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Gail Taylor

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https://taylorlab.faculty.ucdavis.edu/people/meet-us/gail-taylor/
Gail Taylor, a professor and chair of the Department of Plant Sciences, specializes in plants, genetics and the environment. Taylor completed her Ph.D. from Lancaster University, UK, and served as both a professor and director of research for Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton, UK, before joining the faculty at UC Davis in 2017.

Can plants fast forward to the future to show us what will happen as carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increases?

A new analysis suggests that long-term, multi-generational response of plants to rising CO2 are similar to those found in single generation FACE experiments, with consequences for continued global greening and future higher rates of photosynthesis.

Can less water mean tastier herbs?

We all love fresh herbs for cooking – but are they sustainable? Latest research shows that the water footprint of potted herbs can be reduced and at the same time, flavour and quality improved

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