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Inari Agriculture

Cambridge, MA

kkremling@inari.com

Karl Kremling

Formerly a graduate student in the Plant Breeding and Genetics department at Cornell, University, 

I joined the Buckler lab and traded in my pipette for a keyboard in order to gain skills in quantitative genetics and computational biology. My work at Buckler Lab centered on identifying loci underlying quantitative differences in transcription. I also worked to  determine how much of the phenotypic diversity seen in maize can be explained purely on the basis of transcriptional nuances.

Education

 

PhD, Plant Breeding and Genetics, Cornell University, 

 

Publications:

Moon, Jihyun, David Skibbe, Ljudmilla Timofejeva, Chung-Ju Rachel Wang, Timothy Kelliher, Karl Kremling*, Virginia Walbot, and William Zacheus Cande. Regulation of cell divisions and differentiation by MALE STERILITY32 is required for anther development in maize. Plant Journal. 76(4):592-602

DeRidder B. P., M. E. Shybut, M. C. Dyle, K. A. Kremling*, M. B. Shapiro. Changes at the 3′-untranslated region stabilize Rubisco activase transcript levels during heat stress in Arabidopsis. Planta 236(2) 463-476.

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