Dr. Patterson’s graduate education was in Crop Physiology, Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition, with graduate degrees from NC State University (1963) and Cornell University (1968). He began his teaching and research career at NC State University in 1968.
CS 213 – Crops: Adaptation & Production
STS 323 – World Population and Food Prospects
MLS 501 – Global Sustainable Human Development
- Effects of nitrogen and shading on root morphologies, nutrient accumulation, and photosynthetic parameters in different rice genotypes, Scientific Reports (2016)
- Genotypic differences in root anatomy affecting water movement through roots of soybean, International Journal of Plant Sciences (2003)
- Allocation of nitrogen and dry matter for two soybean genotypes in response to water stress during reproductive growth, Journal of Plant Nutrition (2001)