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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Courtney Allison Hollender
Appalachian Fruit Research Laboratory
Geneticist

Phone: (304) 725-3451 ext. 310
Fax: (304) 728-2340
USDA,REE,ARS,NAA,AFRL
APPALACHIAN FRUIT RS
2217 WILTSHIRE RD
KEARNEYSVILLE, WV, 25430-9425


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
The molecular basis for tree growth habit in Prunus persica (peach) - (Abstract Only)
Dardick, C.D., Hollender, C.A., Scorza, R., Srinivasan, C., Callahan, A.M., Zhebentyayeva, T., Ruiz, K.B., Whitaker, M., Horn, R., Abbott, A., Tworkoski, T. 2014. The molecular basis for tree growth habit in Prunus persica (peach)[abstract]. 7th International Rosaceae Genomics Conference. p. 15.
Genetic interactions underlying tree branch orientation - (Abstract Only)
Hollender, C.A., Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M., Tworkoski, T., Dardick, C.D. 2014. Genetic interactions underlying tree branch orientation [abstract]. American Society for Plant Biology. Paper No. P-12023-B.
Tree fruit breeding for the 21st Century - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Bell, R.L., Liu, Z., Srinivasan, C., Hollender, C.A., Vann, C.D., Ravelonandro, M. 2013. Tree fruit breeding for the 21st Century. Aspects of Applied Biology. 119:1-12.
Shoot growth orientation in trees is influenced by gravitropic control via a signaling pathway that includes TAC1 and LAZY1 - (Abstract Only)
Hollender, C.A., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2013. Shoot growth orientation in trees is influenced by gravitropic control via a signaling pathway that includes TAC1 and LAZY1. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Conference. p. 45.
Last Modified: 11/24/2014
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