Welcome to the Hirsch Lab Website

Plant Stress Resistance Biology


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We are located on the St. Paul campus of the University of Minnesota in the Department of Plant Pathology. The interests of the lab include understanding genomic and expression variation within species and associating this variation with precision phenotyping to understand abiotic and biotic stress response in plants.
 
 

Recent Publications

De novo assembly and phasing of dikaryotic genomes from two isolates of Puccinia coronata f. sp. avenae, the causal agent of oat crown rust

M. Miller, Y. Zhang, V. Omidvara, J. Sperschneider, B. Schwessinger, C. Raley, J. Palmer, D. Garnica, N. Upadhyayah, J. Rathjen, J. Taylor, R. Park, P. Dodds, CD Hirsch, S. Kianiana, M. Figueroa
2017 | bioRxiv

Natural variation for gene expression responses to abiotic stress in maize

A. Waters, I. Makarevitch, J. Noshay, L. Burghardt, CN Hirsch, CD Hirsch, N. Springer

Draft assembly of elite inbred line PH207 provides insights into genomic and transcriptomic diversity in maize

CN Hirsch, CD Hirsch, A. Brohammer, M. Bowman, I. Soifer, O. Barad, D. Shem-Tov, K. Baruch, F. Lu, A. Hernandez, C. Fields, C. Wright, K. Koehler, N. Springer, E. Buckler, CR Buell, N. de Leon, S. Kaeppler, K. Childs, M. Mikel

Transposable element influences on gene expression in plants

CD Hirsch, N. Springer

A toolbox of potato genetic and genomic resources

CD Hirsch, CR Buell, CN Hirsch

 

 

 

 

Newsworthy

¬ Liz Sampson joined the Hirsch Lab as an Undergraduate Researcher (11.8.16)

¬ Natural variation for gene expression responses to abiotic sstress in maize (Waters et al. | 11.7.16)

¬ Draft assembly of elite inbred line PH207 provides insights into genomic and transcriptome diversity in maize (Hirsch et al. | 11.1.16)

¬ Sarah Anderson joined the Springer and Hirsch Labs as a Postdoctoral Researcher (8.22.16)

¬ Transposable element influences on gene expression in plants (Hirsch, Springer | 5.25.16)