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Ching-Ting Huang

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Doctoral Student

Sorghum is a promising bioenergy crop due to its ability to produce high yield in low fertility land. In a less favorable environment, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) can promote sorghum yield by colonizing sorghum roots and increasing its ability to obtain nutrients. My research will perform a genome-wide scanning to identify genes controlling the symbiosis of sorghum and AMF. This finding can be applied to improve sorghum yield and secure bioenergy production.

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M.S. Agronomy, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

B.S.  Agronomy, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

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Professor in Grass and Comparative Genomics

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