335 Symposium--Plant Genetic Resources - Native Plants

Oral Session
C08 Plant Genetic Resources Status, strategies, needs and opportunities for conservation and utilization of plant genetic diversity.


C08 Plant Genetic Resources
Wednesday, October 19, 2011: 8:00 AM-11:15 AM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Room 214A

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Candice Gardner and Melanie Harrison-Dunn
Melanie Harrison-Dunn and Stephanie Greene
8:05 AM
What's In Our Back Yard? Developing An Inventory of U.S. Native and Naturalized Crop Germplasm.
Stephanie Greene, Washington State University; Colin Khoury, Global Crop Trust
8:25 AM
8:45 AM
Yellow Flowered Alfalfa: Its Introduction, Naturalization and Use In the USA.
Michael Peel, USDA, ARS Forage and Range Research Lab; Arvid Boe, South Dakota State University
9:05 AM
Collection and Seed Production of Allium Acuminatum.
Barbara Hellier, USDA-ARS Western Regional Plant Introduction Station; Richard C. Johnson, USDA-ARS Western Regional Plant Introduction Station
9:25 AM
Wild Helianthus Species: Collection of a Native Son to Provide a Diverse Germplasm Resource.
Gerald Seiler, USDA-ARS Northern Crop Science Laboratory; Laura Marek, Iowa State University and USDA-ARS
9:45 AM
10:00 AM
10:20 AM
David Dierig, USDA-ARS National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation; Von Mark V. Cruz, USDA, ARS, Nationall Center for Genetic Resources Preservation
10:40 AM
Native Plant Conservation Partnership with BLM and Development of Seed Zones for Restoration.
Richard C. Johnson, USDA-ARS; Mike Cashman, USDA-ARS; Barbara Heiller, USDA-ARS; Ken Vance-Borland, The Conservation Planning Institute; Peggy Olwell, BLM; David Ellis, USDA-ARS; Matthew Horning, U.S. Forest Service; Erin Espeland, USDA-ARS; Brad St Clair, U.S. Forest Service; Vicky Erickson, U.S. Forest Service
11:00 AM