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Zasada, I.A., Weiland, J.E., Reed, R.L., and Stevens, J.F. 2012. Activity of meadowfoam (Limnanthes alba) seed meal glucolimnanthin degradation products against soilborne pathogens. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 60:339-345. 



Zasada, I.A., Masler, E.P., S.T. Rogers, and Halbrendt, J.M. 2009. Behavioural response of Meloidogyne incognita to benzyl isothiocyanate. Nematology. 11:603-610.



Zasada, I.A., S.T. Rogers, and S. Sardanelli.  2007.  Application of alkaline-stabilised biosolids for Meloidogyne incognitasuppression in microplots.  Nematology. 9:123-129.




Zasada, I.A., C.P. Rice, and S.L.F. Meyer.  2007.  Improving the use of rye (Secale cereale) for nematode management: potential to select cultivars based on Meloidogyne incognitahost status and benzoxazinoid content.  Nematology. 9:53-60.




Klassen, W., M. Codallo, I.A. Zasada, and A.A. Abdul-Baki.  2006.  Characterization of velvetbean (Mucuna pruriens) lines for cover crop used.  ProceedingsFloridaStateHorticulture Society. 119:258-262.




Zasada, I.A., W. Klassen, S.L.F. Meyer, M. Codallo, and A.A. Abdul-Baki.  2006.  Velvetbean (Mucuna pruriens) extracts: impact on Meloidogyne incognitasurvival and on Lycopersicon esculentumand Lactuca sativagermination and growth.  PestManagement Science. 62:1122-1127.




Meyer, S.L., Zasada, I.A., Roberts, D.P., Vinyard, B.T., Lakshman, D.K., Lee, J., Chitwood, D.J., Carta, L.K. 2006. Plantago lanceolataand Plantago rugelii extracts are toxic to Meloidogyne incognitabut not to certain microbes. Journal of Nematology. 38(3): 333-338.




Meyer, S.L.F., I.A. Zasada, M. Tenuta, and D.P. Roberts. 2005. Effects of a biosolid amendment, calcium hydroxide, and Streptomycessp. on root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) populations on cantaloupe (Cucumis melo). HortTechnology. 15:635-641.




Zasada, I.A., S.F.L. Meyer, J.M. Halbrendt, and C.Rice. 2005. Activity of hydroxamic acids from Secale cerealeagainst plant-parasitic nematodes Meloidogyne incognitaand Xiphinema americanum. Phytopathology. 95:1116-1121.




Roberts, D. P., A.A. Abdul-Baki, I.A. Zasada, S.L.F. Meyer, and W. Klassen. 2005. Biologically based technologies for the suppression of soilborne pathogens of vegetables. In: Pandalai, S.G. editor.  Recent Research Developments in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. Volume 2. Kerala, India: Research Signpost. p. 51-67.




Zasada, I.A. 2005. Factors influencing Heterodera glycinessuppression by N-Viro Soil. Journal of Nematology. 37:220-225.




Zasada, I.A., and M. Tenuta. 2004. Chemical-mediated toxicity of N-Viro Soil against Heterodera glycinesand Meloidogyne incognita. Journal of Nematology. 36:297-302.



Zasada, I.A., C.L. Elmore, J.D. MacDonald, H. Ferris, J. A. Roncoroni, L.R. Bolkan, and L.A. Yakabe. 2003. Field application of brassicaceous amendments for control of soilborne pest and pathogens. Plant Health Progress. doi:10.1094/PHP-2003-1120-01-RS.




Ferris, H., K.M. Jetter, I.A. Zasada, J.J. Chitambar, R.C. Venette, K.M. Klonsky, and J.O. Becker. 2003. Risk assessment of plant-parasitic nematodes.  In: Sumner, D.  editor. Exotic Pests and Diseases: Biology and Economics for Biosecurity. Ames, Iowa: IowaStatePress. p. 99-119.




Zasada, I.A., and H. Ferris. 2003. Sensitivity of Meloidogyne javanicaand Tylenchulus semipenetransto isothiocyanates in laboratory assays. Phytopathology. 93:747-750.



Zasada, I.A., H. Ferris, and L. Zheng. 2001. Plant source of Chinese herbal remedies: laboratory efficacy, suppression of Meloidogyne javanicain soil and phytotoxicity assays. Journal of Nematology. 34:124-129.




Zasada, I.A., and M. Gatt. 2000. First report of Globodera pallidaon the MalteseIslands. Nematologica Mediterranean. 28:101-102.




Zasada, I.A., H.M. Linker, and H.D. Coble. 1997. Effect of initial weed populations on weed management with a rye (Secale cereale) cover crop. Weed Technology 11:473-477.




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