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2018 Fall Seminars

PLSC 790 Graduate Seminar

Mondays at 3:30 pm, Loftsgard 114

DatePresenterTitle
Sept. 10 A Century of Unraveling the Wheat B Genome Origins: What We Know and What Remains Unsolved
Sept. 17 Kyla Splichal Light Quality in Greenhouse Grown Vegetables: What This Means and How It Affects Produce Quality
Sept. 24 Andrej Svyantek Shape Ain't Nothing but a Number: Genomic Selection for Grain Morphology
Oct. 1 Kutay Yilmaz Alfalfa Root Reserves, Forage Yield and Quality in Response to Harvest Management
Oct. 8 Felicity Merritt Efficiency of Biofuel Production from Coffee Residues Compared to Common Energy Crops
Oct. 15 Adam Walz Powdery Mildew in Hops: Pathology, Genetics & Resistance
Jonathan Vollmer Rhizoctonia (Rhizoctonia Solani) Root Rot Management in Sugarbeet (Beta Vulgaris L.): Examining Alternatives to Fungicides
Oct. 22 Bryce Andersen Environmental Assessment for Dedicated Biomass Energy Crops vs. Crop Stover Removal Systems
Sergio Cabello Leiva Using Nanoparticles for Improved Micronutrient Uptake in Crops
Oct. 29 Alan Peterson Biochar Amendment Influences on Nutrient Cycling, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and Crop Yield
Nov. 5 Edgar Romero Escobar Glyphosate Effects on Biological Properties of Soils
Nov. 12 No Class Holiday
Nov. 19 Nick Theisen Methods for Controlling Fusarium Head Blight (Fusarium Graminearum) to Reduce Agronomic Impacts on Malting Barley
Evan Salsman Prospects of Removing Gliadin Epitopes in Wheat
Nov. 26 Kelly Satrom Metabolic Herbicide Resistance in Waterhemp (Amaranthus Tuberculatus)
Dec. 3 Matthew Brooke Could Diploids Be the Future of Potato Breeding? 4x or 2x, That Is the Question

 

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