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Ronald D Hatfield
Cell Wall Biology and Utilization Research
Plant Physiology

Phone: (608) 890-0062
Fax: (608) 890-0076

1925 LINDEN DR W
MADISON , WI 537061108

Projects
Determining Influence of Microbial, Feed, and Animal Factors on Efficiency of Nutrient Utilization and Performance in Lactating Dairy Cows
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 422301
Removing Limitations to the Efficient Utilization of Alfalfa and Other Forages in Dairy Production, New Bio-Products, and Bioenergy to...
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 422315
Utilizing the University of Wisconsin Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 431113
Improving Novel Harvest Technologies for Fractionating Alfalfa Into Leaf and Stem Fractions
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 426226

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Extraction, composition, and functional properties of dried alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) leaf protein -
Hojilla-Evangelista, M.P., Selling, G.W., Hatfield, R., Digman, M. 2016. Extraction, composition, and functional properties of dried alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) leaf protein. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. doi: 10.1002/jsfa.7810.
Effects of feeding alfalfa stemlage or wheat straw for dietary energy dilution on growth performance and sorting behaviors of holstein dairy heifers -
Su, H., Esser, N.M., Coblentz, W.K., Kalscheur, K., Hatfield, R.D., Akins, M.S. 2016. Effects of feeding alfalfa stemlage or wheat straw for dietary energy dilution on growth performance and sorting behaviors of holstein dairy heifers. Journal of Dairy Science. ADSA/ASAS Joint Meeting, July 19-23, 2016. Salt Lake City, UT.
Cell wall chemical characteristics of whole-crop cereal silages harvested at three maturity stages Reprint Icon -
Wallsten, J., Hatfield, R.D. 2016. Cell wall chemical characteristics of whole-crop cereal silages harvested at three maturity stages. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 96(10):3604-3612.
Comparison of methods for glycogen analysis of in vitro fermentation pellets produced with strained ruminal inoculum Reprint Icon -
Hall, M., Hatfield, R.D. 2015. Comparison of methods for glycogen analysis of in vitro fermentation pellets produced with strained ruminal inoculum. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 118:147-151.
Cell wall composition and digestibility alterations in Brachypodium distachyon acheived through reduced expression of the UDP-arabinopyranose mutase -
Incorporation of p-coumarates into the cell walls of alfalfa changes the lignin composition -
Cell wall composition and digestibility alterations in Brachypodium distachyon achieved through reduced expression of the UDP-arabinopyranose mutase Reprint Icon -
Rancour, D.M., Hatfield, R.D., Marita, J.M., Rohr, N.A., Schmitz, R.J. 2015. Cell wall composition and digestibility alterations in Brachypodium distachyon achieved through reduced expression of the UDP-arabinopyranose mutase. Frontiers in Plant Science. 6:446. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00446.
Redesigning alfalfa to reduce protein losses -
Hatfield, R.D., Sullivan, M.L. 2015. Redesigning alfalfa to reduce protein losses. Progressive Forage Grower. 16(6):40.
Harvesting alfalfa leaves separately from stems -
Hatfield, R.D. 2015. Harvesting alfalfa leaves separately from stems. Progressive Forage Grower. April (special insert; no page number).
Enhancing biomass utilization for bioenergy-crop rotation systems and alternative conversion processes -
Hatfield, R.D. 2015. Enhancing biomass utilization for bioenergy - crop rotation systems and alternative conversion processes. In: Biernat, K., editor. Biofuels - Status and Perspective. Chapter 25. Rijeka, Croatia:InTech. p. 547-567.
Improving ethanol production from alfalfa stems via ambient-temperature acid pretreatment and washing -
Zhou, S., Weimer, P.J., Hatfield, R.D., Runge, T.M., Digman, M. 2014. Improving ethanol production from alfalfa stems via ambient-temperature acid pretreatment and washing. Bioresource Technology. 170:286-292.
Novel entries in a fungal biofilm matrix encyclopedia -
Zarnowski, R., Westler, W.M., Lacmbouh, G.A., Marita, J.M., Bothe, J., Bernhardt, J., Sahraoui, A., Fontaine, J., Sanchez, H., Hatfield, R.D., Ntambi, J.M., Nett, J.E., Mitchell, A.P., Andes, D.R. 2014. Novel entries in a fungal biofilm matrix encyclopedia. mBio. 5(4):e01333-14.
Producing ethanol from alfalfa stems with an acid ensilage pretreatment -
Zhou, S., Weimer, P.J., Hatfield, R.D., Runge, T. 2014. Producing ethanol from alfalfa stems with an acid ensilage pretreatment. Proceedings of the 248th National Meeting of American Chemical Society. p. 304.
Identification and suppression of the p-coumaroyl-CoA: hydroxycinnamyl alcohol transferase in Zea mays L. Reprint Icon -
Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D., Rancour, D.M., Frost, K. 2014. Identification and suppression of the p-coumaroyl-CoA: hydroxycinnamyl alcohol transferase in Zea mays L. Plant Journal. 78(5):850-864.
Wet fractionation for improved utilization of alfalfa leaves Reprint Icon -
Digman, M.F., Runge, T.M., Shinners, K.J., Hatfield, R.D. 2013. Wet fractionation for improved utilization of alfalfa leaves. Biological Engineering (ASABE). 6(1):29-42.
Proteomic analysis of cell walls of two developmental stages of alfalfa stems Reprint Icon -
Verdonk, J.C., Hatfield, R.D., Sullivan, M.L. 2012. Proteomic analysis of cell walls of two developmental stages of alfalfa stems. Frontiers in Plant Science. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2012.00279.
Cell wall composition throughout development for the model grass Brachypodium distachyon Reprint Icon -
Rancour, D.M., Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D. 2012. Cell wall composition throughout development for the model grass Brachypodium distachyon. Frontiers in Plant Science. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2012.00266.
Sodium hydroxide pretreatment of genetically modified switchgrass for improved enzymatic release of sugars Reprint Icon -
Wang, Z., Li, R., Xu, J., Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D., Qu, R., Cheng, J.J. 2012. Sodium hydroxide pretreatment of genetically modified switchgrass for improved enzymatic release of sugars. Bioresource Technology. 110:364-370.
Polyphenol oxidase activity in co-ensiled temperate grasses -
Co-ensiling temperate grasses to improve protein use efficiency in ruminants -
Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D., Brink, G.E., Mertens, D.R. 2012. Co-ensiling temperate grasses to improve protein use efficiency in ruminants. In: Proceedings of the XVI International Silage Conference, July 2-4, 2012, Hameenlina, Finland. p. 132-133.
On-farm acidification and anaerobic storage for preservation and improved conversion of switchgrass into ethanol Reprint Icon -
Digman, M.F., Dien, B.S., Hatfield, R.D. 2012. On-farm acidification and anaerobic storage for preservation and improved conversion of switchgrass into ethanol. Biological Engineering (ASABE). 5(1):47-58.
Concentrations and apparent digestibility of lignin and carbohydrate fractions in cell walls of whole-crop cereal silages -
Wallsten, J., Hatfield, R.D. 2011. Concentrations and apparent digestibility of lignin and carbohydrate fractions in cell walls of whole-crop cereal silages. Journal of Dairy Science. 94(E-Supplement 1):233-234.
Incorporation of Monolignol Conjugates into Lignin for Improved Processing -
Ralph, J., Grabber, J.H., Hatfield, R.D., Lu, F., Kim, H., Marita, J.M., Wilkerson, C. 2010. Incorporation of Monolignol Conjugates into Lignin for Improved Processing. In: Proceedings of the XII Cell Wall Meeting, Porto, Portugal, 25-30 July 2010. Paper T12, p.8.
On-farm Preservation and Pretreatment of Perennial Grasses for Fuel Ethanol Production -
Enzymatic Processes Involved in the Incorporation of Hydroxycinnamates into Grass Cell Walls Reprint Icon -
Hatfield, R.D., Marita, J.M. 2010. Enzymatic Processes Involved in the Incorporation of Hydroxycinnamates into Grass Cell Walls. Phytochemistry Reviews. 9:35-45.
Optimizing On-farm Pretreatment of Perennial Grasses for Fuel Ethanol Production -
Digman, M.F., Shinners, K.J., Casler, M.D., Dien, B.S., Hatfield, R.D., Jung, H.G., Muck, R.E., Weimer, P.J. 2010. Optimizing On-farm Pretreatment of Perennial Grasses for Fuel Ethanol Production. Bioresource Technology. 101:5305-5314.
Reduced Lignin Alfalfa - Update -
Martin, N.P., Hatfield, R.D., Undersander, D.J. 2010. Reduced Lignin Alfalfa - Update. In: Proceedings of 2010 Symposium of the Midwest Forage Association, January 26-27, 2010, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. Midwest Forage Association Presentations, Tuesday, 2.
In Vitro Proteolytic Inhibition, Polyphenol Oxidase Activity, and Soluble O-Diphenols in Grasses and Cereals -
Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D., Brink, G.E. 2010. In Vitro Proteolytic Inhibition, Polyphenol Oxidase Activity, and Soluble O-Diphenols in Grasses and Cereals. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. 58:959-966.
Progress report on reduced-lignin alfalfa: part 1, plant modifications -
Riday, H., Hatfield, R.D. 2009. Progress report on reduced-lignin alfalfa: part 1, plant modifications. Forage Focus. May. p. 2-3.
Incorporation of Monolignol Conjugates into Lignin for Improved Processing -
Ralph, J., Grabber, J.H., Lu, F., Kim, H., Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D. 2009. Incorporation of Monolignol Conjugates into Lignin for Improved Processing. Proceedings of IUFRO Rusts of Pines Conference. p. 11.
Comparing Corn Types for Differences in Cell Wall Characteristics and p-Coumaroylation of Lignin Reprint Icon -
Hatfield, R.D., Chaptman, A.K. 2009. Comparing Corn Types for Differences in Cell Wall Characteristics and p-Coumaroylation of Lignin. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 57(10):4243-4249.
Grass Lignin Acylation: p-Coumaroyl Transferase Activity and Cell Wall Characteristics of C3 and C4 Grasses -
Hatfield, R.D., Marita, J.M., Frost, K., Grabber, J.H., Ralph, J., Lu, F., Kim, H. 2009. Grass Lignin Acylation: p-Coumaroyl Transferase Activity and Cell Wall Characteristics of C3 and C4 Grasses. Planta. 229:1253-1267.
Incorporation of Monolignol Conjugates into Lignin for Improved Processing -
Ralph, J., Grabber, J.H., Lu, F., Kim, H., Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D. 2009. Incorporation of Monolignol Conjugates into Lignin for Improved Processing. In: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Symposium on Wood, Fiber, and Pulping Chemistry, June 15-18, 2009, Oslo, Norway. Paper O-014.
SOYBEAN STEM LIGNIN CONCENTRATION RELATES TO RESISTANCE TO SCLEROTINIA SCLEROTIORUM -
Peltier, A.J., Hatfield, R.D., Grau, C.R. 2009. Soybean stem lignin concentration relates to resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. Plant Disease. 93(2):149-154.
CHARACTERIZATION OF P-COUMARATE ACCUMULATION, P-COUMAROYL TRANSFERASE, AND CELL WALL CHANGES DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF CORN STEMS -
Hatfield, R.D., Marita, J.M., Frost, K. 2008. Characterization of p-coumarate accumulation, p-coumaroyl transferase, and cell wall changes during the development of corn stems. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 88:2529-2537.
Coniferyl Ferulate Incorporation into Lignin Enhances the Alkaline Delignification and Enzymatic Degradation of Cell Walls -
Grabber, J.H., Hatfield, R.D., Ralph, J., Lu, F. 2008. Coniferyl Ferulate Incorporation into Lignin Enhances the Alkaline Delignification and Enzymatic Degradation of Cell Walls. Biomacromolecules. 9:2510-2516.
A POTENTIAL ROLE FOR SINAPYL P-COUMARATE AS A RADICAL TRANSFER MECHANISM IN GRASS LIGNIN FORMATION -
Hatfield, R.D., Ralph, J., Grabber, J.H. 2008. A potential role for sinapyl p-coumarate as a radical transfer mechanism in grass lignin formation. Planta. 228(6):919-928.
VARIABILITY OF GRASS LIGNIN ACYLATION -
Hatfield, R.D., Marita, J.M., Frost, K. 2008. Variability of grass lignin acylation [abstract]. The Pan American Congress on Plants and Bioenergy, June 22-25, 2008, Merida, Mexico. Abstract M705, p. 36.
A NOVEL RED CLOVER HYDROXYCINNAMOYL TRANSFERASE HAS ENZYMATIC ACTIVITIES CONSISTENT WITH A ROLE IN PHASALIC ACID [2-O-(CAFFEOYL)-L-MALATE] BIOSYNTHESIS -
Sullivan, M.L., Hatfield, R.D. 2008. A novel red clover hydroxycinnamoyl transferase has enzymatic activities consistent with a role in phasalic acid [2-o-(caffeoyl)-l-malate] biosynthesis [abstract]. Gordon Research Conference on Plant Molecular Biology, July 13-18, 2008, Holderness, New Hampshire.
CHARACTERISTICS OF POLYPHENOL OXIDASES -
Hatfield, R.D., Sullivan, M.L., Schmitz, G. 2008. Characteristics of polyphenol oxidases [abstract]. The 2008 Joint Meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists and the Sociedad Mexicana de Bioquimica Rama: Bioquimica y Biologia Molecular de Plantas, June 26-July 1, 2008, Merida, Mexico. Abstract P04010. p. 103.
CHARACTERIZATION OF A p-COUMAROYL TRANSFERASE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INCORPORATION OF pCA INTO GRASS CELL WALLS -
Hatfield, R.D., Marita, J.M. 2008. Characterization of a p-coumaroyl transferase responsible for the incorporation of pCA into grass cell walls [abstract]. Ferulate '08: An International Conference on Hydroxycinnamates and Related Plant Phenolics, August 25-27, 2008, Minneapolis, Minnesota. p. 53.
COPOLYMERIZATION OF CONIFERYL FERULATE WITH MONOLIGNOLS: IMPACT ON LIGNIN FORMATION AND ALKALINE DELIGNIFICATION OF MAIZE CELL WALLS -
Grabber, J. H., Ralph, J., Hatfield, R. D., Lu, F. 2008. Copolymerization of coniferyl ferulate with monolignols: impact on lignin formation and alkaline delignification of maize cell walls. Proceedings of Ferulate '08. p. 36.
Coniferyl ferulate incorporation into lignin dramatically enhances the delignification and enzymatic hydrolysis of maize cell walls -
Grabber, J. H., Hatfield, R. D., Ralph, J., Lu, F. 2008. Coniferyl ferulate incorporation into lignin dramatically enhances the delignification and enzymatic hydrolysis of maize cell walls [abstract]. Proceedings of Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals Symposium. 8(05):56.
ALFALFA: FORAGE CROP OF THE FUTURE Reprint Icon -
Martin, N.P., Mertens, D.R., Hatfield, R.D., Jung, H.J. 2008. Alfalfa: forage crop of the future. In: Proceedings of the 28th Kentucky Alfalfa Conference, February 21, 2008, Cave City, Kentucky, p. 17-26.
CLONING OF AN ALFALFA POLYPHENOL OXIDASE GENE AND EVALUATION OF ITS POTENTIAL IN PREVENTING POSTHARVEST PROTEIN DEGRADATION -
Sullivan, M.L., Hatfield, R.D., Samac, D.A. 2008. Cloning of an alfalfa polyphenol oxidase gene and evaluation of its potential in preventing postharvest protein degradation. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 88(8):1406-1414.
DESIGNING LIGNINS FOR IMPROVED BIOMASS PROCESSING -
Ralph, J., Hatfield, R.D., Grabber, J.H., Lu, F., Kim, H., Marita, J.M. 2008. Designing lignins for improved biomass processing. In: Proceedings of the Funcfiber 2008 International Symposium on the Biology and Biotechnology of Wood, March 10-12, 2008, Umea, Sweden. p. 14
THREE POLYPHENOL OXIDASES FROM RED CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM PRATENSE) DIFFER IN ENZYMATIC ACTIVITIES AND ACTIVATION PROPERTIES -
Schmitz, G.E., Sullivan, M.L., Hatfield, R.D. 2008. Three polyphenol oxidases from red clover (Trifolium pratense) differ in enzymatic activities and activation properties. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56(1):272-280.
CHARACTERISTICS OF POLYPHENOL OXIDASES FROM RED CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM PRATENSE) -
Schmitz, G.E., Hatfield, R.D., Sullivan, M.L. 2007. Characteristics of polyphenol oxidases from red clover (Trifolium pratense)[abstract]. In: Program and Abstract Book of the Plant Biology and Botany 2007 Joint Congress, July 8-11, 2007, Chicago, Illinois. p. 23.
LIGNIN ACYLATION IN GRASSES -
Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D., Frost, K.E. 2007. Lignin acylation in grasses [abstract]. In: Program and Abstract Book of the Plant Biology and Botany 2007 Joint Congress, July 8-11, 2007, Chicago, Illinois. p. 106.
Red clover polyphenol oxidase reduces ruminal lipolysis in in vitro batch culture -
Lee, M.R., Minchin, F.R., Hatfield, R.D., Sullivan, M.L. 2007. Red clover polyphenol oxidase reduces ruminal lipolysis in in vitro batch culture. In: Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science. April 2-4, 2007, Southport, United Kingdom. p. 25.
ON-FARM PRETREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR IMPROVING ENZYMATIC DIGESTIBILITY OF CELLULOSE AND HEMICELLULOSE PRESENT IN PERENNIAL GRASS -
Digman, M.F., Shinners, K.J., Dien, B.S., Hatfield, R.D., Li, X., Muck, R.E., Weimer, P.J. 2007. On-farm pretreatment technologies for improving enzymatic digestibility of cellulose and hemicellulose present in perennial grass. In: Proceedings of 2007 Annual Meeting of American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, June 17, 2007, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Paper No. 071021.
NUTRITIONAL CHEMISTRY OF FORAGES -
Hatfield, R.D., Jung, H.G., Broderick, G.A., Jenkins, T. 2007. Nutritional chemistry of forages. In: Barnes, R.F., Nelson, C.J., Moore, K.J., Collins, M., editors. The Science of Grassland Agriculture. Sixth Edition of Forages, Volume II. Ames, IA:Blackwell Publishing. p. 467-485.
CELL-WALL COMPOSITION OF SMOOTH BROMEGRASS PLANTS SELECTED FOR DIVERGENT FIBER CONCENTRATION -
Casler, M.D., Hatfield, R.D. 2006. Cell-wall composition of smooth bromegrass plants selected for divergent fiber concentration. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. 54:8206-8211.
Transforming Forage Plants to Increase Nitrogen Utilization in Dairy Systems: What Are the Possibilities? -
Hatfield, R.D., Grabber, J.H., Sullivan, M.L., Waghorn, G., Mccaslin, M. 2006. Transforming Forage Plants to Increase Nitrogen Utilization in Dairy Systems: What Are the Possibilities? Journal of Dairy Science. 89(supplement 1):633.
MICROGRAVITY EFFECTS ON LEAF MORPHOLOGY, CELL STRUCTURE, CARBON METABOLISM AND MRNA EXPRESSION OF DWARF WHEAT -
Stutte, G.W., Monje, O., Hatfield, R.D., Paul, A.-L., Ferl, R.J., Simone, C.G. 2006. Microgravity effects on leaf morphology, cell structure, carbon metabolism and mRNA expression of dwarf wheat. Planta. 224:1038-1049.
REINVENTING ALFALFA FOR DAIRY CATTLE AND NOVEL USES -
Martin, N.P., Hatfield, R.D., Mertens, D.R. 2005. Reinventing alfalfa for dairy cattle and novel uses. Proceedings of the 35th California Alfalfa & Forage Symposium. p. 299-311.
POLYPHENOL OXIDASE AND O-DIPHENOLS INHIBIT POST-HARVEST PROTEOLYSIS IN RED CLOVER AND ALFALFA -
Sullivan, M.L., Hatfield, R.D. 2006. Polyphenol oxidase and o-diphenols inhibit post-harvest proteolysis in red clover and alfalfa. Crop Science. 46:662-670.
LIGNIN ACYLATION IN GRASSES -
Hatfield, R.H., Marita, J.M., Frost, K. 2005 Lignin acylation in grasses [abstract]. Cell Wall Biosynthesis Meeting, Paper No.78
POLYPHENOL OXIDASE ACTIVITY, O-DIPHENOLS, BROWNING, AND IN VITRO PROTEOLYTIC INHIBITION IN GRASSES -
Hatfield, R.D., Marita, J.M., Brink, G.E. 2005. Polyphenol oxidase activity, o-diphenols, browning, and in vitro proteolytic inhibition in grasses [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meetings. Paper No. 241-3.
DETERMINATION OF POLYPHENOL OXIDASE ACTIVITY (PPO) AND PROTEOLYTIC INHIBITION IN GRASSES -
Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D., Brink, G.E. 2005. Determination of polyphenol oxidase activity (PPO) and proteolytic inhibition in grasses [abstract]. Plant Biology. p. 210.
USING THE RED CLOVER POLYSHENOL OXIDASE GENE TO INHIBIT PROTEOLYTIC ACTIVITY IN ALFALFA -
Hatfield, R.D., Sullivan, M.L. Muck, R.E. 2005. Using the red clover polyphenol oxidase gene to inhibit proteolytic activity in alfalfa. In: Park, R.S., Stronge, M.D., editors. Silage Production and Utilization. XIVth International Silage Conference, a Satellite Workshop of the XXth International Grassland Congress, July 2005, Belfast, Northern Ireland. p. 212.
USDA ARS NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT RESEARCH LABORATOY 50% SUBMISSION -
Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D., Brink, G.E. 2005. Polyphenol oxidase activity and in vitro proteolytic inhibition in grasses [abstract]. XIVth International Silage Conference. p. 210.
POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF PLANT MODIFICATION OF ALFALFA AND CORN SILAGE TO DAIRY DIETS -
Hartnell, G.F., Hatfield, R.D., Mertens, D.R., and Martin, N.P. 2005. Potential benefits of plant modification of alfalfa and corn silage to dairy diets. In: Proceedings of the 20th Southwest Nutrition and Management Conference, University of Arizona, Tucson. p. 156-172.
METHYL ESTERIFICATION DIVERGENTLY AFFECTS THE DEGRADABILITY OF PECTIC URONOSYLS IN NONLIGNIFIED AND LIGNIFIED MAIZE WALLS -
Grabber, J.H. and R.D. Hatfield. 2005. Methyl Esterification Divergently Affects the Degradability of Pectic Uronosyls in Nonlignified and Lignified Maize Walls. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. 53: 1546-1549
POLYPHENOL OXIDASE ACTIVITY AND IN VITRO PROTEOLYTIC INHIBITION IN GRASSES -
Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D., Brink, G.E. 2005. Polyphenol oxidase activity and in vitro proteolytic inhibition in grasses. In: O'Mara, F.P., Wilkins, L., 't Mannetje, D.K., Lovett, R.A., Rogers, M., Boland, T.J., editors. XX International Grassland Congress: Offered Papers. Paper# 220.
CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF RED CLOVER POLYPHENOL OXIDASE CDNAS AND EXPRESSION OF ACTIVE PROTEIN IN ESCHERICHIA COLI AND TRANSGENIC ALFALFA -
Sullivan, M.L., Hatfield, R.D., Thoma, S., Samac, D.A. 2004. Cloning of red clover polyphenol oxidase cdnas and expression of active protein in escherichia coli and transgenic alfalfa. Plant Physiology. 136:3234-3244.
PEROXIDASE-DEPENDENT CROSS-LINKING REACTIONS OF P-HYDROXYCINNAMATES IN PLANT CELL WALLS -
Ralph, J., Bunzel, M., Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D., Lu, F., Kim, H., Schatz, P.F., Grabber, J.H., Steinhart, H. 2004. Peroxidase-dependent cross-linking reactions of p-hydroxycinnamates in plant cell walls. Phytochemistry Reviews. 3:79-96
LIGNINS AND FERULATE-CONIFERYL ALCOHOL CROSS-COUPLING PRODUCTS IN CEREAL GRAINS -
Bunzel, M., Ralph, J., Lu, F., Hatfield, R.D., Steinhart, H. 2004. Lignins and ferulate-coniferyl alcohol cross-coupling products in cereal grains. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 52:6496-6502.
POLYPHENOL OXIDASE AND O-DIPHENOLS INHIBIT POST-HARVEST PROTEOLYSIS IN RED CLOVER AND ALFALFA -
Sullivan, M.L., Hatfield, R.D., Muck, R.E. Polyphenol oxidase and o-diphenols inhibit post-harvest proteolysis in red clover and alfalfa. 2004. North American Alfalfa Improvement Conference. Available: www.naaic.org/meeting/National/2004NAAIC8TC/2004abstracts/msullivan.pdf.
PROTEIN-BINDING POLYPHENOLS ENHANCE NITROGEN CYCLING AND PROFITABILITY OF DAIRY FARMS -
Grabber, J.H., Broderick, G.A., Sullivan, M.L., Hatfield, R.D., Powell, J.M., Rotz, C.A., Muck, R.E., Ehlke, N.J. 2004. Protein-binding polyphenols enhance nitrogen cycling and profitability of dairy farms. In: 228th ACS National Meeting, August 22-26, 2004, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2004 CDROM.
LIGNINS: NATURAL POLYMERS FROM OXIDATIVE COUPLING OF 4-HYDROXYPHENYLPROPANOIDS -
Ralph, J., Lundquist, K., Brunow, G., Lu, F., Kim, H., Schatz, P.F., Marita, J.M., Hatfield, R.D., Ralph, S.A., Christensen, J.H., Boerjan, W. 2004. Lignins: natural polymers from oxidative coupling of 4-hydroxyphenylpropanoids. Phytochemistry Reviews 3(1):29-60.
POLYMERIZATION RATE AND PH EFFECTS ON LIGNIN FORMATION AND LIGNIN-MATRIX INTERACTIONS IN MAIZE WALLS -
APOPLASTIC PH AND MONOLIGNOL ADDITION RATE EFFECTS ON LIGNIN FORMATION AND CELL WALL DEGRADABILITY IN MAIZE -
Grabber, J.H., Hatfield, R.D., Ralph, J. 2003. Apoplastic ph and monolignol addition rate effects on lignin formation and cell wall degradability in maize. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 51:4984-4989.
CLONING OF RED CLOVER AND ALFALFA POLYPHENOL OXIDASE GENES AND EXPRESSION OF ACTIVE ENZYMES IN TRANSGENIC ALFALFA -
Sullivan, M.L., Thoma, S., Samac, D.A., Hatfield, R.D. 2004. Cloning of red clover and alfalfa polyphenol oxidase genes and expression of active enzymes in transgenic alfalfa. In: Hopkins, A., Wang, Z-Y., Mian, R., Sledge, M., Barker, R.W. editors. Molecular Breeding of Forage and Turf. Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers. p. 189-195.
ALFALFA POLYPHENOL OXIDASE IS EXPRESSED IN FLOWERS AND DEVELOPING SEEDS -
SULLIVAN,M.L., EVANS,M., THOMA,S., HATFIELD,R.D., ALFALFA POLYPHENOL OXIDASE IS EXPRESSED IN FLOWERS AND DEVELOPING SEEDS, MEETING ABSTRACT, 2003.
MODIFICATIONS IN LIGNIN OF TRANSGENIC ALFALFA DOWN-REGULATED IN COMT AND CCOAOMT -
MARITA, J.M., RALPH, J., HATFIELD, R.D., GUO, D., CHEN, F., DIXON, R. MODIFICATIONS IN LIGNIN OF TRANSGENIC ALFALFA DOWN-REGULATED IN COMT AND CCOAOMT. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON WOOD AND PULPING CHEMISTRY. 2003.
DETERMINING THE ROLE OF P-COUMARYL TRANSFERASE IN LIGNIFICATION OF GRASSES -
CLONING OF RED CLOVER AND ALFALFA POLYPHENOL OXIDASE GENES AND EXPRESSION OF ACTIVE ENZYMES IN TRANSGENIC ALFALFA -
Sullivan, M.L., Thoma, S., Samac, D., Hatfield, R.D. Cloning of red clover and alfalfa polyphenol oxidase genes and expression of active enzymes in transgenic alfalfa. Molecular Breeding of Forage and Turf Conference. 2003. p. 189-195
REDESIGNING ALFALFA FOR DAIRY CATTLE -
Martin, N.P., Hatfield, R.D., Mertens, D.R. 2003. Redesigning alfalfa for dairy cattle. In: Land O Lakes Feed Division Leading Producer Conference, January 21, 2003, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. p. 1-3.
NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTRA OF TWO TYPES OF LIGNIN -
FUKUSHIMA, R.S., HATFIELD, R.D. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTRA OF TWO TYPES OF LIGNIN. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira. 2003a. v. 38. p. 505-511.
PHENOLIC COMPOSITION OF DIOXANE LIGNINS AS DETERMINED BY NITROBENZENE OXIDATIVE REACTION -
FUKUSHIMA, R.S., HATFIELD, R.D. PHENOLIC COMPOSITION OF DIOXANE LIGNINS AS DETERMINED BY NITROBENZENE OXIDATIVE REACTION. MEETING ABSTRACT. 2003b. v. 38. p. 373-378.
VARIATIONS IN THE CELL WALL COMPOSITION OF MAIZE BROWN MIDRIB MUTANTS -
MARITA, J.M., VERMERRIS, W., RALPH, J., HATFIELD, R.D. VARIATIONS IN THE CELL WALL COMPOSITION OF MAIZE BROWN MIDRIB MUTANTS. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. 2003. v. 51. p. 1313-1321. v. 51. pp. 1313-1321.
MODIFICATIONS IN LIGNIN OF TRANSGENIC ALFALFA DOWNREGULATED IN CAFFEIC ACID 3-0-METHYLTRANSFERASE AND CAFFEOYL COENZYME A 3-0-METHYLTRANSFERASE -
SINAPATE DEHYDRODIMERS AND SINAPALE-FERULATE HETERODIMERS IN CEREAL DIETARY FIBER -
STRUCTURAL AND COMPOSITIONAL MODIFICATIONS IN LIGNIN OF TRANSGENIC ALFALFA DOWN-REGULATED IN CAFFEIC ACID 3-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE AND CAFFEOYL COA 3-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE -
MODEL STUDIES OF FERULATE-CONIFERYL ALCOHOL CROSS PRODUCT FORMATION IN PRIMARY MAIZE WALLS: IMPLICATIONS FOR LIGNIFICATION IN GRASSES -
CHANGES IN CARBOHYDRATE COORDINATED PARTITIONING AND CELL WALL REMODELING WITH STRESS-INDUCED PATHOGENESIS IN WHEAT SHEATHS -
CHARACTERIZATION OF RED CLOVER POLYPHENOL OXIDASE -
CLONING OF RED CLOVER POLYPHENOL OXIDASE CDNAS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ACTIVE PROTEIN EXPRESSED IN TRANSGENIC ALFALFA -
ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF POLYPHENOL OXIDASE GENES FROM ALFALFA -
NMR PROOF THAT LIGNINS OF COMT-DEFICIENT TRANSGENIC AND MUTANT ANGIOSPERMS INCORPORATE 5-HYDROXCONIFERYL ALCOHOL -
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND ENZYMATIC DEGRADABILITY OF XYLEM AND NON-XYLEM WALLS ISOLATED FROM ALFALFA INTERNODES -
5-HYDROXYCONIFERYL ALCOHOL AS A MONOLIGNOL IN COMT-DEFICIENT ANGIOSPERMS -
LIGNIN FORMATION IN PLANTS: THE DILEMMA OF LINKAGE SPECIFICITY -
EXTRACTION AND ISOLATION OF LIGNIN FOR UTILIZATION AS A STANDARD TO I DETERMINE LIGNIN CONCENTRATION USING THE ACETYL BROMIDE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD -
ELUCIDATION OF NEW STRUCTURES IN LIGNINS OF CAD- AND COMT- DEFICIENT PLANTS BY NMR -
URONATE METHYL ESTERS AND BENZYL-URONATE CROSS-LINKS RESTRICT THE ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS OF PECTIN IN CELL WALLS -
CROSS-LINKING OF MAIZE WALLS BY FERULATE DIMERIZATION AND INCORPORATION INTO LIGNIN -
DIFERULATES ANALYSIS: NEW DIFERULATES AND DISINAPATES IN INSOLUBLE CEREAL FIBER -
SYRINGYL LIGNIN AND POOL SIZES OF SINAPIC ACID AND SINAPYL ALCOHOL IN ARABIDOPSIS RELATED TO HR SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION AND CELL DEATH RESPONSES -
THE ROLES OF FERULATES IN CROSS-LINKING CELL WALL POLYSACCHARIDES -
IDENTIFICATION AND PURIFICATION OF A BACTERIOCIN FROM THE RUMINAL CELLULOLYTIC BACTERIUM RUMINOCOCCUS ALBUS 7. -
FERULATES IN CORN SEED TISSUES -
DIFERULATES AS STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS IN SOLUBLE AND INSOLUBLE CEREAL DIETARY FIBRE -
FERMENTATION OF A BACTERIAL CELLULOSE/XYLAN COMPOSITE BY MIXED RUMINAL MICROFLORA: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ROLE OF POLYSACCHARIDE MATRIX INTERACTIONSIN PLANT CELL WALL BIODEGRADABILITY -
LAX LEAF MAIZE: CELL WALL COMPOSITION AND NUTRITIONAL VALUE -
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND DEGRADABILITY OF XYLEM AND NONXYLEM -
NMR CHARACTERIZATION OF LIGNINS IN ARABIDOPSIS ALTERED IN THE ACTIVITY OF FERULATE 5-HYDROXYLASE -
CHARACTERIZING PROTEOLYTIC INHIBITION IN RED CLOVER SILAGE -
ARE LIGNINS OPTICALLY ACTIVE? -
LIGNIN STRUCTURE IN LIGNIN-BIOSYNTHETIC-PATHWAY MUTANTS AND TRANSGENICS; NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENGINEERING LIGNINS -
ARE LIGNINS OPTICALLY ACTIVE? -
ARE LIGNINS OPTICALLY ACTIVE? -
YIELD, COMPOSITION AND DIGESTION OF BERMUDAGRASS: EFFECTS OF BERMUDAGRASS CULTIVAR...ON YIELD, IN VITRO AND IN SITU DIGESTION, NUTRIENT AND CELL WALLCOMPOSITION AND FEED INTAKE AND DIGESTION BY GROWING BEEF STEERS -
COMPARISON OF TIFTON 85 AND COASTAL BERMUDAGRASS FOR YIELD, NUTRIENT PARAMETERS, INTAKE, AND DIGESTION BY GROWING BEEF STEERS -
NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENGINEERING LIGNINS? -
NMR CHARACTERIZATION OF ALTERED LIGNINS EXTRACTED FROM TOBACCO PLANTS DOWN-REGULATED FOR LIGNIFICATION ENZYMES CINNAMYL-ALCOHOL DEHYDROGENASE ANDCINNAMOYL-COA-REDUCTASE -
SOLUTION-STATE NMR OF LIGNINS -
CELL WALL CROSS-LINKING BY FERULATES AND DEHYDRODIFERULATES IN GRASSES -
MODELING THE FEASIBILITY OF INTRAMOLECULAR DEHYDRODIFERULATE FORMATION IN GRASS WALLS -
COMPOSITION OF CELL WALLS ISOLATED FROM CELL TYPES OF GRAIN SORGHUM STEMS -
EFFECT OF ENZYME OR MICROBIAL TREATMENT OF BERMUDAGRASS FORAGES BEFORE ENSILING ON NUTRIENT COMPOSITION, CELL WALL CHEMISTRY AND IN SITU DIGESTIONKINETICS -
CELL WALL STRUCTURAL FOUNDATIONS: MOLECULAR BASIS FOR IMPROVING FORAGE DIGESTIBILITIES -
MODELING CELL WALL COMPONENT INTERACTIONS -
ROLE OF FERULATES IN CELL WALL CROSS-LINKING, LIGNIFICATION, AND DEGRADATION -
MODELING THE FEASIBILITY OF INTRAMOLECULAR DEHYDRODIFERULATE FORMATION IN GRASS WALLS -
CELL WALL MODELING, PEROXIDASE EXPRESSION AND APOPLASTIC LEVELS OF CARBOHYDRATES IN A PATHOGENIC ASSOCIATION WITH A FUNGAL ENDOPHYTE IN WHEAT SHEATHS -
MAKING BETTER SILAGE: FOLLOWING THE CLUES IN RED CLOVER -
FERULATE CROSS-LINKS LIMIT THE ENZYMATIC DEGRADATION OF SYNTHETICALLY LIGNIFIED PRIMARY WALLS OF MAIZE -
NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENGINEERING LIGNINS -
CELL WALL CROSS-LINKING IN GRASSES BY FERULATES AND DEHYDRODIFERULATES -
SEVERE INHIBITION OF MAIZE WALL DEGRADATION BY SYNTHETIC LIGNINS FORMED WITH CONIFERALDEHYDE -
UTILIZING THE ACETYL BROMIDE ASSAY TO DETERMINE LIGNIN CONCENTRATIONS IN HERBACEOUS PLANTS: SOME CAUTIONARY NOTES -
THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF FORAGE QUALITY: STRUCTURAL FOUNDATION FOR IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES -
MOLECULAR BASIS FOR FORAGE QUALITY: CELL WALL STRUCTURAL FOUNDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES -
DIFERULATE CROSS-LINKS IMPEDE THE HYDROLYSIS OF NONLIGNIFIED MAIZE WALLS BY FUNGAL ENZYMES -
FERULOYLATED ARABINOXYLANS AS INTERMEDIARIES IN CELL WALL CROSS-LINKING AND LIGNIN FORMATION IN GRASSES -
A POTENTIAL ROLE OF SINAPYL P-COUMARATE IN GRASS LIGNIN FORMATION -
FURTHER CHARACTERIZATION OF LIGNIFICATION IN TRACHEARY ELEMENTS DIFFERENTIATING IN CULTURE -
USING THE ACETYL BROMIDE ASSAY TO DETERMINE LIGNIN CONCENTRATIONS IN HERBACEOUS PLANTS: SOME CAUTIONARY NOTES -
ABNORMAL LIGNIN IN A LOBLOLLLY PINE MUTANT -
FERULATES AND DIFERULATES AS NUCLEATION SITES FOR LIGNIFICATION IN GRASSES -
MOLECULAR BASIS OF FORAGE QUALITY: CELL WALL STRUCTURAL FOUNDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES -
FERULATE CROSS-LINKING IN GRASSES: CHEMISTRY, IMPACT ON DEGRADABILITY, ANDGENETIC MANIPULATION -
P-HYDROXYPHENYL, GUAIACYL, AND SYRINGYL LIGNINS HAVE SIMILAR INHIBITORY EFFECTS ON WALL DEGRADABILITY -
CELL WALL CROSS-LINKING IN GRASSES BY FERULATES AND DIFERULATES -
MODELING LIGNIFICATION IN GRASSES WITH DEHYDROGENATION POLYMER-CELL WALL COMPLEXES -
KENAF'S UNUSUAL LIGNIN -
EXCRETION OF PURINE DERIVATIVES BY HOLSTEIN COWS ABOMASALLY INFUSED WITH INCREMENTAL AMOUNTS OF PURINES -
IMPROVING FORAGE FIBER DIGESTIBILITY -
STRUCTURAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES OF CELL WALL TYPES DURING STEM DEVELOPMENT:CONSEQUENCES FOR FIBER DEGRADATION BY RUMEN MICROFLORA -
IMPROVING ALFALFA UTILIZATION: BIOCHEMICAL STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING ALFALFA UTILIZATION IN DAIRY PRODUCTION -
SDS SOLUBILIZED LIGNIN COMPLEXES FROM ALFALFA STEMS -
MECHANISMS OF POLYSACCHARIDE-POLYSACCHARIDE AND POLYSACCHARIDE-LIGNIN CROSS-LINKING IN GRASSES -
DEHYDROGENATION POLYMER-CELL WALL COMPLEXES AS A MODEL FOR LIGNIFIED GRASS WALLS -
MOLECULAR MODELLING OF DEHYDRODIFERULATES:ARE INTRAMOLECULAR DIMERS FEASIBLE WITHIN GRASS WALLS? -
ALTERING LIGNIN COMPOSITION, STRUCTURE AND CROSS-LINKING: POTENTIAL IMPACT ON CELL WALL DEGRADATION -
CELL WALL CROSS-LINKING IN GRASSES BY FERULATES AND DEHYDRODIFERULATES -
MODELLING CROSS-LINKS WITHIN WALL MATRICES:IMPACT UPON POLYSACCHARIDE DEGRADATION -
THE ANTI-CELLULOLYTIC FACTOR FROM CICER MILKVETCH IS AN ARABINOGALACTAN PROTEIN -
SEVERE INHIBITION OF FIBER DEGRADATION BY CINNAMYL ALDEHYDE CONTAINING LIGNINS -
DEHYDROGENATION POLYMER-CELL WALL COMPLEXES AS A MODEL FOR LIGNIFIED GRASS WALLS -
SEVERE INHIBITION OF FIBER DEGRADATION BY CINNAMYL ALDEHYDE CONTAINING LIGNINS -
FORMATION OF DEHYDRODIFERULES BY PEROXIDASES -
HEMICELLULOSES -
ANALYSIS OF FORAGE CROPS FOR PECTIN AND NONSTRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATES -
PECTIC POLYSACCHARIDES IN CELL WALLS OF FORAGE LEGUMES -
LIGNIN-FERULATE CROSS-LINKS IN GRASSES. PART 3. ACTIVE INCORPORATION OF FERULATE POLYSACCHARIDE ESTERS INTO RYEGRASS LIGNINS -
FERULATE CROSS-LINKING IN CELL WALLS ISOLATED FROM MAIZE CELL SUSPENSIONS -
FERULATE CROSS-LINKING LIMITS DEGRADATION OF LIGNIFIED GRASS WALLS BY FUNGAL HYDROLASES -
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