Robert Schmitz: Epigenetic Variation in Plants | GenomeWeb

Recommended by: Joseph Ecker, Salk Institute

Robert Schmitz developed his interest in epigenetics and plant science while an undergraduate at the University of Arizona. There, he was influenced by the work of two prominent plant scientists: Vicki Chandler, who was studying the epigenetic phenomenon known as paramutation in maize, and Richard Jorgensen, who helped define the occurrence of post-transcriptional gene silencing and small RNAs while working with petunias.

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