Martin van Rongen talks to GARNet

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Published on: April 3, 2019

Martin van Rongen who works with Ottoline Leyser in the Sainsbury Lab Cambridge discusses a recent paper published in PLoS Genetics entitled ‘Connective auxin transport contributes to strigolactone-mediated shoot branching control independent of the transcription factor BRC1‘.

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