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Patrick M O`Neill
Wheat, Sorghum and Forage Research
Agricultural Science Research Technician (Plants)

Phone: (402) 472-9288
Fax: (402) 472-4020

251 Filley Hall/Food Ind. UNL, East Campus
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
LINCOLN , NE 685830937

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Field response of near-isogenic brown midrib sorghum lines to Fusarium thapsinum and effects of controlled water deficit on stalk rot disease -
Funnell-Harris, D.L., Oneill, P.M., Sattler, S.E. 2018. Field response of near-isogenic brown midrib sorghum lines to Fusarium thapsinum and effects of controlled water deficit on stalk rot disease. International Congress of Plant Pathology Abstracts and Proceedings. [abstract].In: Proceedings of International Congress of Plant Pathology, International Society for Plant Pathology/American Phytopathology Society, July 29-August 30, 2018, Boston, MA.
Field response of near-isogenic brown midrib sorghum lines to fusarium stalk rot, and response of wildtype lines to controlled water deficit -
Funnell-Harris, D.L., Oneill, P.M., Sattler, S.E. 2018. Field response of near-isogenic brown midrib sorghum lines to fusarium stalk rot, and response of wildtype lines to controlled water deficit. Plant Pathology. 67:1474-1482. https://doi.org/10.1111/ppa.12863.
Resistance to stalk pathogens for bioenergy sorghum -
Funnell-Harris, D.L., Oneill, P.M., Sattler, S.E., Khasin, M., Scully, E.D. 2018. Resistance to stalk pathogens for bioenergy sorghum. Meeting Abstract. [abstract]. In: Proceedings of 2018 Genomic Sciences Program Annual Principal Investigator (PI) Metting, U.S. Department of Energy, February 25-28,2018 Tysons, Virginia.
Differences in fusarium species in brown midrib sorghum and in air populations in production fields Reprint Icon -
Funnell-Harris, D.L., Scully, E.D., Sattler, S.E., French, R.C., ONeill, P.M., Pedersen, J.F. 2017. Differences in fusarium species in brown midrib sorghum and in air populations in production fields. Phytopathology. 107(11):1353-1363. https://doi.org/10.1094/PHYTO-08-16-3016-R.
Response of sorghum stalk pathogens to brown midrib plants and soluble phenolic extracts from near isogenic lines Reprint Icon -
Funnell-Harris, D.L., O'Neill, P.M., Sattler, S.E., Gries, T.L., Berhow, M.A., Pedersen, J.F. 2017. Response of sorghum stalk pathogens to brown midrib plants and soluble phenolic extracts from near isogenic lines. European Journal of Plant Pathology. 148(4):941-953. doi:10.1007/s10658-017-1148-2.
Response of sweet sorghum lines to stalk pathogens fusarium thapsinum and macrophomina phaseolina -
Funnell-Harris, D.L., Oneill, P.M., Sattler, S.E. 2016. Response of sweet sorghum lines to stalk pathogens fusarium thapsinum and macrophomina phaseolina. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting. [abstract] American Phytopathological Society.
Response of sweet sorghum lines to stalk pathogens Fusarium thapsinum and Macrophomina phaseolina Reprint Icon -
Funnell-Harris, D.L., Oneill, P.M., Sattler, S.E., Yerka, M.K. 2016. Response of sweet sorghum lines to stalk pathogens Fusarium thapsinum and Macrophomina phaseolina. Plant Disease. 100:896-903.
Effect of waxy (low amylose) on fungal infection of sorghum grain Reprint Icon -
Funnell-Harris, D.L., Sattler, S.E., Oneill, P.M., Eskridge, K.M. 2015. Effect of waxy (low amylose) on fungal infection of sorghum grain. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting. 76-0.
Effect of waxy (low amylose) on fungal infection of sorghum grain -
Funnell-Harris, D.L., Sattler, S.E., O'neill, P.M., Eskridge, K.M., Pedersen, J.F. 2015. Effect of waxy (low amylose) on fungal infection of sorghum grain. Phytopathology 105: 786-796. DOI: 10.1094/PHYTO-09-14-0255-R.
USE OF CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE ASSESSMENTS TO DIFFERENTIATE CORN HYBRID RESPONSE TO VARIABLE WATER CONDITIONS -
Oneill, P.M., Shanahan, J.F., Schepers, J.S. 2006. Use of chlorophyll fluorescence assessments to differentiate corn hybrid response to variable water conditions. Crop Science 46:681-687.
AGRONOMIC RESPONSES OF CORN HYBRIDS FROM DIFFERENT ERAS TO DEFICIT AND ADEQUATE LEVELS OF WATER AND NITROGEN -
Oneill, P.M., Shanahan, J.F., Schepers, J.S., Caldwell, R. 2004. Agronomic responses of corn hybrids from different eras to deficit and adequate levels of water and nitrogen. Agronomy Journal 96:1660-1667.
CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE ANALYSIS OF MAIZE UNDER DROUGHT AND NITROGEN STRESS CONDITIONS -
Duraes, F., Shanahan, J.F., Russell, W.K., Oneill, P.M., Magalhaes, P.C., Oliveira, A.C. 2003. Chlorophyll fluorescence analysis of maize under drought and nitrogen stress conditions. Agronomy Abstracts. #457971. CDROM
USE OF CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE TO CHARACTERIZE WATER AND N STRESS RESPONSE IN MAIZE HYBRIDS -
Oneill, P.M., Shanahan, J.F., Caldwell, R.M. 2003. Use of chlorophyll fluorescence to characterize water and n stress response in maize hybrids. Agronomy Abstracts. #675817