Molecular basis of actinorhizal root nodule development.
Candidate should have demonstrated experience with genomic
and cDNA library construction, PCR, and nucleic acid
hybridization techniques. Flow cytometry experience helpful.
An interest in plant and/or symbiotic development is valued.
Ph.D. required. 2 years. To start July - August, 1998.
Salary commensurate with experience, all levels are encouraged
to apply. Interviews will begin in early June. Please send C.V.
and brief description of research interests, with names and
addresses of two references to: amberry at ucdavis.edu.
Or call Alison M. Berry, Dept. of Env. Horticulture,
Univ. of California, Davis, CA 95616; tele 530-752-7683;
Alison M. Berry
Dept. of Env. Horticulture
University of California
Davis, CA 95616
email: amberry at ucdavis.edu