Applicants should already have or be expected to obtain a First or upper Second Class degree in a relevant discipline.This studentship is part funded by the Royal Horticultural Society and Royal Holloway. It also has financial support from a leading compost supplier and a microbial supplier, giving a 3.5 year project.
Schroeder, V., Gange, A.C. & Stead, A.D. (2012). Underground networking – the potential for improving yield and quality of pot-grown herbs with mycorrhizas. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 92, 203-206
Gadhave, K.R., Hourston, J.E. & Gange, A.C. (2016). Developing soil microbial inoculants for pest management: Can one have too much of a good thing? Journal of Chemical Ecology 42, 348-356
Gange, A.C., Eschen, R. & Schroeder, V. (2012). The soil microbial community and plant foliar defences against insects. In: The Ecology of Plant Secondary Metabolites: From Genes to Global Processes. Ed by G.R. Iason, M. Dicke & S.E. Hartley, pp. 170-188, Cambridge University Press. (Available from [email protected])
FTE Category A staff submitted: 24.00
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