Plant Breeding Seminar

Fall 1994 Schedule

Time:

  • 3:45 - 4:45 pm (refreshments at 3:30 - 3:45 pm)

Contact:

The seminars will usually include discussion time - PLAN to CONTRIBUTE!


Date

Subject

Speaker

Department

Location

September

14

Cell culture & genetic eng. approaches to tobacco breeding

Margo Daub

Plant Pathology

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

21

Forest gene conservation in Central America & Mexico

Bill Dvorak

Forestry

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

28

Molecular biology of maize endosperm development

Rebecca Boston

Botany

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

October

5

Protein phosphatase 1, a conserved regulatory enzyme in eukaryotes

Kelly Tatchell

Microbiology

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

12

NCSU's role in agricultural extension, research & teaching in AD 2000

Phillip Stiles

Provost's Office

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

19

Genetic contributions to cotton cultivars developed in 1970-1990

Daryl Bowman

Crop Science

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

26

Genotype x environment in simulating seed weight in crop models

Ron Heiniger

Crop Science

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

November

2

Germplasm protection issues (Mark Crowell/Spencer Lemmons)

Virginia Bennett

Bell, Seltzer, Park & Gibson

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

9

Peanut breeding

Tom Isleib

Crop Science

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

30

A wealth of new molecular markers for human evolution

Cavalli-Sforza

Stanford Univ.

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

December

7

Modeling some aspects of a tree breeding strategy

Floyd Bridgwater

Forestry

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams


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