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JCUBES Presents Cindy Li: Auxin Regulation and Signaling in Arabidopsis thaliana

JCUBES will present Cindy Li this coming week on Thursday, October 22nd at 6:30 pm in Life Sciences 310! Xuan Cindy Li will present the exciting findings from Dr. 96 more words

Bi-Weekly Speakers And Topics

Phytohormones and the effects of their interactions on stomata

Hormone interactions in stomatal function

by Biswa R. Acharya, Sarah M. Assmann (2009)

in Plant Molecular Biology

March 2009, Volume 69, Issue 4, pp 451-462… 104 more words


JCUBES Presents Cindy Li: Auxin Regulation and Signaling in Arabidopsis thaliana

Come to JCUBES’ last meeting of the summer this Tuesday, July 28th at 5:30 pm in Restock 322! Note the change from our usual Wednesday meeting this week.  106 more words

Bi-Weekly Speakers And Topics

A day of connecting. Of pushing comfort zones. #plantbiology15 day 1.

I went for a run this morning at 6:15am. It is now 20 past midnight. In between was day one of Plant Biology.

And yes, I was there the whole day, or interacting with people at the conference that whole time. 813 more words

Basic Science

Light and auxin signals regulate stomatal development

Photo credit: The Node

Auxin keeps stomata in the dark

Posted by Seema Grewal

The development of stomata – the epidermal pores on plant leaves that regulate gas exchange – is tightly regulated by various environmental factors. 137 more words


Plant Tropisms: A* understanding for iGCSE Biology 2.80 2.81 2.82

Plant Sensitivity

Sensitivity is a characteristic of all living organisms.  It means the ability to detect and response to changes in the environment. When most students think of sensitivity they immediately think of receptors and the nervous system of mammals.   699 more words

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Plant Tropisms - I can't make myself do it..... 2.80 2.81 2,82

Is there a single topic more likely to strike fear into the heart of a GCSE Biology student?  Everyone hates plant tropisms – students because it seems dull, and teachers because it seems like 19th century science and none of us can see for one second why it should appear in 21st century specifications…..   33 more words

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