Botany and Plant Pathology Seminar Series
Semester:  Fall 2015

Wednesdays at 3:30 pm
Whistler Hall of Agricultural Research (WSLR) - Room 116 (unless noted)

 Seminar Series

1/13/2016Dr. Brad BinderDepartment of Biochemistry & Cellular & Molecular BiologyUniversity of Tennessee"Ethylene Signaling and Perception: Not Just for Plants Anymore"
1/27/2016Ms. Chenxing NiuDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue University"Functional and structural analysis of FST1 in Fusarium verticillioides"
2/3/2016Dr. Robert WaltzIndiana State Chemis & Seed CommissionerPurdue University"Science Working in the Forefront of Policy"
2/10/2016Ms. Gaelle HollandbeckDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue University"Effect of volunteer corn density of deoxynivalenol production by Fusarium graminearum in hybrid corn"
2/17/2016Dr. Ben Bond-LambertyTerrestrial Proc & Adaptation ScientistPacific Northwest National Laboratory"Using tree rings, C02 fluxes, and long-term measurements to understand carbon dynamics in an Alaskan Boreal Forest"
2/24/2016Dr. Luis VidaliLife Sciences & Bioengineering CenterWorcester Polytechnic InstituteSeminar has been cancelled
3/2/2016Dr. Greg BonitoDepartment of Plant, Soil & Microbial SciencesMichigan State UniversityTBA
3/9/2016Dr. Jyothi ThimmapuramBioinformatics Core DirectoryPurdue UniversityBioinformatics Core - Services and Resources
3/23/2016Dr. Shunyuan XiaoDepartment of Plant Science & Landscape ArchitectureUniversity of Maryland"Protein targeting and membrane biogenesis at the plant-fungal interface"
3/30/2016Mr. Timothy TubbsDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityAssessments of moisture content and hermetic storage of maize
4/6/2016Ms. Martha Patricia Romero LunaDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityStenocarpella maydis: Learning new information about an old corn pathogen
4/13/2016Mr. Joseph HeneghanDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityWaterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus var. rudis) Biology and Management in Indiana
4/20/2016Dr. Febina MathewSOSU Extension Oilseeds Plant PathologistSouth Dakota State University"Pathogenicity of Diaporthe species causing soybean stem canker"
4/27/2016Mr. Dustin HoughtonDepartment of Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityTBA

* In partial fulfillment of requirements for M.S.
** In partial fulfillment of requirements for Ph.D.

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