Linden - MSc. 2003 to 2005. Thesis title: An investigation into mechanisms
of shoot bending in a clone of Populus tremuloides exhiting
'crooked' architecture (photo taken in 2003).
- MSc. 2001 to 2005. Thesis title: An evaluation of bur oak decline
in Winnipeg, Manitoba (photo taken in 2001).
- PhD. 1998 to 2003. Thesis title: Modeling phenology and entomosporium
leaf and berry spot disease development in Amelanchier alnifolia
Nutt. (photo taken in 2000)
- MSc. 1994-1997. Thesis title: Crown development and architecture
of Fraxinus pennsylvanica var. subintegerrima at
different stages of growth and under different environmental conditions
(photo taken in 1994).
MSc. 1992-1995. Thesis title: Selection of Manitoba genotypes of
American elm on the basis of mansonone production, a phytoalexin
considered to be a factor in the resistance to Dutch elm disease.
Fred was also a research associate for a period of time after completing
his M.Sc. (photo taken in 1993).
- MSc. 1991-1994. Thesis title: 'Abscisic acid levels in Saskatoons
in relation to season of growth and stages of micropropagation (photo
taken in 1996).
- M.Sc. 1989 - 1992. Thesis title: Effect of nitrogen and cane density
on cane architecture and fruit yield in primocane bearing red raspberries
(photo taken in 1992).
Mary A. De
Pauw - M.Sc. 1989-1993. Thesis title: 'In vitro germination
of Cypripedium species (photo taken in 1993).
Research Technician 1992-2006 (photo taken in 2007).
Research Associate - 1996-1999. Conducted research on DED and Amur
maple chlorosis tolerance (photo taken in 1998).
Research Technician - 1985-1992 (photo taken in 1993).
Note that most pictures of graduate students were taken during their
time in graduate school. All photographs except Linda Pearn by Bert
Luit, Department of Plant Science