142 Seed Physiology, Production & Technology: II

Poster Session
C04 Seed Physiology, Production & Technology
This is a general poster session for papers on seed physiology, production & technology.
Monday, November 16, 2015: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC

Marc A. Cohn
Poster #931
Kentucky Bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.) Germplasm for Seed Production without Field Burning.
William J. Johnston, Washington State University; Charles T. Golob, Washington State University; Richard C. Johnson, Washington State University
Poster #932
Agronomic Performance, Seed Quality and Seed Composition Evaluation in Soybean Inbred Lines Exposed to Environmental Stimuli.
Grace Kaudzu, Iowa State University; A. Susana Goggi, Iowa State University; Russell Mullen, Iowa State University
Poster #933
Enhancing Nitrogen Fertilizer Efficiency and Seed Yield in Perennial Ryegrass Crops with Urease Inhibitors.
Nicole P. Anderson, Oregon State University; Thomas G. Chastain, Oregon State University; Carol J. Garbacik, Oregon State University
Poster #934
Transgene Movement in Commercial Alfalfa Seed Production: Implications for Seed Purity.
Sandya Rani R Kesoju, Washington State University; Stephanie L Greene, USDA-Agricultural Research Service; Ruth C Martin, USDA-Agricultural Research Service; Matthew H Kramer, USDA-Agricultural Research Service
Poster #935
Accumulation of Oil and Protein Content in Developing Cottonseeds.
Neha Kothari, Texas Agrilife Research; Drew Sturtevant, University of North Texas; Jane K. Dever, Texas Agrilife Research-Lubbock; Kent Chapman, University of North Texas; Richard G. Percy, USDA-ARS; Lori Hinze, USDA-ARS