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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Edward C Lulai
Sugarbeet and Potato Research
Chemistry

Phone: (701) 239-1352
Fax: (701) 239-1349

Room 137
USDA,ARS,NCSL
1307 18TH ST N
FARGO , ND 581022765

Projects
Improving Potato Nutritional and Market Quality by Identifiying and Manipulating Physiological and Molecular Processes Controlling Tuber Wound-Healing and Sprout Growth
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 428947

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Understanding pink eye -
Sabba, R., Lulai, E.C. 2016. Understanding pink eye. Spudman. 54(6):18-19.
Cold temperature delays wound healing in postharvest sugarbeet roots -
Fugate, K.K., Ribeiro, W.S., Lulai, E.C., Deckard, E.L., Finger, F.L. 2016. Cold temperature delays wound healing in postharvest sugarbeet roots. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7:499. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00499.
The Involvement of Gibberellins in 1,8-Cineole-Mediated Inhibition of Sprout Growth in Russet Burbank Tubers -
Suttle, J.C., Olson, L.L., Lulai, E.C. 2016. The Involvement of Gibberellins in 1,8-Cineole-Mediated Inhibition of Sprout Growth in Russet Burbank Tubers. American Journal of Potato Research. 93(1):72-79.
Wounding induces changes in cytokinin and auxin content in potato tuber, but does not induce formation of gibberellins -
Lulai, E.C., Suttle, J.C., Olson, L.L., Neubauer, J.D., Campbell, L.G., Campbell, M.A. 2016. Wounding induces changes in cytokinin and auxin content in potato tuber, but does not induce formation of gibberellins. Journal of Plant Physiology. 191:22-28.
Potato tuber wounding induces responses associated with various healing processes -
Effects of heat stress on the endogenous contents of hormones and related gene expression in developing axillary tubes of potato -
Wounding induces changes in tuber polyamine content, polyamine metabolic gene expression, and enzyme activity during closing layer formation and initiation of wound periderm formation -
Lulai, E.C., Neubauer, J., Olson, L.L., Suttle, J.C. 2015. Wounding induces changes in tuber polyamine content, polyamine metabolic gene expression, and enzyme activity during closing layer formation and initiation of wound periderm formation. Journal of Plant Physiology. 176:89-95.
Kinetics and localization of wound-induced DNA biosynthesis in potato tuber -
Lulai, E.C., Neubauer, J., Suttle, J.C. 2014. Kinetics and localization of wound-induced DNA biosynthesis in potato tuber. Journal of Plant Physiology. 171:1571-1575.
The coordinate induction of DNA synthesis after tuber wounding -
Lulai, E.C., Neubauer, J. 2015. The coordinate induction of DNA synthesis after tuber wounding [Abstract.] American Journal of Potato Research. 92:198.
The pink eye syndrome does not impair tuber fresh cut wound-related responses -
Lulai, E.C., Neubauer, J., Olson, L.L., Suttle, J.C. 2014. The pink eye syndrome does not impair tuber fresh cut wound-related responses. American Journal of Potato Research. 91(5):467-475.
Wound-induced suberization genes are differentially expressed, patially and temporally, during closing layer and wound periderm formation -
Lulai, E.C., Neubauer, J. 2014. Wound-induced suberization genes are differentially expressed, spatially and temporally, during closing layer and wound periderm formation. Postharvest Biology and Technology. 90:24-33.
Wound-induced suberization genes are differentially expressed during closing layer and wound periderm formation -
Lulai, E.C., Neubauer, J. 2014. Wound-induced suberization genes are differentially expressed during closing layer and wound periderm formation [abstract.] American Journal of Potato Research. 91(1):54.
Wounding of potato tubers induces increases in ABA biosynthesis and catabolism and alters expression of ABA metabolic genes -
Suttle, J.C., Lulai, E.C., Huckle, L.L., Neubauer, J. 2013. Wounding of potato tubers induces increases in ABA biosynthesis and catabolism and alters expression of ABA metabolic genes. Journal of Plant Physiology. 170:560-566.
Molecular and Cytological aspects of native periderm maturation in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) tubers -
Neubauer, J., Lulai, E.C., Thompson, A.L., Suttle, J.C., Bolton, M.D., Campbell, L.G. 2013. Molecular and Cytological aspects of native periderm maturation in potato tubers. Journal of Plant Physiology. 170:413-423.
Wounding induces expression of genes involved in tuber closing layer and wound-periderm development -
Neubauer, J., Lulai, E.C., Thompson, A.L., Suttle, J.C., Bolton, M.D. 2013. Wounding induces expression of genes involved in tuber closing layer and wound-periderm development. American Journal of Potato Research. 90:142.
Wounding coordinately induces cell wall protein, cell cycle and pectin methyl esterase genes involved in tuber closing layer and wound periderm development -
Neubauer, J., Lulai, E.C., Thompson, A.L., Suttle, J.C., Bolton, M.D. 2012. Wounding coordinately induces cell wall protein, cell cycle and pectin methyl esterase genes involved in tuber closing layer and wound periderm development. Journal of Plant Physiology. 169:584-595.
The effects of dormancy status on the endogenous contents and biological activities of jasmonic acid, n-(jasmonoyl)-isoleucine, and tuberonic acid in potato tubers -
Suttle, J.C., Huckle, L.L., Lulai, E.C. 2011. The effects of dormancy status on the endogenous contents and biological activities of jasmonic acid, n-(jasmonoyl)-isoleucine, and tuberonic acid in potato tubers. American Journal of Potato Research. 88:283-293.
Coordinate expression of AOS genes and JA accumulation: JA is not required for initiation of closing layer in wound healing tubers -
Lulai, E.C., Huckle, L.L., Neubauer, J., Suttle, J.C. 2011. Coordinate expression of AOS genes and JA accumulation: JA is not required for initiation of closing layer in wound healing tubers. Journal of Plant Physiology. 168:976-982.
Age-induced loss of wound-healing ability in potato tubers is partly regulated by ABA Reprint Icon -
Kumar, G.N.M., Lulai, E.C., Suttle, J.C., Knowles, N.R. 2010. Age-induced loss of wound-healing ability in potato tubers is partly regulated by ABA. Planta. 232:1433-1445.
Age-Induced Loss of Wound-Healing Ability in Potato Tubers is Regulated by ABA -
Kumar, G.M., Lulai, E.C., Suttle, J.C., Knowles, N.R. 2010. Age-induced loss of wound-healing ability in potato tubers is regulated by ABA [abstract.] Plant Biology 2010 Abstracts. P07089. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2010/public/P07/P07089.html.
Gene Expression Associated with Tuber Wound-Healing/Suberization -
Lulai, E.C., Neubauer, J. 2010. Gene expression associated with tuber wound-healing/suberization [abstract.] Potato Association of America. Abstract 115. p.120.
Age-Induced Loss of Wound-Healing Ability in Potato Tubers is Regulated by ABA -
Kumar, M., Lulai, E.C., Suttle, J.C., Knowles, R. 2010. Age-Induced Loss of Wound-Healing Ability in Potato Tubers is Regulated by ABA [abstract.] Showcase 2010 Washington State University Abstracts. Available: http://showcase.wsu.edu/abstracts.aspx#edit
Signals Involved in Tuber Wound-Healing Reprint Icon -
Lulai, E.C., Suttle, J.C. 2009. Signals Involved in Tuber Wound-Healing. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 4(7):620-622.
Relationship Between Pink Eye Symptoms and Cell Damage in the Tuber Periderm and Cortex Reprint Icon -
Sabba, R.P., Bussan, A.J., Lulai, E.C. 2008. Relationship Between Pink Eye Symptoms and Cell Damage in the Tuber Periderm and Cortex. American Journal of Potato Research. 85(6):466-476.
Gene expression associated with tuber periderm maturation -
Lulai, E.C., Neubauer, J., Thompson, A. 2009. Gene expression Associated with Tuber Periderm Maturation [abstract]. American Journal of Potato Reserach. 86(2):151-152.
Skin-set and wound-healing/suberization -
Lulai, E.C. 2008. Skin-Set and Wound-Healing/Suberization. Potato Research. 50:387-390. doi 10.1007/s11540-008-9067-4.
Regulatory involvement of ABA in potato tuber wound-healing Reprint Icon -
Lulai, E.C., Suttle, J.C., Pederson, S.M. 2008. Regulatory involvement of abscisic acid in potato tuber wound-healing. Journal of Experimental Botany. 59(6):1175-1186.
Cytological examination of pink eye afflicted tubers -
Sabba, R.P., Lulai, E.C., Bussan, A.J. 2008. Cytological examination of pink eye afflicted tubers. [Abstract.] American Journal Potato Research. 85:29.
Involvement of ABA in potato tuber wound-healing -
Lulai, E.C., Suttle, J.C. 2008. Involvement of ABA in potato tuber wound-healing. [Abstract.] American Journal Poato Research. 85:18-19.
The Physiology of Suberization: Roles in Resistance to Infection During Wound-Healing and in the Pink Eye Syndrome -
Lulai, E.C. 2006. The Physiology of Suberization: Roles in Resistance to Infection During Wound-Healing and in the Pink Eye Syndrome. Cambridge University Potato Growers Research Association Conference Summary. Program Paper 4.
SKIN-SET, WOUND-HEALING AND RELATED DEFECTS -
Lulai, E.C. 2007. Skin-set, Wound-Healing, and Related Defects. In: Vreugdenhil, D., Bradshaw, J., Gebhardt, C., Govers, F., MacKerron, D.K.L., Taylor, M.A., Ross, H.A. Potato Biology and Biotechnology: Advances and Perspectives. 1st Edition. Amsterdam. Elsevier. p. 471-500.
PINK EYE IS AN UNUSUAL PERIDERM DISORDER CHARACTERIZED BY ABERRANT SUBERIZATION: A CYTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS -
Lulai, E.C., Weiland, J.J., Suttle, J.C., Sabba, R.P., Bussan, A.J. 2006. Pink Eye is an Unusual Periderm Disorder Characterized by Aberrant Suberization: A Cytological Analysis. American Journal of Potato Research. 83(5)409-421.
EFFECTS OF WOUNDING ON TUBER ABA CONTENT AND EXPRESSION OF GENES INVOLVED IN ABA BIOSYNTHESIS AND METABOLISM. -
Suttle, J.C., Lulai, E.C., Destefano Beltran, L.J. 2006. Effects of wounding on tuber ABA content and expression of genes involved in ABA biosynthesis and metabolism [abstract.] Potato Association of America/Solanacae 2006 Program & Abstracts. Abstract No. 308. p.209.
PINK EYE: AN UNUSUAL PERIDERM DISORDER CHARACTERIZED BY COMPROMIZED PERIDERM, ABBERRANT SUBERIZATION AND RELATED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO INFECTION -
Lulai, E.C., Weiland, J.J., Suttle, J.C. 2006. Pink eye: An unusual periderm disorder characterized by compromized periderm, abberrant suberization and related susceptibility to infection [abstract.] Potato Association of America/Solanacae 2006 Program & Abstracts. Abstract No. 301. p.206.
THE INVOLVEMENT OF ETHYLENE IN WOUND-INDUCED SUBERIZATION OF POTATO TUBER. -
Lulai, E.C., Suttle, J.C. 2006. The Involvement of Ethylene in Wound-Induced Suberization of Potato Tuber. Minnesota Area II Potato Research and Promotion Council and Northern Plains Potato Growers Association 2006 Research Reports. p.133-144.
IMMUNOCYTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF POTATO TUBER PERIDERM AND CHANGES IN PECTIN AND EXTENSIN EPITOPES ASSOCIATED WITH PERIDERM MATURATION -
Sabba, R.P., Lulai, E.C. 2005. Immunocytological analysis of potato tuber periderm and changes in pectin and extensin epitopes associated with periderm maturation. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 130(6):936-942.
NON-WOUND INDUCED SUBERIZATION OF TUBER PARENCHYMA CELLS: A PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE TO THE WILT DISEASE PATHOGEN VERTICILLIUM DAHLIAE -
Lulai, E.C. 2005. Non-wound induced Suberization of Tuber Parenchyma Cells: A Physiological Response to the Wilt Disease Pathogen Verticillium Dahliae. American Journal of Potato Research. 82(6):433-440.
POTATO TUBER ABSISIC ACID: CONCENTRATION DYNAMICS AND INVOVLEMENT IN WOUND RESPONSE. -
Lulai, E.C., Suttle, J.C. 2005. Potato tuber absisic acid: concentration dynamics and invovlement in wound response. 16th Triennial Conference of the European Association for Potato Research. Poster 81. p.775-777.
BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CHANGES IN TUBER PERIDERM UPON SKIN-SET -
Sabba, R.P., Lulai, E.C. 2005. Biochemical and physical changes in tuber periderm upon skin-set. Valley Potato Grower Magazine. 70(158) 8, 22-23.
THE INVOLVEMENT OF ETHYLENE IN WOUND INDUCED SUBERIZATION OF POTATO TUBER (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.) -
Lulai, E.C., Suttle, J.C. 2004. The involvement of ethylene in wound-induced suberization of potato tuber (Solanum tuberosum l.): a critical assessment. Postharvest Biology and Technology. 34(1)105-112.
POTATO TUBER SUBERIZATION -
Lulai, E.C. 2004. Potato tuber suberization [abstract.] American Journal of Potato Research. 82(1):79.
BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CHANGES IN TUBER PERIDERM UPON SKIN-SET -
SABBA, R.P., LULAI, E.C. BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CHANGES IN TUBER PERIDERM UPON SKIN-SET. CD ROM 2004 Potato Research Proceedings, Northern Plains Potato Growers Association. 2004.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIA. -
Lulai, E.C. 2004. Proceedings from the Symposium: Recent Advances in the Physiology of Tuberization and Dormancy. American Journal of Potato Research. 81:251-252.
IMMUNOCYTOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF NATIVE AND WOUND PERIDERM MATURATION IN POTATO TUBER -
Sabba, R.P., Lulai, E.C. 2004. Immunocytological comparison of native and wound periderm maturation in potato tuber. American Journal Of Potato Research. 81:119-124.
SYMPOSIUM INTRODUCTION -
LULAI, E.C. SYMPOSIUM INTRODUCTION. THE 87TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE POTATO ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. 2003. p. 26 ABSTRACT NO. S1.
IMMUNOCYTOLOGICAL DETERMINATION OF RHAMNOGALACTURONAN AND EXTENSIN CELL WALL POLYMERS ASSOCIATED WITH SKIN-SET. -
Sabba, R.P., Lulai, E.C. 2003. Immunocytological determination of rhamnogalacturonan and extensin cell wall polymers associated with skin-set. [abstract]. American Journal of Potato Research. 81(1):85-86.
RESEARCHERS REPORT PROGRESS ON POATO TUBER WOUND-HEALING/SUBERIZATON, SKIN-SET. -
LULAI, E.C. RESEARCHERS REPORT PROGRESS ON POTATO TUBER WOUND-HEALING/SUBERIZATON, SKIN-SET. VALLEY POTATO GROWER MAGAZINE. 2003. V. 68(138) P. 34-35.
RECENT RESEARCH PROGRESS ON POTATO TUBER WOUND-HEALING/SUBERIAZTION AND SKIN-SET. -
LULAI, E.C. RECENT RESEARCH PROGRESS ON POTATO TUBER WOUND-HEALING/SUBERIAZTION AND SKIN-SET. PROCEEDINGS MINNESOTA AREA II POTATO RESEARCH AND PROMOTION COUNCIL AND THE NORTHERN PLAINS POTATO GROWERS ASSOCIATION REPORTING CONFERENCE. 2003. P. 306-309.
THE ROLES OF PHELLEM (SKIN) TENSILE STRENGTH AND PHELLOGEN CELL WALL SHEAR STRENGTH IN SUSCEPTIBILITY TO TUBER SKINNING INJURY AND SKIN-SET DEVELOPMENT -
LULAI, E.C. THE ROLES OF PHELLEM (SKIN) TENSILE STRENGTH-RELATED FRACTURES AND PHELLOGEN SHEAR-RELATES FRACTURES IN SUSCEPTIBILITY TO TUBER SKINNING INJURY AND SKIN-SET DEVELOPMENT. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH. 2002. V. 79 P. 241-248.
CHANGES IN CELL WALL PECTIN ASSOCIATED WITH PERIDERM MATURATION IN POTATO TUBER -
HYDROPEROXIDES OF FATTY ACIDS INDUCE PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH IN TOMATO PROTOPLASTS. -
THE IMPORTANCE OF PHELLOGEN CELLS AND THEIR STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS IN SUSCEPTIBILITY AND RESISTANCE TO EXCORIATION IN IMMATURE AND MATURE POTATO TUBER (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.) PERIDERM. -
USDA-ARS POTATO POSTHARVEST RESEARCH IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY -
FIELD APPLILCATION OF BIOREGULATORS AND THEIR EFFECT ON DORMANCY, SKIN-SET AND WOUND-HEALING: A PRELIMINARY STUDY. -
SKIN SET: MEASUREMENT AND PHYSIOLOGY OF RESISTANCE TO TUBER SKINNING WOUNDS. -
BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN CELL WALL STRUCTURE ASSOCIATED WITH PERIDERM MATURATION. -
INHIBITION OF WOUND-INDUCED SUBERIZATION IN POTATO TUBER (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.) -
THE EFFECT OF WOUND SEVERITY, TYPE OF TISSUE, AND USE OF THE TUBER DISK MODEL SYSTEM ON ARACHIDONIC ACID-INDUCED RISHITIN ACCUMULATION IN POTATO TUBER. -
CHARACTERIZATION OF CELL WALL CHANGES IN POTATO TUBER PHELLOGEN CELLS DURING PERIDERM MATURATION AND WOUND-HEALING. -
WOUND-INDUCED SUBERIZATION IN POTATO TUBER (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.): INHIBITION BY ENDOGENOUS COMPOUNDS. -
ACCUMULATION OF SUBERIN PHENOLIC AND ALIPHATIC MATERIAL DURING POTATO TUBER(SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.) WOUND-HEALING -
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE DEPOSITION OF SUBERIN POLYPHENOLIC AND POLYALIPHATIC DOMAINS DURING TUBER (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.) WOUND-HEALING. -
PERIDERM ULTRASTRUCTURE ASSOCIATED WITH SUSCEPTIBILITY AND RESISTANCE TO TUBER (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM) SKINNING -
DIFFERENTIAL DEPOSITION OF SUBERIN PHENOLIC AND ALIPHATIC DOMAINS AND THEIRROLES IN RESISTANCE TO INFECTION DURING POTATO TUBER (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.)WOUND-HEALING -
CYTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN PERIDERM CELLS DURING POTATO TAKEN MATURATION IN RELATION TO PERIDERM WOUND RESISTANCE -
FACTORS ATTRIBUTING TO SKIN-SET (WOUND HEALING) -
INDUCTION OF A TUBER RESISTANCE RESPONSE TO WILT INFECTIONS -
REFINING TECHNIQUE AND PROTOCOL FOR SKIN-SET MEASUREMENT -
SKIN-SET MEASUREMENT OF BREEDING SELECTIONS AND RELATED PHYSIOLOGY -
DEVELOPING SPROUT CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES -
POTATO PERIDERM MATURATION -
STORAGE LOSSES RELATED TO LATE BLIGHT -
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