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North Carolina State University Announces Degrees Awarded in Horticulture

Wednesday, May 29, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Cindy Slone
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The Department of Horticultural Science at North Carolina State  University is pleased to announce the following degrees were awarded May 2019 and will be awarded August 2019:
  • Dustin Adcock (MHS). Growing Plants for Biodiversity on the Farm.
  • Lauren Arteman (MS). Parthenocarpic Pickling Cucumber Production in North Carolina.
  • Paul Bartley (PhD). Multidimensional Characterization of Horticultural Substrates.
  • Dian Ducharme (PhD). Incidence and Persistence of Salmonella and Escherichia coli in Environmental Samples from North Carolina Tomato Production Systems.
  • William Hembree (MS). Cytogenetics in Camellia and Deutzia.
  • Hunter Landis (MS).  Aluminum Effect on Hydrangea Plant Tissue Nutrient Concentrations and Sepal Coloration.
  • Jennifer Lindley (MS). Bicyclopyrone as a Possible Flumioxazin Herbicide Alternative in Sweetpotato.
  • Fernando Montero (MS). Effects of Preharvest and Postharvest Treatments on Incidence and Severity of Internal Necrosis in 'Covington' Sweetpotato.
  • Bonny Oloka (PhD). Genetic Linkage Map Construction Using SNP Markers and QTL Analysis in Two Bi-parental Sweetpotato Mapping Populations.
  • Zhiwei Pan (MS). Celtuce Production Characteristics Under Nutrient and Water Stress.
  • Takshay Patel (PhD). Studies on Anthracnose Resistance in Watermelon.
  • Navin Shrestha (MS). Mapping Quantitative Trait Loci (QTL) Associated with Flavonoid in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.).
  • James Turner Smith (MS). Paclobutrazol Drench Efficacy in Soilless Substrates Containing Wood and Pine Bark, and Vegetative Hemp Growth in Peat and Coir-Based Substrates.
  • Xiangnan Xu (MS). Optimizing Environmental Parameters for Day-neutral Strawberry Propagation with Precision Indoor System.
  • Elisheba Young (MS). Quality Related Trait Evaluations in a Segregating F1 Population of Blueberries from a Cross Between ‘Reveille’ and ‘Arlen’ Cultivars and Single Nucleotide Polymorphic (SNP) Marker Discovery in a Diverse Panel of Blueberry (Vaccinium) Species.

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