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Mark W Farnham
Vegetable Research
Genetics

Phone: (843) 402-5301
Fax: (843) 573-4715

2700 SAVANNAH HIGHWAY
CHARLESTON , SC 29414

Projects
Genetic Enhancement of Watermelon, Broccoli, and Leafy Brassicas for Economically Important Traits
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 425105

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
A genotype-by-sequencing-single nucleotide polymorphism based linkage map and quantitative trait loci (QTL) associated with resistance to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum race 2 identified in Citrullus lanatus var. citroides -
Genotyping-by-sequencing of glossy mutants -
Using genotyping-by-sequencing to develop broccoli markers for construction of a high-density linkage map and to identify quantitative trait loci associated with heat tolerance -
Suppression of bacterial blight on mustard greens with host plant resistance and Acibenzolar-S-Methyl -
Keinath, A.P., Wechter, W.P., Farnham, M.W. 2016. Suppression of bacterial blight on mustard greens with host plant resistance and Acibenzolar-S-Methyl. Plant Disease. 100:1921-1926.
Watermelon germplasm lines USVL246-FR2 and USVL252-FR2 tolerant to fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum race 2 -
‘Carolina Broadleaf’ mustard green (Brassica juncea L.) resistant to the bacterial leaf blight pathogen Pseudomonas cannabina pv. alisalensis -
Quantitative trait loci mapping of heat tolerance in a doubled haploid population of broccoli using genotyping-by-sequencing -
Branham, S., Couillard, D.M., Stansell, Z.J., Farnham, M.W. 2016. Quantitative trait loci mapping of heat tolerance in a doubled haploid population of broccoli using genotyping-by-sequencing. Plant and Animal Genome Conference. P0950.
Glucoraphanin and other glucosinolates in heads of broccoli cultivars -
Farnham, M.W., Branham, S. 2016. Glucoraphanin and other glucosinolates in heads of broccoli cultivars. Broccoli: Cultivation, Nutritional Properties and Effects on Health. B.H.J. Juurlink (Ed.). Nova Science Publishers. New York, NY. 342 p.
Genetic diversity and population structure of collard landraces and their relationship to other Brassica oleracea crops -
Branham, S., Couillard, D.M., Stansell, Z.J., Farnham, M.W. 2015. Genetic diversity and population structure of collard landraces and their relationship to other Brassica oleracea crops. The Plant Genome. 8(3):1-11.
Evaluation of consumer acceptance of west coast versus east coast-produced broccoli through sensory analysis of quality rating factors and nutritionally important metabolites -
Sams, C.E., Penfield, M., Kopsell, D., Gomez, M., Bjorkman, T., Farnham, M.W. 2015. Evaluation of consumer acceptance of west coast versus east coast-produced broccoli through sensory analysis of quality rating factors and nutritionally important metabolites. HortScience. 50:S267.
Genetic diversity and population structure of collard landraces collected in the Southeast -
Pelc, S., Farnham, M.W., Couillard, D.M., Stansell, Z.J. 2015. Genetic diversity and population structure of collard landraces collected in the Southeast. HortScience. 50:S391.
Using weighted trait indices to select the best performing broccoli hybrids in multi-site and multi-year trials -
Stansell, Z.J., Farnham, M.W., Pelc, S., Couillard, D.M., Bjorkman, T. 2015. Using weighted trait indices to select the best performing broccoli hybrids in multi-site and multi-year trials. HortScience. 50:S171.
Increasing plant density in eastern United States broccoli production systems to maximize marketable head yields -
Ward, B., Smith, P., James, S., Stansell, Z.J., Farnham, M.W. 2015. Increasing plant density in eastern United States broccoli production systems to maximize marketable head yields. HortTechnology. 25:330-334.
Collard land races are novel sources of glucoraphanin and other aliphatic glucosinolates -
Stansell, Z.J., Cory, W., Couillard, D.M., Farnham, M.W. 2015. Collard land races are novel sources of glucoraphanin and other aliphatic glucosinolates. Plant Breeding. 134:350-355.
Genetic diversity and population structure of collard landraces -
Pelc, S., Couillard, D.M., Stansell, Z.J., Farnham, M.W. 2015. Genetic diversity and population structure of collard landraces. HortScience. 50:S40.
Establishing an eastern broccoli industry: where are we and where do we need to go? -
Farnham, M.W. 2014. Establishing an eastern broccoli industry: where are we and where do we need to go?. Southeast Vegetable and Fruit Expo. North Carolina Vegetable Growers Association Yearbook. p43-44.
Tolerance of broccoli cultivars to pre-transplanting clomazone -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Farnham, M.W., Jackson, D.M. 2015. Tolerance of broccoli cultivars to pre-transplanting clomazone. Crop Protection. 69:28-33.
Using regional broccoli trial data to select experimental hybrids for input into advanced yield trials -
Farnham, M.W., Stansell, Z.J., Griffiths, P.D., Davis, J.M., Hutton, M., Bjorkman, T. 2014. Using regional broccoli trial data to select experimental hybrids for input into advanced yield trials. HortScience. 49(9):S242-S243.
Collard Landraces are novel sources of Glucoraphanin and other Aliphatic Glucosinolates -
Stansell, Z.J., Farnham, M.W., Cory, W. 2014. Collard Landraces are novel sources of Glucoraphanin and other Aliphatic Glucosinolates. HortScience. 49(9):S336.
Maximizing plant density affects broccoli yield and quality -
Ward, B., Farnham, M.W., Smith, P., Stansell, Z.J., James, S. 2014. Maximizing plant density affects broccoli yield and quality. HortScience. 49(9):S211.
First report of bacterial leaf blight on mustard greens (Brassica juncea) caused by pseudomonas cannabina pv. alisalensis in Mississippi Reprint Icon -
Wechter, W.P., Keinath, A.P., Smith, J.P., Farnham, M.W., Bull, C.T., Schofield, D.A. 2014. First report of bacterial leaf blight on mustard greens (Brassica juncea) caused by pseudomonas cannabina pv. alisalensis in Mississippi. Plant Disease. 98:1151.
USVL-360, a novel watermelon tetraploid germplasm line -
Levi, A., Thies, J.A., Wechter, W.P., Farnham, M.W., Weng, Y., Hassel, R. 2013. USVL-360, a novel watermelon tetraploid germplasm line. HortScience. 49:354-357.
Assessing nutritional changes in a vegetable over time: issues and considerations -
Farnham, M.W., Grusak, M.A. 2014. Assessing nutritional changes in a vegetable over time: issues and considerations. HortScience. 49:128-132.
Response to the Letter to the Editor of Crop Science from Donald R. Davis regarding our research article published in Crop Science (2011: 51:2721-2727) -
Farnham, M.W., Keinath, A.P., Grusak, M.A. 2013. Response to the Letter to the Editor of Crop Science from Donald R. Davis regarding our research article entitled "Mineral Concentration of Broccoli Florets in relation to year of cultivar release" published in Crop Science (2011: 51:2721-2727). Crop Science. 53:1830-1831.
Doubled haploid inbred lines USVL048 and USVL131 of heading broccoli -
Farnham, M.W. 2013. Doubled haploid inbred lines USVL048 and USVL131 of heading broccoli. HortScience. 48:907-908.
Regional hybrid broccoli trials provide a means to further breeding efforts of this increasingly important vegetable crop -
Farnham, M.W., Griffiths, P., Davis, J., Hutton, M., Morris, W., Sams, C., Kopsell, D., Bjorkman, T. 2013. Regional hybrid broccoli trials provide a means to further breeding efforts of this increasingly important vegetable crop. HortScience. 48(9):S129.
What makes those collard, turnip and mustard greens so good for you? -
Farnham, M.W. 2012. What makes those collard, turnip and mustard greens so good for you? North Carolina Vegetable Growers Association 2012 Yearbook. p. 53.
Differences in tolerance of broccoli and cabbage cultivars to clomazone herbicide -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Farnham, M.W. 2013. Differences in tolerance of broccoli and cabbage cultivars to clomazone herbicide. HortTechnology. 23(1):6-11.
Expression of leaf blight resistance in Brassica leafy greens under field conditions and inheritance of resistance in a Brassica juncea source -
Wechter, W.P., Keinath, A.P., McMillan, M.L., Smith, P., Farnham, M.W. 2013. Expression of leaf blight resistance in Brassica leafy greens under field conditions and inheritance of resistance in a Brassica juncea source. Plant Disease. 97:131-137.
Response of broccoli and cabbage hybrid cultivars to clomazone -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Farnham, M.W. 2012. Response of broccoli and cabbage hybrid cultivars to clomazone. HortScience. 17(9):S331.
Performance of current broccoli varieties under eastern U.S. conditions -
Griffiths, P.D., Farnham, M.W., Hutton, M., Davis, J.M., Morris, W., Bjorkman, T. 2012. Performance of current broccoli varieties under eastern U.S. conditions. HortScience. 47(9):S274.
A transdisciplinary approach to developing an eastern broccoli industry -
Bjorkman, T., Davis, J.M., Farnham, M.W., Gomez, G., Griffiths, P.D., Hutton, M., Kopsell, D.A., Myers, J.R., Sams, C.E., Smith, J. 2012. A transdisciplinary approach to developing an eastern broccoli industry. HortScience. 47(9):S408-S409.
Glucosinolate variation among six cultigens of broccoli grown in five diverse east coast locations -
Sams, C.E., Kopsell, D.A., Farnham, M.W., Griffiths, P.D., Hutton, M., Davis, J.M., Morris, W. 2012. Glucosinolate variation among six cultigens of broccoli grown in five diverse east coast locations. HortScience. 47(9):S358.
Broccoli pigment profile of six cultigens grown in five east coast locations -
Kopsell, D.A., Sams, C.E., Farnham, M.W., Griffiths, P.D., Hutton, M., Davis, J.M., Morris, W. 2012. Broccoli pigment profile of six cultigens grown in five east coast locations. HortScience. 47(9):358-359.
Three improved Citrullus lanatus var. citroides lines USVL246-FR2, USVL252-FR2, and USVL335-FR2, with resistance to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum race 2 -
Wechter, W.P., Kousik, C.S., Mcmillan, M.L., Farnham, M.W., Levi, A. 2012. Three improved Citrullus lanatus var. citroides lines USVL246-FR2, USVL252-FR2, and USVL335-FR2, with resistance to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum race 2. Phytopathology. 102:S4.133.
Collard, mustard and turnip greens: Effects of varieties and leaf position on concentrations of ascorbic acid, folate, B-carotene, lutein and phylloquinone -
Farnham, M.W., Lester, G.E., Hassell, R. 2012. Collard, mustard and turnip greens: Effects of varieties and leaf position on concentrations of ascorbic acid, folate, B-carotene, lutein and phylloquinone. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis. 27:1-7.
Impact of thermal processing on sulforaphane yield from broccoli (Brassica oleracea L. var. italica) -
Wang, G., Farnham, M.W., Jeffery, E. 2012. Impact of thermal processing on sulforaphane yield from broccoli (Brassica oleracea L. var. italica). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 60:6743-6748.
How do High Temperatures Limit Broccoli Production: Is It Possible for this Cole Crop to Take the Heat? -
Farnham, M.W. 2011. How do High Temperatures Limit Broccoli Production: Is It Possible for this Cole Crop to Take the Heat?. Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference. p. 51.
Breeding broccoli adapted to high temperature environments -
Farnham, M.W., Bjorkman, T. 2012. Breeding broccoli adapted to high temperature environments. Plant Physiology. P09015.
Mineral concentration of broccoli florets in relation to year of cultivar release -
Farnham, M.W., Keinath, A.P., Grusak, M.A. 2011. Mineral concentration of broccoli florets in relation to year of cultivar release. Crop Science. 51:2721-2727.
Breeding vegetables adapted to high temperatures: A case study with broccoli Reprint Icon -
Farnham, M.W., Bjorkman, T. 2011. Breeding vegetables adapted to high temperatures: A case study with broccoli. HortScience. 46:1093-1097.
Evaluation of Experimental Broccoli Hybrids Developed for Summer Production in the Eastern United States Reprint Icon -
Farnham, M.W., Bjorkman, T. 2011. Evaluation of Experimental Broccoli Hybrids Developed for Summer Production in the Eastern United States. HortScience. 46:858-863.
Field evaluation of leaf blight-resistant plant introductions of Brassica Juncea and Brassica Rapa and elucidation of inheritance of resistance -
Wechter, W.P., Keinath, A.P., Smith, P., Farnham, M.W. 2011. Field evaluation of leaf blight-resistant plant introductions of Brassica Juncea and Brassica Rapa and elucidation of inheritance of resistance. Phytopathology. 101:S189.
Field evaluation of brassica lines for resistance to bacterial blight in Charleston, South Carolina, 2010 -
Keinath, A.P., Farnham, M.W., Wechter, W.P. 2011. Field evaluation of brassica lines for resistance to bacterial blight in Charleston, South Carolina, 2010. Plant Disease Management Reports. 5:V082.
The Genetics of Brassica oleracea -
Quiros, C.F., Farnham, M.W. 2011. The Genetics of Brassica oleracea. In: Schmidt, R., Bancroft, I., editors. Genetics and Genomics of the Brassicaceae. New York, NY:Springer. p. 261-290.
Breeding Vegetables Adapted to High Temperatures: A Case Study with Broccoli Reprint Icon -
Farnham, M.W. 2010. Breeding Vegetables Adapted to High Temperatures: A Case Study with Broccoli. HortScience. 45:S18 (Abstr.)
Mineral Concentration of Broccoli Heads in relation to Year of Cultivar Release Reprint Icon -
Farnham, M.W., Grusak, M.A. 2010. Mineral Concentration of Broccoli Heads in relation to Year of Cultivar Release. HortScience. 45:S282-S283 (Abstr.)
Glossy and Nonglossy Near-isogenic Lines USVL115-GL, USVL115-NG, USVL188-GL and USVL188-NG of Broccoli Derived from Doubled Haploids Reprint Icon -
Farnham, M.W. 2010. Glossy and Nonglossy Near-isogenic Lines USVL115-GL, USVL115-NG, USVL188-GL and USVL188-NG of Broccoli Derived from Doubled Haploids. HortScience. 45:660-662.
First Report of Bacterial Leaf Blight on Broccoli and Cabbage Caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. alisalensis in South Carolina -
Wechter, W.P., Keinath, A.P., Farnham, M.W., Smith, J.P. 2010. First Report of Bacterial Leaf Blight on Broccoli and Cabbage Caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. alisalensis in South Carolina. Plant Disease. 94:132.
Notice of Release of Glossy and Nonglossy Near Isogenic Green Sprouting Broccoli Inbred Lines USVL115-GL AND USVL115-NG, and also USVL188-GL and USVL188-NG -
Development of Public Immortal Mapping Populations, Molecular Markers and Linkage Maps for Rapid Cycling Brassica rapa and B. oleracea Reprint Icon -
Iniguez-Luy, F.L., Lukens, L., Farnham, M.W., Amasino, R.M., Osborn, T.C. 2009. Development of Public Immortal Mapping Populations, Molecular Markers and Linkage Maps for Rapid Cycling Brassica rapa and B. oleracea. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 120:31-43.
Importance of Genotype on Carotenoid and Chlorophyll Levels in Broccoli Heads Reprint Icon -
Farnham, M.W., Kopsell, D.A. 2009. Importance of Genotype on Carotenoid and Chlorophyll Levels in Broccoli Heads. HortScience. 44:1248-1253.
Genotype and Environment Effects on Carotenoid Content of Broccoli -
Farnham, M.W., Kopsell, D.A. 2009. Genotype and Environment Effects on Carotenoid Content of Broccoli. HortScience. 44:1017-1018.
Exploring the Coastal Plain of the Carolinas in Search of Heirloom Collard -
Farnham, M.W. 2008. Exploring the Coastal Plain of the Carolinas in Search of Heirloom Collard. Vegetable Association Yearbook (North Carolina Vegetable Growers Association). p42.
Glossy and Nonglossy Near-Isogenic Lines of Broccoli Derived from Dihaploids -
Farnham, M.W. 2008. Glossy and Nonglossy Near-Isogenic Lines of Broccoli Derived from Dihaploids. HortScience. 43:1219.
Development of Broccoli Adapted to Summer Conditions in the Southeastern United States -
Farnham, M.W., Bjorkman, T. 2008. Development of Broccoli Adapted to Summer Conditions in the Southeastern United States. HortScience. 43:1152.
First Report of Severe Outbreaks of Bacterial Leaf Spot of Leafy Brassica Greens Caused by Xanthomonas Campestris pv. Campestris in South Carolina -
Wechter, W.P., Keinath, A.P., Smith, J.P., Farnham, M.W. 2008. First Report of Severe Outbreaks of Bacterial Leaf Spot of Leafy Brassica Greens Caused by Xanthomonas Campestris pv. Campestris in South Carolina. Plant Disease. 92:1134.
Producing Broccoli in the Southeastern United States -
Farnham, M.W. 2007. Producing Broccoli in the Southeastern United States. Vegetable Association Yearbook (North Carolina Vegetable Growers Association) 2007. p. 51.
Neglected Landraces of Collard (Brassica oleracea L.) from the Carolinas (USA) -
Farnham, M.W., Davis, E.H., Morgan, J.T., Smith, J.P. 2008. Neglected Landraces of Collard (Brassica oleracea L.) from the Carolinas (USA). Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution. 55:797-801.
Exploring North and South Carolina for Neglected Landraces of Collard -
Farnham, M.W., Davis, E., Morgan, J., Smith, P. 2007. Exploring North and South Carolina for Neglected Landraces of Collard. HortScience. 42:895.
Heterosis for Horticultural Traits in Broccoli -
Hale, A.L., Farnham, M.W., Nzaramba, M.N., Kimbeng, C.A. 2007. Heterosis for Horticultural Traits in Broccoli. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 115:351-360.
High Density Brassica Oleracea Linkage Map: Identification of Useful New Linkages -
Gao, M., Li, G., Yang, B., Qiu, D., Farnham, M.W., Quiros, C. 2007. High Density Brassica Oleracea Linkage Map: Identification of Useful New Linkages. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 115:277-287.
Identification of Resistance to Peppery Leaf Spot among Brassica Juncea and Brassica Rapa Plant Introductions -
Wechter, W.P., Farnham, M.W., Smith, J.P., Keinath, A.P. 2007. Identification of Resistance to Peppery Leaf Spot among Brassica Juncea and Brassica Rapa Plant Introductions. HortScience. 42:1140-1143.
Development of Public Immortal Mapping Populations, Molecular Markers, and Linkage Maps for Rapid Cycling Brassica rapa and B. oleracea -
Iniquez-Luv, F.L., Lukens, L., Farnham, M.W., Amasio, R., Osborn, T.C. 2007. Development of Public Immortal Mapping Populations, Molecular Markers, and Linkage Maps for Rapid Cycling Brassica rapa and B. oleracea. Plant and Animal Genome VX Conference Abstracts. p. 18
QTL Analysis for Four Major Genes Involved in the Aliphatic Glucosinolate Pathways of Brassica Oleracea -
Qiu, D., Gao, M., Li, G., Yang, B., Iniquez-Luy, F., Farnham, M.W., Osborn, T., Quiros, C. 2007. QTL Analysis for Four Major Genes Involved in the Aliphatic Glucosinolate Pathways of Brassica Oleracea. Plant and Animal Genome VX Conference. Abstracts. January 13-17, 2007, San Diego, CA, p. 393.
A Search for Peppery Leaf Spot Resistance in Brassica Juncea Germplasm -
Wechter, W.P., Keinath, A.P., Smith, J.P., Farnham, M.W. 2006. A Search for Peppery Leaf Spot Resistance in Brassica Juncea Germplasm. Proceedings of the 15th Crucifer Genetics Workshop: Brassica 2006. 30 Sep-4 Oct 2006. Wageningen, The Netherlands. p 126.
Expression of Heterosis in Green Sprouting Broccoli -
Hale, A.L., Farnham, M.W. 2006. Expression of Heterosis in Green Sprouting Broccoli. Proceedings of the 15th Crucifer Genetics Workshop: Brassica 2006. 30 Sep-4 Oct 2006. Wageningen, The Netherlands. p 58.
Genotypic and environmental effects on selenium concentration of broccoli heads grown without supplemental selenium fertilizer -
Farnham, M.W., Hale, A.L., Grusak, M.A., Finley, J.W. 2007. Genotypic and environmental effects on selenium concentration of broccoli heads grown without supplemental selenium fertilizer. Plant Breeding. 126:195-200.
NOTICE OF RESEASE OF DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANT GREEN SPROUTING BROCCOLI INBRED LINE USVL089 -
Farnham, M.W. Notice of resease of downy mildew resistant green sprouting broccoli inbred line usvl089. USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Washington, D.C. July 25, 2006.
HETEROSIS FOR HORTICULTURAL TRAITS IN BROCCOLI -
Hale, A.L., Farnham, M.W. 2006. Heterosis for horticultural traits in broccoli. HortScience. 41:990.
USE OF PCR-BASED MARKERS FOR DIFFERENTIATING ELITE BROCCOLI INBREDS -
Hale, A.L., Farnham, M.W., Menz, M.A. 2006. Use of PCR-based markers for differentiating elite broccoli inbreds. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 131:418-423.
BREEDING PROGRAM FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE IN BRASSICA CROPS -
Farnham, M.W. 2005. Breeding program for disease resistance in brassica crops. Vegetable Association Yearbook (North Carolina Vegetable Growers Association). p. 35.
A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM TO ENHANCE GLUCORAPHANIN CONTENT OF BROCCOLI HEADS AND SEED -
Farnham, M.W. 2005. A comprehensive program to enhance glucoraphanin content of broccoli heads and seed. Proc Symposium on Human Health Effects of Fruits and Vegetables. 17-20 August 2005. Quebec City, Quebec. P. 30.
HYBRIDIZING COLLARD AND CABBAGE MAY PROVIDE A MEANS TO DEVELOP COLLARD CULTIVARS -
Farnham, M.W., Ruttencutter, G., Smith, J., Keinath, A.P. 2005. Hybridizing collard and cabbage may provide a means to develop collard cultivars. HortScience. 40:1686-1689.
GENETIC COMBINING ABILITY OF GLUCORAPHANIN LEVEL AND OTHER HORTICULTURAL TRAITS OF BROCCOLI -
Abercrombie, J.M., Farnham, M.W., Rushing, J.W. 2005. Genetic combining ability of glucoraphanin level and other horticultural traits of broccoli. Euphytica. 143:145-151.
SELENIUM CONCENTRATION OF BROCCOLI INBREDS AND HYBRIDS IS LARGELY INFLUENCED BY ENVIRONMENT -
Hale, A.L., Farnham, M.W., Grusak, M.A., Finlay, J.W. 2005. Selenium concentration of broccoli inbreds and hybrids is largely influenced by environment. [abstract] HortScience. 40:1099.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SRAP, AFLP, AND SSR MARKERS FOR DETECTING GENETIC DIFFERENCES AMONG ELITE BROCCOLI INBREDS -
Hale, A.L., Farnham, M.W. 2005. A comparative study of SRAP, AFLP, and SSR markers for detecting genetic differences among elite broccoli inbreds. [abstract] HortScience. 40:998.
EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF THE ANGIOSPERMS AND ITS RELEVANCE TO BRASSICA -
Paterson, A.H., Osborn, T.C., Pires, J., Amasino, R., Quiros, C.F., Farnham, M.W. 2006. Evolutionary History of the Angiosperms and its Relevance to Brassica. Crucifer Genetics Workshop. Acta Hortscience (ISHS) 706:49-54.
EFFECTIVENESS OF PCR-BASED MARKERS FOR DIFFERENTIATING ELITE BROCCOLI INBREDS -
Hale, A.L., Farnham, M.W. 2005. Effectiveness of PCR-based markers for differentiating elite broccoli inbreds. Proceedings Plant and Animal Genome XIII. Jan. 15-19, San Diego, CA. p. 105.
HYBRIDIZING COLLARD AND CABBAGE TO MAKE COLLARD CULTIVARS -
Farnham, M.W., Ruttencutter, G., Smith, P., Keinath, A. 2004. Hybridizing collard and cabbage to make collard cultivars. [abstract] Hortscience 39:766.
GENETIC COMBINING ABILITY OF GLUCORAPHANIN LEVEL AND OTHER HORTICULTURAL TRAITS OF BROCCOLI -
Abercrombie, J., Farnham, M.W., Rushing, J. 2003. Genetic combining ability of glucoraphanin level and other horticultural traits of broccoli. Hortscience. 38:783-784.
GLUCORAPHANIN CONCENTRATION OF BROCCOLI SEED IS HIGHLY INFLUENCED BY GENOTYPE -
Farnham, M.W., Stephenson, K., Fahey, J. 2003. Glucoraphanin concentration of broccoli seed is highly influenced by genotype.[abstract] Hortscience 38:677.
GLUCORAPHANIN LEVEL IN BROCCOLI SEED IS LARGELY DETERMINED BY GENOTYPE -
Farnham, M.W., Stephenson, K.K., Fahey, J.W. 2004. Glucoraphanin level in broccoli seed is largely determined by genotype. HortScience. 40:50-53.
GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT AND CHEMOPROTECTIVE POTENTIAL OF BROCCOLI -
Farnham, M.W., Wilson, P.E., Stephenson, K.K., Fahey, J.W. 2004. Genetic and environmental effects on glucosinolate content and chemoprotective potential of broccoli. Plant Breeding 123:60-65.
AFLP ANALYSIS OF A WORLDWIDE COLLECTION OF DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE -
KOTHERA, R.T., KEINATH, A.P., DEAN, R.A., FARNHAM, M.W. AFLP ANALYSIS OF A WORLDWIDE COLLECTION OF DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE. MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH. 2003. v.107.p.297-304
SEARCH FOR CANDIDATE GENES FOR DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN BROCCOLI -
Gao, M., Li, G.B., Yang, B., Farnham, M.W., Quiros, C. Search for candidate genes for downy mildew resistance in broccoli. Plant and Animal Genome XI Conference Proceedings. 2003. Abstract No. 476.
A SINGLE DOMINANT GENE FOR DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN BROCCOLI -
Farnham, M.w., Wang, M., Thomas, C.E. A single dominant gene for downy mildew resistance in broccoli. Euphytica. 2002. v.128.p.405-407.
ITS-1, ITS-2 AND RAPD ANALYSIS OF DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE AND RELATED PHOMA SPECIES ISOLATED FROM CUCURBITS -
SOMAI, B.M., DEAN, R.A., FARNHAM, M.W., ZITTER, T.A., KEINATH, A.P. ITS-1, ITS-2 AND RAPD ANALYSIS OF DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE AND RELATED PHOMA SPECIES ISOLATED FROM CUCURBITS. PHYTOPATHOLOGY. 2002. vol.92.p.997-1004
USING SELF-COMPATIBLE INBREDS OF BROCCOLI AS SEED PRODUCERS -
Farnham, M.W., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2003. Using self-compatible inbreds of broccoli as seed producers. Hortscience. 38:85-87.
SEQUENCE CHARACTERIZED AMPLIFIED REGION MARKERS LINKED TO DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN BROCCOLI. -
Giovannelli, Janel L.; Farnham, Mark W.; Wang, Min; Strand, Allan E. 2002. Sequence characterized amplified region markers linked to downy mildew resistance in roccoli. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 127:597-601.
CONSERVATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF VEGETABLE BRASSICA GERMPLASM BY THE USDA-ARS -
Robertson, L.D., Farnham, M.W. 2002. Conservation and characterization of vegetable brassica germplasm by the USDA-ARS. Proceedings of 13th Crucifer Genetics Workshop. March 23-26, 2002. Davis, CA. pg 67.
DEVELOPMENT OF SEQUENCE CHARACTERIZED AMPLIFIED REGION (SCAR) MARKERS LINKED TO DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN BROCCOLI -
Giovannelli, J.L.; Farnham, Mark W.; Wang, Min; Strand, Allan E. 2002. Development of sequence characterized amplified region (SCAR) markers linked to downy mildew resistance in broccoli. Proceedings of 13th Crucifer Genetics Worksop. March 23-26, 2002, Davis, CA. p. 84
INHERITANCE OF TRUE-LEAF STAGE DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN BROCCOLI -
Wang, Min; Farnham, Mark W.; Thomas, C.E. 2001. Inheritance of true-leaf stage downy mildew resistance in broccoli. J. of American Society of Horticultural Science. 126(6):727-729
CHARACTERIZATION OF FUSARIUM YELLOWS RESISTANCE IN COLLARD -
Farnham, Mark W.; Keinath, Anthony P.; Smith, J.P. 2001. Characterization of fusarium yellows resistance in collard. Plant Disease V 85 p. 890-894.
EFFECTS OF WIRESTEM SEVERITY ON SURVIVAL AND HEAD PRODUCTION OF TRANSPLANTED BROCCOLI AND CABBAGE -
Keinath, A.P., Farnham, M.W. Zool 2001. Effects of wirestem severity on survival and head production of transplanted broccoli and cabbage. Plant Disease. 85:639-643.
TOWARDS MAPPING GENES FOR DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN BRASSICA OLERACEA -
Farnham, M.W., Wang, M., Giovannelli, J.L. 2001. Towards mapping genes for downy mildew resistance in brassica oleracea. Plant and Animal Genome IX. San Diego, CA. Pg 18.
ELUCIDATION OF GENES CONTROLLING DOWNY MILDEW IN BROCCOLI -
Farnham, M.W., Wang, M., Thomas, C.E. 2000. Elucidation of genes controlling downy mildew in broccoli. Brassica 2000 abstract. Wellesbourne, U.K. 0515.
EVALUATION OF RESISTANCE TO WHITEFLIES (HOMOPTERA: ALEYRODIDAE) IN SOLID AND MIXED PLANTINGS OF COLLARD -
THE CAPACITY OF BROCCOLI TO INDUCE A MAMMALIAN CHEMOPROTECTIVE ENZYME VARIES AMONG INBRED LINES -
CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM CONCENTRATION OF INBRED AND HYBRID BROCCOLI HEADS -
IMPROVED PHYTONUTRIENT CONTENT THROUGH PLANT GENETIC IMPROVEMENT -
PHENOTYPIC VARIATION FOR DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANCE AMONG INBRED BROCCOLI -
GENETIC VARIATION WITHIN A WORLDWIDE COLLECTION OF DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE USING AFLP ANALYSIS -
EVALUATING COLLARD AND KALE FOR RESISTANCE TO YELLOWS -
CHARACTERIZATION OF D0WNY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN USDA BROCCOLI INBREDS -
SELECTION FOR FLORET GLUCORAPHANIN CONCENTRATION AMONG INBRED BROCCOLI -
EFFECTS OF PLANTING PATTERN OF COLLARD GENOTYPES ON RESISTANCE TO WHITEFLIES -
EFFECTS OF INOCULUM TYPES AND ANASTOMOSIS GROUPS OF RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI ON WIRESTEM OF CABBAGE SEEDLINGS -
PLOIDY OF BROCCOLI REGENERATED FROM MICROSPORE VERSUS ANTHER CULTURES -
CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM CONTENT OF INBREDS AND COMMERCIAL HYBRIDS OF BROCCOLI -
GENETIC SIMILARITY AMONG BROCCOLI INBREDS "ESSENTIALLY-DERIVED" FROM COMMERCIAL CULTIVARS -
PLOIDY OF REGENERATED BROCCOLI DERIVED FROM MICROSPORE CULTURE VERSUS ANTHER CULTURE -
REACTION OF 26 CULTIVARS OF BRASSICA OLERACEA TO YELLOWS IN NATURALLY INFESTED SOIL, 1997 -
USE OF DNA FLOW CYTOMETRY TO EVALUATE PLOIDY OF BROCCOLI DERIVED FROM ANTHER CULTURE -
SEED PRODUCTION IN ANTHER-DERIVED DOUBLED-HAPLOIDS AND TRADITIONAL INBREDS OF BROCCOLI -
DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE OF COLLARD AND KALE CULTIVARS TO PREEMERGENCE APPLICATION OF METOLACHLOR -
DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE OF COLLARD AND KALE (BRASSICA OLERACEA) CULTIVARS TO PREEMERGENCE APPLICATION OF METOLACHLOR -
EFFICIENT PLOIDY DETERMINATION OF ANTHER DERIVED BROCCOLI -
GENOTYPE OF BROCCOLI ANTHER SOURCE AFFECTS INCIDENCE OF DIPLOIDS IN ANTHER-DERIVED POPULATIONS -
EFFECTS OF FERTILIZATION AND WATERING ON THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF COLE CROP TRANSPLANTS TO RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI -
EVALUATING SEEDLING VEGETABLE BRASSICAS FOR RESISTANCE TO RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI -
UTILITY OF DNA FLOW CYTOMETRY FOR PLOIDY DETERMINATION OF ANTHER DERIVED BROCCOLI: EFFECT OF LEAF AGE AND SAMPLING PROTOCOLS -
PCR IDENTIFICATION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE AND PHOMA SPECIES -
DIFFERENTIAL CULTIVARS AND CRITERIA FOR EVALUATING RESISTANCE TO RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI IN SEEDLING BRASSICA OLERACEA -
FIELD EVALUATION OF COLLARD GENOTYPES FOR RESISTANCE TO WHITEFLIES -
RAPD FINGERPRINTING AND PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE AND PHOMA SPECIES -
EFFECT OF BROCCOLI DONOR GENOTYPE ON INCIDENCE OF DIPLOIDS IN POPULATIONS REGENERATED FROM ANTHER CULTURE -
DEVELOPMENT OF STATEGIES TO EVALUATE BRASSICA OLERACEA L. VEGETABLE CROPS FOR WIRESTEM CAUSED BY RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI -
IMPORTANCE OF COLLARD AND KALE GENOTYPE FOR WINTER PRODUCTION IN SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES CLIMATE ZONES -
GENETIC VARIATION AMONG AND WITHIN UNITED STATES COLLARD (BRASSICA OLERACEAL.) CULTIVARS AND LANDRACES AS DETERMINED BY RANDOM AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA MARKERS -
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