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Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum Autumn Science Lecture: Fruit development, morphology and evolution driven by a hormonal and genetic pas de deux
Thursday 23 November at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Autumn Science Lecture series invites distinguished academics to deliver lectures on plant sciences and related areas of research. These lectures are online and are free for all to attend.
How do molecular signalling mechanisms evolve to affect plant development? Join Professor Lars Østergaard, the new Sherardian Professor of Botany at the University of Oxford, as he presents his studies on comparative reproductive tissue development in both crops and non-cultivated plant species. Specifically, his lab group aims to unravel mechanisms of hormonal and genetic interactions responsible for morphological and reproductive diversity.
This lecture is online, you will receive joining details after you register here.