研究机构

国内研究机构

F 山西大学生物技术研究所  

http://www.sxu.edu.cn/yjjg/swjsyjs/index.htm

简介: 主要研究领域为:植物抗病抗虫基因工程、原生动物分子遗传学、基因工程药物及相关产物、微生物代谢产物的机理与应用等。

F 西北农林科技大学植物病理研究所

http://lib.scuta.org/xkdh/viewt.asp?id=412

简介:以西北地区重要农作物病害为主攻对象,将传统的植物病理学研究手段与组织学、细胞学、细胞化学和分子生物学技术结合起来,在寄主植物的抗病机制、病菌的致病机理与毒性变异、蚜虫传毒机制与植物病毒病化学防治、真菌系统分类、病菌的群体分子遗传结构及病害的综合防治等方面,从群体、个体、组织、细胞和分子水平上系统开展了综合研究。

F 东省农科院植物保护研究所

http://lib.scuta.org/xkdh/viewt.asp?id=410

简介:广东省农业科学院植物保护研究所成立于1973年,主要从事水稻、蔬菜、果树等作物重要病虫草鼠害发生规律、防治技术及作物抗病虫性鉴定与抗性种质培育、抗药性监测、农药残留测定、生物生化制剂等应用基础研究和应用研究

F 中国热带农业科学院环境与植物保护研究所

http://lib.scuta.org/xkdh/viewt.asp?id=409

简介:中国热带农业科学院环境与植物保护研究所成立于1978年,前身为1958年成立的华南特种林业研究所的植物保护研究室,是我国热带地区唯一从事热带作物植物保护研究的科研单位。成立之初,主要致力于橡胶、咖啡、胡椒、芒果、荔枝、椰子等典型热带作物病虫害防治的研究。90年代后,研究对象从热带作物拓宽到热带农业,逐渐开展了热带农业病虫害及天敌种类与区系、病原及害虫生物学和生态学、重要病虫害发生规律及预测预报、作物抗病虫机制及抗病虫品种筛选、重要病虫害的控制技术及海南热带果蔬主要病虫害抗药性监测与治理等研究工作。2004年根据我所的学科发展特点和经济社会发展需要,以学科专业为主调整、拓宽成6个研究中心(基地)分别为:热带作物病害研究中心;热带农业昆虫研究中心;热带农业环境保护研究中心;热带植物保护资源研究中心;有害生物检测与监控中心;无公害生产技术研究与示范基地。

F 河南省农业科学院植物保护研究所  

http://www.hnagri.org.cn/zwbhs.php

简介:河南农科院植保所立足河南,面向全国,围绕主要农作物病虫草鼠害开展科学研究、技术开发和技术服务工作 ,在此基础上加强了中药材及草坪病虫害的研究。全所现承担国家 、省()级攻关课题,国际合作项目及其它来源研究课题30余项 。小麦病虫害 、棉花病害 、除草剂等领域研究处于国内领先水平 。自1978年以来获得科技成果奖168项,其中省()级以上成果奖47项,在国家级刊物上发表学术论文100余篇,出版专著30多部,开发生产农药新产品10多个,获得了显著的社会效益和经济效益。在八五综合实力评估中,本所挤身于全国百强研究所之列 。
  河南农科院植保所还是河南省植物保护学会挂靠单位和机构所在地和农药部农药检定所指定农药登记田间药效试验认证单位。

国外研究机构

F Center for Agroforestry - University of Missouri (USA)  

http://www.centerforagroforestry.org

UMCA's research fields include forestry, fisheries and wildlife, entomology, plant pathology, agronomy, animal science, agricultural economics, rural sociology and horticulture.The site provides information on the Center and its staff, training workshops, abstracts of research reports, and access to many of the Center's publications, which are available in PDF, requiring Adobe Acrobat reader.

F Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology  

http://www.ento.okstate.edu/

The Department of Entomology was in the Division of Science and Literature, but staff members were also paid by the Agricultural Experiment Station. In 1918, the Department was placed in the School of Agriculture. The first course listing for Elementary Entomology was found in the 1896-1897 catalog. In 1911, the first entomology building was constructed and named the Apiary Building (later moved to its present location on Farm Road).

F Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology (Mississippi)

http://www.msstate.edu/entomology/about/index.htm

The Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The department also jointly sponsors a Master of Agriculture degree in Agricultural Pest Management with the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences. The department participates in an interdisciplinary genetics and animal physiology graduate program.

F Department of Plant Pathology  

http://www.ndsu.nodak.edu/plantpath/

The Plant Pathology Department at NDSU has research projects on the important diseases of major crops. Research projects cover root rots, head blights, foliar diseases, stem rust, leaf rust and viruses of cereals as well as diseases of dry edible beans, sunflowers, potatoes, sugar beets, flax, soybeans, urban forestry and shelterbelts. The faculty has expertise in host-parasite genetics, microbial ecology, epidemiology, tissue culture, molecular biology, genetic resistance, nematology, bacteriology, mycology, virology and electron microscopy. The Plant Pathology faculty have been successful in developing management practices or controls for major diseases

F Department of Plant Pathology (Ithaca

http://lib.scuta.org/xkdh/viewt.asp?id=438

The Department strives to provide a progressive, balanced program of fundamental and applied research, teaching, training for service to international agriculture, and assistance to growers and the general public through outreach programs.

F Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology  

http://plantpathology.tamu.edu/index.aspx

The Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology offers both undergraduate and graduate programs leading to rewarding careers in plant pathology and environmental microbiology. Graduate students may specialize in such areas as plant microbiology, genomics, disease management, microbial ecology, and molecular plant-microbe interactions

F Department of Plant Pathology (Arkansas)

http://www.uark.edu/depts/plntpath/PLPA/HTML/index.html

The Department of Plant Pathology has research, teaching , and service components directed toward understanding and controlling plant diseases. The Department has developed well-balanced research programs in basic and applied plant pathology with an emphasis on fundamental scientific issues and controlling plant diseases. The department has a strong research effort in fungal biology, molecular host-pathogen interactions, nematology, virology, biological control of weeds, and bacteriology. Disease control efforts cover all agronomic, horticultural, and ornamental crops important to the state

F Department of Plant Pathology(Cornell, Geneva

http://lib.scuta.org/xkdh/viewt.asp?id=435

The central themes of our work are to enhance the understanding of plant diseases, to use this knowledge for the development of effective controls and to disseminate our results through Extension programs. To meet these goals our faculty lead a diversity of research and Extension programs that span the use of traditional approaches, often providing immediate answers to disease problems, to more fundamental research programs that employ the newest technologies for studying pathogen interactions with plants. Although our main thrust is directed towards meeting the needs of NY agriculture, our efforts have far-reaching national and international impact

F Department of Plant Pathology Kansas State

http://www.plantpath.ksu.edu/DesktopDefault.aspx

The Department study bacteria, fungi, nematodes and viruses; bioinformatics, biological control, biotechnology (cell and tissue culture, plant transformation and regeneration), disease diagnosis and management, disease physiology, ecology and epidemiology, host and microbial genetics and cytogenetics, modeling/statistics, molecular genetics, and molecular plant-microbe interactions

F Department of Plant Pathology(North Carolina State  

http://lib.scuta.org/xkdh/viewt.asp?id=431

The Department of Plant Pathology at North Carolina State University is composed of nearly forty faculty that direct a diverse portfolio of programs with strengths in academic programs, research and extension. Collectively, these strengths not only serve our clientele and our science, but also provide a rich environment for graduate education and training that can be tailored to the specific career interests of the student, irrespective of whether they prefer training in the basic sciences or are preparing for a career in extension.

F Department of Plant Pathology(Ohio State

http://plantpath.osu.edu/

On this site you will find information on our courses, research, extension programs, faculty, scholarship information, upcoming events and more. Our department faclty is comprised of a broad range of experts covering every aspect of plant patholgy, from molecular biotechnology and genetics to urban pathology, working from the lab bench to the field.

F Department of Plant Pathology, University of Georgia (USA)  

http://plantpath.wsu.edu/

The Department of Plant Pathology offers extraordinary possibilities to gain experience in the variety of approaches used to investigate the nature and management of plant disease. The department emphasizes quality undergraduate and graduate education in the classroom, laboratory and field. Its research include bacteriology, epidemiology, genetics, mycology, molecular biology, pest management, and virology, etc.This site offers introduction of the department and knowledge of plant pathology, provides of information staff and facilities, education programs, news and events, and related links.

F European Foundation for Plant Pathology  

http://www.efpp.net/

The EFPP promotes scientific and technical cooperation in the arena of plant health in Europe and facilitates the exchange of scientific information between plant pathologists who are members of national or regional Societies in the field of plant pathology or related fields.This web offers information of the foundation, its executive committee and membership, events and news, provides links to associated societies, related organizations, and European Journal of Plant Pathology.

F Institute for Plant Diseases  

http://www.pflanzenkrankheiten.uni-bonn.de/Inst-e.html

The Institute for Plant Diseases is divided into four departments and offers a training program for agricultural technicians:Plant Diseases Entomology and Plant Protection Soil-Ecosystems Phytopathology Agricultural and Food Microbiology

F Molecular Plant Pathology

http://www.ars.usda.gov/main/site_main.htm?modecode=12-75-25-00

The Laboratory’s research program involves comprehensive studies of plant diseases caused by three major types of pathogens:Subcellular pathogens (viruses, viral satellites, and viroids) Prokaryotes (phytoplasmas, spiroplasmas, and walled bacteria) eukaryotic pathogens (fungi)

F Plant Biology and Pathology

http://aesop.rutgers.edu/~plantbiopath/

The Plant Biology and Pathology Department research opportunities in Molecular Biology/Biotechnology, Plant Breeding and Genetic Improvement, Plant Diversity and Natural Products, Plant Management, and Plant Pathology

F Plant Pathology  

http://www.ppath.cas.psu.edu/

The Department of Plant Pathology is to engage in quality research, education, and extension in phytopathology and mushroom science with emphasis on the management of plant diseases and understanding the relationships among plants, pathogens, and the environment

F Plant Pathology  

http://www.path.ethz.ch/

Research groups:BiocontrolModelling Perennial plants (apple, grapevine) Plasmopara viticola Population genetics Spongospora.

F Plant Pathology Department(California

http://www.plpnem.ucdavis.edu/

The Plant Pathology Department currently has a resident teaching and research faculty of 25, including 4 USDA resarchers (adjunct lecturers), one extension plant pathologist, and three emeritus professors. The additional support staff numbers 61.

F Plant Pathology Lab(NMSU)

http://taipan.nmsu.edu/pathlab/gateway/

The lab conduct field, greenhouse, and basic laboratory studies in soil microbiology and important plant diseases in New Mexico (including Phytophthora, Verticillium, Pyrenocheta, Fusarium, and Phome arachidicola), using advanced molecular biology, microbiology, and computing technology. It studies also cover beneficial organisms, such as bacteria and actinomycetes that may offer better ways to control plant disease in the future without the use of chemical pesticides

F Plant Pathology(Wisconsin-Madison

http://www.plantpath.wisc.edu/index.htm

The Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was established, in part, because of a serious disease affecting cabbage.It was born from the needs of the growers, and this important relationship between faculty and growers' needs has continued to be a major strength in our College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

F Southwest Florida Research and Education Center - Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida (USA)  

http://www.imok.ufl.edu/

The Southwest Florida Research and Education Center, part of the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, conducts agricultural research for Southwest Florida. The main research areas contains agronomy, animal science, citrus horticulture, compost, economics, entomology, plant pathology, soil & water science, vegetable horticulture, water resources, weather, wildlife ecology, etc. This web site provides information about SWFREC introduction, pbulications, calendar, faculty research areas, etc.

F Southern Crop Protection and Food Research Centre

http://res2.agr.ca/london/pmrc/english/pmrchome.html

The Southern Crop Protection and Food Research Centre is one of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's national network of 19 research centres. The Centre is located in London, Ontario, in the heart of one of the most intensive, diverse and productive agri-food regions in Canada.  The Centre conducts research on air, water and nutrients, field crops, bio-based products and processes, genomics and biotechnology, and integrated pest management.

Two satellite research sites are located at Vineland and at Delhi, Ontario. Delhi currently supports research in the area of air, water and soil nutrients, and integrated pest management. It is also one of 9 national field sites within Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada that supports the Minor Use Pesticide Program. Research activity at Vineland in the Niagara Peninsula region of Ontario supports development of improved methods of integrated pest management. It is the main site of fruit tree research with a research orchard located at nearby Jordan, Ontario

F 美国农业部

http://www.ars-grin.gov/

In 1990, the U.S. Congress authorized establishment of a National Genetic Resources Program (NGRP). It is the NGRP's responsibility to: acquire, characterize, preserve, document, and distribute to scientists, germplasm of all lifeforms important for food and agricultural production.

The Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN) web server provides germplasm information about plants, animals, microbes and invertebrates. This program is within the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service.

The National Genetic Resources Advisory Council (NGRAC) advises and makes recommendations to the Secretary and Director of the NGRP. The NGRAC responds to the important issues of the nation in respect to conserving and utilizing genetic resources for food and agriculture. To view information on NGRAC, the minutes of its meetings, and recommendations from NGRAC, go to the NGRAC Home Page.