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Aug 24
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1:00 pm

Processing Vegetable Field Day

View snap bean and sweet corn variety trials that are part of the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station's processing vegetable research program....
Location:
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station Fruit and Vegetable Research Farm
Event type:
Field Day
Aug 25
|
11:15 am

“BEST Opportunities Aren’t Found, They’re Made” - Susi (Sturzenegger) Varvayanis

Susi Sturzenegger Varvayanis ...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Aug 29
|
12:00 pm

Application of multi-trait models for genomic selection in African Cassava

Genomic selection (GS) has become a mature technology for genetic improvement of crops and livestock making use of phenotypic and genomic information. At the core of GS is linear mixed models, a...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Special Event
Aug 31
|
11:00 am

PPPMB Seminar - Wolfgang Busch

To Grow or Not to Grow: What Makes Roots Respond to Environmental Signals?
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 1
|
11:15 am

“To Grow or Not to Grow: What Makes Roots Respond to Environmental Signals?” - Wolfgang Busch

Wolfgang Busch...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 5
|
12:20 pm

The micro and macroevolution of Cornell's Department of Pland Breeding

Royse P. Murphy & Lee B. Kass prepared a History of Plant Breeding at Cornell University for the Department’s Centennial in 2007. “Evolution of Plant Breeding at Cornell University” outlines a...
Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 5
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Maricelis Acevedo

A global wheat rust surveillance network for better disease management
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 8
|
11:15 am

“Chemical- and R-mediated signaling in plant defense” - Pradeep Kachroo

Pradeep Kachroo...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 11
|
12:20 pm

Plant Exploration in a Changing World: Collecting in the 21st Century

Anthony Aiello, Director of Horticulture and Curator, Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 12
|
12:20 pm

Cornell Plant Breeding and the University of Nanking in Republican China - the background story

A Cornelian named John H. Reisner (B.A., 1911, Yale College & M.S.A. 1915, Cornell University) went to the Republic of China at a very early time in 1914, with a high-level degree in the field of...
Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 12
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Elsa Desnoues

TBD
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 15
|
9:30 am

Shrubs and Ground Covers for Bioswales and Tough Sites

Nina Bassuk, professor, Horticulture Section, and Peter Trowbridge, professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, will lead a course for landscape architects September 15, 2017, on the Cornell...
Location:
Kennedy hall
Event type:
Conference/Workshop
Sep 18
|
12:20 pm

Effect of vineyard floor management on soil health, vine growth, and wine sensory properties of Riesling

Ming-Yi Chou, Ph.D. candidate, Graduate Field of Horticulture. Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 19
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Jim Bradeen

Borrowing from neighbors: leveraging comparative genomics for improved plant disease resistance
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 20
|
12:00 am

Strategic Marketing Conference - Agri-Tourism

Strategic Marketing Conference - Agri-Tourism: September 20-21, 2017...
Location:
Sep 20
|
12:20 pm

“Borrowing from neighbors: leveraging comparative genomics for improved plant disease resistance” - Jim Bradeen

Jim Bradeen...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 22
|
11:15 am

“Mechanisms of lipid remodeling and transfer in the chloroplast” - Christoph Benning

Christoph Benning...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 25
|
12:20 pm

David, Goliath & Organic Seed Production in the Northeast

Petra Page-Mann, Co-owner, Fruition Seeds, Naples, NY. Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 26
|
12:20 pm

Strategies and tools for the development of durable powdery mildew resistance

Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 26
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Zach Hansen

TBD
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 27
|
12:20 pm

“Genomics of insect pathogenic fungi” - Kathryn Bushley

Kathryn Bushley...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Sep 29
|
11:15 am

“Fifty shades of green: the secret lives of charophytes” - David Domozych

David Domozych...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 2
|
12:20 pm

Student Trips to South Asia: A Lab for Studying Agriculture Development

Marvin Pritts, Professor, Horticulture Section and Terry Tucker, Associate Director. CALS International Programs. Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 3
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Angela Douglas

TBD
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 4
|
12:20 pm

“Cross-Kingdom RNAi and RNA trafficking in plant pathogen interactions“ - Hailing Jin

Hailing Jin...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 11
|
12:20 pm

“Translational Taxonomy of Bacterial Diseases“ - Carolee Bull

Carolee Bull...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 13
|
11:15 am

“Regulation of cellulose synthesis by sucrose and GPI-anchored proteins” - Trevor Yeats

Trevor Yeats...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 16
|
12:20 pm

Climate, Culture and Cuisine: Thomas Jefferson’s Experimental Garden

Patricia Brodowski, Vegetable Gardener, Thomas Jefferson Foundation. Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 17
|
12:20 pm

The quest to identify a key gene controlling acquisition of cell competence during in vitro organogenesis in tomato

For many year, the locus Regeneration1 (Rg1) in the chromosome 3 of tomato has been recognized to enhance the rates of in vitro organogenesis in Solanum species. So far, the molecular identity of...
Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 17
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Georg Jander

Genetic and biochemical diversity in maize defense responses
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 18
|
12:20 pm

“Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi:  living off the fat of the root” - Harrison

Maria Harrison...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 20
|
11:15 am

“Darwin’s “abominable mystery” and the search for the first flowering plants” - William "Ned" Friedman

William "Ned" Friendman...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 23
|
7:30 pm

The National Park Rx Initiative

Robert Zarr, MD, MPH...
Location:
Alice Statler Auditorium
Event type:
Lecture
Oct 24
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Jason Londo

TBD
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 25
|
12:20 pm

"Trichoderma, the phytobiome and the challenge of translating science to the field" - Molly Cadle-Davidson

Molly Cadle-Davidson, Ph.D....
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 27
|
11:15 am

“Regulation of cuticular wax composition and water permeability” - Eric Fich

Eric Fich Graduate Student Exit Seminar Plant Biology, Cornell University Thesis: Regulation of cuticular wax composition and water permeability
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 30
|
12:20 pm

Conservation of vegetable seed crops

Joanne Labate, Adjunct Associate Professor, Horticulture Section Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 31
|
12:20 pm

The Cornell Alliance for Science: Justice. Evidence. Urgency

Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Oct 31
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Ying Sun

TBD
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 3
|
11:15 am

“Darwin's Damned Land: Patagonia- A Paleobotanist's Paradise” - Alejandra Gandolfo

Alejandra Gandolfo...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 6
|
12:20 pm

Hortus Forum: Turning a New Leaf

Members of Hortus Forum, Cornell's undergraduate horticulture club. Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 7
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Noel Knight

Investigating Fusarium crown rot of wheat: qPCR and miscroscopy
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 8
|
12:20 pm

"The incredible Wealth of Genetic Variation: Impressions from 50 Years of Cucurbit Breeding" - James Brent Loy

James Brent Loy...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 10
|
11:15 am

“Medical Ethnobotany and the Discovery of New Drugs from Nature” - Cassandra Quave

Cassandra Quave...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 13
|
12:20 pm

Adventures in apple breeding and genetics

Susan Brown, Professor, Horticulture Section. Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 14
|
12:20 pm

High throughput phenotyping in wheat with breeder trained artificial neural networks

Location:
Emerson Hall
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 14
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Wayne Wilcox

TBD
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 15
|
12:20 pm

“Understanding host-virus interactions: the key to management of an evolving Potato virus Y epidemic”- Washington da Silva

Washington da Silva...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 17
|
11:15 am

“Growing shapes: exploring cell wall mechanics during plant development” - Siobhan Braybrook

Siobhan Braybrook...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 20
|
12:20 pm

Confronting Climate Change in Urban Grasslands

Frank Rossi, Associate Professor, Horticulture Section. Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 21
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Tom Burr

TBD
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 27
|
12:20 pm

Finding and optimizing soil microbes for enhancing productivity and abiotic stress tolerance

Daniel Schachtman, Professor, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture and Director, Center for Biotechnology, University of Nebraska....
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 28
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Abby Seaman

TBD
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Nov 29
|
12:20 pm

“Meta-approaches for analyzing large scale data networks to improve plant disease management” - Emerson Del Ponte

Emerson Del Ponte...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Dec 1
|
11:15 am

“The diversity, functions, and evolution of secondary siRNA pathways in plants” - Blake Meyers

Blake Meyers...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Dec 5
|
12:20 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Jason Stajich

Jason Stajich...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
Dec 5
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Megan Hall

TBD
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Dec 12
|
3:30 pm

PPPMB Seminar - Bruce Reisch

Grapevine Breeding for Resistance in the Era of Cheap Sequencing Technology
Location:
Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar