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(Phys.org) Building a bridge from basic botany to applied agriculture
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(phys.org)-building-a-bridge-from-basic-botany-to-applied-agriculture
Plant scientists, including Danforth Center's Toby Kellogg, Ph.D., showcase basic plant research that provides building blocks for one of today's biggest challenges: Feeding the world in a changing climate.
applied agriculture. A special issue of the American Journal of Botany—co-edited by Allison Miller, they evolve, the genes underlying adaptive variation, and many other topics," says Miller, "the better, of such stresses, we can figure out how to keep crops producing amidst global changes." Miller points out, of different selection pressures." Miller and colleagues hope to inspire botanists to reexamine their work
$4.6 Million NSF Grant Will Help Missouri-Led Team Study Grafting as a Way to Adapt Crops to Climate Change
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/dan-chitwood/lab-news/4.6-million-nsf-grant-will-help-missouri-led-team-study-grafting-as-a-way-to-adapt-crops-to-climate-change
Missouri collaboration focuses on understanding how root systems of grapevines affect the vine’s stems, leaves and fruits.
, Allison Miller, Ph.D. Miller, an evolutionary biologist specializing in perennial plant evolution and its applications to sustainable agriculture. Miller will be joined on the project by co, is currently funded through 2021. Allison Miller (right, Saint Louis University Department of Biology, primarily from species found in Missouri and other parts of North America,” Miller said. “These local
2016
https://www.danforthcenter.org/education-outreach/research-internships/prior-programs/2016
/MS Allison Huskey Missouri Baptist University, Plant Physiological Traits Michael Miller University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Kari Miller Truman State University Lab: Dr. Chris Topp Lab
Roots & Shoots Blog
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog
The Miller Lab’s Journey to the Danforth Center Wednesday, October 04, 2017Guest blogger, Allison Miller, Ph.D. SLU Department of Biology navigates a new lab space during
The Miller Lab’s Journey to the Danforth Center
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/the-miller-lab-s-journey-to-the-danforth-center
Guest blogger, Allison Miller, Ph.D.  SLU Department of Biology navigates a new lab space during a challenging time.
The Miller Lab’s Journey to the Danforth Center, Roots & Shoots’ October Guest Blogger: Allison Miller, Ph.D. Saint Louis University Department of Biology, focused on current and emerging perennial crops and wild relatives.. I have been collaborating with Danforth Plant Science Center scientists for many years, but the events that led to my current re-location to the Danforth Center can, . Miller's lab and Danforth Center's labs will generate and I am incredibly grateful
Botanical Gardens Uniquely Positioned to Meet Need for Food and Agricultural Education
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/elizabeth-kellogg/lab-news/botanical-gardens-uniquely-positioned-to-meet-need-for-food-and-agricultural-education
“Botanical gardens are uniquely placed to present and educate the public about all the plant sciences, not just diversity and conservation, but also all the many disparate kinds of research related to plant breeding and crop production,” Elizabeth Kellogg, member of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.
Allison Miller, Associate Professor at Saint Louis University and Research Associate at the Missouri
Danforth Scientific Retreat
https://www.danforthcenter.org/education-outreach/research-internships/current-program/workshops-training/danforth-scientific-retreat
Travel from Lodge to Hillcrest 7:30-8:30 PM Plenary speaker Allison J Miller (Hillcrest