Stephen Parris

Graduate Research Assistant
Plant and Environmental Sciences Department

Office: BRC 306


 Educational Background

M.S. Plant and Environmental Sciences
Clemson University 2022

B.S. Horticulture
Clemson University 2018

A.A.S. Horticulture Technology
Spartanburg Community College 2017

 Research Interests

Genome Engineering
In vitro Biology
Plant Breeding


Li, Z., Parris, S., Saski, C., A simple plant high-molecular-weight DNA extraction method suitable for single-molecule technologies. Plant Methods, 16, 2020.

Wen, L., Li, W., Parris, S., West, M., Lawson, J., Smathers, M., Li, Z., Jones, D., Jin, S., and Saski, C. A. 2020. Transcriptomic profiles of non-embryogenic and embryogenic callus cells in a highly regenerative upland cotton line (Gossypium hirsutum L.). BMC Developmental Biology 20:1-15.

Adelberg, J., Naylor-Adelberg, J., Miller, S., Gasic, K., Schnabel, G., Bryson, P., Saski, C., Parris, S., and Reighard, G. 2021. In vitro co-culture system for Prunus spp. and Armillaria mellea in phenolic foam rooting matric. In vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Plant 57:387-397.

Parris, S. M., Jeffers, S. N., Olvey, J. M., Olvey, J. M., Adelberg, J. W., Wen, L., Udall, J. A., Coleman, J. J., Jones, D. C., and Saski, C. A. 2022. An In Vitro Co-Culture System for Rapid Differential Response to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum Race 4 in Three Cotton Cultivars. Plant Disease 0:PDIS-08-21-1743-RE


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