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  • UNL Agronomy and Horticulture Faculty
    Diane Nolan dnolan2@unl.edu 402-475-1515
    This is a community for both teaching and non-teaching faculty.

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  • Plant Breeding Training Network
    Deana Namuth-Covert, PhD dcovert2@unl.edu
    Welcome to the Plant Breeding Training Network (PBTN)!  Feel free to browse the reference materials located within the community.  If you would like to view current discussion topics and collaborate with other community members, you'll need to create an account Here are instructions about how to create a PBTN account. If you are visiting the community page to attend a webinar, here are instructions on how to use the Adobe Connect meeting room. Please click the Adobe Connect icon above. Enter as a guest with your name and institution.  Building on infrastructure created through the support of NSF, The Plant Breeding Training Network has been created as part of the Triticeae CAP funded through USDA NIFA. PBTN launched the summer of 2011. As it grows and develops, we anticipate breeding and genetics collaborators from other plant species will be added. Please take a look around and we hope you find the materials, webinars, classes and interactions with colleagues in this environment to be rewarding. Together we can meet the food needs of a growing population, in the midst of climate challenges. We hope you become a frequent visitor of this site to share with us the experiences of this exciting project. Deana Namuth-Covert and Jamie Sherman PBTN Directors Gary Muhelbauer and Jorge Dubcovsky TCAP Project Directors      

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  • NAIPSC Web Course
    Steve Young steve.young@unl.edu
    2014 NAIPSC Web Course Welcome! You're here to participate in the NAIPSC WC, which was held January 22-23 online. Since you will be viewing the archived sessions, your only method for interacting is through email that is sent to a particular instructor. This course has been approved for CEUs and CCA credits. Please contact Steve Young (sly27@cornell.edu) for more information. It is our intention that by making this information avaiable online that you can continue to learn about how to better manage invasive plants by incorporating the latest techniques from some of the most knowledgeable individuals. Below you will find a detailed agenda, sessions, instructor email addresses, and a copy of the chat from the discussion that was posted throughout the 2 day course. If you have any questions or problems, please let me know.   Click here for the 2014 NAIPSC Web Course Agenda     Day 1:   Welcome and Introduction - Steve Young, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Steve's email: sly27@cornell.edu)   Principle of Invasive Plant Management - Stephen Enloe, Auburn University (Stephen's email: sfe0001@auburn.edu)   Basics of Plant ID - John Kartesz, Biota of North America Project, and Steve Young (John's email: jkartesz@bonap.org)   Mapping Invasive Plants - Lisa Rew, Montana State University (Lisa's email: lrew@montana.edu)   Database Options for Invasive Plants – Chuck Bargeron, University of Georgia (Chuck's email: cbargero@uga.edu)   Day 1 Question & Answer Session - All Instructors from Day 1     Day 2:   Review of Day 1 and Intro Day 2 - Steve Young   Principles of Restoration - Jane Mangold, Montana State University (Jane's email:  jane.mangold@montana.edu)   Opportunities for Eradication - Stephen Enloe   Herbicide Mode of Action and Uptake - Roger Becker, University of Minnesota, (Roger's email:  becke003@umn.edu)   Stressing Invasive Plants - Steve Young   Demonstrating EDRR - Chuck Bargeron   Day 2 Question & Answer and Program Wrap-up - All Instructors   Click here for a copy of the chat that occurred during the entire two-day course.  

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Featured Animations
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    Plant Breeding Activity
    This interactive activity goes through the basic process used in a traditional breeding program. Crossing, genetic variation, selection and elements of DNA technology are discussed within this activity. The material is aimed towards high school or introductory life science undergraduate students.
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    Peroxidación de Lípidos
    Muestra el proceso de peroxidación de lípidos y la resultante destrucción de las membranas.
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    Antisense RNA Technology
    This animation shows Antisense Technology and its use in tomatoes.
Featured Lessons
  • Electrophoresis: How scientists observe fragments of DNA Describes gel electrophoresis and how the method is used in molecular genetic analysis.
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  • Native Plant Breeding: Bringing the Beauty of Nature Home Looks at how native plant breeders create plants with new combinations of desired traits; the relationship between plants, flowers and seeds; male and female structures flowers; flower types based on ...
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  • Foliar Absorption and Phloem Translocation Herbicides must be absorbed into plants in order to be effective. Herbicide absorption can occur through leaves, roots or both. The process by which herbicides kill weeds, called mode of actio...
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  • Backcross Breeding 2 - The Backcrossing Process This lesson discusses the final stage of developing genetically engineered crops. The need for backcrossing, and the steps of this breeding method are described. Yield lag, yield drag, and gene stac...
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  • Transformation 2 - Transformation Methods This lesson explains the procedure of introducing a new gene into a plant cell (transformation). It discusses the main goals of the transformation process and describes the four main methods of tran...
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