Breeding 4.0 – Designing New Ways to Feed the Planet
Univeristy of Virgina
Contemporary environments and a legacy of range expansion shape the evolution of plant reproduction
Boyce Thompson Institute
Two genomes are better than one: Aphid resistance in diploid and allotetraploid perennial soybeans
Univeristy of Minnesota
Breeding for Environmental Change: Lessons from Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics
Parasitic plants are masters of communication: The case of mobile RNAs
On the predictability of genomic prediction in plant breeding
Univeristy of Georgia, Post-doctoral student
Physiological and genomic enablers of Crassulacean acid metabolism in the Agavoideae
Univeristy of Georgia, Ph.D. student
Epimutagenesis of Arabidopsis thaliana
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