Plant Breeding Seminar

Fall 1999 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

Time / Location

September

8

Potential roles for mannitol and mannitol dehydrogenase in active oxygen mediated plant defense

John Williamson

Horticultural Science

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

15

no seminar (hurricane)

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-

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22

Myths and Realities of Native and Exotic Plants

Todd Lasseigne

Horticultural Science

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

29

No Theory; No Hype; Just the Facts - A Survey of Wheat Cultivar Development in the Eastern US

Paul Murphy

Crop Science

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

October

6

Exploiting and Improving Pest Resistant Landscape Plants

Tom Ranney

Horticultural Science

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

13

Herbicide Tolerant Transgenic Crops: New Approaches Using Soybean P450 Genes

Ralph Dewey

Crop Science

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

20

The Search for Pesticidal Activities in the Tropical Rainforest

Karel Schubert

Botany and Microbio., Univ. Oklahoma

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

27

Major Genes for Resistance in the Pine-Fusiform Rust Forest Pathosystem

Henry Amerson

Foresry

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

November

3

no seminar (Crop Science meetings)

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-

-

10

Genotype x Environment Interactions from a Modeling Perspective

Gail Wilkerson

Crop Science

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

17

Tomato Breeding and Genetics

Randy Gardner

Horticultural Science

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams

December

1

Allometry, Ontogeny, and Pleiotropy

Rongling Wu

Statistics

3:45-4:45 / 2405 Williams


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