“Transcriptome profiling provides insights into the mechanisms of Promysalin, an intragenus-specific antibiotic with activity against Pseudomonas.” - Krista Giglio

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 12:20pm

Plant Science Building, 404

Krista Giglio
Molecular Biologist, USDA-ARS

Our research unit advances comprehensive knowledge of the biological and economic impacts of invasive pest/pathogen populations and develops appropriate sustainable, economical, and environmentally friendly management strategies. Research encompasses insects, weeds, nematodes, fungi, bacteria, and viruses, and focuses on the interactions of pests and pathogens with their hosts at the molecular, cellular, organismal and ecological levels. We also curate the world’s largest collection of fungal pathogens of insects to provide fungal germplasm for research and biopesticide development. Research is regional, national and global in scope and we strive to develop outcomes that are directly transferable to our stakeholders. Current efforts support the following key commodities; potato, tomato, citrus, coffee, greenhouse and nursery crops, as well as, diverse natural landscapes with results being applicable to many other agricultural and natural ecosystems.

Event Type

Seminar

Departments

Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology

Tags

nysaes, pppmb, sips, CALScomm

Website

https://pppmb.cals.cornell.edu/

Hashtag

#seminar

Contact E-Mail

tln2@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Tara Reed

Contact Phone

607.255.2131

Speaker

Krista Giglio

Speaker Affiliation

USDA-ARS

Open To

public

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