Mark Schoenbeck, PhD
- Associate Professor
- Office: Allwine Hall 114G
- Lab: Allwine Hall 138
Teaching Fieldsplant physiology, molecular, and cellular biology, molecular plant-microbe interactions and plant stress physiology, molecular methods and research strategies, plant biology and the history of agriculture, undergraduate research experience, writing in biology, general biology
Research InterestsPhysiology and metabolism of parasitic and carnivorous plants, especially Cuscuta pentagona (dodder) and Dionaea muscipula (Venus flytrap); carbon and nitrogen metabolism, RNA metabolism, and plant growth and development.
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