A Three Pronged Approach to understanding the defensive mechanism in Green Ash resistant to EAB - Shared screen with speaker view
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oh I see the correct slide - sorry
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@Daniel Nation...My opinion is drought and the chemicals being sprayed into the sky (aka geoengineering) I'm seeing major damage on many species.
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Might want to let her know that she's showing the presenter view rather than a full screen view
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Can she go into full presentation mode so that we can see the slides in full screen setting?
can screen display be switched to one slide at a time?
The audio is not very good - hard to understand her
I agree. Please show full screen.
Dr. Romero-Stevenson is in full presentation mode, but is sharing the wrong screen.
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Her notes are very informative & interesting, actually! I thought of it as closed-captioning!
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Tim Lanky Morrill
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Audio good. Check preferences on computer.
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The real problem was the very slow response of both the government AND the main academic community, and a reluctance to spend money on it until it was too late to eradicate.
Has anyone found out EXACTLY where the EAB came from (i.e. the EAB indigenous home base) .... and, if the indigenous home is known, are there still Fraxinus spp. growing there?
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Do surviving ash have to be over a certain size to be considered lingering ash?
what was that article title?
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This is fascinating!
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Fun speaking style. Enjoying the humorous asides. :-)
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will a vid be available? I'd like to listen to it again, later in the day when interruptions are fewer.
Some fungal endophytes and root mutualists can increase alkaloid production via the shikimate pathway - is there a potential role for these organisms in plant immune response following attack and/or treatment?
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Did you use any comparative genomics to find how lingering ash are genetically different. It seems like metabolomic and genomic data would both be enlightening.
How is genetic bottlenecking be avoided when selectively growing individuals?
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Great presentation and speaker - I'm missing my college classes! "Drat", "Doom and gloom", :elucidate"--- underused "phase-eology" and English language needs to come back! Fired up to advocate for increased funding for breeding EAB resistant trees!
Yay amazing presentation
Thank you very much, so interesting!
Wonderful presentation. Thank you.
Outstanding presentation! Thank you!!
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Thank you for an excellent presentation!
I do have a LS in my backyard that has survived through 16 some yers of exposure to EAB and it’s happily seeding throughout my acreage. Unscientific, but fruitful. Mary A Bauer
Solid research and accessible presentation for genetics layman 😁 Thank you, so good!
What an amazing presentation! Dr. Jeanne Romero-Severson is a fantastic speaker. She is highly intelligent and has a sense of humor. Have her back! Love her personality. What a joy to watch/listen to. Takes what some may consider dry and boring and transforms it into something intriguing and easy to grasp. What a truly Enjoyable time! Thank you!
A pithy (sorry!) presentation that really underscores the need for adequate and consistent funding. Thank you!
Tim Lanky Morrill
Excellent presentation. Exciting! maybe there is hope!!
Thank you, Excellent presentation.
I greatly enjoyed the presentation. My property borders a stream bottom in North Carolina with a lot of ash. Most are completely dead and have fallen down. Several are almost dead, but one or two are completely alive and green and show no outward signs of decline. I have always wondered if they had resistance or were just lucky so far.
I dropped my pesticide license 13 years ago to find and push Alternative limits. I live eat and breathe this information for my Non pesticide tool box. Fighting chemical culture is nearly impossible, nearly, not totally. Thank you! This was so helpful, hopeful and insightful.
Excellent work! Funding should be thrown at your program. Foundational stuff.
Biocontrols can work better in combination with resistant trees as the resistance slows the pest down, giving additional opportunity for the biocontrol to impact the pest population.
Great information and loved her presentation style!!
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What about Black Ash. Is it more susceptible? Any referneces?
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I am starting to see white ash seedling growing along roadsides here in Pittsburgh. Have seen several lingering green ash that are carrying some level of infestation, but their crowns look pretty good.
Thanks so much for this great presentation.
are you going to share the slides with attendees?
can a tree learn eab resistance from another tree, by chemical exchange
Mary Jane Marlow
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Thank you very much, indeed!
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Thank you so much --terrific presentation!
Excellent presentation. Thank you so much!
And for hosting the recording: Worth a share!
Thanks for the great seminar. Good luck with your future research!!
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This has been a great presentation! Genetics is a fascinating area of research.
Thank you for this vital info. Great presentation.
Agreed! Most excellent!
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Fantastic presentation, Thanks.
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Thank you very much for an informative presentation, I greatly enjoyed it
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Excellent presentation. Gives us all hope. I've anwsered the poll but am unable to submit it.
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Thanks as always!!!
Thank you, this was really interesting
Jeannette Le Duc
This event worth 5 CEUs
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