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Thank you to all our reviewers in 2016
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Read more about the meeting on the New Phyt blog: From sea to summit – plant colonization of the land.
Editors’ Choice November 2016
Plant senescence by Sarah Lennon, Managing Editor New Phytologist
Selected paper: Introduction to a Virtual Issue on plant senescence
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Snap, digest, respire: scientists show how the Venus flytrap uses its prey’s nitrogen compounds to extract energy
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Read the paper: The carnivorous Venus flytrap uses prey-derived amino acid carbon to fuel respiration
Plants engineered to express a fruit fly gene may help clean up TNT
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Read the paper: Expression of a Drosophila glutathione transferase in Arabidopsis confers the ability to detoxify the environmental pollutant, and explosive, 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene
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March 2017, Vol. 213 No. 4
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|Cover image: A female Euglossa hovering in front of a Dalechampia blossom (note resin on the hind corbiculae). Courtesy of Elena Albertsen. (Opedal et al., pp. 1898-1908).|
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