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Grad. Student Res. Asst.

Vance Baird Vance_Baird at quickmail.clemson.edu
Wed May 28 10:19:44 EST 1997

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  OFFICE MEMO          Grad. Student Res. Asst.               Date:5/28/97

    A research assistantship is available to work in a program studying gene
expression in Sunflower exposed to conditions of water deficit or high
salinity.  The project is supported by US-AID.  The primary objective is to
identify gene sequences, expressed in roots or stems of sunflower, that are
up-regulated or down-regulated in response to these abiotic stresses.
Familiarity with methods such as Southern and Northern hybridization, cDNA
library construction and/or differential display RT-PCR is advantageous.  The
assistantship is available to either MS or PhD candidates.  The stipend is
$12,000 per year and includes a tuition reduction.  Send responses or requests
for more information to me at the address/numbers below.  Please share this
information with those who may have an interest.  Thank you.

Vance Baird
vbaird at clemson.edu

Horticulture Department
Box 340375
Poole Ag Center
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634-0375

FAX    864-656-4960
Phone 864-656-4953

PS   Interested students can also check-out Clemson University's home page
(http://www.clemson.edu/) for more information about the Horticulture
Department, as well as the Graduate School's regulations and admissions

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