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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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James R Mahan
Plant Stress and Germplasm Development Research
Plant Physiology

Phone: (806) 749-5560 ext. 5221
Fax: (806) 723-5272

3810 4TH STREET
LUBBOCK , TX 794150000

Projects
Enhancing Plant Resistance to Water-Deficit and Thermal Stresses in Economically Important Crops
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 424775
Integrated Systems Approach for Optimized Irrigation Scheduling for Cotton Production Environments in Australia and the United States
Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement (R)
  Accession Number: 427856
Integrated Systems Approach for Optimized Irrigation Scheduling for Cotton Production Environments in Australia and the United States
Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement (R)
  Accession Number: 430856

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Subtle temperature differences may well determine who wins: a story of three submerged aquatic plant species -
Irrigation analysis based on long-term weather data -
Mahan, J.R., Lascano, R.J. 2016. Irrigation analysis based on long-term weather data. Agriculture. 6(3):42.
Canopy temperature and maturity in cotton -
Mahan, J.R., Payton, P.R. 2016. Canopy temperature and maturity in cotton [abstract]. Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Biologists, April 2-4, 2016, Denton, Texas. 1(71):11.
Development and methods for an open-sourced data visualization tool -
Mahan, J.R., Payton, P.R. 2016. Development and methods for an open-sourced data visualization tool [abstract]. Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Biologists, April 2-4,2016, Denton, Texas. 1(64):11.
Analysis of physiological and morphological traits associated with thermal stress acclimation in cotton -
Gregory, P.M., Mahan, J.R., Dever, J., Payton, P.R. 2016. Analysis of physiological and morphological traits associated with thermal stress acclimation in cotton [abstract]. Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Biologists, April 2-4, 2016, Denton, TX. P. 11.
Effects of chilling temperatures on photosynthesis -
Interactive effects of deficit irrigation, elevated temperature, and elevated [CO2] on peanut growth in low irrigation production settings -
Echevarria Laza, H.J., Baker, J.T., Gitz, D.C., Mahan, J.R., Rowland, D., Payton, P.R. 2016. Interactive effects of deficit irrigation, elevated temperature, and elevated [CO2] on peanut growth in low irrigation production settings [abstract]. Meeting Abstract. 1(17):6.
Evaluation of a metabolic cotton seedling emergence model -
Gitz, D.C., Baker, J.T., Mahan, J.R. 2015. Evaluation of a metabolic cotton seedling emergence model. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 6:1727-1733.
Rainwater use by irrigated cotton measured with stable isotopes of water -
Goebel, T.S., Lascano, R.J., Payton, P.R., Mahan, J.R. 2015. Rainwater use by irrigated cotton measured with stable isotopes of water. Agricultural Water Management. 158:17-25.
Active management of plant canopy temperature as a tool for modifying plant metabolic activity -
Mahan, J.R., Burke, J.J. 2015. Active management of plant canopy temperature as a tool for modifying plant metabolic activity. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 6:249-259.
Cotton and its interaction with cotton morphology -
Conaty, W., Brodrick, R., Mahan, J.R., Payton, P.R. 2015. Cotton and its interaction with cotton morphology. In: Fang, D., Percy, R., editors. 2nd edition. Madison, WI: ASA, CSSA, and SSSA. p. 401-418.
Deficit irrigation: Arriving at the crop water stress index via gas exchange measurements -
Baker, J.T., Gitz, D.C., Payton, P.R., Mahan, J.R., Lascano, R.J. 2014. Deficit irrigation: Arriving at the crop water stress index via gas exchange measurements[abstract]. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting. November 2-6, 2014. Long Beach, California.
Characterization of trends in reservoir storage, streamflow and precipitation in the Canadian River Watershed in New Mexico and Texas -
Brauer, D.K., Baumhardt, R.L., Gitz, D.C., Gowda, P., Mahan, J.R. 2015. Characterization of trends in reservoir storage, streamflow and precipitation in the Canadian River Watershed in New Mexico and Texas. Lake and Reservoir Management. 31:64-79.
Physiology and transcriptomics of water-deficit stress responses in wheat cultivars TAM 111 and TAM 112 -
Reddy, S., Liu, S., Xue, Q., Payton, P.R., Finlayson, S., Mahan, J.R., Akhunova, A., Holalu, S., Lu, N. 2014. Physiology and transcriptomics of water-deficit stress responses in wheat cultivars TAM 111 and TAM 112. Journal of Plant Physiology. 171(14) 1289-1298.
Physiology and transcriptomics of water-deficit stress responses in wheat cultivars TAM 111 and TAM 112 -
Reddy, S., Liu, S., Rudd, J.C., Xue, Q., Payton, P.R., Finlayson, S.A., Mahan, J.R., Akhunova, A., Holalu, S.V., Lu, N. 2014. Physiology and transcriptomics of water-deficit stress responses in wheat cultivars TAM 111 and TAM 112. Journal of Plant Physiology. 171(14):1289-1298.
Cooler canopy contributes to higher yield and drought tolerance in new wheat cultivars -
Effect of Differential Irrigation on the Accumulation of Canopy Temperature-Based Heat Units in Cotton -
The relationship between cotton canopy temperature and yield, fiber quality and water-use efficiency. -
Vapor pressure deficit effects on cotton canopy temperature -
Yield determination and water-use effenciency of wheat under water-limited conditions in the U.S. southern high plains -
Xue, Q., Rudd, J.C., Liu, S., Jessup, K.E., Devkota, R.N., Mahan, J.R. 2014. Yield determination and water-use effenciency of wheat under water-limited conditions in the U.S. Southern High Plains. Crop Science. 54(1):34-47.
Yield determination and water use efficiency of wheat under water-limited conditions in the U.S. Southern High Plains. -
Xue, Q, Rudd, J.C., Liu, S., Jessup, K.E., Devkota, R.N., Mahan, J.R. 2013. Yield determination and water use efficiency of wheat under water-limited conditions in the U.S. Southern High Plains. Crop Science. 54(1) 34-47.
Time surfaces of environmental and plant parameters as a tool for seasonal phenotyping: an environomics approach -
Mahan, J.R., Payton, P.R., Barbato, L., Seshradi, S. 2013. Time surfaces of environmental and plant parameters as a tool for seasonal phenotyping: an environomics approach. Interdrought IV Conference, September 2-6, 2013, Perth, Australia. p.54.
Seasonal environmental and metabolic phenotypes of cotton for multiple years in a semi-arid environment in Lubbock, Texas -
Near-Continuous Seasonal Canopy Temperature as a proxy for water use in field grown cotton -
Comparison of deficit irrigation scheduling methods that use canopy temperature measurements -
Baker, J.T., Mahan, J.R., Gitz, D.C., Lascano, R.J., Ephrath, J.E. 2013. Comparison of deficit irrigation scheduling methods that use canopy temperature measurements. Plant Biosystems. 147(1):40-49.
Comparative transcriptomics involving greenbug and water-deficit stress responses in hard-red winter wheat -
Reddy, S.K., Liu, S., Akhunova, A., Weng, Y., Rudd, J., Xue, Q., Payton, P.R., Mahan, J.R. 2013. Comparative transcriptomics involving greenbug and water-deficit stress responses in hard-red winter wheat [abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome Conference. Paper No. P0787.
Comparison of Deficit Irrigation Scheduling Methods that Use Canopy Temperature Measurements -
Baker, J.T., Gitz, D.C., Lascano, R.J., Mahan, J.R., Eprath, J.E. 2013. Comparison of deficit irrigation scheduling methods that use canopy temperature measurements. Plant Biosystems. 147(1):40-49.
Gene expression profiling of drought stress responses in widely adapted wheat cutlivars TAM 111 and TAM 112 -
Krishna Reddy, S., Liu, S., Rudd, J., Devkota, R., Xue, Q., Payton, P.R., Mahan, J.R., Akhunova, A. 2012. Gene expression profiling of drought stress responses in widely adapted wheat cutlivars TAM 111 and TAM 112 [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. p. 107.
Canopy temperature and cotton performance -
Mahan, J.R., Bange, M., Young, A. 2012. Canopy temperature and cotton performance. Annual Australian Cotton Conference, August 14-16, 2012, Broadbeach, Australia. p. 130.
The Optimum Plant Temperature for Cotton Growth and Metabolism to Schedule Irrigation -
Conaty, W., Burke, J.J., Mahan, J.R., Sutton, B., Neilsen, J. 2012. The Optimum Plant Temperature for Cotton Growth and Metabolism to Schedule Irrigation. Crop Science. 52(4): 1828-1836.
Application of an Australian Model to Predict Fiber Characteristic of Cotton Gown in Texas. -
Application of an Australian model to predict fiber characteristics of cotton grown in Texas. -
Mahan, J.R., Payton, P.R., Bange, M. 2012. Application of an Australian model to predict fiber characteristics of cotton grown in Texas [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p.107.
Deficit irrigation in a production setting; Canopy temperature as an adjunct to ET estimates. -
Mahan, J.R., Young, A., Payton, P.R. 2012. Deficit irrigation in a production setting; Canopy temperature as an adjunct to ET estimates. Irrigation Science. 30(2):127.
Examining the Drought Stress Transcriptome in Cotton Leaf and Root Tissue -
Payton, P.R., Kottapalli, K.R., Kebede, H.A., Mahan, J.R., Wright, R.J., Allen, R.D. 2010. Examining the drought stress transcriptome in cotton leaf and root tissue. Biotechnology Letters. 33:821-828.
Field performance in an agricultural setting of a wireless temperature monitoring system based on a low-cost infrared sensor -
Mahan, J.R., Conaty, W., Neilsen, J., Gitz, D.C. 2010. Field performance in an agricultural setting of a wireless temperature monitoring system based on a low-cost infrared sensor. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 71(2):176-181.
Directed manipulation of crop water status through canopy temperature-based irrigation management -
Mahan, J.R., Young, A. 2009. Directed manipulation of crop water status through canopy temperature-based irrigation management. Meeting Proceedings.
Drought tolerance evaluation in maize germplasms: A field study -
Chen, J., Mahan, J.R., Payton, P.R., Xu, W., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2009. Drought tolerance evaluation in maize germplasms: A field study [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA. November 1-5, 2009, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. CDROM.
Water stress detection using infra red canopy temperatures for irrigation scheduling -
The impact of sub-surface drip on cotton productivity -
McMichael, B.L., Lascano, R.J., Gitz, D.C., Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F. 2008. The impact of sub-surface drip on cotton productivity[abstract]. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America Annual Conference. October 5-9, 2008, Houston, Texas.
A low-cost infrared thermometry system for use in research and production agriculture -
Mahan, J.R., Neilsen, J. 2008. A low-cost infrared thermometry system for use in research and production agriculture[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA. October 5-9, 2008, Houston, Texas. CDROM.
Comparison between BIOTIC irrigation scheduling and a recursive ET method -
Mahan, J.R., Lascano, R.J., Evett, S.R. 2008. Comparison between BIOTIC irrigation scheduling and a recursive ET method[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA. October 5-9, 2008, Houston, Texas. CDROM.
Field validation of a metabolically based dynamic cotton seedling emergence model -
Gitz, D.C., Baker, J.T., Mahan, J.R., Payton, P.R. 2008. Field validation of a metabolically based dynamic cotton seedling emergence model[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Joint Annual Meeting. Houston, Texas. October 5-9, 2008. Paper No. 645-4
Development of a low cost infrared thermometry system for agricultural applications -
Mahan, J.R., Yeater, K.M. 2008. Development of a low cost infrared thermometry system for agricultural applications. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 64(2): 262-267.
A low-cost infrared thermometry system for use in research and production agriculture -
Mahan, J.R. 2008. A low-cost infrared thermometry system for use in research and production agriculture[abstract]. Southern Section of the American Society of Agronomy. Shreveport, LA. March 1-3, 2008.
Glufosinate-toleranct cotton: What have we learned in three years of commerical use on the Texas Southern High Plans? -
Mahan, J.R. 2007. Glufosinate-toleranct cotton: What have we learned in three years of commerical use on the Texas Southern High Plans?[abstract]. World Cotton Research Conference. Lubbock, Texas. September 10-14, 2007.
A Dynamic Model of Cotton Emergence based on the Thermal Dependence of Malate Synthase -
Mahan, J.R., Gitz, D.C. 2007. A dynamic model of cotton emergence based on the thermal dependence of malate synthase. Agronomy Journal. 99(6):668-674.
BIOTIC: A Novel Method for Variable Rate Irrigation -
Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F. 2007. BIOTIC: A Novel Method for Variable Rate Irrigation[abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. January 9-12, 2007, New Orleans, Louisiana. CDROM.
Cotton Response to Multiple Irrigation Rates Controlled by a Common Time Threshold -
Wanjura, D.F., Gitz, D.C., Mahan, J.R., Mcmichael, B.L., Upchurch, D.R. 2007. Cotton Response to Multiple Irrigation Rates Controlled by a Common Time Threshold. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conference. New Orleans, Lousiana. January 9-12, 2007. Natl Cotton Counc. Am., Memphis, TN.
The Growth and Development of Cotton under Sub-Surface Drip Irrigation -
McMichael, B.L., Gitz, D.C., Lascano, R., Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F. 2006. The Growth and Development of Cotton under Sub-Surface Drip Irrigation [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, November 12-16, 2006, Indianapolis, Indiana. 2006 CD-ROM
Validation of a metabolic cotton seedling emergence model -
Mahan, J.R., Gitz, D.C., Payton, P.R. 2006. Validation of a metabolic cotton seedling emergence model[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting. Indianapolis, Indiana. November 12-16, 2006.
A SIMPLE MECHANISTIC MODEL FOR PREDICTING COTTON SEEDLING EMERGENCE BASED ON THERMAL DEPENDENCE OF MALATE SYNTHASE KINETICS -
Gitz, D.C., Mahan, J.R. 2006. A simple mechanistic model for predicting cotton seedling emergence based on thermal dependence of malate synthase kinetics[abstract]. American Society of Agronomy Southern Regional Branch Meeting. Orlando, Florida. February 5-7, 2006.
Overexpression of Glutathione Reductase in Cotton Does Not Alter Emergence Rates Under Temperature Stress -
Mahan, J.R., Gitz, D.C., Payton, P.R., Allen, R. 2009. Overexpression of glutathione reductase in cotton does not alter emergence rates under temperature stress. Crop Science. 49(1):272-280.
EFFECT OF ALTERNATE-ROW DRIP IRRIGATION PATTERN ON COTTON ROOT DISTRIBUTION -
Gitz, D.C., McMichael, B.L., Mahan, J.R., Lascano, R., Wanjura, D.F. 2006. Effect of alternate-row drip irrigation pattern on cotton root distribution [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the Beltwide Cotton Conferences, January 3-6, 2006, San Antonio, Texas. 2006 CDROM.
COTTON RESPONSE TO MULTIPLE IRRIGATION RATES CONTROLLED BY A CONSTANT TIME THRESHOLD -
Wanjura, D.F., Mahan, J.R., McMichael, B.L., Gitz, D.C., Upchurch, D.R. 2006. Cotton response to multiple irrigation rates controlled by a constant time threshold [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the Beltwide Cotton Conferences, January 3-6, 2006, San Antonio, Texas. 2006 CDROM.
BEHAVIOR OF TEMPERATURE-BASED WATER STRESS INDICATORS IN BIOTIC CONTROLLED IRRIGATION -
Wanjura, D.F., Upchurch, D.R., Mahan, J.R. 2006. Behavior of temperature-based water stress indicators in biotic controlled irrigation. Irrigation Science. 24:223-232.
EARLY-PLANTED COTTON; INCREASED SOIL TEMPERATURE MAY NOT BE ENOUGH -
Mahan, J.R., Gitz, D.C. 2005. Early-planted cotton; increased soil temperature may not be enough[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Proceedings. Paper No. 239-4.
EARLY-PLANTED COTTON; INCREASED SOIL TEMPERATURE MAY NOT BE ENOUGH -
Mahan, J.R., Gitz, D.C. 2005. Early-planted cotton; increased soil temperature may not be enough[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA. Paper 239-4.
BIOTIC: A BIOLOGICALLY-BASED PROTOCOL FOR IRRIGATION SCHEDULING -
Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F., Upchurch, D.R., Burke, J.J. 2005. BIOTIC: a biologically-based protocol for irrigation scheduling[abstract]. InterDrought-II: The 2nd International Conference on Integrated Approaches to Sustain and Improve Plant Production Under Drought Stress. Paper No. 3.36.
ADAPTING THE BIOTIC PROTOCOL TO MANAGE WATER DEFICITS -
Wanjura, D.F., Mahan, J.R., Upchurch, D.R., Burke, J.J. 2005. Adapting the BIOTIC protocol to manage water deficits[abstract]. InterDrought-II: The 2nd International Conference on Integrated Approaches to Sustain and Improve Plant Production Under Drought Stress. Paper No. 3.74.
THERMAL DEPENDENCE OF BIOENGINEERED GLUFOSINATE TOLERANCE IN COTTON -
Mahan, J.R., Light, G., Dawson, K., Dotray, P. 2006. Thermal dependence of bioengineered glufosinate tolerance in cotton. Weed Science. 54:1-5.
TRANSGENIC COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.) SEEDLINGS EXPRESSING A TOBACCO GLUTATHIONE S-TRANSFERASE FAIL TO PROVIDE IMPROVED STRESS TOLERANCE -
Light, G.G., Roxas, V.P., Mahan, J.R., Allen, R.D. 2005. Transgenic cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) seedlings that express a tobacco glutathione S-transferase fail to provide improved stress tolerance. Planta. 222(2):346-354.
CONCEPTS IN DEFICIT IRRIGATION: DEFINING A BASIS FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT -
Upchurch, D.R., Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F., Burke, J.J. 2004. Concepts In Deficit Irrigation: Defining A Basis For Effective Management [abstract]. Environmental And Water Resources Institute World Congress Proceedings. Paper No. 9028.
ANTIOXIDANT METABOLISM IN COTTON SEEDLINGS EXPOSED TO TEMPERATURE STRESS IN THE FIELD -
Mahan, J.R., Mauget, S.A. 2005. Antioxidant metabolism in cotton seedlings exposed to temperature stress in the field. Crop Science. 45:2337-2345.
DETERMINATION OF TEMPERATURE AND TIME THRESHOLDS FOR BIOTIC IRRIGATION OF PEANUTS ON THE TEXAS SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS -
Mahan, J.R., Burke, J.J., Wanjura, D.F. 2005. Determination of temperature and time thresholds for BIOTIC irrigation of peanuts on the Texas Southern High Plains. Irrigation Science. 23:145-152.
CONCEPTS IN DEFICIT IRRIGATION: DEFINING A BASIS FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT -
Upchurch, D.R., Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F., Burke, J.J. 2004. Concepts in deficit irrigation: defining a basis for effective management [abstract]. Environmental and Water Resources Institute World Congress Proceedings. Paper No. 9028.
NODES ABOVE WHITE FLOWER AND HEAT UNITS AS INDICATORS OF COTTON HARVEST AID TIMING -
Bynum, J., Cothren, T., Lemon, R., Mahan, J.R. 2004. Nodes above white flower and heat units as indicators of cotton harvest aid timing[abstract]. American Society of Agronomy Meetings.
COTTON WATER USE UNDER DRIP IRRIGATION -
McMichael, B.L., Lascano, R., Wanjura, D.F., Mahan, J.R., Gitz, D.C. 2004. Cotton water use under drip irrigation [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts, American Society of Agronomy Annual Meeting. 2004 CDROM.
SEASONAL PATTERNS OF GLUTATHIONE AND ASCORBATE METABOLISM IN FIELD GROWN COTTON UNDER WATER STRESS -
Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F. 2005. Seasonal patterns of glutathione and ascorbate metabolism in field grown cotton under water stress. Crop Science. 45:193-201.
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE THERMAL DEPENDENCE OF BIOENGINEERED GLUFOSINATE RESISTANCE IN COTTON. -
Dawson, K.R., Dotray, P.A., Mahan, J.R. 2004. Characterization of the thermal dependence of bioengineered glufosinate resistance in cotton[abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts.
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE THERMAL DEPENDENCE OF BIOENGINEERED OF GLUFOSINATE RESISTANCE IN COTTON -
Dawson, K., Mahan, J.R., Dotray, P. 2004. Characterization of the thermal dependence of bioengineered of glufosinate resistance in cotton[abstract]. Western Society of Weed Science Meeting Proceedings.
ANTIOXIDANT METABOLISM IN COTTON SEEDLINGS EXPOSED TO CHILLING STRESS IN THE FIELD -
Mahan, J.R. 2003. Antioxidant metabolism in cotton seedlings exposed to chilling stress in the field[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA.
SEASON VARIATION IN ANTIOXIDANT METABOLISM IN COTTON UNDER FIELD WATER STRESS -
Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F. 2003. Season variation in antioxidant metabolism in cotton under field water stress[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Proceedings.
ESTABLISHING DIFFERENTIAL IRRIGATION LEVELS USING TEMPERATURE-TIME THRESHOLDS -
Wanjura, D.F., Upchurch, D.R., Mahan, J.R. 2003. Establishing differential irrigation levels using temperature-time thresholds [abstract]. Transactions of the ASAE. 20(2):201-206
CROP WATER STATUS CONTROL WITH TEMPERATURE-TIME THRESHOLD IRRIGATION -
WANJURA, D.F., UPCHURCH, D.R., MAHAN, J.R. CROP WATER STATUS CONTROL WITH TEMPERATURE-TIME THRESHOLD IRRIGATION. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS MEETINGS PAPERS. 2003. Paper No. 032136.
Thermal dependence of enzyme function and inhibition; implications for, herbicide efficacy and tolerance -
Mahan, J.R., Dotnay, P.A., Light, G.G. 2004. Thermal dependence of enzyme function and inhibition; implications for, herbicide efficacy and tolerance. Physiologia Plantarum. 120(2): 187-195.
RECOVERY FROM FIELD WATER DEFICITS IN COTTON; LEAF EXPANSION AND CYCLIN ACTIVITY -
Mahan, J.R. 2002. Recovery from field water deficits in cotton; leaf expansion and cyclin activity[abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. August 3-7, 2002, Denver, Colorado. CDROM.
THE ROLE OF METABOLIC AND ENZYMIC ACTIVITIES IN LOW TEMPERATURE GERMINATION AND EMERGENCE IN SEVERAL COLD TOLERANT COTTON VARIETIES -
MAHAN, J.R., LIGHT, G.G., HOPPER, N. THE ROLE OF METABOLIC AND ENZYMIC ACTIVITIES IN LOW TEMPERATURE GERMINATION AND EMERGENCE IN SEVERAL COLD TOLERANT COTTON VARIETIES. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLANT BIOLOGISTS ANNUAL MEETING. 2001. Supplement 91 #377
A THERMAL APPLICATION RANGE FOR POSTEMERGENCE PYRITHIOBAC APPLICATIONS -
STRESS TOLERANCE IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO SEEDLINGS THAT OVEREXPRESS GLUTATHIONE S-TRANSFERASE/GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE -
PYRITHIOBAC APPLICATION RECOMMENDATION EVALUATED USING HISTORIC TEMPERATUREDATA -
DEVELOPMENT OF BIOTIC TO AUTOMATE DRIP IRRIGATION SYSTEMS -
IRRIGATION SCHEDULING USING BIOLOGICALLY-BASED OPTIMAL TEMPERATURE AND CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF CANOPY TEMPERATURE -
PYRITHIOBAC EFFICACY INFLUENCED BY APPLICATION TEMPERATURE. -
EVALUATION OF POSTEMERGENCE PYRITHIOBAC APPLICATION RECOMMENDATION -
YIELD AND APPLIED WATER RELATIONSHIPS IN MULTI-YEAR DRIP IRRIGATED COTTON PRODUCTION -
THERMAL DEPENDENCE OF PYRITHIOBAC EFFICENCY IN AMARANTHUS PALMERI -
VARIATION IN LEAF EXPANSION RATES IN COTTON GROWN IN THE FIELD UNDER WATER DEFICITS -
IRRIGATION SCHEDULING USING BIOLOGICALLY-BASED OPTIMAL TEMPERATURE AND CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF CANOPY TEMPERATURE -
SEASONAL VARIATION OF FOLIAR GLUTATHIONE CONTENT IN FIELD-GROWN COTTON UNDER TWO LEVELS OF IRRIGATION -
ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ALS ISOZYMES FROM PALMER AMARANTH -
EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE ON THE EFFICACY OF THE HERBICIDE PYRITHIOBAC -
CHARACTERIZATION OF ACETOLACTATE SYNTHASE IN PALMER ARMARANTH -
APPLICATION TEMPERATURE INFLUENCES PYRITHIOBAC (STAPLE) EFFICACY IN A SEMI-ARID ENVIRONMENT -
EFFECT OF THERMAL STRESS ON HERBICIDE EFFICACY PREDICTED FROM THE THERMAL DEPENDENCE OF HERBICIDE INHIBITION KINETICS -
SEASONAL VARIATION IN ANTIOXIDANT METABOLISM IN COTTON UNDER THREE LEVELS OF WATER STRESS -
REDUCTION OF HIGH TEMPERATURE STRESS IN PLANTS -
NITRATE REDUCTASE ACTIVITY DURING DESICCATION AND REHYDRATION OF THE DESICCATION-TOLERANT MOSS TORTULA RURALIS -
VARIATION IN GLUTATHIONE LEVELS IN FIELD-GROWN COTTON UNDER DIFFERENT IRRIGATION FREQUENCIES -
EFFECT OF SEAWEED EXTRACT AND THE ENDOPHYTE IN TALL FESCUE ON SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE, GLUTATHIONE REDUCTASE AND ASCORBATE PEROXIDASE UNDER VARYING LEVELS OF MOISTURE STRESS -
THE PATTERN AND MAGNITUDE OF THERMAL STRESS ON METABOLISM IN EMERGING COTTON SEEDLINGS -
VISUALIZATION OF THE THERMAL ENVIRONMENT OF COTTON SEEDLINGS RELATED TO THETHERMAL OPTIMUM FOR MALATE SYNTHASE -
EFFECTS OF SEAWEED EXTRACT ON THE MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSES OF TALL FESCUE TO WATER STRESS -
IRRIGATION STARTING TIME EFFECTS ON COTTON UNDER FREQUENCY IRRIGATION -
EARLY SEASON IRRIGATION INFLUENCE ON SOIL TEMPERATURE AND COTTON YIELD -
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