106 Genetics, Breeding and Stress Responses of Turfgrass Graduate Student Competition

Poster Session
C05 Turfgrass Science Graduate student poster competition on topics related to breeding, genetics and stress responses of turfgrasses
Monday, October 22, 2012: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Exhibit Hall AB, Level 1

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Brian Horgan
Poster #716
Hormone Changes of Annual Bluegrass and Creeping Bentgrass in Response to Cold Acclimation and Deacclimation.
Lindsey Hoffman, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Michelle DaCosta, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Lawrence Kramer, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Poster #717
Responses of Compositional Mixes of Kentucky Bluegrass, Creeping Red Fescue, and Alkaligrass to Ice Melter.
Yang Gao, North Dakota State University; Deying Li, North Dakota State University
Poster Presentation
  • Three way mix5.pdf (739.7 kB)
  • Poster #718
    Mapping Gray Leaf Spot Resistance Genes in St. Augustinegrass.
    Steven Mulkey, North Carolina State University; Maria Zuleta, North Carolina State University; Bangya Ma, North Carolina State University; Lane P. Tredway, North Carolina State University; Susana R. Milla-Lewis, North Carolina State University
    Poster #719
    Bermudagrass Characteristics Affected by Shade.
    Kyungjoon Koh, Oklahoma State University; Greg Bell, Oklahoma State University; Yanqi Wu, Oklahoma State University
    Poster #720
    Ni Toxicity and N Metabolism of Two Warm-Season Turfgrass Species.
    Nicholas Menchyk, Clemson University; Frank, Jr. Bethea, Clemson University; Haibo Liu, Clemson University
    Poster #721
    Annual Bluegrass Suppression Through the Utilization of Phosphorus Sensitive SIZ1 Transgenic Creeping Bentgrass.
    Nicholas Menchyk, Clemson University; Zhigang Li, Clemson University; Hong Luo, Clemson University; Haibo Liu, Clemson University
    Poster #722
    Understanding Cuticle Morphology Differences Between WT and TG (AVP1) Creeping Bentgrass Using Fractal Analysis.
    Frank, Jr. Bethea, Clemson University; Dara Park, Clemson University; Andrew Mount, Clemson University; Nicholas Menchyk, Clemson University; Haibo Liu, Clemson University
    Poster #723
    Physiological Responses and Gene Expression of Kentucky Bluegrass Under Salt Stress.
    Lijun Wang, Utah State University; Paul Johnson, Utah State University; B. Bushman, USDA-ARS
    Poster #724
    Differences in Ryegrass Cultivars When Used As a Nursecrop.
    Tanner Arwine, Tarleton State University; Raymondo Molina, Tarleton State University; Hennen D. Cummings, Tarleton State University; John R. Bow, Texas Agrilife Research-Stephenville; James P. Muir, Texas A&M AgriLife Research-Stephenville
    Poster #725
    Improving Perennial Ryegrass Seed Production in Northern Minnesota: Developing Metabolomics-Assisted Selection Techniques for Crown and Stem Rust Resistant Cultivar Development.
    Eric Koeritz, University of Minnesota; Adrian Hegeman, University of Minnesota; Eric Watkins, University of Minnesota; Nancy Ehlke, University of Minnesota, Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics