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June, July and August 2021 (combined) Highlights

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Recently Accepted Publications

Eizenga, GC, McClung, AM, Huggins, TD. 2021. Registration of two Oryza sativa tropical japonica germplasm lines selected for panicle architecture and grain size traits. Journal of Plant Registrations. see more...

Weber, A.M., Baxter, B.A., McClung, A.M., Lamb, M.M., Becker-Dreps, S., Vilchez, S., Koita, O., Wieringa, F., Ryan, E.P. 2021. Arsenic speciation in rice bran: agronomic practices, postharvest fermentation, and human health risk assessment across the lifespan. Environmental Pollution. see more...

Siaw, M.O., Wang, Y.J., McClung, A.M. and Mauromoustakos, A., 2021. Effect of protein denaturation and lipid removal on rice physicochemical properties. LWTsee more...

Sharma, S., Pinson, S.R.M., Gealy, D. R., Edwards, J.D. 2021. Genomic prediction and QTL mapping of root system architecture and above-ground agronomic traits in rice (Oryza sativa L.) with a multi-trait index and Bayesian networks.  G3 Genes|Genomes|Genetics. see more...

Siaw, M.O., Wang, Y.J., McClung, A.M. and Mauromoustakos, A., 2021. Effect of protein denaturation and lipid removal on rice physicochemical properties. LWT. see more...

Eizenga, G C, A.K. Jackson, and J.D. Edwards (2021) Prototype for developing SNP markers from GWAS and biparental QTL for rice panicle and grain traits. Agricultural & Environmental Letters.  see more...

Technology Transfer

Formal and informal contacts and germplasm exchanged, see more...

Stakeholder Interactions

News about contacts with individuals at Maryland and general information about seed germination see more...

New Research Grant

NIFA award to ARS and Clemson University collaboration  see more...

Educational and Community Outreach

Scientist completes SES training, recent HS graduate joins Molecular Plant Pathology  see more...

 

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