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Achievements of the National Plant Genome Initiative and New Horizons in Plant Biology K Tree Genomics or Molecular Genetics Support Provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service
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Achievements of the National Plant Genome Initiative and New Horizons in Plant Biology Tree Genomics or Molecular Genetics Support Provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service (USFS) as Either a Competitive Award (Agenda 2020) or Cooperative Agreement from 2000 to 2005 Year Title Amount Cooperative Agreement 2000 Host:Pathogen Signaling in Southern Pine Pathosystems $100,000 2002 Development of a Loblolly Pine FISH-based Karyotype $33,000 2003 Development and Comparison of FISH-based Karyotypes of Loblolly, Shortleaf, Longleaf and Slash Pines $58,000 2005 Molecular Cytogenetics in Pine : Development comparison of FISH-based Karyotypes of Loblolly, Shortleaf, Longleaf and Slash pines $75,000 2005 Microsatellite assessment of genetic diversity in Tsuga $50,000 2005 Singe cell EST sequencing to define resistant and susceptible molecular host responses to hemlock woolly Adelgid $88,000 2004 Differential gene expression in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) challenged by the fusiform rust fungus, Cronartium quercuum f.sp. fusiforme $44,000 Competitive Awards 2002 Discovery of genes controlling adaptive traits in Douglas-fir $180,000 2003 Development of SSR markers from EST sequences in loblolly pine $83,000 2004 Discovery of genes controlling wood property traits in Douglas-fir $180,000 2005 Assessing the Impact of Intensive Forest Management Practices on Wood Formation and Quality at the Level of Gene Expression $369,000 SOURCE: USFS