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Feb 23
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12:20 pm

"How plants became the best chemists – lessons from single cell investigations"- Mark Lange

Mark Lange...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Feb 26
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12:20 pm

"Arboriculture-an Italian prospective on research"- Francesco Ferrini

Francesco Ferrini Professor, University of Florence (Italy) Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Feb 27
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12:20 pm

Wheat breeding and genetics at Texas A&M University

Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) breeding is a combination of art and science necessary for the accumulation of genes for high grain yield and stability, superior end-use quality characteristics and...
Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 2
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12:20 pm

“Dissecting Molecular Mechanisms Of Transcription Regulation In Cells & Genome-wide” - John Lis

John Lis...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 5
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12:20 pm

The history of viticulture in Campania- Boris Basile

Boris Basile Dep't of Agricultural Sciences University of Naples Federico II Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 6
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12:20 pm

Toward understanding the genetic and physiological complexities of grapevine winter survival

Cultivated grapevine (Vitis vinifera) is a Mediterranean species adapted to mild cool winters and hot dry summers. Here in the Northeast, V. vinifera production is limited by climate, primarily...
Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 7
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12:20 pm

“Genome evolution in plant-parasitic nematodes”- John Jones

John Jones...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 9
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12:20 pm

“Autophagy and nutrient recycling in plants” - Hiroyuki Ishida

Hiroyuki Ishida Associate Professor, Tohoku University and Visiting Associate Professor in van Wijk lab Research interest: protein metabolism of plant organelles
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 12
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12:20 pm

Malus collection in the US National Plant Germplasm System- Thomas Chao

Thomas Chao Adjunct Assoc. Professor, Section of Horticulture, USDA-ARS Plant Genetic Resources Unit Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 14
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12:20 pm

“Revisiting the immunity of hydathodes, forgotten leaf organs infected by vascular Xanthomonas“- Laurent Noel

Laurent Noel ...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 16
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12:20 pm

“Grass flower development and evolution”- Madelaine Bartlett

Madelaine E. Bartlett...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 19
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12:20 pm

System-level, agroecologically-based approaches to vegetable crop weed management- John Wallace

John Wallace Assistant Professor, Section of Horticulture Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 20
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12:20 pm

Implications of homologous gene interactions for breeding allohexploid wheat

The sub-genomes of an allopolyploid will each contain complete, yet evolutionarily divergent, sets of genes. With the availability of affordable genome-wide markers, breeders of allopolyploids now...
Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 21
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12:20 pm

“Extracellular Vesicles as Key Mediators of Plant-Microbe Interactions”- Roger Innes

Roger Innes...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 23
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12:20 pm

"Forty-five Years of Modeling Plant Evolution" - Karl Niklas

Karl Niklas...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 26
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12:20 pm

Improving vineyard efficiency using computational approaches- Justine Vanden Heuvel

Justine Vanden Heuvel Associate Professor, Section of Horticulture Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 27
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12:20 pm

In-house design and construction of new plant growth chambers

The Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station (CUAES) maintains and allocates space in 125 plant growth chambers. More than half of them are between 45 and 55 years old. We need to...
Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Mar 30
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12:20 pm

"Ploidy and size in the Arabidopsis sepal" - Dana Robinson

Dana Robinson Exit Seminar Graduate Student, Roeder Lab, Plant Biology, Cornell University Interests: Linking cell cycle status to endoreduplicated cell identity at the enhancer
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Apr 9
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12:20 pm

Mineral Nutrition of Phalaenopsis, with focus on nitrogen- Alex Chang

Alex Chang Professor, National Taiwan University Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Apr 10
|
12:20 pm

The promise and challenges of plant genome editing

Precise genome editing offers a promising approach for engineering better crops which may not be regulated as “GM”. Scientists have long dreamed of having customizable "DNA scissors" that allows...
Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Apr 11
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12:20 pm

“Microbiomes inside of microbes: Exploring a symbiosis between fungi and facultative endohyphal bacteria” - David Baltrus

David Baltrus...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Apr 12
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12:20 pm

“How botanic gardens are countering the global loss of biodiversity“ - Dr. Peter Wyse Jackson

Dr. Peter Wyse Jackson...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Apr 16
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12:20 pm

The rhizosphere microbiome: sources of variation and links to plant function- Bryan Emmett

Bryan Emmett Postdoctoral scientist, Boyce Thompson Institute Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Apr 18
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12:20 pm

PPPMB Seminar- Megan Daniels

Megan Daniels...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Apr 20
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12:20 pm

“Plant growth and development – how single cells shape tissues” - Anja Geitmann

Anja Geitmann...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Apr 23
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12:20 pm

Genetic control of ‘foxy’ aroma and flavor in Vitis labrusca grapes- Gan-Yuan Zhong, Ph.D.

Gan-Yuan Zhong, Ph.D. Research Leader, Grape Genetics Research Unit, USDA Ag. Research Service Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Apr 27
|
12:20 pm

“A journey through the metabolic pathways to plant volatile emission” - Natalia Dudareva

Natalia Dudareva Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry, Purdue University Area of Expertise: Plant Molecular Biology
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Apr 30
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12:20 pm

Stomatal control and cavitation- Noel Michelle Holbrook

Noel Michelle Holbrook Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
May 4
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12:20 pm

“Joining the Revolution: Cryo-EM at Cornell” - Chris Fromme

Chris Fromme...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
May 7
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12:20 pm

Grapevine Winter Survival Guide- Al Kovaleski

Al Kovaleski Ph.D. candidate, Section of Horticulture Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
May 9
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12:20 pm

“Oxidative Stress Signaling in Plants. Towards the proteome and beyond” - Frank Van Breusegem

Frank Van Breusegem...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
May 10
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12:20 pm

PLBIO Seminar- Paul Chomet

Paul Chomet...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Jul 7
|
10:00 am

Open House at the Horticultural Research & Extension Center

You are invited to an Open House at LIHREC on Saturday, July 7, from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. rain or shine! Everyone is welcome and admission is free. ...
Location:
Long Island Horticulture Research & Extension Center - LIHREC (CUAES)
Event type:
Field Day
Aug 8
|
8:30 am

Cornell Floriculture Field Day

Morning programs on campus plus afternoon sessions at Bluegrass Lane Research Facility. More information coming soon.
Location:
Cornell campus and Bluegrass Lane Research Facility
Event type:
Field Day