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Biography

Plant Physiology & Genetics Research Unit

USDA-ARS, Arid-Land Agricultural Research Center

   

Michael E. Salvucci

Research Plant Physiologist

Arid-Land Agricultural Research Center

21881 North Cardon Lane

Maricopa, Arizona, USA 85239

520-316-6355

520-316-6330 (FAX)

 

Mike.Salvucci@ars.usda.gov 

 

Education:
B.S. Biology, Pennsylvania State University 1978
M.S. Botany, University of Florida 1980
Ph.D. Botany (Biochemistry), University of Florida 1983
Postdoctoral, University of Illinois, 1983-1985

Research Interests:
My areas of interest include, photosynthesis and carbohydrate metabolism, particularly the regulation of these processes in plants at the biochemical and molecular levels. My current research focuses on understanding how temperature and other abiotic stresses decrease photosynthetic performance in arid environments. I am also interested in the biochemical mechanisms of thermotolerance in homopteran insects and the regulatory and nutritional aspects of carbohydrate metabolism in these organisms.

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