62 Agro-Ecophysiology (Includes Div. C02/C04 Graduate Student Competition)

Poster Session
C02 Crop Physiology and Metabolism
The session covers ecophysiology as it relates to agronomy in the broadest sense. More specialized fields of agro-ecophysiology will be covered in separate sessions. The session includes poster presentations in the graduate student competition in Divisions C02 and C04.

C04 Seed Physiology, Production & Technology

Monday, November 2, 2009: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Second Floor

Bjorn Martin
Poster #412
Soybean Nitrogen Fixation and Nitrogen Remobilization at Different Reproductive Stages and Water Regimes.
Adriano Terras Mastrodomenico, Univ. of Arkansas; Larry Purcell, Univ. of Arkansas; Andy King, Univ. of Arkansas
Poster #413
Rate and Duration of Seed Component Accumulation in Water Stressed Soybeans.
Jose Rotundo, Iowa State Univ.; Mark Westgate, Iowa State Univ.
Poster #414
Effects of Water-Deficit Stress On Cotton Reproductive Development.
Dimitra Loka, Univ. of Arkansas; Derrick Oosterhuis, Univ. of Arkansas
Poster #415
Drought Tolerance in Cultivated and "Wild" Soybean Species.
Thomas Seversike, North Carolina State Univ.; T.R. Sinclair, Univ. of Florida; Thomas Carter Jr., USDA-ARS; Thomas Rufty Jr., North Carolina State Univ.
Poster #416
Rhizotron Study of the Tolerant Response of Soybean (Glycine Max) Root to Flooding Stress.
Tara VanToai, USDA-ARS; Phil Levison, USDA-ARS; Debra Gamble, USDA-ARS
Poster #417
Response of Selected Tetraploid Gossypium Species to Salt.
Rashmi Tiwari, Univ. of Arkansas; James Stewart, Univ. of Arkansas
Poster #418
Heat Stress in Maize: Response of Grain Yield Components in Hybrids of Contrasting Genetic Background.
Juan Rattalino, FAUBA-CONICET; Gustavo Maddonni, FAUBA-CONICET; Maria Otegui, FAUBA-CONICET
Poster #419
Factors Underlying Grain Yield Response to Plant Density in Maize.
Victor Gonzalez, Univ. of Guelph; Matthijs Tollenaar, Univ. of Guelph
Poster #420
Tomato Plant and Fruit Responses to Growth Regulator Treatment.
Sergio Freitas, Univ. of California; Elizabeth J. Mitcham, Univ. of California
Poster #421
Light Interception Accrual in Soybean as Affected by Seeding Rate and Latitude.
Landon Ries, Univ. of Minnesota; Seth Naeve, Univ. of Minnesota; Palle Pedersen, Iowa State Univ.; Jason De Bruin, Iowa State Univ.; Chad Lee, Univ. of Kentucky; James Board, Louisiana State Univ., AgCenter; William Ross, Univ. of Arkansas; Kurt Thelen, Michigan State Univ.; Tim Berkland, Iowa State Univ.; Tim Boring, Michigan State Univ.; Daniel Jordan, Univ. of Kentucky
Poster #500
Effects of Early Stresses On Plant-to-Plant Variability and Grain Yield in Maize.
Diego Cerrudo, Univ. of Guelph; Greg Stewart, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture & Food; Matthijs Tollenaar, Univ. of Guelph
Poster #501
Poster #502
Impact of Varying Planting Dates and Tillage Systems On Cotton Growth and Lint Yield Production.
William Pettigrew, USDA-ARS, Crop Genetics & Production Res. Unit; William T. Molin, USDA-ARS; Sally R. Stetina, USDA-ARS
Poster #503
Can We Simulate the Impact of Soybean Rust in the South Central Soybean Production Regions of the United States?.
Abdullah Aqeel, Univ. of Kentucky; Elena Prior, Univ. of Kentucky; Joseph Omielan, Univ. of Kentucky; James Board, Louisiana State Univ., AgCenter; Saratha Kumudini, Univ. of Kentucky
Poster #504
The Development and Validation of A Simple Yield Loss Prediction Model for Soybean Rust.
Abdullah Aqeel, Univ. of Kentucky; Joseph Omielan, Univ. of Kentucky; Elena Prior, Univ. of Kentucky; Saratha Kumudini, Univ. of Kentucky; James Board, Louisiana State Univ., AgCenter; Claudia V. Godoy, Embrapa, Soja; David Wright, Univ. of Florida; Robert Kemerait, Univ. of Georgia; Weibo Dong, Univ. of Georgia