John D. Sollinger, Associate Professor
1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland, OR 97520
Ph.D. Genetics, Oregon State University, 1995.
M.S. Forest Ecology at U of Montana, Missoula, MT.
B.S. in Forestry, Dept of Forestry, Michigan Technological U, Houghton, MI.
B.A. College of Literature, Science and Arts, U of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
Developmental Biology (Bi343)
Principles of Biology (Bi211, Bi212, Bi213)
Biology and Society (Bi382)
General Biology (Bi101)
I am interested in the genetic regulation of plant form and pattern from both a developmental and evolutionary perspective. My approach towards understanding these processes is to characterize pea developmental mutants that exhibit altered developmental sequences and novel morphologies and architectures.
Thomann, EB, JD Sollinger C White, and CJ Rivin (1992). Accumulation of group 3 late embryogenesis abundant proteins in Zea mays embryos. Plant Physiology 99, 607-614.
Sollinger, JD, and CJ Rivin. (1993). Developmental studies of slow-growing dek mutants. Maize Genetics News Letter 67, 87-88.
Sollinger, JD and CJ Rivin. (1993). dks8, a mutation specifically eliminating shoot formation during embryogenesis. Maize Genetics News Letter 67, 89-90.
Sollinger, JD (1996). Plant embryogenesis. In: McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, (SP Parker, ed), 372-375.
Singer, S., J Sollinger, S Maki, J Fishbach, B Short, C Reinke, J Fick, L Cox, A McCall and H Mullen. (1999). Inflorescence architecture: a developmental genetics approach. The Botanical Review 65(4), 385-410.