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Dr Marjorie Lundgren

Senior Research Fellow

Marjorie Lundgren

LEC Building

LA1 4YQ

Lancaster

Research overview

Marjorie applies plant ecophysiology and phylogeographic methods to understand how diverse photosynthetic systems evolve. She is particularly interested in C3-C4 intermediate phenotypes and C2 photosynthesis. She is a UKRI Future Leaders Fellow and Senior Research Fellow in Environmental Physiology within the Plant & Crop Science group in the Lancaster Environment Centre and is a member of the Photosynthesis Team at LEC. She earned her PhD in 2015 from the University of Sheffield and gained post-doctorate experience from the University of Sheffield, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. 

 

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PhD supervision

I am happy to supervise projects relating to photosynthesis, leaf anatomy, natural photosynthetic diversity and evolution, and crop engineering.

  • Published

    Mesophyll porosity is modulated by the presence of functional stomata

    Lundgren, M., Mathers, A., Baillie, A. L., Dunn, J., Wilson, M., Hunt, L., Pajor, R., Fradera-Soler, M., Rolfe, S., Osborne, C. P., Sturrock, C. J., Gray, J. E., Mooney, S. J. & Fleming, A. J., 27/06/2019, In: Nature Communications. 10, 10 p., 2825.

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    C4 anatomy can evolve via a single developmental change

    Lundgren, M. R., Dunning, L. T., Olofsson, J. K., Moreno-Villena, J. J., Bouvier, J. W., Sage, T., Khoshravesh, R., Sultmanis, S., Stata, M., Ripley, B. S., Vorontsova, M. S., Besnard, G., Adams, C., Cuff, N., Mapaura, A., Bianconi, M., Long, C. M., Christin, P-A. & Osborne, C. P., 1/02/2019, In: Ecology Letters. 22, 2, p. 302-312 11 p.

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