SU Ag Center scientist co-authors book chapter
BATON ROUGE, LA — Southern University Agricultural Research and Extension Center scientist, Dr. Renita Marshall is co-author of a chapter in the May 11, 2012 published book Genomics Applications for the Developing World. Marshall is one of four authors of Chapter 15 in the book, which discusses the genomics and potential bioenergy applications in the developing world.
This book is based on the editors’ belief that new information, developments, technologies and approaches are not adapted on a high scale in developing countries. The discussion centers on the best way to make information easily accessible, and disseminated in a format that can become a useful reference for scientists, students and others who reside in those countries.
The book, ISBN 978-1-4614-2181-8, published by Springer is edited by Karen E. Nelson and Barbara Jones-Nelson, and available by clicking here.