Alfredo Fallorina (3283)

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Assessing the Effects of Abiotic Stressors on Water Diffusion in Plants Using Single-Sided NMR

Hometown: Norfolk, Virginia

Department: Chemistry

Advisor: Tyler Meldrum

Plants are an important part of the ecosystem and our lives. In my honors project, I will be investigating the effects of different environmental stressors on plants on its water movements using single-sided magnetic resonance. The stressors I will be introducing to plants include atmospheric composition, temperature and humidity changes, and acidity of rain. It is important to understand the effects of these on plants in order to quickly understand its composition and help create a resistance to these inevitable environmental changes.


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