Entries by Suzanne Cholwek

Recognizing Plant Physiology first authors: Bjorn Andersson

Bjorn Andersson, first author of The Fluctuating Cell-Specific Light Environment and its Impacts on the Physiology of Synechocystis Current Position: Ph.D. candidate at University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden Education: Bachelors of Science in Marine Sciences from University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden (2012); Master of Science in Botany from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, United States […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology first authors: Bara Altartouri

Bara Altartouri , first author of Pectin chemistry and cellulose crystallinity govern pavement cell morphogenesis in a multi-step mechanism Current Position: PhD candidate at the University of Montreal, Canada Education: Master’s degree in horticultural genetics and biotechnology, MAICh institute, Greece Non-Scientific Interests: travelling, cooking, and soccer Brief Bio: During my undergraduate studies in the department of Biology […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology first authors: Kevin Begcy

Kevin Begcy, first author of Male Sterility in Maize after Transient Heat Stress during the Tetrad Stage of Pollen Development Current position: Assistant Professor, University of Florida Education: Ph.D. in Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Non-scientific interest: Sports, travel Brief bio: I am interested in understanding plant adaptation to abiotic and biotic stresses in cereals. The […]

Effective mentoring workshop at PB19

Poignant reminder that this #PlantBio19 is the first @ASPB meeting in 6 decades that doesn't benefit from the presence of Winslow Briggs. We are hearing about the many ways he supported plant sience and scientists. pic.twitter.com/GAXQNhqwrs — mary williams (@PlantTeaching) August 5, 2019 #PlantBio19 In honor of Winslow Briggs' outstanding mentorship of generations of plant […]

First timers at PB19

It was so great to meet you ❤️ and I have to say, I 💕 your #ThePlantCellebration30 shirt 🌱 🎉 https://t.co/3Jp4dG4Dgb — Jennifer Regala (@JRegala_ASPB) August 8, 2019 Welcome first timers to the @ASPBPlantBioMtg #PlantBio19 pic.twitter.com/HWvVJr8FAV — Dr. Jen Robi 🌱🖖 (@OshnGirl) August 3, 2019 Made it to San Jose for my first ever @ASPB […]

Posters at PB19

If you still have questions for @erinbaggs_ – her poster number is 1000-69! I am so proud of her work and fantastic presentation at @ASPB #PlantBio19 — Ksenia Krasileva (@kseniakrasileva) August 6, 2019 These e posters are FANTASTIC! I hope to see more next year be sure to check them out during tonight's poster #PlantBio19 […]

Selfie station PB19

THANK YOU ALL, @ASPB community, for putting your trust in us to serve the plant 🌱 world. @ASPBPlantBioMtg has been an amazing meeting! XoXo, Your ASPB staff ❤️ #PlantBio19 pic.twitter.com/3sp31YrRJT — Jennifer Regala (@JRegala_ASPB) August 6, 2019 I was struggling to explain my role in this plant 🌱 community I love so much. My dearest […]

Pop-up store PB19

Back home now but not without the good stuff from the conference. #plantbio19 pic.twitter.com/3tsIskmUBE — Francis Lee (@A_halleri) August 8, 2019 Omggg the pop up store is almost out of stock! Hurry and buy your tshirts and notebooks soon before it's too late!! #plantbio19 pic.twitter.com/VeXOcEzTdE — Maddie Grant (@maddiegrant) August 4, 2019 Cool shoes but […]

Traveling to PB19 – Day 2!

Packing and getting ready for #PlantBio19 Im so excited! — Will Hinckley (@will_hinckley) August 2, 2019 Just passing through Palo Alto on CalTrain on my way to #PlantBio19. Hello Stanford! Hello Carnegie Plant Science! pic.twitter.com/gbSnEIPBVp — mary williams (@PlantTeaching) August 2, 2019 Same on the flight out of Tucson! Definitely time for #PlantBio19 @PhDInDirtHoeing and […]