Videos

Title
Being a plant pathologist when no one cares!

A seminar presentation by  Dr. Sally Mallowa Obura from the Department of Biology, Augustana University, Sioux Fall, South Dakota, dated May 1, 2018 and titled "Being a plant pathologist when no one cares!"

Comparative genomics insights into the wonderful world of plant-feeding invertebrate microbiomes

A seminar presentation by Dr. Amanda Brown from Texas Tech University, dated April 17, 2018 and titled "Comparative genomics insights into the wonderful world of plant-feeding invertebrate microbiomes."

Mosquito surveillance in Iowa: A new nemesis and old foes

A seminar presentation by  Dr. Ryan Smith from the Department of Entomology at Iowa State University, dated April 9, 2018 and titled "Mosquito surveillance in Iowa: A new nemesis and old foes"

Soybean diseases and the importance of certified seed

A presentation by Dr. Kristina Petrović from the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Novi Sad, Serbia, dated 3rd April 2018 and titled “Soybean diseases and the importance of certified seed”

Food of the gods: co-adaptations between the fungal symbionts and mycangia of ambrosia beetles

A PhD exit seminar presentation by Chase Mayers, dated 3rd April 2018 and titled “Food of the gods: co-adaptations between the fungal symbionts and mycangia of ambrosia beetles.”

The war on worms in Africa: plant parasitic nematode threats to food security

A seminar presentation by Danny Coyne, from the IITA Nairobi, Kenya, dated 16th March, 2018 and titled “The war on worms in Africa: plant parasitic nematode threats to food security”

Exploring molecular effects of gene pyramiding to control soybean aphid

A presentation during one of the PLPM Spring 2018 seminar series, by Dr. Gustavo MacIntosh of the ISU Dept. of Biochemistry,Biophysics, and Molecular Biology (BBMB), on March 6.

CRISPR-Cas systems: RNA-guided immunity in prokaryotes

A presentation during one of the PLPM Spring 2018 seminar series, by Dr. Dipali Sashital of the ISU Dept. of Biochemistry,Biophysics, and Molecular Biology (BBMB), on January 30.

Shifting soil and rhizosphere microbiomes to more robust, interconnected communities: Is everything “N”-sync?

A presentation during one of the PLPM Spring 2018 seminar series, by Dr. Larry Halverson of the ISU Dept. of PLPM, on February 27

Regulation of autophagy by stress and hormone signaling pathways

A presentation during one of the PLPM Spring 2018 seminar series, by Dr. Diane Bassham, on February 13.

Pages