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Department of Plant Sciences Graduate Administrator

Research Studentships

B409: Thawing Arctic: productivity and sources of carbon cycling in small lakes (Lead Supervisor: Andrew Tanentzap, Plant Sciences):
B426: Evolution of Plant Breeding Systems: Male Form and Function in Solanaceae Flowers (Lead Supervisor: Beverley Glover, Plant Sciences):
B427: The evolution of cellular diversity in the multicellular green lineage (Lead Supervisor: Beverley Glover, Plant Sciences):
B401: Protecting streams with better forest management practices (Priority project with CASE partner) (Lead Supervisor: Andrew Tanentzap, Plant Sciences):
B422: Leaf mesophyll constraints on global water and carbon cycles (Lead Supervisor: Wanne Kromdijk, Plant Sciences):
B434: Tainted Love? Modelling the epidemiology, ecology and evolutionary consequences of pollinator-transmitted plant disease (Lead Supervisor: Nik Cunniffe, Plant Sciences):
B411: Shining a light on microbial dark matter: a role for the forgotten B vitamins in marine algal communities? (Lead Supervisor: Alison Smith, Plant Sciences):
B407: Conservation outside of protected areas: meta-population dynamics in a biodiversity hotspot (Lead Supervisor: Andrew Tanentzap, Plant Sciences):
C439: Why are rainforests greenest when it's driest? Tropical forest canopy dynamics unveiled by airborne imaging (Lead Supervisor: David Coomes, Plant Sciences):
B404: The origins, diversification and trait evolution of oaks (Priority project with CASE partner) (Lead Supervisor: David Coomes, Plant Sciences):
B421: C4 photosynthesis in a changing climate, virtue or vice? (Lead Supervisor: Wanne Kromdijk, Plant Sciences):
B408: Ecological drivers and consequences of plant evolutionary radiations (Lead Supervisor: Andrew Tanentzap, Plant Sciences):
B405: Threatened Tulip Conservation in Central Asia (Priority project with CASE partner) (Lead Supervisor: Samuel Brockington, Plant Sciences):