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Automated Evaluation of Grape Breeding Progeny to Reduce the Phenotyping Bottleneck
While genetic information is becoming inexpensive, measuring attributes of interest such as disease resistance or cluster architecture has been a laborious, manual process.  VitisGen researchers are developing methods of more rapidly and objectively screening ‘mapping populations’.  Their goal: to streamline the process of associating plant traits with genetic markers.

Panelists from the VitisGen2 Breeding and Local Phenotyping Team:
Lance Cadle-Davidson, VitisGen2 Project Co-Leader and USDA Research Plant Pathologist
Matthew Clark, Assistant Professor at University of Minnesota
Rachel Naegele, USDA Research Horticulturist
Anna Underhill, MSc student at University of Minnesota

Apr 19, 2018 2:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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