Three new articles published in Genome Biology explain the various epigenetic dynamics occurring in the earliest stages of plant development.
Latest posts by Dominique Morneau (see all)
- Exploring the epigenetic dynamics of early plant development - 25th September 2017
- Fascinating Plant Epigenomes - 18th May 2017
- Hold your (sea)horses – here’s the pipefish genome - 20th December 2016
In celebration of the fourth international Fascination of Plants Day, Dominique Morneau from Genome Biology delves into the complex world of plant epigenomics.
The Syngnathid family of fishes, including the sea horse, sea dragon, and pipefish, is known for its unique body plan and male brooding behavior. Here, Genome… Read more »
As 2016 draws to a close, Dominique Morneau of Genome Biology highlights some of the editors’ favorite articles from the past year, including those that were… Read more »
Recently published in Genome Biology, the genome and gene expression profile of the grass Dichanthelium oligosanthes will facilitate studies of the evolution of… Read more »
Plants have complex sex lives, just like humans. And just like us, their sex lives involve a lot of communication and testing for mutual compatibility. Since… Read more »
Fascination of Plants Day is celebrated on 18 May. The goal of this day, established in 2012, is to get people around the world excited about plants and… Read more »
Today, Genome Biology published research investigating how the estrous cycle of female rats influences gene expression. Here we asked co-author of the work to… Read more »
The updated wheat genome sequence, released today, is a new step toward generating improved wheat varieties. Here, Genome Biology's Dominique Morneau outlines… Read more »
Since it began, Genome Biology has committed to publishing high-impact, high-quality research. Here Dominique talks more about the journal's contribution to… Read more »