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First Name Last Name Organization Abstract Title PDF
Puran  Bridgemohan  University of Trinidad & Tobago  Hot Peppers XI : Developing a Colour Standards for Caribbean Hot Peppers
Riselane  Bruno  Universidade Federal da Paraíba  In Vitro Germination of Ornamental Pepper (Capsicum chinense L.)  
Yahaira  Cab  Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán A.C.  Response Mechanisms in the Interaction Between Capsicum Chinense Jacq. and the Oomycete Pythium ultimum.  
Fabio  Espichán  Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia  Identification of Biomarkers and Chemical Descriptors of Taste and Aroma in Native Peruvian Chili Peppers Through a Metabolomic Approach 
Saúl  Fraire-Velázquez  Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas  Differential Response in Capsicum annuum with Rhizobium rhizogenes-transformed Roots Inoculated with Bacterial or Fungal Biocontrol Agents and Pathogens   
Saúl  Fraire-Velázquez  Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas  Genomic and Biological Traits in Four Native Bacterial Strains Acting as Plant Growth Promoters and Biocontrol Agents Against Root Pathogens in Capsicum annuum L.  
Christian  Miller  UF/IFAS  Evaluation of 37 Different Pepper Cultivars in South Florida, 2014 -2018  
Majeed  Mohammed  University of the West Indies  Hot Pepper IX: Modified Atmosphere Packaging and Chilling Injury Tolerance of Twelve Ornamental Pepper Genotypes 
Majeed  Mohammed  University of the West Indies   Hot Pepper X: Assessment of Postharvest Losses of Hot Peppers at Seven Market Outlets in Trinidad 
Pablo  Navia Gine  Adama  NIMITZ®, a Non-fumigant, Contact Nematicide Registered for Use in Capsicum Crops   
Chinemenma  Okoroji  Florida A&M University  Identification, Monitoring and Management of Serious Pest Insects of Peppers in Florida and Transfer of Technology to Small Scale Growers   
Fredy Enrique  Quispe Jacobo  INIA  Post-harvest Evaluation of Promissory Accessions of Native Capsicum from National Institute of Agrarian Innovation – Peru
Ximena  Reyes  CIFP  The Wild Species of Chili in Bolivia 
Cláudia  Ribeiro  Embrapa Vegetables  Brs Tui: A New Brazilian Sweet Biquinho-type Pepper Cultivar 
Emily  Rodekohr  Cornell University  Delicious, Ornamental New Snacking Peppers  
John  Stommel  USDA, ARS  Genetic Resistance to Pepper Anthracnose: Lessons from Tomato 
Rodrigo  Valverde  Louisiana State University Agricultural Center  Occurrence of Persistent Viruses in Capsicum Species   
Benigno  Villalon  Retired  Development of Disease and Insect Resistant Capsicums
Gregory  Vogel  Cornell University  Advances in Phytophthora Resistance Breeding at Cornell University 
Stephanie  Walker  New Mexico State University  Effect of Plant Spacing on Plant and Pod Attributes for Mechanized Harvest of New Mexico Green Chile (Capsicum annuum)   
Pengxiang Wu Florida A&M University  In Vitro Consumption Patterns of Pepper Weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on Two Commercial Pepper Cultivars in Florida   

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