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Tree Genomics or Molecular Genetics Support Provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service



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aPPendix k  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, $58,000 Shortleaf, Longleaf and Slash Pines 2005 Molecular Cytogenetics in Pine : Development comparison of FISH-based $75,000 Karyotypes of Loblolly, Shortleaf, Longleaf and Slash pines 2005 Microsatellite assessment of genetic diversity in Tsuga $50,000 2005 Singe cell EST sequencing to define resistant and susceptible molecular $88,000 host responses to hemlock woolly Adelgid 2004 Differential gene expression in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) challenged $44,000 by the fusiform rust fungus, Cronartium quercuum f.sp. fusiforme 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 $369,000 Wood Formation and Quality at the Level of Gene Expression SOURCE: USFS