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Publications at this Location

ARS scientists publish results of their research projects in many formats. Listed below are the publications from research projects conducted at this location.

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2019 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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Individual field-collected glassy-winged sharpshooter vectors harbor sequences from two Xylella fastidiosa subspecies
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(4-Apr-19)
Dissimilar responses of fungal and bacterial communities to soil transplantation simulating abrupt climate changes
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(13-Feb-19)
Climate warming accelerates temporal scaling of grassland soil microbial biodiversity
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(8-Feb-19)
High-risk based field survey and high-throughput qPCR detection system for Huanglongbing-associated bacteria in commercial groves in California
(Abstract Only)
(8-Feb-19)
Progress on the development of a field-use optical sensor for screening of citrus pathogens in California
(Abstract Only)
(8-Feb-19)
Progress on the development of a field-use optical sensor for screening of citrus pathogens in California
(Abstract Only)
(8-Feb-19)
Characterization of California Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) strains that react with CTV MCA13 monoclonal antibody
(Abstract Only)
(7-Feb-19)
AC-DC electropenetrography (EPG) for in-depth studies of feeding and oviposition behaviors
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(4-Feb-19)
Microbial functional traits are sensitive indicators of mild disturbance by lamb grazing
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(14-Jan-19)