Dr. Jennifer Thomson, ANRS, presents, "Investigating the Underlying Physiology of Economically Impor
- Monday, November 8, 2021 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm
- Animal Biosciences Building, 138 - view map
Dr. Jennifer Thomson, Animal & Range Sciences, presents, "Investigating the Underlying Physiology of Economically Important Traits in Livestock Genetic Improvement", as part of a MAES Research Project Seminar.
The seminar is a required public presentation by MSU College of Agriculture & Montana Agricultural Experiment Station faculty who are proposing or conducting agriculture research projects for Hatch-Act and MAES funding for agriculture research in Montana and the Northern Great Plains region.
HATCH Seminar via WEBEX can use: https://montana.webex.com/meet/k39d972