Technique using plant's own DNA could produce crops that are more resistant to drought and disease
Plants produce an outstanding diversity of chemicals to ward off insects and other herbivores intent on consuming them.
For centuries, people have used these plant chemicals to season food, create fragrances, or as healing medicine.
Project will sequence genetic diversity of world’s largest cash crop
Stephan George, who is pursuing three bachelor’s degrees, started doing lab research as soon as he stepped foot on campus and is committed to making a difference for people with disabilities.
Genetics grad student and HHMI Gilliam Fellow Brittany Jenkins is featured in the UGA Graduate School magazine.