My work on why plants show sex lability is in the news! Read it here
It seems that I will be taking part in the Soapbox Science event held in Lincoln next year! Exciting times ahead!
Not one but two papers accepted this month so far!
Elzinga JA & Varga S (2016) Prolonged stigma and flower lifespan in females of the gynodioecious plant Geranium sylvaticum.
Varga S & Kytöviita M-M (2016) Light availability affects sex lability in a gynodioecious plant. American Journal of Botany.
I am guest editing a special issue on Sexual dimorphism in response to stress for Environmental and Experimental Botany, together with Prof Retuerto and Dr Sánchez-Vilas. The aim is to expand our knowledge about sex-specific responses to environmental stress. Contributions are welcome!!
Read more about it here
I am going to be at the EU corner participating in the Light Night events on Friday 30th, come and see the type of research EU is supporting in Lincoln!