We’ve heard about it a lot this summer: drought. Most of Missouri is abnormally dry, and over 30 counties are experiencing extreme drought. But what exactly does all this talk about drought mean to the state and its people?
Joining Chancellor Cartwright this week are Dr. Bob Sharp, professor in the Division of Plant Sciences and director of the Interdisciplinary Plant Group; and Shannon King, a doctoral student in biochemistry working under Doctors Scott Peck (biochemistry), Felix Fritschi (plant sciences) and Bob Sharp. They discuss the ways we understand and study drought, as well as explore how the research happening right here at Mizzou can help Missouri communities combat this pressing challenge.
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