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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Benjamin L Legendre
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Research Leader

Phone: (504) 853-3160 ext. 160
Fax: (504) 868-8369
Room

5883 USDA ROAD
HOUMA , LA 703600000


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
SEARCH FOR DNA MARKERS TO ASSIST SUGARCANE BREEDING -
Pan, Y., Burner, D.M., Legendre, B.L. 2000. Search for dna markers to assist sugarcane breeding [abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome VIII Abstract. W120:29.
NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE POLYMORPHISMS AMONG THE 5S RRNA INTERGENIC SPACERS IN SUGARCANE AND RELATED TAXA -
Pan, Y., Burner, D.M., Legendre, B.L. Nucleotide sequence polymorphisms among the 5s rRNA intergenic spacers in sugarcane and related taxa. Genetica. 108:285-295.
EFFECT OF HARVEST METHOD AND STORAGE TIME ON SUGARCANE DETERIORATION -
ROLE OF CULTIVAR, CROP, INFECTION LEVEL AND YEAR IN FIELD LOSSES OF SUGAR CANE MOSAIC -
IMPACT OF SUGARCANE DISEASES ON CANE AND JUICE QUALITY -
CURRENT STATUS ON BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AT SUGARCANE RESEARCH UNIT, HOUMA LOUISIANA -
Pan, Y., Burner, D.M., Grisham, M.P., Legendre, B.L., Wei, Q. 2000. Current status on biotechnology research at Sugarcane Research Unit, Houma, Louisiana [abstract]. Sugar Y Azucar. 95(6):17.
PHENOTYPIC VARIATION OF BIOMASS YIELD COMPONENTS IN F1 HYBRIDS OF ELITE SUGARCANE CROSSED WITH SACCHARUM OFFICINARUM AND S. SPONTANEUM -
BURNER, D.M., LEGENDRE, B.L. 2000. PHENOTYPIC VARIATION OF BIOMASS YIELD COMPONENTS IN F1 HYBRIDS OF ELITE SUGARCANE CROSSED WITH SACCHARUM OFFICINARUM AND S. SPONTANEUM. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SUGAR CANE TECHNOLOGISTS. 20:81-87.
DISTRIBUTION AND SPREAD IN LOUISIANA OF THE LUTEOVIRUS ASSOCIATED WITH YELLOW LEAF SYNDROME OF SUGARCANE -
EFFECT OF THE LUTEOVIRUS ASSOCIATED WITH YELLOW LEAF SYNDROME OF SUGARCANE ON YIELD AND JUICE QUALITY -
GENETIC DIVERSITY OF SACCHARUMSPONTANEUM ASSESSED WITH RAPDS -
BURNER, D.M., PAN, Y., LEGENDRE, B.L. 1999. GENETIC DIVERSITY OF SACCHARUMSPONTANEUM ASSESSED WITH RAPDS. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRONOMY. 91:162.
MARKER-ASSISTED SUGARCANE BREEDING -
Pan, Y., Legendre, B.L., Burner, D.M. 1999. Marker-assisted sugarcane breeding [abstract]. Sugar y Azycar. 94(6):27.
SURVEY OF ACIDS IN FREEZE DAMAGED CANE JUICE -
A PROGRESS REPORT ON BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AT SUGARCANE RESEARCH UNIT, HOUMA, LOUISIANA -
DEVELOPMENT OF POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION PRIMERS HIGHLY SPECIFIC FOR XANTHOMONAS ABILINEANS, THE CASUAL BACTERIUM OF SUGARCANE LEAF SCALD DISEASE -
PRESERVATION OF SACCHARUM SPONTANEUM GERMPLASM IN THE WORLD COLLECTION OF SUGARCANE AND RELATED GRASSES THROUGH STORAGE OF TRUE SEED -
DETECTING SUGARCANE DISEASE PATHOGENS BY DNA BASED TECHNOLOGY -
MOLECULAR MARKER-ASSISTED SUGARCANE BREEDING -
CULTIVAR SPECIFIC ECONOMIC THRESHOLDS FOR MAXIMIZING PROFITS AND FOR MINIMIZING FIELD AND FACTORY LOSSES TO THE SUGARCANE BORER -
White, W.H., Legendre, B.L. Towards Cultivar Specific Economic Thresholds for Maximizing Profits and for Minimizing Field and Factory Losses to the Sugarcane Borer. Proceedings of the 1998 Inter-American Sugar Cane Seminars. 1:123-126.
MOLECULAR MARKER-ASSISTED SUGARCANE BREEDING -
Pan, Y., Burner, D.M., Legendre, B.L. 2000. Molecular marker-assisted sugarcane breeding. Proceedings of Inter-American Sugar Cane Seminars. 1:31-37.
DNA-BASED MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC PROTOCOLS FOR SUGARCANE BACTERIAL DISEASES -
REGISTRATION OF SEVEN MULTIPLE-BUD GENETIC STOCKS OF SUGARCANE -
SPECIES-SPECIFIC PCR MARKERS FOR SELECTION OF INTERSPECIFIC SUGARCANE HYBRIDS -
DEVELOPMENTS IN SUGARCANE AGRICULTURE THAT AFFECT PROCESSING -
AGRONOMIC EVALUATION OF MULTIPLE BUD MUTANTS OF SUGARCANE -
PCR PRIMERS HIGHLY SPECIFIC FOR XANTHOMONAS ALBILINEANS. -
POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) PROTOCOLS FOR DETECTING THE BACTERIA THAT CAUSE LEAF SCALD AND RATOON STUNTING DISEASES OF SUGARCANE. -
NEAR INFRARED (NIR) ROUTINE ANALYSIS OF SUGARCANE JUICES -
BREEDING STUDIES OF THE DWARF, MULTIPLE BUD, AND RED LEAF MUTANTS OF SUGARCANE. -
MULTIBUD MUTANTS OF SUGARCANE -
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