Stephen Parris

Stephen Parris
Clemson University | CU · Department of Plant & Environmental Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Investigating host-pathogen interactions, barriers to somatic embryogenesis, and trait improvement in cotton.

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Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum race 4 (FOV4) is a devastating fungus pathogen that causes Fusarium wilt in both domesticated cotton species, Gossypium hirsutum (Upland) and G. barbadense (Pima). Greenhouse and field-based pathogenicity assays can be a challenge due to non-uniform inoculum levels, the presence of endophytes, and varying envir...
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Armillaria and Desarmillaria spp. are causal agents of a devastating root-borne disease of peach. Breeding resistant rootstock requires a reliable screening tool. An in vitro co-culture screen designed for almond was modified by replacing agar-gelled medium with a more aerated phenolic foam and combining resistant and susceptible rootstocks ( i.e....
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Background Genotype independent transformation and whole plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis relies heavily on the intrinsic ability of a genotype to regenerate. The critical genetic architecture of non-embryogenic callus (NEC) cells and embryogenic callus (EC) cells in a highly regenerable cotton genotype is unknown. Results In this...
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• Background • Genotype independent transformation and whole plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis relies heavily on the intrinsic ability of a genotype to regenerate. • Results • In this study, gene expression profiles of a highly regenerable Gossypium hirsutum L. cultivar, Jin668, were analyzed at two critical developmental stages dur...
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Background: High-molecular-weight and pure DNA is crucial for high-quality results from 3rd generation DNA Analyzers and optical mapping technologies. Conventional nuclei isolation methods for preparing high-molecular-weight genomic DNA from plant tissues include the preparation of protoplasts or embedding nuclei in an agarose matrix with subseque...

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