50th Illinois Corn Breeders School Proceedings

Michael Blanco and Candice Gardner, USDA-ARS
NCRPIS Exotic Maize Germplasm: 20 Years of Evolution of GEM Enhancement and Curation Strategies

Thomas Luebberstedt, Iowa State University
Use of Doubled Haploids in the Context of Genetic Resource Exploitation

Wolfgang Schipprack, University of Hohenheim, Germany
Identification and Selection of in vivo-induced Haploid Seeds in Maize Based on Oil Content

Sherry Flint-Garcia, USDA-ARS
Using Genetics, Genomics and Breeding to Understand Diverse Maize Germplasm

Natalia deLeon, University of Wisconsin at Madison
Genomic Signatures of Long Term Selection Programs in Maize

Laura Gentry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Understanding the Continuous Corn Yield Penalty

Yuhe Liu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Gene Discovery of Nitrogen Utilization in Maize

Sarah Potts, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Identification of QTL and candidate genes for plant density tolerance in maize

Klaus Koehler, Dow AgroSciences
Impact of Genomics on Maize Breeding at Dow AgroSciences

John Dudley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Illinois Corn Breeders’ School—A Historical Perspective

Thomas Hoegemeyer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Maize breeding industry—Historical Perspective

Michael Chandler, Pioneer
Molecular Breeding Towards Efficient Product Advancement

Michael Lohuis, Monsanto
Implications of Nutrient Management for Corn Breeding