Postdoctoral opporunity: Use plant science to help solve a food production crisis
Currently citrus greening disease (huanglongbing; HLB) poses an existential threat to Florida citrus production, and plant biology can contribute to managing this problem. A post-doctoral research postition is available to begin in January 2019 for research in citrus physiology in the Horticultural Sciences department at the University of Florida, located at the Citrus Research and Education Center in Lake Alfred, Florida. The objective of this project is to understand huanglongbing symptom development, especially in response to environmental variables. This work is a collaborative effort combining labs that work in plant physiology, biochemistry, and plant pathology. The selected candidate will manage field experiments regarding effects of shade on photosynthesis and carbohydra
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