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PhD, Assistant Research Professor, University of Missouri

Ron Revord

Dr. Revord’s primary research advances applied breeding programs for black walnut, Chinese chestnut, and northern origin pecan within the University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry. He also collaborates with the Hybrid Hazelnut Consortium on their mission to broaden the cultivated range of hazelnut, using interspecific hybrids of Corylus americana and C. avellana. In partnership with the Missouri Department of Conservation, Revord’s lab collaborates on efforts to collect and conserve Ozark chinquapin, with the near-term goal of characterizing and preserving the genetic diversity of remnant plants.

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Scientist, Professor

Company/Organization/Affiliation

University of Missouri

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https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=X6mTfzkAAAAJ&hl=en

Address: Columbia, Missouri
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