207 Symposium--Technological Advances Driving the Next Green Revolution: High Throughput Genotyping

Oral Session
C07 Genomics, Molecular Genetics & Biotechnology

The development of high-throughput genomics techniques, including next generation sequencing, will change the way that geneticists and breeders characterize their research and breeding lines. This symposium will focus on the exploitation and application of some of these techniques for high throughput genotyping.


A11 Biometry, C01 Crop Breeding & Genetics, C02 Crop Physiology and Metabolism
Tuesday, November 2, 2010: 8:15 AM-11:55 AM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 102C, First Floor

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Katrien Devos and Stephen Moose
Stephen Moose
8:15 AM
Introductory Remarks
9:30 AM
Reduced Representation Sequencing for Rapidly Genotyping Diverse Species.
Sharon Mitchell, Cornell University; Robert Elshire, Cornell University; J.C. Glaubitz, Cornell University; Q. Sun, Cornell University; Doreen Ware, USDA-ARS; Michael Gore, USDA-ARS; P.A. Schweitzer, Cornell University; Edward Buckler, Cornell University
10:00 AM
Assessment of Genetic Variation In Spring and Winter Wheat Populations Using Illumina High-Throughput SNP Genotyping Assay.
Eduard Akhunov, Kansas State University, Department of Plant Pathology; Jorge Dubcovsky, University of California-Davis; Jan Dvorak, University of California, Davis; Mingcheng Luo, University of California-Davis; Stephen Baenziger, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Rustam Matnyazov, Kansas State University, Department of Plant Pathology; Robert Bowden, USDA-ARS; Dale Clark, WestBred LLC; Luther Talbert, Montana State University Dept.. of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology; James Anderson, University of Minnesota; Susan Dreisigacker, CIMMYT; Karl Glover, South Dakota State University; Jianli Chen, University of Idaho; Kimberly Campbell, USDA-ARS; Philip Bruckner, Montana State University; Jackie Rudd, Texas Agrilife Research-Amarillo; Scott Haley, Colorado State University; Brett Carver, Oklahoma State University; Robyn Sims, WestBred; Mark Sorrells, Cornell University; Shiaoman Chao, USDA-ARS
10:30 AM
10:50 AM
The Maize Genome: New Complexities and Opportunities.
Patrick S. Schnable, Iowa State University; Nathan Springer, University of MN; Jeff Jeddeloh, Roche NimbleGen, Inc
11:20 AM
Carmen de Vicente, International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI)
11:50 AM
Concluding Remarks
11:55 AM