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Ann C Kennedy
Northwest Sustainable Agroecosystems Research
Soil Science

Phone: (509) 335-1554
Fax: (509) 335-3842
Room 231

JOHNSON HALL, WSU
PULLMAN , WA 991646421

Projects
Improving Air Quality, Soil Health and Nutrient Use Efficiency to Increase Northwest Agroecosystem Performance
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 430915
Registration of Weed-Suppressive Bacteria for Cheatgrass Control
Interagency Reimbursable Agreement (I)
  Accession Number: 424349
Establish a General Framework for Cooperation for Research on Crop and Soil Science Projects
Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 424299
Weed Suppressive Soil Bacteria to Reduce Cheatgrass and Improve Roadside Vegetation Diversity on ITD Rights-of-Way
Trust (T)
  Accession Number: 430766

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Weed-suppressive bacteria for annual bluegrass management -
Soil quality assessment in long-term direct seed -
Characterization and decomposition of residue from winter and spring canola cultivars -
Weed-suppressive bacteria to reduce annual grass weeds -
Winter cover crops impact on corn production in semiarid regions -
Reese, C., Clay, D., Clay, S., Bich, A.D., Kennedy, A.C., Hansen, S., Moriles, J. 2014. Winter cover crops impact on corn production in semiarid regions. Agronomy Journal. 106:1479–1488.
Carbohydrate and lipid dynamics in wheat crown tissue in response to mild freeze-thaw treatments -
Skinner, D.Z., Bellinger, B.S., Hansen, J.C., Kennedy, A.C. 2014. Carbohydrate and lipid dynamics in wheat crown tissue in response to mild freeze-thaw treatments. Crop Science. 54:1–8. DOI: 10.2135/cropsci2013.09.0604.
Long-term crop and soil response to biosolids applications in dryland wheat -
Cogger, C.G., Bary, A.I., Kennedy, A.C., Fortuna, A. 2013. Long-term crop and soil response to biosolids applications in dryland wheat. Journal of Environmental Quality. 42:1872–1880.
Soil microbial community response to surfactants and herbicides in two soils -
Banks, M.L., Kennedy, A.C., Kremer, R.J., Eivazi, F. 2013. Soil microbial community response to surfactants and herbicides in two soils. Applied Soil Ecology. 74: 12–20.
Antibiotic effects on microbial community characteristics in soils under conservation management practices -
Unger, I.M., Goyne, K.W., Kennedy, A.C., Kremer, R.J., McLain, J.E., Williams, C.F. 2013. Antibiotic effects on microbial community characteristics in soils under conservation management practices. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 77:100–112.
Microbial community diversity in agroforestry and grass vegetative filter strips -
Unger, I.M., Goyne, K.W., Kennedy, A.C., Kremer, R.J. 2012. Microbial community diversity in agroforestry and grass vegetative filter strips. Agroforestry Systems. 8 Pages.
Microbial community diversity in agroforestry and grass vegetative filter strips -
Unger, I.M., Goyne, K.W., Kremer, R.J., Kennedy, A.C. 2013. Microbial community diversity in agroforestry and grass vegetative filter strips. Agroforestry Systems. 87:395-402.
Association of Enterobacter cloacae and other bacteria with onion bulb rot in the Columbia Basin of Washington and Oregon, USA -
Sorption of tannin and related phenolic compounds and effects on extraction of soluble-N in soil amended with several carbon sources -
Halvorson, J.J., Gollany, H.T., Kennedy, A.C., Hagerman, A.E., Gonzalez, J.M., Wuest, S.B. 2012. Sorption of tannin and related phenolic compounds and effects on extraction of soluble-N in soil amended with several carbon sources. Agriculture. 2:52-72.
Comparison of raw dairy manure slurry and anaerobically digested slurry as N sources for grass forage production -
Saunders, O., Fortuna, A., Harrison, J., Whitefield, E., Cogger, C., Kennedy, A.C., Bary, A.I. 2012. Comparison of raw dairy manure slurry and anaerobically digested slurry as N sources for grass forage production. International Journal of Agronomy. Volume 2012, Article ID 101074, 10 pages.
Microbial weed control and microbial herbicides -
Stubbs, T.L., Kennedy, A.C. 2012. Microbial weed control and microbial herbicides. In R. Alvarez-Fernandez (Ed.), Herbicides - Environmental Impact Studies and Management Approaches. Rijeka, Croatia. InTech. p.135-166.
Characteristics and biological treatment of leachates from a domestic landfill -
Saidi, N., Khiari, L., Kouki, S., Ben Yahmed, A., Ben Rejeb, A., Fumio, M., Kennedy, A.C. 2011. Characteristics and biological treatment of leachates from a domestic landfill. Hydrology: Current Research. S3:001.
Management effects on soil quality in organic vegetable systems in western Washington Reprint Icon -
Pritchett, K., Kennedy, A.C., Cogger, C. 2011. Management effects on soil quality in organic vegetable systems in western Washington. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 75:605–615. doi:10.2136/sssaj2009.0294.
Induction of polyphenol oxidase activity in dormant wild oat (Avena fatua) seeds and caryopses: a defense response to seed decay fungi -
Fuerst, E.P., Anderson, J.V., Kennedy, A.C., Gallagher, R.S. 2011. Induction of polyphenol oxidase activity in dormant wild oat (Avena fatua) seeds and caryopses: a defense response to seed decay fungi. Weed Science. 59(2):137-144.
Grain legume impacts on soil biological processes in Sub-Saharan Africa Reprint Icon -
Lupwayi, N.Z., Kennedy, A.C., Chirwa, R.M. 2011. Grain legume impacts on soil biological processes in Sub-Saharan Africa. African Journal of Plant Science. 5:1-7.
Microbial Community Diversity in Agroforestry and Grass Buffer Systems -
Unger, I.M., Goyne, K.W., Kremer, R.J., Kennedy, A.C. 2011. Microbial Community Diversity in Agroforestry and Grass Buffer Systems. In: Proceedings of 12th Annual North American Agroforestry Conference, June 4-9, 2011, Athens, Georgia. 2011 CDROM.
Farm-scale variation of soil quality indices and association with edaphic properties Reprint Icon -
Collins, D.P., Cogger, C.G., Kennedy, A.C., Forge, T., Collins, H.P., Bary, A.I., Rossi, R. 2011. Farm-scale variation of soil quality indices and association with edaphic properties. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 75:580–590. doi:10.2136/sssaj2010.0029.
Activation of Polyphenol Oxidase in Dormant Wild Oat Caryopses by a Seed-Decay Isolate of Fusarium avenaceum Reprint Icon -
Anderson, J.V., Fuerst, E., Tedrow, T., Hulke, B.S., Kennedy, A.C. 2010. Activation of polyphenol oxidase in dormant wild oat caryopses by a seed-decay isolate of Fusarium avenaceum. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 58:10597-10605.
Mycobiota on wild oat (Avena fatua L.) seed and their caryopsis decay potential Reprint Icon -
De Luna, L.Z., Kennedy, A.C., Hansen, J.C., Paulitz, T.C., Gallagher, R.S., Fuerst, E.P. 2011. Mycobiota on wild oat (Avena fatua L.) seed and their caryopsis decay potential. Plant Health Progress. doi:10.1094/PHP-2011-0210-01-RS.
Assessment of Soil Microbial Communities Associated With Greenhouse Gas Efflux from a Secondary Forest in Central Missouri -
Hoilett, N.O., Eivazi, F., Nkongolo, N., Kremer, R.J., Kennedy, A.C. 2010. Assessment of Soil Microbial Communities Associated With Greenhouse Gas Efflux from a Secondary Forest in Central Missouri [abstract]. American Society of Agronomy. 2010 CDROM.
Long-Term Conservation Tillage and Residue Additions at the Palouse Conservation Field Station, Pullman, WA -
Soil quality differences among long-term no-till irrigated crop rotations to replace burning and plowing continuous wheat -
Fourteen Years of Diverse Annual No-Till Cropping in Washington’s Winter Wheat – Summer Fallow Region -
Characterization of Cereal Crop Residue in Conservation Farming Systems. -
Using NIRS to Predict Fiber and Nutrient Content of Dryland Cereal Cultivars Reprint Icon -
Stubbs, T.L., Kennedy, A.C., Fortuna, A. 2009. Using NIRS to Predict Fiber and Nutrient Content of Dryland Cereal Cultivars. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. DOI:10.1021/jf9025844
Diverse No-Till Irrigated Cropping Systems Instead of Burning and Plowing Continuous Wheat Reprint Icon -
Schillinger, W.F., Young, D., Kennedy, A.C., Paulitz, T.C. 2010. Diverse No-Till Irrigated Cropping Systems Instead of Burning and Plowing Continuous Wheat. Field Crops Research. Volume 115, Issue 1, 4 January 2010, Pages 39-49 doi:10.1016/j.fcr.2009.10.001
An assessment of environmental conditions for control of downy brome by Pseudomonas fluorescens D7 -
Ibekwe, A.M., Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T. 2010. An assessment of environmental conditions for control of downy brome by Pseudomonas fluorescens D7. International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management(IJETM). 12:27-46.
CRP Takeout: An Excellent Opportunity to Begin Direct Seeding -
Kennedy, A.C. 2009. CRP Takeout: An Excellent Opportunity to Begin Direct Seeding. Pacific Northwest Sustainable Agriculture Newsletter.
Preserve CRP Soil Quality by Direct Seeding -
Kennedy, A.C. 2009. Preserve CRP Soil Quality by Direct Seeding. Washington State University College of Agriculture and Home Economics.
Composition of Cereal Crop Residue in Dryland Cropping Systems -
Stubbs, T.L., Kennedy, A.C. 2009. Composition of Cereal Crop Residue in Dryland Cropping Systems. Washington State University College of Agriculture and Home Economics.
Chemical Composition of Residue from Cereal Crops and Cultivars in Dryland Ecosystems Reprint Icon -
Stubbs, T.L., Kennedy, A.C., Reisenauer, P.E., Burns, J. 2009. Chemical Composition of Residue from Cereal Crops and Cultivars in Dryland Ecosystems. Agronomy Journal. 101:538-545. 2009
Flooding Effects on Soil Microbial Communities Reprint Icon -
Unger, I.M., Kennedy, A.C., Muzika, R. 2009. Flooding Effects on Soil Microbial Communities. Applied Soil Ecology 42 (1): 1-8.
Winter Canola as a Rotation Crop in the Low and Intermediate Precipitation Zones -
Schillinger, W., Kennedy, A.C., Paulitz, T.C., Young, D., Smith, T. 2008. Winter Canola as a Rotation Crop in the Low and Intermediate Precipitation Zones. Page 23. . Washington State University College of Agriculture and Home Economics.
Changes in Soil Microbial Community Structure with Flooding -
Unger, I.M., Kennedy, A.C., Muzika, R. 2009. Changes in Soil Microbial Community Structure with Flooding. Applied Soil Ecology. 42:1-8. 2009.
Effects of Burn/Low-Till on Erosion and Soil Quality Reprint Icon -
McCool, D.K., Pannkuk, C.D., Kennedy, A.C., Fletcher, P.S. 2008. Effects of Burn/Low-Till on Erosion and Soil Quality. Soil & Tillage Research. 101 (2008) 2-9 [doi:10.1016/j.still.2008.05.007].
Long-term Annual No-Till Cropping in Washington’s Winter Wheat – Summer Fallow Region -
Schillinger, W.F., Jirava, R.P., Kennedy, A.C., Young, D.L., Schafer, H.L., Schofstoll, S.E. 2008. Long-term Annual No-Till Cropping in Washington’s Winter Wheat – Summer Fallow Region . Washington State University College of Agriculture and Home Economics.
Soil Quality Changes with No-Till Management and Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Take-out -
Stubbs, T.L., Kennedy, A.C. 2007. Soil Quality Changes with No-Till Management and Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Take-out. Society for Ecological Restoration Abstracts-Northwest Chapter Regional Conference.
Eight Years of Annual No-Till Cropping in Washington's Winter Wheat- Summer Fallow Region Reprint Icon -
Schillinger, W.F., Jirava, R.P., Kennedy, A.C., Young, D.L., Schafer, H.L., Schofstoll, S.E. 2007. Eight Years of Annual No-Till Cropping in Washington’s Winter Wheat – Summer Fallow Region. Wheat Life 50(9):45-61.
CHARACTERIZATION OF DEVELOPING MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN MOUNT ST. HELEN'S PYROCLASTIC SUBSTRATE -
Ibekwe, A.M., Kennedy, A.C., Halvorson, J.J., Yang, C. 2007. Characterization of developing microbial communities in Mount St. Helen's pyroclastic substrate. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. Vol 39:2496-2507
SOIL MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES AS INDICATORS OF SOIL HEALTH Reprint Icon -
Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T.L. 2007. Soil microbial communities as indicators of soil health. Annals of Arid Zone 45:287-308.
COVER CROP, AMENDMENT, AND TILLAGE EFFECTS ON COLLEMBOLANS AND NEMATODES IN AN ORGANIC VEGETABLE SYSTEM -
Collins, D.P., Cogger, C.G., Kennedy, A.C., Bary, A.I. 2006. COVER CROP, AMENDMENT, AND TILLAGE EFFECTS ON COLLEMBOLANS AND NEMATODES IN AN ORGANIC VEGETABLE SYSTEM. American Society of Agronomy Abstracts.
Ten Years of Continuous Annual No-Till Cropping vs. Winter Wheat - Fallow in the Pacific Northwest -
Schillinger, W.F., Young, D.F., Kennedy, A.C., Paulitz, T.C. 2006. Ten Years of Continuous Annual No-Till Cropping vs. Winter Wheat - Fallow in the Pacific Northwest. American Society of Agronomy Abstracts.
THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND -
Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T.L., Hansen, J.C. This land is your land. Science and Children. 67: 22-26. 2006.
Eight Years of annual No-Till Cropping in Washington's Winter Wheat - Summer Fallow Region -
Schillinger, W.F., Kennedy, A.C., Young, D.L. Eight Years of annual No-Till Cropping in Washington's Winter Wheat - Summer Fallow Region. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 120: 345-358. 2007.
MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON THE INCIDENCE OF JOINTED GOATGRASS INHIBITORY RHIZOBACTERIA -
Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T.L. Management effects on the incidence of jointed goatgrass inhibitory rhizobacteria. Biological Control 40:213-221. 2007.
WILD OAT (AVENA FATUA L.) SEED PHENOLICS AND POLYPHENOL OXIDASE: POTENTIAL ROLES IN SEED LONGEVITY AND RESISTANCE TO DECAY -
Fuerst, P.E., Gallagher, R.S., Kennedy, A.C., Anderson, J.V. 2006. WILD OAT (AVENA FATUA L.) SEED PHENOLICS AND POLYPHENOL OXIDASE: POTENTIAL ROLES IN SEED LONGEVITY AND RESISTANCE TO DECAY. Phenol Conference.
Soil Quality and Conservation Tillage in the Palouse and Dryland Farming Regions of the Pacific Northwest -
Kennedy, A.C., Schillinger, W.F., Stubbs, T.L. Soil Quality and Conservation Tillage in the Palouse and Dryland Farming Regions of the Pacific Northwest. ASABE Annual International Meeting.
SOIL CARBON POOLS AND FLUXES FOLLOWING LAND CONVERSION IN A SEMI-ARID SHRUB-STEPPE ECOSYSTEM -
Cochran, R.L., Collins, H.P., Kennedy, A.C., Bezdicek, D.F. 2006. Soil carbon pools and fluxes following land conversion in a semi-arid shrub-steppe ecosystem. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 43:479-489.
ORGANIC VEGETABLE CROPPING SYSTEM EFFECTS ON SOIL PROPERTIES -
Pritchette, K. A.C. Kennedy, C. Cogger. 2005. Organic Vegetable Cropping System Effects on Soil Properties.#1111. In Annual Meetings Abstracts [CD-ROM]. Version Nov. 2005. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.
Grain Legumes in Northern Great Plains: Impacts on Selected Biological Soil Processes -
Lupwayi, N., Kennedy, A.C. 2007. Grain Legumes in Northern Great Plains: Impacts on Selected Biological Soil Processes. Agronomy Journal. 99:1700-1709.
GRAIN LEGUMES IN NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS: IMPACT ON SOIL BIOLOGY -
Lupwayi, N., A.C. Kennedy. 2005. Grain Legumes in Northern Great Plains: Impact on Soil Biology #56-3 In Annual Meetings Abstracts [CD-ROM]. Version Nov. 2005. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.
CHARACTERIZATION OF WILD OAT (AVENA FATUA) POLYPHENOL OXIDASE AND ITS POTENTIAL ROLE IN SEED LONGEVITY -
Anderson, J.V., Foley, M.E., Kennedy, A.C., Fuerst, P.E. 2006. Characterization of wild oat (Avena fatua) polyphenol oxidase and its potential role in seed longevity. [Abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts 46:31.
CHEMICAL ALTERATION OF THE RHIZOSPHERE OF THE MYCORRHIZAL-COLONIZED WHEAT ROOT -
Mohammad, M.J., Pan, W.L., Kennedy, A.C. 2005. Chemical alteration of the rhizosphere of the mycorrhizal-colonized wheat root. Mycorrhiza 15:327-332.
SOIL MICROBES: FROM EROSION REDUCTION TO TRACKING. -
Kennedy, A. C. 2005. Soil Microbes: from erosion reduction to tracking. In: Erosion and sediment in my watershed? Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference Proceedings, Bozeman MT. Feb 1,2 2005. p.99-103.
SOIL HEALTH: YOUR FAMILY’S AND YOUR FARM’S FUTURE -
Kennedy, A. C., Stubbs, T.L., Hansen, J.C. 2005. Soil health: Your family’s and your farm’s future. In: The Pacific Northwest Direct Seed Conference Proceedings. Jan. 12- 14, 2005. Spokane, WA. p. 56-72.
SOIL QUALITY AFFECTED BY METHOD OF FARMING. -
Kennedy, A. C., Schillinger, W.F., Stubbs, T.L. 2004. Soil quality affected by method of farming. In Schillinger, W.F., editor. Northwest Columbia Plateau Wind Erosion/Air Quality Project Research Reports. Washington State University, Pullman, WA. p. 67-74.
LUPINE EFFECTS ON SOIL QUALITY AND FUNCTION DURING PRIMARY SUCCESSION AT MOUNT ST. HELENS -
Halvorson, J.J., Smith, J.L., Kennedy, A.C. 2005. Lupine effects on soil quality and function during primary succession at Mount St. Helens. IN Dale, V.H., Swanson, F.J., and Crasafulli, C.M. (editors). Ecology Responses to the 1980 Eruptions of Mount St. Helens. New York: Springer Verlag, pp. 243-254.
CARBON AND MICROBIAL COMMUNITY CHANGES IN SOIL AGGREGATES WITH NO-TILL DRYLAND WHEAT FARMING. -
Hansen, J. C., Kennedy, A. C., Schillinger, W. F. 2004. Organic Carbon and Microbial Community Changes in Soil Aggregates with No-till Dryland Wheat Farming. S03-hansen3955. Annual Meeting Abstracts [CD-ROM]. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.
COMPOSITION OF STRAW FROM CEREAL CULTIVARS IN DRYLAND ECOSYSTEMS. -
Stubbs, T.L., Kennedy, A.C., Hansen, J.C., Reisenauer, P.E., Burns, J.W., Campbell, K. 2004. Composition of straw from cereal cultivars in dryland ecosystems. Abstract. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI. Paper # 4067.
COMPETITION OF INVASIVE WEEDS AS AFFECTED BY SOIL MICROORGANISMS IN NATIVE SHRUB-STEPPE ECOSYSTEMS. -
Venable, R. E., Kennedy, A. C., Stubbs, T. L. Newsome, H. 2004. Competition of invasive weeds as affected by soil microorganisms in native shrub-steppe ecosystems. S03-venable4072. 2004. Annual Meeting Abstracts [CD-ROM]. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.
SOIL QUALITY AND WATER INTAKE IN CONVENTIONAL-TILL VS. NO-TILL PAIRED FARMS IN WASHINGTONS PALOUSE REGION. -
Kennedy, A.C.W.F. Schillinger. 2006. Soil quality and water intake in conventional-till vs. no-till paired farms in Washington's Palouse Region. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer.J. 70:940-949
ENZYME ACTIVITIES AND FATY ACIDS OF DUST AS BIOLOGICAL FINGERPRINTS OF THE SOIL SOURCE -
Acosta Martinez, V., Kennedy, A.C., Zobeck, T.M. 2004. Enzyme activities and faty acids of dust as biological fingerprints of the soil source[abstract]. Soil and Water Conservation Society.
CHANGES IN SOIL MICROBIAL DIVERSITY DURING THE CONVERSION OF A NATIVE SHRUB-STEPPE TO AN IRRIGATED AGROECOSYSTEM II -
Cochran, R.L., Collins, H.P., Kennedy, A.C., Grunwald, N.J. 2004. Changes in soil microbial diversity during the conversion of a native shrub-steppe to an irrigated agroecosystem ii. American Society of Agronomy Abstracts.
RHIZOBACTERIA INHIBITORY TO GRASS WEEDS. -
Kennedy, A. C., Stubbs, T. L., Venable, R. E. 2004. Rhizobacteria inhibitory to grass weeds. In: Northwest Scientific Association 77th Annual Meeting. March 24-27, 2004. Ellensburg, WA. p. 28.
RHIZOBACTERIA IMPACT PLANT SURVIVAL AND COMPETITION. -
Venable, R.E., Kennedy, A. C., Stubbs, T. L. 2004. Rhizobacteria impact plant survival and competition. In: Northwest Scientific Association 77th Annual Meeting. March 24-27, 2004. Ellensburg, WA. p. 49.
EFFECT OF TILLAGE, FUNGICIDE SEED TREATMENT, AND SOIL FUMIGATION ON SEED BANK DYNAMICS OF AVENA FATUA -
Gallandt, E.R., Fuerst, E.P., Kennedy, A. C. 2004. Effect of tillage, fungicide seed treatment, and soil fumigation on seed bank dynamics of wild oat (Avena fatua). Weed Science 52:597-604.
SOIL QUALITY CHANGES WITH NO-TILL MANAGEMENT ADOPTION FOR WIND EROSION CONTROL -
Kennedy, A. C. 2004. Soil quality of conservation tillage for wind erosion control. In: Washington State University Agricultural Research Reports. Pullman, WA. WSU Agricultural Research Station. p. 353-354.
SOIL QUALITY AND SOIL LIFE -
Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T.L., Hansen, J.C. Soil Quality and Soil Life. University of Idaho Extension Website. 2004.
SOIL - HEALTH RELATIONSHIPS: SOIL MICROBIOLOGY -
Kennedy, A.C., T.L. Stubbs. 2003. Soil-Health Relationships: Soil Microbiology. Treasure Valley Small Farm Conference Proceedings. 2003
SOIL QUALITY, EVALUATING YOUR ENTIRE SOIL SYSTEM -
Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T.L. Soil Quality, Evaluating Your Entire Soil System. Treasure Valley Small Farm Conference Proceedings. 2003
SOIL - HEALTH RELATIONSHIPS PEOPLE, PLANTS AND ANIMALS -
Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T.L. Soil - Health Relationships People, Plants and Animals. Treasure Valley Small Farm Conference Proceedings. 2003
SOIL QUALITY AND WATER INFILTRATION IN CONVENTIONAL VS. NO-TILL PAIRED FARMS IN WASHINGTON'S PALOUSE REGION -
Kennedy, A.C., Schillinger, W.F., Stubbs, T.L., Giri, G.S. 2003. Soil quality and water infiltration in conventional vs. no-till paired farms in Washington's Palouse Region. Agronomy Abstracts, November 10, 2003.
SOIL BIOTA IN THE RHIZOSPHERE -
Kennedy, A.C. 2004. Soil biota in the rhizosphere. In: Sylvia,D.M.,Fuuhrman,J.J.,Hartel P.G., Zuberer, D.A., editors. Principles and Applications of Soil Microbiology. Upper Sadle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. p. 242-262.
SOIL BIOLOGY: THE RHIZOSPHERE -
Kennedy, A. C., de Luna, L. Z. 2004. Rhizosphere. pp. 399-406. In: Hillel, D. editor. Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment. Oxford, UK. Elsevier LTD.
SOIL AND CROP MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON SOIL BIOLOGY -
Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T.L., Schillinger, W.F. 2004. Soil and crop management effects on soil biology. In: Magdoff, F., Weil, R.R.,editors. Soil Organic Matter in Sustainable Agriculture. Advances in Agroecology Series. Boca Raton,FL: CRC Press. p. 295-326.
SOIL IS ALIVE -
Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T.L. 2003. Soil is alive. Agricultural Horizons. Washington State University Coop Extension Newsletter. pp. 6-8.
SOIL MICROBIAL RESPONSES TO CONVERSION OF NATIVE SHRUB-STEPPE ECOSYSTEM TO IRRIGATED AGROECOSYSTEM -
COCHRAN, R.L., COLLINS, H.P., GRUNWALD, N.J., KENNEDY, A.C. SOIL MICROBIAL RESPONSES TO CONVERSION OF NATIVE SHRUB-STEPPE ECOSYSTEM TO IRRIGATED AGROECOSYSTEM. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRONOMY ABSTRACTS - CD-SO3, Cochran 697377. 2003.
BIOLOGICAL FINGERPRINTING OF SOIL FOR SOURCE IDENTIFICATION -
Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T.L., Busacca, A.J. 2003. Biological fingerprinting of soil for source identification [abstract]. Soil and Water Conservation Society. p. 50.
SOIL QUALITY CHANGES WITH CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT IN DRYLAND SYSTEMS -
ENZYME ACTIVITIES AND MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN SEMIARID AGRICULTURAL SOILS -
Acosta Martinez, V., Zobeck, T.M., Gill, T.E., Kennedy, A.C. 2003. Enzyme activities and microbial community structure in semiarid agricultural soils. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 38:216-227.
ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN SEMIARID AGRICULTURAL SOILS -
Acosta Martinez, V., Zobeck, T.M., Gill, T.E., Kennedy, A.C. 2003. Enzyme activities in semiarid agricultural soils [abstract]. Integrated Biological Systems Conference. p.44.
MICROBIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ERODIBLE SOILS -
Paszkowski, W.L., Ksiezniak, A., Wroblewska, B., Dexter, A.r., Czyz, E. Tomaszewska, J., Kennedy, A.C. Microbiological characteristics of erodible soils. Dahm, H., Pokojska-Burdziej, V. editors. Adam Marszalels. Microorganisms of soil environment - physiological, biochemical, and genetical aspects. 2000. p. 209-215.
MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN SEMIARID AGRICULTURAL SOILS -
Acosta Martinez, V., Zobeck, T.M., Gill, T.E., Kennedy, A.C. 2002. Microbial community structure and enzyme activities in semi-arid agricultural soils[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Joint Annual Meeting. Indianapolis, Indiana. November 10-14, 2002.
MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN SEMI-ARID AGRICULTURAL SOILS -
Acosta Martinez, V., Zobeck, T.M., Gill, T.E., Kennedy, A.C. 2002. Microbial community structure and enzyme activities in semi-arid agricultural soils[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Joint Annual Meeting. Indianapolis, Indiana. November 10-14, 2002.
DIRECT SEEDING INTO HEAVY IRRIGATED CEREAL STUBBLE INSTEAD OF BURNING -
Schillinger, W.F., Paulitz, T.C., Kennedy, A.C. 2002. Direct seeding into heavy irrigated cereal stubble instead of burning. American Society of Agronomy.
SOIL QUALITY CHANGES WITH THE TRANSITION TO NO-TILL IN DRYLAND CEREAL SYSTEMS -
Kennedy, A.C., Stubbs, T.L., Schillinger, W.F. 2002. SOIL QUALITY CHANGES WITH THE TRANSITION TO NO-TILL IN DRYLAND CEREAL SYSTEMS. American Society of Agronomy.
MICROBIOLOGICAL INDICATORS OF SOIL QUALITY DURING AMELIORATION PROCESSES OF ERODIBLE SOILS -
Paszkowski, W.L., Ksiezniak, A., Wroblewska, B.R., Dexter, A.R., Czyz, E., Tomaszewska, J., Kennedy, A.C., Kremer, R.J. 2002. MICROBIOLOGICAL INDICATORS OF SOIL QUALITY DURING AMELIORATION PROCESSES OF ERODIBLE SOILS. Meeting Abstract.
MICROBIOLOGICAL INDICATORS OF SOIL QUALITY DURING AMELIORATION PROCESSES OF ERODIBLE SOILS -
Paszkowski, W.L., Ksiezniak, A., Wroblewska, B.R., Dexter, A.R., Czyz, E., Tomaszewska, J., Kennedy, A.C., Kremer, R.J. 2002. MICROBIOLOGICAL INDICATORS OF SOIL QUALITY DURING AMELIORATION PROCESSES OF ERODIBLE SOILS. Meeting Proceedings.
ACTIVITY OF ENDOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN ERODIBLE SOILS -
Ksiezniak, A., Paszkowski, W.L., Wroblewska, B.R., Dexter, A.R., Czyz, E., Tomaszewska, J., Kennedy, A.C., Kremer, R.J. 2002. ACTIVITY OF ENDOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN ERODIBLE SOILS. Meeting Abstract.
HIGH RESOLUTION CHARACTERIZATION OF SOIL MICROBIAL DIVERSITY BY NUCLEIC ACID AND FATTY ACID ANALYSES -
DIERKSEN, K.P., WHITTAKER, G.W., BANOWETZ, G.M., AZEVEDO, M.D., KENNEDY, A.C., STEINER, J.J., GRIFFITH, S.M. HIGH RESOLUTION CHARACTERIZATION OF SOIL MICROBIAL DIVERSITY BY NUCLEIC ACID AND FATTY ACID ANALYSES. SOIL BIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY. 2002. v. 34. p. 1853-1860.
HIGH RESOLUTION CHARACTERIZATION OF SOIL MICROBIAL DIVERSITY BY NUCLEIC ACID AND FATTY ACID ANALYSES -
DIERKSEN, K.P., WHITTAKER, G.W., BANOWETZ, G.M., AZEVEDO, M.D., KENNEDY, A.C., STEINER, J.J., GRIFFITH, S.M. HIGH RESOLUTION CHARACTERIZATION OF SOIL MICROBIAL DIVERSITY BY NUCLEIC ACID AND FATTY ACID ANALYSES. SOIL BIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY. 2002. v.34. p. 1853-1860.
MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN SEMIARID AGRICULTURAL SOILS -
ACOSTA MARTINEZ, V., ZOBECK, T.M., GILL, T.E., KENNEDY, A.C. Microbial Community Structure and Enzyme Activities in Semiarid Agricultural Soils. 2002. Agronomy Abstracts, S03-acostamartinez090029-poster.pdf. . AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION.
EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF MICROBIAL BIOCONTROL OF CHEATGRASS -
Weddell, B.J., Kennedy, A.C. Frohne, P.S. and Higgins, S. Experimental test of microbial biocontrol of cheatgrass. pp.22-26. In: Restoring Palouse and Canyon Grasslands: Putting back the missing pieces. Bureau of Land Management Report, Cottonwood, ID. Technical Bulletin No. 01-15. 2001.
SOIL ECOLOGY IN CHANGING TILLAGE SYSTEMS -
Stubbs, T.L., Kennedy, A.C., Schillinger, W.F. 2004. Soil ecology in changing tillage systems. New Dimensions in Agroecology. Journal of Crop Improvement. 11:105-135.
SOIL QUALITY OF CONSERVATION TILLAGE PRACTICES -
Kennedy, A.C. Soil quality of conservation tillage for wind erosion control. Annual Research Reports. Washington State University Agricultural Research Station, Pullman, WA. 2002. 2001. p. 130-132.
SOIL QUALITY CHANGES WITH NO-TILL MANAGEMENT ADOPTION FOR WIND EROSION CONTROL -
Kennedy, A.C., Schillinger, W.F., Stubbs, T.L. Soil quality changes with no-till management adoption for wind erosion control. Schillinger, W.L. editor. Washington State University, Pullman, WA. Northwest Columbia Plateau Wind Erosion/Air Quality Project Research Reports 2001. 2002. p. 72-76.
DELETERIOUS BACTERIA IN THE RHIZOSPHERE -
EFFECTS OF BACTERIA FROM THE GENUS PSEUDOMONAS ON THE GROWTH AND YIELD OF ALFALFA AND WINTER WHEAT -
Paszkowski, W.L., Ksiezniak, A., Wroblewska, B., Kennedy, A.C., Effects of bacteria from the genus Pseudomonas on the growth and yield of alfalfa and winter wheat. Pamietnik Pulawski. 2001. v. 126. p. 13-23.
SOIL BIOLOGICAL FINGERPRINTS FROM MEADOW STEPPE AND STEPPE COMMUNITIES WITH NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE VEGETATION -
Weddell, B.J., Frohne, P.S. and Kennedy, A.C. Soil biological fingerprints from meadow steppe and steppe communities with native and non-native vegetation. pp. 12-21 In: Restoring Palouse and Canyon Grasslands: Putting back the missing pieces. Bureau of Land Management Report, Cottonwood, ID. Technical Bulletin No. 01-15. 2001.
SOIL HEALTH, MICROBES, AND SUSTAINABILITY -
Kennedy, A.C., and Doran, J.W. Sustainable Agriculture: Role of Microorganisms. pp: 3116-3126. In: Bitton, G. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 6. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. NY, NY. 2002.
Host range of a deleterious rhizobacterium for biological control of downy brome -
Kennedy, A.C., Johnson, B.N., Stubbs, T.L. 2001. Host range of a deleterious rhizobacterium for biological control of downy brome. Weed Science.
EFFECTS OF BURN/LOW-TILL ON EROSION AND SOIL QUALITY -
Mccool, D.K., Pannkuk, C.D., Kennedy, A.C., Frohne, P.S. 2002. Effects of burn/low-till on erosion and soil quality. Washington State University College of Agriculture and Home Economics.
MICROBIAL COLONIZATION OF WILD OAT (AVENA FATUA L.) SEEDS UNDER CONTROLLED SOIL CONDITIONS -
DEVELOPMENT OF PROFILES FOR DISTINGUISHING AMONG DUST EMISSIONS SOURCES: FATTY ACID METHYL ESTER ANALYSIS -
ALTERNATIVE NO-TILL CROPPING SYSTEMS RESEARCH IN THE SEMIARID PACIFIC NORTHWEST USA -
Schillinger, W.F., R.J. Cook, D.L. Young, A.C. Kennedy, and K.E. Saxton. Alternative no-till cropping systems research in the semiarid Pacific Northwest USA. In Proceedings of the 11th Meeting of the International Soil Conservation Organization,22-27 October, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
EFFECTS OF BIODYNAMIC PREPARATIONS ON COMPOST DEVELOPMENT -
ARS-NCSS/NRCS PATERNERSHIPS -
DIRECT SEEDING AND INTENSIVE CROPPING RESEARCH IN TYPICAL WHEAT-FALLOW AREAS -
FACTORS AFFECTING AGRICULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, USA -
EFFECTS OF TILLAGE PRACTICE AND RESIDUE MANAGEMENT ON MICROBIAL BIOMASS-N AND -P AND COMMUNITY STRUCTURE DURING GROWTH OF SPRING WHEAT -
ARS-NCSS/NRCS PARTNERSHIPS -
Kennedy, A.C. ARS and NCSS/NRCS Partnerships. pp.29-30. In Hipple, K.W. (ed.) National Cooperative Soil Survey Work Planning Conference. NRCS/NCSS Centennial Publication. NRCS. 77 pp. 1999.
MICROBIAL PARAMETERS AFTER LONG-TERM USE OF BIODYNAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL MANAGEMENT -
Carpenter-Boggs, L., Reganold, J.P., and Kennedy, A.C. Effects of biodymic preparations on compost development. Biological Agriculture and Horticulturre 17: 313-328. 2000.
BIODYNAMIC COMPOST AND FIELD PREPARATIONS: EFFECTS ON SOIL BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITY -
Carpenter-Boggs, L., Kennedy, A.C., and Reganold, J.P. Organic and biodynamic management: effects on soil biology. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. J. 64:1651-1659. 2000.
BIODYNAMIC COMPOST AND FIELD PREPARATIONS: EFFECTS ON CROPS AND SOIL FERTILITY -
Carpenter-Boggs, L., Reganold, J.P., and Kennedy, A.C. Biodynamic preparations: short-term effects on crops, soils and weed populations. Amer.J. Alter. Ag. 15-110-118. 2000.
FACTORS AFFECTING AGRICULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, USA -
BIOLOGICAL FINGERPRINTING OF DUST AEROSOLS -
BIOLOGICAL FINGERPRINTING OF DUST AEROSOLS -
LIPIDS AS BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS OF SOIL -
MICROBIAL COMMUNITY CHANGES WITH AMENDMENTS -
PHOSPHOLIPID FATTY ACID AND CARBON SOURCE UTILIZATION PATTERNS TRACK MICROBIAL COMMUNITY SUCCESSION IN DEVELOPING COMPOST -
FATTY ACID METHYL ESTER (FAME) PROFILES AS A TOOL TO INVESTIGATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF TWO AGRICULTURAL SOILS -
SOIL MICROORGANISMS FOR WEED MANAGEMENT -
SEWAGE SLUDGE AND MYCORRHIZAL EFFECTS ON SECAR BLUEBUNCH WHEAT GRASS IN MINE SPOIL -
CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN MOUNT ST. HELENS PYROCLASTIC SUBSTRATE USING FAME ANALYSES -
PHOSPHOLIPID FATTY ACID PROFILES AND CARBON UTILIZATION PATTERNS FOR ANALYSIS OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE UNDER FIEDLD AND GREENHOUSE CONDITIONS -
CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN MOUNT ST. HELENS PYROCLASTIC SUBSTRATE USING FAME ANALYSES -
Frohne, P.S. Havorson, J., Ibekwe, A.M., and Kennedy, A.C. Characterization of microbial communities in Mount St. Helens pyroclastic substrate using FAME analyses. Ecol. Soc. Amer. Abstracts. Spokane, WA. p. 251. 1999.
FATTY ACID PROFILES OF HIGHLY-ERODIBLE LANDS IN THE SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS -
IMPACT OF SOIL ORGANISMS AND ORGANIC MATTER ON SOIL STRUCTURE -
MICROBIAL DIVERSITY IN AGROECOSYSTEM QUALITY -
SOIL QUALITY CHANGES WITH CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM (CRP) TAKE-OUT -
ANALYSIS OF LABORATORY-GENERATED DUST SUSPENSIONS DERIVED FROM SOILS AND ROADS -
SOIL MICROBIAL DIVERSITY: PRESENT AND FUTURE CONSIDERATIONS -
BACTERIAL DIVERSITY IN AGROECOSYSTEMS -
CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN AGROECOSYSTEMS -
DUST IN THE WIND -
THE SPERMOSPHERE AND RHIZOSPHERE -
MICROBIAL ASPECTS OF SOIL QUALITY AND NUTRIENT CYCLING -
BIOLOGICAL FINGERPRINTING FOR SOURCE IDENTIFICATION OF DISPLACED SOIL PARTICLES -
MICROBIAL FATTY ACID METHYL ESTERS AS BIOMARKERS: APPLICATION TO PROVENANCE DETERMINATION AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT -
MICROORGANISMS IN WEED CONTROL STRATEGIES -
TILLAGE AND BURNING EFFECTS ON SOIL QUALITY -
IMPACT OF SOIL ORGANISMS AND ORGANIC MATTER ON SOIL ERODIBILITY -
Metabolites from Pseudomonas fluorescens strain D7 inhibit downy brome (Bromus tectorum) seedling growth -
Gealy, D.R., Gurusiddaiah, S., Ogg Jr, A.G., Kennedy, A.C. 1996. Metabolites from Pseudomonas fluorescens strain D7 inhibit downy brome (Bromus tectorum) seedling growth. Weed Technology. 10(2):282-287.
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