First day of Session 2 (second 7-weeks) courses
No classes, offices closed
Powerful DNA Technology Applications for Fungal Pathogens Researchers are utilizing DNA technology and rapid sequencing of whole genomes to study the biology of plant pathogenic fungi that cause some of the world’s most devastating plant diseases that pos ...
Discovery and Application: Biopesticides and Biofertilizers to Improve Plant Health OARDC researchers are facilitating the expansion and adoption of biofungicides and microbial inoculants through the discovery of novel active ingredients, formulation deve ...
International Grad Applications
Deadline to ensure consideration for fellowships (domestic application deadline is Dec. 31). We can accept letters and materials a few days after the deadline ...
Seminar: David Francis, Associate Professor, Horticulture and Crop Science, Ohio State
Breeding for resistance to bacterial diseases of tomato. Fisher 121 (Wooster) and Kottman 244 (Columbus). ...
Campbell, C. L., and L. V. Madden. 1990. Introduction to Plant Disease Epidemiology. Wiley-Interscience, NY. 532 pp. Madden, L. V., G. Hughes, and F. van den Bosch. 2007. The Study of Plant Disease Epidemics. APS Press, St. Paul, MN. Madden, L. V., L. L. ...
Seminar: Don Nuss, Professor & Director, Institute of Bioscience & Biotechnology Research, Univ. of Maryland
Fisher 121 (Wooster) videolinked to Kottman 244 (Columbus). Mycoviruses at the fungal-plant interface: New insights into RNA silencing, viral RNA recombination and the genetics of fungal non-self recognition ...
Seminar: Anna Conrad, PhD student, Plant Pathology, Ohio State (P. Bonello, advisor)
Fisher 121 (Wooster) and Kottman 244 (Columbus). The role of tannins in plant defense against pests and pathogens ...