For the first half, Tegan is pretty much eating ice cream and Joram is talking about plant science to himself – and to you people out there. So be kind and support Joram in his struggle and listen to his tales. You might also have ice cream to go with it.
Joram’s paper: Sun, Y., Wollman, A. J. M., Huang, F., Leake, M. C., & Liu, L.-N. (2019). Single-Organelle Quantification Reveals Stoichiometric and Structural Variability of Carboxysomes Dependent on the Environment. The Plant Cell, 31(7), 1648 LP – 1664.
Tegan’s favourite plant is the hog peanut.
Support biodiversity hotspots over at conservation.org.
Make sure to cook your beans properly!
Off-target effects in CRISPR analysed by a meta study – turns out there aren’t many.
Crops in tight spots – a cool book about gardening on balconies and so on.
The untold story of antimicrobial peptides engineered into trees.
Our opening and closing music is Caravana by Phillip Gross
Until next time!