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Graduate Students Win Awards at Symposium

Graduate Student Symposium participants gave research presentations, which were judged and scored by a panel of NDSU Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology faculty. First, second and third place awards were presented.

Congratulations to winners of the 29th Annual Plant Science Graduate Student Symposium held March 22-23!  Participants gave presentations in three categories, and four out of nine awards were won by NDSU students. In the Agronomy, Weed Science, Plant Ecology and Physiology category, Danielle Fiebelkorn placed second with her presentation, “Effects of Acclimation on Survival of Winter Pea (Pisum sativum L.) in Artificial Conditions,” and Osvaldo Tueber placed third with his presentation, “Performance and Production of Forage Brassicas in North Dakota.”  In the Plant Genetics and Breeding category, Mona Mazaheri placed second with her presentation, "Developing a High Resolution-Radiation Hybrid Map of Barley Chromosome 3H.”  In the Plant Pathology category, Jon Richards won first place for his presentation, “Unraveling the Complexity of the Net Form Net Blotch Resistance Locus on Barley Chromosome 6H.”  Click here to see photos of the award winners.

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