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Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative Report 17:151-161 (article 44) 1994

Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative

1994 Membership Directory

  1. Al-Sulaiman, Abdul Mohsen I. Natl. Agric.& Water Research Center, P.O. Box 54763, Ridyah 11524, Saudi Arabia.
  2. Andres, Thomas C. 5440 Netherland Ave., #D24, Bronx, NY 10471-2321.
  3. Ayuso, Ma Cruz Petoseed Iber SA, Carr. de Malaga, 34, 04710 Santa Maria del Aguila, Almeria, Spain.
  4. Barbercheck, Mary Dept. Entomology, Box 7634, North Carolina State Univ. Raleigh, NC, 27695-7634. Ph.: (919) 515-2638, FAX: (919) 515-2824. Spotted cucumber beetle, cucurbitacins.
  5. Beaver, Linda (see Wessel-Beaver, Linda)
  6. Beekman, A.G.B. ROYAL SLUIS, P.O. Box 22, 1600 AA Enkhuizen, The Netherlands
  7. Ben Tahar, Sofia BIOSEM, Campus Univ. des Cezeaux, 24, Avenue des Landais, 63170 Aubiere, France
  8. Bohn, G. W. 1094 Klish Way, Del Mar, CA 92014 Ph.: (619) 755-4780. Breeding and genetics of resistance to fungi, viruses and insects.
  9. Boorsma, P.A. Vegetable Research, Sluis & Groot, P.O. Box 26, 1600 AA Enkhuizen, The Netherlands.
  10. Boyhan, P.A. Auburn University, 101 Funchess Hall, Auburn AL, 36849. Ph.: (205) 84403041, FAX: (205) 844-3131. Melon and watermelon breeding.
  11. Bradbury, Gary K. Saphir Produce Ltd., The Oast, Perry Court, London Road, Faversham, Kent, ME13 8RY, Great Britain. Ph.: (44) 795 530700, FAX: (44) 795-530797. Commercial utilization of summer squash with multiple virus disease resistance..
  12. Burkett, Al Petoseed Woodland Research Station, 37437 State Highway 16, Woodland, CA 95695. Ph.: (916) 666-0931, FAX: (916) 668-0219. Disease resistance.
  13. Callaway, M. Brett P.O. Box 3131, Thomasville, GA, 31799. Ph.: (912) 225-1688, FAX: (912) 228-5836.
  14. Carey, Edward E. International Potato Center (ICP), P.O. Box 25171, Nairobi, Kenya. Ph.: 592054, E-mail:cig801%nsfmail@inter.
  15. Chambonnet, Daniel Station d'Amel. des Plantes Maraich., B.P. 94 , 84140 Montfavet, France.
  16. Charpiot, Bernard TEZIER - Centre de Recherche, Domaine de Maninet, Route de Beaumont, 26000 Valence, France.
  17. Chen, Fure-Chyi Dept. Plant Industry, Natl. Pingtun Polytechnic Institute, Neipu, Pingtung 91207, Republic of China. Ph.: 886-8-774-0267, FAX: 886-8-770-4186. Gene transfer, breeding, tissue culture and isozymes.
  18. Chung, Paul Petoseed Woodland Research Station, 37437 State Highway 16, Woodland, CA 95695. Ph.: (916) 666-0931, FAX (916) 668-0219.
  19. Clayberg, C. D. Department of Horticulture, Waters Hall, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66502. Ph.: (913) 532-6170.
  20. Close, Timothy J. University of California, Riverside, Dept. Botany & Plant Sciences, Riverside, CA, 92521-0124. Ph.: (909) 787-3318, FAX: (714) 787-4437. E-mail: timclose@ucrac1.ucr.edu. Bacterial wilt, dehydration stress, and proteins.
  21. Cohen, Ron Newe Yaar Experiment Station, Post Haifa, 31999, Israel. Ph.: 04-833186, FAX: 04-836936. Plant pathology; root and foliar diseases of cucurbits.
  22. Cohen, Yigal Department of Life Sciences, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan 52 100, Israel. Ph.: +9723-5318251, FAX: +9723-6771088. Melon.
  23. Corella, Pilar Asgrow SEed Co. Apdo. 175, 04700 El Ejido (Almeria), Spain. Ph.: 34-51-5800012, FAX:34-51-581162.
  24. Coyne, Dermot P. Department of Horticulture, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE 68583-0724 Ph.: (402) 472-1126, FAX: (402) 472-2853. Breeding, genetics, physiology,plant development and disease resistance of squash.
  25. Croom, Edward M. Jr. 716 University Avenue, Oxford, MS, 38655. Ph.: (601) 232-6118, FAX: (601) 232-5118. Medical & pharmaceutical uses for cucurbit secondary plant products; cultural practices to enhance yield.
  26. Cui, Hongwen Department of Horticulture, Northwestern Agricultural Univ., Yangling, Shaanxi 712100, P.R. China
  27. Dane, Fenny Dept. Horticulture, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849. Ph.: (205) 844-3047.
  28. de Groot Erik Breeding, Sementi Nunhems S.R.L., Via Ghiarone, 2, 40019 S. Agata Bolognese, Italy.
  29. de Ruiter, A.C. de Ruiter Zonen CV, Postbus 4, 2665 ZG Bleiswijk, The Netherlands. Ph: 18G2-2741. Breeding and seed production of cucumbers.
  30. Decker-Walters, Deena The Cucurbit Network, 2066 Brookwood Drive, Colorado Springs CO 80918.
  31. Della Vecchia, Paulo T. Av Das Nacoes 68, Jardim Europa, CP 12900-000 Braganca, Paulista SP, Brazil. Ph.: 011-433-7447. Breeding & genetics, seed production and disease resistance of melon and squash..
  32. Denlinger, Phil Mt. Olive Pickle Co., Inc., P.O. Box 609, Mount Olive, NC 28365. Ph.: (919) 296-1996.
  33. Dewei, Ma Department of Horticulture, Hebei Agricultural University, Baoding, Hebei 071000, P.R. China.
  34. Dhaliwal, Major Singh Dept. of Vegetable Crops, L.S. & F. Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana-141001, Punjab, India
  35. DiNitto, Louis Sunseeds, 8850 59th Ave., N.E., Brooks, OR, 97305. Ph.: (503) 393-3243, FAX: (503) 390-0982. Melon (Cucumis melo)
  36. Drowns, Glenn Sand Hill Preservation Center, 1878 230th Street, Calamus, IA 52729. Ph.: (515) 246-2299.
  37. Dumlao, Rosa Harris Moran Seed Co.4331 C ockroach Bay Road, Ruskin, FL 33570-2612. Ph.: (813) 645-3946, FAX: (813) 645-4900. Breeding and genetics.
  38. Dunlap, James R. Texas Agric. Expt. Ststion, 2415 E. Highway 83, Weslaco, TX 78596. Ph.: (210) 968-5585, FAX: (210) 968-0641. E-mail: jdunlap@wpo-smp-gate.tamu.edu Melon physiology - fruit development and ripening.
  39. Eigsti, Orie J.. 1602 Winsted, College Green, Goshen, ID 46526. Ph.: (219) 533-4632. Polyploid Citrullus lanatus.
  40. El Jack, Ali Elamin Dept. Horticulture, Fac. Agric. Sciences, University of Gezira, Wad-Medani, P.O. Box 20, Sudan.
  41. El-Doweny, Hamdy Hassan Ali c/o A. El-Menshawy, Foreign Agric. Relations, Min. of Agriculture, Nady El-Seid Street, Dokki, Cairo,. Egypt. Cucurbit breeding program, including: diseases (virus, fungal), salinity, greenhouses, hybrids.
  42. Elmstrom, Gary. University of Florida, Central Florida Res & Educ Center, 5336 University Avenue, Leesburg, FL 34748-8232. Ph.: (904) 360-6686, FAX: (904) 360-6691. Watermelon (especially triploid), melon, and squash breeding.
  43. Funakushi, Hisashi Mikado Seed Growers Co., Ltd., 1203 Hoshikuki, Chuo-Ku, Chiba City 260, Japan. Ph.: 81-43-265-4847, FAX: 81-43-266-6444.
  44. Gaba, Victor Dept. Virology, Inst. Plant Protection, A.R. O.,Volcani Center, P.O.B. 6, Bet Dagan 50250, Israel. Ph.: 972-3-9683568/9, FAX: 972-3-9604180. E-mail:vpgaba@volcani.Tissue Culture & Transformation of melon.
  45. Gabert, August C. Sunseeds Genetics, Inc. 8850 59th Avenue NE, Brooks, OR 97305-9625. Ph.: (503) 393-3243, FAX: (503) 390-0982. Cucumber and summer squash breeding and genetics.
  46. Gaggero, James M. 8276 Canyon Oak Drive, Citrus Heights CA 95610. Ph.: (916) 722-5519, FAX: (916) 753-1912. Cucurbitacins.
  47. Gautier, Granes B.P. No. 1, 13630, Eyragues, France. Ph.: 90.94.13.44, FAX: 90.92.83.96
  48. Goblet, J.P. Phytotec SA, Chausse Romaine, 77, 5030 Gembloux, Belgium.
  49. Green, C.E. Petoseed Woodland Research Station, 37437 State Highway 16, Woodland CA, 95695. Ph.: (916) 666-09031, FAX: (916) 668-0219..
  50. Groenewal, Irma ENZA ZADEN, De Enkhuizer Zaadh, b.v., Postbox 7, 1600 AA Enkhuizen, The Netherlands. Ph.: 02280-1-58-44, FAX: 02280-1-59-60.
  51. Groff, David. Asgrow Seed Company, Rt. #1, Box 1907, Omega TyTy Road, Tifton, GA, 31794. Ph.: (912) 386-8701, FAX: (912) 386-8805. Breeding of squash, cuucumber, melon and watermelon.
  52. Grumet, Rebecca Dept. Hort., Plant & Soils Building, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824-1325. Ph.: (517) 353-5568, FAX: (517) 353-0890. Disease resistance, gene flow, tissue culture and genetic engineering.
  53. Hagihara, Toshitsugu Hagihara-Farm-Cp., Ltd., Hokigi, Tawaramoto-cho, Siki-gun, Nara-ken, Japan.
  54. Haim, Davidi Hazera Ltd., Mivhor Farm Doar, Sede Gat 79570, Israel.
  55. Han, Sang Joo Seoul Seed Intl Co.Ltd., Chongill B/D, 736-17 Yeoksam-Dong, Kangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea. Ph.: (2) 569-7147, FAX: 552-9439. Disease resistance.
  56. Hassan, Ahmed Abdel-Moneim Department of Vegetable Crops, Fac. Agriculture, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt. Ph.: 724107 & 724966. Cucumber, melon, squash & watermelon germplasm evaluation and breeding for disease resistance, incl. viruses.
  57. Havey, Michael J. USDA/ARS, Department of Horticulture, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 53706. Ph.: (608) 262-1830, E-mail: mjhavey@macc.wisc.edu.
  58. Henderson, W. R. Department of Horticultural Science, Box 5216, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. 27650-5216. Ph.: (919) 737-3167. Breeding and genetics of watermelon.
  59. Herman, Ran "Zeraim" Seed Growers Company Ltd., Department of Breeding, Gedera 70 700, Israel. Ph.: 08-59 27 60, FAX: 08-59 43 76.
  60. Herrington, Mark Edward. 21 Warner Street, Welling Point, Queensland 4160, Australia. Ph.: 07 2861488.
  61. Hertogh, K. Nickerson-Zwaan b.v., Postbus 19, 2990 AA Barendrecht, The Netherlands.
  62. Himmel, Phyllis Asgrow Seed Company, 500 Lucy Brown Lane, San Juan Bautista, CA 95045
  63. Hirabayashi, Tetsuo Nihon Horticultural Production Institute, 207 Kamishki, Matsudo-shi, Chiba-ken, Japan. Ph.: 0473-87-3827, FAX: 0473-86-1455. Varietal improvement of cucurbit crops, especially melon, cucumber and pumpkin.
  64. Hollar, Larry A. Hollar & Co., Inc., P. O. Bos 106, Rocky Ford, CO 81067. Ph.: (719) 254-7411, FAX: (719) 254-3539. Cucurbit breeding and seed production.
  65. Holle, Miguel Choquehuanca 851, Lima 27, Peru. Tel: 220474. Plant genetic resources.
  66. Humaydan, Hasib Ag Consulting International, 317 Red Maple Drive, Danville, CA. 94506
  67. Hung, Lih National Taiwan Univ. College Agric., Dept. Hortic., Vegetable Crops Lab., Taipei, Taiwan 107, Republic of China.
  68. Hutton, Mark Alf Christianson Seed Co., 208 Bald Hill Road, Spencer, NY 14883. Ph.: (607) 272-1255, FAX: (607) 272-1255. Breeding and product development.
  69. Ibrahim, Aly M. JECOR,Unit 61306, Box 043, APO, AE, 09308-1306, FAX: 464-4870/4970. Cucumber, melon, watermelon.
  70. Ignart, Frederic Centre de Recherche TEZIER, Route de Beaumont, Domaine de Maninet, Route de Beaumont, 26000 Valence, France. Ph.: (33) 75431136, FAX: (33) 75552681. Squash and melon breeding.
  71. Iida, Akira Minowa Noen, 63-1 Ichieda-cho, Yamato-Kohriyama City, Nara Pref., Japan, T639-11.
  72. Ikeda, Satoru Sakata Seed America, Research Station, 20900 State Road 82, fort Meyers, FL, 33913.
  73. Jain, Jaagrati B-149, M/P/ Enclave, Pikampura, Delhi - 110034, India. Ph.: 7183099. Muskmelon genetics and tissue culture.
  74. Jaramillo-Vasquez, Juan Jefe Regional Seccion Hortalizas, Instituto Colombiano Agropecuario, AA 233, Palmira, Colombia.
  75. Kaminimura, Shoji 421-19 Furuichi-machi, Macbashi City, Gunma-ken 371, Japan.
  76. Kampmann, Hans Henrick Breeding Station Danefield, Odensevej 82, 5290, Marslev, Denmark.
  77. Kanno, Tsuguo Dept Upland Farming, Tohoku Natl. AES, 50, Arai, Fukushima, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan 960-21.
  78. Karchi, Zvi Div. Vegetable Crops, ARO., Newe Ya'ar Experiment Station, P.O. Haifa, Israel. Ph.: 04-833186, FAX: 972-3-9665327.
  79. Katsiotis, Andreas Dept. Agronomy, Univ. Wisconsin,1575 Linden Drive, Madison, WI 53706-1597. Ph.: (608) 262-7452.
  80. Kraakman, Peter Torre Verde 7-2, Aguadulce, Roquetas De Mar, Spain.
  81. Kuginuki, Yashuhisa National Res. Institute Veg/Orn/Tea, Crop Research Station, Ano, Mie 514-23, Japan. Ph.: 0592-68-1331, FAX: 0592-68-1339. Breeding for resistance to disease.
  82. Kuti, Joseph O. Dept. Agron &Res Sci, Hort Crops Lab, Taxas A&M University, Kingsville, TX, 78363. Ph.: (512) 595-3711, FAX: (512) 595-3713. Breeding and genetics; host-parasite interrelationships; postharvest physiology.
  83. Kwack, Soo-Nyeon Dept Hort Breeding, Mokpo Natl Univ., Dorimri, Chonggyemyun, Muangun, Chonnam 534-729, Korea.
  84. Kyle, Molly Cornell Univ., Dept. Plant Brding & Biom, 312 Bradfield Hall, Ithica, NY, 14853-1902. Ph.: (607) 255-8147, FAX: (607) 255-6683, E-mail: molly_kyle@qmrelay.mail.cornell.edu. Melon and squash breeding and genetics.
  85. Leaver, Christopher John Dept. Plant Science, Univ. Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3RB, England. Ph.: 0865 275143, FAX: 0865 275144. Regulationof gene expression during cucurbit growth and development.
  86. Lecouvior, Michel Clause Semences Professionelles, 24, boulevard P. Brossolette, 91221 Bretigny-sur-Orge, France.
  87. Lehmann, Louis Carl Svalof AB, S-268 00 Svalov, Sweden. Ph.: 46-418-67200, FAX: 46-418-67081. E-mail: louis.lehmann@vf.slu.se.
  88. Levy, Roni Rua General Antonio Fernandes, Dantes No. 221, Bell, Horizonte, Assu, R/N 59-650-000, Brazil. Fertigation of cucurbits in sandy soils (and effects on shelf life); pollination effects on fruit deformities.
  89. Lim, Haktae Department of Horticulture, Kangnung National University, Kangnung, Kangwon-Do, South Korea, 210-702. Plastid gene regulation; organelle genetics; RFLP mapping; somatic hybridization.
  90. Lin, Depei Xinjing August 1st Agric. College, Department of Horticulture, Urumqi, 830052, People's Rep. China.
  91. Love, Stephen Loyd. Aberdeen R&E Center, P.O. Box AA, Aberdeen ID, 83210. Ph.: (208) 397-4181, FAX: (208) 397-4311. Small scale private watermelon breeding with emphasis on adaptation to cold climates.
  92. Lower, Richard. L. Coll. Agriculture, Univ. Wisconsin, 1450 Linden Drive, Room 136, Madison, WI 53706. Ph.: (608) 262-2349, FAX: (608) 262-4556. E-mail: richard.lower@mail.admin. wisc.edu. Effects of plant type genes on yield, sex-expression, growth parameters, pest resistance & adaptability..
  93. Loy, J, Brent Plant Biology Dept, Nesmith Hall, University of New Hampshire, Durham NH 03824. Ph.: (603) 862-3216, FAX: (603) 862-4757. Squash, melon, pumpkin. Genetics, breeding, plasticulture, mulch, rowcovers.
  94. Mackay, Wayne A. Texas A&M Research & Extension Center, 1380 A&M Circle, El Paso, TX, 79927. Ph.: (915) 859-9111, FAX: (915) 859-1078. Tissue culture & breeding..
  95. Maluf, Wilson Roberto DAG/ESAL, Cx Postal 37, 37200-000, Lavras-MG, Brazil.Ph.: (035) 821-4793, FAX: (035) 829-1100. Cucumbers, melons, squashes.
  96. Maneesinthu Likhit Chia Tai Company, Limited, 299-301 Songsawad Road. Sampuntawong, Bankok, Thailand. 10100. Ph.: (662) 2338191, FAX: (662) 2371540. Breeding and seed production of cucumber, watermelon, squash and pumpkin.
  97. Marshall, Dale E. USDA-ARS. Farrall Agr. Eng. Hall, Michigan State University, EAst Lansing, MI, 48824-1323. Ph.: (517) 353-5201, FAX: (517) 353-8982.
  98. Maynard, Donald N. Univ. Florida-IFAS, Gulf Coast R&E Ctr., 5007 60th Street East, Bradenton FL, 34203. Ph.: (813) 751-7636, FAX: (813) 751-7639. Tropical moschata improvement; watermelon variety evaluation and production practices.
  99. McCreight, J. D. USDA-ARS, 1636 E. Alisal St., Salinas, CA 93915. Ph.: (408) 755-2864, FAX: (408) 753-2866. Melon breeding and genetics.
  100. McClurg, Charles A. University of Maryland, Department of Horticulture. College Park, MD 20742-5611. Ph.: (301) 405-4342, FAX: (301) 314-9308., E-mail: cm29@umail.umd.edu. Production and culture of cucurbit crops.
  101. McGrath, Desmond John. Dept. Primary Ind., Hortic. Res. Sta., P.O. Box 538, Bowen. 4805. Queensland, Australia. Ph..: +61-77-852255, FAX: +61-77-852427. Disease resistance in Cucumis melo, particularly gummy stem blight..
  102. Meadows, Mike Rogers NK Seed Co., 10290 Greensway Road, Naples, FL 33961.
  103. Merrick, Laura C. Dept. Plant, Soil & Environ.Sci., Deering Hall, University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469. Ph.: (207) 581-2950, FAX: (207) 581-2199. Cucurbita evolution, cucurbit germplasm evaluation and conservation, ethnobotany and evolution.
  104. Milotay, Peter Vegetable Crops Research Institute, P. O. Box 116, Kecskemet, 6000, Hungary.
  105. Miranda, Baldwin Rogers NK Seed Co., 10290 Greenway Road, Naples, FL 33961. Ph.: (813) 775-4090, FAX: (813) 774-6852.
  106. Mochizuki, Tatsuya Kurume Br, Natl Res Inst Veg/Orn/Tea, 1823 Mii-machi, Kurume, Fukuoka 830, Japan.
  107. Mohamed, Yousisf Fadlalla Dept. Plant Pathology, Fac. Agric. Sci., Univ. Gezira, Wad Medani, P.O. Box 20, Sudan.
  108. Moraghan, Brian J. Asgrow Seed Co. P.O. Box 667, Arvin, CA 93203. Ph.: (805) 854-2360, FAX: (805) 854-4379. Melon and watermelon breeding and disease resistance.
  109. More, T.A. Dept. Vegetable Crops, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, 110012, India.
  110. Morelock, Ted Dept. Horticulture & Forestry, University of Arkansa, Fayetteville, AR, 72701. Ph.: (501) 575-2603.
  111. Munger, H.M. Cornell University, 252 Emerson Hall, Ithica NY 14853. Ph.: (607) 255-1661, FAX: (607) 255-6683. Cucurbit breeding and disease resistance.
  112. Murdock, Brent A. Coll. Agric., Sultan Qaboos Univ., P.O. Box 34, Al-Khod 123, Muscat, Sultinate of Oman. Watermelon breeding; genetic improvement of neglected tropical vegetables.
  113. Nagai, Hiroshi Instituto Agronomico, Cx. Postal 28, 13.100-Campinas, Sp., Brazil.
  114. Navazio, John Univ. Wisconsin, Dept. Horticulture, 1575 Linden Drive, Mdison, WI, 53706. Ph.: (608) 238-7407, FAX: (608) 262-4743. Breeding for increased carotenes in cucumber and squash.
  115. Nechama Shulamit Breeding Department, Mivhor Farm, Post Sde Gat 79570, Israel .
  116. Ng, Timothy J. Department of Horticulture, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742-5611 .Ph.:: (301) 405-4345, FAX: (301) 314-9308. E-mail: tng@grad.umd.edu. Melon breeding and genetics; postharvest physiology; seed germination.
  117. Niemirowicz-Szczytt, Katarzyna Dept. Genetics & Hort Plant Breeding, Nowoursynowska str. 166, 02-766, Warsaw, Poland. Ph.: 4309-82, FAX: 47-15-62. Cucumber, melon, winter and summer squash, watermelon - genetics, breeding, tissue culture, biotechnology.
  118. Norton, J.D. Department of Horticulture, Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 36830. Ph.: (205) 844-3031, FAX: (205) 844-3131. Multiple disease resistant melon and watermelon.
  119. Nourizadeh, Saeid Purdue University, 1165 Horticulture Bldg., West Lafayette, IN 47907-1165. Ph.: (317) 494-1300, FAX: (317) 494-0391.
  120. Nuez, Fernando Cat. de Genetica, ETS Ingen. Agron., Univ.Politecnica, Camino de Vera,14, Valencia, Spain.
  121. Nugent, Perry USDA-ARS, U.S. Vegetable Laboratory, 2875 Savannah Highway, Charleston, SC, 29414. Ph.: (803) 556-0840. Melon and watermelon inheritance studies, pest resistance, stress resistance, and fruit quality.
  122. Nukal, Balaji Petoseed Woodland Research Station, 37437 State Highway 16, Woodland CA, 95695. Ph.: (916)666-0931, FAX: (916)668-0219.
  123. Om, Young-Hyuan Horticulture Experiment Station, 540 Tap-Dong, Suwon 441-440, Republic of Korea. Ph.: 82-0331-290-6151, FAX: 82-0331-295-9548.
  124. Omara, Sadig Khdir Dept. Horticulture, Fc. Agric. Sciences, University of Gezira, Wad-Medani, P.O. Box 20, Sudan.
  125. Oridate, Toshiroh 15 Karasawa, Minami-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken, Japan.
  126. Ortea, Sergio Garza Univ. Sonora, Dept. Agric. y Ganad., A.P. Postal 305, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. Breeding of Cucurbita spp.; testing of new muskmelon lines.
  127. Ouyang, Wei Petoseed Woodland Research Station, 37437 State Highway 16, Woodland, CA, 95695. Ph.: (916) 666-0931, FAX: (916) 668-0219. Squash & cucumber breeding.
  128. Owens, Ken. Petoseed Woodland Research Station, 37437 State Highway 16, Woodland, CA 95695. Ph.: (916) 666-0931, FAX: (916) 668-0219. Cucumber breeding.
  129. Palomares, Gloria. Dept Biotechnologia, Univ Politecnia, Camino de Vera, 14, 46022 Valencia, Spain.
  130. Paris, Harry Division of Vegetable Crops, A.R.O., Newe Ya'ar Expt. Station, P. O. Haifa, Israel . Ph.: 972-4-894516. Breeding and genetics of squash, melon and watermelon.
  131. Perl-Treves, Rafel Dept. Life Science, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel 52900. E-mail F61177@barilvm.
  132. Peter, K.V. Natl. Ressearch Ctr for Spices, ICAR, Post Bag No. 1701, Marikunnu P.O. Calicut - 673 012, Kerala, India.
  133. Picard, Florence Vilmorin, La Menitre, 49250 Beaufort-en-Vallee, France.
  134. Pierce, Lawrence 3091 Lynview Drive, San Jose, CA, 95148. Ph.: (408) 258-0307.
  135. Pierce, Vicki 1583 Endicott Drive, San Jose, CA 95122 Ph.:: (408) 258-0307.
  136. Pitrat, Michel I.N.R.A., BP 94, 84143 Montfavet cedex, France. Ph.: (33) 903163 00, FAX: (33) 31 63 98, E-mail: Michel.Pitrat@avignon.infra.fr Melon, disease resistance, mutants, genetic map.
  137. Pootstchi, Iraj 97 St. Marks Road, Henley-on-Thames RG9 1LP, England.
  138. Price, E. Glen American Sunmelon Research Center, P.O. Box 153, Hinton, OK 73047. Ph.: (405) 542-3456, FAX: (405) 542-3457. Seedless watermelon; polyploidy, genetics, breeding, cytogenetics.
  139. Provvidenti, Rosario Cornell University, Dept. Plant Pathology, NY State Agric. Experiment Sta., Geneva, NY, 14456-0462. Ph.: (315) 787-2316, FAX: (315) 787-2389. Breeding & genetics of resistance to viral diseases of cucumber, squash, melon, watermelon & other cucurbits.
  140. Punja, Zamir K. Dept. BioSciences, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C. V5A 1S6, Canada.
  141. Quemada, Hector Asgrow Seed Co.,/Upjohn Co., 9612-50-1, Kalamazoo, MI 49001. Ph.: (616) 337-9400, FAX: (616) 337-9418. Biotechnology, breeding, pathology.
  142. Raharjo, Simon H.T. Dept. Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C. V5A 1S6, Canada. Ph.: (604) 291-3090, FAX: (604) 291-3496. Tissue culture, genetic transformation and disease resistance of cucumber.
  143. Ray, Dennis Department of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721. Ph.: (602) 621-7612, FAX: (602) 621-7186. E-mail: dtray@ccit.arizona.edu. Genetics and cytogenetics of Cucumis melo and Citrullus spp.
  144. Reuling, G. Nunhens Zaden B.V., P.O. Box 4005, 6080 Haelen, The Netherlands, Ph.: 04759-9222, FAX: 04759-9223/5104.
  145. Rhodes, Billy B. Clemson Univ./Horticulture, Poole Agricultural Center, Clemson, SC 29634-0375. Ph.: (803) 656-0410, FAX: (803) 656-0410. Watermelon genetics, breeding, micropropagation, disease resistance, male sterility, triploids.
  146. Robinson, R. W. Dept. Hort. Sci., New York State AES, Hedrick Hall, Geneva, NY 14456-0462 . Ph.: (315) 787-2237, FAX: (315) 787-2397. Breeding and genetics of cucurbits.
  147. Roig, Luis A. Departamental Biotechnology, ETS.Ingen. Politec., Camino de Vera 14, 46022-Valencia, Spain. Ph.: 34(6) 3877424, FAX: 34(6) 3877429.
  148. Rumsey, Anthony E. New World Seeds Pty Ltd., P.O. Box 18, Dural 2158, 22-24 Crosslands Road, Galston, N.S.W., Australia.
  149. Scheirer, Douglas M. The Nestle Food Co./Baking//Libby 216 N. Morton Ave., P.O. Box 198, Morton, IL, 61550.Ph.: (309) 263-2133. Breeding, culturalpractices, etc., associated withprocessing pumpkin (Cucurbita moschata) Dickinson.
  150. Schnock, Martin G. Norsingen, Fridolin-Mayer-Strasse 5, D-7801 Ehrenkirchen, Fed. Rep. Germany.Ph.: 07633-13095.
  151. Schroeder, Robert Harold Harris Moran Seed Co., R.R. 1, Box 1243, Davis, CA. 95616. Ph.: (916) 756-1382, FAX: (916) 756-1016. Incorporating disease resistance into useful commercial cultivars.
  152. Schultheis, Jonathan R. Dept. Hortioculture, 264 Kilgore Hall, North Carolina St. University, Raleigh, NC 27695-7609. Ph.: (919) 515-3131, FAX: (919) 515-7747.
  153. Semillas Fito, S.A. c/. Selva de Mar, 111,08019, Barcelona, Spain.
  154. Shann, David A. Arthur Yates & Co., Pty. Limited, Research Farm, Burroway Road, Naromine, N.S.W. 2821, Australia. Ph.: (068) 89-1144.
  155. Shiffris, Oved 21 Walter Avenue, Highland Park, NJ 08904. Ph.: (908) 246-0028. Regulation of the B genes in Cucurbita.
  156. Shiga, Toshio Plant Biotech. Ctr., Sakata Seed Corp., 358 Uchikoshi, Sodegaura, Chiba, 299-02 Japan. Ph.: 0438-75-7276, FAX: 0438-75-2594. Cell biology.
  157. Shintaku, Yurie 2-10-2, Shimizu, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, 167, Japan.
  158. Simon, Philipp W. 5125 Lake Mendota Drive, Madison, WI 53705. Ph.:: (608) 264-5406, FAX: (608) 262-4743. E-mail: simon@macc.wisc.edu. Breeding and genetics.
  159. Sipeyre, Bruno Mas de Rouzel, Chemin des Canaux, 30900 Nimes, France. Ph.: 66.84.21.32, FAX: 66.38.09.42.
  160. Skirvin, Robert M. Univ. Illinois, Dept. Horticulture, 1707 S. Orchard St., Urbana, IL 61801. Ph.: (217) 333-1530. Micropropagation, somaclonal variation.
  161. Staub, Jack E. USDA, ARS, Dept. Horticulture, Univ. Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706-1590. Ph.: (608) 262-0028, FAX: (608) 262-4743. Cucumber breeding & genetics, physiology, biochemical genetic markers, evolution, environmental stress.
  162. Stephenson, Andrew G. 208 Mueller Lab, Penn State University, University Park, PA, 16802. Ph.: (814) 863-1553, FAX: (814) 865-9131, E-mail: as4@psuvm.psu.edu.
  163. Stern, Joseph Royal Sluis Inc., 910 Duncal Road, San Juan Bautista, CA 95045.
  164. Stevens, M. Allen Petoseed Woodland Research Station, 37437 State Highway 16, Woodland, CA, 95695. Ph.: (916) 666-0931, FAX: (916) 668-0219. Direction of research..
  165. Tatlioglu, Turan Institut of Applied Genetics, Univ. Hannover, Herrenhauser Str. 2, 3000 Hannover, Germany.
  166. Taurick, Gary Ferry Morse Seed Company, P.O. Box 392, Sun Prarie, WI 53590.Ph.: (608) 837-6573, FAX: (608) 837-3758. Population improvement and hybrid development for cucumber and summer squash.
  167. Teppner, Herwig Institute of Botany, Univ. Graz, Holteigasse 6, A-8010 Graz, Austria. Ph.: 316-380-5656, FAX: 216-38-12-21. Systemastics, morphology, ecology, crops & medicinal plants (teaching) and small scale breeding.
  168. Thomas, Claude E. USDA-ARS, U.S. Vegetable Labaratory, 2875 Savannah Highway, Charleston, SC 29407.
  169. Tolla, Greg Asgrow Seed Company, Rt. 1, Box 1907, Tifton, GA, 31794. Ph.: (912) 386-8701, FAX: (912) 386-8805. Cucumber breeding and genetics.
  170. Trulson, Anna Petoseed Woodmand Research Station, 37437 State Highway 16, Woodland, CA 95695. Ph.: (915) 666-0931,. FAX: (916) 668-0219. Cucumbers, melons, squash, watermelon.
  171. Vakalounakis, Demetrios J. Plant Protection Inst. N.A.R.F., P.O. Box 1803, 711 10 Heraklion Crete, Greece. Ph.: 081-245858.
  172. van Deursen, S. Sluis & Groot Research, Blaker 7, 2678 L W de Lier, The Netherlands
  173. van Kooten, Hank Bruinsma Selectiebedrijven B.V., P.O. Box 24, 2670 AA Naaldwijk, The Netherlands.
  174. van Leeuwen, Loes Sementi Nunhems, Via Ghiarone, 2, 40019 S. Agata Bolognese, Italy.
  175. Vardi, Eyal Hazera Ltd., Mivhor Farm Doar, Sede Gat 79570, Israel.
  176. Vecchio, Franco Pioneer Hi-Bred Italia SpA, via Provinciale 42/44,43018 Sissa (PR), Italy.
  177. Walters, Terrence The Cucurbit Network, 2066 Brookwood Drive, Colorado Springs, CO, 80918.
  178. Wang, Ming Department of Horticulture, Northwestern Agricultural University, Yangling, Shaanxi 712100, P.R. China.
  179. Wann, E. Van South Central Agric. Res. Lab, USDA-ARS, P.O. Box 159, Lane, OK, 74555. Ph.: (405) 889-7395, FAX: (405) 889-5783. Stress tolerance in cucumber.
  180. Warid, Warid A. Paseo de las Fuentes No. 18, Col. Valle Verde, 83200 Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. Breeding of cucurbits.
  181. Wasilwa, Lusike Dept. Horticulture & Forestry, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 72701.
  182. Watterson, Jon Petoseed Woodland Research Station, 37437 State Highway 16, Woodland, CA 95695, Ph.: (916) 666-0931, FAX: (916) 668-0219. Cucurbit disease resistance..
  183. Wehner, Todd C. Dept. Horticultural Science, Box 7609, North Carolina St. Univ., Raleigh, NC 27695-7609. Ph.: (919) 515-5363, FAX: 919) 515-7747, E-mail: todd_wehner@ncsu.edu Pickling/slicing cucumber, watermelon, luffa gourd; selection, disease resistance, yield, genetics & chilling.
  184. Wessel-Beaver, Linda Department of Agronomy & Soils, College of Agriculture, Univ. Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, PR, 00708. Ph.: (809) 832-4040, FAX: (809) 265-0220. Pumpkin & squash breeding; disease resistance; insect resistance.
  185. Whiteaker, Gary Nunhems Seed Corporation, 221 East Main Street, Lewisville, ID 83431. Ph.: (208) 754-8666, FAX: (208) 754-8669.
  186. Williams, Tom V. Rogers NK Seed Co., 10290 Greenway Road, Naples, FL 33961. Ph.: (813) 775-4090. FAX: (831) 774-6852. Watermelon breeding.
  187. Winkler, Johanna Saatzucht Gleisdorf, Ges. m.b.g. & Co. KG, Am Tiberhof 33, 8200 Gleisdorf, Austria.
  188. Wolff, David W. Texas A&M Experiment Station, 2415 East Hwy. 83, Weslaco, TX 78596-8399. Ph.: (512) 968-5585, FAX: (210) 968-0641, E-mail: d-wolff@tamu.edu.
  189. Wu, Mingzhu Hort. Inst. Xinjiang Acad. Agric. Sci.. Nanchang Road NO. 38, Urumqi, Xinjiang, People's Rep. China.
  190. Wunderlin, Richard P. Institute for Systematic Botany, Dept. Biology, Univ. South Florida, Tampa, FL, 33620-5150. Ph.: (813) 974-2359, FAX: (813) 874-3557. E-mail: rwunder@cfrvm.cfr.usf.edu. Taxonomy of neotropical species; Zanoniodeae.
  191. Wyatt, Colen Petoseed Woodland Research Station, 37437 State Highway 16, Woodland, CA 95695. Ph.: (916) 666-0931, FAX: (916) 668-0219.
  192. Yamanaka, Hisako Yamato-Noen Co., Ltd. 100, Byodobo-cho, Tenri-City NARA, Japan 632. Tel: 07436-2-1182. Ph.: 07436-2-1182.
  193. Yan, Yin Institute of Vegetable & Flower, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science, Beijing 100081, P.R. China.
  194. Yorty, Paul Rogers NK Seed Co., P.O. Box 104, Twin Falls, ID, 83303-0104. Ph.: (208) 733-0077. Cucurbit breeding.
  195. Yukura, Yasou 46-7, 3-Chome, Miyasaka, Setagaya-Ku, Tokyo, Japan.
  196. Zhang, Jiannong Melon Research Institute, Gansu University of Agriculture, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730070, P.R. China.
  197. Zhang, Xingping Department of Horticulture, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, 29634-0375.
  198. Zhao, Yanru Beijing Vegetable Research Center, P.O. Box 2443, Beijing 100081, P.R. China. Ph.: 861-8414433-3011. Breeding of resistance to WMV and ZYMV in watermelon (Citrullus lanatus L.).
  199. Zitter, Thomas Cornell Univ., Dept. Plant Pathology, 334 Plant Science Building, Ithica, NY 14853-5908. Ph.: (607) 255-7857, FAX: (697) 255-4471, E-mail: tax1@cornell.edu. Fungal and viral disease resistance.
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