Phone: (919) 515-7599
Dept of Crop and Soil Sciences
CB 7620, Room 1244
Raleigh, NC 27695
Amanda is a Computational Biologist with the United States Department of Agriculture – Agriculture Research Service in the Genomics and Bioinformatics Research Unit and is located in Raleigh, NC on the North Carolina State University campus. She obtained her Ph.D. from Texas A&M University working on identification and integration of sequence-based markers for breeders in cotton for which she received numerous awards. Her postdoctoral research at the University of California, Davis focused on bioinformatics, resource development and integration of genomics and biotechnology tools for enhancing breeding of vegetables and other crops including spinach, cotton, tomato, coffee and pepper. Current research interests involve utilizing bioinformatics to intelligently enhance ARS breeding programs in both crops and animals.
Applied Agricultural Genomics and Bioinformatics Research In-House Appropriated (D) Accession Number:434717 Identifying historically important genes in cotton through deep sequencing (2019) Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement (R) Accession Number:436007 Breeding Informatics to Benefit Agriculture Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S) Accession Number:437029 Identifying Historically Important Genes in Cultivated Cotton Cultivars Through Deep Sequencing Analysis, Year 2 Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S) Accession Number:434898 Analysis and Interpretation of Genomic and Genetic Information to Benefit Agriculture Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S) Accession Number:433535
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- Enhancing upland cotton for drought resilience, productivity and fiber quality: Comparative evaluations and genetic dissection-(Peer Reviewed Journal)
- Capsicum - an abbreviated compendium-(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Jarret, R.L., Barboza, G., Batista, F., Chou, Y., Hulse-Kemp, A.M., Ochoa-Alejo, N., Veres, A., Berke, T., Carrizo, C., Csillery, G., Huang, Y., Kiss, E., Kovacs, Z., Kondrak, M., Arce-Rodriguez, M., Scaldaferro, M.A., Szoke, A., Tripodi, P. 2019. Capsicum - an abbreviated compendium. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 144(1):3-22. https://doi.org/10.21273/JASHS04446-18.
- Feeding high-oleic peanuts to layer hens enhances egg yolk color and oleic fatty acid content in shell eggs-(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Toomer, O.T., Hulse-Kemp, A.M., Dean, L.L., Boykin, D.L., Ramon, M., Anderson, K.E. 2019. Feeding high-oleic peanuts to layer hens enhances egg yolk color and oleic fatty acid content in shell eggs. Poultry Science. 98:1732-1748. https://doi.org/10.3382/ps/pey531.
- Sequencing-Based Bin Map Construction of a Tomato Mapping Population, Facilitating High-Resolution Quantitive Trait Loci Detection-(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gonda, I., Ashrafi, H., Lyon, S., Strickler, S., Hulse-Kemp, A.M., Thannhauser, T.W., Mueller, L., Fei, Z., Foolad, M., Giovannoni, J.J., Ma, Q., Sun, H., Stoffel, K., Powell, A., Futrell, S., Van Deynze, A. 2018. A GBS-based high-density genetic map of a tomato RIL population facilitating high resolution QTL mapping and candidate gene identification. The Plant Genome. 12:1. https://doi.org/10.3835/plantgenome2018.02.0010.
- Differential Gene Expression of Southern Highbush Blueberry cv. ‘O’Neal’ Floral Buds in Response to Freeze Treatment and Recovery Periods-(Abstract Only)
- A Spinach Genome for the Next Generation of Breeders-(Abstract Only)
- RNA-Seq Analysis of Floral Bud Response to Freeze Treatments in Southern Highbush Blueberry CV. ‘O’Neal’-(Abstract Only)
- Comparative transcriptomics and genomics patterns of discordance in Capsiceae (Solanaceae)-(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Spalink, D., Stoffel, K., Hill, T.A., Hulse-Kemp, A.M., Walden, G., Van Deynze, A., Bohs, L. 2018. Comparative transcriptomics and genomics patterns of discordance in Capsiceae (Solanaceae). Systematic Biology. 126(2018):293-302. https://doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2018.04.030.
- Maximizing Utility of Community-based Resources-(Abstract Only)
- Lessons from Cotton: Research Projects Following Development of a Community-based Genotyping Array-(Abstract Only)
- Reference quality assembly of the 3.5 Gb genome of Capsicum annuum form a single linked-read library-(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hulse-Kemp, A.M., Maheshwari, S., Stoffel, K., Hill, T.A., Jaffe, D., Williams, S., Weisenfeld, N., Ramakrishnan, S., Kumar, V., Shah, P., Schatz, M.C., Church, D.M., Van Deynze, A. 2018. Reference quality assembly of the 3.5 Gb genome of Capsicum annuum form a single linked-read library. Horticulture Research. 5(4). https://doi: 10.1038/s41438-017-0011-0.
- Setting the Stage for California Coffee Farming-(Abstract Only)
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