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Collaborations

The Peanut and Small Grains Research Unit has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

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  • Characterization of Thecaphora frezzii Isolates in Argentina
  • MARS,INC., CHICAGO, IL
  • Breeding and Deployment of Smut Resistant Peanut Cultivars
  • OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, STILLWATER, OK
  • Development and Release of Improved Peanut Germplasm and Varieties for the U.S. Southern Plains
  • Bacterial Endosymbiont Effects on Biology of Cereal Aphids and Key Natural Enemies in Cereal Agroecosystems
  • Studies of Genetic Mechanisms of Sorghum Resistance to Aphids
  • X-ray System for Detecting Peanut Smut in Pods
  • Determining the Host Suitability and If Cross-resistance Exists for Cereal and Grass Crops Infested by the Hedgehog Grain Aphid in the Great Plains
  • Evaluating Wild-Derived Peanut Germplasm for Resistance to Aspergillus Seed Colonization
  • Evaluation of Advanced Breeding Lines and Current Peanut Varieties Performance Under Managed Conditions Across Oklahoma
  • Phenotyping for Pythium Pod Rot Resistance
  • Validation and Delivery of Sugarcane Aphid + Natural Enemy Threshold Sampling Plans in Grain Sorghum
  • Collaborative Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) Oversight between Oklahoma State University and ARS-Stillwater
  • Evaluation of Advanced Breeding Lines and Current Peanut Varieties Performance Under Managed Conditions Across Oklahoma
  • Wheat Breeding and Variety Development (Wheat Improvement Team)
  • Introgression of Aphid Resistance Genes from Ae. Tauschii into Bread Wheat
  • Efficient Methods for Phenotyping Pods for Peanut Smut
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, COLLEGE STATION, TX
  • Prebreeding of peanut for resistance to root-knot nematodes and disease
  • Sorghum Aphid Ecological Model for Improved Areawide Pest Management
  • WM. WRIGLEY JR. COMPANY, CHICAGO
  • Breeding for Resistance to Peanut Smut