£14,410 per year
he foundation of any terrestrial ecosystem is the plants and soil that other organisms depend upon for food, shelter, and air to breathe. The biological world is currently confronted with rapid changes due to global climate change, increases in invasive species and diseases, and habitat fragmentation and these will all have significant impacts on the health, survival, diversity, and distribution of the biota as we know it. The Graduate Program in Plant Biology and Conservation was developed to train students to address these issues.
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