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MScR - Identifying disease threats to blueberry in the UK

University of Warwick School of Life Sciences

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Principal Supervisor: Dr Charlotte Nellist (NIAB EMR)

Co-supervisors: Dr. John Clarkson (University of Warwick, School of Life Sciences), Dr. Liz Beal (Royal Horticultural Society)

MScR project title: Determining the main disease risks to native and cultivated Vaccinium spp. in the UK

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The successful candidate will be based at NIAB EMR in Kent with the principal project supervisor Dr Charlotte Nellist. The student will be registered at the University of Warwick with supervision by Dr John Clarkson.

Project Description

The cultivated blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) is becoming increasingly grown commercially in the UK due to its reputation as a ‘superfood’ where studies have suggested they provide major health benefits through high levels of antioxidants. Though the vast

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