Srirama Krishna Reddy, Ph.D.

Srirama Krishna Reddy

Assistant Research Scientist
Wheat Breeding

Adjunct Professor
Department of Agricultural Sciences
West Texas A&M University

Ph.D., (Agronomy) Texas A&M University – 2011
M.S., (Plant Soil and Environmental Sciences) West Texas A&M University – 2006
B.S., (Agriculture) University of Agricultural Science, Bangalore, India – 2000

Texas A&M AgriLife Research
6500 Amarillo Blvd W
Amarillo, TX 79106
Phone: (806)677-5600
Fax: (806)677-5644
Email Srirama 


I am a Plant Physiologist by training.  My research interests are to understand the mechanistic basis of plant-environment interactions and to develop the methods to quantify/ elucidate the responses.  I employ classical and novel physiological/ molecular approaches to address the fundamental questions in plant development and stress responses.

My current responsibilities in the wheat breeding program at Amarillo include:

  • Development of reliable high-throughput phenotyping system for screening wheat and winter small grain germplasm for forage production and multiple stress conditions
  • Assisting plant breeding activities and trait development process in winter wheat and cool-season perennial grass cropping systems for Texas

Publications: (Peer-reviewed Journals)

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