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AAS Fellowship honours contribution to plant knowledge
Professor Christine Beveridge is one of five University of Queensland academics recognised with a Fellowship of the Australian Academy of Science. Professor Beveridge is a world leader in the hormonal control of plant development and shoot architecture, which underpins the yield, productivity or ornamental value of crops, trees and shrubs.
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