Managing Global Resources for a Secure Future

2017 Annual Meeting | Oct. 22-25 | Tampa, FL

50 Crop Breeding & Genetics Oral I

Oral Session
C01 Crop Breeding and Genetics
This session will provide oral presentation opportunities in the general area of Crop Breeding and Genetics. The session will consist of a mix between 15-minute presentations and rapid fire 5-minute presentations each tied to a poster. Following the rapids, we will convene to the poster session.
Monday, October 23, 2017: 9:20 AM-11:30 AM
Tampa Convention Center, Room 24

Seth C Murray
Seth C Murray
9:20 AM
Introductory Remarks
9:25 AM
Molecular Marker Analysis of Progeny Origins in Sibling-Mating and Crossing Populations of Inbred Lowland Switchgrass.
John H. Baker, Oklahoma State University; Yanqi Wu, Oklahoma State University; Michael P. Anderson, Oklahoma State University; Vijaya Gopal Kakani, Oklahoma State University; Lan Zhu, Oklahoma State University
9:40 AM
What's Changing from 55 Years of Sorghum Breeding?.
Brian K. Pfeiffer, Texas A&M University; Dennis R. Pietsch, Texas A&M University; Ronnie W. Schnell, Texas A&M University; William L. Rooney, Texas A&M University
9:55 AM
A MAGIC Population-Based Genome-Wide Association Study Reveals Functional Association of GhRBB1_A07 Gene with Superior Fiber Quality in Cotton.
David Fang, USDA-ARS; Sarifu Islam, USDA-ARS; Gregory Thyssen, USDA-ARS; Johnie N. Jenkins, USDA-ARS; Linghe Zeng, USDA-ARS; Jack McCarty, USDA-ARS; Donald C. Jones, Cotton Incorporated
10:10 AM
Dissection of Soil Waterlogging Tolerance in Soft Red Winter Wheat through Integration of Genomic Approaches.
Andrea Acuna, University of Arkansas; Richard Esten Mason, University of Arkansas; Amanda Holder, University of Arkansas; Maria Arguello Blanco, University of Arkansas; Habibullah Hayat, University of Arkansas; Dennis Nicuh Lozada, University of Arkansas; Gina L Brown-Guedira, USDA-ARS Plant Science Research Unit
10:25 AM
Breeding Cowpea for Resistance to Striga Gesnerioides in the Nigerian Dry Savannas Using Marker Assisted Selection.
Lucky O Omoigui, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture; Alpha Y. Kamara, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture; Michael P Timko, University of Virginia
10:40 AM
Evidence of Local Adaptation in Breeding Wheat for Weed-Competitive Ability.
Lisa Kissing Kucek, USDA-ARS; Heather M. Darby, University of Vermont; Julie Dawson, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Michael Davis, Cornell University; Mark E. Sorrells, Cornell University
10:50 AM
Effect of Soybean Genotypes on the Carry-over Nitrogen Supplied to Winter Rye Cover Crop.
Raphael Lemes Hamawaki, Southern Illinois University; Curtis Wolf, Southern Illinois University; Stella Kantartzi, Southern Illinois University
10:55 AM
Role of the Epicuticular Wax Locus Bloomless2 in Sugarcane Aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) Resistance.
Karen Harris-Shultz, USDA-ARS; Somashekhar Punnuri, Fort Valley State University; Joseph Knoll, USDA-ARS; Xinzhi Ni, USDA-ARS; Hongliang Wang, USDA-ARS
11:00 AM
Introgression from Triticum Turgidum Ssp. Polonicum into Durum and Bread Wheat.
John Giles Waines, University of California-Riverside; Adam J. Lukaszewski, University of California-Riverside
11:05 AM
Rapid Isolation of Loss of Function Mutations for Dominant Traits: A Case Study Using Photoperiod Response Gene in Cotton.
Linglong Zhu, North Carolina State University; Vasu Kuraparthy, North Carolina State University
11:10 AM
Identifying Potential Avenues for Increasing GRAIN Number UNDER Post Anthesis HEAT Stress Condition.
Sumit Pradhan Shrestha, University of Florida; Jahangir Khan, University of Florida; Muhsin Avci, University of Florida; Dipendra Shahi, University of Florida; Jia Guo, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Atik Rahman, University of Florida; Md A. Babar, University of Florida
11:15 AM
Question and Answer
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
Continue with C-1 Oral 5min and Poster