Ali, M.L., P.S. Baenziger, Z.A. Ajlouni, B.T. Campbell, K.S. Gill, K.M. Eskridge, A. Mujeeb-Kazi, and I. Dweikat. 2011. Mapping QTL for agronomic traits on wheat chromosome 3A and a comprison of recombinant inbred chromosome line populations. Crop Sci. 51:553-566.
Baenziger, P.S., I. Dweikat, K. Gill, K. Eskridge, T. Berke, M. Shah, B.T. Campbell, M.L. Ali, N. Mengistu, A. Mahmood, A. Auvuchanon, Y. Yen, S. Rustgi, B. Moreno-Sevilla, A. Mujeeb-Kazi, and M.R. Morris.2011.Understanding grain yield: It is a journey, not a destination.Czech. J. Genet. Plant Breed. 47:S77-S84.
Berge, N.D., K.S. Ro, J. Mao, J.R.V. Flora, M.A. Chappell, and S. Bae. 2011. Hydrothermal Carbonization of Municipal Waste Streams. Environmental Science and Technolology 45:5696-5703.
Campbell, B.T., P. W. Chee, E. Lubbers, D. T. Bowman, W. R. Meredith, Jr., J. Johnson, and D. E. Fraser. 2011. Genetic Improvement of the Pee Dee Cotton Germplasm Collection following Seventy Years of Plant Breeding. Crop Science 51:955-968.
Cao, X., K.S. Ro, M. Chappell, Y. Li, and J. Mao. 2011. Chemical Structures of Swine-Manure Chars Produced under Different Carbonization Conditions Investigated by Advanced Solid-State 13C Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy. Energy and Fuels 25:388-397.
Ducey, T.F., A.D. Shriner, and P.G. Hunt. 2011. Nitrification and Denitrification Gene Abundances in Swine Wastewater Anaerobic Lagoons. Journal of Environmental Quality 40:610-619.
Horn, P.J., P. Neogi, X. Tombokan, S. Ghosh, B.T. Campbell, and K.D. Chapman. 2011. Simultaneous Quantification of Oil and Protein in Cottonseed by Low-Field Time-Domain Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 88:1521-1529.
Hunt, P.G., K.C. Stone, T.A. Matheny, M.B. Vanotti, A.A. Szogi, and W.J. Busscher. 2011. Double-cropped soybean and wheat with subsurface drip irrigation supplemented by treated swine wastewater. Comm. Soil Sci. & Plant Anal. 42:2778-2794.
Ippolito, J.A., T.F. Ducey, and D.D. Tarkalson. 2011. Interactive Effects of Copper on Alfalfa Growth, Soil Copper, and Soil Bacteria. Journal of Agricultural Science 3(2):138-148.
Ippolito, J.A., D.G. Strawn, K.G. Scheckel, J.M. Novak, M. Ahmedna, and M.A.S. Niandou. 2011. Macroscopic and molecular investigations of copper sorption by a steam-activated biochar. J. Environ. Qual. DOI:10.2134/jeq2011.0113. 7 pp
Karlen, D.L., G.E. Varvel, J.M.F. Johnson, J.M. Baker, S.L. Osborne, J.M. Novak, P.R. Adler, G.W. Roth, and S.J. Birrell. 2011. Monitoring Soil Quality to Assess the Sustainability of Harvesting Corn Stover. Agronomy Journal 103:288-295.
Libra, J.A., K.S. Ro, C. Kammann, A. Funke, N.D. Berge, Y. Neubauer, M.-M. Titirici, C. Fühner, O. Bens, J. Kern, and K.-H. Emmerich. 2011. Hydrothermal Carbonization of Biomass Residuals: A Comparative Review of the Chemistry, Processes and Applications of Wet and Dry Pyrolysis. Biofuels 2(1):89-124.
Ro, K.S., M.H. Johnson, P.G. Hunt, and T.K. Flesch. 2011. Measuring Trace Gas Emission from Multi-Distributed Sources Using Vertical Radial Plume Mapping (VRPM) and Backward Lagrangian Stochastic (bLS) Techniques. Atmosphere 2:553-566.
Spokas, K.A., J.M. Novak, C.E. Stewart, K.B. Cantrell, M. Uchimiya, M.G. DuSaire, and K.S. Ro. 2011. Qualitative analysis of volatile organic compounds on biochar. Chemosphere 85:869-882.
Sun, K., K. Ro, M. Guo, J. Novak, H. Mashayekhi, and B. Xing. 2011. Sorption of Bisphenol A, 17a-ethinyl Estradiol and Phenanthrene on Thermally and Hydrothermally Produced Biochars. Bioresource Technology 102:5757-5763.
Viancelli, A., A. Kunz, P.A. Esteves, F.V. Bauermann, K. Furukawa, T. Fujii, R.V. Antonio, and M. Vanotti. 2011. Bacterial biodiversity from an anaerobic up flow bioreactor with ANAMMOX activity inoculated with swine sludge. Brazilian Archives of Biology & Technology 54(5):1035-1041.
Wilhelm, W.W., J.M.F. Johnson, D.T. Lightle, D.L. Karlen, J.M. Novak, N.W. Barbour, D.A. Laird, J. Baker, T.E. Ochsner, A.D. Halvorson, D.W. Archer, F. Arriaga. 2011. Vertical Distribution of Corn Stover Dry Mass Grown at Several US Locations. Bioenergy Research 4:11-21.