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An article recently published in The Plant Cell shows that differences in phytocrome A photoreceptors determine the plant strategy to the proximity of other plants.
Primary school students will be able to do research in plant biology thanks to the "Mutant plants" workshop offered by CRAG during the Science Week
An international study with the collaboration of the research group led by Jordi Garcia-Mas explains how the melon domestication changed its fruit characteristics. This research provides new tools for melon breeding.
The study, published in Nature Plants, has been carried out by an international research team including CRAG researcher Laura R. Botigué.
The movement of the transposons could lie at the origin of the differences between the fruit of both species or the flavour of the almond
The technology, jointly developed by CRAG and ICMAB-CSIC researchers, is currently being tested by the company Forestal Catalana