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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Richard Ray Stange
Subtropical Insects and Horticulture Research
Plant Pathologist

Phone: (772) 462-5838
Fax: (772) 462-5986

2001 S ROCK ROAD
FORT PIERCE , FL 34945


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Screening antimicrobial peptides in-vitro for use in developing transgenic citrus resistant to huanglongbing and citrus canker -
Stover, E., Stange, R.R., McCollum, T.G., Jaynes, J., Irey, M., Mirkov, E. 2013. Screening antimicrobial peptides in-vitro for use in developing transgenic citrus resistant to huanglongbing and citrus canker. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 138:142-148.
Development of a qPCR technique to screen for resistance to Asiatic citrus canker -
Mccollum, G., Stange, R., Albrecht, U., Bowman, K., Niedz, R., Stover, E. 2011. Development of a qPCR technique to screen for resistance to Asiatic citrus canker. Acta Horticulturae. 892:173-182.
The role of citrus volatiles in germination and growth of Penicillium digitatum and Penicillium italicum -
Droby, S., Eick, A., Macarisin, D., Cohen, L., Rafael, G., Stange Jr, R.R., Mccollum, T.G., Dudai, N., Nasser, A., Wisniewski, M.E., Shapira, R. 2008. The role of citrus volatiles in germination and growth of Penicillium digitatum and Penicillium italicum. Postharvest Biology and Technology. 49:386-396.
THE ROLE OF CITRUS PEEL COMPOUNDS IN HOST RECOGNITION BY PENICILLIUM DIGITATUM AND P. ITALICUM -
Stange,Jr.,R.R.,Mccollum,T.G.,Midland,S.L.,Sims,J.J.2004.The role of citrus peel compounds in host recognition by penicillium digitatum and p. italicum. International Society of Citriculture Proceedings.
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE WOUND INDUCED MATERIAL IN CITRUS FRUIT PEEL BY CARBON-13 CP-MAS SOLID STATE NMR SPECTROSCOPY -
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF CITRUS PEEL EXTRACTS ON GROWTH OF PENICILLIUM DIGITATIUM, P. ITALICUM AND P. EXPANSUM -
Richard R. Stange,Sharon L. Midland,James J. Sims,T. Greg McCollum
A HOME FOR PHYTOALEXINS? - PURIFICATION AND FURTHER CHARACTERIZATION OF THEINDUCED, SO CALLED, "LIGNIN-LIKE" MATERIAL FROM PECTINASE ELICITED SQUASH FRUIT -
INFLUENCE OF WOUND TYPE AND STORAGE DURATION ON SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SWEETPOTATOES TO RHIZOPUS SOFT ROT -
INFLUENCE OF INJURY TYPE AND STORAGE DURATION ON SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SWEETPOTATOES TO RHIZOPUS SOFT ROT -
COMPONENTS OF CITRUS PEEL SELECTIVELY STIMULATE GROWTH OF PATHOGENIC PENICILLUM SPECIES -
IS IT LIGNIN WE FIND ON THE PATH TO RESISTANCE? -
ACIDOLYSIS AND HOT WATER EXTRACTION PROVIDE NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE COMPOSITION OF THE INDUCED "LIGNIN-LIKE MATERIAL" FROM SQUASH FRUIT -
Richard R. Stange Jr.,John Ralph,Junpeng Peng,James J. Sims,Sharon L. Midland,Roy E. McDonald. Phytochemistry 57 (2001) p.1005-1011.
A SIMPLE AND RAPID METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF LIGNIN IN PLANT TISSUES--ITSUSEFULNESS IN ELICITOR SCREENING AND COMPARISON TO THE THIOGLYCOLIC ACID METHOD. -
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