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Biography

Dr. Te-Ming (Paul) Tseng

Mississippi State University, USA


Email: t.tseng@msstate.edu


Qualifications

2013 Ph.D., University of Arkansas in Arkansas, USA

2007 M.S., Allahabad Agricultural Institute in Allahabad, India


Publications (Selected)

  1. Bevilacqua, C. B., S. Basu, A. Pereira, T. M. Tseng, P. D. Zimmer, and N. R. Burgos (2015) Expression profiles of COR genes in cold-tolerant indica weedy rice and cultivated japonica rice. PloS one 10: e0132100.
  2. Burgos, N. R., V. Singh, T. M. Tseng, H. Black, N. D. Young, Z. Huang, K. E. Hyma, D. R. Gealy, and A. L. Caicedo (2014) The Impact of Herbicide-Resistant Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Technology on Phenotypic Diversity and Population Structure of US Weedy Rice. Plant Physiology 114:242719.
  3. Tseng, T. M., N. R. Burgos, E. A. L. Alcober, and V. K. Shivrain (2013) Inter- and intrapopulation variation in dormancy of Oryza sativa L. (weedy red rice) and allelic variation of dormancy-linked loci. Weed Research 53: 440-451.
  4. Tseng, T. M. (2013) Genetic diversity of seed dormancy and molecular evolution of weedy red rice. Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Arkansas, 2013.
  5. Burgos N. R., E. A. L. Alcober, A. Lawton-Rauh, B. Rauh, L. Estorninos Jr., T. M. Tseng, and K. L. Smith (2009) The spread and population genetics of glyphosate-resistant palmer amaranth in Arkansas. Summaries of Arkansas Cotton Research 2009. Ark. Agric. Exp. Sta., Res. Ser. 514:94-104.
  6. Burgos, N. R., T. M. Tseng, V. K. Shivrain, E. L. Alcober, D. Motes, S. Eaton, L. Martin, and T. E. Morelock (2009) Differential Tolerance of Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) to Sulfentrazone. Amer Society of Horticultural Science 44:573-573.