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Kimberlee K Kidwell

from Pullman, WA
Age ~57

Kimberlee Kidwell Phones & Addresses

  • 455 Robert St, Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8045
  • Meridian, ID
  • Verona, WI
  • Fitchburg, WI

Publications

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Glyphosate-Tolerant Wheat Genotypes

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US Patent:
8637738, Jan 28, 2014
Filed:
Aug 7, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/672504
Inventors:
Kimberlee Kae Kidwell - Pullman WA,
Camille Marie Steber - Pullman WA,
Victor Louis Demacon - Pullman WA,
Gary Bruce Shelton - Albion WA,
Adrienne Bryan Burke - Pullman WA,
Assignee:
Washington State University - Pullman WA
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture - Washington DC
International Classification:
A01H 5/00
A01H 1/00
US Classification:
800300, 8003203, 800298, 800266, 800274, 800265
Abstract:
The present invention provides methods for producing glyphosate-tolerant wheat genotypes by mutagenesis, glyphosate wheat plants produced by such methods, and related compositions and methods.

Suppression Of Foliar And Soilborne Pathogens

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US Patent:
2006022, Oct 5, 2006
Filed:
Oct 27, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/567367
Inventors:
George Baley - Pullman WA,
Kimberlee Kidwell - Pullman WA,
Timothy Paulitz - Pullman WA,
International Classification:
A01N 57/00
US Classification:
504165000
Abstract:
Disclosed herein is a method for increasing the production of crops, particularly wheat and soybean, using herbicide resistant cultivars. In one aspect of this method, the method increases crop yield by diminishing the impact of the root diseases caused by and species by treating the crop with an herbicide, in particular glyphosate. In another aspect the method for treating crops reduces the effects foliar pathogens and diseases, particularly fungal pathogens, such as rusts, including soybean rust, stem rust, stripe rust and leaf rust.

Glyphosate-Tolerant Wheat Genotypes

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US Patent:
2009032, Dec 24, 2009
Filed:
Feb 7, 2007
Appl. No.:
12/223758
Inventors:
Kimberlee Kae Kidwell - Pullman WA,
Camille Marie Steber - Pullman WA,
Victor Louis Demacon - Pullman WA,
Gary Bruce Shelton - Albion WA,
Daniel John Guerra - Viola ID,
Adrienne Bryan Burke - Pullman WA,
International Classification:
A01H 5/00
A01H 1/06
C12N 15/82
A01H 1/02
A01G 1/00
US Classification:
800263, 800300, 800301, 800302, 800303, 8003203, 800276, 800278, 800260, 800265, 47 581 R
Abstract:
The present invention provides methods for producing glyphosate-tolerant wheat genotypes by mutagenesis, glyphosate wheat plants produced by such methods, and related compositions and methods.

Mutation Breeding For Resistance To Disease And Other Useful Traits

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US Patent:
2009032, Dec 24, 2009
Filed:
Feb 7, 2007
Appl. No.:
12/278563
Inventors:
Camille Marie Steber - Pullman WA,
Kimberlee Kae Kidwell - Pullman WA,
Victor Louis Demacon - Pullman WA,
Patricia Ann Okubara - Pullman WA,
Assignee:
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY - Pullman WA
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AS REPRESENTED BY THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE - Washington DC
International Classification:
A01H 5/00
A01H 1/06
A01H 1/02
C12N 15/82
US Classification:
800263, 8003202, 800301, 800302, 800303, 800300, 800276, 800260, 800264, 800265, 800278
Abstract:
Particular aspects provide novel mutant plants and plant parts thereof, derived via mutagenesis, having disease resistance and other useful traits. Particular embodiments provide a wheat genotype ‘RRR Scarlet’ (‘Scarlet-Rz1’), plants and seeds thereof, methods for producing a plant comprising crossing ‘Scarlet-Rz1’ plants with another wheat plant, hybrid wheat seeds and plants produced by crossing ‘Scarlet-Rz1’ plants with another line or plant, and creation of variants by mutagenesis or transformation of ‘Scarlet-Rz1’. Additional aspects provide methods for producing other varieties or breeding lines derived from ‘Scarlet-Rz1’ and to varieties or breeding lines produced thereby. Further aspects provide for mutant plants and plant parts thereof that are resistant and/or tolerant to plant root fungal pathogens such as and Additional embodiments provide mutant plants and plant parts thereof that exhibit stress tolerance and/or resistance. Yet further aspects provide mutant plants and plant parts thereof that are drought resistant or tolerant.

Suppression Of Foliar And Soilborne Pathogens

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US Patent:
2013013, May 23, 2013
Filed:
Jan 2, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/732490
Inventors:
George J. Baley - Pullman WA,
Kimberlee K. Kidwell - Pullman WA,
Timothy C. Paulitz - Pullman WA,
International Classification:
A01N 57/20
US Classification:
504206
Abstract:
Disclosed herein is a method for increasing the production of crops, particularly wheat and soybean, using herbicide resistant cultivars. In one aspect of this method, the method increases crop yield by diminishing the impact of the root diseases caused by and species by treating the crop with an herbicide, in particular glyphosate. In another aspect the method for treating crops reduces the effects foliar pathogens and diseases, particularly fungal pathogens, such as rusts, including soybean rust, stem rust, stripe rust and leaf rust.
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