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FernandoAnnualReport08-09 - ANNUAL REPORT June 1 2008(i.e...

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ANNUAL REPORT: June 1, 2008 – May 31, 2009 (i.e., Summer 2008, AY 2008-2009) DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND FOREST BIOLOGY SUNY-ESF NAME : Danilo D. Fernando I. INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES 1. Regular Course Offerings Credit No. No. of Lab. Course No. Title Hrs. Students Sections SUMMER: None FALL: EFB 427/627 Plant Developmental Biology 3 8 2 BTC 132 Orientation Seminar in Biotechnology 1 16 0 SPRING EFB 326 Plant Diversity 3 66 4 2. Non-Scheduled Course Offerings (e.g., 496, 899, 999) Credit No. Course No. Title Hrs. Students FALL: BTC 420 Internship in Biotechnology 3-5 5 BTC 498 Research Problem/Biotechnology 3 1 EFB 798 Research Problem/EFB 3-6 3 EFB 898 Professional Experience 3 1 EFB 999 Doctoral Thesis Research 3 2 SPRING: BTC 498 Research Problem/Biotechnology 2-3 3 EFB 498 Research Problem/EFB 3 1 EFB 999 Doctoral Thesis Research 8-10 2 3. Continuing Education and Extension (short courses, workshops, etc.) None 4. Guest Lecture Activities Course No. Title No. of Lectures None II. STUDENT ADVISING A. Number of undergraduates for whom you are the student’s official advisor __16__ and unofficial advisor _____ B. Graduate Students: (Name, degree sought, starting date, month & year; if a degree was completed, please give date and full citation for the thesis or dissertation).
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MAJOR PROFESSOR Christina Quinn, Ph.D. Program, Started August 2006 Arnold Salazar, Ph.D. Program, Started January 2007 Teresa Boettrich, MPS Program, Started August 2008 CO-MAJOR PROFESSOR None MEMBER, STEERING COMMITTEE (other than those listed above) Kathleen Baier, M.S. Program, Started August 2006 - EFB Collin Fischer, Ph.D. Program, Started August 2005 – Chemistry Department (SB3 Program), SU Nikhilesh Dhar, Ph.D. Program, Started August 2006 – Biology Department, SU CHAIRMAN OR READER ON THESIS EXAMS, ETC. None III. RESEARCH COMPLETED OR UNDERWAY A. Departmental Research (unsupported, boot-legged; title - % time spent) Isolation and cloning of secreted proteins from pine pollen tubes (10%) Isolation and cloning of microRNAs from pine pollen tubes (10%) Development of a tissue regeneration protocol for willow (5%) Development of a tissue regeneration protocol for Ginkgo (5%) Transformation of pine pollen tubes (5%) B. 1. Grant-supported Research (source, subject, amount - total award and current year, award period starting and ending dates; list graduate research assistants supported by each grant) None 2. Research Proposals pending (as in B.1., above) NSF. Genomics of Pine Pollen Tube Wall Formation and Regulation. $268,574. ESF. Genetic Improvement of loblolly pine through pollen transformation coupled with artificial pollination. $4,000. IV. PUBLICATIONS (Full bibliographic citation, i.e., do not use "with Jones," or "Jones, et al."; please list only publications published, in press, or actually submitted during this reporting period --- do not list manuscripts in preparation ). A. Refereed Publications Fernando DD, Quinn CR, Brenner E, Owens JN. Male gametophyte development and evolution in gymnosperms.
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