Gwonjin Lee

Profile

  • Time Zone
    Eastern

  • Role
    Scientist Mentor: I will mentor teams of students online

  • Research Interests (300 words)
    I'm broadly interested in how plants have adapted to diverse environments especially to abiotic stresses as cold, freezing, drought, and heavy metal stresses. I have studied the genetic and physiological basis of heavy metal tolerance of plants during my PhD at Ruhr University in Germany and now working on genetic regulation of the costs and benefits of cold acclimation at Purdue University in Indiana.

  • Profile Question 2
    What is best about being a scientist?

  • Profile Question 3
    What is the coolest thing you have discovered or learned about plants?

Recent Posts

AGA project 19 Gwonjin Lee

Hi students,

Thanks for all your effort in the project!

Hopefully, you have learned many things from this.

 

shscasesweeneyposfall2021 project 8 Gwonjin Lee

Good job guys!

Thanks for all your effort in this project and I have been really happy with this.

 

shscasesweeneyposfall2021 project 8 Gwonjin Lee

Interesting. An unexpected result could also tell us many things. How do you interpret that result? High light intensity leading in high temperature could affect seed germination. How many days did you grow them after germination. The size could be…

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