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Sylvia Busoms

Post-doc Future Food Beacon,

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Research Summary

The genomic basis of naturally evolved saline tolerance in novel Brassicaceae systems. University of Nottingham. Future Foods Beacon Fellowship.

Past Research

(2018) The genomic basis of naturally evolved saline tolerance in novel Brassicaceae systems. John Innes Centre, Norwich

(2017) A role in natural adaptation to low calcium serpentine soils by Two Pore Channel (TPC1). John Innes Centre, Institute Strategy Funding

(2015) The genetic basis of natural ionomic variation. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona & University of Aberdeen & Dartmouth College.

(2012) Physiological traits of natural variation between coastal and inland populations of Arabidopsis thalianafrom Catalonia. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

(2010) Study of the eccentricity and the ellipticity of two Populus x euramericanaclones at Cinca Valley (Spain). Universitat de Lleida

(2009) Production of quality wood in poplar and walnut plantations of Catalonia and Aragón (Spain). Universitat de Lleida

(2007) Physiological changes in Pinus sylvestris L.specimens affected by processes of decay in the Teruel System Iberian (Spain). Universitat de Lleida

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