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Walter F Schmidt
Research Chemist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Continuous gradient temperature Raman spectroscopy of oleic and linoleic acids from -100 to 50°C -
Surface and subsurface inspection of food safety and quality using a line-scan Raman system -
Qin, J., Kim, M.S., Chao, K., Schmidt, W.F., Delwiche, S.R. 2016. Surface and subsurface inspection of food safety and quality using a line-scan Raman system. ASABE Annual International Meeting, St. Joseph, MI. ASABE Paper No. 162460315.
Study on Raman spectral imaging method for simultaneous estimation of ingredients concentration in food powder -
Dhakal, S., Chao, K., Qin, J., Kim, M.S., Schmidt, W.F. 2016. Study on Raman spectral imaging method for simultaneous estimation of ingredients concentration in food powder. ASABE Annual International Meeting, St. Joseph, MI, ASABE Paper No. 16248037.
Continuous gradient temperature Raman spectroscopy of n-6 DPA and DHA from -100 C to 20°C Reprint Icon -
Broadhurst, L., Schmidt, W.F., Kim, M.S., Nguyen, J.K., Qin, J., Chao, K., Bauchan, G.R., Shelton, D.R. 2016. Continuous gradient temperature Raman spectroscopy of n-6 DPA and DHA from -100 C to 20°C. Chemistry and Physics of Lipids. 200:1-10.
Evaluation of turmeric powder adulterated with metanil yellow using FT-Raman and FT-IR spectroscopy -
Dhakal, S., Chao, K., Schmidt, W.F., Qin, J., Kim, M.S., Chan, D.E. 2016. Evaluation of turmeric powder adulterated with metanil yellow using FT-Raman and FT-IR spectroscopy. Foods. 5(2):36-51.
Detection of metanil yellow contamination in turmeric using FT-Raman and FT-IR spectroscopy -
Dhakal, S., Chao, K., Qin, J., Kim, M.S., Schmidt, W.F., Chan, D.E. 2016. Detection of metanil yellow contamination in turmeric using FT-Raman and FT-IR spectroscopy. Proceedings of SPIE 9864, Sensing for Agriculture and Food Quality and Safety VII, 98640A.
Continuous gradient temperature Raman spectroscopy of the long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids Docosapentaenoic (DPA, 22:5n-6) and Docosahexaenoic (DHA; 22:6n-3) from -100 to 20° C -
Broadhurst, C.L., Schmidt, W.F., Kim, M.S., Nguyen, J.K., Qin, J., Chao, K., Bauchan, G.R., Shelton, D.R. 2016. Continuous gradient temperature Raman spectroscopy of the long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids Docosapentaenoic (DPA, 22:5n-6) and Docosahexaenoic (DHA; 22:6n-3) from -100 to 20° C. Proceedings of the SPIE 9864, Sensing for Agriculture and Food Quality and Safety VIII, 98640E.
A parameter selection for Raman spectroscopy-based detection of chemical contaminants in food powders -
Dhakal, S., Chao, K., Qin, J., Kim, M.S., Schmidt, W.F., Chan, D.E. 2016. A parameter selection for Raman spectroscopy-based detection of chemical contaminants in food powders. Transactions of the ASABE. 59(2):751-763.
A line-scan hyperspectral Raman system for spatially offset Raman spectroscopy -
Qin, J., Kim, M.S., Schmidt, W.F., Cho, B., Peng, Y., Chao, K. 2016. A line-scan hyperspectral Raman system for spatially offset Raman spectroscopy. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy. 47(4):437-443.
Gradient temperature Raman spectroscopy identifies flexible sites in proline and alanine peptides -
Depth of penetration of a 785nm laser for Raman spectral measurement in food powders. -
Chao, K., Dhakal, S., Qin, J., Kim, M.S., Peng, Yankun, Y., Schmidt, W.F. 2015. Depth of penetration of a 785nm laser for Raman spectral measurement in food powders. Proceedings of SPIE 9488, Sensing for Agriculture and Food Quality and Safety VII, 94880U.
Consequences of non-uniformity in the stoichiometry of component fractions within one and two loops models of alpha-helical peptides Reprint Icon -
Schmidt, W.F., Hapeman, C.J., Wachira, J., Thomas, C.G. 2104. Consequences of non-uniformity in the stoichiometry of component fractions within one and two loops models of alpha-helical peptides. Biophysical Chemistry. 5:125-133.
Temperature dependent Raman spectroscopy of melamine and structural analogs in milk powder -
Schmidt, W.F., Broadhurst, C., Qin, J., Lee, H., Nguyen, J.K., Chao, K., Hapeman, C.J., Shelton, D.R., Kim, M.S. 2015. Temperature dependent Raman spectroscopy of melamine and structural analogs in milk powder. Applied Spectroscopy. 669:398-406.
Probing the pH dependent optical properties of aquatic, terrestrial and microbial humic substances by sodium borohydride reduction -
Schmidt, W.F., Heighton, L. 2014. Probing the pH dependent optical properties of aquatic, terrestrial and microbial humic substances by sodium borohydride reduction. Journal of Geography and Geology. 6:214-227.
Discerning the flexibility and rigidity of beta-endosulfan isomerization to alpha-endosulfan using temperature-dependent Raman (TDR) spectroscopy: Influences on environmental fate -
Schmidt, W.F., Hapeman, C.J., Rice, C., Mcconnell, L.L. 2014. Discerning the flexibility and rigidity of beta-endosulfan isomerization to alpha-endosulfan using temperature-dependent Raman (TDR) spectroscopy: Influences on environmental fate [abstract]. American Chemical Society. AGRO 479.
Endosulfan wet deposition in Southern Florida Reprint Icon -
Potter, T.L., Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Harman-Fetcho, J.A., Schmidt, W.F., Rice, C., Schaffer, B. 2014. Endosulfan wet deposition in Southern Florida. Science of the Total Environment. 468-69, 505-513. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2013.08.070.
Uniqueness Of docosahexaenoic acid: A master Of DNA and A Quantum gate -
Crawford, M., Guest, M., Broadhurst, C.L., Schmidt, W.F., Nagar, A., Wang, Y. 2013. Uniqueness Of docosahexaenoic acid: A master Of DNA and A Quantum gate. Prostaglandins Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids. 88:5-13.
Developing novel approaches to characterize emissions from agricultural operations -
Huang, Q., Mcconnell, L.L., Razote, E., Schmidt, W.F., Vinyard, B.T., Torrents, A., Hapeman, C.J., Maghirang, R., Trabue, S.L. 2012. Developing novel approaches to characterize emissions from agricultural operations. [abstract].
Atmospheric transport of endosulfan to Everglades and Biscayne National Parks -
Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Harman-Fetcho, J.A., Schmidt, W.F., Rice, C., Schaffer, B.A., Curry, R. 2012. Atmospheric transport of endosulfan to Everglades and Biscayne National Parks. [abstract].
Utilizing single particle Raman microscopy as a non-destructive method to identify sources of PM10 from cattle feedlot operations Reprint Icon -
Huang, Q., McConnell, L.L., Razote, E., Schmidt, W.F., Vinyard, B.T., Torrents, A., Hapeman, C.J., Maghirang, R., Trabue, S.L., Prueger, J.H., Ro, K.S. 2013. Utilizing single particle Raman microscopy as a non-destructive method to identify sources of PM10 from cattle feedlot operations. Atmospheric Environment. 66:17-24.
A single peptide loop in an alpha-Helix Reprint Icon -
Endosulfan wet deposition in Southern Florida -
Effects of stress on endocrine and metabolic processes and redirection: Crosstalk between subcellular compartments -
Elsasser, T.H., Kahl, S., Capuco, A.V., Schmidt, W.F. 2012. Effects of stress on endocrine and metabolic processes and redirection: Crosstalk between subcellular compartments. Domestic Animal Endocrinology. 43(2):132-145.
Endosulfan in the atmosphere of South Florida: Transport to Everglades and Biscayne National Parks Reprint Icon -
Hapeman, C.J., Mcconnell, L.L., Potter, T.L., Harman Fetcho, J.A., Schmidt, W.F., Rice, C., Schaffer, B., Curry, R. 2012. Endosulfan in the atmosphere of South Florida: Transport to Everglades and Biscayne National Parks. Atmospheric Environment. 66:131-140.
Identification and quantification of inositol hexa-kis phosphate (IHP) in environmental samples at neutral pH using electro-spray ionization and raman spectroscopy Reprint Icon -
Heighton, L.P., Zimmerman, M., Rice, C., Codling, E.E., Tossell, J., Schmidt, W.F. 2012. Identification and quantification of inositol hexa-kis phosphate (IHP) in environmental samples at neutral pH using electro-spray ionization and raman spectroscopy. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 2:55-63.
Lipid immiscibility and biophysical properties: Molecular order within and among unit cell volumes -
Schmidt, W.F., Mookherji, S., Mitchell, A.D., Crawford, M. 2011. Lipid immiscibility and biophysical properties: Molecular order within and among unit cell volumes. Meeting Proceedings.
Volatile organic compounds in pesticide formulations: Assessing methods to predict contributions to ground-level ozone Reprint Icon -
Zeinali, M., Mcconnell, L.L., Hapeman, C.J., Nguyen, A., Schmidt, W.F., Howard, C. 2011. Volatile organic compounds in pesticide formulations: Assessing methods to predict contributions to ground-level ozone. Atmospheric Environment. 45:2404-2412.
Biodegradability of injection molded bioplastics containing polylactic acid and poultry feather fiber Reprint Icon -
Ahn, H., Smith, M.C., Schmidt, W.F., Huda, M.S., Reeves III, J.B., Mulbry III, W.W. 2011. Biodegradability of injection molded bioplastics containing polylactic acid and poultry feather fiber. Bioresource Technology. 102:4930-4933.
Raman spectra of organic (myo-inositol hexakis phosphate) and inorganic P sepctra show pH dependence -
Heighton, L., Schmidt, W.F. 2009. Raman spectra of organic (myo-inositol hexakis phosphate) and inorganic P sepctra show pH dependence. Proceedings of American Chemical Society National Meeting.
Kinetic and Equilibrium Constants of Phytic Acid, Ferric and Ferrous Phytate Derived From Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Reprint Icon -
Heighton, L., Schmidt, W.F., Siefert, R.L. 2008. Kinetic and Equilibrium Constants of Phytic Acid, Ferric and Ferrous Phytate Derived From Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. 56:9543-9547.
Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectroscopy Shows the Speciation of Phytate is pH Dependent -
Heighton, L., Schmidt, W.F., Rice, C., Siefert, R.L. 2008. Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectroscopy Shows the Speciation of Phytate is pH Dependent. Journal of Food Agriculture and Environment. 6:402-407.
Nitration of JAK-2 at the 1007Y-1008Y activation epitope impedes phosphorylation at this site: defining a GH, AKT/protein kinase B and nitric oxide synthase axis -
Elsasser, T.H., Li, C., Caperna, T.J., Kahl, S., Schmidt, W.F. 2007. GH-associated nitration of JAK2 at the 1007Y-1008Y epitope impedes phosphorylation at this site: Mechanism for and impact of a GH, AKT and nitric oxide synthase (NOS) axis on GH signal transduction. Endocrinology. 148:3792-3802. Available: http://endo.endojournals.org.
Protein-Transition Metal Ion Networks -
Barone, J.R., Dangaran, K.L., Schmidt, W.F. 2007. Protein-Transition Metal Ion Networks. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 106:1518-1525.
Interference by morpholine ethanesulfonic acid (MES) and related buffers in phenolic oxidation by peroxidase -
Baker, C.J., Mock, N.M., Roberts, D.P., Deahl, K.L., Hapeman, C.J., Schmidt, W.F., Kochansky, J.P. 2007. Interference by morpholine ethanesulfonic acid (MES) and related buffers in phenolic oxidation by peroxidase. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 43:1322-1327.
Chicken Feather Fiber as an Additive in MDF Composites -
Winandy, J.E., Muehl, J.H., Micales, J.A., Schmidt, W.F. 2007. Chicken Feather Fiber as an Additive in MDF Composites. Journal of Natural Fibers. 4:35-48.
Determination of the Physical Constants of Ferric and Ferrous Complexes of Phytic Acid by Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Resistance of Complexes to Enzymatic Dephosphoralation by Aspergillus ficcum -
BLENDS OF CYSTEINE-CONTAINING PROTEINS: I. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES -
Barone, J.R., Dangaran, K.L., Schmidt, W.F. 2006. Blends of cysteine-containing proteins: i. physical properties. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 54:5393-5399.
APPLICATION OF RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY TO ANALYSE THE CRYPTOSPORIDIUM PARVUM OOCYST WALL AND SUTURE CONSTITUENTS -
Jayasundera, S., Schmidt, W.F., Shelton, D.R., Fayer, R., Adar, F. 2006. Application of raman spectroscopy to analyse the cryptosporidium parvum oocyst wall and suture constituents [abstract]. Eastern Analytical Symposium. Somerset, New Jersey, November 13-16, 2006. Abstract #553, p. 58.
STEARIC ACID SOLUBILITY AND CUBIC PHASE VOLUME -
Schmidt, W.F., Barone, J.R., Francis, B.A., Reeves III, J.B. 2006. Stearic acid solubility and cubic phase volume. Chemistry and Physics of Lipids. 142(1-2):23-32.
CARBON AND NITROGEN IN OPERATIONALLY-DEFINED SOIL ORGANIC MATTER POOLS -
COMPARISON OF EFFICACY OF THREE EXTRACTANTS TO SOLUBILIZE GLOMALIN ON HYPHAE AND IN SOIL -
Wright, S.E., Nichols, K.A., Schmidt, W.F. 2006. Comparison of efficacy of three extractants to solubilize glomalin on hyphae and in soil. Chemosphere. 64(7):1219-1224.
PHYSICAL AND POTENTIOMETRIC CONSTANT OF FERROUS AND FERRIC PHYTATE APPLIED TO ORGANIC PHOSPHATE TRANSPORT IN POORLY DRAINED SOIL -
Heighton, L.P., Schmidt, W.F. 2005. Physical and potentiometric constant of ferrous and ferric phytate applied to organic phosphate transport in poorly drained soil. Electronic Publication. p. 1-53.
EXTRUSION OF FEATHER KERATIN -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F., Gregoire, N.T. 2006. Extrusion of feather keratin. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 100(2):1432-1442.
CHIRALITY INDEX, MOLECURLAR OVERLAY AND THE ACTIVITY OF STEREOISOMERIC TOPICAL MOSQUITO REPELLENTS. -
Natarajan, R., Basak, S., Balaban, A., Klun, J.A., Schmidt, W.F. 2005. Chirality index, molecurlar overlay and the activity of stereoisomeric topical mosquito repellents. Pesticide Management Science. 61:1193-1201.
NON-FOOD APPLICATIONS OF PROTEINACEOUS RENEWABLE MATERIALS -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2006. Non-food applications of proteinaceous renewable materials. Journal of Chemical Education. 83(7):1003-1009.
A FEATHER IN THE CAP OF POULTRY PRODUCERS -
Barone, J.R., Liebner, C.F., Schmidt, W.F. 2005. A feather in the cap of poultry producers. Zootechnica International. No. 6 p 24-28.
HYPER-RESPONSIVENESS TO PROINFLAMMATORY CHALLENGE INTENSIFIES METABOLIC IMPAIRMENT: ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN INCREASED 1007Y-1008Y JAK-2 NITRATION AND DECREASED IGF-1 AND IGF-1 MRNA EXPRESSION -
Elsasser, T.H., Garrett, W., Kahl, S., Schmidt, W., Li, C. 2005. Hyper-responsiveness to proinflammatory challenge intensifies metabolic impairment: associations between increased 1007-Y-1008Y JAK-2 nitration and decreased IGF-1 and IGF-1 mRNA expression [abstract]. Proceedings of the Endocrine Society, 87th Annual Meeting. p.391.
BLENDS OF CYSTEINE-CONTAINING PROTEINS -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2005. Blends of cysteine-containing proteins [abstract]. APS Annual Meeting. Paper No. V31.00014.
DIFFUSION KINETICS OF FORMIC ACID INTO AND OUT OF KERATIN FEATHER FIBER AND CONCURRENT EFFECT ON KERATIN MICROSTRUCTURE -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2006. Effect of formic acid exposure on Keratin fiber derived from poultry feather biomass. Bioresource Technology. 97(2):233-242.
DIRECT 31P NMR SPECTROSCOPIC MEASUREMENT OF PHOSPHOROUS FORMS IN DAIRY MANURES -
Jayasundera, S., Schmidt, W.F., Reeves Iii, J.B., Dao, T.H. 2005. Direct 31p nmr spectroscopic measurement of phosphorous forms in dairy manures. International Journal of Food, Agriculture, and the Environment. 3(2):335-340.
PROTEIN NITRATION STATUS IN NEWBORN CALVES -
Elsasser, T.H., Schmidt, W.F., Kahl, S. 2005. Milk-fed farm and companion animals - basic aspects and practice for the future [abstract]. University of Berne, Switzerland, February 10-12, 2005.
NEW USES FOR CHICKEN FEATHERS KERATIN FIBER -
Schmidt, W.F., Barone, J.R. 2004. New uses for chicken feathers keratin fiber. Poultry Waste Management Symposium Proceedings. p 99-101.
COMPOUNDING AND MOLDING OF POLYETHYLENE COMPOSITES REINFORCED WITH KERATIN FEATHER FIBER -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F., Liebner, C.F. 2005. Compounding and molding of polyethylene composites reinforced with keratin feather fiber. Composite Science and Technology. 65(3-4):683-692.
MOLECULAR CONFORMATIONAL CHANGES IN CARTILAGE STUDIED WITH NMR SPECTROSCOPY -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2004. Molecular conformational changes in cartilage studied with NMR spectroscopy [abstract]. Polymer Networks Conference, Bethesda, MD, Aug. 16-18, 2004. Paper No. P02.
POULTRY FEATHERS: NEW END USES -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2004. Poultry feathers: New end uses. Proceedings of the 38th National Meeting on Poultry Health and Processing. Delmarva Poultry Industry, Inc., Ocean City, MD. Oct. 22-24, 2004, pp. 47-50.
THERMALLY PROCESSED KERATIN FILMS -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F., Liebner, C.F. 2005. Thermally processed keratin films. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 97(4):1644-1651.
OPTIMIZED SYNTHESIS OF FOUR ISOTOPICALLY LABELED (13C-ENRICHED) PHENOLIC ACIDS VIA A MALONIC ACID CONDENSATION -
Schmidt, W.F., Robbins, R.J. 2004. Optimized synthesis of four isotopically labeled (13c-enriched) phenolic acids via a malonic acid condensation. J. Label Compd Radiopharm. 47:797-809.
POLYETHYLENE REINFORCED WITH KERATIN FIBERS OBTAINED FROM CHICKEN FEATHERS -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2005. Polyethylene reinforced with keratin fibers obtained from chicken feathers. Composite Science and Technology. 65(2):173-181.
PHYSICAL MODIFICATION OF THE KERATIN NETWORK TO PRODUCE NEW POLYMER BLENDS -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2004. Physical modification of the keratin network to produce new polymer blends [abstract]. American Chemical Society National Meeting. Philadelphia, PA, Aug. 23-27, 2004. Paper No. CELL 78.
PHYSICAL MODIFICATION OF THE KERATIN NETWORK TO PRODUCE NEW POLYMER BLENDS -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2004. Physical modification of the keratin network to produce new polymer blends [abstract]. Polymer Networks Conference, Bethesda, MD, Aug. 16 - 18, 2004. Paper No. P01.
NOVEL KERATIN POLYMER BLENDS MADE FROM POULTRY FEATHER BIOMASS -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2004. Novel keratin polymer blends made from poultry feather biomass. BARC Poster Day. April 29, 2004. Abstract 31.
NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTRA OF NATURAL UNDILUTED LIPIDS: DOCOSAHEXANOIC-RICH PHOSPHOLIPID AND TRIACYLGLYCEROL FROM FISH -
MOLECULAR CONFORMATIONAL CHANGES IN CARTILAGE USING NMR SPECTROSCOPY -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2004. Molecular conformational changes in cartilage using NMR spectroscopy [abstract]. American Physical Society. Paper No. L31.010.
THERMALLY PROCESSED KERATIN FILMS -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2004. Thermally processed keratin films [abstract]. American Physical Society. Paper No. L31.008.
AVAILABILITY OF PHYTIC ACID COMPLEXES OF FERRIC AND FERROUS IRON TO ENZYMATIC DEPHOSPHORALATION BY ASPERGILLUS FICCUM -
Heighton-Davies, L., Siefert, R.L., Schmidt, W.F. 2004. Availability of phytic acid complexes of ferric and ferrous iron to enzymatic dephosphoralation by aspergillus ficcum. American Society of Limnology And Oceanography Summer Meeting. Savannah, GA. June 13-18, 2004.
UNDERSTANDING THE BEHAVIOR OF KERATIN FIBER DERIVED FROM CHICKEN FEATHERS: EXPLOITATION OF INTRINSIC PROPERTIES FOR NEW TECHNOLOGIES -
Barone, J.R., Schmidt, W.F. 2003. Understanding the behavior of keratin fiber derived from chicken feathers: exploitation of intrinsic properties for new technologies [abstract]. BARC Poster Day. April 2003.
EXAMINATION OF MOLECULAR INTERACTION SITES OF ACETANILIDES WITH ORGANIC MATTER SURROGATES USING NMR TECHNIQUES -
Shalini Jayasundera, Walter F. Schmidt, Cathleen J. Hapeman, and Alba Torrents Examination of molecular interaction sites of acetanilides with organic matter surrogates using nuclear magnetic resonance techniques Submitted to Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry Accepted by Journal: 3/14/03 Published: 51(13):3829 - 3835.
CURRENT UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE RESEARCH ON UNDERSTANDING AGROCHEMICAL FATE AND TRANSPORT TO PREVENT AND MITIGATE ADVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS -
Cathleen J. Hapeman, Laura L. McConnell, Clifford P. Rice, Ali M. Sadeghi, Walter F. Schmidt, Gregory W. McCarty, James L. Starr, Pamela J. Rice, Jonathan T. Angier and J. A. Harman-Fetcho Current United States Department of Agriculture - Agricultural Research Service research on understanding agrochemical fate and transport to prevent and mitigate adverse environmental impacts Submitted to Pest Management Science Accepted by Journal: 2/18/2003 Published: 59:681-690.
ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CHALCONE POLYMERS FROM CINNAMON WITH INSULIN-LIKE BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY -
Anderson, R.A., Broadhurst,, L., Polansky, M.M., Schmidt, W.F., Khan,, A., Flanagan, V.P., Schoene, N.W., Graves,, D.J. 2004. Isolation and characterization of chalcone polymers from cinnamon with insulin-like biological activity. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. 52:65-70.
WHAT DOES P-31 NMR TELL US ABOUT PHOSPHORUS IN DAIRY MANURES? -
SOLUBILIZATION OF ACYL HETEROGENEOUS TRIACYLGLYCEROL IN PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE VESICLES -
Li, R., Schmidt, W.F., Rankin, S., Walzem, R.L., Boyle-Roden, E. 2003. Solubilization of Acylheterogeneous Triacylglycerol in Phosphatidylcholine Vesicles. J. Ag. Food Chem. 51:477-482.
MICROCRYSTALLINE KERATIN FIBER -
Schmidt, W.F., Jayasundera, S. 2004. Microcrystalline keratin fiber. In: Wallenberger, F., Weston, N., editors. Natural Fibers Plastics and Composites - Recent Advances. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, MA. p. 51-66.
CARBON CONTRIBUTION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF HUMIC ACID, FULVIC ACID, PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER AND GLOMALIN IN DIVERSE ECOSYSTEMS -
NICHOLS, K.A., WRIGHT, S.E., SCHMIDT, W.F., CAVIGELLI, M.A., DZANTOR, K. CARBON CONTRIBUTION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF HUMIC ACID, FULVIC ACID, PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER AND GLOMALIN IN DIVERSE ECOSYSTEMS. IN: PROCEEDINGS OF HUMIC SUBSTANCES: NATURE'S MOST VERSATILE MATERIALS.INTERNATIONAL HUMIC SUBSTANCES SOCIETY. BOSTON, MA. 2002. PP 365-367.
EXPLANATION FOR THE ISOMERIC COMPARTMENTALIZATION OF ENDOSULFAN -
MICROCRYSTALLINE KERATIN FROM FEATHERS TO COMPOSITE PRODUCTS -
ISOLATION OF FLAVIPIN, A FUNGUS COMPOUND ANTAGONISTIC TO PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODES -
Nitao, J.K., Meyer, S.L., Oliver, J.E., Schmidt, W.F., Chitwood, D.J. 2002. Isolation of flavipin, a fungus compound antagonistic to plant-parasitic nematodes. Nematology 4(1): 55-63.
MOLECULAR INFLUENCES ON THE ATMOSPHERIC PARTITIONING OF ENDOSULFAN ISOMERS -
CA (II) AMENDMENT EFFECTS ON PHYTATE-PHOSPHORUS HYDROLYSIS -
DAO, T.H., SCHMIDT, W.F. CA (II) AMENDMENT EFFECTS ON PHYTATE-PHOSPHORUS HYDROLYSIS. AGRONOMY ABSTRACTS. 2001.
USING NMR TO DISTINGUISH UNIQUE COMPONENTS OF HUMIC SUBSTANCES -
NICHOLS, K.A., WRIGHT, S.E., SCHMIDT, W.F., SIMPSON, A.J., DZANTOR, E.K. USING NMR TO DISTINGUISH UNIQUE COMPONENTS OF HUMIC SUBSTANCES. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRONOMY MEETINGS. 2001. S03-NICHOLS190155-0.
KAEMPFEROL GLUCO-RHAMNOSIDE, A NEW FLAVONL FROM E. C. VAR. IPADU -
KAEMPFEROL (RHANMNOLY) GLUCOSIDE, A NEW FLAVANOL FROM E.C. VAR. IPADU -
FLAVONOIDS AS CHEMOTAXONOMIC MARKERS OF AMAZONIAN COCA ERYTHROXYLUM IPADU -
NOVEL FATTY-ACID ESTERS OF P-COUMARYL ALCOHOL IN EPICUTICULAR WAX OF APPLE FRUIT -
NOVEL FATTY-ACID ESTERS OF P-COUMARYL ALCOHOL IN EPICUTICULAR WAX OF APPLE FRUIT -
TRACING THE SPECIFIC INTERACTION SITES AND DIFFERENT MOLECULAR ORIENTATIONS OF METOLACHLOR WHEN BINDING TO ORGANIC SORBENTS -
STEREOCHEMICAL CONSEQUENCES IN AN INSECT REPELLENT -
ANTIOXIDANT PHENOLIC FATTY-ACID ESTERS IN GALA APPLE WAX ARE P-COUMARYL ALCOHOL DERIVATIVES -
GLOMALIN AS A CONSTITUENT OF HUMIC SUBSTANCES -
NICHOLS, K.A., WRIGHT, S.E., SCHMIDT, W.F., DZANTOR, E.K. GLOMALIN AS A CONSTITUENT OF HUMIC SUBSTANCES. HUMIC SUBSTANCES SEMINAR V. 2001.
METAL BINDING TO ASPARTIC ACID AND POLYASPARTATE -
NEMATODE-ANTAGONISTIC TRICHOTHECENES FROM FUSARIUM EQUISETI -
Nitao, J.K., Meyer, S.L., Schmidt, W.F., Fettinger, J.C., Chitwood, D.J. 2001. Nematode-antagonistic trichothecenes from fusarium equiseti. Journal of Chemical Ecology 27(5): 859-869.
NMR AND MOLECULAR MODELING OF ADIPOSE TISSUE STRUCTURE AND TRIACYLGLYCEROL RELATIVE MOBILIZATION -
WHAT'S KNOWN AND WHAT'S YET TO BE KNOW WITH RESPECT TO THE SORPTION OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS ONTO SOILS -
APPLICATION OF RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY TO ANALYSIS OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ENANTIOMERS -
NEMATODE-ANTAGONISTIC TRICHOTHECENE COMPOUNDS FROM FUSARIUM EQUISETI -
FUSARIUM EQUISETI SECRETES COMPOUNDS ANTAGONISTIC TO ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE, MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA -
NEMATICIDAL COMPOUNDS FROM FUNGI: INHIBITORS OF ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE EGG HATCH AND JUVENILE MOBILITY -
NEMATODE-ANTAGONISTIC TRICHOTHECENES FROM THE FUNGUS FUSARIUM EQUISETI -
CONFORMATIONAL CHANGES IN METOLACHLOR FROM DIASTEREOISOMERIC INTERACTIONS -
PHOSPHOROUS EXCRETION PATTERNS OF BROILERS AS AFFECTED BY DIETARY PHOSPHROROUS AND PHYTASE -
NMR RELAXATION STUDY ON ACETAMIDE PESTICIDE INTERACTIONS WITH SOIL ORGANIC MATTER SURROGATES -
NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDY AND MOLECULAR MODELING OF METOLACHLOR CONFORMATIONS IN SOLUTION -
INFLUENCE OF THE CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT ON METOLACHLOR CONFORMATIONS -
EVIDENCE FOR THE UNIQUE FUNCTION OF PHA DURING THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN HUMANIOL BRAIN -
FLAVONOIDS AS CHEMOTAXONOMIC MARKERS FOR ERYTHROXYLUM ULEI -
AN EXTRACTIVE FROM A BITTER MUTANT OF HAWKESBURY WATERMELON (CITRULLUS VULGARIS SCHRAD) AND ITS PHAGOSTIMULANCY TO DIABROTICITE BEETLES (COLEOPTERA: CHRYSOMELIDAE) -
CHIRAL 2,3-EPOXYACIDS VIA THE JOCIC REACTION -
CHARACTERIZATION AND STRUCTURE BY NMR AND FTIR SPECTROSCOPY, AND MOLECULAR MODELING OF CHROMIUM (III) PICOLINATE COMPLEXES UTILIZED FOR NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTATION -
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