Domestication Genomics

Plant and animal domestication genomics, with a focus on evolutionary history, the impacts of domestication on genome-wide variation, and the genomic basis of domestication traits.
Date: Sunday, January 11, 2015
Time: 4:00 PM-6:10 PM
Room: Sunset - Meeting House
Briana L. Gross and Allison Miller
4:00 PM
The Consequence of Domestication in the Common Bean
Roberto Papa, Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, Alimentari e Ambientali, Universita` Politecnica delle Marche

4:20 PM
Loci Involved in Domestication and Improvement of Cultivated Potato As Revealed through Genotyping of Two Diversity Panels
C. Robin Buell, Michigan State University; Michael Hardigan, Michigan State University; John Bamberg, USDA ARS; David Douches, Michigan State University

4:40 PM
Diversification and domestication of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Justin Fay, Washington University School of Medicine

5:00 PM
The Origin of Orange Pigment in Carrot
Shelby L. Ellison, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Massimo Iorizzo, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Douglas Senalik, USDA-ARS; Philipp W. Simon, USDA-ARS and University of Wisconsin-Madison

5:40 PM
Admixture and Selection after Initial Domestication of Cattle
Jared E. Decker, University of Missouri; Jinming Huang, Shandong Academy of Agricultural Sciences; Miranda L. Wilson, University of Missouri; Tara Fountain, University of Missouri; Lynsey Whitacre, University of Missouri; Luciana C.A. Regitano, Embrapa Southeast Livestock; Robert D. Schnabel, Division of Animal Sciences, University of Missouri; Jeremy F. Taylor, Division of Animal Sciences, University of Missouri

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