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PLPA 250 Seminar- Lindsey Pedroncelli & Beth Peacock

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Zoom Link Contact: margarita.flores@ucr.edu

The Department of Microbiology and Plant Pathology's weekly Plant Pathology 250 seminar series is presented this week by:

Lindsey Pedroncelli, PLPA Graduate Student 

Seminar Title: "The Role of Irrigation in Disease Development and Management of Macrophomina Charcoal Rot on Strawberries”

Biography: Lindsey Pedroncelli is a 4th year PhD Candidate in Dr. Alex Putman's lab. She studies Macrophomina Charcoal Rot on strawberries, and is specifically analyzing the role of irrigation in disease development and management as well as the infection process of Macrophomina phaseolina on strawberries.

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Beth Peacock, PLPA Graduate Student 

Seminar Title: “A Model-based Approach to Understand HLB”

Biography: Beth Peacock is a 5th year PhD candidate in the lab of Dr. James Borneman. Her research is focused around developing sustainable management strategies for Huanglongbing.

Faculty Host: Dr. Aln Rao; a.rao@ucr.edu

Contact Information
Margarita Flores
(951)-827-3598 margarita.flores@ucr.edu
Type
Plant Pathology 250
Sponsor
Microbiology and Plant Pathology
Target Audience
Students, Faculty, Staff, UCR Community
Admission
Free
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