Jennifer A. Tarter, Ph.D.

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2005 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
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Agronomy Agriculture, Plant Culture Agriculture
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Major M. Goodman grad student 2005 NCSU
 (Additive genetic effects of single chromosomal segment introgressions and epistatic effects of paired introgressions on quantitative traits in maize (Zea mays L.).)
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Tarter JA, Holland JB. (2006) Gains from selection during the development of semiexotic inbred lines from Latin American maize accessions Maydica. 51: 15-23
Tarter JA, Goodman MM, Holland JB. (2004) Recovery of exotic alleles in semiexotic maize inbreds derived from crosses between Latin American accessions and a temperate line. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische Und Angewandte Genetik. 109: 609-17
Tarter JA, Goodman MM, Holland JB. (2003) Testcross Performance of Semiexotic Inbred Lines Derived from Latin American Maize Accessions Crop Science. 43: 2272-2278
Hegstad JM, Tarter JA, Vodkin LO, et al. (2000) Positioning the wp flower color locus on the soybean genome map Crop Science. 40: 534-537
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