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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Charles R Howell (Charlie)
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Research Plant Pathologist

Phone: (979) 260-9233
Fax: (979) 260-9319
Room 102

2765 F&B RD
COLLEGE STATION , TX 778459593


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
EFFECT OF SEED QUALITY AND FUNGICIDE/TRICHODERMA SPP. SEED TREATMENTS ON PRE- AND POST-EMERGENCE DAMPING-OFF IN COTTON -
Howell, C.R. 2006. Effect of seed quality and fungicide/Trichoderma spp. seed treatments on pre- and post-emergence damping-off in cotton. Phytopathology. 97:66-71.
IDENTIFICATION OF PYTHIUM SPECIES ON WEST TEXAS PEANUTS AND SENSITIVITY OF ISOLATES TO MEFENOXAM AND AZOXYSTROBIN IN PETRI DISH ASSAYS. -
Wheeler, T.A., Howell, C.R., Cotton, J., Porter, D. 2005. Identification of Pythium species on West Texas peanuts and sensitivity of isolates to mefenoxam and azoxystrobin in petri dish assays. Peanut Science. 32(1):9-13.
A STUDY OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF "P" AND "Q" STRAINS OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS TO ACCOUNT FOR DIFFERENCES IN BIOLOGICAL CONTROL EFFICACY AGAINST COTTON SEEDLING DISEASES -
Howell, C.R., Puckhaber, L.S. 2005. A study of the characteristics of "P" and "Q" strains of Trichoderma virens to account for differences in biological control efficacy against cotton seedling diseases. Biological Control. 33:217-222.
COMPARATIVE BIOCONTROL EFFICACIES OF "P" AND "Q" STRAINS OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS IN THE BIOCONTROL OF COTTON SEEDLING DISEASES -
Howell, C.R., Puckhaber, L.S. 2005. Comparative biocontrol efficacies of "P" and "Q" strains of Trichoderma virens in the biocontrol of cotton seedling diseases [abstract]. Proceedings of Beltwide Cotton Conferences. p. 136.
UNDERSTANDING THE MECHANISMS EMPLOYED BY TRICHODERMA VIRENS TO EFFECT BIOLOGICAL CONTROL -
Howell, C.R. 2004. Understanding the mechanisms employed by Trichoderma virens to effect biological control [abstract]. Phytopathology. 94:S-138.
FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF SM1, A 16-KDA PROTEIN FROM TRICHODERMA VIRENS INVOLVED IN PLANT-ASSOCIATED INTERACTIONS -
Djonovic, S., Dangott, L.J., Howell, C.R., Kenerley, C.M. 2004. Functional characterization of SM1, a 16-kda protein from Trichoderma virens involved in plant-associated interactions [abstract]. American Phytopathological Society. 94(6):S26.
COTTON SEEDLING DISEASE CONTROL WITH BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL SEED TREATMENTS -
Howell, C.R. 2004. Cotton seedling disease control with biological/chemical seed treatments. Proceedings of Beltwide Cotton Conferences. January 5-9, 2004, San Antonio, Texas. National Cotton Council. 2004 CDROM. p. 421.
TRICHODERMA SPP. -- OPPORTUNISTIC AVIRULENT PLANT SYMBIONTS -
Harman, G.E., Howell, C.R., Viterbo, A., Chet, I., Lorito, M. 2004. Trichoderma spp.--opportunistic avirulent plant symbionts. Nature Reviews Microbiology. 2:43-56.
ELICITORS OF PLANT DEFENSE RESPONSES FROM BIOLOGICAL CONTROL STRAINS OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS -
Hanson, L.E., Howell, C.R. 2004. Elicitors of plant defense responses from biological control strains of trichoderma virens. Phytopathology.
BIOCONTROL OF PRE-EMERGENCE COTTON SEEDLING DISEASE BY METABOLISM OF PATHOGEN GERMINATION INDUCERS -
Howell, C.R., Puckhaber, L.S., Stipanovic, R.D. 2003. Biocontrol of pre-emergence cotton seedling disease by metabolism of pathogen germination inducers [abstract]. American Phytopathological Society Abstracts. 93(6):S37.
MECHANISMS EMPLOYED BY TRICHODERMA SPECIES IN THE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF PLANT DISEASES -
HOWELL, C.R. MECHANISMS EMPLOYED BY TRICHODERMA SPECIES IN THE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF PLANT DISEASES. PLANT DISEASE. 2003. V. 87. P. 4-10.
PRE-EMERGENCE DAMPING-OFF OF COTTON SEEDLINGS BY PYTHIUM SPP. AND RHIZOPUS ORYZAE -
HOWELL, C.R. PRE-EMERGENCE DAMPING-OFF OF COTTON SEEDLINGS BY PYTHIUM SPP. AND RHIZOPUS ORYZAE. CD-ROM. NATIONAL COTTON COUNCIL BELTWIDE COTTON CONFERENCES. 2003.
Toxicity of (+)- and (-)-gossypol to the plant pathogen, Rhizoctonia solani -
Puckhaber, L.S., Dowd, M.K., Stipanovic, R.D., Howell, C.R. 2002. Toxicity of (+)- and (-)-gossypol to the plant pathogen, Rhizoctonia solani. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 50(24)7017-7021.
PRE-EMERGENCE DAMPING OFF IN COTTON SEEDLINGS: CURRENT THINKING ABOUT CAUSES AND CONTROL -
HOWELL, C.R. PRE-EMERGENCE DAMPING OFF IN COTTON SEEDLINGS: CURRENT THINKING ABOUT CAUSES AND CONTROL. COTTON FARMING. MARCH 2002. P. 20.
TOXICITY OF (+)- AND (-)-GOSSYPOL TO RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI -
PUCKHABER, L., STIPANOVIC, R.D., DOWD, M.K., HOWELL, C.R. TOXICITY OF (+)- AND (-)-GOSSYPOL TO RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI. PROCEEDINGS OF BELTWIDE COTTON CONFERENCES. CD-ROM. MEMPHIS, TN: NATIONAL COTTON COUNCIL. 2002.
ECOLOGY AND BIOCONTROL OF PRE-EMERGENCE SEEDLING DISEASE PATHOGENS OF COTTON -
HOWELL, C.R. ECOLOGY AND BIOCONTROL OF PRE-EMERGENCE SEEDLING DISEASE PATHOGENS OF COTTON. PROCEEDINGS OF BELTWIDE COTTON CONFERENCES. CD-ROM. MEMPHIS, TN: NATIONAL COTTON COUNCIL. 2002. ABSTRACT.
COTTON SEEDLING PRE-EMERGENCE DAMPING-OFF INCITED BY RHIZOPUS ORYZAE AND PYTHIUM SPP., AND ITS BIOLOGICAL CONTROL WITH TRICHODERMA SPP. -
BIOLOGICAL CONTROL EFFICACY AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS OF PROTOPLAST FUSANTS BETWEEN TRICHODERMA KONINGII AND T. VIRENS -
Hanson, L.E., Howell, C.R. 2002. Biological control efficacy and other characteristics of protoplast fusants between trichoderma koningii and t. virens. Mycological Research.
ANTIBIOTIC PROPERTIES OF A PROTOPLST FUSANT OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS AND T. ATROVIRIDE -
PYTHIUM APHANIDERMATUM AND COTTON SEEDLING AND ROOT DISEASE. -
INDUCED SYNTHESIS OF FUNGITOXIC TERPENOIDS IN COTTON ROOTS BY SEED TREATMENT WITH THE BIOCONTROL AGENT TRICHODERMA VIRENS -
EFFECT OF PYTHIUM APHANIDERMATUM ON THE BIOCONTROL OF RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI ON COTTON WITH TRICHODERMA VIRENS -
ISOLATION OF A PLANT DEFENSE ELICITOR FROM TRICHODERMA VIRENS. -
TOXICITY OF COTTON PHYTOALEXINS TO THE SEEDLING DISEASE PATHOGEN RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI -
MECHANISMS IN THE BIOCONTROL OF PYTHIUM DAMPING-OFF OF COTTON WITH TRICHODERMA VIRENS. -
THE ROLE OF HYDROLYTIC ENZYMES IN THE BIOCONTROL ACTIVITY OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS -
INDUCTION OF TERPENOID SYNTHESIS IN COTTON ROOTS AND CONTROL OF RHIZOCTONIASOLANI BY SEED TREATMENT WITH TRICHODERMA VIRENS -
ELICITATION OF COTTON PHYTOALEXIN PRODUCTION BY CULTURE FILTRATES FROM TRICHODERMA VIRENS. -
ANTIBIOTIC PRODUCTION BY TRICHODERMA KONINGII FUSANTS AS COMPARED TO THE T. KONINGII PARENT -
INDUCTION OF PHYTOALEXINS IN COTTON BY THE BIOCONTROL AGENT TRICHODERMA VIRENS -
POTENTIAL OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS FOR BIOCONTROL OF ROOT ROT/VINE DECLINE IN CUCUMIS MELO L. CAUSED BY MONOSPORASCUS CANNONBALLUS -
CONTROL OF WOOD DECAY BY TRICHODERMA VIRENS -
SELECTIVE ISOLATION FROM SOIL AND SEPARATION IN VITRO OF P AND Q STRAINS OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS WITH DIFFERENTIAL MEDIA -
VARIABLITY IN PROGENY FROM PROTOPLAST FUSIONS BETWEEN TRICHODERMA VIRENS AND OTHER TRICHODERMA SPECIES -
TRANSFER OF HEAT TOLERANCE AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS BY PROTOPLAST FUSION IN TRICHODERMA SPECIES -
BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF FUSARIUM WILT OF MUSKMELON USING NONPATHOGENIC FUSARIUM SPP. AND OTHER BIOLOGICAL AGENTS, 1997-1998 -
VARIABLE PROGENY RESULTING FROM PROTOPLAST FUSIONS BETWEEN TRICHODERMA SPECIES. -
EVALUATION OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS AS A POTENTIAL BIOCONTROL AGENT OF MONOSPORASCUS CANNONBALLUS IN MUSKMELON -
SEEDLING DISEASE CONTROL: INDUCTION OF PHYTOALEXIN SYNTHESIS IN COTTON BY BIOCONTROL AGENTS -
PYTHIUM -
FIELD CONTROL OF COTTON SEEDLING DISEASES WITH TRICHODERMA VIRENS/CHEMICAL SEED TREATMENTS -
THE ROLE OF ANTIBIOSIS IN BIOCONTROL -
COMPARISONS OF GLIOCLADIUM VIRENS AND A COMBINATION OF TRICHODERMA SPECIES (BINAB T) IN POLYMER COATINGS OF COTTON SEED FOR CONTROLLING SEEDLING DISEASES -
FIELD EFFICACY OF VIRIDIOL(-) MUTANTS OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS FOR BIOCONTROL OF COTTON SEEDLING DISEASES -
PYTHIUM -
SIMPLE SELECTIVE MEDIA FOR ISOLATION OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS FROM SOIL -
MECHANISMS IN COTTON SORESHIN BIOCONTROL BY TRICHODERMA VIRENS: VIRIDIOL PRODUCTION -
FREQUENCY OF ISOLATION AND THE PATHOGENICITY OF FUSARIUM SPECIES ASSOCIATED WITH HEALTHY COTTON SEEDLING ROOTS -
SUPPRESSION OF FUSARIUM COLONIZATION OF COTTON ROOTS AND FUSARIUM WILT BY SEED TREATMENTS WITH GLIOCLADIUM VIRENS AND BACILLUS SUBTILIS -
SUPPRESSION OF FUSARIUM COLONIZATION OF COTTON ROOTS AND FUSARUM WILT BY SEED TREATMENTS WITH GLIOCLADIUM VIRENS AND BACILLUS SUBTILIS -
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