Research and Extension Experiences for Undergraduates (REEU) Poster Symposium

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Research and Extension Experiences for Undergraduates (REEU) Poster Symposium

 

The Research and Extension Experiences for Undergraduates (REEU) program is organized through the Department of Plant Pathology at Kansas State University (K-State) and is a summer internship program in plant pathology and related subjects (e.g. crop genetics, horticulture, entomology, and agronomy). The student interns will work with faculty, postdoctoral scholars, or graduate students at K-State on research projects that will be either lab-, greenhouse-, field-based, or a combination of above components. To learn more please visit the Summer Internships in Plant Health at Kansas State University website.

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  • Smith, Nathan; Mangel, Dylan; Beyer, Nick; Ranabhat, Nar; Davis, Mark; Bruce, Myron; Rupp, Jessica L. (2019)
    In 2018, over 277,000 bushels of wheat were produced on 7.7 million acres of land in Kansas alone. Based on the price of wheat by the end of 2018, this accounted for $1.44 million. This wheat is normally rotated with ...
  • Solorzano, Chantal; Dalby, Melinda; Valent, Barbara (2019)
    Magnaporthe oryzae has been devastating to various grasses. This is especially true in food crops around the globe. Resistance has been implemented but has not been completely successful due to the variability of the fungus. ...
  • Bach, Tory; Bashir, Elfaddil; Cruet-Burgos, Clara; Rhodes, Davina (2019)
    Purpose The purpose of this research is to understand the heritability and genetic controls of sorghum grain carotenoids in order to develop a biofortification plan. Hypothesis and Predictions • Hypothesis 1: Carotenoids ...
  • Whitten, Samantha (2019)
    Machine learning Artificial Intelligence (AI) hold the potential to benefit farmers and the environment. Computer models can identify lady beetles in images, and, with more training, possibly determine their presence in ...
  • Phipps, Savannah; Redila, Carla; Quintana, Theresa; Nouri, Shahdeh (2019)
    Wheat Streak Mosaic WSM) is a complex disease found to cause severe impact on wheat yield. Wheat streak mosaic virus (WSMV Triticum Mosaic Virus (TMV) and Wheat Mosaic Virus (WMOV) are all transmitted by Aceria tosichella, ...

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