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 8/22/20123:30 pmDr. Dan KliebensteinDepartment of Plant SciencesUniversity of CaliforniaUsing network biology to to identify quantitative genetic variation altering signaling to both plant host and generalist pathogensWSLR 116
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 8/29/20123:30 pmMr. Jared RoskampDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityThe influence of carrier water properties on the efficacy and solubility of herbicidesWSLR 116
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 9/5/20123:30 pmDr. Christie WilliamsUSDA/ARS, Adjunct Professor in EntomologyPurdue UniversityLess is more: Wheat defense against the Hessian flyWSLR 116
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 9/12/20123:30 pmMr. Leonard GianessiCrop Protection Research Inst.Crop Life Foundation, Washington D.C.The Worldwide Importance of Pesticides for Crop ProductionDean's Auditorium, PFEN
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 9/19/20123:30 pmDr. Tim FriesenDepartment of Plant PathologyNorth Dakota State UniversityStagonospora nodorum blotch on wheat; exposing the arsenal of a necrotrophic pathogenWSLR 116
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 9/26/20123:30 pmDr. Jan  E. LeachDepartment of Bio agricultural Sciences & Pest ManagementColorado State UniversityWading through the murky paddies: Understanding durable disease resistance in riceWSLR 116
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 10/3/20123:30 pmDr. Richard WilsonDepartment of Plant PathologyUniversity of NebraskaFeeding frenzy: Mechanisms of in planta nutrient utilization during infection by the rice blast fungusWSLR 116
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 10/10/20123:30 pmDr. Eric SchmelzUSDAUniversity of FloridaNew insights on maize defense against insects and pathogensWSLR 116
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 10/17/20123:30 pmMr. Yang LiuDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityIntegration of fungicide and host resistance for control of dollar spot (Sclerotinia homoeocarpa) on creepingWSLR 116
NoNoYes
 10/24/20123:30 pmDr. Jim CorrellUniversity of ArkansasApplied plant pathology in the era of genomicsWSLR 116
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 10/31/20123:30 pmMs. M. Patricia RomeroDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityInheritance and mapping of genes associated with Diplodia ear rot resistance in maizeWSLR 116
YesNoNo
 11/7/20123:30 pmMr. Matthew AndreattaDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityThe forces driving genome evolution in green plants WSLR 116
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 11/14/20124:00pmDr. Doug SchemskeDepartment of Plant BiologyMichigan State UniversityEcological genetics of adaptation in the model plant Arabidopisis thalianaMJIS 1001
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 11/21/20123:30 pmNo SeminarNo SeminarWSLR 116
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 11/28/20123:30 pmDr. Kevin GibsonDepartment of Botany and Plant PathologyPurdue UniversityCan Biochar Be Used To Improve Prairie Restoration?WSLR 116
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 12/13/20121:30pmDr. Martha Cecilia GiraldoDepartment of Plant PathologyKansas State UniversitySecretion of Magnaporthe oryzae cytoplasmic effectors occurs by a Golgi-independent mechanism during biotrophic invasion of riceWSLR 116
NoNoNo