£6,000 FindAPhD Scholarship | APPLICATIONS CLOSING SOON! £6,000 FindAPhD Scholarship | APPLICATIONS CLOSING SOON!

Plant Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 31 Plant Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Discipline

Discipline

Biological Sciences

Location

Location

All locations

Institution

Institution

All Institutions

PhD Type

PhD Type

All PhD Types

Funding

Funding

I am a UK student


We have 31 Plant Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

PhD saved successfully

Harnessing the power of plant social interactions to breed better rice

Applications are invited for this exciting, fully funded, 42 month PhD studentship at the University of Aberdeen. This project is part of The newly established Anthony & Margaret Johnston. Read more

Black soldier fly in animal nutrition: the key to a circular food system (fully funded PhD project)

Project Description. Please note this project is only open to applicants who qualify for Home (UK) student fees. Background. A growing human population combined with rising living standards across the globe, will no doubt continue to increase the demand for animal-derived products [1]. Read more

Functional analysis of drought tolerance promoting endophytes in the growth zone of maize leaves

Research project . In addition to the growth promoting interactions between the soil microbiome and plants there is growing evidence that areal plant tissues have their own microbiome of endophytes. Read more
Last chance to apply

Understanding radionuclide behaviour at the plant-soil interface to direct bioremediation strategies for contaminated land

This PhD project will use plant biology, microbiology, soil geochemistry, and radiochemistry approaches to investigate the role that plants and associated microorganisms can play in managing and potentially decontaminating radioactive contaminated land, such as by ‘phytoremediation’. Read more

Evaluating plant level eco-evolutionary optimality approaches for the global distribution of life forms

The terrestrial biosphere plays a critical role in regulating water, energy and carbon exchanges between the land surface and the atmosphere, and vegetation is therefore a crucial component of climate models. Read more

Filtering Results