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Bauer, P.J., J.A. Foulk, G.R. Gamble, and E.J. Sadler. 2009. A Comparison of Two Cotton Cultivars Differing in Maturity for Within-Canopy Fiber Property Variation. Crop Sci. 49:651-657.
Bauer, P.J., D.M. Park, and B.T. Campbell. 2009. Cotton production in rotation with summer legumes. Journal of Cotton Science 13:183-188.
Burns, J. C., K.C. Stone, P.G. Hunt, M. B. Vanotti, K.B. Cantrell, and D.S. Fisher. 2009. Intake and Digestibility of 'Coastal' Bermudagrass Hay from Treated Swine Waste Using Subsurface Drip Irrigation. J. Environ. Qual. 38:1749-1756.
Busscher, W.J. 2009. Book Review - Field Estimation of Soil Water Content. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 64:116A.
Busscher, W.J., D.L. Bjorneberg, and R.E. Sojka. 2009. Field application of PAM as an amendment in deep-tilled US southeastern coastal plain soils. Soil Till. Res. 104(2):215-220 DOI information: 10.1016/j.still.2009.02.009
Busscher, W.J., J.M. Novak, and M. Ahmedna. 2009. Biochar Addition to a Southeastern USACoastal Sand to Decrease Soil Strength and Improve Soil Quality. ISTRO 18th Triennial Conference Proceedings CD-ROM, June 15-19, 2009 Izmir-TURKEY
Campbell, B.T., O.L. May, D.S. Howle, and D.C. Jones. 2009. Registration of PD 99035 Germplasm Line of Cotton. Journal of Plant Registrations, Vol.3, No. 1.
Campbell, B.T., V.E. Williams, and W. Park. 2009. Using molecular markers and field performance data to characterize the Pee Dee cotton germplasm resources. Euphytica. 169:285-301.
Cantrell, K.B. and T.H. Walker 2009. Influence of temperature on growth and peak oil biosynthesis in a carbon-limited medium by Pythium irregulare'. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 86(8):791-797.
Cole, C.B. D.T. Bowman, F.M. Bourland, W.D. Caldwell, B.T. Campbell, D.E. Fraser, and D.B. Weaver. 2009. Impact of Heterozygosity and Heterogeneity on Cotton Lint Yield Stability. Crop Sci. 49:1577-1585.
Ducey, T.F., L. Jackson, J. Orvis, and D.W. Dyer. 2009. Transcript Analysis of nrrF, a Fur Repressed sRNA of Neisseria Gonorrhoeae. T.F. Ducey et al. / Microbial Pathogenesis 46, 166-170.
Hunt, P.G., K.C. Stone, T.A. Matheny, M.E. Poach, M.B. Vanotti, and T.F. Ducey. 2009. Denitrification of nitrified and non-nitrified swine lagoon wastewater in the suspended sludge layer of treatment wetlands. Ecological Engineering. 35(10):1514-1522.
Liang, Y., H.T. Gollany, R.W. Rickman, S.L. Albrecht, R.F. Follett, W.W. Wilhelm, J.M. Novak, C.L. Douglas Jr. 2009. Simulating Soil Organic Matter with CQESTR (v.2.0): Model description and Validation against long-term experiments across North America. Ecological Modelling 220, 568-581.
Novak, J.M., W.J. Busscher, D.L. Laird, M. Ahmedna, D.W. Watts, and M. Niandou. 2009. Impact of biochar amendment on fertility of a southeastern Coastal Plain soil. Soil Science 174(2):105-112.
Novak, J.M., J.R. Frederick, P.J. Bauer, and D.W. Watts. 2009. Rebuilding Organic Carbon Contents in Coastal Plain Soils Using Conservation Tillage Systems. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73:622-629.
Park, W., J. Zhai, and J. Lee. 2009. Highly efficient gene silencing using perfect complementary artificial miRNA targeting AP1 or heteromeric artificial miRNA targeting AP1 and CAL genes. Plant Cell Report. 28:469-480.
Raczkowski, C.W., M.R. Reyes, G.B. Reddy, W.J. Busscher, and P.B. Bauer. 2009. Comparison of conventional and no-tillage corn and soybean production on runoff and erosion in the southeastern US Piedmont. J Soil Water Conserv. 64:53-60.
Ro, K.S., K.B. Cantrell, P.G. Hunt, T.F. Ducey, M.B. Vanotti, and A.A. Szogi. 2009. Thermochemical conversion of livestock wastes: Carbonization of swine solids. Bioresource Technology 100:5466-5471.
Ro, K.S., M.H. Johnson, R.M. Varma, R.A. Hashmonay, and P.G. Hunt. 2009. Measurement of greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural sites using open-path optical remote sensing method. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 44(10):1011-1018.
Rothrock, M.J. Jr., K.L. Cook, and C.H. Bolster. 2009. Comparative quantification of Campylobacter jejuni from environmental samples using traditional and molecular biological techniques. Can. J. Microbiol. 55: 633-641 doi:10.1139/W09-006.
Schomberg, H.H., S. Wietholter, T.S. Griffin, D.W. Reeves, M.L. Cabrera, D.S. Fisher, D.M. Endale, J.M. Novak, K.S. Balkcom, R.L. Raper, N.R. Kitchen, M.A. Locke, K.N. Potter, R.C. Schwartz, C.C. Truman, and D.D. Tyler. 2009. Assessing Indices for Predicting Potential Nitrogen Mineralization in Soils under Different Management Systems. Soil Sci Soc Am J. 73: 1575-1586.
Szogi, A.A. and M.B. Vanotti. 2009. Prospects for phosphorus recovery from poultry litter. Bioresource Technology 100:5461-5465.
Szogi, A.A. and M.B. Vanotti. 2009. Removal of Phosphorus from Livestock Effluents. J. Envrion. Qual. 28:576-586.
Vanotti, M.B., A.A. Szogi, M.P. Bernal, and J. Martinez. 2009. Livestock waste treatment systems of the future: A challenge to environmental quality, food safety, and sustainability. OECD Workshop. Bioresource Technology 100:5371-5373.
Vanotti, M.B., A.A. Szogi, P.D. Millner, and J.H. Loughrin. 2009. Developmement of second-generation Environmentally Superior Technology for treatment of swine manure in the USA. Bioresource Technology 100:5406-5416.
Wallace, T.P., D. Bowman, B.T. Campbell, P. Chee, O.A. Gutierrez, R.J. Kohel, J. McCarty, G. Myers, R. Percy, F. Robinson, W. Smith, D.M. Stelly, J.M. Stewart, P. Thaxton, M. Ulloa, and D.B. Weaver, 2009. Status of the USA cotton germplasm collection and crop vulnerability. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 56:507-532.