Editors’ Choice April 2015
Septoria leaf blotch disease in wheat Alistair Hetherington, Editor-in-Chief, New Phytologist and Sarah Lennon, Managing Editor,New Phytologist
Selected paper: Functional analysis of a Wheat Homeodomain protein, TaR1, reveals that host chromatin remodelling influences the dynamics of the switch to necrotrophic growth in the phytopathogenic fungus Zymoseptoria tritici.
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Tansley Medal 2014
The New Phytologist Tansley Medal 2014 winner is Dr William Anderegg, from Princeton University, USA.
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Healthy grain fibre helps barley resist pests
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Acknowledgement of reviewers
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