222 Symposium--Vivid Properties of Seeds: Updates from W-3168 on Aging, Preharvest Sprouting & Dormancy

Oral Session
C04 Seed Physiology, Production & Technology
W-3168 (Environmental and Genetic Determinants of Seed Quality and Performance) is a multi-state research fund project, supported by the USDA's Institute of Food & Agriculture, that facilitates interactive seed biology research among US university and federal laboratories. In this symposium, cutting-edge research updates and state of the art reviews will be presented by project members on seed aging, seed dormancy and preharvest sprouting.

C04 Seed Physiology, Production & Technology

Tuesday, November 17, 2015: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Hilton Minneapolis, Marquette Ballroom IV-V

Marc A. Cohn
Marc A. Cohn
10:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
10:10 AM
Preharvest Sprouting Tolerance in White Wheat, Avoiding the Falling Number Blues.
Camille M. Steber, USDA-ARS; Shantel A. Martinez, Washington State University; Keiko M Tuttle, Washington State University; Tracy J. Harris, USDA-ARS; Kimberly A. Garland-Campbell, USDA-ARS; Arron H. Carter, Washington State University; Mike Pumphrey, Washington State University
10:45 AM
Molecular Genetics of Seed Dormancy in Rice.
Xingyou Gu, South Dakota State University; Jiuhuan Feng, South Dakota State University; Heng Ye, South Dakota State University
11:55 AM
12:00 PM