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Scheldorf, Brown, and Kumar awarded Arthur Boller Research Funding

Congratulations to Kate Brown, Shanthanu Krishna Kumar, and Andrew Scheldorf, recipients of research funds from the Arthur Boller Research Fund.  The fund supports research on apples and cherries with the primary intent of fostering research on these commodities and increasing involvement of students in research.

Graduate and undergraduate students from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences are eligible to submit research proposals, with two to four proposals being chosen for a maximum award of $1,000 each.

head shot of womanAn Integrated, Systems-Level Approach to In-Row Weed Management for High-Density, Organic Apple Production

Kate Brown, graduate student in the Peck research program

 


head shot of man in a white shirtRNA based transcriptional profiling to elucidate the relationship between early season carbohydrate status and proanthocyanidin concentrations in Malus x domestica fruit

Shanthanu Krishna Kumar, graduate student in the Peck research program

 


head shot of a man in a green shirtDetermining Genetic Location of Red Pigmentation Control Using a M. prunifolia x M. domestica Interspecific Population

Andrew Scheldorf, graduate student in Susan Brown’s research program

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