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plant physiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 13 plant physiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Self-funded PhD- Re-engineering Golgi dynamics in plants – investigating the role of myosin receptors

The growing global population requires the development of novel strategies to sustainably increase food production. Organelle movement is dynamic and linked to changes in cell size, plant biomass and in response to factors which affect food production such as pathogens (Perico and Sparkes, New Phytol. Read more

Self-funded MSc R- Re-engineering Golgi dynamics in plants – investigating the role of myosin receptors

The growing global population requires the development of novel strategies to sustainably increase food production. Organelle movement is dynamic and linked to changes in cell size, plant biomass and in response to factors which affect food production such as pathogens (Perico and Sparkes, New Phytol. Read more

Plant adaptation to low oxygen conditions

In plants, cells are exposed to varying oxygen (O. 2. ) concentrations due to changes in environmental availability, metabolic activity, and organ anatomy (Weits et al., 20201; Loreti and Perata, 20202). Read more

Faculty of Science, Masaryk University

Embark on an enriching academic journey with our esteemed doctoral degree programs in various scientific fields. Read more

Sciences Research Opportunities at the University of East Anglia

UEA is a top tier, research-led university committed to making a substantial impact on global challenges facing society for over 50 years. Read more

MSc by Research: Signaling pathways controlling epidermal development in cereals

Plants living on land face brutal threats from pests, dehydration and temperature. To survive and thrive, land plants evolved a waxy ‘cuticle’ and distinctive epidermal cells such as gas pores and defensive barbs. Read more
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