Alaina Willet, University of Tennessee Mentor: Elena Shpak
Research of Arabidopsis plant to Find New Components of ERECTA Signaling Pathway through EMS Screen for Mutants
This is a huge honor to be recognized by ASPB. I am looking forward to continuing my research with plants this summer through this wonderful opportunity as well as attending the 2010 conference! I would also like to thank Dr. Elena Shpak for her guidance and encouragement.
Hanwen Bai, Ohio Wesleyan University Mentor: Chris Wolverton
The effects of phosphate availability on root architecture and gravity responsiveness in Arabidopsis
I'm eager to carry out the work in my proposal and I'm very grateful to ASPB for the opportunity to spend the summer in a lab. I look forward to presenting my work in Montreal next summer.
Jacquelyn Harth, The College of New Jersey Mentor: Janet Morrison
Smut fungus infection of the perennial grass Andropogon virginicus
I am thrilled to have been awarded an ASPB SURF for 2009. Already my undergraduate research experience has been extremely rewarding and I cannot wait to continue my research this summer. I would like to thank the ASPB for providing me with the opportunity to continue towards my goal of a career in plant ecology.
Annie Jeong, Barnard College Mentor: Kristen Shepard
Analysis of the Spatial Orientation of Chimeric and Male Floral Organs in Spergularia Marina
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