187 Graduate Student Poster Competition

Poster Session
C01 Crop Breeding & Genetics

C-1 sponsors a graduate student poster competition. These entries will be grouped by crop species.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Lower Level

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Georgia Eizenga
Poster #118
Tall Fescue (Lolium arundinaceum) QTLs Associated with Fall Growth, Winter Survivability, and Spring Green-up in a Mediterranean by Continental Cross.
Ryan Dierking, University of Missouri-Columbia; Malay Saha, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Robert Kallenbach, University of Missouri
Poster #119
Disease and Pest Resistance of 6 Synthetic Wheat Lines.
Kayse Onweller, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Peter Baenziger, University of Nebraska; Patrick Byrne, Colorado State University; Cheryl Baker, USDA-ARS; Stephen Wegulo, University of Nebraska; Robert Bowden, USDA-ARS; Ming Chen, Kansas State University; Christina Cowger, North Carolina State University; Yue Jin, USDA-ARS; Satyanarayana Tatineni, USDA-ARS; Janelle Counsell-Millhouse, University of Nebraska
Poster #120
Inheritance and Mapping of Novel Stem Rust Resistance of Wheat Landrace, PI 410966.
Ben Campbell, Purdue University; Yue Jin, USDA-ARS Cereal Disease Laboratory; George C. Buechley, Purdue University; Herbert Ohm, Purdue University
Poster #121
Identification of Natural Null Alleles at Three VRN-2 Genes and Their Potential Application in Hexaploid Wheat.
Chor Tee Tan, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Oklahoma State University; Xinkai Zhu, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Oklahoma State University; Shuanghe Cao, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Oklahoma State University; Liuling Yan, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Oklahoma State University
Poster #122
Risk of Gene Introgression From Drought Tolerant Wheat to Jointed Goatgrass In the U.S. Great Plains.
Bethany F. Econopouly, Colorado State University; John K. McKay, Colorado State University; Philip Westra, Colorado State University; Nora L. Lapitan, Colorado State University; Scott D. Reid, Colorado State University; Patrick F. Byrne, Colorado State University
Poster #123
Selection for Visual Starchiness In the Endosperm of a su1 Population Alters Zein Protein Accumulation.
Leah Viesselmann, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Anastasia Bodnar, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University; M. Paul Scott, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University; USDA-ARS Corn Insects and Crop Genetics Research Unit; William Tracy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Poster #124
Did Recurrent Selection for Yield Affect Iowa Stiff Stalk Synthetic Maize Population Grain Fill Characteristics?.
Steven Eichenberger, Iowa State University; Fernando Miguez, Iowa State University; Jode Edwards, USDA-ARS; Allen Knapp, Iowa State University
Poster #125
Transgenic Corn Rootworm Protection (HERCULEX® XTRA) Improves Maize Nitrogen Uptake and Grain Yield in the Intermated B73 x Mo17 Population.
Jason Haegele, University of Illinois Department of Crop Sciences; Jeff B. Church, Dow AgroSciences; Michael Letchworth, Dow AgroSciences; Frederick E. Below Jr., University of Illinois
Poster #126
Association Mapping of Carotenoid Candidate Genes and CO2 Assimilation in Sorghum.
Maria Salas-Fernandez, Iowa State University; Mark Westgate, Iowa State University; Emily Heaton, Iowa State University; Katie Strand, Iowa State University
Poster #127
The Genetic, Environmental, and GxE Effects on Oil Quality and Yield In Camelina Sativa (L.) Crantz.
Jean-Nicolas Enjalbert, Colorado State University; Jerry Johnson, Colorado State University
Poster #128
Time of Cutting and Genetic Selection Affect Non Structural Carbohydrates and Some Attributes of Nutritive Value in Alfalfa.
Caroline Chouinard-Michaud, Universite Laval; Real Michaud, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Yves Castonguay, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Annick Bertrand, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Gilles Belanger, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Gaetan Tremblay, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Robert Berthiaume, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Guy Allard, Universite Laval
Poster #129
Improving Germination and Emergence In Low Phytate Soybeans.
Sarah Burleson, Virginia Tech; Katy Rainey, Virginia Tech; Laura Maupin, Virginia Tech; Luciana Rosso, Virginia Tech
Poster #130
Quantitative Trait Locus Mapping for Protein Content in Soybean Using Two Genetically Connected Populations.
Carrin Carlson, North Carolina State University; Andrea Cardinal, North Carolina State University
Poster #131
Genetic Analysis of Resistance to Soybean Mosaic Virus In PI61947.
Ehsanollah Shakiba, University of Arkansas; Pengyin Chen, University of Arkansas; Andrew Scaboo, University of Arkansas
Poster #132
Do Major Quantitative Trait Loci for Resistance to Common Bacterial Blight in Common Bean Interact Additively?.
Kelli Durham, University of Guelph; Elizabeth Lee, University of Guelph; Kangfu Yu, Agriculture and Agri-food Canada; K. Peter Pauls, University of Guelph; Alireza Navabi, University of Guelph
Poster #133
Molecular Mapping of QTL for Early Maturity in Peanut.
Franco Villegas Chirinos, North Carolina State University; Thomas Isleib, North Carolina State University; Steven Knapp, University of Georgia; Susana Milla-Lewis, North Carolina State University
Poster #134
In Vitro Induction of Autotetraploids In Wild Peanut (Arachis paraguariensis).
Olubunmi Aina, University of Florida; Kenneth Quesenberry, University of Florida; Maria Gallo, University of Florida