Abstract TBA


Dr Millicent Smith

School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland

Millicent is a plant physiologist with expertise in legume crops. Typically working at the whole plant or crop level, her research is focused on understanding the above- and below-ground mechanisms that underpin adaptation to abiotic stress and the impacts of changing resource availability on yield and seed nutrient content. Millicent has extensive experience developing and applying novel chemical, isotopic and physiological phenotyping techniques and technologies across scales from lab to field.

 


 

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