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Durham Centre for Crop Improvement Technology


SEB 2018

Heather Knight and Kerry Franklin (Bristol) are organising a day and a half session at the Society for Experimental Biology’s next annual meeting, to be held in Florence, July 2018

The session is entitled “Plant temperature responses: shaping development and enhancing survival?” This session aims to bring together plant biologists working on all aspects of plant responses to temperature. This will include molecular biologists interested in the mechanisms of gene regulation, stress biologists studying plant adaptation to extreme temperatures and those interested in how plant development is shaped by variations in temperature. We expect the session to stimulate discussion between those working on low and high temperature as well as interactions between scientists working on early signalling events and those looking at longer term adaptive responses. Contributions are welcomed from those modelling the response of plants to temperature change.

More about the conference can be found here