Dr Marjorie LundgrenLeverhulme Fellowship
Marjorie applies plant ecophysiology and phylogeographic methods to understand how diverse photosynthetic systems evolve. She is particularly interested in C3-C4 intermediate phenotypes and C2 photosynthesis. She is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow and Lecturer in Environmental Physiology within the Plant & Crop Science group in the Lancaster Environment Centre and is a member of the Photosynthesis Team at LEC. She earned her PhD in 2015 from the University of Sheffield and gained post-doctorate experience from the University of Sheffield, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.
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Mesophyll porosity is modulated by the presence of functional stomata
Lundgren, M., Mathers, A., Baillie, A.L., Dunn, J., Wilson, M., Hunt, L., Pajor, R., Fradera-Soler, M., Rolfe, S., Osborne, C.P., Sturrock, C.J., Gray, J.E., Mooney, S.J., Fleming, A.J. 27/06/2019 In: Nature Communications. 10, 10 p.
C4 anatomy can evolve via a single developmental change
Lundgren, M.R., Dunning, L.T., Olofsson, J.K., Moreno-Villena, J.J., Bouvier, J.W., Sage, T., Khoshravesh, R., Sultmanis, S., Stata, M., Ripley, B.S., Vorontsova, M.S., Besnard, G., Adams, C., Cuff, N., Mapaura, A., Bianconi, M., Long, C.M., Christin, P., Osborne, C.P. 1/02/2019 In: Ecology Letters. 22, 2, p. 302-312. 11 p.
What are the productivity advantages of C2 photosynthesis?
01/01/2019 → 31/12/2020
Assessing the Potential for C2 Photosynthesis to Boost Crop Productivity
01/10/2018 → 30/09/2021
Increasing Wheat Yield and Quality
01/01/1900 → …
- Plant and Crop Science