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 8/21/20133:30 pmDr. Jeff RosichanDow AgroSciencesIndianapolis, IndianaDevelopment of New Technologies through Collaborations in AgricultureWSLR 116
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 8/28/20133:30 pmDr. Steve HallettDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityWhy the Green Revolution Failed and the Next One Will TooWSLR 116
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 9/4/20133:30 pmDr. Christopher GilpinPurdue Life Science Microscopy FacilityPurdue UniversityElectron Microscopy-much more than a magnifying glass!WSLR 116
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 9/11/20133:30 pmDr. Jason SlotDepartment of Plant PathologyOhio State UniversityHow fungal genomes are poised for ecological shiftsWSLR 116
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 9/18/20133:30 pmMr. Sandeep MarlaDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityClose link between plant metabolism and immunity revealed by adult plant  resistance in maize to Cochliobolus carbonum race 1WSLR 116
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 9/25/20133:30 pmSeminar CancelledWSLR 116
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 10/2/20133:30 pmDr. Janna BeckermanDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityIPM: Integrated Paradox ManagementWSLR 116
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 10/9/20133:30 pmDr. Lindsey DutoitDepartment of Plant PathologyWashington State UniversityEstablishing a Career in Applied Plant PathologyWSLR 116
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 10/16/20133:30 pmDr. Jordan BaileyDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityPurdue University HerbariaWSLR 116
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 10/23/20133:30 pmDr. Chris StaigerDepartment of Biological SciencesPurdue UniversityActin stochastic dynamicsWSLR 116
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 10/30/20133:30 pmDr. Kerry O'DonnellUSDAPeoria, IllinoisInvasive Ambrosia Beetles' Inordinate Fondness for FusariumWSLR 116
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 11/6/20133:30 pmMr. Bemnet MengeshaDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityMechanisms of tomato basal resistance to fungal infection WSLR 116
NoYesNo
 11/13/20133:30 pmDr. Bob Kemerait Department of Plant PathologyUniversity of GeorgiaExtension, Disease Management and Agronomic Crops: In defense of “relevance”WSLR 116
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 11/20/20133:30 pmDr. Diane BasshamDepartment of BotanyIowa State UniversityDegradation of Cellular Components by Autophagy: from Molecules to OrganellesWSLR 116
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 12/4/20133:30 pmMr. Zachary SextonDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityNorth vs. South: Researching charcoal rot in a new regionWSLR 116
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 12/11/20133:30 pmDr. Aaron Smith Department of Biological SciencesLouisiana State UniversityProbing the phosphate and arsenate activities of plant high affinity phosphate transportersWSLR 116
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