There are two main routes into the Department of Plant Sciences Graduate Programme dictated by different funding mechanisms: If, after discussion with a potential supervisor, you decide that one of these programmes is right for you, you will need to apply directly to the relevant programme.
Option 1: Applying via a Doctoral Training Programme
Option 2: Applying directly to the Plant Sciences DPhil research programme
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 Shameer, S., Ratcliffe, R.G. and Sweetlove, L.J., (2019). Leaf energy balance requires mitochondrial respiration and export of chloroplast NADPH in the light. Plant Physiol, 180:1947-61
 Shameer, S., Baghalian, K., Cheung, C.Y.M., Ratcliffe, R.G. and Sweetlove, L.J. (2018) Computational analysis of the productivity-potential of CAM. Nature Plants 4: 165-171 doi:10.1038/s41477-018-0112-2
FTE Category A staff submitted: 223.80
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