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Peter Balint-Kurti
Belcher, A, Zwonitzer, J, Santa Cruz, J, Krakowsky, M, Chung, C-L, Nelson, R, Arellano, C, Balint-Kurti, P. 2011. Analysis of quantitative disease resistance to Southern leaf blight and of multiple disease resistance in maize using near-isogenic lines.Theoretical and Applied Genetics: in press.

Chaikam, V, Negeri, A, Dhawan, D, Puchaka, B , Ji, J, Chintamanani, S, Gachomo, E,  Zillmer, A, Doran, T, Weil, C, Balint-Kurti, P, Johal, G. 2011. Use of Mutant-Assisted Gene Identification and Characterization (MAGIC) to identify novel genetic loci that modify the maize hypersensitive response .  Theoretical and Applied Genetics 123:985-97.

Kump, K, Bradbury, P,  Buckler, E, Belcher, A, Oropeza-Rosas, M,  Wisser, R, Zwonitzer, J, Kresovich, S, McMullen, M, Ware, D, Balint-Kurti, P, and Holland, J. 2011. Genome-wide association study of quantitative resistance to southern leaf blight in the maize nested association mapping population. Nature Genetics 43:163-168.

Negeri, A , Coles, N, Holland, J, Balint-Kurti, P. 2011. Mapping QTL controlling southern leaf blight resistance by joint analysis of three related recombinant inbred line populations. Crop Science 51:1571-1579.

Wisser, R, Kolkman, J, Patzoldt, M, Holland, J, Yu, J, Krakowsky, M, Nelson, R, and Balint-Kurti, P. 2011.Multivariate analysis of resistances to three diseases in maize suggests a pleiotropic genetic basis and implicates a glutathione S-transferase as a multiple disease resistance gene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108:7339-7344.

Wisser, R, Balint-Kurti, P, Holland, J. 2011. A novel genetic framework for studying response to artificial selection. Plant Genetic Resources.Published Online  DOI:10.1017/S1479262111000359.

Zhang, J, Martin, J, Balint-Kurti, P, Huang, L, Giroux, M. 2011. The wheat puroindoline genes confer fungal resistance in transgenic corn. Journal of Phytopathology 159:188-190.

Balint-Kurti PJ, Yang J, Van Esbroeck G, Jung J , Smith ME. 2010. Use of a maize advanced intercross line for mapping of QTL for Northern leaf blight resistance and multiple disease resistance. Crop Science 50: 458-466.

Chintamanani, S, Hulbert, SH, Johal, GS, Balint-Kurti, P. 2010. Identification of a maize locus that modulates the hypersensitive defense response, using mutant-assisted gene Identification and characterization (MAGIC). Genetics 184:813-825. 

Chung,C-L, Poland, J, Kump, K, Benson, J, Longfellow, J, Walsh, E, Balint-Kurti, P and Nelson, R. 2010. Targeted discovery of quantitative trait loci for resistance to northern leaf blight and other diseases of maize.Theoretical and Applied Genetics, Online First DOI: 10.1007/s00122-011-1585-9.

Chung C-L, Longfellow, J,  Walsh, E, Kerdieh, Z, Van Esbroeck, G,  Balint-Kurti, P, Nelson, R. 2010. Resistance loci affecting distinct stages of fungal pathogenesis: use of introgression lines for QTL mapping and characterization in the maize - Setosphaeria turcica pathosystem . BMC Plant Biology 10:103.

Kump, K, Holland, J, Jung, M, Wolters, P, Balint-Kurti, P. 2010.  Joint analysis of near isogenic and recombinant inbred line populations yields precise positional estimates for QTL. Plant Genome 3:142–153.

Balint-Kurti, PJ and GS Johal. 2009.  Maize Disease Resistance. In: Handbook of Maize: Its Biology, eds JL Bennetzen and SC Hake. Springer, pp 229-250.

Poland, J, Balint Kurti, PJ, Wisser, R, Pratt, R, Nelson, R. 2009. Shades of gray: The world of quantitative disease resistance. Trends in Plant Science. 4:21-29.

Zwonitzer, JC, Bubeck, DM, Bhattramakki, D, Goodman, MM, Arellano, C, Balint Kurti, PJ. 2009. Use of backcross recurrent selection and QTL mapping to identify loci contributing to southern leaf blight resistance in a highly resistant maize line. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 118:911-925. 

Balint-Kurti, PJ, JC Zwonitzer, ME Pe, G Pea, M Lee and AJ Cardinal. 2008. Identification of quantitative trait loci for resistance to southern leaf blight and days to anthesis in two maize recombinant inbred line populations. Phytopathology 98:315-320.

Balint-Kurti, P, RJ Wisser and J Zwonitzer. 2008. Use of the advanced intercross line population for precise mapping of quantitative trait loci for gray leaf spot resistance in maize. Crop Science 48:1696-1704. 

Johal, GS, P Balint-Kurti and CF Weil. 2008. Mining and harnessing natural variation: a little MAGIC.  Crop Science 48:2066-2073.

Williams, WP, Krakowsky, MD, Windham, GL, Balint-Kurti, PJ, Hawkins, LK, Henry, WB. 2008. Identifying maize germplasm with resistance to aflatoxin accumulation. Toxin Reviews. 27:319-345.

Balint-Kurti, PJ, JC Zwonitzer, RJ Wisser, ML Carson, M Oropeza-Rosas, JB Holland, and SJ Szalma. 2007. Precise mapping of quantitative trait loci for resistance to southern leaf blight, caused by Cochliobolus heterostrophusrace O, and flowering time using advanced intercross maize lines. Genetics 176:645-657.

Jines, M,   P Balint-Kurti,   LA Robertson-Hoyt, T Molnar, JB Holland and M Goodman. 2007. Mapping resistance to southern rust in a tropical by temperate maize recombinant inbred topcross population. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114:659-667.

Gao, X, W-B Shim, C Göbel, S Kunze, I Feussner, R Meeley, P Balint-Kurti and M Kolomiets. 2007. Disruption of a maize 9-lipoxygenase results in increased resistance to fungal pathogens and reduced levels of contamination with mycotoxin fumonisin.   Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 20:922-933.


Balint-Kurti, PJ, MD Krakowsky,MP   Jines, LA Robertson, TL Molnár, MM Goodman and JB Holland.   2006. Identification of quantitative trait loci for resistance to Southern leaf blight and days to anthesis in a maize recombinant inbred line population. Phytopathology 96:1067-1071.

 

Balint-Kurti, PJ, M Blanco, M Millard, S Duvick , J Holland , M Clements, R Holley, M Carson and MM Goodman. 2006. Registration of 20 GEM breeding families adapted for the southern US. Crop Science 46:996-998.

 

Balint-Kurti, PJ and ML Carson. 2006. Analysis of quantitative trait loci for resistance to southern leaf blight in juvenile maize.   Phytopathology 96:221-225.

 

Carson, ML, PJ Balint-Kurti, M Blanco, M Millard, S Duvick , R Holley, J Hudyncia and MM Goodman.   2006. Registration of nine high-yielding tropical by temperate maize germplasm lines adapted for the southern USA . Crop Science 46:1825-1826.

 

Robertson-Hoyt, LA, MP Jines, PJ Balint-Kurti, CE Kleinschmidt, DG White, GA Payne, CM Maragos, TL Molnar and JB Holland.   2006. QTL mapping for Fusarium ear rot and Fumonisin contamination resistance in two maize populations.   Crop Science 46:1734-1743.

 

Wisser, RJ, PJ Balint-Kurti and RJ Nelson. 2006. The genetic architecture of disease resistance in maize: a synthesis of published studies. Phytopathology 96:120-129.

 

Balint-Kurti, PJ and ACL Churchill. 2004. Towards a molecular understanding of Mycosphaerella/banana interactions. IN: Banana Improvement: Cellular and Molecular Biology, and Induced Mutations (SM Jain, ed).   Kluwer.

 

Brummell, DA, PJ Balint-Kurti, MH Harpster, JM Palys, PW Oeller and N Gutterson . 2003. Inverted repeat of a heterologous 3'-terminator for high efficiency, high-throughput gene silencing. Plant Journal 33:793-800.

 

Balint-Kurti, PJ, ACL Churchill and GD May G.D. 2001. Development of a transformation system for Mycosphaerella pathogens of banana: A tool for the study of host/pathogen interactions. FEMS Microbiology Letters 195:9-15.

 

Ganapathi TR, NS Higgs, PJ Balint-Kurti, CJ Arntzen, GD May and JM Van Eck. 2001. Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of embryogenic cell suspensions of the banana cultivar Rasthali (AAB). Plant Cell Reports 20:157-162.

 

Balint-Kurti PJ, SK Clendennen, M Dolezelová, M Valárik, J Dolezel, PR Beetham and GD May. 2000. Identification and chromosomal localization of the monkey retrotransposon in Musasp. Molecular and General Genetics 263:908-915.

 

Peumans, WJ, W Zhang, A Barre, CH Astoul, PJ Balint-Kurti, P Rovira, P Rougè, GD May, F Van Leuven, P Truffa-Bachi and EJM Van Damme. 2000. Fruit-specific lectins  from banana and plantain. Planta 211:546-554.

 

Balint-Kurti, PJ, G Ginsburg, J Liu and AR Kimmel. 1998. Non-autonomous regulation of a graded, PKA-mediated transcriptional activation signal for cell patterning. Development 125:3947-3954.

 

Balint-Kurti, PJ, G Ginsburg, O Rivero-Lezcano and AR Kimmel. 1997. rZIP, a RING-leucine zipper protein that regulates cell fate determination during Dictyosteliumdevelopment. Development 124:1203-1213.

 

Thomas, CM, DA Jones, M Parniske, K Harrison, PJ Balint-Kurti, K Hatzixanthis and JDG Jones. 1997. Characterization of the tomato Cf-4 gene for resistance to Cladosporium fulvumidentifies sequences that determine recognitional specificity in Cf-4 and Cf-9. Plant Cell 9:2209-2224.

 

Balint-Kurti, PJ, DA Jones and JDG Jones. 1995. Integration of the classical and molecular maps of the short arm of tomato chromosome 1. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 90:17-26.

 

Balint-Kurti , PJ, MS Dixon, DA Jones, KA Norcott, JDG Jones. 1994. RFLP linkage analysis of the tomato Cf-4 and Cf-9 genes for resistance to Cladosporium fulvum. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 88:691-700.

 

Jones, DA, CM Thomas, KE Hammond-Kosack, PJ Balint-Kurti and JDG Jones. 1994. Isolation of the tomato Cf-9 gene for resistance to Cladosporium fulvumby transposon tagging. Science 266:789-793.

 

Jones, DA, MJ Dickinson, PJ Balint-Kurti, MS Dixon and JDG Jones. 1993. Two complex resistance loci revealed in tomato by classical and RFLP mapping of the Cf-2, Cf-4, Cf-5 and Cf-9 genes for resistance to Cladosporium fulvum. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions 6: 348-357.


Fitzgerald Booker

Booker, FL  2012.  Chapter 2.4, Soybean.  In: Pielke, R., ed.  Climate Vulnerability.  Elsevier Publications.  In press.

Booker, FL, KO Burkey and AM Jones. 2012. Re-evaluating the role of ascorbic acid and phenolic glycosides in ozone scavenging in the leaf apoplast of Arabidopsis thaliana L. Plant Cell and Environment 35:1456-1466.

Booker, FL, KO Burkey, P Morgan, EL Fiscus and A Jones. 2012.  Minimal influence of G-protein null mutations on ozone-induced changes in gene expression, foliar injury, gas-exchange and peroxidase activity in Arabidopsis thaliana L.  Plant, Cell and Environment 35:668-681.

Cheng, L, FL Booker, C Tu, KO Burkey, L Zhou, HD Shew, TW Rufty and S Hu.  2012.  Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi increase organic carbon decomposition under elevated CO2. Science 337:1084-1087.

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, W Sadok and KO Burkey.  2012.  Influence of atmospheric vapour pressure deficit on ozone responses of snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes.  Journal of Experimental Botany 63:2557-2564.

Gilliland, N, A Chappelka, R Muntifering, FL Booker and S Ditchkoff.  2012.  Digestive utilization of ozone-exposed forage by rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus).  Environmental Pollution 163:281-286.

Neufeld, HS, SJ Peoples, AW Davison, AH Chappelka, GL Somers, JE Thomley and FL Booker.  2011.  Ambient ozone effects on gas exchange and total non-structural carbohydrate levels in cutleaf coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata L.) growing in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Environmental Pollution 160:74-81.

Aspinwall, MJ, JS King, FL Booker and SE McKeand. 2011.  Genetic effects on total phenolics, condensed tannins and non-structural carbohydrates in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) needles.  Tree Physiology 31:831-842.

 

Cheng, L, FL Booker, KO Burkey, C Tu, HD Shew, TW Rufty, EL Fiscus, JL Deforest and S Hu.  2011.  Soil microbial responses to elevated CO2 and O3 in a nitrogen-aggrading agroecosystem. PLoS One 6:e21377.

 

Niyogi, D, R Mera, Y Xue, G Wilkerson, FL Booker. 2011. The use of Alpert-Stein Factor Separation Methodology for climate variable interaction studies in hydrological land surface models and crop yield models. In: Factor Separation in the Atmosphere:  Applications and Future Prospects. P. Alpert and T. Sholokhman (eds.), Cambridge University Press.  Pp 171-183. 

 

Fishman, J, JK Creilson, PA Parker, EA Ainsworth, GG Vining, J Szarka, FL Booker and X Xu. 2010. An investigation of widespread ozone damage to the soybean crop in the upper Midwest determined from ground-based and satellite measurements.  Atmospheric Environment 44:2248-2256.


Booker, FL, R Muntifering, M McGrath, KO Burkey, D Decoteau, EL Fiscus, W Manning, S Krupa, A Chappelka and DA Grantz.  2009.  The ozone component of global change:  Potential effects on agricultural and horticultural plant yield, product quality and interactions with invasive species.  Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 51:337-351.

 

Liu, L, JS King, FL Booker, CP Giardina, HL Allen and S Hu. 2009. Enhanced litter input rather than changes in litter chemistry drive soil carbon and nitrogen cycles under elevated CO2: microcosm study.  Global Change Biology 15:441-453.

 

Liu, L, JS King, CP Giardina and FL Booker. 2009. The influence of chemistry, production and community composition on leaf litter decomposition under elevated atmospheric CO­­2and tropospheric O3in a northern hardwood ecosystem.   Ecosystems 12:401-416.

 

Tu, C, FL Booker, KO Burkey and S Hu. 2009.  Elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and O3 differentially alter nitrogen acquisition in peanut.  Crop Science 49:1827-1836. 

 

Krupa, S., FL Booker, V Bowersox, C Lehmann and D Grantz. 2008. Uncertainties in the current knowledge of some atmospheric trace gases associated with US agriculture: A review. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 58:986-993.

 

Matyssek, RH Sandermann, G Wieser, FL Booker, S Cieslik, R Musselman and D Ernst. 2008.  The challenge of making ozone risk assessment for forest trees more mechanistic.  Environmental Pollution 156:567-582.

Qiu, Q-S, JL Huber, FL Booker, V Jain, ADB Leakey, EL Fiscus, PM Yau, DR Ort and SC Huber. 2008. Increased protein carbonylation in leaves of Arabidopsisand soybean in response to elevated [CO2]. Photosynthesis Research 97:155-166.

Booker, FL, KO Burkey , WA Pursley and AS Heagle. 2007. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut.   I.   Gas-exchange, biomass, and leaf chemistry. Crop Science 47:1475-1487.

Erratum
Booker, FL, KO Burkey, WA Pursley and AS Heagle. 2009. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut.   I.   Gas-exchange, biomass, and leaf chemistry. Crop Science 49:732-734. 

Burkey, KO, FL Booker, WA Pursley and AS Heagle. 2007. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut.   II. Seed yield and quality. Crop Science 47:1488-1497.

 

Cheng, F-Y, KO Burkey, JM Robinson and FL Booker. 2007. Leaf extracellular ascorbate in relation to O 3tolerance of two soybean cultivars.   Environmental Pollution 150:355-362.

 

Dubois, J-JB, EL Fiscus , FL Booker, MD Flowers and CD Reid.   2007.   Optimizing the statistical estimation of the parameters of the Farquhar-von Caemmerer- Berry model of photosynthesis.   New Phytologist 176:402-414.

 

Dubois et al.  2007.  Supplementary material. New Phytologist.

 

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, J-JB Dubois, TR Rufty, JW Burton and WA Pursley. 2007.   CO2enhancement effects in container- versus ground-grown soybeans at equal planting densities. Crop Science 47:2486-2494.

 

Flowers, MD, EL Fiscus, KO Burkey , FL Booker and J-J Dubois.   2007.   Photosynthesis, chlorophyll fluorescence, and yield of snap bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes differing in sensitivity to ozone.   Environmental and Experimental Botany 61:190-198.

 

Tu, C, FL Booker, DM Watson, X Chen, TW Rufty, W Shi and S Hu. 2006. Mycorrhizal mediation of plant N acquisition and residue decomposition: Impact of mineral N inputs. Global Change Biology 12:793-803. (PDF; 0.2 Mb) 

Booker, FL and EL Fiscus.  2005.  The role of ozone flux and antioxidants in the suppression of ozone injury by elevated carbon dioxide in soybean.  Journal of Experimental Botany 56:2139-2151. (PDF; 0.4 Mb)

Booker, FL, SA Prior, HA Torbert, EL Fiscus, WA Pursley and S Hu. 2005.  Decomposition of soybean grown under elevated concentrations of CO2and O3. Global Change Biology 11:685-698. (PDF; 0.2 Mb) 

Booker, FL, JE Miller, EL Fiscus, WA Pursley and LA Stefanski. 2005. Comparative responses of container- versus ground-grown soybean to elevated CO2 and O3. Crop Science 45:883-895. (PDF; 1.7 Mb)

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker and KO Burkey.  2005.  Crop responses to ozone:  uptake, modes of action, carbon assimilation and partitioning.  Plant, Cell and Environment 28:997-1011. (PDF; 0.3 Mb) 

Booker, FL, KO Burkey, KO Overmyer and AM Jones. 2004. Differential responses of G-protein Arabidopsis thalianamutants to ozone. New Phytologist 162:633-641.(PDF; 0.3 Mb)

Booker, FL, EL Fiscus, and JE Miller. 2004,Combined effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and ozone on soybean whole-plant water use.  Environmental Management 33:S355-S362. (PDF; 0.2 Mb) 

Booker, FL. 2004. Influence of ozone on ribonuclease activity in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) leaves.  Physiologia Plantarum 120:249-255.(PDF; 1.4 Mb)

Niyogi, D, H-I Chang, VK Saxena, T Holt, K Alapaty, FL Booker, F Chen, KJ Davis, B Holben, T Matsui, T Meyers, WC Oechel, RA Pielke, Sr, R Wells, K Wilson, Y Xue. 2004. Direct observations of the effects of aerosol loading on net ecosystem CO2exchanges over different landscapes. Geophysical Research Letters 31: L20506, doi:10.1029/2004GL020915. (PDF; 0.2 Mb) 

Fuhrer, J and FL Booker. 2003.  Ecological issues related to ozone: agricultural issues. Environment International 29:141-154. (PDF; 0.4 Mb)

Fiscus, EL and FL Booker. 2002. Growth of Arabidopsis flavonoid mutant is challenged by radiation longer than the UV-B band. Environmental and Experimental Botany 48:213-224. (PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Fiscus, EL, JE Miller, FL Booker, AS Heagle and CD Reid. 2002. The impact of ozone and other limitations on the crop productivity response to CO2. Technology 8:181-192.(PDF; 1.1 Mb)

Booker, FL and C Maier. 2001. Atmospheric carbon dioxide, irrigation, and fertilization effects on phenolic and nitrogen concentrations in loblolly pine (Pinus taedaL.) needles. Tree Physiology 21:609-616.(PDF; 0.7 Mb)

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, CD Reid and JE Miller. 2001. Unconsidered environmental stresses may cause overestimates of the CO2-fertilization effect. PS2001 Proceedings: 12th International Congress on Photosynthesis. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, VIC, Australia. (PDF; 0.2 Mb) 

Krupa, S, MT McGrath, CP Andersen, FL Booker, KO Burkey, AH Chappelka, BI Chevone, EJ Pell and B Zilinskas. 2001. Ambient ozone and plant health. Plant Disease 85:4-17.(PDF; 1.1 Mb)

Booker, FL, SR Shafer, C-M Wei and SJ Horton. 2000. Carbon dioxide enrichment and nitrogen fertilization effects on cotton (Gossypium hirsutumL.) plant residue chemistry and decomposition. Plant and Soil 220:89-98.(PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Booker, FL. 2000. Influence of carbon dioxide enrichment, ozone and nitrogen fertilization on cotton (Gossypium hirsutumL.) leaf and root composition. Plant, Cell and Environment 23:573-583.(PDF; 0.6 Mb)

Fiscus, EL, RB Philbeck, AB Britt and FL Booker. 1999. Growth of Arabidopsis flavonoid mutants under solar radiation and UV filters. Environmental and Experimental Botany 41:231-245.(PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Heagle, AS, JE Miller, FL Booker and WA Pursley. 1999. Ozone stress, carbon dioxide enrichment, and nitrogen fertility interactions in cotton. Crop Science 39:731-741.(PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Heagle, AS, FL Booker, JE Miller, EL Fiscus, WA Pursley and LA Stefanski. 1999. Influence of daily carbon dioxide exposure duration and root environment on soybean response to elevated carbon dioxide. Journal of Environmental Quality 28:666-675.(PDF; 0.8 Mb)

Warren , J.M., H.L. Allen and F.L. Booker.   1999.   Mineral nutrition, resin flow and phloem phytochemistry in loblolly pine.   Tree Physiology 19:655-663.  (PDF; 0.1 Mb)

Booker, FL and JE Miller. 1998. Phenylpropanoid metabolism and phenolic composition of soybean [Glycine max(L.) Merr.] leaves following exposure to ozone. Journal of Experimental Botany 49:1191-1202.(PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Fiscus, EL and FL Booker. 1998. UV-B, an adaptation of Green/Bjorn & Murphy. Software Version 3.02. USDA-ARS Air Quality Research Unit, Raleigh , NC .

Heagle, AS, JE Miller and FL Booker. 1998. Influence of ozone stress on soybean response to carbon dioxide enrichment:Foliar properties. Crop Science 38:113-121. (PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Booker, FL, CD Reid, S Brunschon-Harti, EL Fiscus and JE Miller. 1997. Photosynthesis and photorespiration in soybean [Glycine max(L.) Merr.] chronically exposed to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone. Journal of Experimental Botany 48:1843-1852. (PDF; 0.2 Mb)

MacKay, JJ, DM O’Malley, T Presnell, FL Booker, MM Campbell, RW Whetten and RR Sederoff.   1997.   Inheritance, gene expression, and lignin characterization in a mutant pine deficient in cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , USA 94:8255-8260.

Booker, FL, S Anttonen and AS Heagle. 1996. Catechin, proanthocyanidin and lignin contents of loblolly pine (Pinus taedaL.) needles after chronic exposure to ozone. New Phytologist 132:483-492. (PDF; 1.6 Mb)

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker and JE Miller.   1996.   Response of soybean bulk leaf water relations to ultraviolet-B irradiation.   Journal of Plant Physiology 148:63-68.  (PDF; 0.6 Mb)

 

Booker, FL and EL Fiscus.   1995.   Measurement and modeling of ultraviolet-B irradiance.   IN:   Climate Change and Rice (S Peng, KT Ingram, HU Neue and LH Ziska, eds.).   Springer-Verlag , Berlin Heidelberg , pp 147-157.  (PDF; 0.8 Mb) 

 

Fiscus, EL and FL Booker.   1995.   Is increased UV-B a threat to crop photosynthesis and productivity?   Photosynthesis Research 43:81-92.  (PDF; 1.1 Mb)

 

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, JE Miller and CD Reid.   1995.   Response of soybean leaf water relations to tropospheric ozone.   Canadian Journal of Botany 73:517-526. (PDF; 0.9 Mb)

 

Fiscus, EL, JE Miller and FL Booker.   1994.   Is UV-B a hazard to soybean photosynthesis and yield?   Results of an ozone-UV-B interaction study and model predictions.   IN:  Stratospheric Ozone Depletion/UV-B Radiation in the Biosphere (RH Biggs and MEB Joyner, eds).   NATO ASI Series, Vol. 118, Springer-Verlag , Berlin , pp. 135-147.  (PDF; 0.7 Mb)

 

Miller, JE, FL Booker, EL Fiscus, AS Heagle, WA Pursley, SF Vozzo and WW Heck.   1994.   Ultraviolet-B radiation and ozone effects on growth, yield and photosynthesis of soybean.   Journal of Environmental Quality 23:3-91.  (PDF; 0.9 Mb)

 

Booker, FL, U Blum and EL Fiscus.   1992.   Short-term effects of ferulic acid on ion uptake and water relations in cucumber seedlings.   Journal of Experimental Botany 43:649-655.  (PDF; 0.8 Mb)

 

Booker, FL, EL Fiscus, RB Philbeck, AS Heagle, JM Miller and WW Heck. 1992.   A supplemental ultraviolet-B radiation system for open-top field chambers.   Journal of Environmental Quality 21:56-61. (PDF; 0.8 Mb)

 

Booker, FL, JE Miller and EL Fiscus. 1992. Effects of ozone and UV-B radiation on pigments, biomass and peroxidase activity in soybean.   IN:   Tropospheric Ozone and the Environment II: Effects, Modeling and Control (RL Berglund, ed). Air and Waste Management Association Transactions, Pittsburgh , pp. 489-503. (PDF; 0.6 Mb)

 

Booker, FL, EL Fiscus and JE Miller.   1991.   Ozone-induced changes in soybean cell wall physiology.   IN:   Active Oxygen/Oxidative Stress and Plant Metabolism (E Pell and K Steffen, eds).   American Society of Plant Physiologists, Rockville , MD , pp. 229-232. (PDF; 2.6 Mb)


Gina Brown-Guedira
Griffey, C, Brooks, W, Vaughn, M, Thomason, W, Paling, J, Pitman, R, Dunaway, D, Corbin, R, Kenner, J, Hokanson, E, Behl, H, Beahm, B, Liu, S, Gundrum, P, Brann, D, Whitt, D, Custis, J, Starner, D, Gulick, S, Ashburn, S, Jones, N, Marshall, DS, Fountain, MO, Tuong, TD, Premakumar, R, Livingston, DP, Hicks, KB, Kurantz, MJ, Taylor, F, Moreau, RA 2011. Registration of 'Dan' Winter Hulless Barley. Crop Science. doi: 10.3198/jpr2010.03.0131crc.

Kang, J, Clark, A, Vansanford, D, Griffey, C, Brown Guedira, GL, Dong, Y, Murphy, JP, Costa, J. 2011. Exotic scab resistance quantitative trait loci (QTL) effects on soft red winter wheat. Crop Science. 51:924-933.

Kuraparthy, V, Sood, S, Brown Guedira, GL, Gill, BS. 2011. Development of a PCR assay and marker-assisted transfer of leaf rust resistance gene Lr58 into adapted winter wheats. Euphytica. 180:227-234.

Mago, R, Brown Guedira, GL, Dreisigacker, S, Breen, J, Jin, Y, Singh, R, Appels, R, Lagudah, E, Ellis, J, Spielmeyer, W. 2010. An accurate DNA marker assay for stem rust resistance gene Sr2 in wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 122:735-744.

Olson, EL, GL Brown-Guedira, DS Marshall, Y Jin, M Mergoum, I Lowe, J Dubcovsky. 2010. Genotyping of U.S. wheat germplasm for presence of stem rust resistance genes Sr24, Sr36 and Sr1RS Amigo. Crop Science 50:668-675.

 

Cowger, C, JL Patton Ozkurt, GL Brown-Guedira and L Perugini. 2009. Post-anthesis moisture increased Fusarium head blight and deoxynivalenol levels in North Carolina winter wheat. Phytopathology. 99:320-327.

 

Hall, MD, AK Fritz and GL Brown-Guedira. 2009. Genetic analysis of resistance to soil-borne wheat mosiac virus derived from Aegilops tauschii. Euphytica 169:169-176.

 

Lagudah, ES, SG Krattinger, S Herrera-Foessel, RP Singh, J Huerta-Espino, W Spielmeyer, GL Brown-Guedira, LL Selter and B Keller. 2009. Gene-specific markers for the wheat gene Lr34/Yr18/Pm38 which confers resistance to multiple fungal pathogens. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 119:889-898.

 

Maxwell, JJ, JH Lyerly, C Cowger, DS Marshall, G Brown-Guedira and JP Murphy. 2009.  MlAG12 Triticum timopheevii-derived powdery mildew resistance gene in common wheat on chromosome 7AL.  Theoretical and Applied Genetics 119:1489-1495.

 

Brown-Guedira, GL, C Griffey, F Kolb, A Mckendry, P Murphy and D Vansanford. 2008. Breeding FHB-resistant soft winter wheat: progress and prospects. Cereal Research Communications. 36:31S-35S.

 

Coram, T, GL Brown-Guedira and X Chen. 2008. Using transcriptomics to understand the wheat genome. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 3:083.

 

Perugini, L, J Murphy, DS Marshall, GL Brown-Guedira. 2008. Pm37, a new broadly effective powdery mildew resistance gene from Triticum timopheevii. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 116:417-425.

 

Kirigwi, FM, M Van Ginkel, G Brown-Guedira, BS Gill, GM Paulsen and AK Fritz. 2007. Markers associated with a QTL for grain yield in wheat under drought. Molecular Breeding 20:401-403.

 

Miranda, LM, L Peruginia, G Srnic, GL Brown-Guedira, DS Marshall, S Leath, and JP Murphy. 2007. Genetic mapping of a Triticum monococcum-derived powdery mildew resistance gene in common wheat. Crop Science 47:2323-2329.


Perugini, L, C Sneller, F Kolb, D Van Sanford, K Griffey, H Ohm, GL Brown-Guedira. 2007. Haplotype structure and genetic diversity at Fusarium head blight resistance QTLs in soft winter wheat germplasm. National Fusarium Head Blight Forum Proceedings.

  

Tucker, DM, CA Griffey, S Liu , G Brown-Guedira, DS Marshall and MA Saghai-Maroof.   2007.   Confirmation of three quantitative trait loci conferring adult plant resistance to powdery mildew in two winter wheat populations.   Euphytica 155: 1-13.

 

Brooks, SA, DR See and G Brown-Guedira.   2006. SNP -based improvement of a microsatellite marker associated with karnal bunt resistance in wheat.   Crop Science 46:1467-1470.

 

Brooks, SA, L Huang , MN Herbel, BS Gill, GL Brown-Guedira and JP Fellers. 2006.   Structural variation and evolution of a defense-gene cluster in natural populations of Aegilops tauschii.   Theoretical and Applied Genetics DOI: 10.1007/s00122-005-0160-7.

 

Mateos-Hernandez, M, RP Singh, SH Hulbert, RL Bowden, J Huerta-Espino, BS Gill and GL Brown-Guedira. 2006. Targeted mapping of ESTs linked to the adult plant resistance gene lr46 in wheat using synteny with rice. Functional and Integrative Genomics 6:122-131.

 

Narasimhamoorthy, B, BS Gill, A Fritz, C Nelson and GL Brown-Guedira. 2006. Advanced backcross QTL analysis of a hard winter wheat-synthetic wheat population.   Journal of Theoretical and Applied Genetics.

 

See, DR, SA Brooks, JC Nelson, GL Brown-Guedira, B Friebe and G Bikram. 2006. Gene evolution at the ends of wheat chromosomes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 103:4162-4167.

 

Verges, VL, DV Sanford and G Brown-Guedira.   2006.   Heritability estimates and response to selection for Fusarium head blight resistance in soft red winter wheat.   Crop Science 46:1587-1594.

 

Brown-Guedira, GL, JH Hatchett, J Ouweche, M Chen, X Lui, TS Cox, RG Sears and BS Gill. 2005. Registration of KS99WGRC42 Hessian fly-resistant hard red winter wheat germplasm. Crop Science 45:804-805.

 

Liu, XM, GL Brown-Guedira, JH Hatchett, JO Owuoche and MS Chen. 2005. Genetic characterization and molecular mapping of a Hessian fly-resistance gene transferred from T. turgidumssp. dicoccumto common wheat.   Theoretical and Applied Genetics 111:1308-1315.

 

Brown-Guedira, GL, AK Fritz, BS Gill, S Singh and TS Cox . 2004. Registration of KS00WGRC44 leaf rust-resistant hard red winter germplasm. Crop Science 44:702.

 

Brown-Guedira, GL, ML Warburton, and RL Nelson. 2004. Registration of LG92-1255, LG93-7054, LG93-7654 and LG93-7792 soybean germplasm. Crop Science 44:356-357.

 

Singh, S, CD Franks, L Huang, GL Brown-Guedira, DS Marshall, BS Gill and A Fritz.   2004. Lr41, Lr39 and a leaf rust resistance gene Aegilops cylindrica may be allelic and are located on wheat chromosome 2DS . Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108:586-591.

 

Sourdille, P, S Singh, T Cadalen, GL Brown-Guedira, G Gay, L Qi, BS Gill, P Dufour, A

Murigneux and M Bernard. 2004. Microsatellite-based deletion bin system for the establishment of genetic - physical map relationships in wheat (Triticum aestivum L. ) . Functional International Genetics 4:12-25.

 

Warburton, ML, GL Brown-Guedira, and RL Nelson. 2004. Registration of LG92-4208, LG94-1128, LG94-1906, and LG94-4667 soybean germplasm. Crop Science 44: 1501-1502. 

 

Brown-Guedira, GL, S Singh and AK Fritz. 2003. Performance and mapping of a leaf rust resistance gene transferred to wheat from Triticum armeniacum . Phytopathology 93:784-789.

Kim, Y-K, GL Brown-Guedira, TS Cox, and WW Bockus. 2003. Inheritance of resistance to Stagonospora nodurumleaf blotch in Kansas winter wheat cultivars. Plant Disease 88:530-536.

Malik, R, GL Brown-Guedira, CM Smith, TL Harvey and BS Gill. 2003. Genetic mapping of wheat curl mite resistance genes Cmc3 and Cmc4 in common wheat. Crop Science 43:644-650.

Malik, R, CM Smith, GL Brown-Guedira, TL Harvey, BS Gill and S Bikram . 2003. Assessment of Aegilops tauschii for resistance to biotypes of wheat curl mite (Acari: Eriophyidae). Journal of Economic Ento mology 96:1329-1333.

Owuoche, JO, RG Sears, GL Brown-Guedira, BS Gill and AK Fritz. 2003. Heterotic effects of wheat-rye chromosomal translocations on agronomic traits of hybrid wheat (Triticum aestivumL.) under an adequate moisture regime. Euphytica 132:67-77.

Singh, S, GL Brown-Guedira, TS Grewal, HS Dhaliwal, JC Nelson, H Singh and BS Gill.   2003. Mapping of a resistance gene effective against Karnal bunt pathogen of wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:287-292.

Hill-Ambroz, K, G Brown-Guedira and J Fellers. 2002. Modified rapid DNA extraction protocol for high throughput microsatellite analysis in wheat. Crop Science 42:2088- 2091.

Bockus, WW, AJ Appel, RL Bowden, AK Fritz, BS Gill, TJ Martin, RG Sears, DL Seifers, GL Brown-Guedira and MG Eversmeyer. 2001. Success stories: breeding for wheat disease resistance in Kansas . Plant Disease 85:453-461.

Raupp, WR, S Singh , GL Brown-Guedira and BS Gill. 2001. Cytogenetic and molecular mapping of the leaf rust resistance gene Lr39 in wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:347-352.

Sears, RG, TJ Martin, PJ McCluskey, GM Paulsen, WF Heer, JH Long, MD Witt and GL Brown-Guedira. 2001. Registration of ‘Heyne’ wheat . Crop Science 41: 1367.

Sears, RG, TJ Martin, PJ Mccluskey, GM Paulsen, WF Heer, JH Long, MD Witt and GL Brown-Guedira. 2001. Registration of ‘Betty’ wheat. Crop Science 41:1366-1367.

Brown-Guedira, GL, JA Thompson, ML Warburton and RL Nelson. 2000. Evaluation of genetic diversity of soybean introductions and North American ancestors using RAPD and SSR markers. Crop Sci ence 40:815-823.

Harvey, TL, DL Seifers, TJ Martin, G. Brown-Guedira and BS Gill. 1999. Survival of wheat curl mites on different sources of resistance in wheat. Crop Science 39:1887- 1889.

Brown-Guedira, GL, BS Gill, TS Cox and S Leath . 1997. Transfer of disease resistance genes from Triticum araraticum to common wheat. Plant Breeding 116:105-112.

Brown-Guedira, GL, ED Badaeva, BS Gill and TS Cox. 1996. Chromosome substitutions of Triticum timopheevii in common wheat and some observations on the evolution of polyploid wheat species. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 93:1291-1298.

Brown-Guedira, GL, TS Cox, BS Gill, JH Hatchett, WW Bockus, S Leath, CJ Peterson, JB Thomas and P Zwer. 1996. Evaluation of a collection of wild timopheevi wheat for resistance to disease and arthropod pests. Plant Disease 80:928-933.


Kent Burkey

Booker, FL, KO Burkey and AM Jones. 2012. Re-evaluating the role of ascorbic acid and phenolic glycosides in ozone scavenging in the leaf apoplast of Arabidopsis thaliana L. Plant Cell and Environment 35:1456-1466.

Booker, FL, KO Burkey, P Morgan, EL Fiscus and A Jones. 2012. Minimal influence of G-protein null mutations on ozone-induced changes in gene expression, foliar injury, gas-exchange and peroxidase activity in Arabidopsis thaliana L. Plant, Cell and Environment 35:668-681.

Burkey, KO, FL Booker, EA Ainsworth and R Nelson.  2012.  Field assessment of a snap bean ozone bioindicator system under elevated ozone and carbon dioxide in a free air system.  Environmental Pollution 166:167-171.

 

Cheng, L, FL Booker, C Tu, KO Burkey, L Zhou, HD Shew, TW Rufty and S Hu. 2012. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi increase organic carbon decomposition under elevated CO2. Science 337:1084-1087.

 

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, W Sadok and KO Burkey. 2012. Influence of atmospheric vapour pressure deficit on ozone responses of snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes.  Journal of Experimental Botany 63:2557-2564.

Hughes, NM, KO Burkey, J Cavender-Bares and WK Smith. 2012. Xanthophyll cycle pigment and antioxidant profiles of winter-red (anthocyanic) and winter-green (acyanic) angiosperm evergreen species. Journal of Experimental Botany 63:1895–1905.

Cheng, L, FL Booker, KO Burkey, C Tu, HD Shew, TW Rufty, EL Fiscus, JL Deforest and S Hu.  2011.  Soil microbial responses to elevated CO2 and O3 in a nitrogen-aggrading agroecosystem. PLoS One 6:e21377.

Burkey, KO and TE Carter, Jr. 2009.Foliar resistance to ozone injury in the genetic base of U.S. and Canadian soybean and prediction of resistance in descendent cultivars using coefficient of parentage.  Field Crops Research 111:207-217.

Booker, FL, R Muntifering, M. McGrath, KO Burkey, D Decoteau, EL Fiscus, W Manning, S Krupa, A Chappelka and DA Grantz.  2009.  The ozone component of global change:  Potential effects on agricultural and horticultural plant yield, product quality and interactions with invasive species.  Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 51:337-351.

 

Tu, C, FL Booker, KO Burkey and S Hu. 2009.  Elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and O3 differentially alter nitrogen acquisition in peanut.  Crop Science 49:1827-1836.

 

Booker, FL, KO Burkey, WA Pursley and AS Heagle. 2007. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut.  I.  Gas-exchange, biomass, and leaf chemistry. Crop Science 47:1475-1487.

 

Erratum
Booker, FL, KO Burkey, WA Pursley and AS Heagle. 2009. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut.  I.  Gas-exchange, biomass, and leaf chemistry. Crop Science 49:732-734.

 

Burkey, KO, FL Booker, WA Pursley and AS Heagle. 2007. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut.  II. Seed yield and quality. Crop Science 47:1488-1497.

 

Chen, X., C. Tu, M. Burton, D. Watson, K.O. Burkey, and S. Hu. 2007. Plant nitrogen acquisition and interactions under elevated CO2: impact of endophytes and mycorrhizae. Global Change Biology. 13: 1238-1249.

 

Cheng, F-Y, KO Burkey, JM Robinson and FL Booker. 2007. Leaf extracellular ascorbate in relation to O3 tolerance of two soybean cultivars.  Environmental Pollution 150:355-362.

 

Flowers, MD, EL Fiscus, KO Burkey, FL Booker and J-J Dubois.  2007.  Photosynthesis, chlorophyll fluorescence, and yield of snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes differing in sensitivity to ozone.  Environmental and Experimental Botany 61:190-198.

 

Burkey, KO, HS Neufeld, L Souza, AH Chappelka and AW Davison.  2006.  Seasonal profiles of leaf ascorbic acid in ozone-sensitive wildflowers. Environmental Pollution 143:427-434.

 

Neufeld, HS, AH Chappelka, KO Burkey and AW Davison.  2006.  Reduced ability of the SPAD meter to measure chlorophyll concentrations in cutleaf coneflower leaves exhibiting visible foliar injury from ozone. Photosynthesis Research 87:281-286.

 

Souza, L, HS Neufeld, AH Chappelka, KO Burkey and AW Davison.  2006.  Seasonal development of ozone-induced foliar injury on tall milkweed (Asclepias exaltata) in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Environmental Pollution 141:175-183.

Burkey, KO, JE Miller and EL Fiscus.  2005.  Assessment of ambient ozone effects on vegetation using snap bean as a bioindicator species.  Journal of Environmental Quality 34:1081-1086.

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker and KO Burkey.  2005.  Crop responses to ozone:  uptake, modes of action, carbon assimilation and partitioning.  Plant, Cell and Environment 28:997-1011.

Hu, S, J Wu, KO Burkey and MK Firestone. 2005. Plant and microbial N acquisition under elevated atmospheric CO2 in two mesocosm experiments with annual grasses. Global Change Biology 11:213-223.

Hughes NM, HS Neufeld and KO Burkey.  2005.  Functional role of anthocyanins in high-light winter leaves of the evergreen herb Galax urceolata.  New Phytologist 168:575-587.

Booker, FL, KO Burkey, KO Overmyer and AM Jones. 2004. Differential responses of G-protein Arabidopsis thaliana mutants to ozone. New Phytologist 162:633-641.

Burkey, KO, G Eason and EL Fiscus.  2003. Factors that affect leaf extracellular ascorbic acid content and redox status. Physiologia Plantarum 117:51-57.

Heagle AS, JE Miller, KO Burkey, GP Eason and WA Pursley. 2002. Growth and yield responses of Phaseolus vulgaris to mixtures of carbon dioxide and ozone. Journal of Environmental Quality 31:2008-2014.

Burkey, KO and G Eason. 2002. Ozone tolerance in snap bean is associated with elevated ascorbic acid in the leaf apoplast. Physiologia Plantarum 114: 387-394.

Krupa, S, MT McGrath, CP Andersen, FL Booker, KO Burkey, AH Chappelka, BI Chevone, EJ Pell and B Zilinskas. 2001. Ambient ozone and plant health. Plant Disease 85:4-17.

Burkey, KO, C Wei, G Eason, P Ghosh and GP Fenner. 2000. Antioxidant metabolites levels in ozone-sensitive and tolerant genotypes of snap beans. Physiologia Plantarum 110:195-200.

Burkey, KO. 1999. Effects of ozone on the apoplast/cytoplasm partitioning of ascorbic acid in snap bean. Physiologia Plantarum 107:188-193.

Reid, CD, EL Fiscus and KO Burkey. 1999. Effect of chronic ozone and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations on ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate in soybean (Glycine max). Physiologia Plantarum 106:378-385.

Burkey, KO and JN Mathis. 1998. Identification of a novel isoform of the chloroplast-coupling factor alpha-subunit. Plant Physiology 116:703-708.

Reid, CD, EL Fiscus and KO Burkey. 1998. Combined effects of chronic ozone and elevated CO2 on Rubisco activity and leaf components in soybean (Glycine max). Journal of Experimental Botany 49:1999-2011.


Joe Burns
Burns, J.C. 2011. Maturity and Regrowth Influences on Quality of Caucasian Bluestem Hay. Crop Science. 51:1840-1849.

Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S., Pond, K.R. 2011. Effects of Tall Fescue Forage Mass on Steer Ingestive Behavior and Performance. Crop Science. 51:1850-1864.

Chavez, S.J., Huntington, G.B., Burns, J.C. 2011. Use of Plant Hydrocarbons as External Markers to Measure Voluntary Intake and Digestibility in Beef Steers.  Journal of Animal Science. 139:245-251.

Burns, J.C. 2011. Intake and Digestibility Among Caucasian Bluestem, Big Bluestem, and Switchgrass Compared with Bermudagrass. Crop Science. 51:2262-2275.

Burns, JC, Wagger, MG, Fisher, DS. 2009. Animal and pasture productivity of 'Coastal' and 'Tifton 44' bermudagrass at three nitrogen rates and associated soil nitrogen status. Agronomy Journal 101: 32-40.
 
Burns, JC, Stone, KC., Hunt, PG, Vanotti, MB, Cantrell, KB, Fisher, D S. 2009. Intake and digestibility of 'coastal' bermudagrass hay from treated swine waste using subsurface drip irrigation. Journal of Environmental Quality 38: 1749-1756.


Cantrell, KB, Stone, KC, Hunt, PG, Ro, KS, Vanotti, MB, Burns, JC. 2009. Bioenergy from coastal bermudagrass receiving subsurface drip irrigation with advance-treated swine wastewater. Bioresource Technology 100: 3285-3292.
 
Huntington, GB, Magee, K, Matthews, A, Poore, M, Burns, J. 2009. Urea metabolism in beef steers fed tall fescue, orchardgrass, or gamagrass hays. Journal of Animal Science 87: 1346-1353.
 
Sauve, AK, Huntington, GB, Burns, JC. 2009. Effects of total nonstructural carbohydrates and nitrogen balance on voluntary intake of goats and digestibility of gamagrass hay harvested at sunrise and sunset. Animal Feed Science and Technology 148:93-106.
 
Yang, Y, Sharma-Shivappa, R, Burns, JC, Cheng, J. 2009. Dilute acid pretreatment of oven-dried switchgrass germplasms for bioethanol production. Energy and Fuels 23:3759-3766.
 
Burns, JC and EB Godshalk. 2008. Registration of 'Performer' switchgrass. Crop Science 2:29-30.

 

Burns, JC and EB Godshalk. 2008. Registration of `BoMaster' switchgrass. Crop Science 2:31-32.  

 

Burns, JC, Fisher, DS. 2008. 'Coastal' and 'Tifton 44' bermudagrass availability on animal and pasture productivity. Agronomy Journal 100:1280-1288.


Burns, JC. 2008. ASAS centennial paper - utilization of pasture and forages by ruminants: A historical perspective. Journal of Animal Science 86:3647-3663.


Fellner, V, Burns, JC, Marshall, DS. 2008. Effect of feeding corn, hull-less or hulled barley on fermentation by mixed cultures of ruminal microorganisms. Journal of Dairy Science 91:1936-1941.
 
Fisher, DS, Burns, JC. 2008. Testing for variation in animal preference for Jesup tall fescue hays with wild-type, novel, or no fungal endophyte. Crop Science 48:2026-2032.

Huntington, GB, Burns, JC. 2008. The interaction of harvesting time of day of switchgrass hay and ruminal degradability of supplemental protein offered to beef steers. Journal of Animal Science 86:159-166.
 
Vibart, RE, Fellner, V, Burns, JC, Huntington, GB, Green, JT. 2008. Performance of lactating dairy cows fed varying levels of total mixed ration and pasture. Journal of Dairy Research 75:471-480.

 

Burns, JC and DS Fisher.  2007.  Dry matter intake and digestibility of Coastal, Tifton 44, and Tifton 85 bermudagrass hays grown in the Upper South.  Crop Science 47:795-810.

 

Burns, JC, DS Fisher and HF Mayland.  2007.  Diurnal shifts in nutritive value of alfalfa harvested as hay and evaluated by animal intake and digestion.  Crop Science 47:2190-2197.

 

Griggs, TC, MacAdams, JW, Mayland, HF, Burns, JC. 2007. Temporal and vertical distribution of soluble carbohydrates, fiber,protein, and digestiblility levels in orchardgrass swards. Agronomy Journal 99:755-763.

 

Huntington, G and JC Burns.  2007. Afternoon harvest increases readily fermentable carbohydrate concentration and voluntary intake of gamagrass and switchgrass baleage by steers.  Journal of Animal Science 85:276-284.

 

Huntington, GB, Burns, JC, Archibeque, SL. 2007. Urea metabolism in beef steers grazing bermudagrass, Caucasian bluestem or gamagrass pastures varying in plant morophology, protein content and protein concentration. Journal of Animal Science 85:1997-2004.

 

Burns, JC. 2006. Grazing research in the humid east: A historical perspective.  Crop Science 46:118-130.

 

Burns, JC and DS Fisher. 2006. Intake and digestion of ‘Jesup’ tall fescue hays with a novel fungal endophyte, without an endophyte, or with a wild-type endophyte. Crop Science 46:216-223.


Burns, JC, Fisher, DS, Rottinghaus, GE. 2006. Grazing influences on mass, nutritive value and persistence of stockpiled Jesup tall fescue without and with novel and wild type fungal endophytes. Crop Sci. 46:1898-1912.

 

Nelson, C and JC Burns.  2006.  Fifty years of grassland science leading to change.  Crop Science 46:2204-2217.

 

Burns, JC, HF Mayland and DS Fisher. 2005. Dry matter intake and digestion of alfalfa harvested at sunset and sunrise. Journal of Animal Science 83:262-270.

 

Burritt, EA, HF Mayland, FD Provenza, RL Miller and JC Burns. 2005. Effect of added sugar on preference and intake by sheep of hay cut in the morning versus the afternoon. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 94:245-254.

 

Fisher, DS, JC Burns and HF Mayland. 2005. Ruminant preference for switch grass hays cut at either sundown or sunup. Crop Science 45:1394-1402.

 

Griggs, T, JW Macadams, HF Mayland and JC Burns. 2005. Nonstructural carbohydrate and digestibility patterns in orchard grass swards during daily defoliation sequences initiated in evening and morning. Crop Science 45:1295-1304.

 

Magee, KJ, MH Poore, JC Burns and GB Huntington. 2005. Nitrogen metabolism in beef steers fed gamagrass or orchard grass hay with or without a supplement. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 85:107-109.

 

Mehaffey, MH, DS Fisher and JC Burns. 2005. Photosynthesis and nutritive value in leaves of three warm-season grasses before and after defoliation. Agronomy Journal 97:755-759.

 

Burns, JC, JG Mcivor, LM Villalobos, RR Vera and DI Bransby. 2004. Grazing system for C4 grasslands: a global perspective. American Society of Agronomy Monograph Series.

 

Eun, JS, V Fellner, JC Burns and ML Gumpertz. 2004. Fermentation of eastern gamagrass (Tripsacum dactyloides [L.] L.) by mixed cultures of ruminal microorganisms with or without supplemental corn. Journal of Animal Science 82:170-178.

 

Hanna, WW, CJ Chaparro, BW Mathews, JC Burns and LE Sollenberger. 2004. Perennial pennisetums. American Society of Agronomy Monograph Series.

 

Stevens, DR, JC Burns, DS Fisher AND JH Eisemann. 2004. The influence of high nitrogen forages on the voluntary feed intake of sheep. Journal of Animal Science 82:1536-1542.

 

Eun, J, V Fellner, JC Burns and ML Gumpertz. 2003. Eastern gamagrass evaluated as hay or silage for lactating dairy cows. Professional Animal Scientist 19:362-369.

 

Archibeque, SL, JC Burns and GB Huntington. 2002. Nitrogen metabolism of beef steers fed endophyte-free tall fescue hay: effects of ruminally protected methionine supplementation. Journal of Animal Science 80:1344-1351.

 

Burns, JC and LE Sollenberger. 2002. Grazing behavior of ruminants and daily performance from warm-season grasses. Crop Science 42:873-881.

 

Burns, JC, DS Chamblee and FG Giesbrecht. 2002. Defoliation intensity effects on season-long dry matter distribution and nutritive value. Crop Science 42:1274-1284.

 

Fisher, DS, HF Mayland and JC Burns. 2002. Variation in ruminant preference for alfalfa hays cut at sunup and sundown. Crop Science 42:231-237.

 

Heagle, AS, JC Burns, DS Fisher, JE Miller. 2002. Effects of carbon dioxide enrichment on leaf chemistry and reproduction by twospotted spider mites (Acari: Tetranychidae) on white clover. Environmental Entomology 31:594-601.

 

Burns, JC, DS Fisher and HF Mayland. 2001. Preference by sheep and goats among hay of eight tall fescue cultivars. Journal of Animal Science 79:213-224.

 

Burns, JC and DS Chamblee. 2000. Summer accumulation of tall fescue at low elevations in the Piedmont: I. Fall yield and nutritive value. Agronomy Journal 92:211-216.

 

Burns, JC and DS Chamblee.  2000.  Summer accumulation of tall fescue at low elevations in the humid Piedmont II. Fall and winter changes in nutritive value.  Agronomy Journal 92:217-224.


Christina Cowger

Weisz, R, C Cowger, G Ambrose and A Gardner. 2010. Multiple mid-Atlantic field experiments show no economic benefit to fungicide application when fungal disease is absent in winter wheat. Phytopathology: In press.

Cowger, C, Weisz, R, Anderson, JM and Horton, JR.  2010.  Maize debris increases barley yellow dwarf virus severity in North Carolina winter wheat.  Agronomy Journal 102:688-696.

Mundt, CC, Sackett, KE, Wallace, LD, Cowger, C and Dudley, JP.  2010.  Aerial dispersal and multiple-scale spread of epidemic disease.  Ecohealth:Online Early.

Cowger, C, Patton Ozkurt, JL, Brown Guedira, GL and Perugini, L. 2009. Post-anthesis moisture increased Fusarium head blight and deoxynivalenol levels in North Carolina winter wheat. Phytopathology 99:320-327.

Cowger, C, Parks, R and Marshall, D.  2009. Appearance of powdery mildew of wheat caused by Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici on Pm17-bearing cultivars in North Carolina.  Plant Disease 93:1219-

Maxwell, JJ, JH Lyerly, C Cowger, DS Marshall, G Brown-Guedira and JP Murphy. 2009.  MlAG12: a Triticum timopheevii-derived powdery mildew resistance gene in common wheat on chromosome 7AL.  Theoretical and Applied Genetics 119:1489–1495.

Mundt, CC, Sackett, KE, Wallace, LD, Cowger, C, Dudley, JP. 2009. Long distance dispersal and accelerating waves of disease: Empirical relationships. The American Naturalist 173:456-466.

Parks, R, Carbone, I, Murphy, J, Cowger, C. 2009. Population genetic analysis of an Eastern U.S. wheat powdery mildew population reveals geographic and recent common ancestry with U.K. and Israeli populations. Phytopathology 99:840-849.

Cowger, C,  PC Brunner and CC Mundt. 2008. Frequency of sexual recombination by Mycosphaerella graminicolain mild and severe epidemics.  Phytopathology 98:752-759.

Cowger, C and R Weisz. 2008. Winter wheat blends (mixtures) produce a yield advantage in North Carolina. Agronomy Journal 100:169-177.

Parks, W, Carbone, I, Murphy, J, Marshall, DS, Cowger, C. 2008. Virulence structure of the eastern U.S. wheat powdery mildew population. Plant Disease 92:1074-1082.

ERRATA:
Murphy, JP, RA Navarro, D Marshall, C Cowger, TS Cox, JA Kolmer, S Leath and CS Gaines. 2008. Registration of NC06BGTAG12 and NC06BGTAG13 powdery mildew–resistant wheat germplasm. Journal of Plant Registrations 2:69.

Murphy, JP, RA Navarro, D Marshall, C Cowger, TS Cox, JA Kolmer, S Leath and CS Gaines. 2007. Registration of NC06BGTAG12 and NC06BGTAG13 powdery mildew–resistant wheat germplasm. Journal of Plant Registrations 1:75-77.

Cowger, C and JP Murphy. 2007. Artificial inoculation of wheat for selecting resistance to Stagonospora nodorumblotch. Plant Disease 91:539-545.

Miranda, LM., JP Murphy, D Marshall, C Cowger, and S Leath .   2007.   Chromosomal location of Pm35, a novel Aegilops tauschiiderived powdery mildew resistance gene introgressed into common wheat ( Triticum aestivumL.).   Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114:1451-1456.

 

Murphy, JP, RA Navarro, D Marshall, C Cowger, TS Cox, JA Kolmer, S Leath and CS Gaines. 2007. Registration of NC06BGTAG12 and NC06BGTAG13 powdery mildew resistant wheat germplasm.   Journal of Plant Registrations 1:75-77.


Cowger, C and HV Silva-Rojas. 2006. Frequency of Phaeosphaeria nodorum, the sexual stage of Stagonospora nodorum, on winter wheat in North Carolina . Phytopathology 96:860-866.

 

Cowger, C, LD Wallace and CC Mundt.  2005. Velocity of spread of wheat stripe rust epidemics.   Phytopathology 95:972-982.

 

Cowger, C and R Weisz.  2005.  Soilborne wheat mosaic and spindle streak mosaic virus.   North Carolina State University extension publication.

 

Cowger, C and AL Sutton. 2005.  The southeastern U.S. Fusarium head blight   epidemic of 2003. Online.   Plant Health Progress.   doi:10.1094/PHP-2005-10XX-01-RS.

 

Sutton , AL and C Cowger.   2004.   The Fusarium head blight epidemic of 2003 in the southeastern United States .   U.S. Wheat and Barley Scab Initiative special report, Michigan State University , 28 pp.

 

Cowger, C, BA McDonald and CC Mundt. 2002. Frequency of sexual reproduction by Mycosphaerella graminicola on partially resistant wheat cultivars. Phytopathology 92: 1175-1181.

 

Cowger, C and CC Mundt. 2002. Effects of wheat cultivar mixtures on epidemic progression of Septoria triticiblotch and pathogenicity of Mycosphaerella graminicola. Phytopathology 92:617-623.

Cowger, C and CC Mundt. 2002. Aggressiveness of Mycosphaerella graminicola isolates from susceptible and partially resistant wheat cultivars. Phytopathology 92:624-630.

 

Mundt, CC, C Cowger and KA Garrett. 2002. Relevance of integrated disease management to resistance durability. Euphytica 124:245-252.

Cowger, C, ME Hoffer and CC Mundt. 2000. Specific adaptation by Mycosphaerella graminicola to a vertically resistant wheat cultivar. Plant Pathology 49:445-451.

Mundt, CC, C Cowger and ME Hoffer. 1999.   Disease management using varietal mixtures.   IN: Septoria and Stagonospora Diseases of Cereals:   A Compilation of Global Research. CIMMYT, Mexico , D.F., pp. 111-116.

Cowger, C and CC Mundt. 1998. A hydroponic seedling assay for resistance to Cephalosporium stripe of wheat. Plant Disease 82:1126-1131.

Mundt, CC, ME Hoffer, HU Ahmed, SM Coakley, JA DiLeone and C Cowger. 1998. Population genetics and host resistance.   IN: Septoria on Cereals: A Study of Pathosystems (JA Lucas, P Bowyer and AM Anderson, eds.). CAB International, Wallingford , UK , pp. 115-130.


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Booker, FL, KO Burkey, P Morgan, EL Fiscus and A Jones. 2012.  Minimal influence of G-protein null mutations on ozone-induced changes in gene expression, foliar injury, gas-exchange and peroxidase activity in Arabidopsis thaliana L.  Plant, Cell and Environment:In press.

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, W Sadok and KO Burkey.2012.Influence of atmospheric vapour pressure deficit on ozone responses of snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes.  Journal of Experimental Botany:  In press.

Cheng, L, FL Booker, KO Burkey, C Tu, HD Shew, TW Rufty, EL Fiscus, JL Deforest and S Hu.  2011.  Soil microbial responses to elevated CO2 and O3 in a nitrogen-aggrading agroecosystem. PLoS One 6:e21377.


Booker, FL, R Muntifering, M. McGrath, KO Burkey, D Decoteau, EL Fiscus, W Manning, S Krupa, A Chappelka and DA Grantz.  2009.  The ozone component of global change:  Potential effects on agricultural and horticultural plant yield, product quality and interactions with invasive species.  Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 51:337-351.

 

Qiu, Q-S, JL Huber, FL Booker, V Jain, ADB Leakey, EL Fiscus, PM Yau, DR Ort and SC Huber. 2008. Increased protein carbonylation in leaves of Arabidopsis and soybean in response to elevated [CO2]. Photosynthesis Research 97:155-166.

 

Reid, CD and EL Fiscus. 2008. Ozone and density affect the response of biomass and seed yield to elevated CO2 in rice. Global Change Biology 14:60-76.

 

Dubois, J.-JB, EL Fiscus, FL Booker, MD Flowers and CD Reid.  2007.  Optimizing the statistical estimation of the parameters of the Farquhar-von Caemmerer-Berry model of photosynthesis.  New Phytologist 176:402-414.

 

Dubois, J et al. 2007.  Supplementary material. New Phytologist.

 

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, J-JB Dubois, TR Rufty, JW Burton and WA Pursley. 2007.  CO2 enhancement effects in container- versus ground-grown soybeans at equal planting densities. Crop Science 47:2486-2494.

 

Flowers, MD, EL Fiscus, KO Burkey, FL Booker and J-J Dubois.  2007.  Photosynthesis, chlorophyll fluorescence, and yield of snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes differing in sensitivity to ozone.  Environmental and Experimental Botany 61:190-198.

 

Sinclair, TR, EL Fiscus, B Wherley, M Durham and TW Rufty.  2007.  Atmospheric vapor pressure deficit is critical in predicting growth response of "cool-season" grass Festuca arundinacea to temperature change.  Planta 227:273-276.

Booker, FL and EL Fiscus.  2005.  The role of ozone flux and antioxidants in the suppression of ozone injury by elevated carbon dioxide in soybean.  Journal of Experimental Botany 56:2139-2151.

Booker, FL, SA Prior, HA Torbert, EL Fiscus, WA Pursley and S Hu. 2005.  Decomposition of soybean grown under elevated concentrations of CO2 and O3. Global Change Biology 11:685-698.

Booker, FL, JE Miller, EL Fiscus, WA Pursley and LA Stefanski. 2005. Comparative responses of container- versus ground-grown soybean to elevated CO2 and O3. Crop Science 45:883-895.

Burkey, KO, JE Miller and EL Fiscus.  2005.  Assessment of ambient ozone effects on vegetation using snap bean as a bioindicator species.  Journal of Environmental Quality 34:1081-1086.

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker and KO Burkey.  2005.  Crop responses to ozone:  uptake, modes of action, carbon assimilation and partitioning.  Plant, Cell and Environment 28:997-1011. 

Booker, FL, EL Fiscus, and JE Miller. 2004. Combined effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and ozone on soybean whole-plant water use.  Environmental Management 33:S355-S362.

Britt, A and EL Fiscus. 2003. Growth responses of Arabidopsis DNA repair mutants to solar irradiation. Physiologia Plantarum 118:183-192.

Fiscus, EL and FL Booker. 2002. Growth of Arabidopsis flavonoid mutant is challenged by radiation longer than the UV-B band. Environmental and Experimental Botany 48:213-224.

Fiscus, EL, JE Miller, FL Booker, AS Heagle and CD Reid. 2002. The impact of ozone and other limitations on the crop productivity response to CO2. Technology 8:181-192.

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, CD Reid and JE Miller. 2001. Unconsidered environmental stresses may cause overestimates of the CO2-fertilization effect. PS2001 Proceedings: 12th International Congress on Photosynthesis. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, VIC, Australia.

Fiscus, EL, RB Philbeck, AB Britt and FL Booker. 1999. Growth of Arabidopsis flavonoid mutants under solar radiation and UV filters. Environmental and Experimental Botany 41:231-245.

Heagle, AS, FL Booker, JE Miller, EL Fiscus, WA Pursley and LA Stefanski. 1999. Influence of daily carbon dioxide exposure duration and root environment on soybean response to elevated carbon dioxide. Journal of Environmental Quality 28:666-675.

Reid, CD, EL Fiscus and KO Burkey. 1999. Effect of chronic ozone and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations on ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate in soybean (Glycine max). Physiologia Plantarum 106:378-385.

Reid, CD and EL Fiscus. 1998. Effects of elevated [CO2] and/or ozone on limitations to CO2 assimilation in soybean (Glycine max). Journal of Experimental Botany 49:885-896.

Reid, CD, EL Fiscus and KO Burkey. 1998. Combined effects of chronic ozone and elevated CO2 on Rubisco activity and leaf components in soybean (Glycine max). Journal of Experimental Botany 49:1999-2011.

Fiscus, EL and FL Booker. 1998. UV-B, an adaptation of Green/Bjorn & Murphy. Software Version 3.02. USDA-ARS Air Quality Research Unit, Raleigh, NC.

Booker, FL, CD Reid, S Brunschon-Harti, EL Fiscus and JE Miller. 1997.  Photosynthesis and photorespiration in soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.]  chronically exposed to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone. Journal of  Experimental Botany 48:1843-1852.

Fiscus, EL, CD Reid, JE Miller and AS Heagle. 1997. Elevated CO2 reduces O3 flux and O3-induced yield losses in soybeans: possible implications for elevated CO2 studies. Journal of Experimental Botany 48:307-313.

Reid, CD, DT Tissue, EL Fiscus and BR Strain. 1997.  Comparison of spectrophotometric and radioisotopic methods for the assay of Rubisco in ozone-treated plants.  Physiologia Plantarum 101:398-404.

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker and JE Miller.  1996.  Response of soybean bulk leaf water relations to ultraviolet-B irradiation.  Journal of Plant Physiology 148:63-68. (PDF; 0.6 Mb)

 

Booker, FL and EL Fiscus.  1995.  Measurement and modeling of ultraviolet-B irradiance.  IN:  Climate Change and Rice (S Peng, KT Ingram, HU Neue and LH Ziska, eds.).  Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, pp 147-157. (PDF; 0.8 Mb)

 

Fiscus, EL and FL Booker.  1995.  Is increased UV-B a threat to crop photosynthesis and productivity?  Photosynthesis Research 43:81-92. (PDF; 1.1 Mb)

 

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, JE Miller and CD Reid.  1995.  Response of soybean leaf water relations to tropospheric ozone.  Canadian Journal of Botany 73:517-526. (PDF; 0.9 Mb)

 

Fiscus, EL, JE Miller and FL Booker.  1994.  Is UV-B a hazard to soybean photosynthesis and yield?  Results of an ozone-UV-B interaction study and model predictions.  IN: Stratospheric Ozone Depletion/UV-B Radiation in the Biosphere (RH Biggs and MEB Joyner, eds).  NATO ASI Series, Vol. 118, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 135-147. (PDF; 0.7 Mb)

 

Miller, JE, FL Booker, EL Fiscus, AS Heagle, WA Pursley, SF Vozzo and WW Heck.  1994.  Ultraviolet-B radiation and ozone effects on growth, yield and photosynthesis of soybean.  Journal of Environmental Quality 23:3-91. (PDF; 0.9 Mb)

 

Booker, FL, U Blum and EL Fiscus.  1992.  Short-term effects of ferulic acid on ion uptake and water relations in cucumber seedlings.  Journal of Experimental Botany 43:649-655. (PDF; 0.8 Mb)

 

Booker, FL, EL Fiscus, RB Philbeck, AS Heagle, JM Miller and WW Heck. 1992.  A supplemental ultraviolet-B radiation system for open-top field chambers.  Journal of Environmental Quality 21:56-61. (PDF; 0.8 Mb)

 

Booker, FL, JE Miller and EL Fiscus. 1992. Effects of ozone and UV-B radiation on pigments, biomass and peroxidase activity in soybean.  IN:  Tropospheric Ozone and the Environment II: Effects, Modeling and Control (RL Berglund, ed). Air and Waste Management Association Transactions, Pittsburgh, pp. 489-503.

 

Booker, FL, EL Fiscus and JE Miller.  1991.  Ozone-induced changes in soybean cell wall physiology.  IN:  Active Oxygen/Oxidative Stress and Plant Metabolism (E Pell and K Steffen, eds).  American Society of Plant Physiologists, Rockville, MD, pp. 229-232.

 

Fiscus, EL, ANMM Alam and T Hirasawa. 1991. Fractional integrated stomatal opening to control water stress in the field. Crop Science 31:1001-1008.

 

Fiscus, E. L. 1990.  Field use of recording viscous flow porometers.  In: Measurement Techniques in Plant Science (Y Hashimoto, PJ Kramer, H Nonami and BR Strain, eds.).  Academic Press, New York, pp 79-100.

 

Fiscus, EL and MR Kaufmann. 1990. The nature and movement of water in plants. In:  Irrigation of Agricultural Crops (BA Steward and DR Nielsen, eds). Agronomy Monograph no. 30. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, pp 191-241.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1987. Transport of water and solutes through root systems.  In: Models in Plant Physiology and Biochemistry (DW Newman and KG Wilson, eds.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 29-32.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1986. Diurnal changes in the volume and solute transport coefficients of Phaseolus roots.  Plant Physiology 80:752-759.

 

Tyree, MT, EL Fiscus, SD Wullschleger and MA Dixon. 1986. Detection of xylem cavitation in corn under field conditions.  Plant Physiology 82:597-599.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1986. Below ground costs: the hydraulic conductance.  In: On the Economy of Plant Form and Function (TJ Givnish, ed.). Cambridge University Press, pp. 275-298.

 

Kaufmann, MR and EL Fiscus. 1985. Water transport through plants - internal integration of edaphic and atmospheric effects.  Acta. Hort. 171:83-93.

 

Fiscus, EL, SD Wullschleger and HR Duke. 1984.  Integrated stomatal opening as an indicator of water stress in Zea.  Crop Science 24:245-249.

 

Fiscus, EL, SD Wullschleger and HR Duke. 1984. Stomatal sensors control the water supply to Zea mays.  In: Agricultural Electronics - 1983 and Beyond. American Society of Agriculture and Engineering, St. Joseph, 1:278-285.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1983. Water transport and balance within the plant: resistance to water flow in roots. In: Limitations to Efficient Water Use in Crop Production (HM Taylor, WR Jordan and TR Sinclair, eds.). ASA., CSSA., SSSA., Madison, Wisconsin, pp. 183-194.

 

Fiscus, EL, A Klute and MR Kaufmann. 1983. An interpretation of some whole plant water transport phenomena.  Plant Physiology 71:810.

 

Fiscus, EL, FR Stermitz and LG Amoros. 1982. Abscisic acid transport coefficients of Phaseolus root systems.  Plant Physiology 69:1353-1355.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1982. Effects of abscisic acid in the root: communication between root and shoot. In: Plant Growth Substances (PF Wareing, ed.). Academic Press, NY, pp 591-598.

 

Sands, R and EL Fiscus. 1982. Hydraulic properties of pine and bean roots with varying degrees of suberization, vascular differentiation, and mycorrhizal infection.  Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 9:559-569.

 

Davies, WJ, JL Rodriguez and EL Fiscus. 1982. Stomatal behavior and water movement through wheat plants treated with abscisic acid.  Plant, Cell, and Environment 5:485-493.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1981. Analysis of the components of area growth of bean root systems.  Crop Science 21:909-913.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1981. Effects of abscisic acid on the hydraulic conductance of and the total ion transport through Phaseolus root systems.  Plant Physiology 68:169-174.

 

Fiscus, EL and AH Markhart. 1979. Relationships between root system water transport properties and plant size in Phaseolus. Plant Physiology 64:770-773.

 

Markhart, AH, EL Fiscus, AW Naylor and PJ Kramer. 1979. Effect of temperature on water and ion transport in soybean and broccoli root systems.  Plant Physiology 64:83-87.

 

Markhart, AH, EL Fiscus, AW Naylor and PJ Kramer. 1979. Effect of abscisic acid on root hydraulic conductivity.  Plant Physiology 64:611-614.

 

Alberte, RS, EL Fiscus and JP Thornber. 1977. Water stress effects on the content and organization of chlorophyll in mesophyll and bundle sheath chloroplasts of maize.  Plant Physiology 59:351-353.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1977.  Determination of hydraulic and osmotic properties of soybean root systems.  Plant Physiology 59:1013-1020.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1977. Effects of coupled solute and water flow in plant roots with special reference to Brouwer's experiment.  Journal of Experimental Botany 28:71-77.

 

Alberte, RS, EL Fiscus and AW Naylor. 1975. The effects of water stress on the development of the photosynthetic apparatus in greening leaves. Plant Physiology 55:317-321.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1975. The interaction between osmotic- and pressure-induced water flow in plant roots.  Plant Physiology 55:917-922.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1975. A general model for osmotic- and pressure-induced flow in plant roots. Proceedings National Academy Sciences 2:3114-3118.

 

Fiscus, EL and PJ Kramer. 1975. Liquid phase resistance to water flow in plants.  What’s New In Plant Physiology 7:1-4.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1974. A digital diffusion porometer circuit.  Plant Physiology 53:47-51.

 

Fiscus, EL, LR Parsons and RS Alberte. 1973. Phyllotaxy and water relations in tobacco. Planta 112:285-292.

 

Klepper, EL, HM Taylor, MG Huck and EL Fiscus. 1973. Water relations and growth of cotton in drying soil.  Agronomy Journal 65:307-310.

 

Fiscus, EL. 1972. In situ measurement of root water potential.  Plant Physiology 50:191-193.

 

Fiscus, EL and MG Huck. 1972. Diurnal fluctuations in soil water potential. Plant and Soil 37:197-102.

 

Fiscus, EL and PJ Kramer. 1972. Some problems of modeling water flow through  plants.  In:  Modeling the Growth of Trees (CE Murphy, et al., eds.). Eastern Deciduous Forest Biome U.S.I.B.P.  EDFB-IBP  72-11.

 

Fiscus, EL and PJ Kramer. 1970.  Radial movement of oxygen in plant roots.  Plant Physiology 45:667-669.


Jim Holland
Coles, N, Zila, C, Holland, JB. 2011. Functional allelic variation at key photoperiod response QTL in maize. Crop Science. 51:1036-1049.

Jumbo, M, Weldekidan, T, Holland, JB, Hawk, J. 2011. Comparison of conventional, modified single seed descent, and doubled haploid breeding methods for maize inbred line development using GEM breeding crosses. Crop Science 51:1534-1543.

Kump, K, Bradbury, P,  Buckler, E, Belcher, A, Oropeza-Rosas, M,  Wisser, R, Zwonitzer, J, Kresovich, S, McMullen, M, Ware, D, Balint-Kurti, P, and Holland, J. 2011. Genome-wide association study of quantitative resistance to southern leaf blight in the maize nested association mapping population. Nature Genetics 43:163-168.

Negeri, A , Coles, N, Holland, J, Balint-Kurti, P. 2011. Mapping QTL controlling southern leaf blight resistance by joint analysis of three related recombinant inbred line populations. Crop Science 51:1571-1579.

Wisser, R, Kolkman, J, Patzoldt, M, Holland, J, Yu, J, Krakowsky, M, Nelson, R, and Balint-Kurti, P. 2011.Multivariate analysis of resistances to three diseases in maize suggests a pleiotropic genetic basis and implicates a glutathione S-transferase as a multiple disease resistance gene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108:7339-7344.

Wisser, R, Balint-Kurti, P, Holland, J. 2011. A novel genetic framework for studying response to artificial selection. Plant Genetic Resources.Published Online  DOI:10.1017/S1479262111000359.

Eller, MS, Payne, GA, Holland, JB. 2010. Selection for reduced Fusarium ear rot and Fumonisin content in advanced backcross maize lines and their topcross hybrids. Crop Science. 50:2249-2260.

Glover JD, Reganold JP, Bell LW, Borevitz J, Brummer EC, Buckler ES, Cox CM, Cox TS, Crews TE, Culman SW, DeHaan LR, Eriksson D, Gill BS, Holland J, Hu F, Hulke BS, Ibrahim AMH, Jackson W, Jones SS, Murray SC, Paterson AH, Ploschuk E, Sacks EJ, Snapp S, Tao D, Van Tassel DL, Wade LJ, Wyse DL, Xu Y. 2010. Increased food and ecosystem security via perennial grains. Science 328:1638-1639.  Supplemental Fig. 1.

Kump, K, Holland, J, Jung, M, Wolters, P, Balint-Kurti, P. 2010.  Joint analysis of near isogenic and recombinant inbred line populations yields precise positional estimates for QTL. Plant Genome 3:142–153.

Yan, W, Holland, JB. 2010. A heritability-adjusted GGE biplot for test environment evaluation. Euphytica 171:355-369.

Buckler, ES, JB Holland et al. 2009.  The genetic architecture of maize flowering time.  Science 325:714-718.


MD McMullen, . . . JB Holland and ES Buckler.  2009.  Genetic properties of the maize nested association mapping population. Science 325:737-740.

 

Eller, M, JB Holland and G Payne. 2008. Breeding for improved resistance to fumonisin contamination in maize. Toxin Reviews 27:371-389.

 

Eller, MS, LA Robertson-Hoyt, GA Payne and JB Holland. 2008. Grain yield and fusarium ear rot of maize hybrids developed from lines with varying levels of resistance. Maydica, 53:231-237.

 

Nelson, PT, ND Coles, JB Holland, DM Bubeck, S Smith MM Goodman. 2008. Molecular characterization of maize inbreds with expired US plant variety protection. Crop Science 48:1673-1685.

 

Ruiz Corral, JA, N Duran Puga, JJS González, J Ron Parra, D Gonzalez Eguiarte, JB Holland and GM García. 2008. Climatic adaptation and ecological descriptors of 42 Mexican maize races. Crop Science 48:1502-1512. 

 

Van Esbroeck, G. A., Corral, J. A. R., Gonzalez, J. J. S., & Holland, J. B. 2008. A Comparison of leaf appearance rates among teosinte, maize landraces and modern maize. Maydica, 53(2), 117-123. 
 

Wooten, DR, DP Livingston, JB Holland, DS Marshall and JP Murphy. 2008. Quantitative trait loci and epistasis for crown freezing tolerance in the 'Kanota' x 'Ogle' hexaploid oat mapping population.  Crop Science 48:149-157.

 

Yu, J, JB Holland, MD McMullen and ES Buckler. 2008. Genetic design and statistical power of nested association mapping in maize. Genetics 178:539-551.

 

Balint-Kurti, PJ, JC Zwonitzer, RJ Wisser, M Oropeza-Rosas, JB Holland and SJ Szalma. 2007. Precise mapping of quantitative trait loci for resistance to Southern leaf blight, Caused by Cochliobolus heterostrophusRace O, and flowering time using advanced intercross maize lines. Genetics 176:645-657.

 

Gonzalo, M, TJ Vyn, JB Holland and LM McIntyre. 2007. Mapping reciprocal effects and interactions with plant density stress in Zea maysL. Heredity 99:14-30.

 

Holland , JB. 2007. Genetic architecture of complex traits in plants. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 10:156-161.

 

Jines, MP, PJ Balint-Kurti , LA Robertson-Hoyt, T Molnar, JB Holland and MM Goodman. 2007. Mapping resistance to southern corn rust in a semi-tropical recombinant inbred line topcross population. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114:659-667.

                

Krakowsky , MD , M Lee and JB Holland. 2007. Genotypic correlation and multivariate QTL analyses for cell wall components and resistance to stalk tunneling by the European corn borer in maize. Crop Science 47:485-488.

 

Robertson-Hoyt , LA , J Betrán , GA Payne, DG White, T Isakeit, CM Maragos, TL Molnár and JB Holland. 2007. Relationships among resistances to Fusarium and Aspergillus ear rots and contamination by fumonisin and aflatoxin in maize. Phytopathology 97:311-317.

 

Robertson-Hoyt , LA , CE Kleinschmidt, DG White, GA Payne, CM Maragos and JB Holland.   2007.   Relationships of resistance to Fusarium ear rot and Fumonisin contamination with agronomic performance of maize.   Crop Science 47:1770-1778. 
 

Szalma, SJ, BM Hostert, JR LeDeaux, CW Stuber and JB Holland. 2007. QTL mapping with near-isogenic lines in maize. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114:1211-1228.

 

Balint-Kurti, PJ, MD Krakowsky, MP  Jines, LA Robertson, TL Molnár, MM Goodman and JB Holland.   2006. Identification of quantitative trait loci for resistance to Southern leaf blight and days to anthesis in a maize recombinant inbred line population. Phytopathology 96:1067-1071.

 

Balint-Kurti, PJ, M Blanco, M Millard, S Duvick , JB Holland, M Clements, R Holley, M Carson and MM Goodman. 2006. Registration of 20 GEM breeding families adapted for the southern US. Crop Science 46:996-998.

 

Carson, M.L., P.J. Balint-Kurti, M. Blanco, M. Millard, S. Duvick, R. Holley, J. Hudyncia, M.M. Goodman. 2006. Registration of nine high-yielding tropical by temperate maize germplasm lines adapted for the southern USA . Crop Science 46:1825-1826. 

 

Gonzalo, M, T Vyn, JB Holland and L McIntyre.  2006.  Mapping density response in maize: a direct approach for testing genotype and treatment interaction. Genetics 173:331-348.

 

Holland, JB, PK Bretting, DM Bubeck, AJ Cardinal, RN Holley and DV Uhr. 2006.  Major M. Goodman: A laudation.  Maydica 51:3-13.

Holland, JB. 2006. Theoretical and biological foundations of plant breeding. p. 127-140. In (KR Lamkey and M. Lee, eds.) Plant Breeding: The Arnel R. Hallauer Intational Symposium. Blackwell Publishing, Ames, IA.

Holland, JB. 2006. Estimating genotypic correlations and their standard errors using multivariate restricted maximum likelihood estimation with SAS Proc MIXED. Crop Science 46:642-654.

Long, V, JB Holland, GP Munkvold and J-L Jannink. 2006. Responses to selection for partial resistance to crown rust in oat. Crop Science 46:1260-1265. 

Robertson-Hoyt, LA, MP Jines, PJ Balint-Kurti, CE Kleinschmidt, DG White, GA Payne, CM Maragos, TL Molnar and JB Holland.   2006. QTL mapping for Fusarium ear rot and Fumonisin contamination resistance in two maize populations.   Crop Science 46:1734-1743.

 

Robertson, LA, CE Kleinschmidt, DG White, GA Payne, CM Maragos and JB Holland. 2006. Hertabilities and correlations of Fusarium ear rot resistance and Fumonisin contamination resistance in two maize populations. Crop Science 46:353-361.

 

Robertson et. al. 2006. Erratum. Crop Science 46:1420.

 

Tarter, JA and JB Holland. 2006.  Gains from selection during the development of semiexotic inbred lines from Latin American maize accessions.  Maydica 51:15-23.

 

Yu, J, G Pressoir, WH Briggs, IV Bi, M Yamasaki, JF Doebley, MD McMullen, BG Gaut, DM Nielsen, JB Holland, S Kresovich and ES Buckler. 2006. A unified mixed-model method for association mapping that accounts for multiple levels of relatedness. Nature 38:203-208.

 

Zhao, W, P Canaran, R Jurkuta, T Fulton, J Glaubitz, E Buckler, J Doebley, B Gaut, M Goodman, JB Holland, S Kresovich, M McMullen, L Stein and D Ware. 2006. Panzea: a database and resource for molecular and functional diversity in the maize genome. Nucleic Acids Research 34:Database issue doi:10.1093/nar/gkj011.

 

Holland, JB. 2004. Breeding: Incorporation of exotic germplasm. p. 222–224. In: R.M. Goodman (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science. Marcel Dekker, NY.

 

Holland, JB. 2004. Implementation of molecular markers for quantitative traits in breeding programs - challenges and opportunities.  In:Proceedings of the 4th International Crop Science Congress, Brisbane, Australia, 26 Sept. - 1 Oct.  13 pp.

 

Tarter, JA, MM Goodman and JB Holland. 2004. Recovery of exotic alleles in semiexotic maize inbreds derived from crosses between Latin American accessions and a temperate line. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:609-617. DOI 10.1007/s00122-004-1660-6.

 

Helland, SJ and JB Holland. 2003. Genome-wide genetic diversity among components does not cause cultivar blend response. Crop Science 43:1618-1627.

 

Holland, JB, WE Nyquist and CT Cervantes-Martinez. 2003.  Estimating and interpreting hertiability for plant breeding: an update.  Plant Breeding Reviews 22:9-111.

 

Holland, JB and MM Goodman. 2003. Combining ability of a tropical-derived maize population with isogenic Bt and conventional testers. Maydica 48:1-8.

 

Tarter, JA, MM Goodman and JB Holland. 2003. Testcross performance of semiexotic inbred lines derived from Latin American maize accessions. Crop Science 43:2272-2278.

 

Cervantes-Martinez, CT, KJ Frey, PJ White, DM Wesenberg and JB Holland. 2002. Correlated responses to selection for greater ß-glucan content in two oat populations. Crop Science 32:730-738.

 

Cox, TS, M Bender, C Picone, DL Van Tassel, JB Holland, EC Brummer, BE Zoeller, AH Paterson and W Jackson. 2002. Breeding perennial grain crops. Critical Reviews in Plant Science 21:59-91.

Holland, JB, Å Bjørnstad, KJ Frey, M Gullord and DM Wesenbert. 2002. Recurrent selection for broad adaptation affects stability of oat.  Euphytica 126:265-274.

Holland, JB, VA Portyanko, DA Hoffman and M Lee. 2002. Genomic regions controlling vernalization and photoperiod responses in oat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105:113-126.

Cervantes-Martinez, CT, KJ Frey, PJ White, DM Wesenberg and JB Holland. 2001. Selection for greater ß-glucan content in oat grain. Crop Science 41:1085-1091.

Helland, SJ and JB Holland. 2001. Blend response and stability and cultivar blending ability in oat. Crop Science 41:1689-1696.

Holland, JB, KJ Frey and EG Hammond.  2001.  Correlated response of fatty acid composition, grain quality and agronomic traits to nine cycles of recurrent selection for increased oil content in oat.  Euphytica 122:69-79.

Holland, JB, SJ Helland, N Sharopova and DC Rhyne. 2001. Polymorphism of PCR-based markers targeting exons, introns, promoters, and SSRs in maize and introns and repeat sequences in oat. Genome 44:1065-1076.

Holland, JB and GP Munkvold. 2001. Genetic relationships of crown rust resistance, grain yield, test weight, and seed weight in oat in oat. Crop Science 41:1041-1050.

Holland, JB. 2001. Epistasis and plant breeding. Plant Breeding Reviews 21:27-92.(See also correction in Plant Breeding Reviews 22:112).

 

Holland, JB. 2001. Enhancing disease resistance of crops through breeding and genetics. In: (RF Wilson, CT Hou and DF Hildebrand, eds.) Dealing with Genetically Modified Crops. American Oil Chemistry Society Press.Champaign, IL., pp. 60-83.

 

Kremer, CA, M Lee and JB Holland. 2001. A restriction fragment length polymorphism based linkage map of a diploid Avenarecombinant inbred line population. Genome 44:192-204.

 

Portyanko, VA, DL Hoffman, M Lee and JB Holland. 2001. A linkage map of hexaploid oat based on grass anchor clones and its relationship to other oat maps. Genome 44:249-265.

 

Holland, JB, Å Bjørnstad, KJ Frey, M Gullord, DM Wesenberg and T Buraas. 2000. Recurrent selection in oat for adaptation to diverse environments. Euphytica 113:195-205.

 

Frey, KJ and JB Holland. 1999. Nine cycles of recurrent selection for increased groat oil content in oat. Crop Science 39:1636-1641.

 

Holland, JB and EC Brummer. 1999. Cultivar effects on oat/berseem intercrops. Agronomy Journal 91:321-329.

 

Hoi, SH, JB Holland and EG Hammond. 1999. Heritability of lipase activity of oat caryopses.  Crop Science 39:1055-1059.

 

Palmer, RG, JB Holland and KS Lewers. 1998. Recombination values for the MS6-W1 chromosome region in different genetic backgrounds in soybean. Crop Science 38:293-296.

 

Holland, JB. 1998. EPISTACY:A SAS program to detect two-locus epistatic interactions using genetic marker information. Journal of Heredity 89:374-375.

 

Holland, JB, DV Uhr, D Jeffers and MM Goodman. 1998. Inheritance of resistance to southern corn rust in tropical-by-corn-belt maize populations. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96:232-241.

 

Holland, JB, HS Moser, LS O'Donoughue and M Lee. 1997. QTLs and epistasis associated with vernalization responses in oat. Crop Science 37:1306-1316.

 

Holland, JB. 1997. Oat improvement. P. 57-98. In(M.S. Kang, ed.) Crop Improvement for the 21 stCentury. Research Signpost, Trivandrum, India.

 

Holthaus, JF, JB Holland, PJ White and KJ Frey. 1996. Inheritance of beta-glucan content in oat grain. Crop Science 36:567-572.

 

Holland, JB, MM Goodman and F Castillo-Gonzalez. 1996. Identification of agronomically superior Latin American maize accessions via multi-stage evaluations. Crop Science 36:778-784.

 

Holland, JB and MM Goodman. 1995. Combining ability of tropical maize accessions with U.S. germplasm. Crop Science 35:767-773 .

 

Holland, JB and ET Bingham. 1995. Genetic improvement for yield and fertility of alfalfa cultivars representing different eras of breeding. Crop Science 34:953-957.


Matt Krakowsky

Belcher, A, Zwonitzer, J, Santa Cruz, J, Krakowsky, M, Chung, C-L, Nelson, R, Arellano, C, Balint-Kurti, P. 2011. Analysis of quantitative disease resistance to Southern leaf blight and of multiple disease resistance in maize using near-isogenic lines.Theoretical and Applied Genetics: in press.

 

Wisser, R, Kolkman, J, Patzoldt, M, Holland, J, Yu, J, Krakowsky, M, Nelson, R, and Balint-Kurti, P. 2011.Multivariate analysis of resistances to three diseases in maize suggests a pleiotropic genetic basis and implicates a glutathione S-transferase as a multiple disease resistance gene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108:7339-7344.


Scully, BT, Krakowsky, MD, Ni, X, Wilson, JP, Lee, RD, Guo, BZ. 2009. Preharvest aflatoxin contamination of corn and other grain grops grown on the U.S. Southeastern Coastal Plain. Toxins Reviews 28:169-179.

 

Warburton, ML, Brooks, TD, Krakowsky, MD, Shan, X, Windham, GL, Williams, WP. 2009. Identification and mapping of new sources of resistance to aflatoxin accumulation in maize. Crop Science 49:1403-1408. 

 

Ni, X, Krakowsky, MD, Buntin, G, Rector, BG, Guo, B, Snook, ME. 2008. Identification of multiple ear-colonizing insect and disease resistance in CIMMYT maize inbred lines with varying levels of silk maysin. Journal of Economic Entomology 101:1455-1465.

 

Williams, W.P., Krakowsky, M.D., Windham, G.L., Balint-Kurti, P.J., Hawkins, L.K., Henry, W.B. 2008. Identifying maize germplasm with resistance to aflatoxin accumulation. Toxin Reviews. 27:319-345.

 

Krakowsky, MD, Lee, M, Holland, JB. 2007. Genotypic correlation and multivariate QTL analyses for cell wall components and resistance to stalk tunneling by the european corn borer in maize. Crop Science 47:485-488.

 

Ni, X, Xu, W, Krakowsky, MD, Buntin, GD, Brown, SL, Lee, RD, Coy, AE. 2007. Field screening of experimental corn hybrids and inbred lines for multiple ear-feeding insect resistance. Journal of Economic Entomology 100:1704-1713.

 

Timper, P, Krakowsky, MD, Snook, ME. 2007. Resistance in maize to Paratrichodorus minor. Nematropica. 37:9-20.

 

Balint Kurti, PJ, Krakowsky, MD, Robertson, L, Jines, M, Molnar, T, Goodman, M, Holland, JB. 2006. Identification of quantitative trait loci for resistance to southern leaf blight and days to anthesis in a maize recombinant inbred line population. Phytopathology. 96:1067-1071.

 

Krakowsky, MD, Lee, M, Garay, L, Woodman-Clikeman, W, Long, MJ, Sharopova, N, Frame, B, Wang, K. 2006. Quantitative trait loci for callus initiation in maize (Zea mays L.). Journal of Theoretical and Applied Genetics 113:821-830.

 

Krakowsky, MD, Lee, M, Coors, JG. 2006. Quantitative trait loci for cell wall components in recombinant inbred lines of maize (Zea mays L.) II: leaf sheath tissue. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 112:717-726.

 

Taba, S, Diaz, J, Aragon, F, Rincon-Sanchez, F, Hernandez, J, Krakowsky, MD. 2006. Evaluation of Zapalote chico accessions for conservation and enhancement. Maydica 51:209-218.

 

Krakowsky, MD, Lee, M, Coors, JG. 2005. Quantitative trait loci for cell wall components in recombinant inbred lines of maize (Zea mays L.) I: stalk tissue. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 111:337-346.

 

Krakowsky MD, MJ Brinkman, WL Woodman-Clikeman and M Lee 2002.  Genetic components of resistance to stalk tunneling by the European corn borer in maize.  Crop Science 42:1309-1315.


David Livingston

Livingston, D.P., III, T.D. Tuong, S.R.V.Gadi, C.H. Haigler, R.S.Gelman, J.M. Cullen. 2010.  3D volumes constructed from pixel-based images by digitally clearing plant and animal tissue. Journal of Microscopy. On-line Early.

 

Livingston, D.P., III, T.D. Tuong, C.H. Haigler, U. Avci, S.P. Tallury.  2009.  Rapid microwave processing of winter cereals for histology allows identification of separate zones of freezing injury in the crown. Crop Science 49:1837–1842.


Livingston, DP, Tallury, SP. 2009.  Freezing in non-acclimated oats:  A comparison of thermal response and recovering crowns in gradual and rapidly frozen plants. Thermochimica Acta 481:20-27.

 

Livingston, DP, Hincha, DK, Heyer, AG. 2009. The relationship of fructan to abiotic stress tolerance in plants. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 66:2007-2023.

 

Wooten, DR, DP Livingston, JB Holland, DS Marshall and JP Murphy. 2008. Quantitative trait loci and epistasis for crown freezing tolerance in the 'Kanota' x 'Ogle' hexaploid oat mapping population.  Crop Science 48:149-157.

 

Hincha, DK, DP Livingston III, R Premakumar, E Zuther , N Obel , C Cacela, AG Heyer.   2007.   Fructans from oat and rye: Composition and effects on membrane stability during drying.   Biochimica et Biophysica Acta ( BBA ) 1768:1611-1619.

 

Livingston, DP III.   2007.   Quantifying liquid water in frozen plant tissues by isothermal calorimetry.   Thermochimica Acta 459:116-120.

 

Livingston, DP III,   EM. Herman, R Premakumar, SP Tallury.   2007.   Using Arabidopsis thalianaas a model to subzero acclimation in small grains.   Cryobiology 54:154-163.

 

Livingston, DP III, DK Hincha and AG Heyer. 2007.  The relationship of fructan to abiotic stress tolerance in plants.  In:Recent Advances in Fructooligosaccharides Research. S Norio, B Noureddine, O Shuichi, eds.  Research Signpost, Kerala, India.  pp. 181-199.

 

Wooten, DR, DP Livingston, EN Jellen, KJ Boren, DS Marshall and JP Murphy.   2007.

An intergenomic reciprocal translocation associated with oat winter hardiness component traits.   Crop Science 47:1832-1840.

 

Herman, EM, K Rotter, R Premakumai, G Elwinger, R Bae, L Ehler-King, S Chen, DP Livingston.   2006.   Additional freeze hardiness in wheat acquired by exposure to -3 ºC is associated with extensive physiological, morphological, and molecular changes.   Journal of Experimental Botany 57:3601-3618.  

 

Livingston DP, R Premakumar, SP Tallury.   2006.   Carbohydrate partitioning between upper and lower regions of the crown in oat and rye during cold acclimation and freezing.   Cryobiology 52:200-208.

 

Livingston DP, SP Tallury, SA Owens, JD Livingston, R Premakumar.   2006.   Freezing in non-acclimated oats: thermal response and histological observations of crowns during recovery.   Canadian Journal of Botany 84:199-210.

 

Santos AG, DP Livingston, EN Jellon, DR Wooten and JP Murphy.   2006.   A cytological marker associated with winter hardiness in oat.   Crop Science 46:203-208.


Livingston, DP, R Premakumar and SP Tallury. 2005. Carbohydrate concentrations on sub-fractions of winter oat crowns during second phase hardening. Annals of Botany 96:331-335.

Livingston, DP, SP Tallury, R Premakumar, S Owens and CR Olien. 2005. Changes in the histology of cold hardened oat crowns during recovery from freezing. Crop Science 45:1545-1558.

Livingston, DP, G Elwinger and J Murphy. 2004. Moving beyond the winter hardiness plateau in U.S. oat germplasm. Crop Science 44:1966-1969.

Livingston, DP and R Premakumar. 2002. Apoplastic carbohydrates do not account for differences in freezing tolerance of two winter oat cultivars that have been second phase cold hardened. Cereal Research Communications 30:375-381.

 

Livingston, DP, CR Olien and R Premakumar. 2000. Thermal effect of CO 2on apoplastic ice in rye and oat during freezing. Plant Physiology 122:861-865.

 

Henson , CA and DP Livingston. 1998. Characterization of a fructan exohydrolase purified from barley stems that hydrolyzes multiple fructofuranosidic linkages.   Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 36:715-720.

 

Livingston, DP, FE Gildow and S-Y Liu. 1998. Barley yellow dwarf virus: effects on carbohydrate metabolism in oat ( Avena sativa) during cold hardening.   New Phytologist 140:699-707.

 

Livingston, DP and CA Henson. 1998. Apoplastic sugars, fructans, fructan exohydrolase and invertase in winter oat: Responses to second-phase cold hardening.   Plant Physiology 116:403-408.

 

Henson , CA and DP Livingston. 1996. Purification and characterization of and oat fructan exohydrolase that preferentially hydrolyzes b-2,6-fructans. Plant Physiology 110:639-644.

 

Livingston, DP.   1996. The second phase of cold hardening: freezing tolerance and fructan isomer changes in winter cereal crowns. Crop Science 36:1568-1573.

 

Livingston, DP and GF Elwinger. 1995. Improvement of winter hardiness in oat from 1935 to 1992. Crop Science 35:749-755.

 

Livingston, DP, DP Knievel and FE Gildow. 1994. I. Oligomer accumulation in stems during cold hardening and their in vitrosynthesis in a crude enzyme extract.   New Phytologist 127:27-36.

 

Slaughter, LH and DP Livingston. 1994.   Separation of fructan isomers by high performance anion exchange chromatography. Carbohydrate Research 253:287-291.

 

Livingston, DP, NJ Chatterton and PA Harrison. 1993.   Structure and quantity of fructan oligomers in oat ( Avenaspp.). New Phytologist 123:725-734.

 

Livingston, DP, HG Marshall FL and Kolb. 1992. Registration of Pennline 40 winter oat germplasm. Crop Science 32:1512.

 

Livingston, DP, GF Elwinger and JC Weaver .1992. Fructan and sugars in 273 oat ( Avenaspp.) accessions. Crop Science 33:525-529

 

Livingston, DP and FE Gildow. 1991. Barley yellow dwarf virus effects on fructan and sugar concentrations in winter oat crowns. Crop Science 31:1081-1082.

 

Livingston, DP. 1991. Non-structural carbohydrate accumulation in winter oat crowns before and during cold hardening. Crop Science 31:751-755.

 

Livingston, DP. 1990. A device for grinding cereal crowns. Crop Science 30:737-739.  

 

Livingston, DP. 1990. Fructan precipitation from a water/ethanol extract of oats and barley. Plant Physiology 92:767-769.

 

Livingston, DP and EK Albert. 1990. Zero dead volume flow diversion system for fraction collectors. Journal of Chromatographic Science 28:497-500.


David Marshall

Griffey, C, Brooks, W, Vaughn, M, Thomason, W, Paling, J, Pitman, R, Dunaway, D, Corbin, R, Kenner, J, Hokanson, E, Behl, H, Beahm, B, Liu, S, Gundrum, P, Brann, D, Whitt, D, Custis, J, Starner, D, Gulick, S, Ashburn, S, Jones, N, Marshall, DS, Fountain, MO, Tuong, TD, Premakumar, R, Livingston, DP, Hicks, KB, Kurantz, MJ, Taylor, F, Moreau, RA 2011. Registration of 'Dan' Winter Hulless Barley. Crop Science. doi: 10.3198/jpr2010.03.0131crc.

Olson, EL, GL Brown-Guedira, DS Marshall, Y Jin, M Mergoum, I Lowe and J Dubcovsky. 2010. Genotyping of U.S. wheat germplasm for presence of stem rust resistance genes Sr24, Sr36 and Sr1RS Amigo Crop Science 50:668-675.

Cowger, C, Parks, R and Marshall, D.  2009. Appearance of powdery mildew of wheat caused by Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici on Pm17-bearing cultivars in North Carolina.  Plant Disease 93:1219.

Marshall, DS. 2009. Diseases which challenge global wheat production - powdery mildew, leaf, and head blights. Wheat: Science and Trade 7:155-170.

 

Maxwell, JJ, JH Lyerly, C Cowger, DS Marshall, G Brown-Guedira and JP Murphy. 2009. MlAG12: a Triticum timopheevii-derived powdery mildew resistance gene in common wheat on chromosome 7AL.  Theoretical and Applied Genetics 119:1489–1495.

 

Fellner, V, JC Burns and DS Marshall. 2008. Effects on fermentation by mixed cultures of ruminal microorganisms fed corn, hulless or hulled barley. Journal of Animal Science 91:1936-1941.

Parks, W, I Carbone, J Murphy, DS Marshall and C Cowger. 2008. Virulence structure of the eastern U.S. wheat powdery mildew population. Plant Disease 92:1074-1082.

 

Perugini, L, J Murphy, DS Marshall, GL Brown-Guedira. 2008. Pm37, a new broadly effective powdery mildew resistance gene from Triticum timopheevii. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 116:417-425.

 

Wooten, DR, DP Livingston, HJ Lyerly, JB Holland, EN Jellen, DS Marshall and J Murphy. 2008. Quantitative trait loci and epistasis for oat winter hardiness component traits. Crop Science. 48:149-157.

 

ERRATA:
Murphy, JP, RA Navarro, D Marshall, C Cowger, TS Cox, JA Kolmer, S Leath and CS Gaines. 2008. Registration of NC06BGTAG12 and NC06BGTAG13 powdery mildew–resistant wheat germplasm. Journal of Plant Registrations 2:69.

Wooten, DR, DP Livingston, JB Holland, DS Marshall and JP Murphy. 2008. Quantitative trait loci and epistasis for crown freezing tolerance in the 'Kanota' x 'Ogle' hexaploid oat mapping population.  Crop Science 48:149-157.

Murphy, JP, RA Navarro, D Marshall, C Cowger, TS Cox, JA Kolmer, S Leath and CS Gaines. 2007. Registration of NC06BGTAG12 and NC06BGTAG13 powdery mildew–resistant wheat germplasm. Journal of Plant Registrations 1:75-77.

Miranda, LM, JP Murphy, D Marshall, C Cowger and S Leath. 2007. Chromosomal location of Pm35, a novel Aegilops tauschii derived powdery mildew resistance gene introgressed into common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).  Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114:1451-1456.

Miranda, LM, L Peruginia, G Srnic, GL Brown Guedira, DS Marshall, S Leath, and JP Murphy. 2007. Genetic mapping of a Triticum monococcum-derived powdery mildew resistance gene in common wheat. Crop Science 47:2323-2329.

 

Murphy, JP, RA Navarro, D Marshall, C Cowger, TS Cox, JA Kolmer, S Leath and CS Gaines. 2007. Registration of NC06BGTAG12 and NC06BGTAG13 powdery mildew resistant wheat germplasm.   Journal of Plant Registrations 1:75-77.  

 

Tucker, DM, CA Griffey, S Liu , G Brown-Guedira, DS Marshall, and MA Saghai-Maroof.   2007.   Confirmation of three quantitative trait loci conferring adult plant resistance to powdery mildew in two winter wheat populations.   Euphytica 155: 1-13.

 

Wooten, DR, DP Livingston, EN Jellen, KJ Boren, DS Marshall and JP Murphy.   2007.

An intergenomic reciprocal translocation associated with oat winter hardiness component traits.   Crop Science 47:1832-1840.

 

Miranda, LM., JP Murphy, D Marshall, and S Leath .   2006.   Pm34: A new powdery mildew resistance gene transferred from Aegilops tauschii Coss. to common wheat ( Triticum aestivumL.).   Theoretical & Applied Genetics 113:1497-1504.

 

McCullough, DG, TT Work, JF Cavey, AM Liebhold and DS Marshall. 2006. Interceptions of nonindigenous plant pests at US ports of entry and border crossings over a 17-year period. Biological Invasions: Online first.   DOI 10.1007/s10530-005-1798-4.

 

Srnic, G, JP Murphy, JH Lyerly, S Leath and DS Marshall. 2005. Inheritance and Chromosomal assignment of powdery mildew resistance genes in two winter wheat germplasm lines.   Crop Science 45:1578-1586.

 

Franks, CR, AK Fritz and DS Marshall. 2004. Alleles for leaf rust resistance at the Lr21 locus in wheat. Cereal Research Communications 32:255-259.

 

Lazar, MD, WD Worrall, GL Peterson, AK Fritz, DS Marshall, LR Nelson and LW Rooney.   2004. Registration of ‘ TAM 111’ wheat.   Crop Science 44:355-356.

 

Singh, S, CD Franks, L Huang, GL Brown-Guedira, DS Marshall, BS Gill and A Fritz. 2004. Lr41, Lr39 and a leaf rust resistance gene Aegilops cylindrica may be allelic and are located on wheat chromosome 2DS . Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108:586-591.

 

Marshall, DS, TT Work and JF Cavey. 2003. Invasion pathways of Karnal bunt of wheat into the United States . Plant Disease 87:999-1003.

 

Marshall, DS, RL Sutton, MD Lazar, LR Nelson, ME McDaniel and BF Carver. 2003. Registration of ‘TAMBAR 501’ barley.   Crop Science 43:433-a-434-a.

 

Chen, XM, M Moore, EA Milus, DL Long, RF Line, DS Marshall and L Jackson. 2002. Wheat stripe rust epidemics and races of Puccinia striiformisf. sp. triticiin the United States in 2000.   Plant Disease 86:39-46.

 

Marshall, DS, B Tunali and LR Nelson. 1999. Occurrence of fungal endophytes in species of wild Triticum. Crop Science 39:1507-1512.


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