1 Dept. of Integrative Biology, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, 94707.
Stems of land plants provide mechanical support and long-distance transport of water and carbohydrates. Although it has long been recognized that plant stems can also store water, it remains…
Fundación Instituto Leloir, IIBBA-CONICET
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Plantae is the global community and knowledge hub for plant scientists. It is a foundation created for the sole purpose of bringing together the plant science community in one place, so that we can have a strong collective presence and voice. Plantae has several hubs: an online community, a resource/learning hub, and a job board. Here you will find the tools you need to grow your career, connect and collaborate with others, and learn new things.
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Plantae is for everyone in the plant science community regardless of location or career phase, from plant science students to educators and researchers to authors, editors, and professionals.
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Plantae was developed to address the need for a community and knowledge foundation for the global plant science community, based on input and ideas from members of the community. It is a crowdsourced initiative by ASPB in collaboration with the Global Plant Council and represents our ongoing commitment to the plant science community.
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