The 2022 Plant Success Research Retreat will take place in Hobart, Tasmania from Monday 1 May to Wednesday 3 June. The retreat is open to all Centre Members to attend in person but virtual attendance will also be available. Registration details to come.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Plant Success in Nature and Agriculture is proud to bring you the next seminar in our Talking Plant Science series. Bruce Walsh is a population and quantitative geneticist with very diverse interests in plant and animal breeding, evolutionary biology, and statistical methods. He obtained a BS in Mathematical Population Biology from UC Davis, and
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The ARC CoE for Plant Success is proud to sponsor the 2022 National Science Quiz! Hosted by Charlie Pickering from ABC-TV’s The Weekly and joined by some of Australia’s top scientists with our special guest team captains, each team will battle it out for the honour of being this year’s National Science Quiz champions. Join in person at The Edge in Melbourne
Thanks to the $35 million in funding from the Australian Research Council along with further support from partners, the Centre for Plant Success is making discoveries about the adaptive strategies underpinning productivity and resilience in diverse plants. The Centre for Plant Success will deepen knowledge of the genetic and physiological networks driving key traits for safeguarding and sustaining world food
Abstract In March 1961, the refusal of entry of a ‘Sweetheart Roses’ consignment into the United States began a series of interesting controversies concerning the copyright in plastic roses, geraniums, lilacs, and flower corsages. Although the history of these cases remains largely unexplored, this paper shows how significant they were in addressing the unstable distinction between the natural and the
Abstract In the United States through the 1830s, commercial fruit nurseries were few in number, served largely local markets, and, facing little competition, did little in their catalogues to differentiate and brand their products. Beginning in the 1820s, the transportation revolution, the migrations westward, and the creation of relentlessly expanding markets steadily enlarged competition and put a premium on the
In association with the TropAg2022 meeting (https://tropagconference.org/) the ARC Centre of Excellence for Plant Success will host a hybrid (in person and online) workshop on November 3 and 4 in Brisbane, Australia. The workshop will focus on a range of topics related to the study of Genotype by Environment by Management (GxExM) interactions and their importance for crop improvement. The