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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Crop Genetics Research Unit has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

CURATORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, COLUMBIA, MO
  • Coupling High-Throuhput Genetic and Phenotypic Information for Yield Enhancement


  • MISSISSIPPI SOYBEAN PROMOTION BOARD, CANTON, MS
  • Identification of Soybean Varieties with Resistance to Phomopsis Seed Decay to Enhance Soybean Seed Quality

  • Characterization of Frog Eye Leaf Spot Isolates Using Molecular and Host Pathotype

  • Identify Soybean Varieties with Resistance to Phomopsis Seed Decay to Enhance Soybean Seed Quality (Mspb Project NO.: Li 30-3012)


  • MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI STATE, MS
  • Genetic and Cultural Methods to Reduce Soybean Yield Losses to Diseases and Environmental Stress

  • Optimizing Soybean Nutrition in the Mid South

  • Develop Sustainable Cotton Production Systems Utilizing Host Plant Resistance to Manage Reniform Nematode and Other Pest


  • SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, CARBONDALE, IL
  • Application of Biotechnology to Control of the Soybean Cyst Nematode: Disease Resistance Genes

  • Identify Commercial and Public Varieties of Soybeans to Frogeye Leaf Spot


  • UNITED SOYBEAN BOARD, ST. LOUIS, MO
  • Identication and Utilization of Exotic Germplasm to Improve Soybean Productivitiy

  • Screening Germplasm and Breeding for Resistance to Phomopsis Seed Decay in Soybean (Usb Project No. 9261)

  • Breeding for Charcoal Rot Resistance and Pathogen Characterization

  • Screening Germplasm and Breeding for Resistance to Phomopsis Seed Decay of Soybean: Phase II Research


  • UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, FAYETTEVILLE, AR
  • Charcoal Rot Cultivar Evaluation Using Adapted and Exotic Sources of Resistance

  • Screening Germplasm and Breeding for Resistance to Phomopsis Seed Decay of Soybean: Phase II


  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, COLUMBIA, MO
  • Developing Drought Tolerant Soybeans Using Extreme Phenotypes

  • Development of Soybean Lines with Improved Toerance to Heat and Drought


  • Last Modified: 9/10/2014
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