mjgh at mbfs.bio.cam.ac.uk (Martin Hughes (Bioc)) writes:
regarding what are the top objectives in plant biology:
>Whatever research I am currently engaged upon, I think :-)
*laugh* Funny, I feel the same way about my research.
>Seriously though - I would put the mechanism of floral induction
>right up there.
Care to list a few reasons why this might be true? Not that I am disagreeing
with you, just that I am curious as to why you think this is so. Will solving
this just be something scientists appreciate or will the result demonstrably
make the world a better place? I started this thread because the benefits
of plant research can _sometimes_ be more intangible than say working on