Dr Caitlin Byrt

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Dr Caitlin Byrt is a research scientist and lecturer studying how to improve plants for future food security and to increase the productivity of agricultural industries. Her areas of expertise includes plant physiology, plant biotechnology and improving plant environmental stress tolerance. Dr Byrt is part of a team who have helped to increase the salinity tolerance of modern wheat.

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