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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

1 - Ozone Biomonitoring Project
2 - Background of snap bean development
3 - Yield-environment modeling project
4 - Education
5 - Snap bean publications
Snap bean publications

Booker FL, Muntifering R, McGrath MT, Burkey KO, Decoteau DR, Fiscus EL, Manning W, Krupa SV, Chappelka A, Grantz DA. 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.

Albertine, JM and Manning, WJ. 2009. Elevated night soil temperatures result in earlier incidence and increased extent of foliar ozone injury to common bean Phaseolus vulgaris. Environmental Pollution 157:711-713.

Flowers, MD, Fiscus, EL, Burkey, KO, Booker, FL, Dubois, JJB. 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.

Grulke NE, Paoletti, E , Heath RL. 2007. Comparison of calculated and measured foliar ozone flux in crop and forest species. Environmental Pollution 146:640-647.

Elagoz, V, Han, SS, Manning, WJ. 2006. Acquired changes in stomatal characteristics in response to ozone during plant growth and leaf development of bush beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) indicate phenotypic plasticity. Environmental Pollution 140:395-405.

Elagoz, V, Manning, WJ. 2005. Responses of sensitive and tolerant bush beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) to ozone in open-top chambers are influenced by phenotypic differences, morphological characteristics, and the chamber environment. Environmental Pollution 136:371-383.

Elagoz, V, Manning, WJ. 2005. Factors affecting the effects of EDU on growth and yield of field-grown bush beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), with varying degrees of sensitivity to ozone. Environmental Pollution 136:385-395.

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

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

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

Reinert, RA and Eason, G. 2000. Genetic control of ozone sensitivity in a cross between two cultivars of snap bean. Journal of the American Society of Horticultural Science 125:222-227.

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