Graduate: Completed Thesis and Dissertation 2016

HCS Graduate Student Thesis and Dissertation Completed 2016

Autumn 2016 

Bulegeya, Victoria. MS. The Effect of Potyvirus Resistance on Maize Lethal Necrosis (MLN)

Hu, Bizehn. PhD.  Improved Tomato Grafting Technologies

Liabeuf, Debora. PhD. Development of Processing Tomato Lines Resistant to Xanthomonas gardneri: from Screening to Breeding

Sari, Eka. MS. The Effects of CYC-B Introgressions on Cherry Tomato Fruit Quality

Todaro, Thomas. MS. Evaluating Cultural Practices for Recovery from Cold Damage in Grapevines

Zhang, Yingxiao. PhD. Genetic Engineering of Rubber Producing Dandelions

Summer 2016

Ankrom, Katherine. MS. Identification of a new nematode species in Ohio and soil factor effects on plant nutrition of soybean

Huang, Mao. PhD. Accuracy of genomic selection in a soft winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) breeding program

Nkombe, Boniphace. MS. Investigation of the Potntial for Forage Species to Enhance the Sustainability of Degraded Rangeland and Cropland Soils

Zhang, Ning. PhD. Dissection of GmScream Promoters that Regulate Highly Expressing Soybean (Glycine max Merr.) Genes

Zhang, Zhifen. PhD. Use of genetic transformation technology in oil crops: soybean and sunflower

Spring 2016

Brooker, Aaron. MS. Soil Fertility Status in Ohio and Indiana and the Association Between Soil Fertility and Soybean Grain Yield in Ohio

Gu, Chenchen. MS. The Effect of Brushing on Creeping Bentgrass Putting Green Quality

Iaffaldano, Brian. PhD. Evaluating the Development and Potential Ecological Impact of Genetically Engineered Taraxacum kok-saghyz

Jin, Lin. PhD. The Bacterial AvrE-Family Type-III Effector Proteins Modulate Plant Immunity via Targeting Plant Protein Phosphatase 2A Complexes

 

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