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Collaborations

The Plant Stress and Germplasm Development Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY FRESNO FOUNDATION, FRESNO, CA
  • Identification of Fusarium Wilt Populations in Cotton Fields and Pathogen Infection for Maintaining Sustainable Production in the USA
  • COTTON INCORPORATED, CARY, NC
  • Assessment of Drought and Disease Resistance of Cottons with Different Genetic Backgrounds
  • Integrated Systems Approach for Optimized Management of Irrigated and Rainfed for Cotton Production Environments in Australia and the United States
  • Assessment of Drought and Disease Resistance of Cottons with Different Genetic Backgrounds
  • Drought Stress Germplasm and Biomarker-gene Discovery for Assisting Breeding
  • KANSAS GRAIN SORGHUM COMMISSION, Colwich, KS
  • Development of High Yielding Cold Tolerant Sorghum Adapted to Kansas
  • KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, MANHATTAN, KS
  • ARS-KSU Cooperative Project on Evaluation of Sorghum Hybrid Lines Derived from ARS Lubbock Populations for Early Season Performance
  • MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, Mississippi State Cen, MS
  • Genetic Analysis and RNA Marker Development for FOV4 Resistance Breeding in Cotton.
  • NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY, LAS CRUCES, NM
  • Assessing Fusarium Wilt (FOV) Infection on Cotton for Maintaining Sustainable Production in the USA and Uzbekistan
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, College Station, TX
  • Development a SNP Isogenic Research/breeding Platform of Cotton Substitution Lines with Alien Introgression of Monitoring Fusrium Wilt
  • Assessment of Cotton Lines Bred for Tolerance/Resistance to Fusarium Wilt Race 4 (FOV4) in Far-west of Texas
  • TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY SYSTEM, LUBBOCK, TX
  • Cotton Root Cell Wall Fortification as Resistance-enhancer Against Fusarium Wilt (Fov) and Root-knot Nematode (Rkn)
  • Improving Sustainability of Low-input Cropping Systems
  • Characterize Molecular Mechanisms and Genes Contributing to Contrasting Stress Tolerance Responses and Disease Resistance in Cotton
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, DAVIS, CA
  • Improvements in Breeding Fusarium Wilt Race 4 (FOV4) Resistance Cotton Combating this Serious Threat & Sustainability Production in Uzbekistan & US
  • USDA, ARS, AFM, FMAD, BELTSVILLE, MD
  • Combating Fusarium Wilt Disease, a Serious Economic Threat for Sustainable Cotton Production in the USA and Uzbekistan