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Postdoctoral Fellow, Soybean Genetics & Breeding-Abiotic Stress
Location of the Position: University of Missouri Fisher Delta Research, Extension, and Education Center (FDREEC) in Portageville, Missouri.  Job description: Conduct research to identify and develop improved soybean germplasm and cultivars with improved tolerance to drought, flooding, and high salt field conditions. Duties: Responsibilities include evaluation, identification, and characterization of soybean lines with desirable traits related to abiotic stress tolerance. The candidate will develop and evaluate breeding populations for tolerance to drought, flooding and high salt conditions , Collect, analyze and interpret  data collected in the field or greenhouse to determine genotypes with improved toler

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