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 1/15/20143:30 pmDr. Eric GallandtUniversity of MaineWeed Management in Organic Farming Systems: Mental Models, Seedling and Seedbank ManagementWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 1/22/20143:30 pmDr. Steve WellerDepartment of Horticulture and Landscape ArchitecturePurdue UniversityAfrican Indgenous Vegetables (AIV's) for Food, Nutrition and Income Security of Smallholder Farmers in Eastern AfricaWSLR 116
NoNoYes
 1/29/20143:30 pmDr. Stan GelvinDepartment of BiologyPurdue UniversityManipulating the plant genome to enhance Agrobacterium-mediated plant genomic transformationWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 2/5/20143:30 pmDr. Ron MittlerUniversity of North TexasTBAWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 2/12/20143:30 pmDr. Esperanza TorresDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityExploration of microbial soil communities in Andean Ecosystems: Who is there and why we careWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 2/19/20143:30 pmDr. Rebecca DicksteinUniversity of North TexasA transporter controls nodulation and root development in MedicagoWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 2/26/20143:30 pmDr. Joey SpataforaOregon State UniversityPhylogenomics of fungal secondary metabolismWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 3/5/20143:30 pmDr. Tom WolpertOregon State UniversityVictoria Blight: When Defense Becomes DefenselessWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 3/6/20141:30 pmDr. Lynda Ciuffetti2014 Distinguished Agricultural AlumnaOregon State University"Multicomponent Analyses of Virulence in the Wheath Pathogen Pyrenophora tritici-repentis"PFEN, Deans Auditorium
NoNoNo
 3/7/201410:30 amDr. Mauricio Lopes2014 Distinguised Agricultural AlumnusPresident, EMBRAPA"Development of a Science-Based Advanced Tropical Agriculture in Brazil"PFEN, Deans Auditorium
NoNoNo
 3/12/20143:30 pmDr. Kevin GibsonDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityTBAWSLR 116
NoNoYes
 3/13/20149:30amDr. Ryan BusbyUS Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Champaign, ILCANDIDATE FOR THE ROOT/RHIZOSPHERE BIOLOGY FACULTY POSITION"Microbial Intervention:  Affecting Root-Microbe Interactions for Ecosystem Management"LILY, Room 2425
NoNoNo
 3/26/20143:30 pmDr. Inga ZasadaUSDAA new potato cyst nematode, Globodera ellingtonae: pathogen or biological curiosityWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 3/27/20149:30amDr. Daniela FlossBoyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, Cornell UniversityCANDIDATE FOR THE ROOT/RHIZOSPHERE BIOLOGY FACULTY POSGibberellin/DELLA signaling: A key component in establishing functional arbuscular mycorrhizasLILY, Room 2425
NoNoNo
 4/1/20149:30amDr. Lori PhillipsAgriBio, Centre for AgriBioscience, Victoria, AustraliaCANDIDATE FOR THE ROOT/RHIZOSPHERE BIOLOGY FACULTY POSITIONHarnessing the potential of the plant microbiomeLILY, Room 2425
NoNoNo
 4/2/20143:30 pmDr. William CurranPlant SciencePenn State UniversityHerbicide resistant weeds and resulting integrated management renaissance or fallacy: a perspective outside the biggest battlesWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 4/3/20149:30 amDr. Gordon McNickleWilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, CanadaCANDIDATE FOR THE ROOT/RHIZOSPHERE BIOLOGY FACULTY POSITIONPlants, games and foraging behaviour: scaling from the rhizosphere to ecosystemsWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 4/8/20149:30amDr. Ullas PedmaleThe Salk Institute for Biological Science, La Jolla, CACANDIDATE FOR THE PLANT HORMONE BIOLOGY FACULTY POSITIONMolecular Events Underlying Growth in Response to a Changing Light EnvironmentWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 4/9/20143:30 pmDr. Marisa OteguiDepartment of BotanyUniversity of WisconsinPlant Endosomes in signaling and developmentWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 4/10/20149:30amDr. Zuyu ZhengThe Salk Institute for Biological Science, La Jolla, CACANDIDATE FOR THE PLANT HORMONE BIOLOGY FACULTY POSITIONMetabolic regulation of phytohormone homeostasisLILY, Room 2425
NoNoNo
 4/14/20149:30amDr. Gyeong Mee YoonUniversity of North CarolinaCANDIDATE FOR THE PLANT HORMONE BIOLOGY FACULTY POSITIONNew insights into ethylene biosynthesis and signalingWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 4/16/20143:30 pmDr. Brandon MathenyUniversity of TennesseeOrigins and patterns of diversification in ectomycorrhizal fungiWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 4/22/20149:30amDr. Dan EgelExtension Plant Pathologist, SWPACCandidate for Clinical Engagement Faculty positionFaculty Status for the Vegetable Pathology Position at Purdue University:  An OpportunityWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 4/23/20143:30 pmMr. Chris BachDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityEvaluation of selective media used for the detection of Listeria monocytogenes from Romaine LettuceWSLR 116
YesNoNo
 4/24/20149:30amDr. Tom CreswellDirector of the Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory (PPDL)Candidate for Clinical Engagement Faculty PositionPlant Problem Diagnostics at PurdueWSLR 116
NoNoNo
 4/30/20143:30 pmMr. Jorge DiazDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityTBAWSLR 116
YesNoNo
 5/7/20143:30 pmMr. Fei WangDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityTBAWSLR 116
NoYesNo