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Microbiology

Black soil fungus in a petrie dish.

Soil Microbiology research at Washington State University focuses on biological soil fertility and nutrient transformations. Bacteria, fungi, and archaea in soil contribute to physical, chemical, and biological soil health and quality though a variety of mechanisms. Agroecosystems present not only a critical setting in which we gain vital information to understand how management may foster healthy soils to sustainably feed the earth’s growing populus, but also allow us a certain level of control under which we gain basic understanding of the phylogeny and function of microbial communities under a wide array of conditions and crops. Our fundamental goal is to leverage the vast capabilities of the soil microbial communities to sustainably enhance crop quality and yield.


 

Faculty

Lynne Carpenter Boggs in a lab coat

Lynne Carpenter-Boggs

lcboggs@wsu.edu

I conduct research in sustainable and organic agriculture, with an emphasis on biological soil fertility. Current project areas include life cycle analysis of farming, management for soil health, mycorrhizal colonization of alternative crops, acid-tolerant rhizobia, and compost tea.


 

Tarah Sullivan

Tarah Sullivan

t.sullivan@wsu.edu

My research emphasizes linking the function and phylogeny of the soil microbiome, specifically with regard to interactions with plant roots and impacts on metal bioavailability and plant uptake. The soil microbiome is key in the biotransformations of many micronutrients and metals in the rhizosphere; these consortia and the mechanisms involved, drives my work.

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