JCB: Markus Grebe: Bringing plant polarity to light
[2012-08-16] Marcus Grebe grew up in a small town in a low mountain range in West Germany. By the age of 16, he was pretty sure that he wanted to do something with either forestry or biology. Ultimately, he decided he'd prefer to focus on inquiring about nature, rather than maintaining or managing it. That set him on the way to becoming a biologist. Marcus Grebe, researcher at Umeå Plant Science Centre, studies the establishment and maintenance of cell and tissue polarity in plants and is portrait in the Journal of Cell Biology.
Editor: Ingrid Söderbergh
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