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Research Project: Genetic Enhancement of Sorghum as a Versatile Crop

Location: Plant Stress and Germplasm Development Research

Title: Proceedings of the 2013 sorghum improvement conference of north america

Author
item Burow, Gloria
item Burke, John
item TROSTLE, CALVIN - Texas Agrilife

Submitted to: Meeting Proceedings
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: 6/15/2014
Publication Date: 6/19/2014
Citation: Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Trostle, C. 2014. Proceedings of the 2013 sorghum improvement conference of north america. Meeting Proceedings. 2013:1-30.

Interpretive Summary: Instruction for viewing proceedings of the 2013 Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America I. The website is as follows: http://www.lbk.ars.usda.gov/psgd/SICNA/Section%201%20_Scientific%20sessions/2013SICNA%20Proceedings_Final_6182014.pdf However, if this does not load in the web you can do the following: 1. Go to http://www.lbk.ars.usda.gov 2. Left box, Under Research Units, choose Plant Stress & Germplasm Development 3. You will open various topics under the PSGD site, click Sorghum Research which will open new window with following item: Proceedings of the 2013 Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America (SICNA) Contacts: Gloria Burow and John Burke II. You can also now open 2013 SICNA Proceedings (Final - 6/18/2014) - PDF at www.sicna.net

Technical Abstract: The 2013 Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America (SICNA) meeting was held at the International Cultural Center, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, from August 28-30, 2013. The meeting attracted a large group of participants from a wide spectrum of the sorghum research community, representing both public and private sectors. It was a huge success in bridging the gaps between public and private sectors by building networking capacities and in fostering strong interest in high quality research in sorghum among participants. A highlight of the meeting was the presentation given by the keynote speaker, Dr. Daphne Preuss, Chief Executive Officer, Chromatin Inc., on championing sorghum as a resilient and smart crop for an ever-changing landscape of U.S. agriculture and on challenging participants to the continue to advocate for sorghum and sorghum research. You will find here the proceedings of the 2013 SICNA meeting which includes the abstracts of oral and poster presentations, plus access to select PowerPoint slides given by the invited speakers in each of the research disciplines covered in the meeting. You will find the agenda and list of sponsors in Section II. Please refer to any of the content herein judiciously by appropriate citation of each of the work in your research documents, manuscripts, articles, or presentations. An example of a citation from this proceeding following the format from Crop Science (this will vary based on journal format/requirements) is as follows: Burke, J.J. 2013. Screening germplasm collections for water-deficit and low temperature stress tolerant sorghum using physiological analyses. Proceedings of the 2013 SICNA meeting, Lubbock, Texas, August 28-30, 2013, (eds., G. B. Burow, J. J. Burke, C. Trostle), P. 7.