Poster Directory


Directory in alpha order by poster presenter last name.

Prefix First
Name
Last
Name
Organization City State Country Abstract Title
Mr.  Charles  Burdine  USDA Forest Service  Saucier  MS  United States  Using Simple Sequence Repeat Markers to Identify Chestnut Species and Hybrids
Ms.  Ana  Castillo  North Carolina State University  Raleigh  NC  United States  Assessment of Genetic Variation of Growth and Water-Use Efficiency in Mature Longleaf Pine 
Ms.  Barbara  Crane  USDA Forest Service  Atlanta  GA  United States  Recent News - Longleaf Pine Genetics and Silviculture Activities on the Southern National Forests 
Dr.  Ananda  De Aguiar  Embrapa Florestas  Colombo  Parana  Brazil  Genetic Variability of Rooting Traits of Progenies and Clones of Calophyllum brasiliense Cambess
Dr.  Ananda  De Aguiar  Embrapa Florestas  Colombo  Parana  Brazil  Genetic Parameter Estimation in a Loblolly Pine Progeny Test
Dr.  Craig  Echt  USDA Forest Service  Saucier  MS  United States  DNA Markers to Identify Southern Pines and Their Hybrids
Mr.  Daniel  Genung  North Carolina State University Cooperative Tree Improvement Program  Raleigh  NC  United States  TIPRoot Database: A Tool For Managing Breeding, Testing, and Selection Data in the NC State University Cooperative Tree Improvement Program 
Dr.  Nirmal  Joshee  Fort Valley State University  Fort Valley  GA  United States  Reproductive Biology of Paulownia elongata, a Multipurpose Tree
Dr.  Telesphore  Kabera  University of Rwanda  University of Rwanda  Kigali  Rwanda Diversity of non-native tree populations in the different Districts of Rwanda 
Ms.  Hae In  Kang  Seoul National University  Seoul  Korea-Republic of (KOR)  Genetic Diversity and Clone Structure of the Endangered Species of Thuja koraiensis: Conservation Strategy in Response to Climate Change
Ms.  Rachel  Landham  University of Kentucky  Lexington  KY  United States  Effects of Thinning Regimes on Genetic Variation of White Oak (Quercus alba L.) in Eastern Hardwood Forests
Ms.  Jennifer  Lauture  University of Florida Miami FL  United States  Analyzing Growth and Oleoresin Productivity of Loblolly and Slash Pine Pseudo-Backcross Hybrids
Prof.  Milan  Lstiburek  Czech University of Life Sciences  Prague  Czech Republic  Optimum Neighborhood Seed Orchard Design - Software Package 
Ms.  Sunny  Lucas  USDA Forest Service  Asheville  NC  United States  Use of Recirculating Irrigation System to Contain Soilborne Pathogen Phytophthora cinnamomi in Operational Disease Resistance Trials 
Mr.  Peter McClure TerViva Okeechobee FL  United States  New Advanced Generation Seedling Seed Orchards Use Methodology Developed for Eucalyptus grandis in Florida 
Dr.  Scott  Merkle  University of Georgia  Athens  GA  United States  Somatic Embryogenesis in Ozark chinquapin 
Dr.  Scott  Merkle  University of Georgia  Athens  GA  United States  Development of an In Vitro Assay for Resistance to Phytophthora cinnamomi in Chestnut 
Mrs.  Serenia  O'Berry  North Carolina State University Cooperative Tree Improvement Program  Raleigh  NC  United States  Soil Compaction in Loblolly Pine Seed Orchards and the Impacts on Tree Health and Cone Yields
Dr.  Kevin  Potter  North Carolina State University  Research Triangle Park  NC  United States  Population Isolation Results in Unexpectedly High Differentiation in Carolina Hemlock (Tsuga caroliana), an Imperiled Southern Appalachian Endemic Conifer
Dr.  Kevin  Potter  North Carolina State University  Research Triangle Park  NC  United States  Project CAPTURE: A U.S. National Prioritization Framework for Tree Species Threatened by Climate Change and Other Threats
Dr.  Tania  Queseda  University of Florida/IFAS, School of Forest Resources and Conservation Gainesville  FL  United States  Pitch Canker Disease as a Model to Discover Biological Drivers of Pitch Canker Disease in a Changing Climate
Dr.  Donghwan  Shim  National Institute of Forest Science  Suwon  Korea-Republic of (KOR)  A Novel Approach to Phenotypic Analysis of Forest Trees for Accelerating Breeding 
Mr.  Andrew  Sims  University of Florida/IFAS, School of Forest Resources and Conservation Gainesville  FL  United States  A Proposed Study on the Genetic Control of Fertilizer Response and Post-Senescence Nutrient Content Assessed Via Foliar Sampling in Loblolly Pine 


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