Emeritus Faculty

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Jack Martin

My interests include the a pplication of quantitative genetic principles and methods in cultivar and germplasm development. Approach includes use of molecular markers and classical biometrical methods. Specific projects center on identification of quantitative trait loci effecting wheat end-use quality and agronomic traits.

   314 LJH
   406-994-5057
   jmmartin@montana.edu
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Don Mathre

Emertitus Faculty
My research focused on soilborne diseases with major emphasis on diseases of small grain cereals. 

   PBB 315
   (406) 994-5149
   mathre@q.com
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Jack Riesselman

Emeritus Faculty
My research focused on testing new technology prior to utilization by Montana producers, fungicide and variety testing, sustainability of agricultural systems, and integrated approaches of disease control.

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John Sherwood

My research focused on developing an understanding of the molecular genetic basis of plant-fungal pathogen interactions in order to develop novel strategies for controlling fungal pathogens. 

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Gary Strobel

My work focuses on the endophytic fungus, Gliocladium roseum, that he discovered in Patagonia. Gliocladium roseum has been shown to produce many of the same hydrocarbons found in diesel fuel.

   315 PBB
   406-994-5148
   uplgs@montana.edu
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Norman Weeden

Emeritus Faculty
My interests involve the genetic studies in pulse crops, primarily pea and lentil but also including comparisons with chickpea, common bean, cowpea and lupine. I am particularly interested in developing DNA markers and applying marker assisted selection techniques to pea varietal improvement. 

   315 PBB`
   406-994-7622
    nweeden@montana.edu