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Britt Koskella - Microbiomes under pressure: how selection shapes microbiome assembly and function

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Florent Trouillas - Research and extension strategies to combat emerging diseases of fruit and nut crops in California

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UC Davis Viticulture and Enology Office Hours: Information about Spotted Lanternfly

On Tuesday, March 5th, from 1-2 pm PT, the Department of Viticulture & Enology at UC Davis Office Hours: Information about Spotted Lanternfly. Cindy Kron, UCANR Integrated Pest Management…

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How to do Essay 3 (SAS25)

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How to do Exercise 3 (SAS25)

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Dr. Etienne Danchin - Parasitic success in the absence of sex: what have we learned from nematode genomes?

"Root-knot nematodes are devastating plant parasites of worldwide importance. Interestingly, species that cause most damages reproduce entirely asexually. These nematodes are extremely…

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Laura Perilla-Henao Exit Seminar

“Ecology, genetics, and genomics of biological nitrogen fixation in the wild: Cicer spp. symbiosis with esorhizobium spp. as a source for useful alleles in agriculture”

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Paul CaraDonna Seminar: Understanding Plant-Pollinator Interactions

"Plant-pollinator interactions are ubiquitous and play an important role in ecosystem functioning across the globe, Critically, plants, pollinators, and their interactions face numerous threats…

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A conversation about participatory science in a unique no-tech setting with Laci Gerhart: A SITT 2023 Interview with Dr. Andy Jones

Laci Gerhart shares her teaching experiences in the unique no-tech setting of a California prison. She describes the data collection the learners participate in and the challenges of providing…

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Marcelo Bustamante Exit Seminar - Biocontrol Strategies against Grapevine Trunk Diseases using Endophytic and Rhizospheric Microorganisms

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Office Hours with Dave & Anita, Episode 21: Why do we need new grape varieties?

On Wednesday, May 24, from 2-3 pm PT, the Department of Viticulture and Enology at UC Davis presented “Office Hours with Dave and Anita, Episode 21: Why do we need new grape varieties?”…

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VEN290 S2023 - The Links Between Vineyard Site, Microbiota, and Fermentation Outcomes by Melissa Peabody

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Zachary Griebenow - Systematic Revision of the Obscure Ant Subfamily Leptanillinae (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), Reciprocally Informed by Phylogenomic Inference and Morphological Data

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Bread Wheat_ Crop Origins and Cultural Uses Part 1

Saarah Kuzay discusses the origins of bread wheat, wheat diversity, and its cultural uses.

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History Domestication and Uses of Phaseolus Beans

Jorge Berny leads a seminar about the history, domestication, and cultural uses of Phaseolus beans.

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Dr. Terry McGlynn - Lessons about thermal ecology from rainforest ants

"As the world is getting hotter, we are now urgently focused on understanding on how climate change affecting insect populations and communities. Many insects in tropical rainforests are…

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