Hort 509/510 Seminar Series
THURSDAYS from 2:50 – 3:40 pm
WSU Pullman – Johnson Hall Room 204 (transmitted via AMS). Everyone is welcome to attend.
|Jan 12||Dr. Michael Knoblauch – Studies on long distance transport in plants using the equipment of the Franceschi Microscopy and Imaging Center|
|Jan 19||Dr. Jay Norelli – Genotyping-By-Sequencing Markers Facilitate the Identification of Quantitative Trait Loci Controlling Resistance to Penicillium expansum in Malus sieversii|
|Jan 26||Dr. Markus Keller – Cold injury in grapes: From damage to model|
|Feb 2||Dr. Tim Waters – Insect Management in Potatoes: Preserving Yield, Quality and Profitability
|Feb 9||Dr. Scott Harper
|Feb 16||Dr. Lav Khot
|Feb 23|| Dr. Dee Posey – What I’ve Learned from Flipping My Classroom
|Mar 9|| Graham Ellis, Rachel Rudolph, Fei Luo – Horticulture Graduate Student Organizations and Activities
|Mar 16|| NO SEMINAR – Spring Break
|Mar 23||Edgard Jauregui – Structure-function relationships of calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase (CCaMK): agricultural and ecological impacts — Abstract|
|Mar 30||Danielle Guzman – Developing pre-breeding resources for Pyrus — Abstract|
|Apr 6||Kathryn Bolding – Adjusting in-row spacing of two cultivars, Russet Burbank and Clearwater Russet, effecting in-season attributes and post-harvest economics grown in the Columbia Basin — Abstract
|Apr 20||Whitney Garton – Apple Anthracnose Canker in Western Washington – Abstract
Questions? Contact Dr. Matt Whiting.
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