Office BuildingYoung Brothers Seed Technology Laboratory
Mailing AddressSeed Technology Lab 113G
Agronomy, Horticulture & Plant Science-Box 2140C
Brookings, SD 57007
EducationPh.D. - Agronomy / Plant Breeding - Kansas State University - 2000
M.S. - Agronomy - South Dakota State University - 1996
B.S. - Agronomy - South Dakota State University - 1994
Academic InterestsSpring Wheat Breeding / Genetics
Committee ActivitiesNational Wheat Improvement Committee (Regional Chair and member)
US Wheat & Barley Scab Initiative-HRSW-CP (Steering Committee Chair and member)
SDSU Variety Release Committee
Extension ResponsibilitiesNo assigned responsibilities, but I make presentations at several field days across the state to help educate producers about HRSW cultivars developed by the breeding program.
PatentsPlant Variety Protection - 'Granger' HRSW
Plant Variety Protection - "Traverse' HRSW
Plant Variety Protection - 'Brick' HRSW
Plant Variety Protection - 'Select' HRSW
Plant Variety Protection - 'Advance' HRSW
Plant Variety Protection - 'Forefront' HRSW
Plant Variety Protection - 'Prevail' HRSW
Plant Variety Protection - 'Focus' HRSW
Plant Variety Protection - 'Boost' HRSW
Plant Variety Protection - 'Surpass' HRSW
Professional MembershipsCrop Science Society of America
Agronomy Society of America
Work ExperiencePost-Doctoral Research Associate - University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (2000-2002).
Area(s) of ResearchSpring Wheat Breeding / Genetics
Hard Red Spring Wheat Varieties Released:
Cultivar Release Notifications:
Glover K. D., J. L. Kleinjan, Y. Jin, L. E. Osborne, J. A. Ingemansen, E. B. Turnipseed, and J. B. Ohm. 2017. Registration of Prevail Wheat. Journal of Plant Registrations. 11:55-60.
Glover K. D., R. G. Hall, Y. Jin, L. E. Osborne, E. B. Turnipseed, J. A. Ingemansen, and G. A. Hareland. 2014. Registration of Advance Wheat. Journal of Plant Registrations. 9:83-88.
Glover K. D., J. C. Rudd, R. N. Devkota, R. G. Hall, Y. Jin, L. E. Osborne, E. B. Turnipseed, J. A. Ingemansen, J. R. Rickertsen, and G. A. Hareland. 2013. Registration of Forefront Wheat. Journal of Plant Registrations. 7:184-190.
Glover K. D., J. C. Rudd, R. N. Devkota, R. G. Hall, Y. Jin, L. E. Osborne, J. A. Ingemansen, J. R. Rickertsen, and G. A. Hareland. 2011. Registration of Select Wheat. Journal of Plant Registrations 5:1-6.
Glover K. D., J. C. Rudd, R. N. Devkota, R. G. Hall, Y. Jin, L. E. Osborne, J. A. Ingemansen, J. R. Rickertsen, D. D. Baltensperger, and G. A. Hareland. 2010. Registration of Brick Wheat. Journal of Plant Registrations 4:22-27.
Devkota R.N., J.C. Rudd, R.G. Hall, K.D. Glover, Y. Jin, and J. R. Rickertsen. 2007. Registration of Briggs Wheat. Crop Science 47:432-434.
Glover K.D., J.C. Rudd, R.N. Devkota, R.G. Hall, Y. Jin, and J. R. Rickertsen. 2006. Registration of Granger Wheat. Crop Science 46:1390-1391.
Research Publications since 2013:
Yabwalo, Dalitso N., William A. Berzonsky, Daniel Brabec, Thomas Pearson, Karl D. Glover, and Jonathan L. Kleinjan. 2018. Impact of Grain Morphology and the Genotype by Environment Interactions on Test Weight of Spring and Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Euphytica. 214: 125. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10681-018-2202-7
Jordan, Katherine W., Shichen Wang, Fei He, Shiaoman Chao, Yanni Lun, Etienne Paux, Pierre Sourdile, Jamie Sherman, Alina Akhunova, Nancy K.Blake, Michael O. Pumphrey, Karl Glover, Jorge Dubcovsky, Luther Talbert, and Eduard D.Akhunov. 2018. The genetic architecture of genome-wide recombination rate variation in alopolyploid wheat revealed by nested association mapping. The Plant Journal. https://doi.org/10.1111/tpj.14009
Eldakak, Moustafa, Aayudh Das, Yongbin Zhuang, Jai S. Rohila, Karl Glover, and Yang Yen. 2018. A Quantitative Proteomics View on the Function of Qfhb1, a Major QTL for Fusarium Head Blight Resistance in Wheat. Pathogens. 7(3), 58; https://doi.org/10.3390/pathogens7030058
Kandel, D. R., K. D. Glover, W. A. Berzonsky, J. L. Gonzalez-Hernandez, S. Ali, S. Chao, and S. J. Bhusal. 2017. Flanking SSR markers for alleles involved in the necrosis of hybrids between hexaploid bread wheat and synthetic hexaploid wheat. J. Crop Improvement. 31:879-892.
Abdullah, Sidrat, Sunish K. Sehgal, Karl D. Glover, and Shaukat Ali. 2017. Reaction of Global Collection of Rye (Secale cereale L.) to Tan Spot and Pyrenophora tritici-repentis Races in South Dakota. The Plant Pathology Journal. 33:229-237.
Karly Regan, David Ordosch, Karl D. Glover, Kelley J. Tilmon, and Adrianna Szczepaniec. 2017. Effects of a pyrethroid and two neonicotinoid insecticides on population dynamics of key pests of soybean and abundance of their natural enemies. Crop Protection. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cropro.2017.03.004.
Rasul, Golam, Karl D. Glover, Padmanaban G. Krishnan, Jixiang Wu, William A. Berzonsky, and Bourlaye Fofana. 2017. Genetic analyses using GGE model and a mixed linear model approach, and stability analyses using AMMI bi-plot for late- maturity alpha-amylase activity in bread wheat genotypes. Genetica. 145:259–268.
Karki, David, Karl D Glover, Krishna Bondalapati, and Padmanaban Krishnan. 2016. Utilization of Weather Data in Predicting Bread Loaf Volume by Neural Network Method. Cereal Chemistry. 92:293-301.
Rasul, Golam, Karl D. Glover, Padmanaban G. Krishnan, Jixiang Wu, William A. Berzonsky, Amir M. H. Ibrahim. 2015. Additive-dominance genetic model analyses for late-maturity alpha-amylase activity in a bread wheat factorial crossing population. Genetica. 143:671-680.
Szczepaniec, Adrianna, Karl D. Glover, and William Berzonsky. 2015. Impact of Solid and Hollow Varieties of Winter and Spring Wheat on Severity of Wheat Stem Sawfly (Hymenoptera: Cephidae) Infestations and Yield and Quality of Grain. Journal of Economic Entomology. 108:2316-2323.
Kindelspire, Julie, Karl D Glover, Melanie Caffe-Treml, and Padmanaban Krishnan. 2015. Dough strain hardening properties as indicators of baking performance. Cereal Chemistry. 92:293-301.
Kandel, Yuba R., Karl D. Glover, Lawrence E. Osborne, and Jose L. Gonzalez-Hernandez. 2015. Mapping quantitative resistance loci for bacterial leaf streak disease in hard red spring wheat using an identity by descent mapping approach. Euphytica. 201: 53-65.
Karki, David, William Wyant III, William A. Berzonsky, and Karl D. Glover. 2014. Investigating Physiological and Morphological Mechanisms of Drought Tolerance in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Lines with 1RS Translocation. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 5: 1936-1944.
Guerrero-Chavez, Rosa, Karl D. Glover, Matthew N. Rouse, and Jose L. Gonzalez-Hernandez. 2014. Mapping of Two Loci Conferring Resistance to Wheat Stem Rust Pathogen Races TTKSK (Ug99) and TRTTF in the Elite Hard Red Spring Wheat Line SD4279. Molecular Breeding. DOI:10.1007/s11032-015-0198-4.
Eckard, Jonathan T., Karl D. Glover, Mohamed Mergoum, James A. Anderson, Jose L. Gonzalez-Hernandez. 2014. Multiple Fusarium head blight resistance loci mapped and pyramided onto elite spring wheat Fhb1 backgrounds using an IBD-based linkage approach. Euphytica. DOI 10.1007/s10681-014-1333-8.
Bondalapati, Krishna D., Jixiang Wu, and Karl D. Glover. 2014. An augmented additive-dominance (AD) model for analysis of multi-parental spring wheat F2 hybrids. Australian Journal of Crop Science. 8: 1441-1447.
Karki, David, Karl D. Glover, Jeff Fahey, Fathi T. Halaweish, and Amir M.H. Ibrahim. 2013. Variability and Heritability of Grain Extracts in Spring and Winter Wheat grown in South Dakota. J. Crop Improvement. 27:547-560.
Hossain, K., C. Ulven, K. Glover, F. Ghavami, S. Simsek, M. S. Alamri, A. Kumar, and M. Mergoum. 2013. Interdependence of cultivar and environment on fiber composition in wheat bran. Australian Journal of Crop Science. 7: 525-531.
Wu, Jixiang, Krishna Bondalapati, Karl Glover, William Berzonsky, Johnie N. Jenkins, and Jack C. McCarty. 2013. Genetic analysis without replications: Model evaluation and application in spring wheat. Euphytica. 190: 447-458.
Applications of ResearchApproximately 75% of Hard Red Spring Wheat (HRSW) acres in South Dakota are sown to cultivars developed by the SDSU-HRSW breeding program. The primary objective of the SDSU-HRSW breeding program is to continually improve grower profitability through genetic advancement of agronomic, disease resistance, and end-use quality characteristics associated with new cultivars.
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