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Christopher Whitewoodsjoined in Aug 14, 2020
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at John Innes Centre, Norwich, Norfolk, UK.
Whitewoods has 1 break published.
Carnivorous plants help uncover universal rules of plant development
Look out your window, and you might see the broad leaves of a mulberry tree or thin needles of a pine. Perhaps you have an orchid on your windowsill and have noticed the extravagant curves of its petals. All these shapes emerge from the same... click to read more
- Beatriz Gonçalves | Postdoctoral Research Fellow at John Innes Centre, Norwich, Norfolk, UK
- Christopher Whitewoods | Postdoctoral Research Fellow at John Innes Centre, Norwich, Norfolk, UK
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published on Aug 14, 2020
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