305 Crop Physiology and Metabolism: Posters

Poster Session
C02 Crop Physiology and Metabolism
This is a general poster session for crop physiology and metabolism.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC

P.V. Vara Prasad
Poster #714
Water Use Efficiency and Transpiration of Cultivated Soybean Genotypes Under Field Environments.
Lin Li, University of Missouri; Hossein Zakeri, California State University; Andrew Scaboo, University of Missouri; Felix B. Fritschi, University of Missouri
Poster #715
Temperature Control of Node Appearance and Initiation Rate in Soybean.
Fatima Amor Tenorio, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; James Specht, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Timothy Arkebauer, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Kent Eskridge, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Patricio Grassini, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Poster #716
Ultraviolet-B Radiation Alters Soybean Growth and Seed Quality.
K. Raja Reddy, Mississippi State University; Hrusikesh Patro, Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology; Nacer Bellaloui, USDA-ARS; Suresh Lokhande, Iowa State University; Wei Gao, Colorado State University
Poster #717
Heat Tolerant Photosynthesis in Soybean: Are There Beans That Can Beat the Heat?.
Matthew Herritt, University of Missouri; Felix B. Fritschi, University of Missouri
Poster #718
Leaf Shape and Pigments for Heat Resistance in a Pea Association Mapping Panel.
Rosalind A. Bueckert, University of Saskatchewan; Yunfei Jiang, University of Saskatchewan; Thomas D. Warkentin, University of Saskatchewan
Poster Presentation
  • Bueckert Minneapolis upload ASA CSSA 2015.pdf (679.6 kB)
  • Poster #719
    Drought-Induced Phenotypic Differences in Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation in Common Bean.
    Michael J. W. Maw, University of Missouri; Jose Arnulfo Polania, CIAT; Idupulapati M. Rao, CIAT; Felix B. Fritschi, University of Missouri; Steven Beebe, CIAT
    Poster #720
    Gas Exchange, Yield and Seed Quality of Peanut in Response to Decreasing Soil Moisture.
    Maria Balota, Virginia Tech; Jacqueline Hawkins, Center for Bio-Ethical Reform; William Hunter Frame, Virginia Tech; Cindy Denbow, Virginia Tech; Guillaume Pilot, Virginia Tech
    Poster Presentation
  • CSSA 2015-Poster.pdf (1.6 MB)
  • Poster #721
    Coefficients for Modelling the Respiratory Carbon Loss of FIELD-Grown Maize.
    Javier A. Di Matteo, University of Guelph; Elizabeth A. Lee, University of Guelph; Hugh J. Earl, University of Guelph
    Poster Presentation
  • Di Matteo et al., 2015. Poster.pdf (533.0 kB)
  • Poster #722
    Seasonal Patterns of Landrace Maize Root Architecture in Florida Under Limited Nitrogen Input.
    Chaein Na, Gyeongsang National University; Diane L. Rowland, University of Florida; Jerry M. Bennett, University of Florida
    Poster #723
    Nitrogen Deficiency Induced Starch Accumulation in Maize Leaves Is Not Due to Plasmodesmata Occlusion.
    Peng Ning, University of Missouri; Chunjian Li, China Agriculture University; Felix B. Fritschi, University of Missouri
    Poster Presentation
  • Ning et al - 2015 Poster.pdf (3.1 MB)
  • Poster #724
    Effect of Micronutrient Application on Corn Yield.
    Jeff McHugh, University of Missouri
    Poster #725
    Diurnal Temperature Amplitude Alters Physiological and Biochemical Response of Maize during the Vegetative Stage.
    John Sunoj Valiaparambil Sebastian, Kansas State University; Kyle J Shroyer, Kansas State University; Krishna Jagadish S.V., Kansas State University; P.V. Vara Prasad, Kansas State University
    Poster #726
    High Day and Night Temperature Stress Results in Lipid Alterations in Wheat Pollen.
    Sruthi Narayanan, Clemson University; Ruth Welti, Kansas State University; P.V. Vara Prasad, Kansas State University
    Poster #727
    Comparison of Water Stress Treatments in Winter Wheat Grown in Controlled Greenhouse.
    Jhonathan E. Ephrath, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev; Dennis J. Timlin, USDA-ARS; David H. Fleisher, USDA-ARS; Vangimalla R. Reddy, USDA-ARS
    Poster #800
    Physiological Responses and Yield Component Changes of Winter Wheat Genotypes Under Irrigated, Terminal Drought, and Rainfed Conditions.
    Xi Liang, University of Idaho; YUXIU LIU, University of Idaho; Brian Bowman, University of Idaho; Jianli Chen, University of Idaho
    Poster #801
    Root Anatomical Adjustments of Triticale and Soybean to Soil Compaction.
    Tino Colombi, ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology; Achim Walter, ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
    Poster #802
    Effects of Allopurinol Treatment in Suppressing Hypersensitive Reaction-like Symptoms in a Lesion Mimic Line of Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).
    Thumbiko Mkandawire, SDSU; Karl Glover, SDSU; William A. Berzonsky, BayerCrop Science
    Poster Presentation
  • Poster #803
    Long-Distance Signals Feedback Regulation of Physiological and Molecular Responses Under Iron Deficiency in Rice (Oryza sativa).
    Lin Chen, Nanjing Agricultural University; Chengqiang Ding, Nanjing Agricultural University; She Tang, Nanjing Agricultural University; Ganghua Li Sr., Nanjing Agricultural University; Zhenghui Liu, Nanjing Agricultural University; Shaohua Wang, Nanjing Agricultural University; Yanfeng Ding, Nanjing Agricultural University
    Poster #804
    Response of Two Malt-Barley Cultivars to Phosphorus and Sulfur Application in an Alkaline Calcareous Soil.
    Xi Liang, University of Idaho; Christopher W. Rogers, University of Idaho; Juliet M. Marshall, University of Idaho; Gongshe Hu, USDA-ARS; Chris Evans, USDA-ARS; Scott Pristupa, University of Idaho
    Poster #805
    Characterization of Northern Spring Flax As a Winter Crop for Southeast Texas.
    Abdul R. Mohammed, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Lee Tarpley, Texas A&M AgriLife Research
    Poster #806
    Exploring the Yield Potential of Spring Canola - Border Effects in a Controlled Environment Study.
    Hugh J. Earl, University of Guelph; K. Meagan Griffiths, University of Guelph; Joshua Burrows, University of Guelph
    Poster Presentation
  • Earl et al ASA 2015.pdf (1.2 MB)
  • Poster #807
    Photosystem II in Young Cotton Leaves Is Resilient to Heat Stress. Does This This Phenomenon Result in Enhanced Drought Tolerance?.
    Daryl Chastain, Mississippi State University; John Snider, University of Georgia - Tifton; Guy D Collins, North Carolina State; Calvin Perry, University of Georgia; Jared Whitaker, University of Georgia; Seth A Byrd, Texas A&M AgriLife; Timothy L. Grey, University of Georgia; Ronald Sorensen, USDA ARS; John Choinski Jr., University of Central Arkansas
    Poster #808
    Photochemical Reflectance Index and Solar-Induced Fluorescence for Assessing Cotton Photosynthesis Under Water-Deficit Stress.
    Yongjiang Zhang, Agricultural University of Hebei; Mingyu Hou, Agricultural University of Hebei; Huiyun Xue, Agricultural University of Hebei; Liantao Liu, Agricultural University of Hebei; Hongchun Sun, Agricultural University of Hebei; Cundong Li, Agricultural University of Hebei; Xuejun Dong, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center
    Poster #809
    The Effect of DELTA-12 Fatty Acid Desaturase (FAD) GENE Expression on Seedling VIGOR UNDER Cool Temperatures.
    John Snider, University of Georgia - Tifton; Kent Chapman, University of North Texas; Shanmukh Salimath, University of North Texas
    Poster #810
    Identification of Differential Physiological and Molecular Responses in Tolerant and Sensitive Switchgrass Cultivars during Drought Stress.
    Xunzhong Zhang, Virginia Tech; Yiming Liu, Virginia Tech; Jeongwoon Kim, Michigan State University; Guofu Hu, Northeast Agricultural University; Kevin L. Childs, Michigan State University; Bingyu Zhao, Virginia Tech
    Poster #811
    Nutrient Uptake and Concentration in Switchgrass: Is There a Difference Among Ecotypes?.
    Gabriel Esparza, University of Missouri; Michael J. W. Maw, University of Missouri
    Poster #812
    Comparison of Sugarcane and Energy Cane in Growth and Biomass Production.
    Duli Zhao, USDA-ARS; Mike Irey, U.S. Sugar Corporation; Chris LaBorde, U.S. Sugar Corporation; Chen-Jian Hu, U.S. Sugar Corporation
    Poster #813
    Photosynthesis of Three Sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum) Varieties in Two Environmental Conditions.