Monday, 02 October 2017
The research of CMER PhD students, Simone Strydom and Flavia Tarquinio, feature in the Australasian Society for Phycology and Aquatic Botany (ASPAB) September edition of Phyto bytes newsletter. The newsletter, produced biannually, highlights new research in the field of phycology of macro- and micro-algae and aquatic botany and is an exceptional achievement for both Flavia and Simone. Flavia is studying the ecological role of prokaryotes associated to seagrass leaves and their contribution to the plant’s nutrient requirement. Simone has recently completed her PhD investigating light quality influences on the health of seagrass. Both are part of collaborative research projects with other universities and marine science research organisations.
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