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Dr. Gloria Muday Role of flavonoids and ethylene regulation of flavonoid synthesis - by Candace Pritchard (and PLSC689A) Transport of the plant phytohormone auxin is important for many aspects of...
As part of an independent study, 4th year BLA student Hanyang Liu has been working with Dr. Vikki Chanse and the Bronx Green Up Program with the New York Botanical Garden. He's worked with the...
Tobacco mosaic virus-directed reprogramming of auxin/indole acetic acid protein transcriptional responses enhances virus phloem loading For plant viruses a successful infection correlates with the...
"Twenty-seven classes of University of Maryland students spent the past academic year collaborating with Howard County officials to consult on sustainable designs and future projects. As part of the...
The Micallef Lab publishes new research on how the tomato exometabolome impacts Salmonella growth. Han and Micallef, 2016. Appl. Env, Microbiol. 82:10 3131-3142 Cover photograph (Copyright © 2016,...
PALS Project: Lake Kittamaquandi Waterfront (Re)design Competition Congratulations, Chris, Murray, and Renee! O n Monday, May 2, 2016 the Columbia Association awarded FIRST place to BLA Seniors Chris...
The University of Maryland hosted the Climate Action 2016 Forum May 4th, 2016. Dr. David Myers, Director of Landscape Architecture and MLA student, Kathleen Hayes, presented BLA and MLA student work...
Dr. Maile Neel Endangered Species Recovery- Promise vs. Practice by Cody Kepner (and PLSC689A) Many would agree that the Endangered Species Act of 1973 was a monumental achievement in conservation...
Dr. Teun Munnik Phospholipid Signaling in Plant Stress and Development by Kasuni Wattarantenne (and PLSC689A) As plants can’t run away like humans do, they have successfully developed strategies that...
Dr. Jo Anne Crouch, USDA-ARS New Downy Mildew Diseases – by Robert Korir (and PLSC689A) A rapid emergence of downy mildew diseases is having a detrimental impact on many specialty crops in the United...
For the second year in a row, a team of six graduate students from the University of Maryland won the national U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Campus RainWorks Challenge on Friday out of 77...
Congratulations to all the students recognized by MDASLA for their design work! Above: Amina Mohamed, Kathleen Hayes, Stephanie Bartas, Brittney Wood, Nathan Allen, Hanyang Liu, and Kim Jacobs...
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – A University of Maryland team is this year’s winner of the U.S">https://www3.epa.gov/">U.S . Environmental Protection Agency’s fourth annual Campus">https://www.epa.gov/...
We are pleased to announce this on Earth Day. University of Maryland has been awarded First Place in the Demonstration project category. In 2015, seventy-seven student teams from 26 states submitted...
Tucked away in a corner of the Central Maryland Research and Education Center’s Beltsville facility, several dozen small grains varieties are about to be put to the test under harsh disease...
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Sarah Allard, a PhD candidate in Dr. Shirley Micallef's lab, has been awarded a 2016 IAFP Student Travel Scholarship to attend the International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting in St...
This semester, 4th year BLA student Hyung Seok Terry Choi has been working with Dr. Byoung-Suk Kweon on research titled: "Green Hospitals: Sustainable Designs and Its Impact." The abstract for the...
Dr. Shirley Micallef receives funding to conduct research on irrigation water through a USDA Center of Excellence for Sustainable Water Reuse, Food, and Health Finding alternative sources of water...
Dr. Emily Bernhardt 3/10: Coastal plains and their associated wetlands are natural buffer zones between freshwater runoff and saltwater intrusion. After years of agricultural use these landscapes are...

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