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National Program 301: Plant Genetic Resources, Genomics and Genetic Improvement
FY 2005 Progress Reports
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Title

Location

Principal Investigator

Transformation for Disease Resistance in Floral Crops Monocots

 

Washington, D.C.

Kamo

Genetic Improvement of Floral Crops for Pest, Disease, and Stress Tolerance and Ornamental Qualities

 

Washington, D.C

 

Griesbach

Genetics, Genetic Resource Evaluation, and Genetic Improvement of Landscape Trees and Shrubs

 

Washington, D.C

 

Pooler

Developing Non-Invasive Nursery Crops

 

Washington, D.C

 

Pooler

Developing Non-Invasive Nursery Crops: Genetic Engineering Approaches

 

Washington, D.C

 

Strauss

Genetics, Genetic Improvement, and Improved Production

Efficiency of Nursery Crops

 

McMinville, TN

Fare

Environmental Resource Management Systems for Nurseries, Greenhouses,

and Landscapes

 

Nashville, TN

Catanzaro

Development of Detection and Protection Technologies for Viruses and Bacteria

of Major Significance to Ornamental and Nursery Crops

 

Beltsville, MD

Jordan

Detection of Viruses in Verbena at All Stages of Its Propagation Cycle

 

Washington, DC

Dodds

Studies on Multiplication, Movement, and Distribution of Tobacco

Mosaic Virus and Other Tobamoviruses Within Petunia

Columbus, OH

Lewandowski

Biology and Pathogenesis of Ralstonia solanasearum Race 3 on Geraniums

 

Madison, WI

Allen

Bacterial Wilt Host Relationships

 

Gainesville, FL

Norman

Detection of Potyvirus in Verbena Tissue Culture Propagation Material

 

Corvallis, OR

Putnam

IPM-Based Strategies for Biological Control of Greenhouse

and Vegetable Crop Pests

 

Ithaca, NY

Wraight/Vandenburg

Integrated Management of Anthropod Pests and Root Rot Diseases

of Greenhouse Floriculture

 

Ithaca, NY

Sanderson

Novel Strategies and Technologies for Management of Water Molds and Foliar Blights Affecting Floral Crops

 

East Lansing, MI

Hausebeck

Reducing Root Rot, Bulb Rot, and Vascular Wilt Disease Losses in Floral Crops

by Improvements in Pathogen Tracking and Management

 

Riverhead, NY

Daughtrey

Improving Crop Protection Technology for Horticulture Crops

 

Wooster, OH

Derksen

Improved Application Technology for Pest Control and Bioregulating Agents

 

Wooster, OH

Derksen

Floriculture Germplasm Enhancement: Using Genetic Engineering to Improve Post-production Quality

 

Wooster, OH

Jones/Krause

Evaluation of Chemical and Biological Factors Affecting the Emerald Ash Borer

 

Wooster, OH

Smitley/Reding

Biology and Control of the Emerald Ash Borer

 

 Wooster, OH

McCullough/Reding

Characterization of Variation and Mechanisms of Resistance and Susceptibility

of Asian and North American Ash Species to Emerald Ash Borer

 

Wooster, OH

Herms

Ornamental Plant Germplasm Center

 

Ames, IA

Widrlechner

Validating Risk-Assessment Models for the Evaluation of Non-Native

 

Glencoe, IL

Bristol

Sustainable Floriculture Production

 

Davis, CA

Jiang

Develop Mathematical Models to Manage Irrigation, Fertilization,

 

Davis, CA

Lieth

Etiology, Epidemiology, and Management of Diseases of Deciduous

Tree Fruits and Nuts and Small Fruit

 

Davis, CA

Kluepfel

Control of Plant Parasitic Nematodes and Root Diseases in Ornamental

 

Davis, CA

Caswell-Chin

 

 

 

Development of Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Floriculture Crops

 

Davis, CA

Parella

Production of Nursery Crops Using Saline Ground Waters, Wastewaters, Run-Off and Recycled Greenhouse Effluents

 

Riverside, CA

Grieve

National Clonal Germplasm Repository for Citrus and Dates

 

Riverside, CA

Lee

Control of Soil Borne Pathogens in Greenhouse Production

 

Riverside, CA

Stranghelli

Biology and Management of Soilborne Diseases and Soil- and Root-Inhabiting

Microorganisms

 

Corvallis, OR

Linderman

Phytophthora ramorum in Nursery Crops: Infection Biology and Epidemiology

 

Corvallis, OR

Grunwald

Development of Biologically-Based Strategies for Managing Insect

Pests of Horticultural Crops

 

Corvallis, OR

Fisher

Floriculture and Nursery Crop Production with Reduced Cultural

and Pest Management Inputs

 

Weslaco, TX

Heinz

Management Strategies for Thrips and Tospoviruses on Cut Flowers/Specialty

Crops, Potted Crops, and Bedding Plants

 

Urbana, IL

Cloyd

Nutrient, Pesticide, and Water Management for Horticulture

Crop and Water Quality Protection

 

Ft. Pierce, FL

Albano

Determination of Runoff Quantity and Quality of Container-Grown

Plant Production

 

Gainesville, FL

Yeager

Use of Wetland Systems to Treat Nursery Runoff

 

Clemson, SC

Whitwell

Irrigation Method and Substrate Composition for Nutrient and Water

Use Efficiency for Containerized Nursery Crops

 

Raleigh, NC

Bilderback

Bioremediation Systems to Treat Nursery Runoff

 

Gainesville, FL

Wilson

Development of cDNA Microarrays for Gene Expression Research

in Floricultural Crops

 

Gainesville, FL

Clark

Management of Root-Knot Nematodes in Field Production

of Floral and Ornamental Crops

 

Gainesville, FL

McSorley

Management of Whitefly Biotypes on Floral and Nursery Crops

 

Ft. Pierce

Osborne

Development of SSR’s and Retrotransposons for Fingerprinting

and Molecular Markers in Floral Crops

 

Raleigh, NC

Moyer

Host Specificity and Genetic Diversity of Floriculture Isolates

of Phytophthora cryptogea

 

Raleigh, NC

Benson

Persistence of Impatiens Necrotic Spot Virus in Selected Crop Production Systems

 

Raleigh, NC

Moyer


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