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PBPG Ph.D. Student Exit Seminar (6/11/09): “Maize Transformation Efficiency Increase via RNAi-mediated Suppression of Chromatin-Associated Genes”

Please join us for Annie McGill’s Ph.D. Thesis Seminar:

Maize Transformation Efficiency Increase via RNAi-mediated Suppression of Chromatin-Associated Genes

10AM on Thursday, June 11, 2009 in room 351 Plant Sciences

Advisor: Heidi Kaeppler

PBPG Ph.D. Student Exit Seminar (5/15/09): “Variation for Cold-Induced Sweetening, Maillard Reaction Products, and Invertase SNPs in Solanum Germplasm”

Please join us for Leah McCann’s Ph.D. Thesis Seminar:

Variation for Cold-Induced Sweetening, Maillard Reaction Products, and Invertase SNPs in Solanum Germplasm

9AM on Friday, May 15, 2009 in room 351 Plant Sciences

Advisors: Phil Simon and Paul Bethke

PBPG Ph.D. Student Exit Seminar (5/7/09): “Characterizing Plastome Variation and its Contribution to Chilling Injury Tolerance in Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L)”

Please join us for Vanessa Gordon’s Ph.D. Thesis Seminar:

Characterizing Plastome Variation and its Contribution to Chilling Injury Tolerance in Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.)

9AM on Thursday, May 7, 2009 in room 473 Plant Sciences

Advisors: Phil Simon and Jack Staub

PBPG/Agronomy Special Seminar (4/27/09): Dr. Mark Sorrells, Cornell, “Association Breeding Strategies for Crop Improvement”

Please join us for a special Agronomy Colloquium (D.C. Smith Memorial Lecture):

“Association Breeding Strategies for Crop Improvement”

Mark Sorrells, Cornell University

Monday, April 27, 2009

12-1pm in 1520 Microbial Sciences

PBPG M.S. Student Exit Seminar (4/14/09): “Recurrent Selection for Cold Temperature Seedling Growth in Sweet Corn (Zea mays L.)”

Please Joins us for Leah Visselman’s M.S. Thesis Seminar:

Recurrent Selection for Cold Temperature Seedling Growth in Sweet Corn (Zea mays L.)

Tues, April 14, 1PM, in 128 Plant Sciences

Advisor: Bill Tracy