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Collaborations

The Physiology and Pathology of Tree Fruits Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

HUDSONALPHA INSTITUTE FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY, HUNTSVILLE, AL
  • Transcriptome Sequencing and Enterprise Genome
  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA
  • Enhanced Discovery of Genetic Factors Related to Postharvest Fruit Quality Traits
  • Non-Destructive Detection of Sun Stress Compromised Apples
  • Improving Apple and Pear Cold Chain Outcomes
  • Ultra-Low O2 CA Strategies to Reduce d’Anjou Storage Disorders
  • WASHINGTON TREE FRUIT RESEACH COMMISSON, WENATCHEE, WA
  • Developmental Genomics and Metabolomics Influencing Temperate Tree Fruit Quality
  • Apple Genomes for Postharvest Fruit Quality Biomarkers
  • Directing Plant-Microbe Relations Toward Resiliency Post-Fumigation
  • Reducing Carbon Dioxide-Related Postharvest Disorders
  • Development of a Rapid-Cycle Breeding Tool for Pear
  • Ultra-low O2 CA Strategies to Reduce d’Anjou Storage Disorders
  • Towards Next Generation Maturity Indices: Apple Biomarker Discovery
  • Reducing CO2-Related Disorders During Honeycrisp Rapid CA Treatment
  • Non-Destructive Detection of Sun Stress Compromised Apples
  • Assessing Barriers to and Benefits of AMF Colonization in Apple