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EASTBIO The molecular structure and function of the synaptonemal complex in crop meiosis

  Research Group: Institute of Cell Biology
In meiosis, haploid germ cells are formed through the segregation of homologous chromosomes following their genetic exchange by crossing over. Read more
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EASTBIO - Crop variety and microbiome differential response to previous crop legacy

Varieties of wheat, barley and oats can all show differential response to previous crops in their subsequent yield. This is likely to be mediated through and reflected in their root microbiome. Read more

Dissecting the growth patterns that shape plant diversity

Plants exhibit a remarkable diversity of organ shapes which reflect their vital functions and adaptations. The carpel, which is the source of all fruit and seed, has a closed 3D shape so that it protects the ovules and facilitates their fertilization during flowering plant reproduction. Read more

Roslin Foundation Studentship - A breeding programme simulation software for the aquaculture sector

This project will be an exciting collaboration between The Roslin Institute, the Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Systems, and Hendrix Genetics, a world-leading multi-species breeding company with extensive experience in aquaculture, animal breeding technologies, and genetics. Read more
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EASTBIO How do soil and root microbiomes influence the growth and development of spelt (Triticum spelta), an ancient wheat?

  Research Group: Institute of Ecology & Evolution
Breeding of elite wheat varieties has led to a significant increase in yields at the farm and global scale, yet those yield gains are beginning to plateau, and in some regions decline. Read more

BBSRC White Rose DTP Studentship - Beyond the boundaries of plant sex: the role of the cell wall in fertilisation

During fertilisation in plants, key cells undergo remarkable changes which must involve changes in the cell wall; upon pollen tube arrival at the ovule, one of the synergid cells degenerates while the other fuses with the central cell, and subsequently the pollen tube bursts to release the sperm cells for fusion with the egg cell. Read more

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