• Silks on a young maize ear

Who We Are

The Wallace Lab at the University of Georgia works on research related to improving crops in order to meet the demands of the 21st Century. We use a combination of bioinformatic, statistical, and field-based approaches to find the genes and gene networks that control basic plant traits. Plant breeders can then use this information to create healthier, more resilient crops. A major focus of the lab is how crop plants interact with the microbes in their environment, and how these interactions can be leveraged to improve agriculture.

Research

A brief overview of our research focus.

Publications

Links to published articles from the lab.

People

The people who make the lab work.

Gallery

A set of images from the lab that are profound, interesting, or just plain cool.

Contact

Contact information for the lab.

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