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    1. Suyker, AE; Verma, SB
      Year-round observations of the net ecosystem exchange of carbon dioxide ina native tallgrass prairie

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    2. Chandramohan, S; Charudattan, R
      Control of seven grasses with a mixture of three fungal pathogens with restricted host ranges

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    3. Cruz, C; Driemeier, D; Pires, VS; Schenkel, EP
      Experimentally induced cholangiohepatopathy by dosing sheep with fractionated extracts from Brachiaria decumbens

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY DIAGNOSTIC INVESTIGATION
    4. Ma, Z; Wood, CW; Bransby, DI
      Impact of row spacing, nitrogen rate, and time on carbon partitioning of switchgrass

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    5. Miller, DL; Thetford, M; Yager, L
      Evaluation of sand fence and vegetation for dune building following overwash by hurricane Opal on Santa Rosa Island, Florida

      JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH
    6. Wang, ZY; Hopkins, A; Mian, R
      Forage and turf grass biotechnology

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN PLANT SCIENCES
    7. Richards, HA; Rudas, VA; Sun, H; McDaniel, JK; Tomaszewski, Z; Conger, BV
      Construction of a GFP-BAR plasmid and its use for switchgrass transformation

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    8. Meagher, LP; Smith, BL; Wilkins, AL
      Metabolism of diosgenin-derived saponins: implications for hepatogenous photosensitization diseases in ruminants

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    9. Relling, EA; van Niekerk, WA; Coertze, RJ; Rethman, NFG
      An evaluation of Panicum maximum cv. Gatton: 1. The effect of stocking rate and period of absence on the production of sheep

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE-SUID-AFRIKAANSE TYDSKRIF VIR VEEKUNDE
    10. Relling, EA; van Niekerk, WA; Coertze, RJ; Rethman, NFG
      An evaluation of Panicum maximum cv. Gatton: 2. The influence of stage of maturity on diet selection, intake and rumen fermentation in sheep

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE-SUID-AFRIKAANSE TYDSKRIF VIR VEEKUNDE
    11. Relling, EA; van Niekerk, WA; Coertze, RJ; Rethman, NFG
      An evaluation of Panicum maximum cv. Gatton: 3. The partial digestion by sheep of organic matter, nitrogen and neutral detergent fibre of herbage at three stages of maturity during summer, autumn or winter

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE-SUID-AFRIKAANSE TYDSKRIF VIR VEEKUNDE
    12. Lesnik, M
      The changes in germinability of Ambrosia artemisiifolia, Panicum dichotomiflorum and Sorghum halepense seeds stored in maize silage and cattle slurry

      ROSTLINNA VYROBA
    13. Seneweera, S; Ghannoum, O; Conroy, JP
      Root and shoot factors contribute to the effect of drought on photosynthesis and growth of the C-4 grass Panicum coloratum at elevated CO2 partial pressures

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Rudmann, SG; Milham, PJ; Conroy, JP
      Influence of high CO2 partial pressure on nitrogen use efficiency of the C-4 grasses Panicum coloratum and Cenchrus ciliaris

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    15. Monti, A; Venturi, P; Elbersen, HW
      Evaluation of the establishment of lowland and upland switchgrass (Panicumvirgatum L.) varieties under different tillage and seedbed conditions in northern Italy

      SOIL & TILLAGE RESEARCH
    16. Flaoyen, A; Wilkins, AL; Deng, D; Brekke, T
      Ovine metabolism of saponins: Evaluation of a method for estimating the ovine uptake of steroidal saponins from Narthecium ossifragum

      VETERINARY RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    17. Muller, MML; Guimaraes, MD; Desjardins, T; Martins, PFD
      Pasture degradation in the Amazon region: soil physical properties and root growth

      PESQUISA AGROPECUARIA BRASILEIRA
    18. Hester, MW; Mendelssohn, IA; McKee, KL
      Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiologicalconstraints

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    19. Qiut, WP; Scholthof, KBG
      Defective interfering RNAs of a satellite virus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    20. Post, DM; Armbrust, TS; Horne, EA; Goheen, JR
      Sexual segregation results in differences in content and quality of bison (Bos bison) diets

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    21. La Peyre, MKG; Grace, JB; Hahn, E; Mendelssohn, IA
      The importance of competition in regulating plant species abundance along a salinity gradient

      ECOLOGY
    22. Alloush, GA; Clark, RB
      Maize response to phosphate rock and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in acidic soil

      COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS
    23. Silletti, AM; Knapp, AK
      Responses of the codominant grassland species Andropogon gerardii and Sorghastrum nutans to long-term manipulations of nitrogen and water

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    24. Giussani, LM; Cota-Sanchez, JH; Zuloaga, FO; Kellogg, EA
      A molecular phylogeny of the grass subfamily Panicoideae (Poaceae) shows multiple origins of C-4 photosynthesis

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    25. Ferri, CM; Stritzler, NP; Petruzzi, HJ; Cerqueira, ED
      Effect of amount of Panicum virgatum hay offered on intake, apparent digestibility and short-term intake rate of rams

      ANIMAL SCIENCE
    26. Kashin, AS; Blyudneva, EA; Silkin, MA
      Megagamete activation and regulation of in vitro embryogenesis in unpollinated millet ovaries

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    27. Reynolds, JH; Walker, CL; Kirchner, MJ
      Nitrogen removal in switchgrass biomass under two harvest systems

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    28. Ma, Z; Wood, CW; Bransby, DI
      Soil management impacts on soil carbon sequestration by switchgrass

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    29. Ma, Z; Wood, CW; Bransby, DI
      Carbon dynamics subsequent to establishment of switchgrass

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    30. Ma, Z; Wood, CW; Bransby, DI
      Impacts of soil management on root characteristics of switchgrass

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    31. Donald, WW
      Alternative ways to control weeds between rows in weeded check plots in corn (Zea mays) and soybean (Glycine max)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    32. Anderson, RL
      Ecology and interference of proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) in semi-arid corn

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    33. Culpepper, AS; York, AC; Batts, RB; Jennings, KM
      Weed management in glufosinate- and glyphosate-resistant soybean (Glycine max)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    34. Vangessel, MJ; Ayeni, AO; Majek, BA
      Optimum glyphosate timing with or without residual herbicides in glyphosate resistant soybean (Glycine max) under full-season conventional tillage

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    35. Miller, SP; Sharitz, RR
      Manipulation of flooding and arbuscular mycorrhiza formation influences growth and nutrition of two semiaquatic grass species

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    36. Alloush, GAZ; Zeto, SK; Clark, RB
      Phosphorus source, organic matter, and arbuscular mycorrhiza effects on growth and mineral acquisition of chickpea grown in acidic soil

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    37. Hanlon, CG; Langeland, K
      Comparison of experimental strategies to control torpedograss

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    38. Cruz, C; Driemeier, D; Pires, VS; Colodel, EM; Taketa, ATC; Schenkel, EP
      Isolation of steroidal sapogenins implicated in experimentally induced cholangiopathy of sheep grazing Brachiaria decumbens in Brazil

      VETERINARY AND HUMAN TOXICOLOGY
    39. Leonardos, ED; Grodzinski, B
      Photosynthesis, immediate export and carbon partitioning in source leaves of C-3, C-3-C-4 intermediate, and C-4 Panicum and Flaveria species at ambient and elevated CO2 levels

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    40. De Oliveira, AC; Usberti, JA; Siqueira, WJ
      New methodology of aluminum resistance evaluation in guinea grass

      PESQUISA AGROPECUARIA BRASILEIRA
    41. Shangguan, ZP; Shao, MA; Dyckmans, J
      Nitrogen nutrition and water stress effects on leaf photosynthetic gas exchange and water use efficiency in winter wheat

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    42. Vanasse, A; Leroux, GD
      Floristic diversity, size, and vertical distribution of the weed seedbank in ridge and conventional tillage systems

      WEED SCIENCE
    43. Sharma, SD; Singh, M
      Optimizing foliar activity of glyphosate on Bidens frondosa and Panicum maximum with different adjuvant types

      WEED RESEARCH
    44. Teferedegne, B
      New perspectives on the use of tropical plants to improve ruminant nutrition

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY
    45. Miller, SP
      Arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization of semi-aquatic grasses along a wide hydrologic gradient

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    46. Kooi, RE
      Does bottleneck survival on a poor food plant species influence larval performance and wing pattern induction in the polyphenic butterfly Bicyclus anynana?

      NETHERLANDS JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    47. Sanderson, MA; Reed, RL
      Switchgrass growth and development: Water, nitrogen, and plant density effects

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    48. Luginbuhl, JM; Pond, KR; Burns, JC; Fisher, DS
      Intake and chewing behavior of steers consuming switchgrass preserved as hay or silage

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    49. Desvoyes, B; Scholthof, KBG
      RNA : protein interactions associated with satellites of panicum mosaic virus

      FEBS LETTERS
    50. Tipping, C; Murray, DR
      Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on leaf anatomy and morphology in Panicum species representing different photosynthetic modes

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    51. Odjakova, MK; Conger, BV
      The influence of osmotic pretreatment and inoculum age on the initiation and regenerability of switchgrass suspension cultures

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-PLANT
    52. SANDERSON MA; REED RL; OCUMPAUGH WR; HUSSEY MA; VANESBROECK G; READ JC; TISCHLER C; HONS FM
      SWITCHGRASS CULTIVARS AND GERMPLASM FOR BIOMASS FEEDSTOCK PRODUCTION IN TEXAS

      Bioresource technology
    53. Naumova, TN; Hayward, MD; Wagenvoort, M
      Apomixis and sexuality in diploid and tetraploid accessions of Brachiaria decumbens

      SEXUAL PLANT REPRODUCTION
    54. Sistani, KR; Mays, DA; Taylor, RW
      Development of natural conditions in constructed wetlands: Biological and chemical changes

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    55. Tharp, BE; Schabenberger, O; Kells, JJ
      Response of annual weed species to glufosinate and glyphosate

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    56. Anderson, RL
      Cultural strategies reduce weed densities in summer annual crops

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    57. Culpepper, AS; York, AC
      Weed management in glufosinate-resistant corn (Zea mays)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    58. Van Wychen, LR; Harvey, RG; Vangessel, MJ; Rabaey, TL; Bach, DJ
      Efficacy and crop response to glufosinate-based weed management in PAT-transformed sweet corn (Zea mays)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    59. Daugovish, O; Lyon, DJ; Baltensperger, DD
      Cropping systems to control winter annual grasses in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    60. Mythili, PK; Seetharama, N; Reddy, VD
      Plant regeneration from embryogenic cell suspension cultures of wild sorghum (Sorghum dimidiatum Stapf.)

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    61. Perumal, JV; Maun, MA
      The role of mycorrhizal fungi in growth enhancement of dune plants following burial in sand

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    62. Cabrera, O; Scholthof, KBG
      The complex viral etiology of St. Augustine decline

      PLANT DISEASE
    63. Chen, LZ; Miyazaki, C; Kojima, A; Saito, A; Adachi, T
      Isolation and characterization of a gene expressed during early embryo sacdevelopment in apomictic guinea grass (Panicum maximum)

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    64. Takabatake, R; Hata, S; Taniguchi, M; Kouchi, H; Sugiyama, T; Izui, K
      Isolation and characterization of cDNAs encoding mitochondrial phosphate transporters in soybean, maize, rice, and Arabidopsis

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    65. Kikuchi, H; Hirose, S; Toki, S; Akama, K; Takaiwa, F
      Molecular characterization of a gene for alanine aminotransferase from rice (Oryza sativa)

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    66. Smith, BE; Langeland, KA; Hanlon, CG
      Influence of foliar exposure, adjuvants, and rain-free period on the efficacy of glyphosate for torpedograss control

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    67. Scholthof, KBG; Jones, RW; Jackson, AO
      Biology and structure of plant satellite viruses activated by icosahedral helper viruses

      SATELLITES AND DEFECTIVE VIRAL RNAS
    68. Hossain, MA; Ishimine, Y; Akamine, H; Murayama, S; Uddin, SMM; Kuniyoshi, K
      Effect of burial depth on emergence of Panicum repens

      WEED SCIENCE
    69. Culpepper, AS; York, AC; Brownie, C
      Influence of bromoxynil on annual grass control by graminicides

      WEED SCIENCE
    70. Assienan, B; Noirot, M
      Inheritance, distribution and biology of andromonoecy in the agamic complex of the Maximae (Panicoideae)

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    71. Robinson, D; Conroy, JP
      A possible plant-mediated feedback between elevated CO2, denitrification and the enhanced greenhouse effect

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    72. Brand, MH
      Small divisions of ornamental grasses produce the best growth following direct potting

      HORTSCIENCE
    73. Candela, H; Martinez-Laborda, A; Micol, JL
      Venation pattern formation in Arabidopsis thaliana vegetative leaves

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    74. Knapp, AK; Blair, JM; Briggs, JM; Collins, SL; Hartnett, DC; Johnson, LC; Towne, EG
      The keystone role of bison in north American tallgrass prairie - Bison increase habitat heterogeneity and alter a broad array of plant, community, and ecosystem processes

      BIOSCIENCE
    75. Howard, RJ; Mendelssohn, IA
      Salinity as a constraint on growth of oligohaline marsh macrophytes. I. Species variation in stress tolerance

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    76. Coppedge, BR; Engle, DM; Toepfer, CS; Shaw, JH
      Effects of seasonal fire, bison grazing and climatic variation on tallgrass prairie vegetation

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    77. GUPTA SD; CONGER BV
      IN-VITRO DIFFERENTIATION OF MULTIPLE SHOOT CLUMPS FROM INTACT SEEDLINGS OF SWITCHGRASS

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Plant
    78. KNAPP AK; CONARD SL; BLAIR JM
      DETERMINANTS OF SOIL CO2 FLUX FROM A SUBHUMID GRASSLAND - EFFECT OF FIRE AND FIRE HISTORY

      Ecological applications
    79. BRANSBY DI; MCLAUGHLIN SB; PARRISH DJ
      A REVIEW OF CARBON AND NITROGEN BALANCES IN SWITCHGRASS GROWN FOR ENERGY

      Biomass & bioenergy
    80. ANDERSON RL
      SEEDLING EMERGENCE OF WINTER ANNUAL GRASSES AS AFFECTED BY LIMITED TILLAGE AND CROP CANOPY

      Weed technology
    81. MASTERS RA; NISSEN SJ
      REVEGETATING LEAFY SPURGE (EUPHORBIA ESULA)-INFESTED RANGELAND WITH NATIVE TALLGRASSES

      Weed technology
    82. KRAUSZ RF; KAPUSTA G
      TOTAL POSTEMERGENCE WEED-CONTROL IN IMIDAZOLINONE-RESISTANT CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed technology
    83. RAO IM; MILES JW; GRANOBLES JC
      DIFFERENCES IN TOLERANCE TO INFERTILE ACID SOIL STRESS AMONG GERMPLASM ACCESSIONS AND GENETIC RECOMBINANTS OF THE TROPICAL FORAGE GRASS GENUS, BRACHIARIA

      Field crops research
    84. SKEEL VA; GIBSON DJ
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC RATES AND VEGETATIVE PRODUCTION OF SORGHASTRUM-NUTANS IN RESPONSE TO COMPETITION AT 2 STRIP MINES AND A RAILROAD PRAIRIE

      Photosynthetica
    85. Marquez, CO; Cambardella, CA; Isenhart, TM; Schultz, RC
      Assessing soil quality in a riparian buffer by testing organic matter fractions in central Iowa, USA

      AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS
    86. WILLARD TR; SHILLING DG; HALLER WT; LANGELAND KA
      PHYSICOCHEMICAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE CONTROL OF TORPEDOGRASS WITH GLYPHOSATE

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    87. Ghannoum, O; Siebke, K; Von Caemmerer, S; Conroy, JP
      The photosynthesis of young Panicum C-4 leaves is not C-3-like

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    88. PETERSON JK; SNOOK ME; HARRISON HF; MASON PF
      ISOLATION AND STRUCTURAL IDENTIFICATION OF SUCROSE ESTERS FROM CORN SPURREY (SPERGULA-ARVENSIS) - INHIBITION OF SEED-GERMINATION

      Journal of chemical ecology
    89. BREMER DJ; HAM JM; OWENSBY CE; KNAPP AK
      RESPONSES OF SOIL RESPIRATION TO CLIPPING AND GRAZING IN A TALLGRASS PRAIRIE

      Journal of environmental quality
    90. ANGELO R; BOUFFORD DE
      ATLAS OF THE FLORA OF NEW-ENGLAND - POACEAE

      Rhodora
    91. MUENCH DG; CHRISTOPHER ME; GOOD AG
      CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF A HYPOXIC AND NITROGEN INDUCIBLE MAIZE ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE GENE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    92. LECAIN DR; MORGAN JA
      GROWTH, GAS-EXCHANGE, LEAF NITROGEN AND CARBOHYDRATE CONCENTRATIONS IN NAD-ME AND NADP-ME C-4 GRASSES GROWN IN ELEVATED CO2

      Physiologia Plantarum
    93. DYER MI; TURNER CL; SEASTEDT TR
      BIOTIC INTERACTIVITY BETWEEN GRAZERS AND PLANTS - RELATIONSHIPS CONTRIBUTING TO ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY-LAYER DYNAMICS

      Journal of the atmospheric sciences
    94. CUOMO GJ; ANDERSON BE; YOUNG LJ
      HARVEST FREQUENCY AND BURNING EFFECTS ON VIGOR OF NATIVE GRASSES

      Journal of range management
    95. MILLS KE; BEVER JD
      MAINTENANCE OF DIVERSITY WITHIN PLANT-COMMUNITIES - SOIL PATHOGENS ASAGENTS OF NEGATIVE FEEDBACK

      Ecology
    96. NELSON T; DENGLER N
      LEAF VASCULAR PATTERN-FORMATION

      The Plant cell
    97. KHAN M; CAVERS PB; KANE M; THOMPSON K
      ROLE OF THE PIGMENTED SEED COAT OF PROSE MILLET (PANICUM-MILIACEUM L)IN IMBIBITION, GERMINATION AND SEED PERSISTENCE

      Seed science research
    98. LESSMANN JM; MENDELSSOHN IA; HESTER MW; MCKEE KL
      POPULATION VARIATION IN GROWTH-RESPONSE TO FLOODING OF 3 MARSH GRASSES

      Ecological engineering
    99. RABAEY TL; HARVEY RG
      SEQUENTIAL APPLICATIONS CONTROL WOOLLY CUPGRASS (ERIOCHLOA-VILLOSA) AND WILD-PROSE MILLET (PANICUM-MILIACEUM) IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed technology
    100. BATTS RB; YORK AC
      WEED MANAGEMENT IN NO-TILL COTTON (GOSSYPIUM-HIRSUTUM) WITH THIAZOPYR

      Weed technology


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