CucCAP scientist, Rebecca Grumet, will present, “Application of genomic tools for mapping and analysis of valuable traits in cucurbit” at the XIIth Eucarpia Meeting on Cucurbit Genetics and Breeding.
Researchers at Michigan State University used a fluorescent isolate of the broad host range pathogen, Phytophthora capsici, to develop a high-throughput, microtiter plate assay for replicated quantification of pathogen growth on plant tissue in real time. This method, which can detect pathogen growth prior to development of symptoms, can assist with screening for disease resistance, mapping of resistance loci, testing efficacy of control measures, or elucidation of fundamental host-pathogen interactions.
PAG XXIX which was originally scheduled for January 2021 in San Diego, is officially postponed until January 8 – 12, 2022.
The CucCAP cucumber team is breeding cucumbers for resistance to downy mildew and Phytophthora fruit rot.
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Presentations from CucCAP researchers address cucumber breeding, melon pathogens, and watermelon production. Phenotypic Analysis of the U.S. Cucumber PI Core Collection for Fruit Morphological Diversity Ying-Chen Lin, Yiqun Weng, University of Wisconsin and Rebecca Grumet, Michigan State University Continue Reading QTL-Seq of Young Fruit Resistance to Phytophthora Capsici in Cucumber Ying-Chen Lin and Rebecca Grumet, […]
Genotyping by sequencing, Sequence data processing/analysis, ICuGI database development, Community standardized nomenclature, Genomic, bioinformatics workshops, GBS of cucurbit species and establishment of molecular-informed core populations, Population genomics and GWAS analyses, and Genomic resequencing of core collections
CucCAP#1 Final Annual Progress Report, July 2020. Team members include Yiqun Weng (USDA, ARS), Rebecca Grumet (Michigan State University), and Todd Wehner (NC State University).