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Plant Interactions and Response to Their Environment

Plants cannot escape adverse growing conditions, so must adjust to cold, heat, drought, flood and other adverse conditions to survive

Doug P. Aubrey
Doug Aubrey

Assistant Professor, Plant Biology
Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
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Tree ecophysiology, forest biogeochemistry, fire ecology, sustainability of bioenergy production

Anny Chung
Anny Chung

Assistant Professor
Plant Biology, Plant Pathology
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plant-microbe interactions, competition and coexistence, population and community ecology, global change

Brian Kvitko
Brian Kvitko

Associate Professor
Plant Biology, Plant Pathology
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mechanisms of plant immune action against bacteria, molecular phytobacteriology

Zenglu Li
Zenglu Li

Professor
Georgia Seed Development Professorship in Soybean Breeding and Genetics
Institute of Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics
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soybean breeding, genetics and genomics

Cecilia McGregor
Cecilia McGregor

Associate Professor
Institute of Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics
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vegetables, breeding, genetics, genomics, marker-assisted selection, QTL

Melissa Mitchum
Melissa Mitchum

Professor
Institute of Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics; Plant Pathology
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molecular plant-nematode interactions, effectors, peptide signaling, host plant resistance, soybean genetics and genomics

CJ Tsai
Cj Tsai

Winfred N. Haynes Professor and Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar
Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources; Plant Biology; Genetics; Institute of Bioinformatics
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phenylpropanoid metabolism, stress response, wood formation, gene family evolution, gene-metabolite networks

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