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Microscopy: Looking below the surface in plants
Rui Wang, Anna A Dobritsa
A new way to culture and image flowers is uncovering the processes that take place in reproductive cells buried deep in plants.
Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Human Biology and Medicine
Organ Development: Tips from the embryonic lung
Avinash Waghray, Jayaraj Rajagopal
A new source of progenitor cells can now be used to study hidden aspects of human lung development and pediatric lung disease.
Organ Size: Connecting physical cues and tissue patterning
Damian Dalle Nogare, Ajay B Chitnis
The Natural History of Model Organisms: Planting molecular functions in an ecological context with
Research in molecular ecology and evolution is increasingly utilizing the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana, placing a spotlight on its natural history.
Development: Cell death machinery makes life more robust
Cristina Aguirre-Chen, Christopher M Hammell
Developmental Neurobiology: Shedding new light on the origins of olfactory neurons
Tanya T Whitfield
Reproducibility in Cancer Biology: Rethinking research into metastasis
The partial success of an attempt to repeat findings in cancer biology highlights the need to improve study designs for preclinical research into metastasis and the targeting of cancer cells.
Philosophy of Biology: Understanding regeneration at different scales
Kate MacCord, Jane Maienschein
To understand how regeneration works across the different scales of living systems, we first need to identify the essential components underlying this process.
Philosophy of Biology: Characterizing causality in cancer
Elena Rondeau et al.
Ideas about causality from philosophy can help scientists to better understand how cancerous tumors grow and spread in the body.
Patterning: Fishing for ancestry
Hannah Brunsdon, E Elizabeth Patton
The same genes and signalling pathways control the formation of skin appendages in both fish and land animals.
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