Kelsey Galimba

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Recent Posts

MSASD Project Team 27 Kelsey Galimba
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Cool pictures. I have a question. What's the difference between the potting soil and the dirt? Did the dirt just come from the ground outside or somewhere?

Monk Team 2 Kelsey Galimba
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Hey guys, can someone tell me the hypothesis you came up with? It sounds like you're interested in the effect of temperature on germination.

Monk Team 2 Kelsey Galimba
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Hi Team! My name is Kelsey and I'm your scientist mentor for this project. I work on fruit trees for the USDA in West Virginia right now, but I grew up and went to college in Northern California and then got my PhD in Seattle, WA.

I think it…

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