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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

 Publications - 2009

    • Bauer, P.J., J.A. Foulk, G.R. Gamble, and E.J. Sadler. 2009. A Comparison of Two Cotton Cultivars Differing in Maturity for Within-Canopy Fiber Property Variation. Crop Sci. 49:651–657.
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    • Bauer, P.J., D.M. Park, and B.T. Campbell. 2009. Cotton production in rotation with summer legumes. Journal of Cotton Science 13:183-188.
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    • Burns, J. C., K.C. Stone, P.G. Hunt, M. B. Vanotti, K.B. Cantrell, and D.S. Fisher. 2009. Intake and Digestibility of ‘Coastal’ Bermudagrass Hay from Treated Swine Waste Using Subsurface Drip Irrigation. J. Environ. Qual. 38:1749–1756.
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    • Busscher, W.J. 2009. Book Review - Field Estimation of Soil Water Content. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 64:116A.
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    • Busscher, W.J., D.L. Bjorneberg, and R.E. Sojka. 2009. Field application of PAM as an amendment in deep-tilled US southeastern coastal plain soils. Soil Till. Res. 104(2):215-220 DOI information: 10.1016/j.still.2009.02.009
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    • Busscher, W.J., J.M. Novak, and M. Ahmedna. 2009. Biochar Addition to a Southeastern USACoastal Sand to Decrease Soil Strength and Improve Soil Quality. ISTRO 18th Triennial Conference Proceedings CD-ROM, June 15-19, 2009 Izmir-TURKEY
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    • Campbell, B.T., O.L. May, D.S. Howle, and D.C. Jones. 2009. Registration of PD 99035 Germplasm Line of Cotton. Journal of Plant Registrations, Vol.3, No. 1.
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    • Campbell, B.T., V.E. Williams, and W. Park. 2009. Using molecular markers and field performance data to characterize the Pee Dee cotton germplasm resources. Euphytica. 169:285-301.
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    • Cantrell, K.B., K.C. Stone, P.G. Hunt, K.S. Ro, M.B. Vanotti, J.C. Burns. 2009. Bioenergy from Coastal Bermudagrass Receiving Subsurface Drip Irrigation with Advance-treated Swine Wastewater. K.B. Cantrell et al. / Bioresource Technology 100, 3285–3292.
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    • Cantrell, K.B. and T.H. Walker 2009. Influence of temperature on growth and peak oil biosynthesis in a carbon-limited medium by Pythium irregulare'. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 86(8):791-797.
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    • Cole, C.B. D.T. Bowman, F.M. Bourland, W.D. Caldwell, B.T. Campbell, D.E. Fraser, and D.B. Weaver. 2009. Impact of Heterozygosity and Heterogeneity on Cotton Lint Yield Stability.  Crop Sci. 49:1577–1585.
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    • Ducey, T.F., L. Jackson, J. Orvis, and D.W. Dyer. 2009. Transcript Analysis of nrrF, a Fur Repressed sRNA of Neisseria Gonorrhoeae.  T.F. Ducey et al. / Microbial Pathogenesis 46, 166–170.
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    • Garcia, M.C., Szogi, A.A., Vanotti, M.B., Chastain, J.P., Millner, P.D. 2009. Enhanced solid-liquid separation of dairy manure with natural flocculants. Bioresource Technology 100:5417-5423.
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    • Hunt, P.G., K.C. Stone, T.A. Matheny, M.E. Poach, M.B. Vanotti, and T.F. Ducey. 2009. Denitrification of nitrified and non-nitrified swine lagoon wastewater in the suspended sludge layer of treatment wetlands. Ecological Engineering. 35(10):1514-1522.
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    • Liang, Y., H.T. Gollany, R.W. Rickman, S.L. Albrecht, R.F. Follett, W.W. Wilhelm, J.M. Novak, C.L. Douglas Jr. 2009. Simulating Soil Organic Matter with CQESTR (v.2.0): Model description and Validation against long-term experiments across North America. Ecological Modelling 220, 568-581.  
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    • Novak, J.M., W.J. Busscher, D.L. Laird, M. Ahmedna, D.W. Watts, and M. Niandou. 2009. Impact of biochar amendment on fertility of a southeastern Coastal Plain soil. Soil Science 174(2):105-112.
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    • Novak, J.M., J.R. Frederick, P.J. Bauer, and D.W. Watts. 2009. Rebuilding Organic Carbon Contents in Coastal Plain Soils Using Conservation Tillage Systems. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73:622-629.
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    • Park, W., J. Zhai, and J. Lee. 2009. Highly efficient gene silencing using perfect complementary artificial miRNA targeting AP1 or heteromeric artificial miRNA targeting AP1 and CAL genes. Plant Cell Report. 28:469-480.
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    • Raczkowski, C.W., M.R. Reyes, G.B. Reddy, W.J. Busscher, and P.B. Bauer. 2009. Comparison of conventional and no-tillage corn and soybean production on runoff and erosion in the southeastern US Piedmont. J Soil Water Conserv. 64:53-60.
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    • Ro, K.S., K.B. Cantrell, P.G. Hunt, T.F. Ducey, M.B. Vanotti, and A.A. Szogi. 2009. Thermochemical conversion of livestock wastes: Carbonization of swine solids. Bioresource Technology 100:5466-5471.
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    • Ro, K.S., M.H. Johnson, R.M. Varma, R.A. Hashmonay, and P.G. Hunt. 2009. Measurement of greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural sites using open-path optical remote sensing method. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 44(10):1011-1018.
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    • Rothrock, M.J. Jr., K.L. Cook, and C.H. Bolster. 2009. Comparative quantification of Campylobacter jejuni from environmental samples using traditional and molecular biological techniques. Can. J. Microbiol. 55: 633-641 doi:10.1139/W09-006.
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    • Schomberg, H.H., S. Wietholter, T.S. Griffin, D.W. Reeves, M.L. Cabrera, D.S. Fisher, D.M. Endale, J.M. Novak, K.S. Balkcom, R.L. Raper, N.R. Kitchen, M.A. Locke, K.N. Potter, R.C. Schwartz, C.C. Truman, and D.D. Tyler. 2009. Assessing Indices for Predicting Potential Nitrogen Mineralization in Soils under Different Management Systems. Soil Sci Soc Am J. 73: 1575-1586.
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    • Szogi, A.A. and M.B. Vanotti. 2009. Prospects for phosphorus recovery from poultry litter. Bioresource Technology 100:5461-5465.
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    • Szogi, A.A. and M.B. Vanotti. 2009. Removal of Phosphorus from Livestock Effluents. J. Envrion. Qual. 28:576-586.
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    • Vanotti, M.B., A.A. Szogi, M.P. Bernal, and J. Martinez. 2009. Livestock waste treatment systems of the future: A challenge to environmental quality, food safety, and sustainability. OECD Workshop. Bioresource Technology 100:5371-5373.
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    • Vanotti, M.B., A.A. Szogi, P.D. Millner, and J.H. Loughrin. 2009. Developmement of second-generation Environmentally Superior Technology for treatment of swine manure in the USA. Bioresource Technology 100:5406-5416.
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    • Wallace, T.P., D. Bowman, B.T. Campbell, P. Chee, O.A. Gutierrez, R.J. Kohel, J. McCarty, G. Myers, R. Percy, F. Robinson, W. Smith, D.M. Stelly, J.M. Stewart, P. Thaxton, M. Ulloa, and D.B. Weaver, 2009. Status of the USA cotton germplasm collection and crop vulnerability. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 56:507-532.
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