Online course offered by the Dept. of Agronomy & Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
Online graduate-level course offered for noncredit professional development. Course focuses on the importance of creating the necessary genetic variation resources for conventional and modern plant breeding programs.
The course will focus on plant breeding strategies and practices directed toward improving plant performance in moisture-stressed environments. Targeted to graduate students in the plant sciences, as well as to professionals in the public and private sectors.
Objective: to provide hands-on training and enhance the capability of rice scientists to apply molecular technologies into on-going rice breeding programs aimed at developing high yielding varieties resistant to various biotic and abiotic stresses with improved grain an...
Online at 1pm Eastern Daylight Time (GMT - 4:00) (12pm Central, 11am Mountain, 10am Pacific) - , United States
During this webinar, Dr. Heather Merk, The Ohio State University, will introduce R software for statistical analysis and demonstrate how R has been used to analyze tomato phenotypic data collected for the SolCAP project.
EUCARPIA - European Association for Research on Plant Breeding
Cristal Hall (Aula Kryształowa), Warsaw University of Life Sciences - Warsaw, Poland
Will cover research on genetic resources, new breeding methods like genome mapping, molecular markers, genetic transformation, next generation sequencing in fruit breeding, as well as studies on resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses, tree architecture and fruit qu...
Imaging solutions for roots, shoots and canopy phenotypic traits - Novel sensors technologies for plant phenotyping - Data management and analysis pipelines - Data modeling and environmental simulation - Development of standards and best practices for plant phenotyping ...
Online course offered by the Dept. of Agronomy & Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Lincoln, NE, United States
Online graduate-level course offered for noncredit professional development. Course covers common breeding methods used to improve self-pollinated crops, such as wheat, rice and barley, and theoretical basis for self-pollinated crop breeding.
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