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Agronomy & Horticulture Seminar – Robert Stupar

Searching for Short, Bald and Golden: The Modern Pursuit of Genes Underlying Soybean Traits

Date: Time: 3:30 pm
via Zoom
Contact: Kaye Wolfe, kaye.wolfe@unl.edu
Robert Stupar, department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics, University of Minnesota, presents “Searching for Short, Bald and Golden: The Modern Pursuit of Genes Underlying Soybean Traits.” The emergence of soybean genome sequence resources and new biotechnology and bioinformatic methodologies is accelerating the cloning and characterization of DNA polymorphisms that cause phenotypic variation. This presentation will focus on the ongoing pursuit of genes underlying important soybean phenotypes, including plant architecture and abiotic stress traits.

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