News: Honours projects - Agricultural science
Honours project: Participate in a plant breeding project on dissecting the MADS-box interactome during barley ovule and seed development.
Honours project: Rhizopus arrhizus is a fast-growing fungus that spoils our food - it also has a huge biotechnological potential.
Honours project: Participate in a plant breeding project understanding seed development in flowering plants.
Honours project: Help generate a sterile fruit fly strain with a visible marker to facilitate easy tracking of sterile males after release.
Honours project: Assess the role of native plants in the supply of phosphorus to soils.
Honours project: Assist with the strategic future of the Waite Arboretum, a valuable resource for local, national, and international urban planning.
Honours project: Validate a novel biosensor as a potential diagnostic tool for the diagnosis of subclinical mastitis in dairy cows.
Honours project: Uncover the morphological features, genetic diversity and the host- pathogen relationship among bacteria and stone fruits.
Honours project: Study the biology of psyllium, a plant whose seeds are used as a key ingredient in the gluten-free food industry.