CucCAP scientist James D. McCreight is a contributor to the 2021 CGC report.
In Peurto Rico, Genotypes of Cucurbita moschata with a range of susceptibility were inoculated with Papaya ringspot virus and Zucchini yellow mosaic virus and evaluated in the greenhouse and field.
Linda Wessel Beaver shares some details about breeding tropical squash for virus resistance in the first CucCAP grant with the Culinary Breeding Network’s Winter Squash Week.
CucCAP scientists and other researchers authored reports in the 2019 Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative (CGC) report which was published in September 2020.
Final Progress Report for the CucCAP#1 Squash Team: Michael Mazourek (Cornell University), Linda Wessel-Beaver (University of Puerto Rico), Angela Linares (University of Puerto Rico), and Chris Smart (Cornell University).
Team members Jonathan Schultheis (NC State University), Mary Hausbeck (Michigan State University), Angela Linares (University of Puerto Rico), Jim McCreight (USDA, ARS), Lina Quesada (NC State University), and Chris Smart (Cornell University) developed a centralized cucurbit disease website, developed and posted diagnostic resources and disease control information, provided diagnostic and disease management assistance, conducted field days, cucurbit variety trials, and disease demonstration plots.
A final list of Publications and Presentations from the CucCAP#1 Squash Team.
Cucurbit breeding, genomics, and pathology submissions from the CucCAP team include: Inheritance of Papaya Ringspot Virus Resistance from Two Distinct Sources in Tropical Pumpkin (Cucurbita moschata)Wilfredo Seda-Martinez, Linda Wessel-Beaver, Jose Carlos V. Rodriguez and Angela Linares Ramirez. (University of Puerto Rico) Allelism of Resistance to Cucurbit Yellow Stunting Disorder Virus in Melon Accessions PI 313970 and TGR 1551. James D. McCreight, […]