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 1/9/20133:30 pmDr. Alan McHughenUniversity of California, RiversideThe role of agricultural biotechnology in a sustainable human futureWSLR 116
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 1/16/20133:30 pmDr. Bob PruittDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversitySalad, Salmonella and DNA sequencing: Tales of fresh produce and foodborne illnessWSLR 116
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 1/23/20133:30 pmMr. Guotian LiDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityMst50 is involved in mulitple signaling pathways in Magnaporthe oryzaeWSLR 116
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 1/30/20133:30 pmDr. Ann PowellAssociate ResearcherUniversity of California, DavisUNIFORM RIPENINGis a Golden 2-like Transcription Factor Regulating Chloroplass in Developing Fruit and is Critical for the Improvement of Sugars and Nutrients in Ripe FruitWSLR 116
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 2/6/20133:30 pmDr. Martin DickmanChristine Richardson Professor and Director,Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnology Texas A & M UniversityModulation of Programmed Cell Death for Fungal Disease Development/Stress Tolerance in PlantsWSLR 116
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 2/13/20133:30 pmMr. Paul MarquardtDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityHerbicide-resistant voluneer corn and impacts on weed management and insect resistant managementWSLR 116
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 2/20/20133:30 pmDr. Corby KistlerARS,University of MinnesotaA toxic character: How the pathogenic fungus Fusarium makes toxins and avoids self-destructionWSLR 116
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 2/27/20133:30 pmMr. Chris DugardDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityUtilizing next-generation sequencing technology to rapidly identify cell wall mutantsWSLR 116
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 3/6/20133:30 pmDr. Scott PoethigPatricia Williams Professor, Department of BiologyUniversity of PennsylvaniamiRNAs and the regulation of shoot maturation in plantsWSLR 116
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 3/20/20133:30 pmMs. Nimnara YookongkaewDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityAnalysis of metallothionein (MT)-deficient Arabidopsis plants demonstrates MTs are involved in Cu homeostasisWSLR 116
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 3/21/20139:30 pmDr. Xuehua ZhongUniversity of California, Los AngelesCandidate for Epigenetic and Chromatin Biology Position in Botany and Plant PathologyEpigenetic regulation in Arabidopsis thalianaPFEN, Room 241, Deans Auditorium
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 3/25/20139:30 pmDr. Israel AusinCentro Nacional de Biotechnologia, Madrid, SpainCandidate for Epigenetic and Chromatin Biology Position in Botany and Plant PathologyUncovering New Proteins in the RdDM PathwayWSLR 116
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 3/27/20133:30 pmDr. Alemu MengistuUSDA, ARSCrop Genetics Research Center, Jackson, TNCharcoal rot of soybean- a challenging disease to identify resistanceWSLR 116
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 3/28/20139:30 pmDr. Damon LischUniversity of California, BerkeleyCandidate for Epigenetic and Chromatin Biology Position in Botany and Plant PathologyA canary in the coalmine: what one transposon can tell us about epigenetic silencing in plants.PFEN, Room 241, Deans Auditorium
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 4/3/20133:30 pmDr. Harkamal WaliaAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Nebraska, LincolnSub1A-mediated submergence tolerance in riceWSLR 116
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 4/5/20139:00 amDr. Jian-Min ZhouInstitute of Genetics and Developmental BiologyChinese Academy of Science, Bejing, ChinaBIK1, a multi-task immune kinase in plantsWSLR 116
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 4/10/20133:30 pmDr. Caitlyn AllenProfessor and Department ChairUniversity of WisconsinDoing Well by Making Do: How Ralstonia solanacearum does practically everything with nitrateWSLR 116
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 4/11/20139:30 amMs. Jessica SchaferCandidate for the Weed Science Faculty Position in the Department of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityGlyphosate-resistance: the role of soil microorganismsPFEN, Room 241 - Deans Auditorium
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 4/15/20139:30 amDr. Muthukumar BagavathiannanCandidate for the Weed Science Faculty Position in the Department of Botany and Plant PathologyUniversity of ArkansasInnovative, Advanced Research to Address Emerging Weed ProblemsPFEN, Room 241 - Deans Auditorium
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 4/17/20133:30 pmMr. Bemnet MengeshaDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityMolecular characterization of resistance to Botrytis cinerea and Alternaria salani in Solanum speciesWSLR 116
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 4/22/20139:30 amDr. Bryan YoungCandidate for the Weed Science Faculty Position in the Department of Botany and Plant PathologySouthern Illinois UniversityDepth, Collaborative, and Adaptive:  Core Aspects of Sustainable Research ProgramsPFEN, Room 241 - Deans Auditorium
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 4/24/20133:30 pmDr. Guri JohalDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityRedesigning corn plant architecture to boost its health and productivityWSLR 116
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 5/1/20133:30 pmMs. Jessica SchaferDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityDo soil microorganisms play a role in the evolution of glyphosate resistance in weeds?WSLR 116
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 2/6/20143:30 pmDr. Lynda Ciuffetti"Multicomponent Analyses of Virulence in the Wheat Pathogen Pyrenophora tritici-repentis"WSLR 116
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 3/6/20141:30 pmDr. Lynda Ciuffetti2014 Distinguished Agricultural AlumnOregon State University"Multivcomponent Analyses of Virulence in the Wheat Pathogen Pyrenophora tritici-repentis"PFEN, Deans Auditorium, (Room 241)
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