Past Events

Events

CRISPR/Cas-mediated Single Base Editing: Coming in a Big Way

Kutubuddin Molla, Penn State University

108 Wartik Lab
University Park

Why Plants Produce So Many Flowers and So Few Fruits

Andrew Stephenson, Penn State University

108 Wartik Lab
University Park

Never Walk Alone: Clathrin-Coated Vesicle Components in Plant Immunity

Antje Heese, University of Missouri-Columbia

108 Wartik Lab
University Park

Using Networks to Link Mechanism, Ecology and Evolution in Plant Metabolism

Daniel Kliebenstein, Distinguished Speaker, University of California - Davis

108 Wartik Lab
University Park

The Evolutionary Forces Shaping Quantitative Trait Variation in Wild and Domestacated Plants

Emily Josephs, Michigan State University

108 Wartik Lab
University Park

Regulation of Reproductive Development Under Drought and Other Environments in Arabidopsis and Rice

Hong Ma, Penn State University

108 Wartik Lab
University Park

The Evolution of Resistance in an Agricultural Weed: Convergence, Costs, and the Mating System

Regina Baucom, University of Michigan

108 Wartik Lab
University Park

Plant Genome Editing with CRISPR-Cas9 and Cas12 Systems

Yiping Qi, University of Maryland

108 Wartik Lab
University Park

Characterization of Mechanisms Underlying Stimulus-induced Degradation of the Receptor-like Kinase FERONIA in Arabidopsis Seedlings

Cassidy Cornblatt, Penn State University

108 Wartik Lab
University Park

Genome-wide Annotation and Analyses of Small RNA Loci in 48 Plant Species

Alice Lunardon, Penn State University

108 Wartik Lab
University Park