The Robert H Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment
Yeast Cell Biology and Biotechnology.
Environmental economics, health economics, and economic demography.
Proteolysis in Chloroplasts.
Mechanisms underlying plasticity of plant development and patterning, leaf, flower and fruit development.
Game theory and its applications.
Plant cell wall structure and function; Hygroscopic movement for seed dispersal; Silica in plants.
Molecular regulation of plant response to drought and salinity, Forestry biotechnology, Plant tissue culture and propagation, Plant gene-culture coevolution and niche construction.
Bacterial foodborne infections epidemiology and evolution
Application of genetic engineering to plant breeding and physiology.
Metabolism and lactation biology.
Small animal internal medicine.
Adaptive decision-making, risk-taking and risk perception.
Meristem development and the mechanism of regeneration, mainly from the chromatin perspective.
Plant breeding, preservation of the genetic resources, manpower-training in developing countries.