Madeline Carins Murphy

 

Post Doctoral Research Fellow

madeline.carinsmurphy@utas.edu.au

I think that the developmental coordination of leaf water conducting tissue (xylem) and microscopic valves in the leaf surface that control water loss (stomata) seen in flowering plants is remarkable, and hope to understand more about the evolution of this condition and the mechanisms controlling it. I am also pretty keen on trying to understand when and how drought stress impacts plant function.

 

 

 

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