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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Adam S Davis
Ecologist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Interspecific variation in persistence of buried weed seeds follows trade-offs among physiological, chemical and physical seed defences -
Precision control of soil N cycling via soil functional zone management -
Williams, A., Davis, A.S., Ewing, P., Grandy, A., Kane, D., Koide, R.T., Mortensen, D.A., Smith, R.G., Snapp, S., Spokas, K.A. 2016. Precision control of soil N cycling via soil functional zone management. Agriculture Ecosystems and the Environment. 231:291-295.
Soil water holding capacity mitigates maize production downside risk and volatility across the US Corn Belt: Time to invest in soil organic matter? -
Williams, A., Hunter, M.C., Jordan, N.R., Kammerer, M., Kane, D.A., Smith, R.G., Snapp, S., Davis, A.S. 2016. Soil water holding capacity mitigates maize production downside risk and volatility across the US Corn Belt: Time to invest in soil organic matter?. PLoS One. 11(8):e0160974.
Transdisciplinary weed research: new leverage on challenging weed problems? -
A comparison of soil hydrothermal properties in zonal and uniform tillage systems across the northern U.S. corn belt -
Williams, A., Davis, A.S., Ewing, P., Forcella, F., Grandy, S., Kane, D., Mortensen, D., Smith, R., Spokas, K.A., Jordan, N.R. 2016. A comparison of soil hydrothermal properties in zonal and uniform tillage systems across the northern U.S. corn belt. Soil and Tillage Research. 273:12-1.
Evolutionary feedbacks on the ecology of the invasive plant Alliaria petiolata -
Soil functional zone management: a vehicle for enhancing production and soil ecosystem services in row-crop agroecosystems -
Williams, A., Kane, D., Ewing, P., Atwood, L., Jilling, A., Li, M., Lou, Y., Davis, A.S., Grandy, A., Koide, R.T., Spokas, K.A., et. al, 2016. Soil functional zone management: a vehicle for enhancing production and soil ecosystem services in row-crop agroecosystems. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7:65.
Cover crop impact on weed dynamics in an organic dry bean system -
Hill, E., Renner, K., Sprague, C., Davis, A.S. 2016. Cover crop impact on weed dynamics in an organic dry bean system. Weed Science. 64:261-275.
A life-cycle approach to low-invasion potential bioenergy production -
Barney, J.N., Davis, A.S., Porter, R.D., Simberloff, D. 2016. A life-cycle approach to low-invasion potential bioenergy production. Council for Agricultural Science and Technology Issue Paper. QTA 2016-1.
Demographic Modelling in Weed Biocontrol -
Milbrath, L.R., Davis, A.S., Biazzo, J. 2016. Demographic Modelling in Weed Biocontrol. Meeting Proceedings. #13.
Crop advisor perceptions of giant ragweed distribution, herbicide-resistance, and management in the Corn Belt -
Regnier, E.E., Harrison, K., Loux, M.M., Holloman, C., Venkatesh, R., Davis, A.S., Taylor, R. 2016. Crop advisor perceptions of giant ragweed distribution, herbicide-resistance, and management in the Corn Belt. Weed Science. 64:361-377.
Interactions between allelochemicals and the microbial community affect weed suppression following cover crop residue incorporation into soil -
Lou, Y., Davis, A.S., Yannarell, A.C. 2016. Interactions between allelochemicals and the microbial community affect weed suppression following cover crop residue incorporation into soil. Plant and Soil. 399:357-371.
Using cover crops to alleviate compaction in organic grain farms: effects on weeds and yields -
Welch, R., Behnke, G., Davis, A.S., Masiunas, J., Villamil, M.B. 2016. Using cover crops to alleviate compaction in organic grain farms: effects on weeds and yields. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment. 216:322-332.
Evaluating the role of landscape in the spread of invasive species: the case of the biomass crop -
Muthukrishnan, R., West, N.M., Davis, A.S., Jordan, N.R., Forester, J. 2015. Evaluating the role of landscape in the spread of invasive species: the case of the biomass crop. Journal of Applied Ecology. 317:6-15.
Mitigating the potential for invasive spread of the exotic biofuel crop, Miscanthus x giganteus -
Pitman, S.E., Muthukrishnan, R., West, N.M., Jordan, N.R., Davis, A.S., Forester, J.D. 2015. Mitigating the potential for invasive spread of the exotic biofuel crop, Miscanthus x giganteus. Biological Invasions. 17(11):3247-3261 doi 10.1007/s10530-015-0950-z.
Identifying pathways for improving household food self-sufficiency outcomes in the hills of Nepal -
Karki, T.B., Sah, S.K., Thapa, R.B., McDonald, A.J., Davis, A.S. 2015. Identifying pathways for improving household food self-sufficiency outcomes in the hills of Nepal. PLoS One. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0127513.
Managing the evolution of herbicide resistance -
Evans, J.A., Tranel, P.J., Hager, A.G., Schutte, B.R., Wu, C., Chatham, L., Davis, A.S. 2015. Managing the evolution of herbicide resistance. Pest Management Science. DOI: 10.1002/ps.4009.
Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) damage niche in Illinois soybean is seed-limited -
Davis, A.S., Schutte, B.J., Hager, A.G., Young, B.G. 2015. Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) damage niche in Illinois soybean is seed-limited. Weed Science. 63:658-668.
Middle way strategies for sustainable intensification of agriculture -
Jordan, N.J., Davis, A.S. 2015. Middle way strategies for sustainable intensification of agriculture. Bioscience. 65(5):513-519.
Do soil microbes and abrasion by soil particles influence persistence and loss of physical dormancy in seeds of tropical pioneers? -
Zalamea, P.C., Sarmiento, C., Arnold, A.E., Davis, A.S., Dalling, J.W. 2015. Do soil microbes and abrasion by soil particles influence persistence and loss of physical dormancy in seeds of tropical pioneers? Frontiers in Plant Science. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00799.
Optimization of agricultural field workability predictions for improved risk management -
Tomasek, B.J., Williams, M., Davis, A.S. 2015. Optimization of agricultural field workability predictions for improved risk management. Agronomy Journal. 107(2):627-633.
Non-target-site resistance to ALS inhibitors in waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus) -
Guo, J., Riggins, C.W., Hausman, N.E., Hager, A.G., Riechers, D.E., Davis, A.S., Tranel, P.J. 2015. Non-target-site resistance to ALS inhibitors in waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus). Weed Science. 63:399-407.
Pre-release biological control agent recommendations for swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum spp.) informed by demographic matrix models -
Milbrath, L.R., Davis, A.S. 2014. Pre-release biological control agent recommendations for swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum spp.) informed by demographic matrix models. International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds. p. 69.
Weeds and their effect on the performance of maize and fingermillet in the mid-hills of Nepal -
Karki, T.B., Sah, S.K., Thapa, R.B., McDonald, A.J., Davis, A.S., Khadka, Y.G. 2014. Weeds and their effect on the performance of maize and fingermillet in the mid-hills of Nepal. International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology. 2:275-278.
Ridge tillage concentrates potentially mineralizable soil N in the crop row, facilitating maize N uptake -
Kane, D.A., Snapp, S.S., Davis, A.S. 2014. Ridge tillage concentrates potentially mineralizable soil N in the crop row, facilitating maize N uptake. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 79:81-88.
Vegetative dispersal of perennial bioenergy crops as a potential invasion route -
West, N.M., Matlaga, D., Davis, A.S. 2015. Vegetative dispersal of perennial bioenergy crops as a potential invasion route. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 7:517-525.
Investment in seed physical defence is associated with species' light requirement for regeneration and seed persistence: evidence from Macaranga species in Borneo -
Tiansawat, P., Davis, A.S., Berhow, M.A., Zalamea, P., Dalling, J.W. 2014. Investment in seed physical defence is associated with species' light requirement for regeneration and seed persistence: evidence from Macaranga species in Borneo. PLoS One. 9(6):e99691.
Weed management practice selection among Midwest U.S. organic growers -
DeDecker, J.J., Masiunas, J.B., Davis, A.S., Flint, C.G. 2014. Weed management practice selection among Midwest U.S. organic growers. Weed Science. 62:520-531.
Agricultural weed research: a critique and two proposals -
Ward, S.M., Cousens, R.D., Bagavathiannan, M., Barney, J.N., Beckie, H.J., Busi, R., Davis, A.S., Dukes, J.S., Forcella, F., Freckleton, R.P. et al. 2014. Agricultural weed research: a critique and two proposals. Weed Science. 62:672-678.
Seed coat thickness data clarifies seed size-seed persistence tradeoffs in Abutilon theophrasti (Malvaceae) -
Schutte, B.J., Davis, A.S., Peinado, S.A., Ashigh, J. 2014. Seed coat thickness data clarifies seed size-seed persistence tradeoffs in Abutilon theophrasti (Malvaceae). Seed Science Research. 24:119-131.
Quantifying targets to manage invasion risk: light gradients dominate the early regeneration niche of naturalized and pre-commercial Miscanthus populations -
West, N.M., Matlaga, D.P., Davis, A.S. 2014. Quantifying targets to manage invasion risk: light gradients dominate the early regeneration niche of naturalized and pre-commercial Miscanthus populations. Biological Invasions. 16:1991-2001.
Do common waterhemp (Amaranthus rudis) seedling emergence patterns meet criteria for herbicide resistance simulation modeling? -
Schutte, B.R., Davis, A.S. 2014. Do common waterhemp (Amaranthus rudis) seedling emergence patterns meet criteria for herbicide resistance simulation modeling? Weed Technology. 28:408-417.
Fates of Setaria faberi and Abutilon theophrasti seeds in three crop rotation systems -
Liebman, M., Miller, Z., Williams, C., Westerman, P., Dixon, P., Heggenstaller, A., Davis, A.S., Menalled, F., Sundberg, D. 2014. Fates of Setaria faberi and Abutilon theophrasti seeds in three crop rotation systems. Weed Research. DOI: 10.1111/wre.12069.
Structural equation modeling facilitates transdisciplinary research on agriculture and climate change -
Smith, R.G., Davis, A.S., Koide, R., Mortensen, D., Grandy, S., Hunter, M., Daly, A., Atwood, L., Jordan, N., Spokas, K.A., Yannarell, A. 2014. Structural equation modeling facilitates transdisciplinary research on agriculture and climate change. Crop Science. 54:475-483.
An affinity-effect relationship for microbial communities in plant-soil feedback loops -
Lou, Y., Clay, S., Davis, A.S., Dille, A., Felix, J., Ramirez, H., Sprague, C., Yannarell, T. 2014. An affinity-effect relationship for microbial communities in plant-soil feedback loops. Microbial Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s00248-013-0349-2.
An investigation to enhance understanding of the stimulation of weed seedling emergence by soil disturbance -
Schutte, B.J., Tomasek, B.J., Davis, A.S., Andersson, L., Benoit, D.L., Cirujeda, A., Dekker, J., Forcella, F., Gonzalez-Andujar, J.L., Graziana, F. et al. 2014. An investigation to enhance understanding of the stimulation of weed seedling emergence by soil disturbance. Weed Research. 54(1):1-12.
Common sunflower seedling emergence across the U.S. Midwest -
Clay, S., Davis, A.S., Dille, J., Lindquist, J., Ramirez, A.H.M., Sprague, C., Reicks, G., Forcella, F. 2014. Common sunflower seedling emergence across the U.S. Midwest. Weed Science. 62:63-70.
Maternal environment effects on phenolic defenses in Abutilon theophrasti seeds -
Schutte, B.J., Davis, A.S., Wortman, S.E., Lindquist, J.L. 2013. Maternal environment effects on phenolic defenses in Abutilon theophrasti seeds. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 4:1127-1133.
Demographic matrix model for informing swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum spp.) biological control -
Milbrath, L.R., Biazzo, J., Davis, A.S. 2013. Demographic matrix model for informing swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum spp.) biological control. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. http://wssaabstracts.com/public/17/abstract-204.html.
Seed burial physical environment explains departures from regional hydrothermal model of giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) seedling emergence in U.S. Midwest -
Davis, A.S., Clay, S., Cardina, J., Dille, A., Forcella, F., Lindquist, J., Sprague, C. 2013. Seed burial physical environment explains departures from regional hydrothermal model of giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) seedling emergence in U.S. Midwest. Weed Science. 61(3):415-421.
Annual post-dispersal weed seed predation in contrasting field environments -
Davis, A.S., Taylor, E., Haramoto, E., Renner, K. 2013. Annual post-dispersal weed seed predation in contrasting field environments. Weed Science. 61:296-302.
Giant ragweed emergence across the Midwestern United States Reprint Icon -
Clay, S.A., Forcella, F., Davis, A.S., Sprague, C., Dille, J.A., Reicks, G., Ramirez, A.H., Taylor, E. 2012. Giant ragweed emergence across the Midwestern United States [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting. Oct. 21-24, 2012, Cincinnati, OH. Available: http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper71648.html.
Minimizing invasive potential of Miscanthus × giganteus grown for bioenergy: identifying demographic thresholds for population growth and spread -
Matlaga, D.P., Davis, A.S. 2013. Minimizing invasive potential of Miscanthus × giganteus grown for bioenergy: identifying demographic thresholds for population growth and spread. Journal of Applied Ecology. 50:479-487.
Increasing cropping system diversity balances productivity, profitability and environmental health -
Davis, A.S., Hill, J.D., Chase, C.A., Johanns, A.M., Liebman, M. 2012. Increasing cropping system diversity balances productivity, profitability and environmental health. PLoS One. 7(10):e47149. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0047149.
Precision zonal management systems for resilient cereal yields and ecosystem services under variable climates -
Local conditions, not regional gradients, drive demographic variation of giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) and common sunflower (Helianthus annus) across northern US maize belt -
Wortman, S.E., Davis, A.S., Schutte, B.J., Lindquist, J.L., Cardina, J., Felix, J., Sprague, C.L., Dille, J., Ramirez, A., Reicks, G., Clay, S.A. 2012. Local conditions, not regional gradients, drive demographic variation of giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) and common sunflower (Helianthus annus) across northern US maize belt. Weed Science. 60:440-450.
Pollen biology and dispersal dynamics in waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus) -
Liu, J., Davis, A.S., Tranel, P.J. 2012. Pollen biology and dispersal dynamics in waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus). Weed Science. 60:416-422.
Weed interference with field-grown soybean (Glycine max) decreases under elevated [CO2] in a FACE experiment -
Davis, A.S., Ainsworth, E.A. 2012. Weed interference with field-grown soybean (Glycine max) decreases under elevated [CO2] in a FACE experiment. Weed Research. 52(3):277-285.
Age-dependent population dynamics of the bioenergy crop Miscanthus x giganteus in Illinois -
Matlaga, D.P., Schutte, B., Davis, A.S. 2012. Age-dependent population dynamics of the bioenergy crop Miscanthus x giganteus in Illinois. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 5:238-248.
The importance of space, time and stochasticity to the demography and management of Alliaria petiolata -
Evans, J.A., Davis, A.S., Raghu, S., Raghavendran, A., Landis, D., Schemske, D. 2012. The importance of space, time and stochasticity to the demography and management of Alliaria petiolata. Ecological Applications. 22:1497-1511.
Light response of native and introduced Miscanthus sinensis seedlings -
Matlaga, D.P., Quinn, L.D., Davis, A.S., Stewart, R. 2012. Light response of native and introduced Miscanthus sinensis seedlings. Biological Invasions. 5:363-374.
Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense) suppession by sudangrass interference and defoliation -
Bicksler, A., Masiunas, J., Davis, A.S. 2012. Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense) suppession by sudangrass interference and defoliation. Weed Science. 60:260-266.
Demographic matrix model for swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum spp.) -
Milbrath, L.R., Davis, A.S. 2013. Demographic matrix model for swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum spp.). International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds. FHTET-2012-07:p. 176.
Plant Community Dynamics in Managed and Natural Ecosystems -
Evaluating the invasive potential of Miscanthus biofeedstocks: Estimating population parameters for current and hypothetical candidate species -
Matlaga, D.P., Davis, A.S., Quinn, L. 2011. Evaluating the invasive potential of Miscanthus biofeedstocks: Estimating population parameters for current and hypothetical candidate species. In: Botanical Society of America Proceedings. July 9-13, 2011, St. Louis, Missouri. Paper No. 79.
Temporal scaling of episodic point estimates of weed seed predation to long-term predation rates -
Davis, A.S., Daedlow, D., Schutte, B.J., Westerman, P. 2011. Temporal scaling of episodic point estimates of weed seed predation to long-term predation rates. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 2:382-692.
New approaches to understanding weed seed predation in agroecosystems -
Davis, A.S. 2011. New approaches to understanding weed seed predation in agroecosystems. Proceedings of the European Weed Research Society Symposium on Biotic Diversity. 4:42.
Evaluating the influence of wind speed on caryopsis dispersal of Miscanthus sinensis and Miscanthus x. giganteus -
Quinn, L.D., Matlaga, D.P., Stewart, R., Davis, A.S. 2011. Evaluating the influence of wind speed on caryopsis dispersal of Miscanthus sinensis and Miscanthus x. giganteus. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 4(1):142-150.
Modeling the spread of glyphosate-resistant common waterhemp -
Liu, J., Davis, A.S., Tranel, P. 2010. Modeling the spread of glyphosate-resistant common waterhemp [abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society Abstracts. 65:59.
Integrating management of soil nitrogen and weeds Reprint Icon -
Wortman, S., Davis, A.S., Schutte, B.J., Lindquist, J. 2011. Integrating management of soil nitrogen and weeds. Weed Science. 59(2):162-170.
Wide distribution of the waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus) delta-G210 PPX2 mutation, which confers resistance to PPO-inhibiting herbicides -
Thinglum, K., Riggins, C.W., Davis, A.S., Bradley, K., Al-Khatib, K., Tranel, P. 2011. Wide distribution of the waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus) delta-G210 PPX2 mutation, which confers resistance to PPO-inhibiting herbicides. Weed Science. 59(1):22-27.
Seed survival in soil: interacting effects of predation, dormancy and the soil microbial community -
Dalling, J., Davis, A.S., Schutte, B.J., Arnold, E. 2011. Seed survival in soil: interacting effects of predation, dormancy and the soil microbial community. Journal of Ecology. 99(1):89-95.
Dormancy and germination of Chenopodium album seeds from different latitudes in Europe and the USA -
Murdock, A.J., Dogan, I., Nicholls, R.A., Gonzalez Andujar, J., Benoit, D., Davis, A.S., Forcella, F., Graziani, F., Grundy, A., Karlsson, L., Milberg, P., Neve, P., Rasmussen, I.A., Salonnen, J., Sera, B., Sousa, E., Tei, F., Torresen, K., Urbano, J. 2010. Dormancy and germination of Chenopodium album seeds from different latitudes in Europe and the USA [abstract]. European Weed Research Society Symposium Proceedings. 17:A0090.
Nondestructive Tests for Weed Seedbank Studies -
Assessing the Invasive Potential of Miscanthus Biofeedstocks in Illinois -
Matlaga, D.P., Davis, A.S. 2010. Assessing the Invasive Potential of Miscanthus Biofeedstocks in Illinois. Weeds Without Borders Proceedings. p. 70-77.
Respray requests on custom-applied, Glyphosate-resistant soybeans in Illinois: how many and why? -
Schutte, B.J., Hager, A.G., Davis, A.S. 2010. Respray Requests on Custom-applied, Glyphosate-Resistant Soybeans in Illinois: How Many and Why? Weed Technology. 24(4):590-598.
Variable Demographic Rates in an Invasive Plant Species: Differences Among Populations and Management Implications -
Evans, J., Davis, A.S., Raghu, S., Landis, D., Schemske, D. 2010. Variable Demographic Rates in an Invasive Plant Species: Differences Among Populations and Management Implications [abstract]. Ecological Society of America Abstracts. 95:OOS-54.
Environmental Factors That Influence a Mutualism Between the Earthworm Lumbricus terrestris L. and the Annual Weed Ambrosia trifida L. -
Schutte, B.J., Liu, J., Davis, A.S., Harrison, S., Regnier, E.E. 2010. Environmental Factors That Influence a Mutualism Between the Earthworm Lumbricus terrestris L. and the Annual Weed Ambrosia trifida L. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 138:197-205.
Consequences of parameterization and structure of applied demographic models: a comment on Pardini et al. (2009) -
Evans, J., Davis, A.S. 2011. Consequences of parameterization and structure of applied demographic models: a comment on Pardini et al. (2009). Ecological Applications. 21(2):608-613.
Ecological considerations in the sustainable development of terrestrial biofuel crops -
Raghu, S., Spencer, J., Davis, A.S., Wiedenmann, R.N. 2011. Ecological considerations in the sustainable development of terrestrial biofuel crops. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 3:15-23.
Weighing Abiotic and Biotic Influences on Weed Seed Predation Rates -
Davis, A.S., Raghu, S. 2010. Weighing Abiotic and Biotic Influences on Weed Seed Predation Rates. Weed Research. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3180.2010.00790.x
Cover crop roller-crimper contributes to weed management in no-till soybean -
Davis, A.S. 2010. Cover Crop Roller-Crimper Contributes to Weed Management in No-Till Soybean. Weed Science. 58(3):300-309.
Weighing Abiotic and Biotic Influences on Weed Seed Predation Rates -
Davis, A.S., Raghu, S. 2010. Weighing Abiotic and Biotic Influences on Weed Seed Predation Rates. Weed Research. 50:402-412.
Screening Bioenergy Feedstock Crops to Mitigate Invasion Risk -
Davis, A.S., Cousens, R.D., Hill, J., Mack, R.N., Simberloff, D., Raghu, S. 2010. Screening Bioenergy Feedstock Crops to Mitigate Invasion Risk. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. doi:10.1890/090030
A Simple Relationship Between Short- and Long-term Seed Predation Rates -
Davis, A.S., Westerman, P.R. 2010. A Simple Relationship Between Short- and Long-term Seed Predation Rates. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. 49:148.
Invasive species in agriculture -
Davis, A.S., Landis, D.A. 2011. Invasive species in agriculture. In: M. Rejmanek and D. Simberloff, editors. Encyclopedia of Introduced Invasive Species. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. p. 7-11.
Evolutionary Limits Ameliorate the Negative Impact of an Invasive Plant -
Lankau, R., Nuzzo, V., Spyreas, G., Davis, A.S. 2009. Evolutionary Limits Ameliorate the Negative Impact of an Invasive Plant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 106:15362-15367.
USDA/ARS Organic Production Research -
Linkages Among Agronomic, Environmental and Weed Management Characteristics in North American Sweet Corn -
Williams, M.M. II, Davis, A.S., Rabaey, T.L., Boerboom, C.M. 2009. Linkages Among Agronomic, Environmental and Weed Management Characteristics in North American Sweet Corn. Field Crops Research. 113:161-169.
Weed science research and funding: a call to action -
Davis, A.S., Hall, J., Jasieniuk, M., Locke, M.A., Luschei, E.C., Mortensen, D.A., Reichers, D.E., Smith, R.G., Sterling, T.M., Westwood, J.H. 2009. Weed Science Research and Funding: A Call to Action. Weed Science. 57(4):442-448.
The association between the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris and giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) in agricultural fields across the eastern U.S. Corn Belt -
Schutte, B.J., Liu, J., Davis, A.S., Harrison, K., Regnier, E. 2009. The Association Between the Earthworm Lumbricus terrestris and Giant Ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) in Agricultural Fields Across the Eastern U.S. Corn Belt. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. 48:225.
Weed biomass and species composition as affected by an integrated crop-livestock system -
Tracy, B.F., Davis, A.S. 2009. Weed Biomass and Species Composition as Affected by an Integrated Crop-Livestock System. Crop Science. 49(4):1523-1530.
Principal canopy factors of sweet corn and relationships to competitive ability with wild-proso millet (panicum miliaceum) -
So, Y.F., Williams, M.M. II, Pataky, J.K., Davis, A.S. 2009. Principal Canopy Factors of Sweet Corn and Relationships to Competitive Ability with Wild-proso Millet (panicum miliaceum). Weed Science. 57:296-303.
Identification of polymorphic plastidic DNA sequences for waterhemp population genetics -
Liu, J., Thinglum, K., Tranel, P.J., Davis, A.S. 2009. Identification of Polymorphic Plastidic DNA Sequences for Waterhemp Population Genetics. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. 63:63.
Development of microsatellite markers for waterhemp population genetics -
Thinglum, K., Liu, J., Lee, R., Tranel, P.J., Davis, A.S. 2009. Development of Microsatellite Markers for Waterhemp Population Genetics. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. 63:70.
Living boundaries: tracking weed seed movement with non-dormant seeds -
Davis, A.S., Luschei, E.C. 2008. Living Boundaries: Tracking Weed Seed Movement with Non-Dormant Seeds. Weed Science. 57(2):163-168.
Managing weeds in organic farming systems: an ecological approach -
Mulch your tomatoes to fight weeds, retain soil moisture and save money -
Davis, A.S., Cherniss, J.S. 2008. Mulch your tomatoes to fight weeds, retain soil moisture and save money. The New Ag Network. 3(8):1.
Invasive plant species and the new bioeconomy -
Davis, A.S., Brainard, D.C., Gallandt, E.R. 2008. Invasive Plant Species and the New Bioeconomy. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Proceedings. 56:866.
Effect of early spring fertilizer nitrogen on weed emergence and growth -
Guza, A.E., Renner, K.A., Laboski, C., Davis, A.S. 2008. Effect of early spring fertilizer nitrogen on weed emergence and growth. Weed Science. 56(5):714-721.
Maternal and Burial Environment Effects on Seed Mortality of Velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) and Giant Foxtail (Setaria faberi) -
Schutte, B.J., Davis, A.S., Renner, K., Cardina, J. 2008. Maternal and Burial Environment Effects on Seed Mortality of Velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) and Giant Foxtail (Setaria faberi). Weed Science. 56(6):834-840.
Chemical and physical defense of weed seeds in relation to soil seedbank persistence -
Davis, A.S., Iannuzzi, J., Renner, K., Schutte, B.J. 2008. Chemical and physical defense of weed seeds in relation to soil seedbank persistence. Weed Science. 56(4):676-684.
Linking theory and practice in ecological weed management -
Davis, A.S. 2008. Linking theory and practice in ecological weed management. Ecological Society of America Abstracts. 97(1):OOS 15-8.
Weed seed pools concurrent with corn and soybean harvest in Illinois -
Davis, A.S. 2008. Weed seed pools concurrent with corn and soybean harvest in Illinois. Weed Science. 56(4):503-508.
Using models to guide weed management strategies for organic and low-external-input farming systems -
Liebman, M., Davis, A.S., Westerman, P.R. 2008. Using models to guide weed management strategies for organic and low-external-input farming systems. International Weed Science Society. 5(1):581.
Agronomic and economic performance characteristics of conventional and low-external-input cropping systems in the central corn belt -
Liebman, M., Gibson, L.R., Sundberg, D.N., Heggenstaller, A.H., Westerman, P.R., Chase, C.A., Hartzler, R.G., Menalled, F.D., Davis, A.S., Dixon, P.M. 2008. Agronomic and economic performance characteristics of conventional and low-external-input cropping systems in the central corn belt. Agronomy Journal. 100:600-610.
Mutualism between common earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) and giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) varies between Ohio and Illinois -
Davis, A.S., Regnier, E., Harrison, K., Liu, J., Schutte, B., Luschei, E. 2008. Mutualism between common earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) and giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) varies between Ohio and Illinois. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Proceedings. 47(1):63.
Seed chemical and physical defense in relation to seedbank persistence -
Davis, A.S., Iannuzzi, J., Renner, K.A., Schutte, B.J. 2007. Seed chemical and physical defense in relation to seedbank persistence. North Central Weed Science Society Proceedings. 61:43.
Crop competitive ability contributes to herbicide performance in sweet corn -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Davis, A.S. 2008. Crop competitive ability contributes to herbicide performance in sweet corn. Weed Research. 48(1):56-67.
Differential tolerance in sweet corn to wild proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) interference -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Davis, A.S. 2008. Differential tolerance in sweet corn to wild proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) interference. Weed Science. 56:91-96.
Variation in wild proso millet fecundity in sweet corn has residual effects in snap bean -
Davis, A.S., Williams, M. 2007. Variation in wild proso millet fecundity in sweet corn has residual effects in snap bean. Weed Science. 55(5):502-507.
Estimating functional nonlinearity in Alliaria petiolata demographic rates -
Evans, J.A., Davis, A.S., Landis, D.A., Schemske, D.W. 2007. Estimating functional nonlinearity in Alliaria petiolata demographic rates [abstract]. Ecological Society of America Abstracts. 92:3230.
Investigation of Anaerobic Herbicide Degradation in Agricultural Soils -
Chee Sanford, J.C., Sanford, R.A., Davis, A.S., Williams, M. 2007. Investigation of Anaerobic Herbicide Degradation in Agricultural Soils [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting. Paper No. Q-161.
Investigation of Anaerobic Herbicide Degradation in Agricultural Soils -
Chee Sanford, J.C., Sanford, R.A., Connor, L.M., Davis, A.S., Williams, M. 2007. Investigation of Anaerobic Herbicide Degradation in Agricultural Soils [abstract]. Meeting Abstract. #Q-161.
Wild Proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) suppresive ability among three sweet corn hybrids -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Davis, A.S. 2007. Wild proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) suppressive ability among three sweet corn hybrids. Weed Science. 55:245-251.
Exotic grasses as biofuels—the concerns -
Raghu, S., Davis, A.S. 2007. Exotic grasses as biofuels—the concerns. Illinois Natural Steward. 16:30-32.
EFFECTS OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN GERMINATION ENVIRONMENT, SEED PROVENANCE AND SOIL DISTURBANCE ON EMERGENCE OF CHENOPODIUM ALBUM -
Rasmussen, I.A., Benoit, D.L., Davis, A.S., Forcella, F., Gonzalez-Andujar, J.L., Graziani, F., Grundy, A., Karlsson, L., Mead, A., Milberg, P., Murdoch, A., Neve, P., Salonen, J., Sera, B., Sousa, E., Tei, F., Semb Torresen, K., Urbano, J.M. 2007. Effects of interactions between germination environment, seed provenance and soil disturbance on emergence of Chenopodium album [abstract]. European Weed Research Society Symposium Proceedings. 14:9.
NITROGEN FERTILIZER AND CROP RESIDUE EFFECTS ON SEED MORTALITY OF EIGHT ANNUAL WEED SPECIES -
Davis, A.S. 2007. Nitrogen fertilizer and crop residue effects on seed mortality of eight annual weed species. Weed Science. 55(2):123-128.
SURVEY OF WEEDS AND WEED MANAGEMENT IN SWEET CORN GROWN FOR PROCESSING -
Williams, M., Rabaey, T.L., Boerboom, C.M., Davis, A.S. 2007. Survey of weeds and weed management in sweet corn grown for processing. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. 61(1):83.
ROLE OF SWEET CORN CANOPY ARCHITECTURE IN CROP/WEED INTERACTIONS -
So, Y.F., Pataky, J.K., Williams, M., Davis, A.S. 2007. Role of sweet corn canopy architecture in crop/weed interactions. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. 61(1):166.
WILD PROSO MILLET SUPPRESSION AMONG SWEET CORN HYBRIDS -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Davis, A.S., Pataky, J., So, Y. 2006. Wild proso millet suppression among sweet corn hybrids. 2006 Processing Crops Conference. 2006:1-9.
WILD PROSO MILLET DEMOGRAPHY IN SNAP BEANS FOLLOWING THREE DIFFERENT SWEET CORN HYBRIDS -
Davis, A.S., Williams, M. 2006. Wild proso millet demography in snap beans following three different sweet corn hybrids [abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. 61:93.
functional analysis of nonlinearity in garlic mustard demographic parameters -
Davis, A.S., Raghu, S. 2007. functional analysis of nonlinearity in garlic mustard demographic parameters [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. 46:148.
Seed depth and pathogens affect fatal germination of velvetleaf and giant foxtail -
Davis, A.S., Kenner, K. 2007. Seed depth and pathogens affect fatal germination of velvetleaf and giant foxtail. Weed Science. 55:30-35.
ADDING BIOFUELS TO THE INVASIVE SPECIES FIRE? -
Raghu, S., Anderson, R.C., Daehler, C., Davis, A.S., Wiedenmann, R.N., Simberloff, D., Mack, R.N. 2006. Adding biofuels to the invasive species fire? Science. 313:1742.
CANOPY VARIATION AMONG THREE SWEET CORN HYBRIDS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR LIGHT COMPETITION -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Davis, A.S. 2006. Canopy variation among three sweet corn hybrids and implications for light competition. HortScience. 41:1449-1454.
DEMOGRAPHIC MODELS INFORM SELECTION OF BIOCONTROL AGENTS FOR GARLIC MUSTARD -
Davis, A.S., Landis, D.A., Nuzzo, V., Blossey, B., Gerber, E., Hinz, H. 2006. Demographic models inform selection of biocontrol agents for garlic mustard. Ecological Applications. 16:2399-2410.
WHEN DOES IT MAKE SENSE TO TARGET THE WEED SEEDBANK? -
Davis, A.S. 2006. When does it make sense to target the weed seedbank? Weed Science. 54(3):558-565.
DO MICROBES INFLUENCE SEED BANK DYNAMICS? -
Chee Sanford, J.C., Williams, M., Davis, A.S., Sims, G.K. 2006. Do microbes influence seed bank dynamics? Weed Science. 54(3):575-587.
INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT FOR ORGANIC FIELD CROPS -
Davis, A.S. 2006. Integrated weed management for organic field crops. The New Ag Network. Available: http://ipm.msu.edu/new-ag.htm.
MATRIX POPULATION MODELS TO INFORM A. PETIOLATA BIOCONTROL AGENT SELECTION -
Davis, A.S., Landis, D.A., Schemske, D.W., Evans, J.A. 2006. Matrix population models to inform A. petiolata biocontrol agent selection [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting. 45:36.
MICROBIAL INTERACTIONS WITH WEED SEEDS [ABSTRACT] -
Chee Sanford, J.C., Holman, T.J., Connor, L.M., Williams, M., Davis, A.S., Sims, G.K. 2005. Microbial interactions with weed seeds [abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society. 60:16.
WEED SEED MORTALITY IN SOILS WITH CONTRASTING AGRICULTURAL HISTORIES -
Davis, A.S., Anderson, K.I., Hallett, S.G., Renner, K.A. 2006. Weed seed mortality in soils with contrasting agricultural histories. Weed Science. 54(2):291-297.
WEED SEED MORTALITY IN SOILS WITH CONTRASTING AGRICULTURAL HISTORIES -
Davis, A.S., Anderson, K.I., Hallett, S.G., Renner, K.A. 2005. Weed seed mortality in soils with contrasting agricultural histories [abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society Meeting. 60(1):64.
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AFFECTING SEED PERSISTENCE OF 13 ANNUAL WEEDS ACROSS THE U.S. CORN BELT -
Davis, A.S., Cardina, J., Forcella, F., Johnson, G.A., Kegode, G., Lindquist, J., Luschei, E.C., Renner, K.A., Sprague, C.L., Williams, M. 2005. Environmental factors affecting seed persistence of 13 annual weeds across the U.S. corn belt. Weed Science. 53(6):860-868.
PREDICTING GARLIC MUSTARD BIOCONTROL AGENT SUCCESS WITH DEMOGRAPHIC MODELING -
Landis, D.A., Davis, A.S., Schemske, D.W. Predicting garlic mustard biocontrol agent success with demographic modeling. Meeting Proceedings. pp. 7-11.
INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT GUIDE: ONE YEAR'S SEEDING -
DAVIS, A.S., RENNER, K.A., DYER, L., MUTCH, D. 2005. Integrated weed management guide: One year's seedling. Michigan state University Extension: East Lansing, MI. 112 pp.
WEED SEEDBANK AND COMMUNITY SHIFTS IN A LONG-TERM CROPPING SYSTEMS EXPERIMENT -
Davis, A.S., Renner, K.A., Gross, K.L. 2005. Weed seedbank and community shifts in a long-term cropping systems experiment. Weed Science. 53:296-306.
BEYOND THRESHOLDS: APPLYING MULTIPLE TACTICS WITHIN INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS -
Davis, A.S., Ngouajio, M. 2005. Beyond thresholds: applying multiple tactics within integrated weed management systems. Weed Science. 53:368.
WHEN DOES TARGETING WEED SEEDBANKS MAKE SENSE? -
Davis, A.S. 2005. When does targeting weed seedbanks make sense? [abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society Meeting. 59:138.
SEED DEPTH PLACEMENT AND SOIL FUNGAL PATHOGENS AFFECT FATAL GERMINATION OF VELVETLEAF (ABUTILON THEOPHRASTI) -
Davis, A.S., Renner, K.A. 2004. Seed depth placement and soil fungal pathogens affect fatal germination of velvetleaf [Abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting. 44:204.
Environmental sustainability of cellulosic energy cropping systems -
Lowrance, R., Davis, A. 2014. Environmental sustainability of cellulosic energy cropping systems. In: Karlen, D.L., Editor. Cellulosic Energy Cropping Systems. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK. 15p. doi: 10.1002/9781118676332.
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