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the lab and pounding!

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on who we are and what we do

Main objective of our lab is to investigate how plant hormone crosstalk provides plasticity to plant growth and development, and how plant hormones help to integrate and translate external cues into appropriate responses. To reach this goal we apply molecular, genetic, bioinformatics, as well as advanced transcriptomics and metabolomics approaches in order to obtain a comprehensive and elaborate picture of those interactions in selected developmental processes.

Students interested in our work and joining our team are highly welcomed. For further information, please visit our website and get into contact with us.

New paper out. Great work by Xiangxiang Meng and collaborators Lu Li, Jesus Pascual, @MoonaRahikainen, @yi_changyu, @RicardaJost, @FrankHe19, @adaptiveevolut1, Justin Borevitz, @SaijaliisaK, @Whelanlab
Also thanks to the reviewers and editor !
https://academic.oup.com/plphys/advance-article/doi/10.1093/plphys/kiac011/6511449#.YeiRCdgeUPo.twitter

Waiting for the RNAseq data to download...
Anyway, starting with a fresh set of sequencing data is a great way to start the new year 🏴‍☠️

@CBGP_Madrid

check out our Viewpoint ‘May the dark be with roots: A perspective on how root illumination may bias in vitro research on plant–environment interactions’ is now available online as an accepted article (you can now cite your article using http://doi.org/10.1111/nph.17936

B R I N G I T O N 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣2️⃣
After two years of social distancing and taking maximum care, we caught COVID between the years and our complete family went into cuarentine. The start into 2022 completely sucked, so the rest can just be better.
Have a good one, and go for it 🏴‍☠️

I hope that this was not a bad call... Will ride the MTB Marathon in Monegros 🚴💨 So curious to see the only "desert" in Europe

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