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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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David Couillard
Vegetable Research
Biological Science Technician (Plants)
David.Couillard@ars.usda.gov
Phone: (843) 402-5300 ext. 2264
Fax: (843) 573-4715

2700 SAVANNAH HWY
CHARLESTON, SC, 24914-5334


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Using genotyping-by-sequencing to develop broccoli markers for construction of a high-density linkage map and to identify quantitative trait loci associated with heat tolerance - (Abstract Only) - (16-May-16)
Quantitative trait loci mapping of heat tolerance in a doubled haploid population of broccoli using genotyping-by-sequencing - (Abstract Only)
Branham, S., Couillard, D.M., Stansell, Z.J., Farnham, M.W. 2016. Quantitative trait loci mapping of heat tolerance in a doubled haploid population of broccoli using genotyping-by-sequencing. Plant and Animal Genome Conference. P0950.
Genetic diversity and population structure of collard landraces and their relationship to other Brassica oleracea crops - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Branham, S., Couillard, D.M., Stansell, Z.J., Farnham, M.W. 2015. Genetic diversity and population structure of collard landraces and their relationship to other Brassica oleracea crops. The Plant Genome. 8(3):1-11.
Genetic diversity and population structure of collard landraces collected in the Southeast - (Abstract Only) - (01-May-15)
Using weighted trait indices to select the best performing broccoli hybrids in multi-site and multi-year trials - (Abstract Only) - (01-May-15)
Collard land races are novel sources of glucoraphanin and other aliphatic glucosinolates - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stansell, Z.J., Cory, W., Couillard, D.M., Farnham, M.W. 2015. Collard land races are novel sources of glucoraphanin and other aliphatic glucosinolates. Plant Breeding. 134:350-355.
Genetic diversity and population structure of collard landraces - (Abstract Only) - (15-Jan-15)
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