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“What can be learned from the Mustard family’s litter sister, Cleomaceae?”

“Status of Globodera pallida in Idaho — Challenges and Successes”

Technical Presentations

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CEREO Debate Series, Spring 2019: “Tapping the tensions between the science and politics of climate change.”

R Working Group

“Developing Cultural Management Recommendations for Two New Potato Cultivars Relative to the Industry Standard – Russet Burbank”

”Establishing genetic determinants of nitrogen fixation to enhance beneficial plant-microbe interaction”

Python Working Group

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“Real Data and Machine Learning to Support Site-Specific Agriculture”

“Can CRISPR gene drives spread in the wild? Host: Omar Cornejo”

“Population Genetics Analyses of the Emerging Plant Pathogen Phytophthora ramorum in North America”

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R Working Group

“You can do that? Crystallography from crystal screening to high pressure analysis.”

Water Resources Science and Management Certificate – Spring Meeting 2019

“Moving Ideas to Market – Phytelligence”

“Evolution of RNA Polymerases in plants: understanding duplication of multi-subunit complexes”

Python Working Group

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“Research and Practical Approaches to Improve Climate Impacts of Agriculture”

“Deciphering the role of an ACB-annotated protein in the potato’s response to Potato Virus Y”

“Inter lineage gene flow in Magnaporthe oryzae”

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“RNA-directed DNA methylation and abiotic stress mediated transcriptional regulation in maize”

R Working Group

How a University Works

“Respiration and Cold-Sweetening Responses of Minimally Processed Potato Tubers (Solanum tubersom L.) to Low Oxygen”

Python Working Group

Python Working Group

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“A New Vision for AgWeatherNet”

“Rapid Estimation of Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Straw Decomposition Through a Genome-wide Association Study and Near-Infrared Spectroscopy”

“Unique adaptations of a grazing, high-altitude primate”

“Metapopulation Allee effects, habitat destruction, and extinction in metacommunities”

“Are All Plastids Created Equal? Diversity, Function, and Evolution of Chloroplast-Targeted Proteins and Transit Peptides in Plants”

R Working Group

“Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Sciences – Opportunities at the National Science Foundation”.

“Potential strategies that can improve highbush blueberry pollination in western Washington”

“Integration of genome-wide approaches with imaging tools and modeling to understand network dynamics regulating stem cell”

Python Working Group

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Using integrated models to assess the role of groundwater surface water interactions in watershed behavior across the US.”

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