Speaker: Ruediger Hell, Deputy Director, Centre for Organismal Studies Heidelberg
The uptake and assimilation of inorganic sulfur by plants contributes to atmospheric nutrient cycles and human nutrition.
Speaker: Rebecca Montgomery, Associate Professor, Department of Forest Resources, College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences, University of Minnesota.
Populations at the warm edge of species ranges may be particularly sensitive to climate change, but lack of empirical data on such responses represents a key gap in understandin
Speaker: Tony Fischer, Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Plant Industry
Closing the yield gap between average and potential yields has been an important source of yield growth in recent decades, and must continue to be if global yield growth is to k
Speaker: Danielle Way Assistant Professor at the University of Western Ontario, Canada, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Duke University, USA
While interest in photosynthetic thermal acclimation has been stimulated by climate warming, comparing results across studies requires using consistent terminology.