I am a PhD student at Warwick HRI currently in my four year of study.
My thesis title: Using a Systems Biology Approach to Elucidate Transcriptional Networks Regulating Plant Defence
Supervisor: Dr Katherine Denby
Department: Warwick HRI
The necrotrophic fungal pathogen Botrytis cinerea is a major agricultural concern due to its ability to cause significant damage to numerous economically important crops at both the post- and pre-harvest stages. Arabidopsis thaliana with its fully sequenced genome as well as a host of readily available genetic resources makes it a powerful tool for investigating plant pathogen interactions.
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