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List of studentships

Please see below a full list of studentships available in the Department of Plant Sciences. Click on each link for information or use the list of names on the left to see which each group has available. 

Please contact the supervisor for more information about the studentship. For administration details use the 'How to apply' link.

A synthetic biology approach to develop novel immune responses to plant-parasitic nematodes
Annexin-mediated signalling in stress and defence
C4 photosynthesis in a changing climate, virtue or vice?
Channel formation by annexins; plant nanopores?
Conservation outside of protected areas: meta-population dynamics in a biodiversity hotspot
Ecological drivers and consequences of plant evolutionary radiations
Extracellular ATP as a novel regulator of signalling and development
Identification of components of the nitric oxide signalling pathway in Arabidopsis
Leaf mesophyll constraints on global water and carbon cycles
Mathematical Modelling of the Regulation of Circadian Period
NAD and Ca2+ Signalling Mutants that Regulate the Circadian Clock
Nitric oxide regulation of calcium channels and signalling
Ozone resistance in plants
Protecting streams with better forest management practices (Priority project with CASE partner)
Regulation of the Circadian Clock by Sugars
Root hair growth for crop improvement
Shining a light on microbial dark matter: a role for the forgotten B vitamins in marine algal communities?
Spurring evolution: understanding the development and diversity of nectar spurs
Thawing Arctic: productivity and sources of carbon cycling in small lakes
The contribution of horizontal gene transfer to the evolution of plant-parasitism by nematodes
The contribution of plastic circadian period to circadian entrainment and plant performance
The MYB/bHLH/WDR complex and the evolution of cellular diversity in plants
The origins, diversification and trait evolution of oaks (Priority project with CASE partner)
Threatened Tulip Conservation in Central Asia (Priority project with CASE partner)