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Ashley 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).
   
Haley Catton - MSc. 2001 to 2005. Thesis title: An evaluation of bur oak decline in Winnipeg, Manitoba (photo taken in 2001).
   
Quinn Holtslag - PhD. 1998 to 2003. Thesis title: Modeling phenology and entomosporium leaf and berry spot disease development in Amelanchier alnifolia Nutt. (photo taken in 2000)
   
Grant Bartlett - 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).
   

Fred Meier- 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).

   
Susan Ramsey - MSc. 1991-1994. Thesis title: 'Abscisic acid levels in Saskatoons in relation to season of growth and stages of micropropagation (photo taken in 1996).
   
Joseph Wolukau - 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).
   
Linda Pearn. Research Technician 1992-2006 (photo taken in 2007).
   
Martha Barwinsky, Research Associate - 1996-1999. Conducted research on DED and Amur maple chlorosis tolerance (photo taken in 1998).
   
Martha Blouw, 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

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