Mikal E. Saltveit

Professor

Departments

Plant Sciences

Offices and Labs

107 Mann Lab
752-1815

Degrees

1977 PhD Botany and Horticulture Michigan State University
1972 MS Botany and Biochemistry University of Minnesota
1967 BA Botany and Chemistry University of Minnesota

Specialties / Focus

Plant Biology
  • Environmental and Integrative Biology

Teaching Interests

Undergraduate agricultural plant biology, and postharvest physiology and technology of horticultural crops.

Publications

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  • Campos-Vargas R and ME Saltveit. 2002. Involvement of putative chemical wound signals in the induction of phenolic metabolism in wounded lettuce. Physiologia Plantarum. 114:73-84
  • Kang Ho-Min and ME Saltveit. 2002. Chilling tolerance of corn, cucumber and rice seedling leaves and roots are differentially affected by salicylic acid. Physiologia Plantarum. 115:571-576
  • Saltveit ME. 2000. Discovery of Chilling Injury. In: Discoveries in Plant Biology Vol. 3. World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore:423 - 448