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Dr. Danilo D. Fernando

Forest Biotechnology
WILLOW PROJECTS:

Development of a Tissue Regeneration Protocol for Willow. Nicholas A. Kirby, Shiliang Zhang, and Danilo Fernando. Presented at the “Spotlight on Student Research and Outreach,” 10 April 2003, SUNY-ESF.

Willow Seedlings and Stem Callus Expressing Green Fluorescent Protein. Jeffrey Lombardo, Shiliang Zhang, and Danilo D. Fernando. Presented at the “Spotlight on Student Research and Outreach,” 10 April 2003, SUNY-ESF.

Structural and Molecular Analyses of Pollen Development in a Male Sterile Willow Shiliang Zhang and Danilo D. Fernando. Presented at the “Symposium in Plant Reproduction” 16 to 18 May 2002, Days Inn, State College, PA.

Isolation and Culture of Protoplasts from Willow Leaves. Jean-Paul Kennedy, Katherine Wiltberger and Danilo D. Fernando. Presented at the “Spotlight on Student Research and Outreach,” 10 April 2003, SUNY-ESF. Presented at the “Spotlight on Student Research and Outreach,” 20 April 2001, SUNY-ESF.

AMERICAN CHESTNUT PROJECTS:

Gene Construction and Transformation of American Chestnut Pollen Grains
Javonnah L. Richards and Danilo D. Fernando. Presented at the “Spotlight on Student Research and Outreach,” 10 April 2003, SUNY-ESF.

PINE PROJECTS::

Development of Resistance to White Pine Blister Rust through In Vitro Fertilization Danilo D. Fernando and John N. Owens. Presented at the “Frontiers in Sexual Plant Reproduction,” 28 and 29 October 2000, The University of Albany, Albany, NY.

Separation and Identification of Differentially Expressed Proteins in Pine Pollen Tubes by Two Dimensional Electrophoresis and ESI-Q-TOF Mass Spectrometry
Danilo D. Fernando. Presented at the “Woody Plant Genomics and Biotechnology,” 16 and 17 October 2003, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.

PLANT DIVERSITY PROJECT:

In Vitro Propagation of a New York State-Protected Fern: Osmunda cinnamomea Osmundaceae). Jeanne E. Grace and Danilo D. Fernando. Presented at the “Spotlight on Student Research and Outreach,” 10 April 2003, SUNY-ESF.