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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Research Project: FUNCTION OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN ORGANIC AND CONVENTIONAL AGRICULTURE

Location: Molecular Characterization of Foodborne Pathogens Research

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Mycorrhizal fungi collected from the rhizospheres around different olive cultivars vary in their ability to improve growth and polyphenol levels in leeks Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Malik, N.S., Nunez, A., Mckeever, L., Kunta, M., Douds, D.D., Needleman, D.S. 2016. Mycorrhizal fungi collected from the rhizospheres around different olive cultivars vary in their ability to improve growth and polyphenol levels in leeks. Journal of Agricultural Science. 8:1-10.

Utilization of inoculum of AM fungi produced on-farm for the production of Solanum lycopersicum: a summary of 7 years of field trials on a conventional vegetable farm with high soil phosphorus Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Douds, D.D., Lee, J., Mckeever, L., Ziegler-Ulsh, C., Ganser, S. 2016. Utilization of inoculum of AM fungi produced on-farm for the production of Solanum lycopersicum: a summary of 7 years of field trials on a conventional vegetable farm with high soil phosphorus. Scientia Horticulturae. 207:89-96.

Influence of host plants and soil diluents on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus propagation for on-farm inoculum production using leaf litter compost and agrowastes - (Peer reviewed journal)
Chaiyasen, A., Leardwiriyakool, C., Douds, D.D., Lumyong, S. 2016. Influence of host plants and soil diluents on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus propagation for on-farm inoculum production using leaf litter compost and agrowastes. Biological Agriculture and Horticulture. DOI:org/10.1080/01448765.2016.1187670.

Mycorrhizal symbiosis produces changes in specific flavonoids in leaves of pepper plant (Capsicum annum L.) - (Peer reviewed journal)
Malik, N.S., Nunez, A., Mckeever, L. 2015. Mycorrhizal symbiosis produces changes in specific flavonoids in leaves of pepper plant (Capsicum annum L.). Subtropical Agriculture and Environments. 66:16-22.

A method to minimize the time needed for formation of mycorrhizas in sweet corn seedlings for outplanting using AM fungus inoculum produced on-farm - (Peer reviewed journal)
Douds, D.D., Wilson, D.O., Ziegler-Ulsh, C. 2016. A method to minimize the time needed for formation of mycorrhizas in sweet corn seedlings for outplanting using AM fungus inoculum produced on-farm. Scientia Horticulturae. 203:62-68.

Impacts of farm management upon arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and production and utilization of inoculum - (Proceedings)
Douds, D.D. 2015. Impacts of farm management upon arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and production and utilization of inoculum. New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference Proceedings. p. 178-181.

Changes in polyphenols in "Rio Red' grapefruit leaves in response to Elsinoe australis infection Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Satpute, A., Malik, N.S., Perez, J.L., Da Graca, J., Kunta, M. 2015. Changes in polyphenols in "Rio Red' grapefruit leaves in response to Elsinoe australis infection. Phytoparasitica. 43:629-636.

Inoculation of sweet potatoes with AM fungi produced on-farm increases yield in high P soil Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Douds, D.D., Lee, J., Shenk, J., Ganser, S. 2016. Inoculation of sweet potatoes with AM fungi produced on-farm increases yield in high P soil. Journal of Applied Horticulture. 17(3):171-175.

On-farm produced microbial soil inoculants effects on bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) production - (Peer reviewed journal)
Englander, A., Douds, D.D., Mallory, E. 2015. On-farm produced microbial soil inoculants effects on bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) production. Biological Agriculture and Horticulture. 32(2):85-97

On-farm production and utilization of mycorrhizal fungus inoculum - (Abstract only)
Douds, D.D., Wertheim, F.S. 2015. On-farm production and utilization of mycorrhizal fungus inoculum. Meeting Abstract. p. 1-2.

Changes in free polyphenol levels in Satsuma leaves in response to Asian citrus psyllid infestation and water stress - (Peer reviewed journal)
Malik, N.S., Perez, J.L., Kunta, M., Olanya, O.M. 2015. Changes in free polyphenol levels in Satsuma leaves in response to Asian citrus psyllid infestation and water stress. Open Agriculture Journal. DOI: 10.2174/1874331501509010001.

Mycorrhizal symbiosis in leeks increases plant growth under low phosphorus and affects the levels of specific flavonoid glycosides Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Malik, N.S., Nunez, A., Mckeever, L. 2015. Mycorrhizal symbiosis in leeks increases plant growth under low phosphorus and affects the levels of specific flavonoid glycosides. Journal of Food Agriculture and Environment. 13(1):54-60.

Changes in free amino acids and polyamine levels in Satsuma leaves in response to Asian citrus psyllid infestation and water stress - (Peer reviewed journal)
Malik, N.S., Perez, J.L., Kunta, M., Patt, J.M., Mangan, R.L. 2014. Changes in free amino acids and polyamine levels in Satsuma leaves in response to Asian citrus psyllid infestation and water stress. Insect Science. DOI:10.1111/1744-7917.12075/full.

On-farm production of arbuscular mycorrhizal funus inoculum in compost and vermiculite mixtures: results of on-farm demonstrations and impact of compost microbiological quality - (Peer reviewed journal)
Douds, D.D., Chaiyasen, A., Vasquez, L.R., Wertheim, F.S. 2014. On-farm production of arbuscular mycorrhizal funus inoculum in compost and vermiculite mixtures: results of on-farm demonstrations and impact of compost microbiological quality. Journal of the National Association County Agricultural Agents. http://www.nacaa.com/journal/index.php?jid=444.

Molecular characterization and pathogenicity assays of Colletotrichum acutatum, causal agent for lime anthracnose in Texas Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Ruiz, A., Parra, C.C., Da Graca, J.V., Salas, B., Malik, N.S., Kunta, M. 2014. Molecular characterization and pathogenicity assays of Colletotrichum acutatum, causal agent for lime anthracnose in Texas. Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia. 32(1):52-61.

Effect of biochar soil-amendments on Allium porrum growth, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus colonization - (Peer reviewed journal)
Han, Y., Douds, D.D., Boateng, A.A. 2015. Effect of biochar soil-amendments on Allium porrum growth, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus colonization. Journal of Plant Nutrition. DOI:org/10.1080/01904167.2015.1089903.

Pelletized biochar as a carrier for AM fungi in the on-farm system of inoculum production in compost and vermiculite mixtures Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Douds, D.D., Lee, J., Uknalis, J., Boateng, A.A., Ziegler-Ulsh, C. 2014. Pelletized biochar as a carrier for AM fungi in the on-farm system of inoculum production in compost and vermiculite mixtures. Compost Science and Utilization. 22(4):253-262.

Evaluating the potential of mycorrhizal fungi to boost yields in field grown leeks - (Peer reviewed journal)
Wertheim, F.S., Douds, D.D., Handley, D.T., Hutton, M. 2014. Evaluating the potential of mycorrhizal fungi to boost yields in field grown leeks. Journal of the National Association County Agricultural Agents. http://www.nacaa.com/journal/index.php?jid=281.

Fungal nutrient allocation in common mycorrhizal networks is regulated by the carbon source strength of individual host plants Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Felllbaum, C.R., Mensah, J.A., Cloos, A.J., Strahan, G.D., Pfeffer, P., Kiers, T., Bucking, H. 2014. Fungal nutrient allocation in common mycorrhizal networks is regulated by the carbon source strength of individual host plants. New Phytologist. DOI:10.1111/nph.12827.

Take advantage of mycorrhizal fungi for improved soil fertility and plant health - (Abstract only)
Douds, D.D. 2014. Take advantage of mycorrhizal fungi for improved soil fertility and plant health. Meeting Abstract. pp. 4-5.

Quantitative distribution of Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus in the aerial parts of the field grown HLB-infected citrus trees in Texas Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Kunta, M., Da Graca, J.V., Malik, N.S., Louzad, E.S., Setamou, M. 2014. Quantitative distribution of Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus in the aerial parts of the field grown HLB-infected citrus trees in Texas. HortScience. 49:65-68.

Production of AM fungus colonized seedlings under organic management; suitablity of hydrolyzed fish vs. blood meal as options for N addition Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Douds, D.D., Lee, J., Mitchell, R., Ziegler-Ulsh, C. 2013. Production of AM fungus colonized seedlings under organic management; suitablity of hydrolyzed fish vs. blood meal as options for N addition. Biological Agriculture and Horticulture. 29(3):186-196.

Utilization of inoculum of AM fungi produced on-farm for the production of Capsicum annuum: a summary of 7 years of field trials on a conventional vegetable farm - (Peer reviewed journal)
Douds, D.D., Lee, J., Rogers, L., Lohman, M.E., Pinzon, N., Ganser, S. 2012. Utilization of inoculum of AM fungi produced on-farm for the production of Capsicum annuum: a summary of 7 years of field trials on a conventional vegetable farm. Biological Agriculture and Horticulture. 28:129-145.

Carbon availability for the fungus triggers nitrogen uptake and transport in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis - (Peer reviewed journal)
Fellbaum, C., Gachomo, E.W., Beesetty, Y., Choudhari, S., Strahan, G.D., Pfeffer, P., Kiers, T., Bucking, H. 2012. Carbon availability for the fungus triggers nitrogen uptake and transport in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Available: http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2012/01/27/1118650109.full.pdf+html.

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