Rediscovering natural flowering

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The interaction between a plant’s genes and the environment is reflected in its
phenotype, a dramatic example is the seasonal control of flowering. Changing the
environment from natural settings to artificial controlled conditions affects phenotypic and genetic responses relating to flowering time. Controlled growth parameters can be refined to stimulate more natural behaviour in Arabidopsis to improve our understanding of molecular mechanisms related to season responses in plants
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)750–751
JournalNature Plants
Early online date24 Sept 2018
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2018

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