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Interdisciplinary Programs

Plant Breeding and Genetics

The Plant Breeding and Genetics Program is an Interdepartmental Graduate Program with the departments of Botany and Plant Pathology, Crop and Soil Sciences, Forestry, and Horticulture participating. The unique feature of the PBG Program is the interdisciplinary manner in which graduate students carry out their educational curriculum, teaching assistance, and research experiences with faculty and fellow students. Most students will be associated with faculty programs that integrate breeding-selection, cellular and molecular techniques in designing plants for future agro-ecosystems.

Last Modified: 1/20/2009

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