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Celebrating the Plant Cell's 30th Anniversary at Plant Biology 2019

This page is a collection of news, information and events about the Plant Cell's 30th anniversary, or #ThePlantCELLebration30! Join us in a scavenger hunt! There are 15 posters with cover images hanging at the convention center. To participate in our scavenger hunt, visit each of the posters. There…

Reflections on Plant Cell Classics

In 2019, we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Plant Cell. In recognition of this milestone, we have solicted a series of reflections by members of the editorial board and others. We asked them to write about one or more memorable and exciting articles published in The Plant Cell, and how it…

Scientists reveal a new mechanism of epigenetic regulation of plant leaf senescence

Article source: Plant Research Institute Published: 2019-02-03. Translated from the original. Leaf senescence is subject to severe regulation processes and is the final stage of leaf development. When leaves senescence, chlorophyll, nucleic acids, lipids, proteins, and other high-molecular substances…

Differential expression of plant cell nuclear and plastid genes triggers a new mechanism of plant immune response

Source: Molecular Plant Science Excellence Innovation Center / Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology Release time: 2019-01-21 Translated from the original. On January 4th, the international academic journal The Plant Cell published a paper from the research group of the Institute of Plant and…

EDITORIAL The Plant Cell celebrates 30 years of publishing the best work in plant biology

By Sabeeha S. Merchant, Nancy A. Eckardt and Nancy Winchester As Bob Goldberg, founding editor, noted upon the 20th anniversary of The Plant Cell in 2009 (Vol. 21, pp. 3–12), 1989 was a year of major change: not just for the world (“the Iron Curtain came down, the Berlin Wall crumbled, the…

Progress in the study of interaction between cotton and Verticillium dahliae

Press release - translated from the original Article source: Microbiology Research Institute Published: 2019-01-23 Cotton Verticillium wilt is a soil-transmitted vascular bundle disease caused by Verticillium dahliae, which is the primary disease that restricts cotton production in China. It is…

The mechanism by which MYC2 regulates the termination of jasmonic acid signaling

Source: Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology Published: 2019-01-11. Translated from the original. As an important plant hormone, jasmonic acid regulates plant defense responses and adaptive growth. When the plant is exposed to pests or other stresses, the active jasmonic…

Mechanism of rice blast fungus recognition revealed

Rice is an important food crop in China, but the damage of rice blast fungus is an important factor affecting the high and stable yield of rice. Liu Jun's research group of the Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences found in the previous study that when rice blast fungus infects rice,…