NSF Graduate Fellowships

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NSF GRADUATE RESEARCH TRAINEESHIPS IN PLANT BIOLOGY

AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE.

NSF Graduate Research Traineeships are available in the Department of
Botany and Plant Sciences of the University of California, Riverside,
to study the regulation of plant growth and development at the 
cellular, molecular and whole plant level. Participating researchers
include: E.Bray: plant hormones; J. Bailey-Serres: regulation of 
mRNA translation; T. Close: environmental stress; A. Huang: cell
biology; E. Nothnagel: arabinogalactan proteins; and L. Walling:
aminopeptidases and plant development. The program is designed
to promote student diversity in plant biology leading to an 
increased number of Ph.D. students from underrepresented ethnic
groups. Only U.S. citizens or permanent residents are eligible. 
For more information, please contact Dr. Elizabeth Bray,
Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, University of CA,
Riverside, CA 92521; telephone 909-787-4548; fax 909-787-4437;
e-mail bray at ucrac1.ucr.edu.



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