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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Jiuxu Zhang
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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
IDENTIFICATION OF 1, 8-DIHYDROXYNAPHTHALENE MELANIN IN MONOSPORASCUS CANNONBALLUS AND THE ANALYSIS OF HEXAKETIDE AND PENTAKETIDE COMPOUNDS PRODUCED BY WILD-TYPE AND PIGMENTED ISOLATES OF THE FUNGUS -
Wheeler, M.H., Bruton, B.D., Puckhaber, L.S., Zhang, J., Stipanovic, R.D. 2004. Identification of 1, 8-dihydroxynaphthalene melanin in Monosporascus cannonballus and the analysis of hexaketide and pentaketide compounds produced by wild-type and pigmented isolates of the fungus. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 52(13):4113-4120.
ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF HEXAKETIDES FROM A PIGMENTED MONOSPORASCUS CANNONBALLUS ISOLATE -
Stipanovic, R.D., Zhang, J., Bruton, B.D., Wheeler, M.H. 2004. Isolation and identification of hexaketides from a pigmented Monosporascus cannonballus isolate. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 52(13):4109-4112.
POTENTIAL OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS FOR BIOCONTROL OF ROOT ROT/VINE DECLINE IN CUCUMIS MELO L. CAUSED BY MONOSPORASCUS CANNONBALLUS -
RELATIONSHIP OF DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE OF CANTALOUPE FRUIT TO BLACK ROT SUSCEPTIBILITY AND ENZYME PRODUCTION BY DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE -
RELATIONSHIP OF CELL WALL-DEGRADING ENZYMES TO VIRULENCE OF DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE -
COMPARISON OF CANTALOUPE FRUIT DECAYS CAUSED BY DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE AND PHOMOPSIS CUCURBITAE AT DIFFERENT FRUIT DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES -
FUSARIUM SPECIES CAUSING CANTALOUPE FRUIT ROT IN THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY OF TEXAS -
PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF PIGMENTED AND NON-PIGMENTED ISOLATES OF MONOSPORASCUS CANNONBALLUS -
CHARACTERIZATION OF EXO-CHITINASES OF CANTALOUPE FRUIT TISSUE -
FUSARIUM SOLANI ENDO-POLYGALACTURONASE FROM DECAYED MUSKMELON FRUIT: PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION -
GUMMY STEM BLIGHT OF MELONS -
FUNGICIDAL CONTROL OF DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE ON CANTALOUPE -
RELATIONSHIP OF MUSKMELON FRUIT ROT AND POLYGALACTURONASE PRODUCTION BY DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE -
EVALUATION OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS AS A POTENTIAL BIOCONTROL AGENT OF MONOSPORASCUS CANNONBALLUS IN MUSKMELON -
FUNGICIDAL SENSITIVITY OF DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE ISOLATES FROM SOUTH TEXAS -
IDENTIFICATION AND SYNTHESIS OF TRINORCADALENE PHYTOALEXINS FORMED BY HIBISCUS CANNABINUS -
POLYGALACTURONASE OF A LATENT AND WOUND POSTHARVEST FUNGAL PATHOGEN OF MUSKMELON FRUIT -
ASSOCIATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS WITH GUMMY STEM BLIGHT AND BLACK ROT EPIDEMICS OF MUSKMELON IN OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS -
PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A PROMINENT POLYGALACTURONASE ISOZYME PRODUCED BY PHOMOPSIS CUCURBITAE IN DECAYED MUSKMELON FRUIT -
PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CANTALOUPE EXOCARP PEROXIDASES -
ANNUAL RESEARCH REPORT 1997 - GUMMY STEM BLIGHT AND BLACK ROT OF MELONS -
GUMMY STEM BLIGHT OF MELONS -
PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A PROMINENT POLYGALACTURONASE ISOZYME PRODUCED BY PHOMOPSIS CUCURBITAE IN DECAYED MUSKMELON FRUIT -
POLYGALACTURONASE ISOZYMES PRODUCED BY PHOMOPSIS CUCURBITAE IN RELATION TO POSTHARVEST DECAY OF CANTALOUPE FRUIT -
PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ENDO-POLYGALACTURONASE PRODUCED BY FUSARIUM SOLANI IN DECAYED CANTALOUPE FRUIT -
THE BIOLOGIST'S FORUM - FRUIT RIPENING: WHY DOES FRUIT SOFTEN AND ROT AFTER HARVEST? -
COMPARISON OF A LATENT AND NON-LATENT FUNGAL INFECTION OF CANTALOUPE FRUIT -
PEROXIDASE ACTIVITY AND ISOZYMES OF CANTALOUPE TISSUE -
B-GALACTOSIDASE ACTIVITY OF RIPENING CANTALOUPE FRUIT AND FRUIT ROTTING FUNGI -
POLYGALACTURONASE AND PECTATE LYASE ISOZYMES PRODUCED BY PHOMOPSIS CUCURBITAE -
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