skip to primary navigationskip to content

Karyogamy 2013 (Francois Nedelec)

Simulation of karyogamy, the process by which two nuclei (purple) meet to eventually fuse. The movement of the nuclei towards each other is driven by motors walking on the microtubules (white). Copyright Francois Nedelec
Karyogamy 2013 (Francois Nedelec)
Full-size image: 333 KB | View imageView Download imageDownload



Supported by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation

RSS Feed Latest news

New research team joins SLCU

Jun 25, 2019

Dr Sarah Robinson has joined the SLCU research leadership team and will head a new research group focused on investigating the mechanical properties of plants associated with growth.

SLCU researchers discover gene that could help us grow crops faster

Jun 10, 2019

Plant scientists at SLCU and the University of Bordeaux have discovered a gene that they hope can be used to widen a nutrient trafficking bottleneck and potentially increase crop yields.

Enemy at the gates

May 22, 2019

The Schornack team has discovered that increasing the activity of a single gene can increase a plant’s resistance to blight at its first line of defence — the epidermis.

View all news