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Editorial
, 12 (6), e1001880
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New Horizons for Plant Translational Research

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New Horizons for Plant Translational Research

Jane Alfred et al. PLoS Biol.

Abstract

In this issue, we launch a new article collection "The Promise of Plant Translational Research," featuring articles from leading plant researchers and call for additional plant translational research to be submitted to PLOS Biology for inclusion in this collection. We also discuss in this Editorial why this field has a vital role to play in meeting the challenges of sustainably feeding a growing world population.

Conflict of interest statement

Jeffery L. Dangl is an HHMI-Moore Foundation Plant Science Investigator and is supported by those organizations.

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