The latest in the FLMNH Science Stories series features Pam and Doug talking about plant secondary chemicals used for defense. Ketchup or mustard?
Check out Emily Mavrakis’ story: On the defense: Harmful plants have evolved to protect themselves from predators
Diversity of ABC transporter genes across the plant kingdom and their potential utility in biotechnologyAugust 25th, 2016
Soltis, P. S., and D. E. Soltis. 2016. Ancient WGD events as drivers of key innovations in angiosperms. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 30:159–165. [View on publisher’s site]
Chanderbali, A. S., B. A. Berger, D. G. Howarth, P. S. Soltis, and D. E. Soltis. 2016. Evolving Ideas on the Origin and Evolution of Flowers: New Perspectives in the Genomic Era. Genetics 202:1255–1265. [View on publishers site]
The University of Florida and the Soltis Lab were well represented at the Botany 2016 Conference this week!
Check out the podcast: http://www.indefenseofplants.com/podcast/2016/6/19/ep-61-building-the-angiosperm-tree-of-life
A New Resource for the Development of SSR Markers: Millions of Loci from a Thousand Plant TranscriptomesJune 17th, 2016
Hodel, R. G. J., M. A. Gitzendanner, C. C. Germain-Aubrey, X. Liu, A. A. Crowl, M. Sun, J. B. Landis, M. C. Segovia-Salcedo, N. A. Douglas, S. Chen, D. E. Soltis, and P. S. Soltis. 2016. A New Resource for the Development of SSR Markers: Millions of Loci from a Thousand Plant Transcriptomes. Applications in Plant Sciences 1600024. [View on publisher’s site]