Personal Information

Name:William Schapaugh
Address:Kansas State University
Dept of Agronomy
Manhattan, KS66506
Phone:785-532-7242
Email:wts at ksu.edu

Biography


Projects as Lead Investigator

Projects

Project Title
Integrating Germplasm Evaluation, Genetic Engineering, Breeding and High-Throughput Phenotyping to Improve Sustainability of Soybean Production
Breeding and management of soybean for improved performance
Soybean variety and germ plasm improvement

Projects - Individual Years

YearProject Title (each year)
2019Integrating Germplasm Evaluation, Genetic Engineering, Breeding and High-Throughput Phenotyping to Improve Sustainability of Soybean Production
2018Integrating Germplasm Evaluation, Genetic Engineering, Breeding and High-Throughput Phenotyping to Improve Sustainability of Soybean Production
2017Integrating Germplasm Evaluation, Genetic Engineering, Breeding and High-Throughput Phenotyping to Improve Sustainability of Soybean Production
2016Breeding and management of soybean for improved performance (2016)
2015Breeding and management of soybean for improved performance
2015Breeding and management of soybean for improved performance
2014Breeding and management of soybean for improved performance
2013Trait and production efficiency enhancement in soybean
2012Trait and production efficiency enhancement in soybean
2011Trait and production efficiency enhancement in soybean
2010Trait and production efficiency enhancement in soybean
2009Soybean variety and germ plasm improvement

Projects as Co-Investigator

Projects

Project Title
Utilizing unique genetic diversity to combine elevated protein concentration with high yield in new varieties and experimental lines (Year 1 of 3)1920-152-0113)
Yield Potential of Commercial Varieties Under Drought- Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses via the Public Breeding Pipeline (1920-172-0133)
Utilizing Unique Genetic Diversity to Combine Elevated Protein Concentration with High Yield in New Varieties and Experimental Lines (1820-152-0106-B)
Yield Potential of Commercial Varieties Under Drought - Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses Through Public Breeding Advances (1820-172-0118-C)
Increasing the rate of genetic gain for yield in soybean breeding programs
Development of Genetic, Chemical and Population-Based Tactics to Manage Key Kansas Soybean Insect Pests
Integrating Germplasm Evaluation, Genetic Engineering, Breeding and High-Throughput Phenotyping to Improve Sustainability of Soybean Production
High-throughput Platform to Enhance Quality of Beans and Add Value to Kansas Soybean Breeding Program
Small Unmanned Aircraft thermal infrared imaging system to identify soybean drought tolerant varieties
Utilizing Unique Genetic Diversity to Combine Elevated Protein Concentration with High Yield in New Varieties and Experimental Lines (1720-152-0104)
Initiation of a genomic selection pipeline for public soybean breeders in the North Central region
Drought, Heat, and Flood Tolerant Varieties for the Midwest and South: Building on Success (Year 1 of 1420-532-5613)
Nested association mapping (NAM) of genes controlling soybean yield and other key traits
Gene Discovery and Genomic Strategies to Improve Yield and Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Maturity Group III and IV Soybeans (Year 1 of 1273)
Development of Soybean Lines with Improved Tolerance to Heat and Drought (Year 1 of 2504)
High-Impact Research for Soybean Improvement Using Genetics and Genomics (1204)
Soybean aphid: Management, biocontrol, and host plant resistance
Development of soybean host plant resistance and other management options for the soybean stem borer
Enhancement of soybean through genetic engineering

Projects - Individual Years

YearProject Title (each year)
2019Utilizing unique genetic diversity to combine elevated protein concentration with high yield in new varieties and experimental lines (Year 1 of 3)1920-152-0113)
2019Yield Potential of Commercial Varieties Under Drought- Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses via the Public Breeding Pipeline (1920-172-0133)
2018Utilizing Unique Genetic Diversity to Combine Elevated Protein Concentration with High Yield in New Varieties and Experimental Lines (1820-152-0106-B)
2018Yield Potential of Commercial Varieties Under Drought - Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses Through Public Breeding Advances (1820-172-0118-C)
2017Utilizing Unique Genetic Diversity to Combine Elevated Protein Concentration with High Yield in New Varieties and Experimental Lines (1720-152-0104)
2017Increasing the rate of genetic gain for yield in soybean breeding programs
2017Development of Genetic, Chemical and Population-Based Tactics to Manage Key Kansas Soybean Insect Pests
2017Integrating Germplasm Evaluation, Genetic Engineering, Breeding and High-Throughput Phenotyping to Improve Sustainability of Soybean Production
2017High-throughput Platform to Enhance Quality of Beans and Add Value to Kansas Soybean Breeding Program
2017Small Unmanned Aircraft thermal infrared imaging system to identify soybean drought tolerant varieties
2016Initiation of a genomic selection pipeline for public soybean breeders in the North Central region
2014Drought, Heat, and Flood Tolerant Varieties for the Midwest and South: Building on Success (Year 1 of 1420-532-5613)
2012Gene Discovery and Genomic Strategies to Improve Yield and Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Maturity Group III and IV Soybeans (Year 1 of 1273)
2012Development of Soybean Lines with Improved Tolerance to Heat and Drought (Year 1 of 2504)
2012Nested association mapping (NAM) of genes controlling soybean yield and other key traits
2011High-Impact Research for Soybean Improvement Using Genetics and Genomics (1204)
2010Soybean aphid: Management, biocontrol, and host plant resistance
2009Development of soybean host plant resistance and other management options for the soybean stem borer
2009Enhancement of soybean through genetic engineering