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Brent Auvermann, Ph.D.
Brandon Dukes, Ph. D.
Mandi Seaton, M.S.
Danny Nusser, M.S.
Jourdan Bell, Ph.D.
Justin Benavidez, Ph.D.
Sarah Capik, DVM, Ph.D.
Kenneth Casey, Ph.D.
Andrew Crocker, M.S.
Kevin Heflin, Ph. D
DeDe Jones, MBA
Tiffany Dowell Lashmet, J.D.
Shuyu Liu, Ph.D.
Thomas Marek, MS, PE
Renda Nelson, M.S. Ed
Ken Obasa, Ph.D.
Juan M. Piñeiro, DVM, Ph.D.
Jackie C. Rudd, Ph.D., Regents Fellow
Plant Variety Protection Certificates
Charles Rush, Ph.D., Senior Regents Fellow
Fekede Workneh, Ph.D.
Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus
Fungal Vectored Virus Diseases of Sugar Beet – Rhizomania
Plant Pathology Programs and Staff
Determine the effects of WSMV on root development and water use efficiency of infected wheat
Measure the effects of planting date on yield loss due to WSMV
Create a statistical model to predict wheat streak severity along a diseases gradient in relation to yield and water use efficiency
The Zebra Chip Project
To create methods for detection of wheat curl mite populations within native grasslands and CRP pastures
Zebra Chip Project Continued
International Working Group for Plant Viruses with Fungal Vectors
To determine differences in host/vector transmissibility of WSMV and TriMV
To compare diseases severity and yield losses due to single and multiple infections of WSMV and TriMV
Jason Smith, Ph.D.
Tim Steffens, Ph.D
Ada Szczepaniec, Ph.D.
Qingwu Xue, Ph.D.
Kirk E. Jessup
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Micah Carter Farm, located a mile south of Farm-to-Market Road 338 on County Road 240
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