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Militza Carrero-Colon
Crop Production and Pest Control Research
Biological Science Technician

Phone: (765) 494-8088
Fax: (765) 469-3452
Room 2-319

915 WEST STATE STREET
LILY HALL
WEST LAFAYETTE , IN 479072054

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
TILLInG by Sequencing: Successful approach to identify rare alleles in soybean populations -
Thapa, R., Carrero-Colon, M., Rainey, K.M., Hudson, K.A. 2019. TILLInG by Sequencing: Successful approach to identify rare alleles in soybean populations. Genes 2019. 10(12): 1003. https://doi.org/10.3390/genes10121003.
Combination of novel FAD3C and FAD3A mutations for low linolenic acid soybeans -
Held, J., Carrero-Colon, M., Hudson, K.A. 2019. Combination of novel FAD3C and FAD3A mutations for low linolenic acid soybeans. Molecular Breeding. 2:190006. https://doi.org/10.2134/age2019.01.0006.
New alleles of FAD3A confer reduced linolenic acid trait to soybean seeds -
Thapa, R., Carrero-Colon, M., Addo-Quaye, C., Held, J., Dilkes, B., Hudson, K.A. 2018. New alleles of FAD3A confer reduced linolenic acid trait to soybean seeds. Crop Science. 58(2):713-718. https://doi.org/10.2135/cropsci2017.08.0490.
New alleles of FATB-1A to reduce palmitic acid levels in soybean -
Thapa, R., Carrero-Colon, M., Hudson, K.A. 2016. New alleles of FATB-1A to reduce palmitic acid levels in soybean. Crop Science. 56:1-5.
Novel FAD2-1A alleles confer an elevated oleic acid phenotype in soybean seeds -
Thapa, R., Carrero-Colon, M., Crowe, M.D., Gaskin, E.L., Hudson, K.A. 2015. Novel FAD2-1A alleles confer an elevated oleic acid phenotype in soybean seeds. Crop Science. 56:226-231.
Mutations in SACPD-C result in a range of elevated stearic acid concentration in soybean seed -
Carrero-Colon, M., Abshire, N., Sweeney, D., Gaskin, E., Hudson, K.A. 2014. Mutations in SACPD-C result in a range of elevated stearic acid concentration in soybean seed. PLoS One. 9(5): e97891. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0097891.