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      December 12, 2019

      Thursday  10:00 AM

      1 Shields Avenue
      Davis, California 95616

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      Harnessing Plant-Soil-Microbe Interactions for Agricultural Sustainability and Multifunctionality (Meng Li)

      Exit Seminar: Department of Plant Sciences
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      Meng Li is a postdoctoral scholar, working in the Amelie Gaudin lab, Department of Plant Sciences.

      She works on understanding ecosystem services that rhizosphere processes can provide to agricultural systems. In particular, focusing on rhizosphere functioning as affected by management in irrigated tomato. Her goal is to conduct multiscale experimental and quantitative approaches to understand the impact of different aspects of rhizosphere ecology on soil nutrient cycling, rhizosphere microbial activities and their linkages to crop productivity under optimal and stress conditions.

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