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Collaborations

The Sunflower and Plant Biology Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASK, LINCOLN, NE,
  • Improved White Mold Resistance In Dry and Snap Beans Through Multi-site Screening and Pathogen Characterization Throughout Major Production Areas
  • MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST LANSING, MI,
  • Enhancing Soybean for Resistance to Sclerotinia Stem Rot
  • MINNESOTA STATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITES, BRAINERD, MN,
  • Evaluation of Sunflower Experimental Germplasm to Identify and Characterize Novel Sources of Resistance to Sclerotinia Head and Stalk Rot
  • NATIONAL SUNFLOWER ASSOCIATION, MANDAN, ND,
  • Applying Genomic Tools to Accelerate Breeding for Disease Resistance in Confection Sunflower
  • Early Maturing Sunflower for Double Crop Use in the Central Plains
  • Identification and Mapping of Genetic Factors Affecting the Stability of Oleic Acid in Inbred Lines and Hybrids
  • Applying Genomic Tools to Accelerate Breeding for Disease Resistance in Confection Sunflower
  • NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, FARGO, ND,
  • Development of Sunflower Germplasm with Sclerotinia Head and Stalk Rot Resistance
  • North Dakota Pollinator Health and Pollination Services
  • Improving Resistance to Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum in Spring Canola
  • White Mold Resistance-QTL: Identification, Interactions, and Fine Mapping in Common Bean
  • Mechanisms of Resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and Consequences for Seed Yield in Arabidopsis
  • Identifying Loci and Markers Associated with a Simple Dominant Freezing Tolerant Trait in Camelina
  • Evaluation of Ecosystem Services Provided by Camelina Sativa as a Cover Crop for Northern Climates
  • QTL Mapping of Sclerotinia Basal Stalk Rot Resistance Derived from Sunflower Wild Species
  • Flood Tolerance Screening of Sunflower
  • Characterizing Resistance and Pathogenicity Genes Associated with Infection B. napus by S. sclerotiorum
  • Identification of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Virulence Determinants Relevant to Infection of Multiple Host Plants by Association Mapping
  • Intraspecific Variation and Possible Effects on the Utility of Non-Crop Asteraceae
  • Developing Bioinformatic Pipelines for Genomics-assisted Breeding using Graphical User Interfaces
  • Improve Stalk Rot Phenotyping by Evaluation of Environment, Pathogen, and Host Factors for S. Sclerotiorum Infection in Sunflower Disease Nurseries
  • Assessing the Importance of Plant Spacing Heterogeneity (Skips, Doubles, Gaps) on Yield, and Heritability of Seedling Emergence in Field Conditions
  • NORTHERN CANOLA GROWERS ASSOCIATION, BISMARCK, ND,
  • Increasing Freezing Tolerance in Winter Canola through a Better Understanding of Deacclimation
  • Fine Mapping and Developing Closely Linked Molecular Markers Associated with a Heterotic Gene for Breeding Higher Yielding Canola Lines
  • Increasing Freezing Tolerance in Winter Canola by Reducing Deacclimation Impact on Freeze Survival
  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, CORVALLIS, OR,
  • White Mold Resistance-QTL: Identification, Interactions, and Fine Mapping in Common Bean
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, THE, Boulder, CO,
  • Using Genomic Selection (GS) to Optimize Prediction of Sclerotinia and Agronomic Phenotypes for More Efficient Breeding
  • Refining Genomic Tools for Sclerotinia Resistance and Agronomic Breeding of Sunflower-towards Dissection of the Resistance Phenotype
  • SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, BROOKINGS, SD,
  • Developing Environmental Friendly Fungicides for Managing White Mold
  • UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, THE, , ,
  • Genomics of Abiotic Stress Resistance in Wild and Cultivated Sunflowers
  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL,
  • Enhancing Basal Resistance to Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum in Brassica
  • UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM, MADISON, WI,
  • Targeting Essential Genes in Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum to Achieve Sclerotinia Stem Rot Resistance in Soybean