Scientist recognised for plant architecture biology

15 June 2017

Dr Kimberley Snowden, Science Team Leader in the New Cultivar Innovatio Portfolio, has been awarded this year’s Roger Slack Award in recognition of her research into plant branching.

Dr Snowden’s research focuses on how plant architecture is influenced by the environment and the plant branching hormone strigolactone.

The Roger Slack Award is presented annually by the New Zealand Society of Plant Biologists in recognition of outstanding contribution to the study of plant biology.

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