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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Nausheena Baig
Chemistry Research
Biological Science Lab Technician

Phone: (352) 374-5705
Fax: (352) 374-5707

USDA, ARS, SAA, CMAVE
1600-1700 SW 23RD DRIVE
GAINESVILLE , FL 32608

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Semiochemicals from ex situ abiotically stressed cactus tissue: a contributing role of fungal spores Reprint Icon -
Beck, J.J., Cook, D., Baig, N., Mahoney, N.E., Marsico, T.D. 2014. Semiochemicals from ex situ abiotically stressed cactus tissue: a contributing role of fungal spores. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 62(51):12273-12276.
Semiochemicals to monitor insect pests – future opportunities for an effective host plant volatile blend to attract navel orangeworm in pistachio orchards -
Beck, J.J., Mahoney, N.E., Gee, W.S., Higbee, B.S., Baig, N., Griffith, C.M. 2014. Semiochemicals to monitor insect pests – future opportunities for an effective host plant volatile blend to attract navel orangeworm in pistachio orchards. American Chemical Society. p. 191-210. doi: 10.1021/BK-2014-1172.CH014.
Comparison of the volatile emission profiles of ground almond and pistachio mummies: part 1 – addressing a gap in knowledge of current attractants of navel orangeworm Reprint Icon -
Beck, J.J., Mahoney, N.E., Cook, D., Gee, W.S., Baig, N. 2014. Comparison of the volatile emission profiles of ground almond and pistachio mummies: part 1 – addressing a gap in knowledge of current attractants of navel orangeworm. Phytochemistry Letters. 9:102-106. DOI.10.1016/j.phytol.2014.04.010.
Comparison of the volatile emission profiles of ground almond and pistachio mummies: part 2 - critical changes in emission profiles as a result of increasing the water activity Reprint Icon -
Beck, J.J., Mahoney, N.E., Cook, D., Higbee, B.S., Light, D.M., Gee, W.S., Baig, N. 2014. Comparison of the volatile emission profiles of ground almond and pistachio mummies: part 2 - critical changes in emission profiles as a result of increasing the water activity. Phytochemistry Letters. 8:220-225. DOI: org/10.1016/j.phytol.2014.01.004.
An overview of plant volatile metabolomics, sample treatment, and reporting considerations with emphasis on mechanical damage and biological control of weeds -
Beck, J.J., Smith, L., Baig, N. 2014. An overview of plant volatile metabolomics, sample treatment, and reporting considerations with emphasis on mechanical damage and biological control of weeds. Phytochemical Analysis. 25(4):331-341.
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