It could be said that Marshall University’s Dr. Marcia Harrison digs a little deeper. Harrison is a professor in Marshall’s Department of Biological Sciences, and she keeps a close watch on exactly how plants grow.
Harrison said, “When plants fall down they can’t get up – at least not right away.”
Harrison’s research career has revolved around how plants respond to gravity and interaction of other factors – including space.
Read more about Harrison’s research in the Fall 2014 edition of The Neuron.
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