The tell-tale patterns -Lydia Zeglin
The correlation between the soil and water environments, and the organisms that live there, is what most intrigues biologist Lydia Zeglin. She researches this relationship and how it changes with the introduction of different agricultural practices. Zeglin finds and analyzes data patterns such as DNA and enzyme activity from soil and water samples, aided by her love for learning new things and continuously collecting new information.
Credit: Kansas State University
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