371 Symposium--Harvesting Domesticated and Wild Genomes for Genes for Crop Improvement.

Oral Session
C07 Genomics, Molecular Genetics & Biotechnology With next generation sequencing becoming more accessible, genomes of many cultivars, land races and wild species can be used more efficiently as sources of new variation and genes.


C01 Crop Breeding & Genetics, C08 Plant Genetic Resources
Wednesday, October 24, 2012: 8:25 AM-11:00 AM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Room 204, Level 2

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John Fellers
8:30 AM
Genetic Variation for Retrotransposon Derived Si RNAs in Maize.
Wesley Barber, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Qing Li, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Matthew Hudson, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Stephen Moose, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
9:00 AM
9:30 AM
Utilization of Crop Wild Diversity: Application of Genomics.
Scott Jackson, University of Georgia; Rod Wing, University of Arizona; Doreen Ware, USDA-ARS; Phillip McClean, North Dakota State University; Jeremy Schmutz, HudsonAlpha; Jane Grimwood, HudsonAlpha; Randy Shoemaker, USDA-ARS; Perry B. Cregan, USDA-ARS; Jeff Doyle, Cornell Univ.
10:00 AM
Analysis of Genetic Variation in Polyploid Wheat by Whole-Exome Capture.
S. Wang, Kansas State University; Cyrille Saintenac, Kansas State University; Jorge Dubcovsky, University of California Davis; J. Michael Bonman, USDA-ARS; Luther Talbert, Montana State University; Eduard Akhunov, Kansas State University
10:30 AM
Multitrait Association Mapping: Analysis of Quantitative Resistance to Maize Diseases.
Randall Wisser, University of Delaware; Judith M. Kolkman, Cornell University; Megan E. Patzoldt, University of Delaware; James Holland, USDA-ARS; Jianming Yu, Kansas State University; Matthew Krakowsky, USDA-ARS; Rebecca J. Nelson, Cornell University; Peter J. Balint-Kurti, USDA-ARS
11:00 AM