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Welcome to Forethought India One-on-One Courses. Our program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their chosen profession. Our instructor for this course is Researcher M.S. Suryateja Jammalamadaka at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

"Discovering Plant Biology" is a comprehensive course that offers a deep dive into the fascinating world of plants and their intricate biological processes. From the very foundations of plant anatomy and morphology to the advanced realms of plant genetics, ecology, and biotechnology, this course takes you on a journey of exploration and understanding. Whether you're an aspiring botanist, a gardening enthusiast, or simply curious about the vital role plants play in our ecosystems, this course provides a holistic view of plant life. Topics include plant adaptation, growth, reproduction, environmental responses, and the critical interplay between plants and their environment. Throughout the course, you'll gain insights into the past, present, and future of plant biology, equipping you with knowledge that's not only informative but also highly relevant in today's world of environmental awareness and sustainable practices.

 

At the end of the program, students will receive a certificate & performance letter by the educator indicating that they have completed the program and acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen profession.

Discovering Plant Biology, by M.S. Suryateja Jammalamadaka at MIT

₹39,600.00Price
  • Mani Sai Suryateja Jammalamadaka is a graduate student at Cordero Lab, MIT. He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from BITS-Pilani (India) and master degree in Systems and synthetic biology at University of Paris (France). His is interested in the spatial influence of chitin surfaces on microbial community assembly. He is currently developing platforms that allow us to study the colonization of chitin dependent microbial communities, the community dynamics, and the spatial interactions on the chitin surface. 

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