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Plant Physiology Scientist
Plant Physiology Scientist St. Louis, Missouri, USA CTC – Centro de Tecnologia Canavieira is a leading Brazilian company dedicated to research, development, and marketing of high-performing sugarcane germplasm. At the CTC Genomics location in St. Louis we are focused on harnessing state-of-the-art technologies in molecular and cell biology to develop novel improved sugarcane varieties. We are seeking a dynamic and self-motivated Plant Physiology Scientist with a strong background in the molecular biology of plants to contribute to the elucidation of yield and stress tolerance as well as to the development of novel traits using genome editing in sugarcane. This position will work both independently and in collaboration with a multidisciplin

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