Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
162: Genes and Genetic Variation in Plant Breeding
Sponsor:C01 Crop Breeding & Genetics
Determination of Target Gene Copy Number in Plants Using QuantiGene Branched DNA Technology.
Cory Cui, Dow AgroSciences, Jill Bryan, Dow AgroSciences, Katherine Armstrong, Dow AgroSciences, Thomas Patterson, Dow AgroSciences, Joan Davies, Panomics, Inc., Botoul Maqsodi, Panomics, Inc., Jason Martin, Panomics, Inc., Gary McMaster, Panomics, Inc.
Evidence of Clustering for the MIC-3 Root-specific Gene Family Associated with Nematode Resistance in Gossypium spp.
Zabardast Buriev, 1Laboratory of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Institute of Genetics and Plant Experimental Biology,, Sukumar Saha, USDA-ARS, I. Y. Abdurakhmonov, 1Laboratory of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Institute of Genetics and Plant Experimental Biology,, J. N. Jenkins, USDA-ARS, A. Abdukarimov, 1Laboratory of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Institute of Genetics and Plant Experimental Biology,, B. E. Scheffler, USDA-ARS, CGRU MSA Genomics Laboratory, D.M. Stelly, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University, M.J.E. Wubben, USDA-ARS
Alternative Crops Research at Western Illinois University.
Fred Iutzi, Western Illinois University, Winthrop Phippen, Western Illinois Univ.
Introgressing genes for perennial habit into sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) via wide crosses.*
Brent Hulke, University of Minnesota, Donald L. Wyse, Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics, University of Minnesota
Differences in Interspecific Crossability Among Tetraploid and Diploid Cotton Species Affect Introgression Efficiency.
Erik Sacks, USDA-ARS
Evaluation of Four Cotton Germplasm Pools for Fiber and Yield Characteristics.
Lori L. Hinze, USDA/ARS, Arlene Tugel, USDA-NRCS
Influence of an Introgressed N. tomentosa QTL on Leaf Number and Correlated Traits in N. tabacum L.
Ramsey Lewis, Crop Science Department, Susana Milla-Lewis, Crop Science Department, Sheri Kernodle, Crop Science Department
Interspecific Sorghum Breeding Using S. macrospermum.
L.C. Kuhlman, Texas A&M University, B.L. Burson, USDA-ARS, P.E. Klein, Texas A&M University, D.M. Stelly, Texas A&M University, W.L. Rooney, Texas A&M University
Two Thumbs Up for Yield Trait Variation in White Lupin RILs.*
Steven Noffsinger, Edzard van Santen, Agronomy & Soils Dept.
QTL for soybean seed yield and agronomic traits in populations derived from exotic lines.
Nanda Chakraborty, Univ of Illinois, Joe Curley, Univ of Illinois, David J. Neece, USDA-ARS, Brian Diers, Univ of Illinois, Randall L. Nelson, USDA-ARS/Univ. of Illinois
Maize races and traits identified from the GEM Project.*
Michael Blanco, USDA-ARS Plant Introduction Station, Candice Gardner, USDA-ARS, Wilfredo Salhuana, Retired Pioneer Fellow, and GEM TSG Chairman, Nuo Shen, USDA-ARS Plant Introduction Station
Enhanced Detection of Inflorescence Architecture QTL in Intermated B73 x Mo17 (IBM) RIL Population.
Torbert Rocheford, AW-101 Turner Hall, Narasimham Upadyayula, University of Illinois
Identification of QTL for Nitrogen Use Efficiency in the IBMRI x IHP1 Population.
Devin Nichols, University of Illinois, Fred Below, University of Illinois, Steve Moose, University of Illinois
Characterization and Analysis of Maize Traits Beneficial to the Lignocellulosic Ethanol Industry.
Aaron Lorenz, University of Wisconsin-Madison, James Coors, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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