Professor and Curator, RLG Mycological Herbarium - School of Plant Sciences 822D Marley / (520) 344-2327 / firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 626-1035 (Lab) We study fungal ecology, evolution, and systematics, with a special focus on fungal endophytes. Ranging from Arctic tundra to tropical forests, our diverse projects are united by an interdisciplinary approach and our passion for organismal biology.
Assistant Professor - School of Plant Sciences 821C Marley / (520) 626-8215 / email@example.com (520) 626-6573 (Lab) The Baltrus lab is interested in understanding microbial evolution with a focus on the mechanisms and costs of adaptation and guided by expectations from genomics and population genetics.
Assistant Professor - School of Plant Sciences Marley 441C / (520) 626-1562 / firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 626-1563 (Lab) The focus of my lab is functional evolution in the plant family Brassicaceae. Currently my group is working to understand how the enzyme telomerase evolved. In addition we are interested in the processes by which long non-coding RNAs emerge and gain...
Professor - School of Plant Sciences Forbes Bld 431 / (520) 621-1402 / email@example.com (520) 621-1230 (Lab) Research focuses on the dynamics of distribution, prevalence, and co-diversification driving emergent hemipteran-vectored pathogen outbreaks in cultivated and natural systems, and functional genomics to probe vector-pathogen specificity determinants.
Adjunct Professor and Research Plant Pathololgist, Agricultural Research Service, USDA Marley 341F / (520) 626-5049 / Peter.Cotty@ARS.USDA.GOV (520) 626-6775 (Lab) Biology and genetics of aflatoxin-producing fungi and the etiology and epidemiology of aflatoxin contamination.
Professor - School of Plant Sciences 219 Keating Building / (520) 626-6634 / firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 621-8539 (Lab) Taking genetic, biochemical, and evolutionary approaches, our research objective is elucidating the molecular mechanisms of scaffolding-mediated and genome-mediate viral morphogenesis using the single-stranded DNA Microviruses.
Professor - School of Plant Sciences Marley 822C / (520) 621-7158 / email@example.com (520) 621-3792 (Lab) We pursue HTP functional genomics strategies in plants. In addition we aim to improve the genetics of switchgrass by identifying plants that are apomictic and self-fertile. We are also screening for variant phenotypes that we will be mapping.
Professor - School of Plant Sciences Keating Building, Room 341 / (520) 621-9153 / firstname.lastname@example.org His research centers around the development of new technologies and methods for the analysis of eukaryotes. Recognized as a pioneer in flow cytometry, his contributions have greatly improved our understanding of cell-specific gene expression.
Professor - School of Plant Sciences Keating 249 / (520) 626-1641 / email@example.com My research program is directed at understanding the systems biology that controls seed composition and biotechnology to create seed traits including low allergen content, animal feed, and as a protein bio-factory.
Professor - School of Plant Sciences CEA 102 / Forbes 209 / (520) 626-8833 / firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Kubota's research contributes to the development of science and technology in the area of controlled environment agriculture (CEA). Her research platform includes all CE systems including greenhouses, growth chambers, and tissue culture.
Extension Weed Specialist - School of Plant Sciences 541B Marley / (520) 621-7613 / email@example.com Evaluation of management tactics for weedy and invasive plant species in Arizona's crops, range and natural landscapes including cultural methods, herbicides, GPS-RTK precision cultivation, optical sensing and computer technology.
Associate Professor - School of Plant Sciences Marley 441G, Herring 105 / (520) 626-0479 / firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. McMahon researches phylogenetic and phylogenomic methods, systematics of the legume family (Fabaceae), and phylogenetic diversity of regional floras. She also directs the UA Herbarium.
Agriculture Agent - School of Plant Sciences 2200 W. 28th St; Yuma AZ 85364 / (928) 503-4956 / email@example.com Kurt's primary Extension appointment is in the area of vegetable production and, in particular, fresh produce safety.
Extension Specialist - School of Plant Sciences Marley 541F / (520) 626-2568x1 / firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 626-2679 (Lab) Extension programs are based on diagnosis of diseases and problem solving research on the etiology and control of pathogens of important economic crops in Arizona.
Extension Agronomist - School of Plant Sciences Marley 541C / (520) 621-1583 / email@example.com (520) 621-7619 (Lab) My research is in the areas of crop production and crop physiology. Specific topics include the effect of climate and weather, fertilizer and irrigation, and genotypes on growth and yield of alfalfa, corn, sorghum, barley, wheat, and perennial...
Associate professor - School of Plant Sciences Marley Building Rm 441E / (520) 626-2229 / firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 621-9567 (Lab) Dr. Palanivelu's lab is identifying the molecular mechanisms that mediate Arabidopsis pollen tube germination, growth, guidance, and reception in the female gametophyte.
Research Professor - School of Plant Sciences Karsten Turfgrass Research Facility & Forbes Bldg., Room 309A / (520) 321-7786 / email@example.com (520) 321-7786 (Lab) Research focused on the adaptation of turfgrass species/genotypes/cultivars to environmental (salinity, drought, & heat) stresses, screening various turfgrasses for stress tolerances in hydroponics culture as well as in the field, and studying...
Professor - School of Plant Sciences Marley 541E / (520) 626-5312 / firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 626-2781 (Lab) Dr. Pryor's research interests include biological and cultural control of disease in field, tree, and vegetable crops, phylogenetic analysis and species concepts in fungi, secondary fungal metabolites, and environmental mycology. Additional...
Associate Professor of Practice - School of Plant Sciences Forbes Bldg., Rm. 317 / (520) 621-1582 / email@example.com (520) 306-1228 (Lab) Dr. Quist's instruction and extension programs focus on landscape horticulture of arid adapted plants and in promoting environmental conservation.
University Distinguished Professor - School of Plant Sciences Forbes 415 / (520) 621-7612 / firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 621-2817 (Lab) Research emphasizes evaluation and enhancement of new and/or underutilized plant germplasm suitable for cultivation in arid environments. Present focus is the evaluation and development of new biofuel feedstocks.
Assistant Professor - School of Plant Sciences Keating 303 / (520) 626-1643 / email@example.com Research focus is on biofortification of crops and the alteration of both lipid and protein composition
Extension Specialist and Professor - School of Plant Sciences Forbes 435 / (520) 621-1060 / firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Schuch's research addresses issues in plant production and landscape management with the goal to provide information on how to produce and maintain healthy, functional plants with minimum inputs.
Director - School of Plant Sciences Marley 441B / (520) 621-9635 / email@example.com (520) 621-8910 (Lab) Our research is focused on understanding how cellular energy transduction is regulated and the molecular evolution of genes that control plant adaptation. These two projects intersect in their importance for plant growth in saline environments.
Associate Dean and Director, Economic Development & Extension and Professor - Soil, Water and Environmental Science Forbes 301 / (520) 621-7145 / firstname.lastname@example.org Pursuing greater efficiency of agronomic inputs into crop production systems of Arizona.
Professor - Entomology Marley 741B / (520) 626-3854 / email@example.com (520) 621-1317 (Lab) My research program centers on the study of mutualistic and antagonistic interactions of insect parasites and pathogens. The primary focus is on the so-called “entomopathogenic nematodes” (a.k.a. EPN) which encompass two families, Steinernematidae...
Professor - Molecular and Cellular Biology LSS 354 / (520) 626-1186 / firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 626-3501 (Lab) Our major goal is to understand the mechanisms used by plants to specify and maintain cell fates, from stem cells to differentiated cell types. We are also interested in manipulating the architecture of crop plants using genetic means.
Bud Antle Endowed Chair Professor - School of Plant Sciences Keating BioResearch Building, Room 253 / (520) 626-9595 / email@example.com (520) 626-9601 (Lab) Our lab is focused on structural and evolutionary genomics of crop plants, and is leading an international effort to generate reference genome sequences for all 24 species of the genus Oryza, which contains the world most important food crop – rice.
Extension Horticulturist - School of Plant Sciences Yuma Agriculture Center / (928) 782-5876 / firstname.lastname@example.org Our lab conducts applied research on citrus, date palms and other tree fruit crops of importance to the desert. southwest. This includes investigations of rootstock and variety evaluation, pollination, fruit thinning, plant nutrition, irrigation,...
Associate Professor - School of Plant Sciences Marley 541A / (520) 621-9869 / email@example.com (520) 621-9916 (Lab) My research aims to understand the intricate interplays between viruses and their plant hosts during infection, mechanisms of plant resistance to viral infections, RNA virus evolution, and viral population genomics.
Professor - School of Plant Sciences Marley 441D / (520) 621-1616 / firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 621-9095 (Lab) We are primarily interested in understanding how seed development is regulated. Our current focus is to decipher the gene-regulatory networks that control endosperm development and function in maize and Arabidopsis.