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Caitlin Rering
Chemistry Research
Research Chemist

Phone: (352) 374-5847
Fax: (352) 374-5707

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

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Roles of natural products for biorational pesticides in agriculture -
Beck, J.J., Duke, S.O., Rering, C.C. 2018. Roles of natural products for biorational pesticides in agriculture. ACS Symposium Series. 1294:1-4. doi:10.1021/bk-2018-1294.ch001.
Interactions among plants, insects, and microbes: elucidation of inter-organismal chemical communications in agricultural ecology -
Beck, J.J., Alborn, H.T., Block, A.K., Christensen, S.A., Hunter III, C.T., Rering, C.C., Seidl-Adams, I., Stuhl, C.J., Torto, B., Tumlinson, J.H. 2018. Interactions among plants, insects, and microbes: elucidation of inter-organismal chemical communications in agricultural ecology. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 66(26):6663-6674. doi:10.1021/acs.jafc.8b01763.
Quantitative assessment of nectar microbe-produced volatiles -
Rering, C.C., Beck, J.J., Vannette, R.L., Willms, S.D. 2018. Quantitative assessment of nectar microbe-produced volatiles. ACS Symposium Series. 1294:127-142. 10.1021/bk-2018-1294.ch010.
Contrasting insect attraction and herbivore-induced plant volatile production in maize -
Block, A.K., Hunter III, C.T., Rering, C.C., Christensen, S.A., Meagher Jr, R.L. 2018. Contrasting insect attraction and herbivore-induced plant volatile production in maize. Planta. doi:10.1007/s00425-018-2886-x.
Do volatiles produced by nectar-dwelling microbes affect honey bee preferences? -
Nectar-inhabiting microorganisms influence nectar volatile composition and attractiveness to a generalist pollinator -
Rering, C.C., Beck, J.J., Hall, G.W., Mccartney, M.M., Vannette, R.L. 2018. Nectar-inhabiting microorganisms influence nectar volatile composition and attractiveness to a generalist pollinator. New Phytologist. 220(3):750-759. doi:10.1111/nph.14809.
Application of mathematical models and computation in plant metabolomics -
Willett, D.S., Rering, C.C., Ardura, D.A., Beck, J.J. 2018. Application of mathematical models and computation in plant metabolomics. In Sarker, S.D., Lutfun, N., editors. Computational Phytochemistry. 1st edition. Netherlands, Amsterdam: Elsevier. p. 231-254.
Seteria viridis as a model for pathogen resistance in the Poaceae -