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Title: Florida Agricultural Experiment Station Annual Report
Alternate title: Annual research report of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Research report
Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: University of Florida -- Agricultural Experiment Station
Publisher: University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: 1987
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Numbering Peculiarities: Fiscal year ends June 30.
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Preceded by: Annual research report of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Table of Contents
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    Map of research center locations
        Page ii
    Report by the dean for research
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    Experiment station projects
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Celebrating Our Centennial Year


1987

Annual Research Report


of the

Florida Agricultural Experiment Station

Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida


Gainesville @
1906


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1923
Welaka
1954
0 Ocala
1969


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eApopka
S 1965


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Dov925e Lake Alfred
1919 Vero Beach
Ruskin 1956
( 1935 *
S Ona Ft. Pierce
1935 1948


40 Belle Glade
1921
o Immokalee
1955


Lauderdale
1953


IFAS Statewide Research and Education Centers
1887-1987


1933


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FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 32611







Table of Contents


Page

MAP OF RESEARCH CENTER LOCATIONS .. . ......... ii

REPORT BY THE DEAN FOR RESEARCH .. ..... 1

IFAS FACULTY 5

SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL ARTICLES .. ...... 22

CIRCULARS AND BULLETINS 73

EXPERIMENT STATION PROJECTS .. ...... 74

GRANTS AND CONTRACTS . 110

DIRECTOR'S FINANCIAL REPORT .. .. ... 130




























IFAS Statewide


1887
Gainesvillee Hastings
1906 1923
Welaka \
1954
e Ocala
1969
SLeesburg e
j 1929 Sanforc
*Apopka 1933
Brooksville 1965


SDove Lake Alfed
Research and Education Lakfrpd VerBeach
Ruskin 1956
Centers 1. 35
BradentonO Ona Ft. Pierce
1925 1935_ 1948
Dates Established25


4 e Belle Glade
1921
S mmokalee5
1955
S1953


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1987 REPORT BY THE DEAN FOR RESEARCH


James M. Davidson


Four research areas have received emphasis during the past year in terms of requests for
increased legislative support as well as redirection of existing resources within IFAS. These
are biocontrol of pests, marketing and trade of Florida commodities, water and environmental
quality, and biotechnology. With increased pressure from federal and state regulatory
agencies, IFAS must conduct that research which will provide alternatives to dependence on
chemicals for pest control. Also, pesticides and plant nutrients must be used in a
more efficient manner and in such a way that they do not pose a threat to Florida's surface
water and groundwater supplies as well as the total ecosystem. Biotechnology provides new
techniques and expertise to improve our understanding of biological systems as well as the
development of new cultivars, breeds, and products that will improve agricultural production in
Florida. Florida's agricultural industry is international and must improve its ability to work
and function in this new marketing and trade environment. It is believed that these four areas
will provide new knowledge and technology for Florida agriculture to compete and be compatible
in the future.

During the past year, IFAS research programs were carried out in 23 departments on the
University of Florida campus in Gainesville and at 21 research and education centers located
throughout the State. These locations make it possible for IFAS faculty to conduct research on
commodities common to Florida on different soils and under varying climatic conditions. While
production research receives considerable attention, it is also important that fundamental
research be carried out as this provides the opportunity for major future breakthroughs.
Environmental and human resource research is also being conducted.

The agricultural research program of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station in IFAS is
planned and conducted through the use of formal written and approved projects which document
all research conducted in IFAS. The research program is primarily a mission-oriented effort
aimed at solving the problems of Florida agriculture. As problems arise, new projects are
initiated and old projects close. Problems facing the agricultural community today are more
difficult than those of the past and require, in many cases, an interdisciplinary approach as
well as sophisticated instrumentation. As new problems arise and new projects are initiated,
they are carefully screened and reviewed by peers before being activated. Maximum coordination
is achieved as a result of a close working relationship within the entire system of campus
departments and research centers located throughout the State.

The first century of the State Agricultural Experiment Station System in the United States is
being celebrated this year. The Agricultural Experiment Station program has yielded a
scientific revolution with regard to the production of food and fiber during that period.
Unprecedented increases in the productivity and quality of agricultural commodities have been
achieved through the application of research findings. As successful as these research
program have been, however, I believe the opportunities for the future will be even more
remarkable. Following are notable milestones in Florida's food and agricultural research
programs during the past 100 years:

1887: Congress authorizes state agricultural experiment station system. Florida Legislature
establishes Florida Agricultural Experiment Station with six faculty, in conjunction
with the three-year-old Florida Agricultural College at Lake City.
1888: Florida researchers identify salt sickness, a cattle disease. No treatment known at the
time.
1889: First cotton research begins in Florida.
1900: Ornamental plants first tested under Florida growing conditions. Research improves
dairy cattle by breeding native cows with a purebred Jersey bull.
1903: Florida Agricultural College named University of Florida.
1906: University of Florida and Experiment Station moved to Gainesville.
1908: Early plant breeding experiments produce the Florida velvet green bean, a cross between
the velvet bean and the Lyon bean.
1917: Florida Cooperative Extension Service established as a vehicle to transfer and apply
agricultural research technology and information to clientele groups.
1920: First research program for determining cultural requ. rements of ornamental plants
initiated.
1920s: Cattle tick in Florida eradicated.
1923: Development of hydrocooling of harvested vegetables increases maximum time between
harvest and sale.
1926: Cow raised and tested at the Experiment Station produces an average of 4.25 gallons of
milk a day. Total production for the year was 1,551 gallons. The state average was
only 362 gallons per cow. Researchers study salt sickness and treat a calf
with a mixture of lime water and iron solution that improves but does not recover.












1926: Everglades lands opened to bean production when researchers learn that adding copper
sulfate to the soil improves bean productivity. Experiment Station issues statement
that identifies spraying insecticides as a temporary measure for controlling insect pest
until natural enemies of the pests can be utilized.
1928: After eight years of work, researchers make the first successful cross between two
different peanut varieties.
1929: Mediterranean fruit fly found in citrus groves. Researchers begin work to control
and eradicate the pest.
1930: Everglades Research and Education Center initiates program to develop strains and
varieties of sugarcane better adapted to Florida's conditions.
1930: Sugarcane variety developed which is virtually immune to moasic, a major sugarcane
disease. Overall yield in demonstration plots averages twice the yield of other
varieties.
1931: Researcher develops cure for salt sickness by identifying the need for mineral
supplements in the diet of cattle. Salt sickness was responsible for the greatest
losses to Florida's cattle industry at that time.
1933: Researchers discover that lack of microelements produces a chloratic yellow
discoloration of the leaves of ornamentals. Foliage spray treatments with microelements
such as iron improve plant appearance. Researchers launch a vigorous attack on the
screworm fly, which by 1934 had moved as far south as Okeechobee County.
1934: A new source of cattle feed discovered when researchers learn that citrus pulp can be
dried and processed after treating it with calcium. Opening of the muck soils for
general vegetable production through the introduction of micro-nutrients to the soil.
1936: Milk processing research begins in Florida.
1937: Cobalt found to be effective in treating certain symptoms of salt sickness.
1938: Researchers increase production of Sol d'or narcissus bulbs 100 to 200 percent by
fumigating the bulb for disease control. Number of bulblets growing from the parent
bulb significantly increased after treatment.
1940s: Researchers discover that copper and manganese are lacking in Florida soils. Without
the trace minerals, citrus and other crops have poor yields. Fertilizer application
produces dramatic results.
1941: Citrus researchers discover that trees receiving adequate amounts of copper, zinc,
manganese and magnesium produce more fruit with better color, higher total solids and
higher sugar content.
1942: Cattle breeding starts with English breeds crossed with the Brahma.
1943: Dixie Runner peanut variety released by the Florida Experiment Station. The new variety
is more dependable and has a higher yield than previous varieties. Pangolagrass,
a highly productive grass, is distributed to cattle producing areas of ,Florida. It is
still in use. Researchers develop process for making orange concentrate that retains
90 percent of its original vitamin C content for 12 months;
1944: U.S. Army requests 25,000 gallons of orange concentrate for trial use. Pilot plant to
produce frosen orange juice concentrate established.
1946: Blight epidemic attacks tomato crops. Pathologists discover organic fungicides nabam
and zinc sulfate, protect tomato crops.
1948: Dixie 18 corn developed yields 40 percent greater than previous varieties.
1949: Agronomists first demonstrate effect of calcium on the development of the peanut pod.
1950s: Cattle reproductive performance improved by pregnancy testing.
1950: Researchers find that tulips refrigerated for 60 days at 40 degrees Fahrenheit flower in
Florida. Previously, tulips in Florida did not flower. First field test of sterile
ale screwworm provides promising results. Introduction of.Silver Queen sweet corn, a
widely used, high sugar, white cultivar. Researchers double herbage yields and triple
animal weight gains through application of certain phosphate fertilizers to Pangola
grass pastures on sandy soil.
1952: Development of Florida 90, a strawberry cultivar with high yield and good flavor.
1953: Introduction of the mechanical harvester for potatoes, greatly increasing efficiency of
harvest.
1954: The link between calcium deficiency in the soil and numerous vegetable disorders is
discovered. Soluble salts from saline water and fertilizer identified as a hindrance to
vegetable production. Introduction of Utah 52-70 celery leads to the development of
Florida 683, the most widely used celery cultivar today.
1955: Milk first produced without contact with human hands.
1956: A record 38,911 dairy cowse bred by artificial insemination. Offspring of artificially
inseminated cattle produce an average of nearly 100 gallons per year more milk than
other offspring. Mediterranean fruit fly again infests Florida, appearing first in
Dade County. The fruit fly is eradicated a year later after more than 500,000 acres of
groves are sprayed.
1957: Vacuum cooling first used to cool vegetables. Process reduces fruit loss. Polyethylene
first used for mulching strawberries. Success leads to use of polyethylene with
numerous other vegetables.
1958: Florida free of screwworm through sterile fly release program. First perennial
hibiscus cultivars bred for release in Florida. Release of Emerald celery, resistant to
early blight disease. This led to development of the June Belle cultivar with even
greater resistance to the disease. Floratine St. Augustinegrass, an improved lawn grass
with better texture and better coverage, is released in Florida.


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1960: The importance of phosphorous in the development of direct-seeded tomatoes is
established.
1961: Peanut yield increased with the introduction of the Floragiant peanut. Minimum tillage
research begins in Florida, helping farmers reduce energy costs while preserving the
environment.
1962: Researchers demonstrate that nitrogen improves flowering of Bougainvillea. Precision
seeding introduced for Florida vegetables. Growers plant fewer seeds and reduce the
costs of planting and thinning the crops.
1963: Cattle breeding and pasture programs demonstrate how a well-managed pasture and
irrigation substantially increase cattle weight. Bragg soybean released. First soybean
adapted for Florida's growing conditions continues to be popular.
1965: Poor plant growth and leaf crinkling attributed to a lack of copper in the soil of
container grown nursery plants. Addition of copper improves plant appearance and
marketability. Researchers demonstrate that nutrients are absorbed through the leaves
of Cattleya orchids. The discovery leads to improved fertilization techniques for
orchid growing.
1966: Development of the mechanical harvester for radishes, carrots and beans. Researchers
develop Yolo Y, a pepper cultivar resistant to a variety of virus disease.
1967: Researchers reduce the time required to produce marketable flowering rose plants through
new grafting techniques. The introduction of overhead irrigation for frost control
reduces vegetable crop loss. Established the importance to many vegetable crops of
broadcast application of fertilizer on Florida's sandy soil.
1968: Economic livestock feed produced by pelleting wet citrus pulp and mixing it with
molasses. The feed takes up less space and saves shipping costs. Florida 501 oat,
disease-resistant variety adapted to Florida conditions, is released.
1969: Release of Walter tomato, resistant to race 1 and 2 of Fusarium wilt. The plugmix
method of seeding vegetables developed. This method increases precision while reducing
the number of seeds plants.
1970: Developed Zipper Cream Southern pea, a large-seeding, non-pigmented, seed coat cultivar.
1972: Introduction of drip irrigation for vegetables conserves water.
1973: IFAS and Texas A&M jointly release Floratam St. Augustinegrass. The grass was developed
in Florida and found to be resistant to a virus that was destroying lawn grasses in
Texas.
1974: Hong Kong wasp released to control snow scale on citrus fruit. Release of Floramerica
tomato, a popular tomato for home gardeners.
1975: Researchers successfully utilize tissue culture of the staghorn fern to increase plant
production. Florida Sea Grant helps state establish Coastal Construction Setback Lines.
Introduction of tomatoes as a commercial crop in North Florida. As demand for shade
tobacco declines, and with increased foreign competition, growers turn to tomatoes as an
alternative commodity.
1976: Introduction of Atlantic Irish potato for making potato chips.
1977: Researchers find way to control stylar end breakdown in limes, reducing loss from
damaged fruit during'and after harvesting.
1978: Florida Staysweet, a high sugar-retention variety of sweet corn, developed.
1979: Sea Grant works to stimulate the development of a soft crab fishery, an industry with
the potential of an annual dockside value in excess of $1 million. Osceola white
clover, an improved winter grazing clover for livestock, released.
1980: The release of Florida 77 alfalfa marks beginning of successful alfalfa production in
the state.
1981: Ethylene flow-through system introduced for ripening tomatoes. Low cost system reduces
yearly ripening costs in Florida by $1 million. Researchers initiate biological control
program to control citrus black fly. Success of program saves state almost $10 million
a year in spraying costs. Sea Grant, in cooperation with NOAA, devises a method by
which boaters, commercial fishermen, ship captains and others can receive the latest
weather information via satellite. Floragraze, a perennial peanut that grows well in
Florida's deep, well-drained sandy soil, is released.
1982: Florida 301 wheat released. As first wheat variety specifically adapted to
Florida conditions, it could add as much as $35 million annually to the state economy.
Introduction of standardized shipping containers allows transporters to fit more boxes
of tomatoes on a pallet, saving as much as $3 million annually in transportation costs.
Orlando Gold, a high carotene carrot, introduced and widely accepted.
1983: First use of chemical treatment to enhance germination of palm trees. Because many Palm
trees are rare and flow growing, the improved germination te :hnique benefits nurseries.
Documentation of cold-hardiness levels in Green-Fly orchids and figs. Documentation of
killing temperatures on tropical plants is important to plant breeders working on
improving cold hardiness and to ornamental growers in determining the northern limits
for planting. Researchers discover the importance of potassium as an additive to the
diet of high-producing dairy cattle in hot climates.
1984: IFAS special Citrus Task Force formed to evaluate freeze damage and assist in recovery.
Focus is on citrus recovery, income producing alternative commodities and unemployment
in the 11 counties affected. First tissue culture of aquatic plants Aponogeton and
Crytocoryne obtained. The rapid multiplication of these aquatic plants is important
to the multimillion dollar aquatic plant industry because it increases plant
production and reduces the risk of importing pests.


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1985: Researchers successfully test birth control compounds for cockroaches and fleas in
single-family homes. Research has demonstrated that these compounds are safe around
children and pets.
1986: First seedless grape resistant to Pierce's disease developed for growth in Florida.
Utilising biotechnology, researchers produced offspring from two types of citrus, which
do not cross in nature. The offspring contain genes for cold tolerance and disease
resistance. Researchers develop a citrus freeze protection system utilizing
microsprinkler irrigation. This has now become the most commonly used form of cold
protection in Florida citrus. A new hybrid Dieffenbachia, named "Triumph," was released
by researchers. Triumph has been well accepted by the industry, with 350,000 to 400,000
bulbs now being grown in Florida nurseries.
1987: Southwest Florida Research and Education Center, Immokalee, constructs new research
facilities. IFAS researcher demonstrates in field tests in Brasil that a fungus may
achieve biological control of imported fire ants. A rapidly degrading turf herbicide,
designed to reduce the danger of groundwater contamination, is developed by IFAS
researcher. Lake Alfred researchers develop rapid method for sensitive and accurate
detection of citrus canker. The test was adopted and is used by the Florida Department
of Agriculture.

Research results are reported to the public in many ways, but primarily through published
manuscripts (technical and popular), bulletins and books. In addition, research results are
reported at conferences and meetings within the State as well as nationally. Also, many field
days, short courses and conferences are held to acquaint the public with recent findings and
new research directions. This report includes a list of faculty, publications for the previous
year, title of projects currently underway and a brief financial report. The report is not
intended to be a detailed description of all research underway in IFAS, but rather to summarize
the general areas of interest and to identify those conducting that research, should further
information be needed by the reader.











LIST OF IFAS PERSONNEL AND AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

JULY 1, 1986 JUNE 30, 1987

(Small x less than 50% FTE)


UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


VICE PRESIDENT FOR AGRICULTURAL AFFAIRS

TEFERTILLER, KENNETH R.

CRIBBETT, ALBERT F.
MCPHERSON, WOODROW W.
MORRIS, MILTON E.
VOUCHER, DONALD W.
TAMMEN, JAMES F.

DEAN FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION

ZACHARIAH, GERALD L.

DRUMNDD, EVAN
FRY, JACK L.

DEAN FOR RESEARCH

DAVIDSON, JAMES M.

FREEMAN, THOMAS E.
NEILSON, JOHN T.
PERRY, VERNON G.
THOMPSON, NEAL P.

DEAN FOR EXTENSION

WOESTE, JOHN T.

APP, JAMES L.
BRASHER, JAMES J.
CLARKE, MARION L.
FISHER, SUSANNE G.
TICHENOR, DORIS A.

DISTRICT DIRECTORS

COLE, MAURICE F.

RYAN, STEPHEN 0.
SMITH, WAYNE P.

WARNOCK, HAROLD P.
W-OTTON, RICHARD D.


PERSONNEL AFFAIRS

ANDREW, RAYMOND C.


PLANNING & BUSINESS AFFAIRS

MCKEE, VERNON C.


PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT SHARE

AMNRIN, DEBRA D.
BLOHM, JOHN I.
LEE, MELDA H.


VICE PRESS. FOR AGR. AFFAIRS 904-392-1971
SUNCOM 622-1971
ASST. VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS
VISIT. GRAD. RES. PROF.
PROF. AND DIR. GOV'T. RELATIONS 392-4574
DIR., IFAS INFORMATION 392-1971
RESEARCH SCI. INDUSTRY RELAT. 462-3281



DEAN FOR RESIDENT INSTR. 904-392-1961
SUNCOM 622-1961
ASST. DEAN.
ASST. DEAN 392-2252



DEAN FOR RESEARCH 904-392-1784 SUNCOM
622-1784
PROF. AND ACTING ASST. DEAN 392-7231
ASST. DEAN 392-1728
ASST. DEAN
ASSOC. DEAN 392-1786



DEAN FOR EXTENSION 904-392-1761 SUNCOM
622-1761
ASST. DEAN, AGR. & RURAL DEV. PROG. 392-1763
ASSOC. DEAN 392-1761
ASST. DEAN, SEA GRANT EXT. PROG. 392-1837
ASST. DEAN, 4-H & OTHER YOUTH PROGRAMS 392-1744
ASST. DEAN, HOME ECON. 392-1779



DIST. EXT. DIR. (IV) 904-392-1781 SUNCOM
622-1781
DIST. EXT. DIR. (II) 392-1781
DIST. EXT. DIR., QUINCY NFREC (I) 392-5230
SUNCOM 622-5230
DIST. EXT. DIR. (III) 392-1781
DIST. EXT. DIR. (V), SWFRC, 392-9664 SUNCOM
721-7380



DIR. & ASSOC. PROF., PERSONNEL AFFAIRS
904-392-4777 SUNCOM 622-4777



DIR. & ASSOC. PROF. 904-392-1347 SUNCOM
622-1347



DIR., SHARE COMMUNICATION 392-1975
DIR., SHARE DEVELOPMENT 392-1975
DIR., SHARE DEVELOPMENT


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UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


IFAS SPONSORED PROGRAMS

GERBER, JOHN F.

IFAS SPONSORED PROGRAMS & DEV

KRAIER, ROBERT C.

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

POPENOE, HUGH L.

ANDREW, CHRIS 0.
ANDRENS, KEITH L.
ENO, CHARLES F.
KEARL, STEVEN

MARLOWE JR, GEORGE A.
MATHENT JR, ELLIS L.
MCDERMOTT, JAMES K.
MCGUIRE, JAMES E.
STANSLY, PHILIP A.
STOVALL, JOHN G.
VAN HORN JR, HAROLD H.
YUN-ER, CONRAD


PROGRAM EVALUATION & ORGAN. DEVELOP.

ISRAEL, GLENN D.

STRAUGXR, ALTO A.

SUtMERHILL, WILLIAM R.

TAYLOR, CLIFTON L.

CONFERENCES, INSTITUTES & WORKSHOPS

BOWDEN, WILLIAM W.

FLORIDA SEA GRANT COLLEGE PROGRAM

CATO, JAMES C.

SEAMAN JR, WILLNAM


CENTER FOR AQUATIC PLANT RESEARCH

JOYCE, JOSEPH C.
LANGELAND, KENNETH A.

RAMEY, VICTOR A.


CENTER FOR BIOMASS ENERGY SYSTEMS

SMITH, WAYNE H.

CENTER FOR COOP. AGR. PROGRAMS FAMU

CARTER, LAWRENCE

EDWARDS, JAMES C.
MILLER, DAMON


DIR., IFAS GRANTS



DIR. 904-392-1975



DIR. & PROF., SOILS, CTR FOR TROPICAL
AGRICULTURE 904-392-1965
PROF. & ASSOC. DIR. 392-1965
ASSOC. PROF., EAP/HONDURAS 2-1965
PROF. & CHIEF OF PARTY USAID/CAMEROON 2-1965
CORDD, EDUCATIONAL MEDIA/COMMUNICATIONS
2-1965
PROF., VEG. CROPS, USAID/CAMEROON 2-1965
PROF., ENT. & NEM. USAID/CAMEROON 2-1965
RES. SCI., FOOD & RES. ECON., 2-1965
RESEARCH SCI., USAID/CAMEROON 2-1965
ASST. PROF., USAID/ECUADOR 2-1965
RES. SCI. COOP IPA, USAID/WASHINGTON 2-1965
ASST. DIR. & PROF. ANIMAL NUTR. 2-1965
RESEARCH SCI., AND CHIEF OF PARTY
USAID/ZIMBABWE 2-1965



ASSET. PROF., PROG. DEVELOPMENT & EVAL. SPEC.
2-0386
PROF. AND DIR., PROG. EVAL. AND ORG. DEV.
904-392-0386 SUNCOM 622-0386
ASSOC. PROF., PROG. DEVELOPMENT & EVAL. SPEC.
2-0386
PROF., PROG. DEVELOPMENT & EVAL. SPE. 2-0386



ASSOC. PROF., DIRECTOR (904-392-5930)



DIR. AND PROP., FOOD & RES. ECON.
904-392-5870 SUNCOM 622-5870
ASSOC. DIR. & ASSOC, PROF., FISHERIES SCI.
2-5870



DIR. & ASSOC. PROF. 904-392-9613
ASSET. PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS & PLANT MGT.
2-9613
COORDINATOR, RESEARCH INFORMATION AQUATIC
WEEDS 2-1719



DIR. & PROF., 904-392-1511 SUNCOM 622-1511



ASSET. DEAN, 1890 FAMU PROGRAM 904-599-3561
SUNCOM 286-3546
ASST. PROF., 1890 RURAL DEVELOPMENT SPEC.
ASSOC. PROF., EXT. 4-H YOUTH SPEC.


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UNIT
NAME


RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY

SHANKLAND, DANIEL L.

CENTER FOR NATURAL RESOURCES

MACE JR, ARNETT C.

-AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING

ISAACS, GERALD W.
BAGNALL, LARRY 0.
BAIRD, CARL D.
BALDWIN, LLOYD B.

BECKER, WILLIAM J.
BOTTCHER, ADELBERT B.

BUCKLIN, RAY A.

CAMPBELL, KENNETH L.
CHAU, KHIE V.
CHYNOWETH, DAVID P.
CLARK, GARY A.

CROMWELL, RICHARD P.
EARLE, JOHATHAN F.
LUCK, RICHARD C.
HAMAN, DOROTA Z.
HARRBLL, ROY C.
IZUNO, FORREST T.

JdNES, JAMES W.

JONES, PIERCE H.
LINCOLN, EDWARD P.
MISHOE, JOHN W.

NORDSTEDT, ROGER A.
OVERMAN, ALLEN R.
PART, ROBERT M.
SHAW, LAWRENCE N.
SHIH, SUN-FU
SHOUP, W D.

SMAJSTRLA, ALLEN G.
SMERAGE, GLEN H.

TALBOT, MICHAEL T.

TEIXEIRA, ARTHUR A.
ZAZUETA, FEDRO S.

AGRICULTURAL AND EXTENSION EDUCATE

BEEMAN, CARL E.
ARRINGTON, LARRY R.
CHEEK, JIMMY G.
MCGHEE, MAXIE B.
PELOQUIN, BARBARA A.

AGRONOMY

DEAN, CHARLES E.
BALTENSPERGER, DAVID D.


DIR. &'PROF., 904-462-3281



DIR. & PROF. 904-392-1792 SUNCOM 622-1792


CHM. AND PROF. 904-392-1864 SUNCOM 622-1864
X x PROF., AG. PROC. & AQUATIC WEEDS 2-1864
X x PROF., ENGERY & AG. PROC. 2-1864
X ASSOC., PROF. WATER RESOURCES & POLLUTION
CONTROL 2-2468
x X ASSOC. PROF., SAFETY SPECIALIST 2-2468
X x x ASSOC. PROF., WATER RES. & NON-POINT
POLLUTION 2-1864
x x x ASST. PROF., FARM STRUCTURES & WASTE MGT.
2-2468
X ASSOC. PROF., WATER MANAGEMENT 2-1864
X ASSOC. PROF., ENERGY & PROC. 2-1864
X ASSOC. PROF., BIOPROCESS ENG. 2-9378
x X ASST. PROF., IRRIGATION SYS. DESIGN
SUNCOM 552-7044
x X x ASSOC. PROF., AGE. MACH. 2-2468
X ASST. RES. SCI., BIOPROCESS ENG. 2-9378
X x PROF., AGR. MACH. & SYST. 2-1864
S xX ASST. PROF., WATER MGT. 2-2468
X x ASST. PROF., ROBOTICS 2-1864
x X ASST. PROF., WATER MGT., IRRIG. &
DRAINAGE ENG. SUNCOM 250-1171
X PROF. AGR. ENGINE PLANT MODELING & SYSTEMS
ANALYSIS 2-1864
x X x ASST. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL 2-2468
X ASSOC. PROF., ALGAE PROD. 2-1864
X PROF. CROP MODELING, INSTRUMENTION SYSTEMS
2-1864
X x ASSOC. PROF., WASTE MAGT. 2-1864
X x PROF., WATER MGT. & POLLUTION CONTROL 2-1864
x x GRAD. RES. PROF., SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 2-1864
X x PROF., AG. MACH. 2-1864
X PROF., HYDROLOGY 2-1864
X ASSOC. PROF. MECH. AG. & MACHINERY SYSTEMS
2-1864
X x x PROF., WATER MANAGEMENT 2-1864
X ASSO. PROF., BIOLOGICAL & ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
2-1864
X ASST. PROF. AGR. ENGIN. (GRAIN DRYING &
ENERGY) 2-2468
x x ASSOC. PROF., FOOD ENGR. 2-1864
x X ASSOC. PROF., WATER MGT. 2-1864

:ON


X
X
X
x x


CHM. AND PROF., 904-392-0502 SUNCOM 622-0502
ASSOC. PROF., TEACHING 2-0502
PROF., TEACHING 2-0502
PROF., TEACHING 2-0502
COORD, EDUCATION MEDIA/ COMM., A.V. 2-2411


CHM. AND PROF. 904-392-1814 SUNCOM 622-1814
X x ASSOC. PROF., FORAGE LEGUME GENETICS &
BREEDING 2-1811


-7-


r



















UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


BENNETT, JERRY M.
BOOTE, KENNETH J.
BUHR, KENNETH L.
CHAMBLISS, CAROL G.
COALE, FRANK J.
COLVIN, DANIEL L.
CURREY, WAXNE L.

EDvARDSON, JOHN R.
FRENCH III, EDWIN C.
FRITZ, GEORGE J.
GALLAHER, RAYMOND N.
GARDNER, FRANK P.
GARRARD, LEON A.
GREEN, V. E.
HALLER, WILLIAM T.
HIEBSCH, CLIFTON K.
HORNER, EARL S.
KNAUFT, DAVID A.
LANGELAND, KEN A.

LEGRAND, FERDINAND
MCCLOUD, DARELL E.
NORDEN, ALLEN J.
PFAHLER, PAUL L.
PRINE, GORDON M.
QUESENBERRY, KENNETH H.
RUELKE, OTTO C.
SCHANK, STANLEY C.
SHILLING, DONN G.
SCHRODER, V. N.
SMITH, REX L.
STEPHENSON, ROBERT J.
SOLLENBERGER, LYNN E.
WHITTY, ELMD B.

WILCOX, MERRILL
WOFFORD, DAVID S.
WRIGHT, DAVID L.

ANIMAL SCIENCE

WEST, ROGER Ls

AMERMAN, CLARENCE B.
ASQUITH, RICHARD L.
BATES, DOUGLAS B.
BLAZER, FULLER W.
BRENDEMUHL, JOEL H.
COMBS JR, GEORGE E.
CONRAD, JOSEPH H.

DENHAM, STEVEN C.
ELZO, MAhUI CIO A.

FIELDS, MICHAEL J.
HARGROVE, DONALD D.
JOHNSON, ONAIN D.
JOHNSON, EDWARD L.
KUNKLE, WILLIAM E.
LAMKEY, JAMES W.
LEAK, FRED W.

LIEB, SANDI
LOGGINS, PHILLIP E.
MARSHALL, TIMOTHY T.


x ASSOC. PROF. WATER MANAGEMENT 2-6180
x PROF., PLANT PHYSIOL. 2-1811
X ASST. PROF. PLANT BRDG. 2-1823
X ASSOC. PROF. EXT. SPEC. FORAGE 2-1817
X ASST. PROF., EXT. SPEC. SUGARCANE
X ASST. PROF., EXT. WEED SCI. SPEC. 2-1817
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. SPEC. WEED SCI.
2-1817
x PROF. CYTOGENET 2-6180
X ASSOC. PROF., FARMING SYSTEMS 2-1811
ASSOC. PROF. PLANT PHYSIOL. 2-6145
x x PROF. MULTIPLE CROPPING 2-2325
x PROF., PLANT PHYSIOL. 2-1811
x ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOL. 2-1811
PROF., SUNFLOWER PROD. 2-6140
x PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS 2-9613
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. SPEC SOYBEANS 2-1817
x x PROP., CORN GENET. & BRDG. 2-1811
x ASSOC. PROF., PLANT BREED. 2-6185
X ASST. PROF., EXT. AQUATIC WEEDS SPEC.
2-9613
x ASSOC. PROF., BIOMASS CONVERSION 2-1811
PROF., PLANT PHYSIOL. 2-1811
PROF., PEANUT GENET. & BRDG. 2-6185
x PROP., GENET. 2-1811
x PROF., FIELD CROP ECOL. 2-1811
x PROF., FORAGE GENET. & BRDG. 2-1823
x PROF., FORAGE CROP ECOL. 2-1823
x PROF., FORAGE GENET & BRDG. 2-1823
x ASST. PROF., WEED SCIENCE 2-9413
x ASSOC. PROF., CROP NUTRITION 2-1823
x PROF., FORAGE GENET. & BRDG. 2-1890
X ASST. PROF., EXT. SPEC. FORAGE 2-2567
x ASST. PROF., TROPICAL FORAGE MGT. 2-1924
X PROF., EXT. SPEC. PEANUTS, CROP MGT. TOBACCO
2-1817
x PROF., HERBICIDE BIOCHEM. 2-1810
X ASST. PROF., GENETICS & PLANT BREEDING 2-1823
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. SPEC. FORAGE 2-5232


X x
X x x
X x
X x
x X
X x
X x

x X
X x

X x
x X
X x
X

x X x
X x
X x

x X
x X
X x


CHM. AND PROF., MEAT SCI. 904-392-1911 SUNCOM
622-1911
PROF. ANIM. NUTR. 2-1924
ASSOC. PROF. EQUINE HEALTH 2-2454
ASST. PROF. ANIM. NUTR. RUMINANT 2-2454
PROF. ANIM. PHYSIOL. 2-2180
ASSISTANT PROF., SWINE NUTRITION 2-7526
PROF. ANIM. NUTR. SWINE 2-7526
PROF. ANIM. NUTR. TROPICAL ANIMAL SCIENCE
2-2180
ASST. PROF. ANIMAL NUTRITION, RUMINANT 2-2454
ASST. PROF., ANIMAL BREEDING & GENETICS
2-2366
PROF., ANIM. PHYSIOL. 2-2180
PROF., ANIM. BREEDING 2-2366
ASST. PROF., MEAT SCI. 2-2992
ASSOC. PROF., EXT. EQUINE SPEC. 2-1916
ASSOC. PROF. EXTENSION BEEF SPECIALIST 2-1916
ASST. PROF. MEAT SCIENCE 2-2992
ASST. PROF., EXTENSION MEATS SPECIALIST
2-1916
ASSOC. PROF. ANIM. NUTR. HORSE 2-7526
PROF. ANIMAL NUTRITION, SHEEP 2-7526
ASST. PROF., BEEF CATTLE 2-2454


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UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


MCDOWELL, LEE R.

MOORE, JOHN E.
OLSON, TIMOTHY A.
OTT, EDGAR A.
PALMER, ARNO Z.
PRICHARD, DAVID L.
SAND, ROBERT S.

SHARP III, DANIEL C.
TENBROECK, SAUNDRA H.
WAKEMAN, DONALD L.
WALKER, WILLIAM R.
WARNICK, ALVIN C.

DAIRY SCIENCE

NATZKE, ROGER P.

BACHMAN, KERMIT C.
BEEDE, DAVID K.
DE LORENZO, MICHAEL A.
HANSEN, PETER J.

HARRIS JR, BARNEY
HEAD, HENRY H.
STAPLES, CHARLES R.
THATCHER, WILLIAM W.
WEBB, DANIEL W.
WILCOX, CHARLES J.

EDITORIAL

SPRINGER, DONALD M.

MORRIS, MILTON E.
BREEDEN, CARL W.

BREEZE, MARSHALL H.

CILLE, MARY L.
CROWDER JR, LOY V.
CROWELL, BILLIE L.
HERMANCE, GARY C.
KEARL, STEVEN
LEAHY, THOMAS M.
MEEKER, DARCY S.

NEHILEY, JAMES M.

PELOQUIN, BARBARA J.
PIERCE, JO ANN B.

SMITH JR, ROBERTS C.
THORNE, JOHN W.
WOODS JR, CHARLES T.

ENTOOIDOGY AND NEMATOLOGY

HABSCK, DALE H.
ALLEN, JON C.

BARFIELD, CARL S.
BENNETT, FRED D.
BOUCIAS, DRION G.
BUTLER, JERRY F.


X
Ix

X
Ix
Ix
x
x
x


x

x






x
X
X
X










x
X
X


X

X


x


x



X


x
x
X
X
X
x



x




x

x


X


x PROF. ANIMAL NUTR., TROPICAL ANIMAL SCIENCE
2-2180
x PROF. ANIMAL NUTR., FORAGE 2-1924
x ASSOC. PROF., ANIMAL BREEDING 2-2366
x PROF. ANIM. NUTR., HORSES 2-2454
x PROF. MEAT SCI. 2-2992
X ASST. PROF. EXT. 2-5230
X ASSOC. PROF. ANIM. SCI., EXT. BEEF SPEC.
2-1916
x PROF. ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY, HORSE 2-2180
X x ASST. PROF., EXT. LIVESTOCK SPEC. 2-1916
x X PROF. ANIM. SCI. 2-2454
X ASST. PROF. EXTENSION SWINE SPECIALIST 2-1916
X PROF. ANIM. PHYSIOL. 2-7526



CHM. & PROF. MASTITIS & MILKING MGMT.
904-392-1981 SUNCOM 622-1981
X ASSOC. PROF. BIOCHEM., FOODS 2-1958
x ASSOC. PROF., ANIMAL NUTRITION 2-1958
X ASST. PROF. GENETICS 2-5592
x ASST. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGIST
2-5590
X PROF. NUTR. 2-1958
x PROF. ANIMAL PHYS. LAC. 2-5590
x ASST. PROF. FORAGES 2-1958
x PROF. ANIM. PHYSIOL.,REPRODUCTION 2-5590
X PROF. DAIRY MGMI 2-5592
x PROF. GENETICS 2-5592



CHMN. & PROF. MASS COMMUNICATION 904-392-1771
SUNCOM 622-1771
ACT. CHMN. & PROF., MASS COMMON. 2-1771
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., RADIO-TV
COORD. 2-1771
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., A.V. COORD.
2-2411
ASSOC. PROF., PUB..2-1773
X ASST. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC. 2-1771
x COORD., EDU. MEDIA/COMMUNICATIONS 2-1771
X x COORD., EDU. MEDIA/COMMUNICATIONS 2-2411
x COORD., EDU. MEDIA/COMMUNICATIONS 2-1965
x COORD., EDU. MEDIA/COMMUNICATION 2-1771
X ASST. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., PRINT MEDIA
2-1771
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., TRAINING &
EVAL. COORD. 2-1773
X COORD., EDU. MEDIA/COMMUNICATIONS 2-2411
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., PUB. COORD.
2-1773
X ASST. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., RADIO 2-1771
x COORD., EDU. MEDIA/COMMUNICATIONS 2-1771
ASSOC. PROF., PRINT MEDIA 2-1771


ACT. CHMN. & PROF., IMMATURES 2-1901
ASSOC. PROF., POPULATION DYNAMICS & SYSTEMS
ANAL. 2-1901
PROF., PEST MGT. 2-1901
VISITING PROF., BIO. CONTROL 2-7089
ASSOC. PROF., INSECT PATHOLOGY 2-1790
PROF., VET. ENT. 2-1930


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UNIT
RAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


CROMROY, HARVEY L.
DICKSON, DONALD W.
DUNKLE, SID W.
DUNN, ROBERT A.
FOLTZ, JOHN L.
FRANK, JOHN H.
GUPTA, VIRENDRA K.
HALL, DONALD W.
HALL, HARLAN G.
JOHNSON, FREDDIE A.
KERR, STRAT H.
KDEHLER, PHILIP G.
LLOYD, JAMES E.
MARUNIAK, JAMES E.
NCSORLEY, ROBERT T.
MEREDITR, JULIA A.
NATION, JAMES L.
PALING, JOHN
SANFORD, MALCOLM T.
SHORT, DONALD E.
SLANSKY JR, FRANK
SMART JR, GROVER C.
STIMAC, JERRY L.
STRAYER, JOHN R.
TARJAN, ARMNI C.
TEAL, PETER

TRAER, JAMES C.
WALKER, THOMAS J.
WILKZNSON, ROBERT C.
YOUNG, DAVID G.
YU, SIMON S.

FOOD AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS

LIBBY, LARRY W.
ADAMS, CHARLES M.
ALVAREZ, JOSE

BABB, EMERSON M.
BEILOCK, RICHARD P.
BOGGESS, WILLIAM G.

CARRIER, ROY R.

CLOUSER, RODNEY L.

COMER, DOROTHY A.
COVEY, CHARLES D.
DAVIS, CARLTON G.

DBGNER, ROBERT L.
DOW, JOSE K.
EASTIOOD, RALPH A.
EMERSON, ROBERT D.

FAIRCHILD, GARY F.
FORD, STEPHEN A.
GLADWIN, CHRISTINA H.
GORDON, JOHN R.

HEWITT, TIMOTHY D.

HILDEBRAND, PETER E.
HOLT, JOHN
KEPNER, KARL W.


X
X
x
x

x
x
X
Ix
X
x
x

x
x
x
x

x



x

x
X

X
x

x
X
X
x
x


X x PROF., RADIATION BIOLOGY 2-3104
x PROF., NEMATOLOGY 2-1990
x ASST. RES. SCI., BIOLOGY SYSTEMATICS
X PROF., EXT. NEMATOLOGY 2-1990
ASSOC. PROF., FORESTRY 2-1440
PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL 2-6787
PROF., SYSTEMATICS 2-9279
PROF., MED. ENT. 2-1901
ASST. PROF., HONEY BEE GENETICS 2-1801
X PROF., EXTENSION 2-1937
x VISITING PROF., ECONOMIC ENT. 2-1901
X PROF., EXTENSION 2-1937
x PROF., SYSTEMATICS 2-1901
ASSOC. PROF., GENETIC ENG. 2-1790
x ASSOC. PROF., NEMATOLOGY 2-1990
ASSOC. RES. SCI., NEMATOLOGY 2-1990
x PROF., PHYSIOLOGY 2-1801
x VISIT. RES. SCI., WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY
X ASSOC. PROF., APICULTURE 2-1801
X PROF., EXTENSION 2-1937
x ASSOC. PROF., NUTRITIONAL ECOLOGY 2-4901
x PROF., NEMATOLOGY 2-1990
x X ASSOC. PROF., POPULATION ECOLOGIST 2-7088
X PROF., ECON. ENT. 2-1901
x PROF., NEMATOLOGY 2-1990
ASSOC. RES. SCI., INSECT PHEROMONES
374-5730
ASST. RES. SCI., TAXONOMY 2-6709
x PROF., ECOLOGY 2-1901
x PROF., FOREST ENT. 2-1440
ASSOC. RES. SCI., SANDFLIES 2-1888
X PROF., INSECT TOXICOLOGY 2-1801


CHM. & PROF. 904-392-1826 SUNCOM 622-1826
X ASST. PROF., MARINE ECONOMICS 2-4991
x X PROF., AREA FARM MGMT. & PROD. ECON.,
BELLE GLADE 250-1142
X x PROF. (EMINENT SCHOLAR), MKTG. 2-5131
X x ASSOC. PROF., MKTG. TRANSPORTATION 2-2394
X x ASSOC. PROF., FARM MGT., PROD. RESOURCES
2-1845
x X PROF., PUBLIC POLICY, NAT. RESOURCES ECON.
2-2394
x X ASSOC. PROF., COMMUNITY & RURAL DEVELOPMENT
2-1854
x X x ASSOC. PROF., NATURAL RESOURCE ECON. 2-1848
X PROF., MKTG. AND PUB. POLICY 2-1854
X x PROF. FOOD & NUTRITION ECONOMICS, PUBLIC
POLICY, ECON. DEV. 2-2394
X x PROF.& DIR. MARKET RES. CENTER 2-1845
X PROF., INTERNATIONAL TRADE & MKTG 2-1846
X PROF., MARKETING 2-1881
X x ASSOC. PROF., PROD. ECON, ECONOMETRIC ABOR
2-2394
X x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. MKGT. SPEC. 2-1845
x X ASST. PROF. FARM MANAGEMENT ECONOMIST 2-1854
X x x ASSOC. PROF., SMALL FARM MANAGEMENT 2-1881
x X x ASSOC. DEPT. CHMN. AND PROF., COMM. DEVLPMT.
PUBLIC POLICY 2-1826
X ASSOC. PROF., AREA FARM MGMT., MKTG.,
MARIANNA 2-6597
x X PROF., FARMING SYSTEMS/SMALL FARMS 2-1854
X x PROF. FARM MGT. SPEC.,PROD. ECON. 2-1845
X x DISTINGUISHED SERV. PROF. FOOD MKTG &
DISTRIBUTION 2-1845


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UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


KIKER, CLYDE F. X
KILMER, RICHARD L. X
LANGHAM, MAX R. X

LONG, BURL F. x

LYNNE, GARY D. X

MILON, JOSEPH W. X x

MULKEY, WILLIAM D. x x

MURARO, RONALD P. x X

POLOPOLUS, LEONIDAS X x
PREVATT, JOSEPH W. x X
PROCHASKA, FREDERICK J. X x

RAHMANI, MOHAMMAD X
REYNOLDS, JOHN E. X x
SEALE, JR., JAMES L. X

SHONKWILER, JOHN S. X

SIMPSON, JAMES R. x X
SPREEN, THOMAS H. X
STRAIN, JAMES R. x X
TAYLOR, TIMOTHY G. X

VAN BLOKLAND, PETER J. X

VANSICKLE, JOHN J. x X
WARD, RONALD W. X
ZIMET, DAVID J. x X

FOOD SCIENCE AND HUMAN NUTRITION

MATTHEWS, RICHARD F.
AHMED, ESAM M. x
ANDERSON, CHRISTINE R. X
BAILEY, LYNN B. x
BALABAN, MURAT x

BATES, ROBERT P. x x
BORUM, PEGGY L. X
BROWN JR, ROSS D. X
CORBETT, MICHAEL D. X
DIPIETRO, CHRISTINA M. x
GREGORY III, JESSE F. X
LINDSEY, JAMES A. X
MARSHALL JR, MAURICE R. X

MCGOWAN, CLAUDE X
MOYE, HUGH A. X
OTWELL, WALTER S. X
ROBBINS, RALPH C. X
SCHMIDT, RONALD H. x X
SHIREMAN, RACHEL M. x
SIMS, CHARLES A. X
SITREN, HARRY S. X
WEX, CHENG-I X
WHEELER, WILLIS B. X

SCHOOL OF FOREST RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION

MACE JR, ARNETT C.


x ASSOC. PROF., ENV. ECON., 2-2394
x ASSOC. PROF., MARKETING 2-1845
x PROF., GRAD. COORD., ECON. DEVEL.&
ECONOMETRICS 2-2297
X PROF., UNDERGRADUATE COORD. NAT. RESOURCE
ECON. 2-1848
x ASSOC. PROP. NAT. RES. ECON. PROD. ECON.
2-2394
x ASSOC. PROP., ENV. & NAT. RESOURCE ECON.
2-1881
x ASSOC. PROF., RES. & ENV., REGIONAL ECON.,
COMM. DEVELOPMENT 2-1854
ASSOC, PROF., AREA FARM MGT. ECON. LAKE
ALFRED 533-1203
x PROP., MKTG. & POLICY 2-1854
ASSOC. PROF. (leave of absence)
x PROP., GEN. ECON. THEORY, MARINE ECON. &
ENV. ECON. 2-4991
ADJ. VIS. PROF., MKTG. 2-1881
x PROF. NATURAL RESOURCES 2-1845
x ASST. PROF., INT'L TRADE, FINANCE & POLICY
2-1845
ASSOC. PROF., MARKETING AND ECONOMETRICS
2-1845
x PROP., LIVESTOCK MKTG. DEVLPMT. 2-1854
x PROF., MKTG. & PRICE ANALYSIS 2-2394
PROF., EXT. ORNAM. CROPS 2-1881
x ASSOC. PROF., PROD. ECON. & ECONOMETRICS
2-2297
x ASSOC. PROF., PROD. ECON. AND AGRI. FINANCE
2-1848
x ASSOC. PROF., MARKETING ECONOMIST 2-2297
x PROF., MKTG. AND INDUSTRIAL ORG. 2-1854
ASST. PROP., AREA FARM MGMr. QUINCY 2-5230



PROF. & ACTING CHMN. 2-1991
x PROF. FOOD PSYCHOPHYS. 392-1991
x ASSOC. PROF. DIETETICS 2-199L
x PROF. HUMAN NUTR. 2-1991
x ASST. PROF., FOOD ENGINEERING & PROCESSING
2-1991
x PROF., FOOD PROC. 2-1991
x ASSOC. PROF. HUMAN NUTR. 2-1991
x ASSOC. PROF. BIOCHEM 2-1991
x PROF. PEST. CHEM. 2-1978
x ASST. PROF. FOOD CHEMISTRY 2-1991
x PROF., FOOD CHEMISTRY 2-1991
x VISIT. ASSOC. PROF., FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
ASSOC. PROF., SEAFOOD CHEMISTRY -
BIOCHEMISTRY 2-1991
x ASST. PROF., TOXICOLOGY 2-1991
x PROF. ANAL. CHEM PROF. ANAL. CHEM. 2-1978
PROF., SEAFOOD TECH. 2-2558
x ASSOC. PROF. HUMAN NUTR. 2-1991
PROF., EXT. DAIRY TECHNOLOGIST 2-1991
X ASSOC. PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY 2-1991
x ASST. PPOF., ENOLOGIST 2-1991
x ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN NUTRITION 2-1991
x ASSOC. PROF., FOOD TOXICOL. 2-1991
x PROF. TOXICOLOGY 2-1978



DIR. AND PROF. 904-392-1792 SUNCOM 622-1792


-11-


















UNIT RES T RANK/AR SECALZA STEEPP
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


FORESTRY

REID, CHARLES P.

ABT, ROBERT C.
ARVANITIS, LOUKAS G.
BLAKESLEE JR, GEORGE M.
CROPPER, WENDELL P., JR.
DIPPON, DUANE R.
DURYEA, MARY L.
EWEL, KATHERINE C.
FLINCHUM, DAVID M.
GHOLZ, HENRY L.
JOHNSON, JON D.
JOKELA, ERIC J.
LESNEY, MARK S.
LONG, ALAN J.
PYWELL, NANCY A.
RIEKERK, HANS
ROCKO1OD, DONALD L.
SCHMIDT, ROBERT A.
WEBB, ROGER S.
WHITE, TIMOTHY L.

WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES

LABISKY, RONALD F.
COLLOPY, MICHAEL W.

HARRIS, LAWRENCE D.
HUEGEL, CRAIG N.
MARION, lAINE R.
MAZZOTTI, FRANK J.
ROBINSON, JOHN G.

SCHAEFER, JOSEPH M.
TANNER, GEORGE W.

FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE

SHIREMAN, JEROME V.
CAMPTON, JR., DONALD E.
CANFIELD JR, DANIEL E.
CICHRA, CHARLES E.
FRANCIS-FLOYD, RUTH
HALLER, WILLIAM T.
LINDSERG, WILLIAM J.
MCGEE, MICHAEL V.

4-H & OTHER YOUTH PROGRAMS

FISHER, SUSANNE G.

BEAULIEU, LIONEL J.
COOK, LINDA D.

GREENAWALT, THOMAS C.
GRIFFITH, WALTER E.
HILLIER, STEPHEN A.
NORTHROP, JAMES C.

RUTLEDGE JR, JOHN A.

SHEPARD, CLINTON L.


x
X
X

x
x
X
x

X
X
x
*X
x

X
x
x
x
x

x




X

x
x
x
x
x

x
x




x
x
X
X
X
X
X
X
x


X

X





X


CHMN. & PROF. ECOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY 392-1850
SUNCOM 622-1850
ASST. PROF. FOREST ECONOMICS 2-1850
PROF., MENSURATION BIOMETRICS 2-1850
ASSOC. PROF., FOR PATH 2-4826
VISITING ASST. PROF. 2-1850
ASSOC. PROF., FORESTRY MGT. 2-1850
ASST. PROF., EXT. SILVICULTURE 2-5420
PROF., ECOL. 2-4851
ASSOC. PROF., FOR. MGT. EXT. SPEC. 2-5420
ASSOC. PROF., FOR. ECOL. 2-4851
ASST. PROF., TREE PHYSIOLOGY 2-4851
ASST. PROF., SILVICULTURE IN SOILS 2-1850
ASST. PROF., FOREST BIO-TECHNOLOGY 2-4851


x ASSOC. PROF., FOR. HYDROLOGY 2-5420
x PROF., FOREST GENET. 2-1850
x x PROF., FOR. PATH. 2-4826
x ASSOC. PROF., FOREST PATH. 2-4826
ASSOC. PROF., FOREST GENETICS 2-1850



PROF., WILDLIFE ECOLOGY & MGT. 2-4851
X CHMI. & ASSOC. PROF. RAPTOR & WADING BIRD
ECOLOGY 904-392-4851 SUNCOM 622-4851
x PROF., WILDLIFE LANDSCAPE DESIGN 2-4851
X ASST. EXT. SCI. 813-586-5477
x ASSOC. PROF., AVIAN ECOLOGY 2-5420
X ASST. EXTENSION SCI.
x ASSO. PROF., TROPICAL WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
2-4851
X
X ASSOC. PROF., RANGE ECOLOGY & MGT. 2-5420



CHMN. AND PROF., 904-392-9617 SUNCOM 620-9617

ASSOC. PROF., LIMNOLOGY 2-9617

VISIT. ASST. PROF. 2-9617 SUNCOM 620-9617
x PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS 2-9613
x ASST. PROF., MARINE CRUSTACEAN BIOLOGY 2-9617
X ASST. PROF., AQUACULTURE EXT. SPEC. 2-9617


x X
X

X
x X
X
x





X


ASST. DEAN & CH0M., 4-H & OTHER YOUTH PROG.
904-392-1744
ASSOC. PROF., EXT. RURAL SOCIOLOGIST (2-1744)
ASSOC. PROF., EXT. 4-H YOUTH SPECIALIST
(2-1744)
PROF., EXT. 4-H YOUTH SPECIALIST (2-1744)
ASST. PROF., EXT. 4-H YOUTH SPECIALIST
ASST. PROF., 4-H YOUTH SPEC. 2-1744
ASSOC. PROF., EXT. 4-H YOUTH SPECIALIST
(2-1744)
ASSOC. PROF., EXT.4-H YOUTH SPECIALIST
(2-1744)
ASST. PROF., 4-H YOUTH SPEC. 2-1744


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UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


FRUIT CROPS

JACKSON, LARRY K.

BIGGS, ROBERT H.
CAMPBELL, CARL W.

CLINE, KENNETH C.
CROCKER, TIMOTHY E.
DARNELL, REBECCA L.
DAVIES, FREDERICK S.
FERGUSON, JAMES J.
HALBROOKS, MARY C.
KOCH, KAREN E.
LYRENE, PAUL M.
MARTSOLF JR, J D.
MOORE, GLORIA A.
PARSONS, LARRY R.
SHERMAN, WAYNE B.
TUCKER, DAVID P.
WARDOWSKI, WILFRED F.
WEBB, PATRICIA G.
WILTBANK, WILLIAM J.

HOME ECONOMICS

TICHENOR, DORIS A.
ANDRESS, ELIZABETH L.
BOBROFF, LINDA B.
BOLTON, ELIZABETH B.

HACKLER, RUTH N.
HAMMER, MARIE S.
HARRISON, MARY N.
MURPHY, LIZETTE L.

PEART, MARY V.
ROOKS-WEIR, EVELYN A.
TAYLOR, BARBARA E.

TORRES, NAYDA I.

WAGNER, PATRICIA A.

WALTERS, YANCEY B.
WARREN, GLENDA L.


MICROBIOLOGY AND CELL SCIENCE

GANDER, JOHN E.

ACHEY, PHILLIP M.
ALDRICH, HENRY C.
DAVIS JR, FRANCIS C.
DUGGAN, DENNIS E.
FARRAH, SAMUEL R.

GURLEY, WILLIAM B.
HOFFMANN, EDWARD M.
INGRAM, LONNIE O.
JENSEN, ROY A.

PRESTON III, JAMES F.

PREVIC, EDIWARD P.


X
x
x

x
X
x


X
x

x

X
x
X
x
x


X
X


CHMN. AND PROF. CITRUS SPEC. 904-392-4711
SUNCOM 622-4711
x PROF., BIOCHEM. 2-6888
X x PROF., TROPICAL FRUIT PRODUCTION
SUNCOM 491-5059
ASST. PROF., BIOCHEM. AND MOLEC. BIOL. 2-1752
X PROF., DECID. FRUIT SPEC. 2-1996
x ASST. PROF. DECIDUOUS FRUIT SPEC. 2-0965
x PROF., ENV. PHYS. 2-0790
X ASSOC. PROF., CITRUS SPEC. 2-1996
X ASST. PROF., GRAPE PRODUCTION 2-7272
x ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PHYS. 2-1658
x PROF., DECIDE. FRUIT BRDG. AND GENET. 2-1042
x x PROF., CLIMATOLOGY 2-4968
x ASSOC. PROF., FRUIT BRDG. & GENET 2-7593
X ASSOC. PROF., WATER RELATIONS SUNCOM 533-1011
x x PROF., DECIDE. FRUIT BRDG. 2-1024
X PROF., CITRUS PRODUCTION SUNCOM 533-1011
X PROF., CITRUS POST-HARVEST SUNCOM 533-1011
ASST. RES. SCI., PHYSIOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 2-7319
x x ASST. CHMN. AND PROF., ENV. PHYS. 2-0071


x X

X

X
X
X
x
X

x X
x
X
X

x X



X
X
X


DIR. AND PROF. 904-392-1778 SUNCOM 622-1778
ASST. PROF., FOODS & NUTRITION 2-2030
ASST. PROP., FOODS & NUTRITION SPEC. 2-2030
ASSOC. PROF., LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT & ADULT
EDUC. SPEC. 2-1987
PROF., CLOTHING & TEXTILES SPEC. 2-1945
ASSOC. PROF., HOME FURNISHINGS SPEC. 2-1945
PROF., CONSUME. EDUC. SPEC. 2-1868
ASSOC. PROF., CONSUMER FOOD MARKETING SPEC.
2-1895
ASSOC. PROF., HOUSING SPEC. 2-7087
ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN DEV. SPEC. 2-2201
ASSOC. PROF., PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT SPEC.
2-2201
ASSOC. PROF., FAMILY & CONSUMER ECONOMICS
SPEC. 2-1869
ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN NUTRITION SPECIALIST
2-1839
PROF., HOME ECON., ENP 2-2090
ASSOC. PROF., FOODS AND NUTRITION SPEC. ENP
2-0404



CHMN. OF DEPT. AND PROF. 904-392-1906 SUNCOM
622-1906
PROF., RADIATION BIOLOGY 2-1439
PROF., BIOLOGICAL ULTRASTRUCTURE 2-1096
ASSOC. PROF., BIOCHEM. OF DEVELOPMENT 2-1179
ASSOC. PROF., MICROBIAL GENETICS 2-1186
ASSOC. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
2-5925
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 2-4909
PROF., IMMUNOLOGY AND COMPLEMENT 2-5430
PROF., MICROBIAL & CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY 2-5924
PROP., BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS IN MICROORGANISMS
& PLANTS 2-9677
PROF. BIOSYNTHESIS & FUNCTION OF CYCLIC
PEPTIDES. 2-5923
ASSOC. PROF., MICROBIAL PATHOGENS OF PLANT
PESTS 2-5926


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UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


SCHMIDT, ROBERT R.

SHANMUGAM, KEELNATHAN T.
SMITH, PAUL H.
ZAM III, STEVEN G.


ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE

SHEEHAN, THOMAS J.

BARRETT, JAMES E.
BLACK, ROBERT J.

CARPENTER JR, WILLIAM J.
CISAR, JOHN
DEHGAN, BIJAN
DONSELMAN, HENRY M.
DUDECK, ALBERT E.
GILMAN, EDEARD F.
GUY, CHARLES L.

HENLEY, RICHARD W.
INGRAM, DEWAYNE L.
KNOX, GARY W.
MCCONNELL, DENNIS B.
NELL, TERRILL A.
TJIA, BENNY
VERKADE, STEPHEN D.
YEAGER, THOMAS

PLANT PATHOLOGY

BERGER, RICHARD D.

BARTZ, JERRY A.
CHARUDATTAN, RAGHAVAN
FREEMAN, THOMAS E.
GABRIEL, DEAN W.

HIEBERT, ERNEST
KISTLER, HAROLD C.

KUCHAREK, THOMAS A.
LOSCHKE, DAVID C.

MARTIN, FRANK N.

MITCHELL, DAVID J.

NIBLETT, CHARLES L.
PURCIFULL, DAN E.
PURDY JR, LAURENCE H.
ROBERTS, DANIEL A.
SCHENCK, NORMAN C.

SIMONE, GARY W.

STALL, ROBERT E.
ZETTLER, FRANCIS W.

POULTRY SCIENCE

SLOAN, DON R.

CHRISTMAS, ROBERT B.


x x GRAD. RES. PROF., GENE-ENZYME REGULATION,
METABOLIC CONTROL 2-0237
X ASSOC. PROF., BACTERIAL PHYSIOLOGY-2490
x x PROF., MICROBIAL ECOLOGY 2-5922
X ASSOC. PROF., PARASITOLOGY AND PROTOZOOLOGY
2-1192



PROF. & CHMN., FLOOR. 904-392-1829 SUNCOM
622-1829
X x ASSOC. PROF., WOODY ORNAM. & FLOOR. 2-7931
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. URBAN HORTICULTURIST
2-1835
X x PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS 2-7943
ASST. PROF., WATER/TURF MGT. SUNCOM 444-1011
x x ASSOC. PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS 2-7941
ASSOC. PROF., TROP. ORNAM. SUNCOM 444-1011
X x PROP., TURF 2-7939
x x ASST. PROF., PLANT ENVIRONMENT 2-7934
X x ASST. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
2-7934
PROF., FOLIAGE SPEC. 2-7272
x X PROF., WOODY ORNAM. 2-7942
ASST. PROF., WOODY ORNAM. SUNCOM 282-4135
X x PROF., FOLIAGE 2-7933
X x PROF., FLOR. 2-7933
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. FLOOR. SPECIALIST 2-7935
ASST. PROF., TEACH./EDUC. SUNCOM 444-1011
x X ASSOC. PROF., WOODY ORNAM. 2-7940



ACTING CHMN. & PROF., PLANT DISEASE
EPIDEMIOLOGY 904-392-3631 SUNCOM 622-3631
X x ASSOC. PROF., POST HARVEST DISEASES 2-7247
X PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF WEEDS 2-7240
X x PROF., DISEASES OF TRUFGRASSES 2-7231
X x ASST. PROF., BACTERIAL GENETICS & PHYSIOLOGY
2-7239
X PROF., VIROLOGY 2-7246
X x ASST. PROF., PHYSIOLOGY OF HOST-PARASITE
INTERACTIONS 2-9241
x X PROF., EXTENSION, FIELD CROP DISEASES 2-1980
X x ASST. PROF., GEN. OF HOST-PARASITE
INTERACTION 2-7238
X ASST. PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL, SOIL-BORNE
PLANT PATHOGENS 2-7241
x x PROF., DISEASES FIELD CROPS, BIO. OF
SOIL-BORNE PATHOGENS 2-7242
K x x PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY 2-3633
X PROF., VIROLOGY 2-3637
X PROF., DISEASES OF SUGARCANE & CACAO 2-7235
x x PROF., FORAGE CROP DISEASES 2-7243
X x PROF., MYCORRHIZAE SOIL BORNE PATHOGENS
2-7236
x X ASSOC. PROF., EXTENSION ORNAMENTAL & VEG.
CROPS DISEASES 2-1980
X x PROF., BAC. PLANT PATHOGENS 2-7244
X x PROF., VIROLOGY 2-7245


x X


CHM. & ASSOC. PROF. 904-392-1931 SUNCOM
622-1931
PROF., SUPERVISOR, FLA POULTRY EVAL CTR,
CHIPLEY 904-638-0588


-14-















UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


x x
x X
X x
X
x x

x X
x x
X


DAMRON, BOBBY L.
DOUGLAS, CARROLL R.
HARMS, ROBERT H.
JANKY, DOUGLAS M.
MATHER, F B.
MILES JR, RICHARD D.
OUART, MICHAEL D.
WILSON, HENRY R.
OODWARD, SCOTT A.

SOIL SCIENCE

MCNEAL, BRIAN L.

BLUE, WILLIAM G.
BROWN, RANDALL B.

CARLISLE, VICTOR W.

CHAUDHRY, GHULAM R.
COLLINS, MARY E.

COMERFORD, NICHOLAS B.

FISKELL, JOHN G.

GRAETZ, DONALD A.

HAMMOND, LUTHER C.
HANLON, EUARD A.
HARRIS, WILLIE G.
HORNSBYt, ARTHUR G.

HUBBELL, DAVID H.
JOHNSTON, CLIFFORD T.
KIDDER, GERALD

MANSELL, ROBERT S.

MYHRE, DONALD L.

NEARLY, DANIEL G.
NKEDI-KIZZA, PETER
OU, LI-TSI
RAO, PALAKURTHI S.

REDDY, KONDA R.
RHUE, ROY D.

ROTHWELL, DONALD F.

SARTAIN, JERRY B.

STONE, EARL L.
STREET, JIMMY J.

SYLVIA, DAVID M.

YUAN, TZU L.


STATISTICS

SCHEAFFER, RICHARD L.
CORNELL, JOHN A.

LITTELL, RAMON C.


x


X


x PROF., POULTRY NUTRITION 2-1931
PROF., EXT. POULTRYMAN 2-1931
GRAD. RES. PROF., POULTRY NUTR. 2-1931
x PROF., POULTRY PROD. TECH. 2-1931
x ASSOC. PROF. POUTRY PHYSIOL. 2-1931
x PROF., POULTRY NUTRITION AND MGT. 2-1931
ASSOC. PROF., EXTENSION POULTRYMAN 2-1931
x PROF. POULTRY PHYSIOL. 2-1931
x ASST. PROF., POULTRY PROD. TECH. 2-1931


CHMN. OF DEPT. AND PROF., SOIL CHEMISTRY
(904-392-1803) (SUNCOM 622-1803)
x PROF., FERTILITY FORAGES 2-1804
X x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. SOILS SPEC. LAND USE
2-1951
x PROF., PEDOLOGY GENESIS AND CLASSIFICATION
2-1951
x ASST. PROF., ENVIRON. MICROBIOLOGY 2-1951
x ASSOC. PROF., PEDOLOGY GENESIS &
CLASSIFICATION 2-1951
x ASSOC. PROF., SOIL FERTILITY FOREST SOILS
2-1951
x PROF., SOIL BIOCHEMISTRY SOIL FERTILITY
VEGETABLES 2-1951
x ASSOC. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY SOIL AND
WATER POLLUTION 2-1804
PROF., SOIL PHYSICS WATER RELATIONS 2-1951
X ASST. PROF., EXT. SOILS MANAGEMENT 2-1804
x ASST. PROF., SOIL GENESIS & MINERALOGY 2-1951
X PROF., SOIL PHYSICS, EXTENSION SPEC.,
SOIL-WATER MGT, 2-1951
x PROF., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY RHIZOSPHERE 2-1951
x ASST. PROF., SOIL PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 2-9063
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. SOIL TEST INTERPRETATIONS
2-1951
x PROF., SOIL PHYSICS WATER AND NUTRIENT
MOVEMENT 2-1951
X PROF., SOIL CHEMISTRY SOIL-PLANT-WATER
RELATIONS 2-1804
ADJ. PROF., FOREST SOILS MANAGEMENT 2-1951
x ASST. PROF., SOIL PHYSICS/MANAGEMENT 2-1951
ASSOC. RES. SCI., TOXIC-SOLUTE DEGRADATION
x PROF., SOIL PHYSICS, SOIL WATER RELATIONS
2-1951
x PROF., SOIL BIOCHEMISTRY 2-1804
x ASSOC. PROF., SOIL AND PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY, &
GRAD COORD. 2-1951
X PROF., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY, & UNDERGRADUATE
COORD. 2-1951
x x PROF., SOIL FERTILITY TURF & ORNAMENTALS
2-1804
ADJ. PROF., FOREST SOILS 2-1951
x ASSOC. PROF., SOIL CHEMISTRY, MICRONUTRIENTS
2-1951
x ASST. PROF., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY, MYCORRHIZAE
2-9404
x PROF. SOIL CHEMISTRY ACIDITY AND AMORPHOUS
CLAYS 2-1804



CHMN. AND PROF. 904-392-1941 SUNCOM 622-1941
PROF., DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS, EXPERIMENTS
WITH MIXTURES
PROF., THEORY OF INFERENCE, STATISTICAL
COMPUTING


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UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


MARTIN, FRANK G. X

PORTER, KENNETH M. X

VEGETABLE CROPS

CANTLZFFE, DANIEL J.

BASSETT, MARK J. X
BEWICK, THOMAS A. x
BRECHT, JEFFREY K. X
CHASE, CHRISTINE D. X
FERL, ROBERT J. X
GULL, DNAIN D. X

HALL, CHESLEY B. X
HANNAH, LARKIN C. X
HOCHiMTH, GEORGE J. x

HUBER, DONALD J. X
HUMPHREYS, THOMAS E. X
KOSTEWICZ, STEPHEN R. X
LOCASCIO, SALVADORE J. X
MCCARTY, DONALD R. X
SARGENT, STEVEN A. X
STALL, WILLIAM M. x

STEPHENS, JAMES M.
VALLEJOS, CARLOS E. X
VASIL, INDRA K. X
VASIL, VIMLA X

VETERINARY MEDICINE

ADMINISTRATION

GELATT, KIRK N.

ARCHBALD, LOUIS F.

BESCH, EMERSON L.
CHRISMAN, CHERYL L.

CRIPE, WYLAND S.

HINES, JAMES A.


PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

BELL, JOHN U. X
PALMORE, WILLIAM P. x
SUNDLOF, STEPHEN F. X

COMPARATIVE & EXPERIMENTAL PATHOLOGY

BUERGELT, CLAUS D. X

INFECTIOUS DISEASES

BURRIDGE, MICHAEL J.

BRADLEY SR, RICHARD E. X
BROWN, MARY B. X
COURTNEY III, CHARLES H. X


PROF., DESIGN & ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS,
STATISTICAL GENETICS
x ASSOC. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL STATISTICS 2-1941



CHMN. OF DEPT. AND PROF., SEED PHYSIOLOGY
904-392-1928 SUNCOM 622-1928
x PROF. HORT., PLANT BREEDING 2-7922
x ASST. PROF., VEGETABLE PRODUCTION 2-5017
x ASST. PROF., POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY 2-7914
ASST. PROF., MOLECULAR GENETICS 2-7920
ASSOC. PROF., MOLECULAR GENETICS 2-2370
x ASSOC. PROF. HORT. (POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY)
(VEG. COMPOSITION) (2-7915)
PROF., PHYSIOLOGY 2-4925
x PROF. HORT., BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS 2-7919
X ASST. PROF., EXTENSION VEGETABLE SPECIALIST,
NUTRITION 2-7912
x ASSOC. PROF., POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY 2-7923
x PROF. SHORT PHYSIOLOGY 2-7783
x ASSOC. PROF., CROP PRODUCTION 2-7921
x PROF., HERBICIDES AND NUTRITION 2-7917
x ASST. PROF., SEED PHYSIOLOGY 2-9087
x ASST. PROF., POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGIST 2-7911
X PROF., EXTENSION VEGETABLE SPECIALIST, WEED
CONTROL 2-7913
X PROF., GARDENING SPECIALIST 2-7916
x ASST. PROF., PHYSIOLOGICAL GENETICS 2-7924
GRAD. RES. PROF., CELLULAR GENETICS 2-1193
RES. SCI., CELL & TISSUE CULTURE 2-1193






DEAN, ACTING DEPT. CHMN. PROF. OPHTHALMOLOGY
(HC) 904-392-2381 SUNCOM 622-2381
ASST. DEAN & PROF., FOR CLINICAL AFFAIRS -
CHIEF OF STAFF (HC)
ASSOC. DEAN (HC)
ASST. DEAN FOR INSTRUCTION, ASSOC. PROF.,
NEUROLOGY (HC)
ASST. DEAN FOR PUBLIC SERV., ASSOC. PROF.,
HERD HEALTH (HC)
ASSOC. DEAN & PROFESSOR FOR STUDENT SERVICES
PHYSIOLOGY 2-4871



x ASSOC. PROF., TOXICOLOGY 2-1841
x ASSOC. PROF., PHYSIOLOGY 2-0921
x ASST. PROF., TOXICOLOGY 2-0921



ASSOC. PROF., BOVINE PARATUBERCULOSIS 2-1221


x x
x
x
K


CHM. & PROF., EPIDEMIOLOGY 904-392-1841
SUNCOM 622-1841
PROF., PARASITOL. 2-1841
ASST. PROF., MYCOPLASMOLOGY 2-1841
ASSOC. PROF., PARASITOLOGY 2-1841


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UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


DAME, JOHN B.
FORRESTER, DONALD J.
GASKIN, JACK M.
GIBBS, EDWARD P.
GREINER, ELLIS C.
NICOLETTI, PAUL L.

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE

BRAUN, R K.

BECKER, HAROLD N.

DONOVAN, GERALD A.

LANE, THOMAS J.

RICHEY, EDDIE J.
SHEARER, JAN K.

SPECIAL CLINICAL SCIENCES

CARDEILHAC, PAUL T.


x
x
x
x
x
x






x x
X
X
X
X









X x
x x


X
x X
X



X


ASST. PROF., MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 2-1841
PROP., WILDLIFE PARASITOL. 2-1841
ASSOC., PROF., MICROBIOLOGY 2-1841
PROF., VIROLOGY 2-1841
ASSOC, PROF., PARASITOL. 2-1841
PROF., MICROBIOLOGY 2-1841


DEPT. CHM., & PROF., RURAL AN. MED/HERD
HEALTH 2-5672
ASSOC. PROF., SWINE DISEASES, EXTENSION
2-5672
X ASSOC. PROF., DAIRY & BEEF HERD HEALTH PROG.
2-5672
ASST. PROF., EQUINE & COMPANION ANIMAL,
EXTENSION 2-4847
ASSOC. PROF., BEEF CATTLE EXTENSION.2-4847
x ASSOC. PROF., DAIRY CATTLE EXTENSION 2-4847



PROF., FISH, ALLIGATOR REPRODUCTION 2-2977


APOPKA


CONOVER, CHARLES A.

CHASE, ANN R.
HENLEY, RICHARD W.
HENNY, RICHARD J.
OSBORNE, LANCE S.
POOLE, RICHARD T.
STAMPS, ROBERT H.

BELLE GLADE

WADDILL, VAN H.

ALVAREZ, JOSE
ANDERSON, DAVID L.
CHERRY, RONALD H.
COALE, FRANK J.
DUSKY, JOAN A.
FOSTER, RICKY E.
GUZMAN, VICTOR L.
IZUNO, FORREST T.
JONES, DAVID B.
NAGATA, RUSSELL T.

OZAKI, HENRY Y.
PORTER, PAUL S.
RAID, RICHARD N.
SANCHEZ, CHARLES A.
SNYDER, GEORGE H.
WOLF, EMIL A.

BRADENTON

WATERS, WILLIE E.

CLARK, GARY A.
CSIZINSZKY, ALEXANDER A.
ENGEULARD, ARTHUR W.
GERALDSON, CARROLL M.
GILREATH, JAMES P.


x
x
X
X
x
x






x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
X
X
x
X
X
X
x
X
X

X
X
X
X

X


CTR. DIR. & PROF., ORNAM. HORT. 305-889-4161
SUNCOM 352-7272 392-9359
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATH.
X PROF., EXT. FOLIAGE SPEC.
ASSOC. PROF., ORNAM. HORT.
ASSOC. PROF., ENT.
SPROF., PLANT PHYSIOL.
x ASST. PROF., ORN. HORT.



CTR. DIR., AND PROF., 305-996-3062 SUNCOM
250-1110
X PROF., AGR. ECON. FARM MANAGEMENT 250-1142
ASSOC. PROF., SUGARCANE 250-1161
ASSOC. PROF., ENT., SUGARCANE 250-1117
X ASST. PROF., EXT. AGRONOMIST 250-1160
ASSOC. PROF., WEED SCI. 250-1139
ASST. PROF. ENT. VEGETABLES 250-1116
PROF. HORT., VEG. CROPS 250-1115
X ASST. PROF.,. WATER MGT. 250-1171
ASST. PROF. AGRON., RICE 250-1118
ASST. PROF., PLANT BREEDER/GENETICIST
250-1165
ASSOC. PROF., VEG. CROPS 250-1166
ASST. PROF., WATER QUALITY 250-1151
x ASST. PROF., PLANT PATH. 250-1147
ASST. PROF., HORT. VEG. CROPS 250-1119
PROF. SOIL CHEM. 250-1111
PROF. HORT. VEG. CROPS :30-1114


x X
X
X
X
X


CTR. DIR. AND PROF. (813-755-1568) (SUNCOM
552-7044)
ASST. PROF., WATER EXT. SPEC.
ASSOC. PROF. HORT. VEG.
PROF. PLANT PATH. ORNAM.
PROF. SOIL CHEM. VEG.
ASSOC. PROF., HORT., WEED SCI.


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UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


X
x
X
x

x
x
X
x
x
x
x
x
I


HARBAUGH, BRENT K.
JONES, JEFFREY B.
JONES, JOHN P.
MAYNARD, DONALD N.
OVERMAN, AMEGDA J.
PREVATT, JAMES W.
PRICE, JAMES F.
SCHUSTER, DAVID J.
SCOTT, JOHN W.
STANLEY, CRAIG D.
WILFRET, GARY J.
WHLTZ, SHREVE S.

BROOKSVILLE

HAMMDOD, ANDREW C.


DOVER


ALBREGTS, EARL E.
HOWARD, CHARLES M.

FT. LAUDERDALE

SUTTON, DAVID L.

BALCIUNAS, JOSEPH K.

BROSCHAT, TIMOTHY K.
BURCH, DEREK G.
BUSEY, PHILIP
DAVIS, MICHAEL J.

ENNIS JR, WILLIAM B.
FITZPATRICK, GEORGE E.
GIBLIN-DAVIS, ROBIN M.
HARRISON, NIGEL A.
HOWARD, FORREST W.
SCHEFFRAHN, RUDOLF H.

STEWARD, KERRY K.
SU, NAN-YAO

TSAI, JAMES H.
VANDIVER JR, VERNON V.

FT. PIERCE

CALVERT, DAVID V.

BOMAN, BRIAN J.

BROLMANN, JOHN B.
BULLOCK, ROBERT C.
KRETSCHMER'JR, ALBERT E.
SONODA, RONALD M.
STOFFELLA, PETER J.

HASTINGS

HENSEL, DALE R.

SHUMAKER, JAMES R.
WEINGARTNER, DAVID P.


PROF., ORN. SHORT.
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATH. ORN. VEG.
PROF. PLANT PATH. VEG.
X PROF. VEGETABLE CROPS SPECIALIST
PROF. NEMATOL. ORN. VEG.
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. ECONOMIST
ASSOC. PROF. ENTOMOL. ORNMM.
PROF., ENTOMOL. VEG
ASSOC. PROF., VEG. BREEDING
x ASSOC. PROF., WATER-SOIL RELATIONS
PROF. GENET. ORN.
PROP. PLANT PHYSIOL. ORN. VEG.


CTR. DIR. & ADJ. ASSOC. PROF.



PROF. SOILS VEGETABLES 813-659-2801
PROF., PLANT PATH. VEGETABLES


ACTING CTR. DIR. & PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS
(305-475-8990) (SUNCOM 444-1011)
X ASST. RES. SCI., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
AQUATIC WEEDS
X ASSOC. PROF., TROPICAL ORNAM.
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., ORNAM. HORT.
X ASSOC. PROF., TURFBREEDER
X ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATH PROCARYOTIC
PHYTOPATHOGENS, PALM DISEASES
x PROF., HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS COORDINATOR
X x ASSOC. PROF., WATER ENVIRONMENT CONTROL
X ASST. PROF., NEMATOLOGIST
X ASST. PROF., DISEASES OF TROPICAL ORNAMENTALS
X ASSOC. PROF. ENT., ORNAM.
X ASST. PROF., ENT. STRUCTURAL AND HOUSEHOLD
PESTS
X ADJ. ASST. PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS
X ASST. PROF., ENT. STRUCTURAL AND HOUSEHOLD
PESTS
X PROF., DISEASE VECTORS
X x ASSOC. PROF., AQUATIC WEED SCIENTIST



CTR. DIR. & PROF., SOIL CHEM.; CITRUS
305-468-3922 SUNCOM 240-3922
X ASST. PROF., AGR. ENGINEERING CITRUS
IRRIGATION
X ASSOC. PROF. AGRON. LEGUME BRDR.
X ASSOC. PROF. ENT. CITRUS
X PROF. AGE N. PASTURE
X PROP. PLANT PATH. CITRUS
X ASSOC. PROF., HORT. VEG. CROPS



CTR. DIR. AND PROF., SOILS, VEG. 904-692-1792
2-7697
X ASSOC. PROF., HORT VEG.
X ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATH. VEG.


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UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


HOMESTEAD

BARANOWSKI, RICHARD M.

BRYAN, HERBERT H.
CAMPBELL, CARL W.
DAVENPORT, THOMAS L.
JANSSON, RICHARD K.
LITZ, RICHARD E.

MCMILLAN JR, ROBERT T.
MOSS, MICHAEL A.
NARAYAANAN, KOMARATCHI R.
OHAIR, STEPHEN K.
PENA, JORGE E.
PLOETZ, RANDY C.
POHRONEZNY, KENNETH L.
SCHAFFER, BRUCE A.

IMMOKALEE

ARNOLD, CALVIN E.

EVERETT, PAUL H.


x
X
x
X
X
X

x
x
x
x
x
x

X






X


JAY


PEACOCK, HUGH A.

BERTRAND, JOSEPH E. X
BRECKE, BARRY J. X
DUNAVIN JR, LEONARD S. X
KINLOCH, ROBERT A. X
LUTRICK, MONROE C. X

LAKE ALFRED

KENDER, WALTER J.

ALBRIGO, LEO G. X
ANDERSON, CARL A. X
BLAZQUEZ, CARLOS H. X

BRADDOCK, ROBERT J. X
BRLANSKY, RONALD H. X
BROOKS, ROBERT F. X
CASTLE, WILLIAM S. X
CHEN, CHIN S. X
CHILDERS, CARL C. X
CRANDALL, PHILIP G. X
DERRICK, KENNETH S. X
DUNCAN, LARRY W. X
ECHEVERRIA, EDGARDO J. X
EDWARDS, GEORGE J. X
GMITTER JR., FREDERICK G. X

GRAHAM JR, JAMES H. X
GROSSER, JUDE W. X
KNAPP JR, JOSEPH L.
KOO, ROBERT C. X
LEE, RICHARD F. X
MCCOY JR, CLAYTON W. X
MILLER, WILLIAM M. X
MURARO, RONALD P.

NIGG, HERBERT N. X


CTR. DIR. AND PROF. ENT. 305-247-4624 SUNCOM
451-5059
PROF. HORT., VEGETABLES
X PROF., TROPICAL FRUIT SPEC. TREC-HOMESTEAD
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOLOGY-BIO. CHEMISTRY
ASST. PROF., INSECT ECOLOGY
ASSOC. PROF. TISSUE CULTURE OF TROPICAL
FRUITS
ASSOC. PROF., VEG. AND SUBTROPICAL FRUITS
ASST. PROF., EPIDEMIOLOGY
ASST. PROF., PLANT SCIENCE
ASSOC. PROF., VEG. ROOT & TUBER CROPS
ASST. PROF., ENTOLOMOGIST, TROPICAL FRUITS
ASST. PROF. SOILBORNE PLANT PATHOGENS
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. PEST MANAGEMENT
ASST. PROF., TROPICAL FRUIT CROPS



CTR. DIR., AND PROF., FRUIT CROPS
813-657-2835 SUNCOM 721-7380
PROF., SOIL CHEM., VEGETABLES



CTR. DIR. & PROF., PLANT BREED, 904-994-5215
OR 904-994-7373
PROF., ANIMAL NUTR.
ASSOC. PROF., WEED SCIENCE
ASSOC. PROF., FORAGE CROP MGT.
ASSOC. PROF., FIELD CROPS NEMATOLOGIST
PROF. SOIL SCI., FERT.



CTR. DIR. AND PROF., HORT. 813-956-1151
SUNCOM 533-1215
PROF. HORT. 533-1207
ASSOC. PROF. SOIL CHEM. 533-1294
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATH. REMOTE SENSING
533-1293
PROF., FOOD SCIENCE 533-1249
ASSOC. PROF. PL. PATH. 533-1300
PROF., ENTOMOLOGY
PROF., HORT. 533-1259 533-1264
PROF., FOOD ENGINEERING 533-1254
ASSOC. PROF. ENT. 533-1274
ASSOC. PROF. FOOD SCI. 533-1285
PROF. PLANT DISEASE 533-1298
ASST. PROF., NEMATOLOGY 533-1299
ASST. PROF., PLANT PHSIOLOGY 533-1238
ASST. PROF. BIOCHEM. 533-1271
ASST. PROF., CITRUS VARIETY IMPROVEMENT
533-1301
ASSOC. PROF., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY 533-1297
ASST. PROF., CELL GENETICS 533-1253
X PROF., ENT. EXT IPM SPEC. 533-1278
PROF. HORT. 533-1235
ASSOC. PROF. PLANT PATH. 533-1295
PROF., ENT. 533-1281
PROF., AGRI. ENGIN. 533-1229
X ASSOC. PROF., AREA FARM MGMT.
ECONOMIST 533-1203
PROF. ENT. 533-1230


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UNIT
NAME RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


NOLING, JOSEPH W.
PARISH, MICKEY E.

PARSONS, LAWRENCE R.
SADLER, GEORGE D.
SINGH, MEGH
STEWART, I.
SYVERTSEN, JAMES P.
TIMER, TAVERN W.
TUCKER, DAVID P.

WARDOWSKI II, WILFRED F.
WHEATON, THOMAS A.
WHITESIDE, JACK 0.
WHITNEY, JODIE D.
WICKER, LOUISE

LEESBURG

ELMSTROM, GARY W.

CRALL, JAMES M.
GRAY, DENNIS J.
HALBROOKS, MARY C.
HOPKINS, DONALD L.
MORTENSEN, JOHN A.

LIVE OAK

RICH, JIMMY R.

WHITE, CALVIN E.

MARIANNA

GORBET, DANIEL-W.

HEWITT, TIMOTHY D.
MYER, ROBERT 0.

MONTICELLO

FRENCH, WILLIAM J.

ANDERSEN, PETER C.
KNOX, GARY W.

MIZELL, RUSSELL F.
NORCINI, JEFFREY G.


x X ASST. PROF., EXT. NEMATOLOGY 533-1262
X ASST. PROF., RESEARCH FOOD MICROBIOLOGIST
533-1286
x X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. WATER RESOURCES 533-1218
X ASST. PROF., CITRUS FRUIT PROCESSING 533-1236
X ASSOC. PROF., WEED SCIENCE 533-1265
X PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY
X ASSOC. PROF. PLANT PHYSIOL. 533-1287
X PROF. PL. PATH. 533-1267
x X PROF., EXTENSION HORT., AREA CITRUS SPEC.
533-1201
X PROF., AREA CITRUS SPEC. 533-1255
X PROF. HORT. 533-1222
X PROF. PLANT PATH. 533-1296
X PROF. AGR. ENGIN. 533-1217
X ASST. PROF., FOOD SCIENCE 533-1251



X ASST. CTR. DIR. & PROF., CUCURBIT GROWTH
& DEVLPMT. 904-787-3423 392-7272
X PROF., WATERMELON BRDG. AND DIS.
X ASST. PROF., DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGIST
x X ASST. PROF., HORT., GRAPE SPECIALIST
X PROF., WATERMELON AND GRAPE DIS.
X PROF., GRAPE BRDG. AND GENET.



ASST. DIR. & PROF., HEMATOLOGY 904-362-1725
2-7390 SUNCOM 622-7390
X ASSOC. PROF., SWINE NUTRITION



ASST. DIR. & PROF. AGRON. (PEANUTS)
904-594-3241 392-6597 SUNCOM 622-6597
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. ECONOMIST 2-6597
X x ASSOC. PROF., AN. SCI. (SWINE) 2-659,7


X x
X

X x
I x


ASST. DIR. & PROF. PLANT PATH. 904-997-2596
2-9090 SUNCOM 282-4135
ASST. PROF., HORT., FRUIT CROPS
ASST. PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS, WATER MGT.
SPEC.
ASSOC. PROF., ENTOMOLOGY
ASST. PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS


ONA


PATE, FINDLAY M.

BROWN, WILLIAM F.
KALMBACHER, ROBERT S.
MACHEN, RICHARD V.

MISLEVY, PAUL

PITMAN, WILLIAM D.
RECHCIGL, JOHN E.
STEPHENSON, ROBERT J.


x
x
x

x

x
x
x


CTR. DIR. & PROF., BEFF CATTLE MGT.
813-735-1314 SUNCOM 552-7077
ASST. PROF., ANIMAL NUTR., FORAGE EVALUATION
PROF., RANGE MANAGEMENT AND FORAGE CROPS
ASST. PROF., ANIMAL NUTRITION BEEF CATTLE
MGT.
PROF., PASTURE AND FORAGE CROPS AND
RECLAMATION
ASSOC. PROF., PASTURE AND FORAGE CROPS
ASST. PROF., SOIL SCIENTIST
X ASSISTANT PROF., EXTENSION FORAGE SPEC.


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UNIT
NAM RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


QUINCY


HERZOG, DONALD C.

BAKER JR, FRANK S.
BARNETT, RONALD D.
FUNDERBURK, JOSEPH E.
OLSON, STEPHEN M.
PRICHARD, DAVID L.
ROADS, FREDERICK M.
SHOKES, FREDERICK M.
SPRENKEL, RICHARD K.
STANLEY JR, ROBERT L.
TAPPAN, WILLIAM B.
TEARE, IWAN D.
WRIGHT, DAVID L.
ZSIET, DAVID J.

SANFORD

WHITE, J. MARION

ALI, ARSHAD
LEIBEE, GARY L.
RHOADES, HARLAN L.
STRANDBERG, JAMES 0.

VERO BEACH FMEL

BAKER, RICHARD

BOROVSKY, DOV

DAY, JONATHAN F.

KLOTER, KIRBY 0.
LINLEY, JOHN R.
LOUNIBOS, LEON P.
NAYAR, JAI K.

OMEARA, GEORGE F.
RET, JORGE R.
SAUERMAN, DONALD M.

SHROYER, DONALD A.
VANHANDEL, EMILE


CTR. DIR., & PROF. ENT., PEST MGT.,
904-627-9236 392-5230 SUNCOM 622-5230
PROF. ANIM. HUSB., BEEF CATTLE
PROF. AGRON., SMALL GRAINS BRDG.
ASSET. PROF., EXT. PEST MGT.
X ASSOC. PROF., VEG. CROPS
X ASST. PROP. EXTENSION ANIMAL SCIENCE
PROF., SOIL SCIENCE AND WATER RELATIONS
ASSOC. PROF. PLANT PATH, FIELD CROPS
X ASSOC. PROF. ENT., INT. PEST MANAGEMENT
ASSOC. PROF. AGRON. (FORAGE CROPS)
PROF. ENT. PEANUTS AND TOBACCO
RESEARCH SCIENTIST, CROP PHYSIOLOGY
X PROF., EXTENSION AGRONOMIST 2-5232
X ASST. PROF., EXT. FARM MANAGEMENT



CTR. DIR & ASSOC. PROF., VEG. CROPS
392-2643 (305)322-4134
PROF., ENT., AQUATIC ENT. & ECOL.
ASSOC. PROF., ENT., VEG. CROPS
PROF., NAMATOL. VEG. CROPS
PROF., PLANT PATH., VEG. CROPS



CTR. DIR.& PROF. GENETICS & CYTOGENTICS
305-562-5435 SUNCOM 221-5080
ASSOC. PROF., HORMONE BIOCHEMISTRY &
BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
ASST. PROF., MOSQUITO SURVEILLANCE &
EPIDEMIOLOGY
X ASST. PROF., APPLIED MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGIST
PROF., BIOLOGY & CONTROL OF BITING MIDGES
ASSOC. PROF., INSECT ECOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
PROF., BIOLOGY OF DISEASE VECTORS,
EPIDEMIOLOGY
PROF., MOSQUITO ECOLOGY & PHYSIOLOGY
ASSOC. PROF., WETLANDS ECOLOGY
ASSET. PROF., PASTURE MOSQUITOES, DOG
HEARTWORM
ASST. PROF., VIROLOGY
PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY & METABOLISM


Prefix for on-campus telephone numbers is 392; when dialing a campus number from on campus,
dial the last five digits only (2-XXXX)


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SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL ARTICLES


JULY 1, 1986 JUNE 30, 1987

NOTE: The following is a list of manuscripts approved for publication as scientific journal
papers, together with the journal in which publication was proposed. At the time of this report,
many of these will have been published, while others will still be in press or pending publication.
We have made no attempt to supply bibliographic data on those published. For information regarding
present status of.these manuscripts or to obtain reprints, one of the authors may be contacted
directly.



Ababouch, L. and Busta, F. F. Effect of Thermal Treatments in Oils on Bacterial Spore Survival.
J. of Applied Bacteriology J.S. # 7744

Ababouch, L.; Chouguer, L. and Busta, F. F. Causes of Spoilage of Thermally Processed Fish in
Morocco. J. Food Techn. J.S. # 7659

Ababouch, L.; Dikra, A. and Busta, F. F. Quantitative Retrieval of Bacterial Spores from Oils.
Applied & Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 7500

Ababouch, L.; Dikra, A. and Busta, F. F. Tailing of Survivor Curves of Clostridial Spores Heated
in Edible Oils. J. of Applied Bacteriology J.S. # 7742

Abad, A R. and Gregory, J. F. Determination of Folate Bioavailability with a Rat Bioassay.
Journal of Nutrition J.S. # 8091


Abou-Setta, M. M. and Childers, C. C. Biology of Euseius mesembrinus (Acari: Phytoseiidae): Life
Tables on Ice Plant Pollen at Different Temperatures with Notes on Behavior and Food Range.
Experimental and Applied Acarology J.S. # 7429

Abou-Setta, M. M. and Childers, C. C. A Modified Leaf Arena Technique for Rearing Phytoseiid or
Tetranychid Mites for Biological Studies. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 7555

Abt, R. C. An Analysis of Regional Factor Demand in the U.S. Lumber Industry. Forest Science
J.S. # 7542

Abt, R.; Kelly, D. and Kuypers, M. The Florida Palm Coast Fire: An Analysis of Fire Incidence and
Residence Characteristics. Fire Technology J.S. # 8241

Adams, R. and Poulos, P. A Skeletal Ossification Index for Neonatal Foals. Veterinary Radiology
J.S. # 8163

Adams, R. and Turner, T. A. Internal Fixation Repair of a Greater Tubercle Fracture in an
Adolescent Horse. J. of Equine Science J.S. # 7706


Adams, R.; Brown, M. and Gronwall, R. In Defense of Gentamicin. Veterinary Record J.S. # 7993

Adams, R.; Calderwood-Mays, M. B.; Peyton, L. C. and Stoer, C. Microscopically Directed Excision
of Cutaneous Tumors: MOHS Surgery in the Horse. Veterinary Surgery J.S. # 8167

Adams, R.; Koterba, A.; Colahan, J.; Cudd, T. and Baker, W. Exploratory Celiotomy for Suspected
Urinary Tract Disruption in Neonatal Foals: A Review of 18 Cases. Equine Veterinary Journal
J.S. # 7835


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Adams, R.; Nixon, A. and Hagar D. Use of Ultrasonography to Diagnose and Aid in Surgical
Idenification of a Cervical Soft Tissue Foreign Body Causinng Esophageal Obstruction. Veterinary
Surgery J.S. # 7632


Adjei, M. B.; Mislevy, P.; Garrard, L. A. and West, R. L. The Effect of Grazing Intensity on
Stubble and Root Carbohydrate Reserves in Tropical Grasses. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 7403


Ahmed, E. M. Peanut Quality and Non-Conventional Processing of Peanut Seeds. Symposium
Proceedings J.S. # 8034

Ahmed, S. and Jensen, R. A. New Prospects for Deducing the Evoluti6nary History of Metabolic
Pathways in Prokaryotes: Aromatic Biosynthesis as a Case-in-Point. Origins of Life J.S. # 8251

Albregts, E. E. and Howard, C. M. Supplemental Foliar Fertilization of Fruiting Strawberries.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. 3.S. # 7661


Albregts, E. E. and Howard, C. M. Response of Strawberry to Foliar Applications of Cu Mn, and Zn..
Soil & Crop Science Soc. J.S. # 7857

Aldrich, H. C.; Beimborn, D. B. and Schoenheit, P. Creation of Artifactual Internal Membranes
During Fixation of Methanobacterium Thermoautotrophicum. J.S. # 7958

Alexander, J. B. Disperal of Phlebotomine Sand Flies (Diptera:Psychodidae) in a Colombian Coffee
Plantation. Journal of Medical Entomology J.S. # 8225


Ali, A. and Nayar, J. K. Laboratory Efficacy of a New Benzoylphenylurea Insect Growth Regulator
(UC-84572) Against Mosquitoes and Chironomid Midges. An. Mosq. Control Assoc. J.S. # 7719

Ali, A.; Nayar, J. K. and Kok-Yokomi, M. L. Evaluation of New Experimental Insect Growth
Regulators Agaihat Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culcidae) and Midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) in the
Laboratory. Mosq. & Vector Control Assoc. J.S. # 7843

Ali, A.; Reddy, K. R. and DeBusk, W. F. Seasonal Changes in Sediment and Water Chemistry of a
Subtropical Shallow Eutrophic Lake. Hydrobiologia J.S. # 7836


Allen, J. C. Spatial Effects in Ecological Models: The Average Value of Environmentally
Distributed Functions. Ecological Modeling J.S. # 7402

Allen, Jr., L. H.; Vu, C. V.; Valle, R.; Boote, K. J. and Jones, P. Nonstructural Carbohydrates
and Nitrogen of Soybeans Grown Under CO2 Enrichment. Crop Science J.S. # 8067

Amaerman, C. B. Introductory Remarks for the Symposium on Assessment of Mineral Status in Domestic
Animals. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 7556

Ammerman, D. K. and Overman, A. R. Treatment Kinetics of Overland Flow. Water Pollution Control
Federation Journal J.S. # 7675

Anamam, K. A. and Boggess, W. G. A Stochastic Dominance Analysis of Alternative Marketing
Strategies for Mixed Crop Farms in North Florida. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics
J.S. # 7572


Andersen, P. C. and Brodbeck, B. V. CO2 Assimilation and Water Relations of Peach Leaves with
Aging. American Soc. Hort. Science J.S. # 8047


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Andersen, P. C. and Brodbeck, B. V. Plant Water Relations of Pecan Growth Flushes.


Andersen, P. C. and Mizell, R. F. Impact of Peach Silver Mite, Aculus Cornutus (Banks), on
'Flordaking' and 'June Gold' Peach. Environmental Entomology J.S. # 7438

Anderson, C. A. Fruit Yields, Tree Size, and Mineral Nutrition Relationship in 'Valencia' Orange
Trees as Affected by Liming. Plant Nutrition J.S. # 7448


Anderson, D. L. and Henderson, L. J. Sealed Chamber Digestion for Plant Nutrient Analyses:
Digestion Methodology Comparisons. 3 J.S. # 7959


Anderson, D. L.; Jones, D. B. and Snyder, G. H. Calcium Silicate Slag in a Rice-Sugarcane Rotation
on Everglades Histosols. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 7461

Andrews, K. L. Latin American Research on Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae). Florida
Entomologist J.S. # 8218

Asbury, A. C. and Hansen, P. J. Effects of Susceptibility to Endometritis and Stage of Cycle on
Phagocytic Activity of Uterine-Derived Neutrophils. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility
J.S. # 7510

Ashraf, M.; Vasil, V.; Vasil, I. and Ferl, R. Chromatin Structure at the 5' Promoter Region of the
Maize Adh2 Gene and its Role in Regulation. Molecular and General Genetics J.S. # 7630

Atkinsn, C. T. Episootiology of Haemoproteus meleagridis (Protozoa:Haemosporina) in Florida. I.
Potential Vectors and Prevalence in Naturally Infected Culicoides (Diptera:Ceratopogonidae).
Medical Entomology J.S. # 8120


Atkinson, C. T. and Forrester, D. J. Myopathy Associated with Megaloschizonts of Haemoproteus
meleagridis Levine, 1961 in a Wild Turkey from Florida. Journal of Wildlife Diseases J.S. 8 7569

Atkinson, C. T.; Forrester, D. J. and Greiner, E. C. Epizootiology of Haemoproteus meleagridis
(Protozoa: Haemosporina) in Florida. II. Seasonal Transmission and Vector Abundance. Medical
Entomology J.S. # 8169

Atkinson, T. H.; Foltz, J. L. and Connor, M. D. Bionomics of Pissodes nemorensis Germar
(Coleoptera:Curcculionidae) in North Florida. J.S. # 7908


Atkinson, T. H.; Folts, J. L. and Connor, M. D. Flight Patterns of Phloem- and Wood-Boring
Coleoptera in a North Florida Slash Pine Plantation. J.S. # 7909

Babb, E. M. Computer Assisted Instruction for Financial Management. So. Journal of Agricultural
Economics J.S. # 7966


Babb, E. N. and Long, B. F. The Role of Alternative Agricultural Enterprises in a Changing
Agricultural Economy. So. Journal of Agricultural Economics J.S. # 7967


Bachman, K. C.; Hayen, M. J.; Morse, D. and Wilcox, C. J. Effect of Pregnancy, Milk Yield, and
Somatic Cell Count on Bovine Milk Fat Hydrolysis. Dairy Science J.S. # 8174

Bachrein, S.; Prine, G. M. and Dunn, R. A. Nematode Population and Nematicides in Relation to
Yield of Several Pigeonea Lines. J.S. # 7934

Badinga, L.; Collier, R. J.; Thatcher, W. W.; Quintana, S. and Baser, F. W. Covalent Coupling of


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Bovine Growth Hormone to its Receptor in Bovine Liver Membranes. Molecular and Cellular
Endocrinology 3.S. # 7829

Badinqa, L.; Collier, R. J.; Thatcher, W. W.; Wilcox, C. J.; Head, H. H. and Baser, F. W. Binding
Kenetics and Ontogeny of Hepatic Bovine Growth Hormone Receptors in Cattle. Journal of Animal
Science J.S. # 7851


Bailey, N. O.; Campbell, K. L.; Bottcher, A. B. and Miller, L. W. A Lysimeter Facility for the
Evaluation of Management Practices. Applied Engineering in Agriculture J.S. # 7575


Baird, R. E. Chemical Constituents of the Stipitate Hydnums from the Southern Appalachian
Mountains. Mycotaxon J.S. # 7499

Baird, R. E. Influence of Severe Wildfires on Populations of Ectomycorrhizal Fungi in Northern
Florida. Forest Ecology and Management J.S. 7498


Baird, R. E. Notes on the Stipitate Hydnues I. A New Species of Phellodon. Nova Hedwigia
J.S. 7548


Baker, C. A. and Zettler, F. W. Viruses Infecting Wild and Cultivated Species of the
Commelinaceae. Phytopathology J.S. # 8150

Baldwin, E. A. and Biggs, R. H. Pectolyase Elicits Ethylene Production in Citrus Peel. Plant
Physiology J.S. # 7423


Baldwin, E. A. and Biggs, R. H. Products of Cell-Wall Degradation Elicit Ethylene in Citrus.
Plant Physiology J.S. # 7422


Baltensperger, D. D.; Prine, G. M. and Dunn, R. A. Arachis glabrata Interactions with Root-Knot
Nematodes. Peanut Science J.S. # 7481

Baltzell, J. K.; Baser, F. W.; Miguel, S. G. and Borum, P. R. The Neonatal Piglet as a Model for
Human Neonatal Carnitine Metabolism. Nutrition J.S. # 7415

Bardalaye, P. C. and Wheeler, W. 8. A Facile Gas Chromatographic Method for the Determination of
Residues of Bidrin in Pecan. Journal of Chromatography J.S. 0 7451

Barfield, C. S. and Ashley, T. R. Corn Ph*nology, Temperature and Fall Armyworm Biology. The
Florida. Entomologist J.S. # 7433

Barfield, C. S.; Waters, D. J. and Beck, H. W. Flight Device and Database Management System for
Quantifying Insect Flight and Oviposition. Environmental Entomology J.S. # 7974

Barrett, J. E.; Bartuska, C. A. and Nell, T. A. Efficacy of Ancymidol, Daminozide, Flurprimidol,
Paclobutrazol, and XE-1019 When Followed by Overhead Irrigation. HortScience J.S. # 7772


Barrett, J. E.; Peacock, M. E. and Nell, T. A. Height Control of Exacum and Chrysanthemum with
Paclobutrazol, XE-1019, Flurprimidol and 0411.. J.S. 7926

Barrett, J.E.; Davies, F. S.; Hochmuth, G. J. and Stephens. J. M. University of Florida
Horticulture Program. HortScience J.S. # 7705

Barton, L.; Bailey, L; Hillier, S. and Cerda, J. Effect of Dietary Fiber on Folate Bioavailability
in Human Subjects. Am. J. of Clinical NUtr. J.S. 7743














Bartz, J. A. Potential for Postharvest Disease in Tomato Fruit Infiltrated with Chlorinated Water.
Plant Disease J.S. # 8077


Bates, R. P. and Brokaw, C. H. Processing Alternatives for Tropical Exports. Food Technology
J.S. 8 8055

Baser, F. W.; Vallet, J. L.; Ashworth, C. J.; Anthony, R. V. and Roberts, R. M. The Role of Ovine
Conceptus Secretory Proteins in the Establishment of Pregnancy. J.S. # 7933

Beaulieu, L The Rural South in Crisis: New Challenges for Rural Development. Southern Rural
Sociology J.S. 8073


Beaulieu, L. J. and Luloff, J. A. Crime Reporting Patterns Among Neometropolitan Residents. J. of
the Community Development Society J.S. # 8096

Beck, C. and Forrester, D. J. Helminths of the Florida Manatee, Trichechus manatus latirostris,.
Journal of Parasitology J.S. # 8166

Beilock, R. and Freeman, J. The Effect of Removing Entry and Rate Controls on Motor Carrier Rate
Levels and Structures. Transport Economics and Policy J.S. # 8075


Bell, D. E.; Marion, J. E. and Harms, R. H. Influence of Monoprop in Controlling Mold Growth and
Improving Chick Performance when Fed High Moisture Corn. PSE J.S. # 7419

Bennett, F. D.; Glenn, H.: Yaseen, M. and Baranowski, R. Records of Trichospilus diatraeae, an
Asian Eulophid from the Caribbean and Florida. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 7634

Bennett, J. M.; Sinclair, T. R.; Muchow, R. C; and Costello, S. R. Dependence of Stomatal
Conductance on Leaf Water Potential, Turgor Potential and Relative Water Content in Field-Grown
Soybean and Maize. Crop Science J.S. 7674

Berg, R. H. and McDowell, L. An Unusual Host-Endophyte Interaction in Casuarina Actinorhizae.
Planta J.S. # 7623

Berish, C. W. and Ewel, J. J. Root Development in Simple and Complex Tropical Successional
Ecosystems. Plant and Soil J.S. 0 7488

Beverly, R. B. Production-Celery Response to Foliar Nutritional Sprays and Acidification of a
Histosol. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. J.S. # 7612


Bidlingmayer, W. L. and Evans, D. G. The Distribution of Adult Mosquitoes (Diptera:Culicidae
about a Flight Barrier. An. Mosquito Control Association J.S. # 7981

Blasques, C. H. and Edwards, G. J. Comparisons between Densitometric Measurements, Image Analysis
and Photointerpretation Readings of Aerial Color Infrared Photographs of Citrus Trees. Am. Soc.
Hort Science J.S. 7616

Blasques, C. H.; Esparza, F. B. and Muraro, R. P. Comparisons Between Hand Prepared and Computer
Processed Citrus Tree Surveys Using a Grid-Cell System with Aerial Color Infrared Photography.
HortScience 3.S. 7434

Blasques, C. H.; Nixon, P. R.; Richardson, A. J. and Escobar, D. Densitometric Measurements and
Image Analysis of Aerial Color Infrared Photographs. Journal of Imaging Technology J.S. # 7657


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Blooacamp, C. L.; Patterson, R. S. and Koehler, P. G. Cyronasine Resistance in the House Fly
(Diptera:Muscidae). Journal of Economic Entomology J.S. # 7655

Bohall-Wood, P. Abundance, Habitat Use, and Perch Use of Loggerhead Shrikes in North-Central
Florida. Wilson Bulletin J.S. # 7400

Boots, K. J.; Mislevy, P. and Martin, F. G. Soybean Response to Gibberellic Acid: II Time of
Application Relative to Emergence. Crop Science J.S. # 7726

Borovsky, D. Oostatic Hormone Inhibits Biosynthesis of Midgut Proteolytic Enzymes and Egg
Development in Mosquitoes. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology J.S. 8239

Borovsky, D.; Linley, J. R.; Kagan, J. Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds as Phototoxic Mosquito
Larvicides. Am. Mosq. Control Assoc. J.S. # 7808

Borum, P. R. Plasma Carnitine Compartment and Red Blod Cell Carnitine Compartment of Healthy
Adults. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition J.S. # 7492

Borum, P. R. Carnitine, Who Needs It?. Nutrition Today J.S. # 7585

Borum, P. R.; Baltzell, J. K. and Patera, A. The Effect of Human Milk on the Carnitine Status of
the Infant. Human Lactation: Effects of Human Milk on the Recipient Infants J.S. 7580

Boucias, D. G. and Latge, J. P. Non-Specific Induction of Germination of Conidiobolus obscurus and
Nomeraea rileyi with Host and Non Host Cuticle Extracts. J.S. # 7900

Boucias, 0. .; Maruniak, J. E. and Pendland, J. C Characterization of an Iridovirus Isolated
from the Mole Cricket Scapteriscus vicinus. J.S. # 7932

Bows, 4. and Beer, S. Physiological Plant Processes: Photosynthesis. Aquatic Plants for Water
Treatment and Resource Recovery J.. 7826

Boyes, C. J. and Vasil, I. K. In Vitro Selection for Tolerance to S-2-Amino-Ethyl-Cysteine and
Overproduction of Lysine by Embryogenic Calli and Regenerated Plants of Pennisetum americanum (L.)
K. Schum.. Plant Science J.S. # 8020

Brakke, M. P.; Gardner, F. P. and Prine, G. M. Growth and Carbohydrate Partitioning in Determinate
and Indeterminate Pigeonpea. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 7637

Braun, R. K.; Donovan, G. A.: Tran, T. Q.; Schearer, J. K.; Bliss, E. L.; Webb, D. W. and Harris,
B. Dairy Cow Body Condition Scoring. Veterinarian J.S. ) 7410

Brecht, J. K. Locular Gel Formation in Developing Tomato Fruit and the Initiation of Ethylene
Production. HortScience J.S. I 7859

Brecht, J. K.; Sherman, M. and Allen, J. J. Film-Wrapping to Improve the Postharvest Quality of
Florida Head Lettuce. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. I 7858

Breman, J. W. and Fletcher, J. H. Effect of-Mefluidide on Rye Forage Yield and Quality. Soil &
Crop Science Society J.S. 7880

Brenner, R. J.; Patterson, R. S. and Koehler, P. G. Ecology and Behavior of Blattella asahinai
(Orthoptera; Blattaria) with Observations on its Significance as a Pest. Entomological Society of
America J.S. 7996













Brewer, B. D. and Koterba, A. M. The Development of a Scoring System for the Early Diagnosis of
Equine Neonatal Septicemia. J.S. # 7887

Brewer, B. D.; Koterba, A. M.; Carter, R. and Rove, E. Comparison of an Empirically Developed
Sepsis Score with a Computer Generated and Weighted Scoring System for the Identification of Sepsis
in Equine Neonate. J.S. # 7888

Briceno, J. V.; Van Horn, H. H.; Harris, Jr., and Wilcox, C. J. Effects of Neutral Detergent
Fiber and Roughage Source on Dry Matter Intake and Milk Yield and Composition of Dairy Cows. J. of
Dairy Science J.S. # 7765

Brlansky, R. H.; Pelosi, R. S.; Garnsey, M.; Youtsey, C. O.; Lee, R. F.; Tokoai, R. and Sonoda, R.
Tristesa Quick Decline Epidemic in South Florida. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. ) 7815

Brolmann, J. B. The Tolerance of Stylosanthes to Flooding in South Florida. J.S. # 7931

Broschat, T. K. and Donselman, H. Evaluation of Various Extractants for Use in Determining
Available Ca, Mg, Fe, M, ra, an Cu in a Soilless Container Medium. Plant and Soil J.S. # 8088

Brown, N. G. The Demand for Fruit Juices: Market Participation and Quantity Demanded. Western
Journal of Agricultural Economics J.S. 4 7761

Brown, B. J. and Euel, J. J. Responses of a Species Rich Tropical Plant Community and a
Monoculture to Defoliation. Oecologia J.S. ) 7486

Brown, G. E. Diplodia Stem-end Rot, A Decay of Citrus Fruit Incrased by Ethylene Degrening
Treatment and its Control. Fla. State. Hort. Soc. J.S. ) 7625

Brown, M. P.; Gronwall, R. and Houston, A. E. Pharmacokinetics and Body Fluid and Endometrial
Concentrations opf Oramtroprim-Sulfadinethoxine in Mares. Am. Journal of Veterinary Research
J.S. 5 8154

Browa, M. P.; Gronwall, R. and Houston, A. E. Pharmacokinetics and Body Fluid and Endometrial
Concentrations of Trimatroprim-Sulfamethoxazle in Mares. American Journal of Veterinary Research
J.S. # 8081

Brown, M. P.; McCartney, J. H.; Gronwall, R. and Houston, A. E. Serum Concentrations and
Pharmacokinetics of Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole in Two-Day-Old Foals After a Single IV Injection.
Am. Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. # 8171

Brown, W. F. and Kalabacher, R. S. Variation in Forage Component Composition and In Vitro
Disappearance of Creepig Bluestom. Crop Science J.S. # 8187

Brown, W. F.; Phillips, J. D. and Jones, D A. Amoniation or Cane Molasses Supplementation of Low
Quality Forages. Journal of Animal Science J.S. 7421

Brown, W. F.; Piacitelli, C. K. and Mislevy, P. Near Infrared Reflectance Spectros-opy Analysis of
Total Nonstructural Carbohydrates in Stem Bases and Roots of Tropical Grasses. Crop Science
J.S. 6 7426

Brugger, K. E. Red-Tailed Hawk Dies with Coral Snake in Talons. Evolution J.S. 4 8155

Bruno, N. A.; Gregory, R. W. and Schramm, Jr., H. L. Nest Site Selection by Florida Largemouth
Bass, Micropterus salmoides floridanus in Orange Lake, Florida. J.S. 6 7936


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Bryan, H. H. and Shaw, L. N. Mechanical Seeding through Plastic Mulch. Internat. Soc. Hort.
Science J.S. # 8062


Bryant, M. S.; Sinclair, K. G. A.; Copeland, E. M.; Ellis, L. M.; Baumgartner, T. G. and Sitren, H.
S. Absorption of a Parenteral Diet from the Peritoneal Cavity. Current Surgery J.S. # 7970


Bryant, M. S.; Sinclair, K. G. A.; Copeland, S. M.; Baumgartner, T. G. and Sitren, H. S. Acute
Peritoneal Absorption of a Parenteral Nutrient Admixture. Surgery J.S. # 8132


Bryant,M. S.; Copeland, III, E. M.; Sinclair, K. G. A.; Mahaffey, S. M.: Bauagartner, T. G. and
Sitren, H. S. Causative Factors for Decreased Pulmonary Metastasis in Parenterally Fed Mice. J.
Sutfical Research J.S. # 7819


Buschman, L. L. Life Cycle and Photoperiodic Control of Development in the Firefly Pyractomena
Lucifera. Entomological Society of America J.S. # 7545


Busey, P. and Center, B. J. Southern Chinch Bug (Heteroptera:Lygaeidae) Ovecomes Resistance in St.
Augustinegrass. Economic Entomology J.S. # 7397


Byrd, D. A.; Peyton, L. C.; Gaskin, J. M. The Effect of Soft Laser Beam Therapy on the Viability
of Two Bacterial Cultures. Veterinary Microbiology J.S. # 8084


Calhoun, D. S. and Prine, G. M. Elephantgrass Growth in a Warm Temperate Environment.
J.S. # 7891


Calhoun, D. S.; Funderburk, J. E., and Tear*, I. D. Soybean Seed Crude Protein and Oil Levels in
Relation to Weight, Developmental Time, and Survival of Southern Green Stink Bug
(Hemiptera:Pentatomidae). Environmental Entomology J.S. # 8212


Campbell, C. W. New Tropical Fruit Crops in Florida A Rapidly Changing Situation. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7670


Campbell-Thompson, M. L. and Merritt, A. M. Ranitidine Inhibition of Gastric Acid Secretion in-the
Young Horse. American Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. # 7576


Cantliffe, D. J.; Liu, J. R. and Schultheis, J. R. Development of Artifiical Seeds of Sweet Potato
for Clonal Propagation through Somatic Embryogenesis. Methane from Biomass-A Systematic Approach
J.S. 7579

Capece, J. C.; Campbell, K. L.; Baldwin, L. B. and Konyha, K. D. Estimating Runoff Volumes from
Flat, High-Water-Table Watersheds. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers J.S. t 7767

Carpenter, W. J. Seed Germination of Serenoa repens. Fla. State Hart. Soc. J.S. 7 7643


Carpenter, W. J. Temperature and Imbibition Affects on Seed Germination of Sabal palmetto and
Serenoa repens. HortScience J.S. # 7667


Carpent*e, W. J. Temperature's Effect on Seed Germination of Four Florida Palm Species.
HortScience J.S. # 8028


Castle, W. S.; Youtsey, C. 0. and Hutchison, D. J. Rangpur Lime x Troyer Citrange, a Hybrid Citrus
Rootstock for Closely Spaced Trees. Fla. State Hart. Soc. J.S. # 7792


Castner, J. L. Protection of a Mole Cickett (Orthoptera: Gryllotalpidae: Scapteriscus) by the


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Parasitoid Larra bicolor (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae). Florida Entomologist J.S. # 7478


Castner, J. L. Flower Usage by Larra bicolor. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 8196


Castner, J. L.; Fouler, H. G. Diel Patterns of Larra bicolor (Hymenoptera:Sphecidae) in Puerto
Rico. J.S. # 7892


Castner, J. L.; Reinert, J. A. and Sailer, R. I. Introduction and Establishment of the Mole
Cricket Parasitoid Larra bicolor (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae) in Florida. J. of Economic Entomology
J.S. 7628

Chang, C.-A.; Hiebert, E. and Purcifull, D. E. Genome Mapping of Bean Yellow Mosaic Potyvirus RNA
by In Vitro Translations in the Rabbit Reticulocyte Lysate and Wheat Germ Systems. Virology
J.S. 7868

Chang, C.-A.; Riebert, E. and Purcifull, D. E. The 49K-Nuclear-Inclusion-Related Protein of Bean
Yellow Mosaic Poytvirus as a Virus-Specified Protease. General Virology J.S.# 8040

Chang, C.-A.; Hiebert, E. and Purcifull, D. E. Purification, Characterization and Immunological
Analysis of Nuclear Inclusions Induced by Bean Yellow Mosaic and Clover Yellow Vein Potyviruses.
Phytopathology J.S. # 7867

Chaparro, J. and Sherman, W. B. Pollen Source Effects Upon Embryo Size in Peach. HortScience
J.S. # 8112

Chaparro, J. X.; Durham, R. E.; Moore, G. A. and Sherman, W. B. Utilization of Isozyme Techniques
to Identify Peach X 'Nonpareil' Almond Hybrids. HortScience J.S. # 7472

Chaparro, J.; Sherman, W. B. and Moore, G. A. Effect of GA3 and BA on Germination of Unstratified
and Stratified Peach Seed. HortScience J.S. # 8145



Charudattan, R. Impact of Pathogens on Aquatic Plants Used in Water Treatment and Resource
Recovery Systems. J.S. # 7912

Chase, A. R. Susceptibiility of Calathea Species and Cultivars to Bipolaris setariae.
Environmental Horticulture J.S. 0 7598

Chase, A. R. Effect of Fertilizer Rate on Growth of Ficus Lyrata and Susceptibility to Pseudomonas
cichorii HortScience J.S. # 7780


Chase, A. R. Fixus Lyrata 'Compacta' Leaf and Petiole Rot Caused by Pseudomonas Cichorii. Plant
Pathology J.S. # 7565

Chase, A. R. and Jones, J. B. Leaf Spot and Blight of Strelitzia reginae (Bird-of-Paradise) Caused
by Xanthomonas campestris. J.S. # 7899

Chase, A. R. and Poole, R. T. Role of Potting Medium pH in Severity of Cylindrocladium Root and
Petiole Rot of Spathiphyllum. Plant Disease J.S. 7529


Chase, A. R. and Poole, R. T. Effects of Fertilizer Rate on Severity of Xanthomonas Leaf Spot of
Schefflera and Dwarf Schefflera. Plant Disease J.S. 7525

Chase, A. R.; Randhawa, P. S. and Lawson, R. H. A New Disease of Syngonium Podophyllum 'White


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Butterfly' Caused by a Pathovar of Xanthomonas campestria. J.S. # 7928


Chaudhry, G. R. and Huang, G. H. Isolation of a New (2,4-Dichlorophenoxy) Acetic Acid-Degradative
Plasmid from a Flavobacterium sp.. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 7998

Chen, C. S. Bound Water and Freezing Point Depression of Concentrated Orange Juices. Journal of
Food Science J.S. # 8089

Chen, C. S. Calculation of Water Activity and Activity Coefficient of Sugar Solutions and Some
Liquid Foods. Lebsnsr-Wiss. U. Technol. J.S. # 7543


Chen, C. S. Sorption Isotherm and Freezing Point Depression Equationns of Glycerol Solutions.
Trans. of Am. Soc. of Agr. Engineers J.S. # 7527

Chen, C. S. Thermodynamic Theory of Unfreezable Water in Aqueous Solutions. Science J.S. # 8142

Chen, C. S. and Carter, R. D. Temperature Changes in Citrus Fruit at Sub-Freezing Temperatures.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7876


Chen, C. S. and Nagy, S. Prediction and Correlation of Freezing Point Depression of aqueous
Solutions. J.S. # 7955

Childers, C. C.; Duncan, L. W.; Wheaton, T. A. and Tinner, L. W. Arthropod and Nematode Control
with Aldicarb on Florida Citrus. Economic Entomology J.S. # 8026

Christiansen, S.; Ruelke, 0. C.; Ocumpaugh, W. R.; Quesenberry, K. H. and Moore, J. E. Seasonal
Yield and Quality for Bigalta, Redalta and Floralta Limpograss. Tropical Agriculture J.S. # 7501

Clough, K. S.; Deausk, T. A. and Reddy, K. R. Model Water Hyacinth and Pennywort Systems for the
Secondary Treatment of Domestic Wastewater. Aquatic Plants J.S. # 7709

Cock, J. M.; Roof, L L.; Bascomb, N. F.; Schmidt, R. R. Restriction Enzyme Analysis of High
Molecular Weight DNA Isolated from Chlorella sorokiniana Cells. Plant Physiology J.S. # 8164

Coffey, M. T.; Yates, J. A. and Combs, G. E. Effects of Feeding Sows Fat or Fructose During Late
Gestation and Lactation. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 7474

Cohen, M. D.; Sen, A. C. and Wei, C. 1. Vanadium Inhibition of Yeast Glucose-6-Phosphate
Dehydrogenase. Biological Chemistry J.S. # 7701


Cohen, M. D.; Sen, A. C. and Wei, C. I. Ammonium Metavanadate Complexation with Glutathione
Disulfide: A Contribution to the Inhibitio of Glutathione Reductase. Inorganica Chimica Acta
J.S. # 8131

Colahan, P.; Piotrowski, G. and Poulos, P. Instant Center of Rotation Analysis of the
Metacarpophalangeal Joint. Am. Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. # 8012

Colle, D. E.; Shireman, J. V. and Haller, W. T. Distribution of Florida Largemouth Bass and Grass
Carp in a Lake Receiving Partial Chemical Control of Hydrilla. North Am. Journal of Fisheries
Management J.S. 7441

Comerford, N. B.; Mollitor, A. V. and Mefee, W. Late Season Changes in Fascicle Nutrient Content,
Weight, and Phosphorus Uptake by Slash Pine. Soil Science Soc. of Am. J.S. # 7435


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Conover, C. A. and Poole, R. T. Effects of N Source and Potting Media on Growth of Foliage Plants.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7685

Conrow, R.: Gregory, R. W. and Zale, A. V. Habitat Selection and Seasonal Succession of Early Life
Stages of Fishes of Orange Lake, Florida. J.S. # 7938


Conway, T.; Byun, M. 0. and Ingram L. 0. Expression Vector for Zymomonas mobilis Applied and
Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 7409

Conway, T.; Osman, Y. A. and Ingram, L. 0. Gene Expression in Zymomonas Mobilis: Promoter
Structure and Identification of Membrane Anchor Sequence Forming Functional LAC Z' Fusion Proteins.'
J.S. # 7494


Conway, T.; Osman, Y. A.; Konnan, J. I.; Hoffman, E. M. and Ingram, L.O. Pyruvate Decarboxylase
from Zomomonas mobilis: Promoter Structure and Nucleotide Sequence. Journal of Bacteriology
J.S. # 7596


Conway, T.; Sewell, G. W. and Ingram, L. O. Glyceraldehyde-3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase from
Symomonas mobilis: Cloning, Sequencing and Identification of Promoter Region. Journal of
Bacteriology J.S. # 8179

Conway, T.; Sewell, G. W.; Osman, Y. A. and Ingram, L. 0. Cloning and Sequencing of the Alcohol
Dehydrogenase II Gene from Zymomonas mobilis. Jounal of Bacteriology J.S. # 7852


Cornell, J. A. Analysing Data from Mixture Experiments with Process Variables: A Split-Plot
Approach. Journal of Quality Technology J.S. # 8221

Courtney, C. H.; Shearer, J. K.; Zeng, Q. Y. and Arther, R. G. Efficacy of Febantel Against
Experimentally Induced Lungworms and Naturally Acquired Gastrointestinal Nematodes of Cattle. Am.
Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. # 8170

Crandall, P. G.; Swell, W. and Waters, R. D. Centrifuges, Current and Future Applications for
Citrus Processing. Proc. 26th Annual Short Course for the Food Industry J.S. # 7700

Crandall, P. G.; Upadhyaya, J. K.; Chen, C. S. and Davis, K. C. Design and Evaluation of a
Portable Pasteurizing System for Small-Scale Fruit Juice. Food Technologist J.S. # 7544

Crane, J. H. and Davies, F. S. Hydraulic Conductivity, Root Electrolyte Leakage, and Stomatal
Conductance of Flooded and Unflooded Rabbiteye Blueberry Plants. HortScience J.S. # 8064

Crane, J. H. and Davies, F. S. Flooding Duration and Seasonal Effects on Growth and Development of
Young Rabbiteye Blueberry Plants. J.S. # 7963


Crill, J. P.; Thomas, P.; Bryan, H. H.; and Hawkins, W. Hybrid Vigor in the Florida Fresh Market
Tomato 'Independence. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. 7776

Cromroy, H. L.; Settler, F. W.; Carpenter, W. R. and Elliott, M. S. A New Eriophyoid Pest On
Waxnyrtle (Acari: Eriophyidae). Florida Entomologist J.S. # 7785

Csizinszky, A. A. Nutrition of Cole Crops with the Full-Bed Polyethylene Mulch System in
West-Central Florida. Proc. of 10th Internat. Plant Nutrition J.S. # 7512


Csizinsaky, A. A. Response of Tomatoes to Foliar Biostimulant Sprays. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J.S. # 7856


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Csizinszky, A. A. and Maynard, D. N. Supplemental Fertilization of Cucurbits Growing in Full-Bed
Polyethylene Mulch Culture. Int'l. Colloquium Plant Nutrition J.S. # 7443


Csizinxzky, A. A. and Schuster, D. J. Impact of Insecticide Schedule, N + K Rates and Transplant
Container Size on Cauliflower. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. J.S. # 7607


Cu, J.; Vu, V.; Allen, L. H. and Bowes, G. Water Stress and Elevated Co2 Effects on Soybean
Ribulose Bisphosphate Activity and Photosynthetic Rates. Plant Physiology


J.S. # 7407


D'Angelo, E. M. and Reddy, K. R. Effect of Three Growth Regulators on Growth and Nutrient Uptake
of Eichhornia Crassipes (Mart) Solas. Aquatic Plants J.S. # 7715


Damron, B. L. and Kelly, L. S. Precipitated Bone Phosphate in Broiler Chick Diets. Poultry
Science J.S. # 8078

Damron, B. L.; Christmas, R. B. and Untawale, G. G. Lasalocid Efficacy for White Leghorn and
Broiler Breeder Replacements. Poultry Science J.S. # 7653

Danyluk, G. M. and Maruniak, J. F. In Vivo and In Vitro. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology
J.S. # 7788

Dashiell, K. E. and Gorbet, D. W. Genetic Analysis of a Non-Nodulating Peanut. I. Inheritance of
Non-Modulation. Crop Science J.S. # 8009

Datta, A. K. and Teixeira, A. A. Numerical Modeling of Natural Convection Heating in Canned Liquid
Foods. Trans. of the Am. Soc. of Agr. Engineers J.S. # 7517


Davidson, J. M. and Rao, P. S. C. Use of Models for Solving Groundwater Problems.


J.s. # 7945


Davies, F. S.; Jackson, L. K. and Rippetoe, L. W. Citrus Trunk and Soil Temperature Variations in
Soil Banks During Freeze Conditions. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7688


Davis, M. J. and Harrison, N. A. Distribution of Clavibacter xyli subsp. xli in Stalks of
Sugarcane Cultivars Varying in Resistance to Ratoon Stunting Disease. J.S. # 7921

Davis, M. J. and Harrison, N. A. Infectivity Titration Assay for the Examination of Factors
Governing Infection of Sugar Cane by Clavibacter xyli subsp. xyli which Causes Ratoon Stunting
Disease. Sugar Journal J.S. # 8051

Davis, M. J.; Dean, J. L. and Harrison, N. A. Quantitative Variability of Clavibacter xyli subsp.
xyli Populations in Sugarcane Cultivars Varying in Resistance to Ratoon Stunting Disease.
Phytopathology J.S. # 7759

Dawson, P. L.; Janky, D. M.; Dukes, M. G.; Thompson, L. D. and Woodward, S. A. Effect of
Postmortem Boning Time During Simulated Commercial Processing on the Tenderness of Broiler Breast
Meat. Poultry Science J.S. # 7578

Day, J. F. and Edman, J. D. Host Location, Blood Feeding and Oviposition Behavior of Culex
nigripalpus (Diptera: Culicidae): Thier Influence on St. Louis Encephalitis Virus Transmission in
Southern Florida. Ento. Soc. Am. J.S. # 7594


Day, J. F. and Edman, J. D. Blood Feeding Behavior of Culex nigripalpus (Diptera:Culicidae) at
Different Field Sites in Indian River County, Florida. Ent. Soc. Am. J.S. # 8158


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Day, L. D.; Collins, M. E. and Washer, N. E. Landscape Position and Particle-Size Effects on Soil
Phosphorus Distributions. J.S. # 7907

Day, L. D.; Sylvia, D. M. and Collins, M. E. Interactions Among Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizae,
Soil, and Landscape Position. Soil Science Society of America Journal J.S. # 7591


DeBusk, T. A. and Reddy, K. R. Wastewater Treatment Using Floating Aquatic Macrophytes:
Management Strategies. Aquatic Plants J.S. # 7714


Defusk, W. F. and Reddy, K. R. Removal of Floodwater Nitrogen in a Cypress Swamp Receiving Primary
Wastewater Effluent. Hydrobiologia J.S. # 7712

DeBusk, W. F. and Reddy, K. R. Density Requirements to Maximize the Productivity of Water Hyacinth
(Eichhornia Crassipes (Mart) Solas). Aquatic Plants J.S. # 7710


Dehgan, B. Comparative Morphology of Fatsia japonica, Hedera helix, and their Hybrid X Fatshedera
lizei. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. J.S. # 7798


Dehgan, B. and Johnson, C. R. Root Initiation of Zaaia floridana L Anatomy and Generation of
Secondary Roots. American Soc. Hort. Science J.S. # 7587

Deren, C. W. and Quesenberry, K. H. Glabrous Stem: A Seedling Marker Gene in Aeschynomene
americana. Tropical Grasslands J.S. # 7973


Derrick, K. S.; Brlansky, R. H.; Lee, R. F.; Timmer, L. W. and Nguyen, T. K. Partial
Characterization of Citrus Ringspot Virus. Phytopathology J.S. # 7771


Deshmakh, S. N.; Nigg, H. N.; Stamper, J. H.; Bryan, C. R. and Toth, J. P. Rapid Estimation of
Dicofol Metabolites in Human Urine. Bull. of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology
J.S. # 8072

DeWald, S. G. and Moore, G. A. Somaclonal Variation as a Tool for the Improvement of Perennial
Fruit Crops. Fruit Varieties Journal J.S. # 7794

Dickson, D. W. and Hewlett, T. E. Influence of Rates and Formulations of Two Nonfumigant
Nematicides on Corn Growth in Two Adjacent Fields with Different Populations of Nematodes. Annals
of Applied Nematology J.S. # 8086


Dickson, D. W. and McSorley, R. Standardization of Nematicide Rates. Annals of Applied Nematology
J.S. # 8068

Dickson, D. W. and Meredith, J. A. Perspectives on Nematology Teaching. Vistas on Nematology
J.S. # 7865


Dombek, K. N. and Ingram, L. 0. Ethanol Production During Batch Fermentation with Saccharomyces
Cerevisiae: Changes in Glycolytic Enzymes and Internal pH. Applied and Environmental Microbiology
J.S. # 7840

Donselman, H. and Brochat, T. K. Phytotoxicity of Several Pre- and Postemergent Herbicides on
Container Grown Palms. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. t 7811


Dubois, W. and Fields, M. J. Isolation of Relaxin-Like Peptides from Porcine Ovaries by
Iaunoafftinity. Peptides J.S. # 7444


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Dubois, W.; Brackett, K. H. and Fields, M. J. Zn vitro Synthesis of Four Relaxin-Like Peptides by
the Corpus Luteum of the Cycle. Biology of Reproduction J.S. # 8056


Dubois, W.; Fields, P. A.; Chang, S.-M. T.; Brackett, K. H. and Fields, M. J. Relaxin-Like Acidic
Peptides in Porcine Ovaries. Endocrinology J.S. # 7530

Dudeck, A. E. and Wetherington, J. A. Turfseed: A Microcomputer-Based Key to Identify Turfgrass
Seed. J. of Applied Agriculture J.S. # 8111

Duncan, L. W. and McSorley, R. T. Modeling Nematode Populations. Vistas on Nematology
J.S. # 7638


Dunkle, S. W. Phyllocycla Basidenta and P. Uniform, New Dragon Flies from Bolivia and Peru.
Odonatologica J.S. # 7550

Dunn, R. A. Perspectives on Extension Nematology. J. Nematology J.S. # 7708

Durham, R. E.; Moore, G. A. and Sherman, W. B. Isozyme Banding Patterns and their Usefulness as
Genetic Markers in Peach. Am. Soc. Short. Sci. J.S. # 7842

Dweikat, I. M. and Kostewics, S. R. Row Arrangement, Plant Spacing, Nitrogen Rate, and Plant
Population Density Effects on Zucchini Squash Yield. Am. Soc. Hort. Science J.S. # 8233

Echevarria, M. G.; Henry, P. R.; Amerman, C. B.; Rao, P. V. and Miles, R. D. Bioavailability of
Inorganic Selenium Sources for Poultry. 11. Tissue Uptake of Selenium from High Dietary Selenium
Concentrations. Poultry Science J.S. 8215

Echevarria, M. G.; Henry, P. R.; Ammrman, C. B.; Rao, P. V. and Miles, R. D. Bioavailability of
Inorganic Selenium Sources for Poultry. I. ,Effect of Time and High Dietary Selenium on Tissue
Selenium Uptake. Poultry Science J.S. 8214

Echevarria, M. G.; Reyes, C.; Clavo, N.; Rodriguez, J.; Valdivia, R.; McDowell, L. R. and Henry, P.
H. Phosphorus Supplementation of Nellore Steers Fed Yaragua/Stylo Mixture in the Peruvian Tropics.
Tropical Animal Health and Production J.S. t 7450

Echeveria, E. Preparation and Characterization of Protoplasts from Citrus Juice Vesicles. Am.
Soc. for Hort. Science J.S. # 7463

Echeverria, E. and Valich, J. Carbohydrate and Enzyme Distribution in Protoplasts from Valencia
Orange Juice Sacs. J.S. # 7902

Edwards, T. C. Standard Rate of Metabolism in the Barn Owl (to alba). Wilson Bulletin
J.S. # 8128

Edwards, T. C. and Collopy, M. W. Nest-Tree Preference of Ospreys in North-Central Florida.
Wildlife Management J.S. 0 8126

Elbella, M. and Cantliffe, D. 3 Effect of Growth Regulators on Flowering, Number of Umbels, Seed
Yield and Seed Quality of Carrot (Daucus Carrota). Internat. Soc. Hort. Science J.S. # 8057

Elkashif, M. E. and huber, D. J. Electrolyte Leakage, Firmness, and Scanning Electron Microscopic
Studies of Watermelon Fruit Treated with Ethylene. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. J.S. # 8151

Elliott, C. L. and Snyder, G. H. A Field Test for Identifying Low-Fe Histosols Associated with


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Rice Seedling Chlorosis. Florida Soil & Crop Science Society


Elliott, M. S. and Zettler, F. W. Cassava Common Mosaic Virus Infections of Chaya (Cnidoscolus
aconitifolius in Yucatan, Mexico. Plant Disease J.S. 7495

Ellis, L. n.; Bryant, M. S.; Copeland, E. M.; Bland, K. I.; Baumgartner, T. G.; Kao, K. J. and
Sitren, H. S. Immediate Postoperative Enteral vs. Total Parenteral Nutrition Following Partial
Hepatectomy: Effects on Hepatic Regeneration and Function. Current Surgery J.S. # 7969

Engelhard, A. W. Erwinia: A Pathogen of Herbaceous Ornamentals. Soc. Am. Florists Grow Show 87
J.S. 9 8147


English, J. T. and Mitchell, D. J. Use of Morphometric Analysis for Characterisation of Tobacco
Root Growth in Relation to Infection by Phytophthora Parasitica var. Nicotianae. Phytopatholoqy
J.S. 8106



English, J. T. and Mitchell, D. J. Relationships Between the Development of Root Systems of
Tobacco and Infection by Phytophthora parasitica var. nicotianae. Phytopathology J.S. i 8108

English, J. T. and Mitchell, D. J. Development of Microbial Communities Associated with Tobacco
Root Systems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry J.S. 8109

English, J. T. and Mitchell, D. Influence of an Introduced Composite of Microbial Antagonists
on Infection of Tobacco by Phytophthora parasitica var. nicotianae. Phytopathology J.S. f 8107

Brdos, G. W. Simplified Flat Ebedding with Lowicryl K4M and LR White. Electron Microscopy
Technique J.S. 7475

Ewel, K. C. and Parendes-Wickenheiser, L. A. The Effect of Swamp Size on Growth Rates of Cypress
Trees (Taxodium distichum). Forest Ecology and Management J.S. i 7599

Ewel, K. C.; Cropper, W. P. and Gholz, H. L. Soil C02 Evolution in Florida Slash Pine Planations
II. Importance of Root Respiration. Canadian Journ. of Forest Research J.S. 9 7839

Fairchild, G. F. and Brown, M. 0. Economic Factors Affecting Florida Fresh Citrus. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7882

Ferguson, J. J.; Avigne, W. T.; Allen, L. H. and Koch, K. E. Growth of CO2 -Enriched Sour Orange
Seedlings Treated with Gibberellins/Cytokinins. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. i 7669

Ferl, R. and Nick .In Vivo Detection of Regulatory Factor Binding Sites in the 5' Flanking
Region of Maize Adhl. Biological Chemistry J.S. # 8092

Ferrer, 0. J. and Matthews, R. F. Frontal Analysis Displacement Adsorption Chromatography of
Terpene Reduced Orange Oil. Journal of Food Science J.S. t 7455

Fethiere, R. and Miles, R. D. Intestinal Tract Weight of Chicks Fed an Antibiotic and Probiotic.
Nutrition Reports International J.S,. 8204

Fiebig, W. W.; French, B. T. and French, E. C. Minimal Draft Subsoiling for Crop Growth
Enhancement. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. 8173

Fields, N. J.; Dubois, W.; Ball, 8. A.; Drost, M. and Fields, P. A. The Effect of Prostaglandin


J.S. # 8168











F2a on Mitochondrial Electron Dense Inclusions and Secretory Granules of the Bovine Luteal Cell
During Late Pregnancy. J.S. # 7885


Fields, M. J.; Dubois, W.; Brackett, K. H.; Faulkner, R. F.; Ball, B. A.; Martin, J. M.; Drost, M.
and Fields, P. A. Two Populations of Dense Membrane Bound Granules in Corpora Lutea of Pregnant
Cows: The Effect of Prostaglandin F2a on their Cellular Migration and Exocytosis. J.S. # 7884


Fields, P. A.; Dubois, W.; Shalash, M. R. and Fields, J. M. Oxytocin-Neurophysin in the Large
Luteal Cell of the Nonpregnant Water Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis): Immunocytochemical Localization.
Biology of Reproduction J.S. # 7485


Fisher, M. M. and Reddy, K. R. Water Hyacinth (Eichhonia Crasipes (Mart) Solms) for Improving
Eutrophic Lake Water: Water Quality and Mass Balance. Aquatic Plants J.S. # 7711


Fisher-Meerow, L. L. and Judd, W. S. A Floristic Study of Five Sites Along an Elevational Transect
in the Sierra de Baoruco, Prov. Pedernales, Dominican Republic. Moscosoa J.S. # 7549

Fitzpatrick, G. Sludge Processing Techniques and Their Effects on Compost Quality. BioCycle, the
Journal of Waste Recycling J.S. # 7511


Fitzpatrick, G.; Griffith, L. and Maus, W. L. Evaluation of Antitranspirants for Cold Protection
in the Nursery. J.S. # 7927


Flaig, E. G; Mansell, R. S. and Yuan, T. L. Phosphate Retention in a Deep Sand Irrigated with
Secondary Municipal Wastewater. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 8070


Fluck, R. C. and Busey, P. Energy for Mowing Turfgrass. Transactions of the ASAE J.S. # 7489


Flunker, L. K.; Damron, B. L. and Sundlor, S. F. Jimsonweed Seed Contamination of Broiler Chick
and White Leghorn Hen Diets. Poultry Science J.S. # 7519


Fontes, E. M. G.; Habeck, D. H. and Slansky, Jr., F. Arthropod Community Structure of Goldenrods
(Solidago spp.) in Gainesville, Florida. Annal. Entomologist Soc. Am. J.S. # 7861

Fooshee, W. C. and Henny, R. J. BA-Induced Basal Shoot Production in Spathiphyllum 'Viscount'
Affected by Plant Age. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7716

Forrest, T. G. Insect Size Tacticcs and Developmental Strategies. Oecologia J.S. # 7416


Forrest, T. G. Sinistrality in the Southern and Tawny Mole Crickets (Gryllotalpidae:
Scapteriscus). Florida Entomologist J.S. # 7522


Forrester, D. J. Conti, J. A. and Bell, J. U. Lead Poisoning and Parasitism of Non-Migratory
Canada Geese in Florida. Florida Field Naturalist J.S. # 8054

Forrester, D. J.; Pence, D. B.; Bush, A. 0.; Lee, D. M. and Holler, N. R. Ecological Analysis of
the Helminths of Round-Tailed Muskrats (Neofiber alleni true) in Southern Florida with a Descrition
of Filicapitis laynei sp. n. (Nemato la;Trichostrongyloidea). Canadian Journal of Zoology
J.S. # 8087

Forrester, D.J.; Nayar, J. K. and Young, M. D. Natural Infection of Plasmodium hermani in the
Northern Bobwhite Colinus virginianus, in Florida. J. of Parasitology J.S. # 7740


Foster, R. E. and cherry, R. H. Survival of Fall Armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda,


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(Lepidoptera:Noctuidae) Exposed to Cold Temperatures. Florida Entomologist


Foster, W. J.; Ingram, D. L. and Nell, T. A. Photosynthesis, Root Respiration and Carbohydrate
Levels in Ilex crenata 'Rotundafolia' in Response to Supraoptimal Root-Zone Temperatures. Am.
Society for Hort. Science J.S. # 8004


Fowler, H. G. Suitability of Scapteriscus Mole Crickets (Ort.:Gryllotalpidae) as Hosts of
Euphasiopteryx depleta (Dip.:Tachinidae). Entomophaga J.S. # 7986


Fowler, H. G. Predatory Behavior of Megacephala fulgida (Coleoptera:Cicindelidae). Coleopterists'
Bulletin J.S. # 7987


Fowler, H. G. Field Behavior of Euphasiopteryx depleta (Diptera:Tachinidae): Phonotactically
Orienting Parasitoids of Mole Crickets (Orthoptera:Gryllotalpidae). New York Entomological Society
J.S. # 7983


Fowler, H. G. Direct Field Confirmation of the Phonotaxis of Euphasiopteryx depleta
(Diptera:Tachinidae) to Calling Males of Scapteruscys vicinus (Orthoptera:Gryllotalpidae). Florida
Entomologist J.S. # 8045


Fowler, H. G. and Mesa, A. Alternate Orthopteran Hosts (Anurogryllus sp.) of Euphasiopteryx
deplete (Dipetra; Tachinidae). Florida Entomologist


J.S. # 8035


Fowler, H. G. and Ortega, V. R. Flight Activity of Neocurtilla hexadactyla (Perty) (Orthoptera:
Gryllotalpidae): Asynchorouis Mobile Populations. New York Entomological Society J.S. # 7985


Franco, 0. J.; Drost, M.; Thatcher, M. J.; Shille, V. M. and Thatcher, W. W. Fetal Survival in the
Cow After Pregnancy Diagnosis by Palpation Per Rectum. Theriogenology J.S. # 7992


Frank, J. H. Mole Crickets. Biocontrol


Frank, J. H. and Lounibos, L. P. Phytotelmata: Swamps or Islands?. Florida Entomologist


J.S. # 7834



J.S. # 7817


Frank, J. H.; Woodruff, R. E. and Nunez, C. A. Scapteriscus didactylus (Orthoptera:Gryllotalpidae)
in the Dominican Republic. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 8139


Franks, R. R.; Ingam, L. D. and Davis. F. C. Transcriptional and Translational Regulation of an H1
Histone Variant Synthesized During Urechis caupo Embryogenesis. Developmental Biology J.S. # 7597


Funderburk, J. E.; Gilreath, M. E.; Gorbet, D. W. and Herzog, D. C. Lesser Cornstalk Borer Control
in Peanuts in North Florida, 1985. Insecticide & Acaracide Test Results J.S. # 7807


Funderburk, J. E. and Mack, T. P. Abundance and Dispersion Patterns of Geocoris spp.
(Hemiptera:Lygaeidae). Florida Entomologist


J.S. # 8242


Funderburk, J. E.; Sprenkle, R. K.; Gilraeth, M. E.; Gorbet, D. W. and Herzog, D. C. Lesser
Cornstalk Borer Control in Sorghum in North Florida, 1985. Insecticide & Acaracide Test Results
J.S. # 7805


Gadabu, A. D.; McSorley, R. and Waddill, V. H. The Effect of Root-Knot Nematodes and Defoliation
on Snap Beans. Tropical Pest Management J.S. # 7418


Gallaher, R. N. and Ferrer, M. B. Effect of No-Tillage vs. Conventional Tillage on Soil Organic


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J.S. # 8230










Matter and Nitrogen. Comm. in Soil Science and Plant Analysis J.S. # 7989


Gardner, C. S. and Prine, G. M. Phytomass Yield of Elephantgrass as Affected by Fertilizer
Nitrogen and Cool-Season Legume Intercrop. Soil & Crop Science Soc. J.S. # 8037


Gardner, F. P.; Selamat, A. and Mansell, R. S. Soil Penetrometer Resistance and Peanut Responses
to Tractor-Wheel Compaction in Sandy Soil. Soil & Crop Science Society Procedures J.S. # 8008


Garvey, E. J. and Lyrene, P. M. Inheritance of Compact Growth Habit in Rabbiteye Blueberry.
J.S. # 7901


.Garvey, E. J. and Lyrene, P. M. Self Incompatibility in 19 Vaccinium ashei Selections. Am. Soc.
Hort. Sci. J.S. # 7818


Gerhard, K. G. and Johnson, J. D. Effect of Ethephon on Dormancy and Growth of Slash and Loblolly
Pine. New Forests J.S. # 8152

Gerber, J. F. and Chen, E. The Role of Winter Climatic Zones in Florida Freezes. Fla. State Hort.
Soc. J.S. # 7741

Gerber, K. and Smart, Jr., G. C. Effect of Hirschmanniella caudacrena on the Submersed Aquatic
Plants Ceratophyllum demersum and Hydrilla verticillata. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 7566


Gerber, K. and Smart, Jr., G. C. Plant-Parasitic Nematodes Associated with Aquatic Vascular
Plants. Vistas of Nematology J.S. # 7573

Gerhard, K. G. and Johnson, J. D. Effect of Ethephon on Dormancy and Growth of Slash Loblolly
Pine. New Forests J.S. # 8152


Giblin, R. M. Culture of Nematode Associates and Parasites of Insects. Journal of Nematology
J.S. # 7425


Gibson, J. L. and Kimbrough, J. W. Ultrastructural Observations of Helvellaceae (Pezizales).
Ascosporogenesis of Selected Species of Helvella. Canadian Journal of Botany J.S. # 8021


Gilman, E. F. and Yeager, T. H. Root Regeneration in Root-Pruned Hardwoods. HortScience
J.S. # 8197


Gilman, E. F.; Leone, I. A. and Flower, F. B. Growth and Stomatal Responses of Sugar Maple in
Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Landfill Cover Soil. Plant and Soil J.S. # 8083


Gilman, E. F.; Leone, I. A. and Flower, F. B. Effect of Soil Compaction and Oxygen content on
Vertical and Horizontal Root Distribution. Journal of Environmental Horticulture J.S. # 7518

Gilpin-Hudson, D.; Zazueta, F. S. and Smajstrla, A. G. Economic Analysis of Labor Saving Devices.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7752

Gilreath, J. P. Response of Gladiolus, Statise, and Gypsophila to Residues of Preemergence
Herbicides. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7694


Gilreath, J. P. and Gilreath, P. R. Chemical Weed Control in Transplanted Cabbage. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7693


Gilreath, H. E.; Funderburk, J. E. and Herzog, D. C. Granular Insecticides for Control of Lesser


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Cornstalk Borer in North Florida, 1986. Insecticide & Acaracide Test Results J.S. # 7804

Gilreath, M. B.; Funderburk, J. B.; Gorbet, D. W. and Hersog, D. C. Lesser Cornstalk Borer Control
in Peanuts in North Florida, 1986. Insecticide & Acaracide Test Results J.S. # 7806

Gilreath, M. E.: Funderburk, J. E.; Sprenkel, R. K.; Gorbet, D. W. and Herzog, D. C. Lesser
Cornstalk Borer Control in Sorghum in North Florida, 1986. Insecticide & Acaracide Test Results
J.S. # 7803


Gilreath, P. R.; Brown, R. L. and Maynard, D. N. Evaluation of Icebox Watermelon Cultivars in West
Central and Southwest Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7609

Gorbet, D. W.; Norden, A. J.; Shokes, F. M. and Knauft, D. A. Registration of 'Southern Runner'
Peanut, Crop Science J.S. # 7822


Graham, J. H. Interactions of Mycorrhizal Fungi with Soil-Borne Plant Pathogens and Other
Organisms. 3.S. # 7919


Graham, J. H. and Syvertsen, J. P. Do Mycorrhizae Influence the Drought Tolerance of Citrus.
Journal of Environmental Horticulture J.S.. # 7524

Graham, J. H.; Syvertsen, J. P. and Smith, M. L. Water Relations of Mycorrhizal and
Non-mycorrhizal Citrus of Similar Phosphorus Status Under Water Stress. The New Phytologist
J.S. 7432


Graham, J. H.; McGuire, R. G. and Miller, J. W. Survival of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri in
Citrus Plant Debris and Soil in Florida and Argentina. Plant Disease J.S. # 8053

Graser, E. A. Wind Speed Effects on Mosquito Surveillance. Biometeorology and Aerobiology
J.S. # 8213


Gray, D. J. Introduction to the Symposium. HortScience J.S. # 7589

Gray, D. J. Quiescence in Monocotyledonous and Dicotyledonous Somatic Embryos Induced by
Dehydration. HortScience J.S. # 7588


Gray, D. J. and Mortensen, J. A. Initiation and Maintenance of Long Term Somatic Embryogenesis
from Anthers and Ovaries of Vitis longii 'Microsperma'. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture
J.S. # 7437


Gray, D. J.; Fisher, L. C. and Mortensen, J. A. Comparison of Methodologies for In Ovulo Embryo
Rescue of Seedless Grape Cultivars. HortScience J.S. # 8001

Green, Jr., V. E. 1986 Suggestions to Contributors to the Proceedings to the Soil and Crop Science
Society of Florida. Soil and Crop Science Soc. of Fla. Proc. J.S. 8 7398


Gregory, J. F.; Ink, S. L. and Cerda, J. J. Characteristics of Pteroylpolyglutamate Hydrose
(folate Conjugase) from Porcine and Humr.i Intestinal Brush Border Membrane. Soc.for Exp. Biology &
Medicine J.S. # 7541

Gregory, Jr., B. M. Behavior of Velvetbean Caterpillar Moths (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in a
Hyacinth Bean Field in Honduras. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 7412


Gregory, Jr.; B. M. and Barfield, C. S. External Morphological Differences Between Adult










Anticarsia gemmatalis and Mocis latipes (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae). Florida Entomologist J.S. # 8069


Greiner, E. C. and Quesenberry, K. E. Lypersosomum ellipsoidtesticalis sp.
n(Digenea:Dicrocoeliidae) from the Liver of the Goffin's Cockatoo (Cacatua goffini).
Helminthological Society of Washington


J.S. # 7875


Greiner, E. C. and Rawlins, S. C. Culicoides spp. Collected Near Ruminants in Jamaica and their
Relevance ot Bluetongue. Journal of Agricultural Entomology J.S. # 7871


Griffin, III, Dana The New World Species of Breutelia with Erect-Appressed Leaf Bases. Nova
Hedwigia J.S. # 7497


Gronwall, R. and Brown, M. P. Probenecid in Mares: Effect on Para-Aminohippuric Acid Clearance.
Am. Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. # 7854


Grosser, J. W. Citrus Cultivar Improvement Via Somatic Hybridization. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J.S. # 7647


Grosser, J. W.; Gmitter, F. G. and Chandler, J. L. Intergeneric Somatic Hybrid Plants from
Sexually Incompatible Woody Species: Citrus sinensis and Severinia disticha. Theoretical and
Applied Genetics J.S. # 8198


Grosser, J. W.; Gmitter, F. G. and Chandler, J. L. Intergeneric Somatic Hybridization of Citrus
sinensis cv. Hamlin and Poncirus trifoliata cv. Flying Dragon. Am. Soc. Hort. Science J.S. # 7972


Guilbault, L. A.; Thatcher, W. W. and Wilcox, C. J. Influence of a Physiological Infusion of
Prostaglandin F2 into Postpartum Cows with Suppressed Endogenous Production of Prostaglandins. 2.
Interrelationships of Hormonal, Ovarian and Uterine Responses. Theriogenology J.S. #


Guilbault, L. A.; Thatcher, W. W.; Drost, M. and Haibel, G. K. Influence of a Physiological
Infusion of Prostaglandin F2 into Postpartum Cows with Suppressed Endogenous Production of
Prostaglandins. 1. Uterine and Ovarian Morphological Responses. Theriogenology


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J.S. # 7560


Gupta, V. K. A Catalogue of the Indo-Australian Ichneumonidae (Parasitic Hymenotpera). Am. Ent.
Inst. J.S. # 7624


Gupta, V. K. and Richman, D. B. Taxonomy and Biology of a New Species of Cremastus
(Hymenoptera:Ichneumonidae) Parasitizing Crossidius pulchellus in New Mexico. Southwestern
Entomologist

Guy, C. and Haskell, D. Induction of Freezing Tolerance in Spinach is Associated with the
Synthesis of Cold Acclimation Induced Proteins. Plant Physiology


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J.S. # 7582


Guy, C. L.; Haskell, D. and Yelenosky, G. Changes in Freezing Tolerance and Polypeptide Content of
Spinach and Citrus Leaves at 5C. Cryobiology J.S. # 8052

Guy, C.; Husmel, R. Haskell, D. Induction of Freezing Tolerance in Spinach During Cold
Acclimation. Plant Physiology J.S. # 7583

Haag, K. H.; Glenn, M. S,; Jordon, J. C.; Gillmore, J. L.; Thayer, D. D. and Sigfried, B. S.
Utilization of Limited Herbicide Application to Improve the Level of Waterhyacinth Biocontrol.
J.S. # 7910

Haag, K. H.; Joyce, J. C.; Hetrick, W. M. and Jordon, J. C. Diet of Three Species of Wetlands


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Birds in Northcentral Florida, with Emphasis on Predation on Waterhyacinth Weevils
(Coleoptera:Curculion).


J.S. # 7923


Habeck, D. H. Neargyractis Slosso nalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae: Nymphulinae): Larval Description
And Biological Notes. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 7847


Hagenbuch, B. E.; Koehler, P. G.; Brenner, R. J. and Patterson, R. S. Habitat Distribution and
Control of outdoor Cockroaches Around Homes in a Suburban Environment. Environmental Entomology
J.S. # 7618


Hagenbuch, B. E.; Koehler, P. G.; Patterson, R. S. and Brenner, R. J. Chemical Repellents for the
Control of German and American Cockroaches (Orthoptera: Blattellidae). J. of Economic Entommology
J.S. # 7809

Hagenbuch, B. E.; Patterson, R. S.; Koehler, P. G. and Brenner, R. J. Mass Production of the
Cockroach Oothecal Parasitoid Tetrastichus hagenowii (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) and its Host
Periplaneta Americana (Orthoptera: Blattidae). Annals of Entomology J.S. # 7849


Hagenbuch, B. E.; Patterson, R. S.; Koehler, P. G. and Brenner, R. An Integrated Control Program
for the American Cockroach, Periplaneta Americana (Orthoptera:Blattidae). Environmental Entomology
J.S. # 7878

Halbrooks, M. C. Viticulture in Florida: The Next Five Years. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J.S. # 7978

Hall, C B. Firmness of Tomato Fruit Tissues According to Cultivar and Ripeness. Journal of Am.
Soc. for Hort. Science J.S. # 7430


Hall, D. W. Gynandromorphism in Mosquitoes. Florida Anti-Mosquito Association


Hansen, P. J. and Asbury, A. C. Opsonins of Streptococcus in Uterine Flushings of Mares
Susceptible and Resistant to Endometritis. Am. Journal of Vet. Research


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J.S. # 7465


Hansen, P. J.; Foti, S. A. and Leslie, M. V. Sheep Milk Contains Proteins Similar to the Major
Progesterone-Induced Proteins Secreted by the Uterine Endometrium. Biochemical and Biophysical
Research Communications J.S. # 8110

Hanson, R. R.; Nixon, A. J.; Calderwood-Mays, M.; Gronwall, R. and Pendergast, J. F. A Comparison
of Staple and Suture Techniques for Small Colon Techniques in Horses. Am. Journal Vet. Research
J.S. # 8223

Hanson, R. R.; Nixon, A. J.; Mays, M. C. and Gronwall, R. Small Colon Anastomoses: An Evaluation
of Three Techniques in Horses. Am. J. Vet. Research J.S. # 8133


Hanson,R. R. and Peyton, L. C. Surgical Correction of Intermittant Upward Fixation ofthe Patella
in a Braham Cow. Canadian Veterinary Journal J.S. # 8013


Harbaugh, B. K. Foliar Tissue Analysis Standards for Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium in
Caladium xhortulanum Birdsey. Acta Horticulturae


J.S. # 7462


Harbaugh, B. K. and Gilreath, J. P. Influence of Rhizome Harvest Date, Length of Storage and GA3
on Sprouting and Flowering of Achimenes. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7739


Harris, W. G.; Carlisle, V. W. and Van Rees, K. C.J. Zonation of Hydroxy-Interlayered Minerals in


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Haplaquods. Soil Science Society of America Journal J.S. # 7656

Harms, R. H. A Failure of Silicate to Improve Egg Shell Quality. Poultry Science J.S. # 8219

Harms, R. H. A Lack of Response to Niacin Supplementation by Laying Hens Fed a Corn-Soybean Meal
Diet. Poultry Science J.S. t 8232

Harm, R. H. Failure of a Short Rest to Restore Egg Production of Turkey Breeder Hens. Poultry
Science J.S. # 7756

Harms, R. H. and Buresh, R. E. Further Evidence of Overconsumption of Feed When Poults are Fed
Diets with Certain Levels of Supplemental Dl-Methionine. Poultry Science J.S. 0 7621

Harms, R. H. and Fattori, T.. R. Evaluation of the Sulfur Amino Acid Requirement of Laying Hens
Using Clutch Size as a Performance Criterion. J.S. 7915

Harms, R. H. and Miles, R. D. The Bioavailability of Phosphorus in Precipitated Bone Phosphate and
Dicalcium Phosphate. J.S. # 7961

Harms, R. H. and Miles, R. D. The Influence of Fermacto on the Performance of Laying Hens when
Fed Diet with Different Levels of Sulfur Amino Acids. Poultry Science J.S. # 7758

Harms, R. H. and Ruis, N. Evidence for a Straught Line Response to Supplemental Methionine when
the Diet Contains Adequate Cystine. Poultry Science J.S. 7509

Harms, R. H.. and Miles, R. D. The Influence of Fatty Liver Syndrome on the Calcium Status of the
Laying Hens. Poultry Science J.S. # 8157

Harms, R. H.; Ruis, N.; Buresh, R. E. and Wilson, H. R. The Niacin Requirement of the Turkey Hen.
Poultry Science J.S. # 7755

Harms, R. H.: Sloan, D. R. and Miles, R. D. The Necessity of Correcting for Egg Weight in Egg
Shell Quality Studies. Poultry Science J.S. # 8226

Harms, R. H.; Wilson, H. R. and Miles, R. D. The Influence of 1,25 (OH)2 Vitamin D3 on the
Performance of Comerical Laying Hens. Poultry Science J.S. # 8183

Harrell, R. C. Economic Analysis of Robotic Citrus Harvesting in Florida. J.S. # 7941

Harris, W. G. and Carlisle, V. W. Association of Clay Minerals as Related to Soil Environments in
Florida. J.S. # 7930

Harris, W. G.; Carlisle, V. W. and Chesser, S. L. Clay Minerological Relationship Among Coastal
Plain Soils with Sandy Epipedons. Soil Science Society of Am. J.S. # 7722

Harris, W. G.; Hollien, K. A.; Yuan, T. L.; Bates, S. R. and Acree, W. A. Nonexchangeable
Potassium in Hydroxy-Interlayered Vermiculite from Coastal Plain Soils. Soil Science Society of
America J.S. # 8228

Harrison, N. A. and Davis, N. J. Colonization of Vascular Tissues by Clavibacter xyli subsp. xyli
in Stalks of Sugarcane Cultivars Differing in Susceptibility to Raton Stunting Disease.
Phytopathology J.S. # 8048

Hartmond, U.; Schaesberg, N. V.; Graham, J. H. and Syvertsen, J. P. Salinity and Flooding Stress


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Effects on Mycorrhisal and Non-Mycorrhizal Citrus Rootstock Seedlings. Plant and Soil
J.S. 7773

Harvey, J. W.; Asquith, R. L.; Sussaan, W. A. and Kivipelto, J. Serum Ferritin, Serum Iron and
Erythrocyte Parameters in Foals. Am. Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. # 7493

Hauptmann, R. N.; Ozias-Akins, P.; Vasil, V.; Tabaeizadeh, Z.; Rogers, S. G.; Horsch, R. B.; Vasil,
I. K. and Fraley, R. T. Transient Expression of Electroporated DA in Monocotyledonous and
Dicotyledonous Species. Molecular and General Genetics J.S. 7487

Heatwole, C. D.; Campbell, K. L. and Bottcher A. B. CREAMS-WT: Field Scale Hydrology Model for
Flat, High-W ter-Table. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers J.S. # 7734

Heatwole, C. D.; Bottcher, A. B. and Campbell, K. L. Basin Scale Water Quality Model for Coastal
Plain Flatwoods. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers J.S. # 8224

Hedden, S. L.; Churchill, D. B. and Whitney, J. 0. Trunk Shakers for Citrus Harfestng-Part 11:
Harvesting Efficiency. Trans. of ASAE J.S. 8141

Bendrix, R. C.; Lits, R. E. and Kirchoff, B. K. In Vitro Organogenesis and Plant Regeneration from
Leaves of Solanum candidum Lindl., S. quitoense. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture J.S. # 7873

Benny, R. J. Response of 2n and 4n Dieffenbachia Maculata 'Perfection' After Treatment with
Gibberellic Acid for Floral Induction. Tropical Agriculture J.S. # 7703

enny R. J. Pollen Germination in Aqlaonema Flowers of Different Ages. HortScience J.S. # 7812

Henny, R. J. Inducing Flowering of Homalomena lindenii (Rodigas) Ridley with Gibberellic Acid
(GA3). Tropical Agriculture J.S. # 7571

Henny, R. J.; Conover, C. A. and Poole, R. T. 'Triumph' Dieffenbachia. HortScience J.S. # 7526

Henny, R. J.; Conover, C. A. and Poole, R. T. 'Victory' Dieffenbachia. HortScience
J.S. # 7622

Henry, P. R.; A merman, C. B. and Miles, R. D. Bioavailability of Manganese Monoxide and Mangnese
Dioxide for Broiler Chicks. J.S. 0 7960

Herbst, L. and sWbb, A. A Simple Technique for Sampling Blood from Fully Conscious Nine-Banded
Amadillos. Laboratory Animal Science J.S. # 8246

Hewitt, T. D. and Zimet, D. Intensive Fruit Production for Small Scale Operators: Is the Cash
Flow Crunch Manageable?. Fla. State Hort. Soc.. J.. # 7666

Hibberd, A. N.; Bassett, M. J. and Stall, R. E. Inheritance and Allelism of Three Dominant Genes
for Hypersensitive Resistance to Bacterial Spot of Pepper. Plant Disease J.S. # 7540

Hibberd, A. M.; Stall, R. E. and Bassett, M J. Different Phenotypes are Associated with
Incompatible laces and Resistance Genes in the Bacterial Spot Disease of Pepper. Plant Disease
J.S. 8103

Hibberd, A. M.; Stall, R. E. and Bassett, M. J. Quantitatively Assessed Resistance to Bacterial
Leafspot in Pepper that is Simply Inherited. Phytopathology J.S. 8249


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Hidiroglou, N. and McDowell, L. R. Plasma and Tissue Levels of Vitamin E in Sheep Following
Intramuscular Administration in an Oil Carrier. Internat. Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition
Research J.S. # 7991


Hochmuth, G. J.; Hanlon, E. A. and Stricker, J. A. Crop Production on Reclaimed Phosphate Mined
Soils in Florida. HortScience J.S. # 7413


Hochmuth, G. J.; Kostewicz, S. R.; Locascio, S. J.; Albregths, E. E.; Howard, C. M. and Stanley, C.
D. Freeze Protection of Strawberries with Floating Row Covers. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7833


Hopkins, D. L. Production of Diagnostic Symptoms of Blight in Citrus Inoculated with Xylem-Limited
Bacteria. Plant Disease J.S. # 8220


Howard, F. W. Second Int. Workshop on Leafhoppers and Planthoppers of Econ. Importance
J.S. # 7687


Howe, T. K. and Waters, W. E. Evaluation of Seed Propagated Geranium: Spring and Fall 1985. Fla.
State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7695


Howe, T. K. and Waters, W. E. Cabbage Cultivar Evaluation in West Central Florida, 1984-85 and
1985-86 Seasons. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7646


Huber, D. J. Senescence: An Introduction to the Symposium. J.S. # 7948


Hudson, W. G. Field Sampling of Mole Crickets (Orthoptera:Gryllotalpidae:Scapteriscus): A
Comparison of Techniques. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 8094


Hudson, W. G. Ontogeny of Prey Selection in Sirthenea carinata: Generalist Juveniles Become
Specialist Adults. Entomophaga J.S. # 7521


Hudson, W. G. Variability in Development of Scapteriscus acletus (Orthoptera:Gryllotalpidae).
J.S. # 7956


Humphreys, T. E. Anomalous Kinetics of Sucrose Uptake in Maize Scutellum Slices. Plant, Cell and
Environment J.S. # 8176


Inaba, M. and Crandall', P. G. Cold Shock Treatment of Mature Green Tomatoes to Delay Color
Development and Increase Shelf-Life During Room Temperature Storage. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J.S. # 7801


Ingram, D. L. and Yeager, T. H. Effects of Irrigation Frequency and a Water-Absorbing Polymer on
Ligustrum Growth and Moisture Retention by a Container Medium. Environmental Horticulture
J.S. # 7547

Ingram, D. L.; Ramcharan, C. and Buchanan, D. W. Critical High Root-Zone Temperatures for Citrus.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7825


Ingram, D. L.; Yadav, U. and Neal, C. A. Production System Comparisons for Selected Woody Plants
in Florida. HortScience J.S. # 7723


Ingram, L. 0. and Dombek, K. N. Effects of Ethonol on Escherichia Coli. Alcohol Tolerance in
Microorganisms J.S. 7408


Ingram, L. 0.; Conway, T.; Clark, D. P.; Sewell, G. S. and Preston, J. F. Genetic Engineering of


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Ethanol Production in E. coli. Science J.S. # 7838

Iroume, R. N. and Knauft, D. A. Selection Indices for Simultaneous Selection for Pod Yield and
Leafspot Resistance in Peanuts (Arachis hypogaea L.). Peanut Science J.S. # 7679

Iroume, R. N. and Knauft, D. A. Heritabilities and Genetic, Environmental and Phenotypic
Correlations for Pod Yield and Leafspot Severity in Peanuts (Arachis hypogaea L.): Implications for
Early Generation Selection. Peanut Science J.S. # 7678

Ismail, M. A.; Hatton, T. T.; Dezman, D. J. and Miller, W. R. In-Transit Cold Treatment of Florida
Citrus Shipped to Japan in Refrigerated Van Containers: Problems and Recommendations. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7799

Jaaffar, Z. and Gardner, F. P. Canopy Development, Yield, and Market Quality in Peanut as Affected
by Genotype and Planting Pattern. J.S. # 7916

Jackson, L. K.: Summerhill, W. R. and Ferguson, J. J. A Survey of Young Citrus Tree Care Practice
in Florida. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7673

Jansson, R. K.; Bryan, H. H. and Sorensen, K. A. Within-Vine Distribution and Damage of
Sweetpotato Weevil, Cylas Formicarius Elegantulus (Summers), (Coleoptera:Curculionidae) on Four
Cultivars of Sweet Potato in Southern Florida. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 8050

Jernigan, J. S.; Combs, G. E.; Walker, W. and White, C. E. Effect of Roasting Grain Sorghum on
Performance and Digestibility of Nutrients in Pigs. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 8003

Jex, G. W. and Hubbell, D. H. Water-Repellency: A Review. Soil Biology and Biochemistry
J.S. # 7635


Johnson, D. W.; Silten, R.-M.; Knudson, D. L. and Marunik, J. E. Generation of Nucleic Acid
Fragment Migration Distance Using a Digitizer and Microcomputers. J.S. # 7895

Johnson, F.; Spreen, T. H. and Hewitt, T. A Stochastic Dominance Analysis of Contract Grazing
Feeding Cattle. So. J. Agr. Economics J.S. # 8175

Jones, D. B and Snyder, G. H. Seeding Rate and Row Spacing Effects on Yield and Yield Components
of Drill-Seeded Rice. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 7697

Jones, D. B. and Snyder, G. H. Effect of Main-Crop Seeding Rate and Row Spacing on Ratoon Yield
and Yield Components. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 7698

Jones, J. P. and Jones, J. B. Control of Early Blight of Tomato with Foliar Spray Mixtures and
High Fertilizer Rates. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7707

Jones, J. P.; Stall, R. E. and Williams, L. E. L. J. Alexander, 1903-1986. Phytopathology
J.S. # 7516


Jones, J.'W.; Jones, P. and Everett, P. A. Combining Expert Systems a d Agricultural Models: A
Case Study. ASAE J.S. # 8186

Jones, P. Interfacing an Expert Diagnostic Tool to Real Time Data. Applied Engineering in
Agriculture J.S. # 8105

Judd, W. S. A Floristic Study of Morne La Visite and Pic Macaya National Parks, Haiti. Bulletin


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of the Florida State Museum


Judd, W. S. and Skean, Jr., J. D. Three New Angiosperms from Pare National Pic Macaya, Massif de
la Hotte, Haiti. Bull. of the Fla. State Museum J.S. # 7850

Kacem, B.; Cornell, J. A.; Gregory, J. F. and Matthews, R. F. Nonenzymatic Browning in Aseptically
Packaged Orange Juice and Orange Drinks: Effect of Ascorbic Acid, Amino Acids, and Oxygen.
Journal of Food Science J.S. # 7483

Kacem, B.; Matthews, R. F.; Shireman, R. B. and Crandall, P. G. Nonensymatic Browning in
Aseptically Packaged Orange Juice and Orange Drinks: Effect of Amino Acids, Deaeration, and
Anaerobic Storage. Journal of Food Science J.S. # 7484


Kalmbacher, R. S. and Martin, F. G. Effect of Defoliation Frequency and N-P-K Fertilization on
Maidencane. Range Management J.S. # 7872

Kalmbacher, R. S.; Barnett, R. D. and Martin, F. G. Small Grain Forage and Grain Yield Studies in
South Florida. J.S. # 7889

Kalmbacher, R. S.; Mislevy, P. and Martin, F. G. Elephantgrass and Energycane Establishment from
Three Stem Sections and Their Planting Angles. Biomass J.S. # 7680

Kamshew, Y.; Yusheng, F. and Tarjan, A. C. The Genus Bursaphelenchus with a Description of
Bursaphelenchus hunanensis n. sp. Nematoda:Aphelenchoididae found in Pine Wood in Hunan Province,
China. J.S. # 7922

Kane, M. E.; Sheehan, T. J. and Ferwerda, F. In Vitro Propagation of American Lotrus (Nelumbo
lutea). HortScience J.S. # 8236

Ke, S.; Ki, K. B.; Ke, C. and Tsai, J. H. Transmission of Huanglungbin Agent from Citrus to
Periwinkle by Dodder. Proc. of the Conf. of the Int. Org. of Cit. Virologists J.S. # 7401


Kilmer, R. L. Vertical Integration. Am. Joun. Agr. Econ. J.S. # 7477

Kinloch, R. A.: Hiebsch, C. K. and Peacock, H. A. Galling and Yields of Soybean Cultivars Grown in
Meloidogyne Arenaria Infested Soil. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 7436

Kinloch, R. A.; Hiebsch, C. K. and Peacock, H. A. Evaluation'of Soybean Cultivars for Production
in Meloidogyne incognita Infested Soil. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 8007

Kinsella, J. M. Studies of the Life Cycle and Host Specificity of Parastrongylus schmidti
(Nematoda:Angiostrongylidae). Proc. Helminthological Soc. Washington J.S. # 8125

Kistler, H. C. and Benny, U. K. Genetic Transformation of the Fungal Plant Wilt Pathogen, Fusarium
oxysporum. Molecular and General Genetics J.S. # 8119

Kistler, H. C.; Bosland, P. W.; Benny, U.; Leong, S. and Williams, P. H. Relatedness of Strains of
Fusarium oxysporum from Crucifers Measured by Examination of Mitochondrial and Ribosomal DNA.
Phytopathology J.S. # 7629


Klein, T. A. and Young, D. G. Vector Incrimination and Experimental Transmission of Plasmodium
floridense by Bite of Infected Culex (Melanoconion) erraticue (Diptera:Culicida). J.S. # 7925

Klein, T. A.; Young, D. G.; Kimsey, Y. R. and Telford, S. R. Experimental Transmission of


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Plasmodium mexicanum by Bites of Infected Lutzomyia vexator (Diptera:Psychodidae).


Knauft, D. A.; Norden, A. J. and Gorbet, D. W. The Effect of Three Harvest Dates on Oil Quality,
Yield and Grading Data of Five Peanut Genotypes Grown Without Leafspot Control. Peanut Science
J.S. 7473


Knauft, D. A.; Norden, A. J.; Gorbet, D. W. and Martin, F. G. Stability of Market Quality Factors
in Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Fla. Soil and Crop Science Soc. J.S. # 7671

Knox, G. W. Efficacy of a Wettable Powder Formulation of the Preemergent Herbicide, Oxadiason, and
Phytotoxicity to Woody Ornamentals. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7770

Ko, N.-J.; Zettler, F. W. and Edwardson, J. R. Immunocytochemical Identification of Cymbidium
Mosaic and odontoglossum Ringspot Viruses in Orchid Tissue. Phytopathology J.S. # 8153

Koch, K. E.; Allen, Jr., L. H.; Jones, P.; and Avigne, W. T. Growth of Citrus Rootstock (Carrize
Citrange) Seedlings During and After Long-Term C02 Enrichment. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. J.S. # 8066

Koch, K. E.; Jones, P. H.; Avigne, W. T. and Allen, Jr., L. H. Growth, Dry Matter Partitioning,
and Diurnal Activities of RuBP Carboxylase in Citrus Seedlings Maintained at Two Levesl of CO2.
Physiologia Plantarum J.S. # 8065

Koehler, P. G.; Agee, H. R.; Leppla, N. C. and Patterson, R. S. Spectral Sensitivity of the German
Cockroach (Orthoptera: Blattellidae). Annals of ESA J.S. # 7611

Koo, R. C. J. Controlled Release Sources of Nitrogen for Bearing Citrus Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J.S. # 7793


Kramer, R. D.; Cromroy, H. L.; Patterson, R. S. and Koehler, P. G. Hydroprene-Induced Impotence in
German Cockroaches, Blatella Germanica (Linnaeus), (Dictyoptera: Blattellidae): A Scanning
Electron Microscope Study. International Journal of Insect Morphology & Embryology J.S. # 7459

Kretschmer, Jr., A. E.; Reid, R.; Gonzales, J. and Snyder, G. H. Tropical Forage Legume Collection
Trip in Southern Mexico. J.S. # 7990"

Kushad, M. M. and Yelenosky, G. Evaluation of.Polyamine and Proline Levels During Low Temperature
Acclimation of Citrus. Plant Physiology J.S. # 8033

Labisky, R. F. and Hovis, J. A. Comparison of Vertebrate Wildlife Communities in Long Leaf Pine
and Slash Pine Habitats in North Florida. Proc. Southern Evaluation Project Workshop J.S. # 8244

Lai, 2. Q. and Pitman, W. D. Flowering Response of Vigna adenantha to Short Days. Soil & Crop
Science Society J.S. # 7863

Lawyer, P. G. and Young, D. G. Experimental Transmission of Leishmania mexicana (Diptera:
Psychodidae) to Hamsters by Bites of Phlebotomine Sand Flies from the USA. Journal of Medical
Entomology J.S. # 7531

Lawyer, P. G.; Young, D. G.; Butler, J. F. and Akin, D. Development of Leishmania mexicana in
Lutzomyia diabolica and Lutzomyia shannoni (Diptera: Psychodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology
J.S. 7605


Laso, G. R.; Roffey, R. and Gabriel, D. W. Pathovars of Xanthomonas campestris are Distinguishable
by Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism. International Fragment Length Polymorphism


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Ledous, D. R.; Miles, R. D.; Ammerman, C. B. and Harms, R. H. Interaction of Dietary Nutrient
Concentration and Supplemental Copper on Chick Performance and Tissue Copper Concentrations..
Poultry Science J.S. # 7754


Lee, F. Y.; Yuan, T. L. and Carlisle, V. W. Chemical, Physical and Clay Mineralogical Properties
of Ortstein and Non-Ortstein Spodosols in Florida. Soil Science Soc. Am. J.S. # 8162

Lee, F. Y.; Yuan, T. L. and Carlisle, V. W. Electron Microprobe Study of Cementing Materials in
Ortstein Horizons of Florida Spodosols. Soil Science Society of America J.S. # 7999

Lee, J.-Y. The Demand for Varied Diet with Econometric-Models for Count Date. J.S. # 7903


Lee, J.-Y. and Brown, M. G. Economic Effectiveness of Brand Advertising Programs for U. S. Orange
Juice in the European Market: An Error Component Analysis. Agricultural Economics Journ.
J.S. # 7881


Lee, R. F.; Garnsey, S. M.; Marais, L. J.; Moll, J. N.; and Youtsey, S. O. Distribution of Citrus
Tristeza Virus in Grapefruit and Sweet Orange in Florida and South Africa. J.S. # 7952

LeGrand, F. Disposal of Filtercake by Combustion Using a "Vortex" Furnace with "Stokermaster"
Controls. Sugar y Azucar J.S. # 8134

Leibee, G. L. Toxicity of Abamectin to Liriom za trifolii (Burgess) (Diptera:Agromyzidae).
Economic Entomology J.S. # 8046

Leake, L. A.; Koehler, P. G. and Patterson, P. S. Field Evaluation of the Photooxidative Dye
Erythrosin B (Synerid) As A Liquid Bait for Control of Adult House Flies, Musca domestic L.
(Diptera:Muscidae). Env. and Health J.S. # 8161


Lemke, L. A.; Koehler, P. G. and Patterson, R. S. Evaluation of UC27BF32 for Control of Cat Flea
Adults on Carpet, 1986. Insecticide and Acaricide Tests J.S. # 8149

Lemke, L. A.; Koehler, P. G.; Patterson, R. S. and Moore, D. Evaluation of Alfacron for Control of
Cat Flea Adults, 1986. Insecticide and Acaricide Tests J.S. # 8148

Lemke, L. A.; Koehler, P. G.; Patterson, R. S.; Feger, M. B. and Eickhoff, T. Field Development of
Photooxidative Dyes as Insecticides. Am. Chemical Society Proceedings J.S. # 8049

Lewis, C. E.; Tanner, 0. W. and Terry, W. S. Vegetative Responses to Pine Planting Configurations
and Deferred-Rotation Grazing in North Florida: Herbaceous Plants. Journal for Range Management
J.S. # 7505


Li, W. I. and Chen, C. L. Running and Shipping Elevate Plasma Levels of Beta-Endorphin-Like
Substance (B-END-LI) in Thoroughbred Horses. Life Science J.S. # 7460

Li, W. I.; Chen, C. L.; Hansen, P. J. and Bazer, F. W. Beta-endorphin in Uterine Secretion of
Pseudopregnant and Ovarian Steroid-Treated Gilts. Endocrinology J.S. # 7514


Lin, Z. and Yuan, T. L. Decomposition of Histosols in an Incubation Study as Related to Organic
and Inorganic Componments. Soil & Crop Science Soc. J.S. # 8043

Lindsay, J. A. Characterization of Bacterial Spores from High Temperature Growth Transformants of


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Bacillus subtilis. Current Microbiology J.S. 8189

Linley, J. R. The Aerial Oviposition Flight of Toxorhynchites amboinensis (Diptera:Culicidae).
Medical Entomology Journ. J.S. # 7883

Linley, J. R.; Parsons, R. E. and Winner, R. A. Evaluation of Naled Applied as a thermal Fog
Against Culicoides furens (Diptera:Ceratopogonidae). Am. Mosquito Control Association
J.S. # 8025


Litz, R. E. Application of Tissue Culture to Tropical Fruits. Plant Tissue and Cell Culture
J.S. 7457


Lits, R. E. Regeneration Pathways of Tropical Fruit Trees. Internat. Congress of Plant Culture
Tropical Species J.S. # 8042

Litz, R. E. Underexploited Myrtaceous Fruit Trees. Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry
J.S. # 7649


Litz, R. E. and Griffis, J. L. Carambola (Averrhoa carambola L.). Biotechnology in Agriculture
and Forestry J.S. # 7648

Litz, R. E. and Schaffer, B. Polyamines in Adventitious and Somatic Embryogenesis in Mango
(Mangifera indica L.). Plant Physiology J.S. # 7480

Lizama, L. C.; Marion, J. E. and McDowell, L. R. Utilization of Aquatic Plants Elodea canadensis
and Hydrilla verticillata in Broiler Chicks Diets. J.S. # 7898

Lopes, C. A. and Stall, R. E. Biological Control of Pseudomonas avenue with Epiphytie Bacteria
Isolated from Corn. J.S. # 7929

Lorens, G. F.; Bennett, J. M. and Logalle, L. B. Differences in Drought Resistance Between Two
Corn Hybrids I1. Component Analysis and Growth Rates. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 7602

Lorens, G. F.; Bennett, J. M. and Loggale, L. B. Differences in Drought Resistance Between Two
Corn Hybrids I. Water Relations and Root Length Density. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 7603

Lounibos, L. P.; Frank, J. H.; Machado-Allison, C. E.; Navarro, J. C. and Ocanto, P. Seasonality,
Abundance, and Invertebrate Associates of Leptagrion siqueirai Santos in Aechmea Bromeliads in
Venezuelan Rain Forest. Odonatologica J.S. # 7664

Luke, H. H.; Barnett, R. D. and Pfahler, P. L. Xenoparasite-Nonhost Reactions in
Puccinia-Gramineae Pathosystens. Phytopathology J.S. # 7790

Lynne, G. D. and Rola, L. R. Improving Attitude-Behavior Prediction Models with Economic
Variables: Farmer Actions Toward Soil Conservation. Social Psychology J.S. # 8207

Lynne, G. D.; Anaman, K. A. and Kiker, C. F. Irrigation Efficiency: An Economic Interpretation.
J. of Irrigation and Drainage Division J.S. # 7731

Lynne, G. D.; Shonkwiler, J. S. and Rola, L. R. Attitudes and Farmer Conservation Behavior.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics J.S. # 8185

Lyrene, P. M. An Allele for Anthocyanin-Deficient Foliage in Vaccinium Elliottii. Journal of
Heredity J.S. # 7600


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Lyrene, P. M. and Sherman, W. B. 'Bonita' Rabbiteye Blueberry. HortScience


MacKensie, S. A. and Bassett, M. J. Genetics of Fertility Restoration in Cytoplasmic Male Sterile
Phaseolus vulgaris L. I. Cytoplasmic Alteration by a Nuclear Restorer Gene. Theoretical and
Applied Science J.S. # 7733

Mackenzie, S. A.; Pring, D. R.; Bassett, M. J. and Chase, C. D. Mitochondrial DNA Rearrangement
Associated with Fertility Restoration and Cytoplasmic Reversion to Fertility in Cytoplasmic Male
Sterile Phaseolus vulgaris L.. National Academy of Sciences Proceedings J.S. # 8248

Mahmood, F. and Nayar, J. K. The Effect of Dirofilaria immitis (Leidy) Infection on the Rate of
Diuresis in Susceptible and Refractory Strains of Aedes aeqypti L. (Veto Beach). Am. Mosquito
Control Association J.S. # 7877


Mahaood, F. and Nayar, J. K. Susceptibility of Different Geographical Strains of Aedes aegypti L.
from Florida to Dirofilaria immitis (Leidy) Infection. Am. Mosquito Control Assoc. J.S. # 7997

Mahmood, F. and Nayer, J. K. Effects of Dirofilaria immitis (Leidy) Infection on the Life Table
Characteristics of Susceptible and Refractory Strains of Aedes aegypti L. (Vero Beach).
J.s. # 7962

Malick, W.M. and Ward, R. W. Stock Effects and Seasonality in the FCOJ Futures Basis. Journal of
Futures Markets J.S. # 7452

Malven, P. V.; Head, H. H. and Collier, R. J. Secretion and Mammary Gland Uptake of Prolactin in
Dairy Cows During Lactoqenesis. J. of Dairy Science J.S. # 7820

Malven, P. V.; Head, H. H. and Collier, R. J. Secretion and Mammary Gland Uptake of Prolactin in
Dairy Cows During Lactogenesis. J. of Dairy Science J.S. # 8256

Malven, P. V.; Head, H. H.j Buonomo, F. C. and Collier, R. J. Periparturient Changes in Secretion
and Maary Uptake of Insulin and in Concentations of Insulin and Insulin-Like Growth Factors in
Milk of Dairy Cows. J. of Dairy Science J.S. # 7947

Marshall, D. L. Facutly Burnout in Academe. Food Technology J.S. # 8255

Marshall, T. T.; Hargrove, D. D. and Olson, T. A. Heterosis and Additive Breed Effects on Feedlot
and Carcass Traits from Crossing Angus and Brown Swiss. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 7482

Martsolf, J. D.; Wiltbank, W. J.; Hannah, H. E.; Fernandez, R. T.; Bucklin, R. A. and Datta, A.
Freeze Protection Potential of Windbreaks. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7864

Masaki, S. and Walker, T. J. Cricket Life cycles. Evolutional Biology J.S. # 7750

Matthews, R. F. and Braddock, R. J. Recovery and Utilization of Essential Oil from Oranges. Food
Technology J.S. # 7725

Mauk, C. S.; Bausher, M. G. and Yelenosky, G. Physiological Effects of Temperature and Growth
Requlatoss on Foliar Chlorophyll, Soluble Protein and Cold Hardiness in Citrus. Plant Growth
Regulation J.S. 7446

Mauk, C. S.; Witt, W.; Yelenosky, G.; Bausher, M. G. and Mayer, R. T. The Physiology of Cold
Hardiness in Citrus Genotypes. Plant Physiology J.S. 8136


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Maynard, D. N. and Howe, T. K. Evaluation of Specialty Vegetable Crops for Production in West
Central Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Sci. J.S. # 7610

Maynard, D. N.; Howe, T. K. and Hochauth, G. J. Evaluation of Snowpea Cultivars, In-row Spacing
and Supplemental N Fertilization. Proc. Trop. Reg. An. Soc. Hort. Sci. J.S. # 7442

McCollum, T. G. Soluble Sugar Composition and Invertase Activity During Muskmelon Fruit
Development. Am. Soc. Hert. Sci. J.S. 8129

McConnell, D. B. and Short, D. E. Efficacy of Fertilizer-Insecticide Spikes in Foliage Plant
Production. Fla. State Hort, Soc. .S. # 7813

McDowell, K. J.; Sharp, D. C. and Grubaugh, W. R. Comparison of Progesterone Versus Progeeterone
and Oestrogen on Total and Specific Uterine Proteins in Pony Mares. Reproduction and Fertility
J.S. 9 7782

McDowell, L. R. Assessment of Mineral Status of Grazing Ruminants. Journal of Animal Science
J.S. # 7456


McGowan, C. and Donkldson, W,. Effect of Lead Toxicity on the Organ Concentration of Glutathione
and Glutathione-Related Free Amino Acids in the Chick. J.S. # 7940

McGuire, R. G. and Jones, J. B. Epiphytic Populations of Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria on
Florida-Gromn Toato Cultivars. Plant Disease J.S. # 7608

McKellar, M. A.; Buchanan, D. W. and Campbell, C. W. Avocado Cold Hardiness and Frost Stress
Tolerance. J.S. # 7917

McKendree, Jr., B. and Smith, R. C. Inhibition by White Light of 86 Rb+ Absorption in the Apex of
Corn. Am. Journal of Botany J.S. # 7467

McMillan, Jr., R. T. Serious Diseases of Tropical Fruits in Florida. J.S. # 7890

McSorley, R.; Arnett, J. D.; Boat, S. C.; Carter, W. W.; Hafez, S. and Johnson, A. W. Bibliography
of Estimated Crop Losses in the United States Due to Plant-Parastiic Nematodes. Applied Nematology
J.S. # 8100


McSorley, R. and Parrado, J. L. Relationship Between Height of Kenaf and Galling by Meloidogyne
incognita. Neoatropica J.S. # 7523

MESorley, R.; McMillan, R. T. and Parrado, J. L. Comparative Control of Soilborne Pests on Tomato
and Pepper by Soil Fumigation. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7699

McSorley, R.; Parrado, J. L.; Tyson, R. V. and Reynolds, J. S. Effect of Criconerella onoensis on
Potato. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 7458

McSorley, R.; Parrado, J. L.; Tyson, R. V.; Waddill, V. H.; Lamberts, M. L. and Reynolds, J. S.
Effect of Sorghum Cropping Practices on Winter Potato Production. Am. Soc. Hart. Sci. J.S. # 7631

Medina, 0. A.; Sylvia, D. M. and Kretschmer, Jr., A. E. Growth Response to Siratro to Inoculation
with VA Nycorrhizal Fungi in Native Soil. II. Selection of Effective VA Mycorrhizal Fungi. Soil
Science Society J.S. # 8216

Medina, 0. A.; Sylvia, D. N. and Kretschner, Jr., A. E. Growth Response to Siratro to Inoculation


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with VA Mycorrhizal Fungi in Native Soil. II. Efficacy of Selected VA Mycorrhizal Fungi at
Different P Levels. Soil Science Society J.S. # 8217

Meerow, A. W. Phenetic, Chromosomal, and Genetic Variation Between Two Syspatric Species of
Eucharis (Amaryllidaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution J.S. # 7640

Meerow, A. W. Cladistic Relationships of Eucharis and Caliphruria (Amaryllidaceae), An Argument
for Paraphyletic Genera. Systematic Botany J.S. # 7745

Meerow, A. W. Chromosome Cytology'of Eucharis, Caliphruria, and Urceolin (Amaryllidaceae).
American Journal of Botany J.S. # 7601

Meerow, A. W. A Monograph of Eucharis and Caliphruria (Amaryllidaceae). Systematic Botany
Monographs J.S. # 7795

Meerow, A. W. Phenetic, Chromosomal, and Genetic Variation Among Tetraoloid Eucharis
(Amaryllidaceae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden J.S. # 7537

Meerow, A. W. The Identities and Systematic Relationships of Mathieua Klotzsch and Plagiolirion
Baker (Amaryllidaceae). Taxon J.S. # 7538

Meerow, A. W. and Dehgan, B. Pollen Morphology of the Euchareae (Amaryllidaceae). GRANA
J.S. # 7727


Meijor, L. E. and Sutton, D. L. Influence of Plant Position on Growth of Duckweed. Journ. of
Aquatic Plant Management J.S. # 7749

Meister, C. W. Current Status of IR-4 Projects for Tropical Fruits in Florida. Fla. State Hort.
Soc. J.S. # 7984

Mersie, W. and Singh, M.' Allelopathic Effect of Parthenium (Parthenium hysterphorus L.) Extract
and Residue on Some Agronomic Crops and Weeds. Journal of Chemical Ecology J.S. # 7506

Mersie, W. and Singh, M. Effects of Allelochemicals and Parthenium (Parthenium hysterophorus)
Extracts on Growth, Ion Uptake, and Chlorophyll Content of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum). Weed
Science J.S. # 8178

Mersie, W. and Singh, M. Comparison of Norflurazon Absorption by Excised Roots of Three Plant
Species. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology J.S. # 7823

Meskimen, G. F.; Rockwood, D. L. and Reddy, K. V. Development of Eucalyptus Clones for a Summer
Rainfall Environment with Periodic Severe Frosts. New Forests J.S. # 8080

Miles, C. J. and Moy*, H. A. Extraction of Glyphosate Herbicide from Soil and Clay and
Determination of Residues in Soils. Agr. and Food Chemistry J.S. # 8041

Miles, C. J. and Moye, H. A. Confirmation of Temik Residues by HPLC: Separation of Aldicarb,
Aldicarb Sulfoxide and Aldicarb Sulfone on Unmodified Silica with Reversed Phase Eluents. Assoc.
of Official Analytical Chemists J.S. # 7^17

Miles, C. J. and Moye, H. A. Post-Column Photolysis of Pesticides for Flurometric Determination by
High Performance Liquid Chromatography. Analytical Chemistry J.S. # 8138

Miles, R. D.; Harms, R. H. and Luarent, S. M. Influence of Sodium Zeolite A (Ethacal TM) on Laying


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Hen Performance.. Nutrition Reports International J.S. # 7399

Miles, R. D.; Harms, R. H. and Ruiz, N. Factors Influencing the Response of Methionine Choline and
Inorganic Sulfate Supplementation to Practical Poultry Diets. The Professional Animal Scientist
J.S. # 7552


Miles, R. D.; Janky, D. M. and Harms, R. H. Enhancement of Pigmentation in Broilers Fed Milo Based
Diets Containing Virginiamycin. J.S. # 7886

Miller, W. M. Mechanical and Physical Properties for Postharavest Handling on Florida Citrus.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7686

Miller, W. M.; Peleg, K. and Briggs, P. Computer-Based Inspection of Freeze-Damaged Citrus. Food
Engineering J.S. # 8029

Million, J. B.; Sartain, J. B.; Forbes, R. B. and Usherwood, N. R. Effects of K Scheduling on
Soybean Multicropped with Sweetcorn and Cabbage: II. Soybean Nodulation, Root Growth, Pod
Formation and K a N Composition. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 7626

Millis, D. L.; Ott, E. A.; Asquith, R. L.; Ammerman, C. 8. and Lieb, S. L. Influence of Exercise
and Training on Bone Development in Yearling Horses. Equine Vet. Sci. J.S. # 7424

Milon, J. W. Interdependent Risk and Institutional Coordination for Nonpoint Externalities in
Groundwater. Am. Journal of Agricultural Economics J.S. # 7428

Milon, J. W. Optimizing Nonpoint Source Controls in Water Quality Regulation. Water Resources
Bulletin J.S. # 7737

Mishoe, 1. W.; Boote,. K. J. and Jones, J. W. Development of a Soybean Crop Model for Yield
Prediction. Agricultural Systems J.S. # 7562

Mislevy, P.; Boote, K. J. and Martin, F. G. Soybean Response to Gibberellic Acid: I Rates. Crop
Science Society of America J.S. # 7681

Mitchell, C. C. and Blue, W. G. Bahigrass Response to Sulfur on an Aeric Haplaquod. Soil Science
Society of America J.S. # 7654

Mitchell, D. J.; Kannwischer-Mitchell, M. E. and Dickson, D. W. A Semi-Selective Medium for the
Isolation of Paecilomyces Lilacinus from Soil. The Journal of Nematology J.S. # 7561

Mizell, R. F. Nondestructive Trap.for Study of Sessile Insects and their Natural Enemies. The
Florida Entomologist J.S. # 8099

Mizell, R. F. and Schiffhauer, D. E. Trunk Traps and Overwintering Predators in Pecan Orchards:
Survey of Species and Emergence Times. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 7440

Mizell, R. F.; Martin, F. G. and Andersen, P. C. Pecan Nursery Stock: Models of Height and
Diameter Growth and Impact of Pecan Bud Moth, Gretchena Bolliana (Lepidoptera: Tortric dae).
Environmental Entomology J.S. # 7414

Moore, G. A. and Castle, W. S. Morphologiccal and Isozymic Analysis of Open-Polluated Citrus
Rootstock Populations. J.S. # 7935

Moorhead, K. K.; Graetz, D. A. and Reddy, K. R. Decomposition of Fresh and Anaerobically Digested


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Moorhead, K. I.; Reddy, K. R. and Graetz, D. A. Nitrogen Cycling in an Integrated "Biomass for
Energy" System. Aquatic Plants J.S. # 7713


Morrow, B. J. and Boucias, D. G. Comparative Analysis of the In Vitro Growth of the Hyphal Body
and Mycelial Stage of the Entomopathogenic Fungus, Nomurea rileyi. Journ. of Invertebrate
Pathology J.s. # 8234

Morrow, B. J.; Pendland, J. C. and Boucias, D. G. Entomophaga aulicae in Tomato Hornworm, Manduca
quinquemaculata. Invertebrate Pathology J.S. # 8177

Morse, D.; DeLorenzo, M. A.; Natzke, R. P. and Bray, D. R. Factors Affecting Days of Discarded
Milk Due to Clinical Mastitis and Subsequent Cost of Discarded Milk. Journal of Dairy Science
J.S. # 7658


Morse, D.; DeLorenzo, M. A.; Natzke, R. P. and Bray, D. R. Characterization of Clinical Mastitis
Records from One Herd in a Subtropical Environment. J. of Dairy Science J.S. # 7615

Morse, D.; DeLorenso, M. A.; Wilcox, C. J.; Collier, R. J.; Natzke, R. P. and Bray, D. R. Climatic
Effects on Occurrence of Clinical Mastitis. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 8208

Morse, D.; DeLorenzo, M. A.; Wilcox, C. J.; Natzke, R. P. and Bray, D. R. Occurrence and
Recurrence of Clinical Mastitis. J. of Dairy Science J.S. # 7614


Mortensen, J. A. and Gray, D. J. 'Orlando Seedless' Grape. HortScience J.S. # 7490

Moseley, A.; Spreen, T. H. and Pheasant, J. W. A Mixed-Integer Programming Analysis of the
Structure of a Florida-Based Cattle Feeding Industry. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics
J.S. # 7553


Moye, H. A. and Malagodi, M. H. Levels of Airborne Chlordane and Chlorpyrifos in Two Plenum
Houses:Saranex S-15 as a Vapor Barrier. Environmental Contamination and Toxicology J.S. # 8027

Moye, H. A.; Malagodi, M. H.; Yoh, J.; Leibee, G. L.; Ku, C. C. and Wislock, P. G. Residues of
Avermectin Bla in Rotational Crops and Soils Following Soil Treatment with 14C-Avermectin Bla.
Agricultural and Food Chemistry J.S. # 8032

Muchow, R. C.; Sinclair,.T. R.; Bennett, J. M. and Hammond, L. C. Response of Leaf Growth Leaf
Nitrogen and Stomatal Conductance to Water Deficits During Vegetative Growth of Field-Grown
Soybean. Crop Science J.S. # 7476


Muir, J. P. and Pitman, W. D. Effects of Seed Treatments on Germination of the Florida Range
Legume Galactia elliottii. J. Range Management J.S. # 7728

Muir, J. P. and Pitman. W. D. Response of the Florida Range Legume Galactia elliottii to Shade.
J. of Range Management J.S. # 7831

Mulkey, D. and Clouser, R. L. Market and Market-Institutional Perspectives on the Agricultural
Land Preservation Issue. Growth and Change r J.S. 7775

Mulkey, D. and Hagey, E. Input/Market Linkages and Organizational Structure: An Empirical Study.
Reivew of Regional Studies J.S. # 7606


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Mullins, J. T. and NeSmith, C. C. Acceleration of the Rate of Ethanol Fermentation in Grain
Sorghum Containing High Levels of Tannins. Biotechnology and Bioengineering J.S. # 7613

Muraro, R. P. and Fairchild, G. F. Economic Implications of the Caribbean Basin Initiative for
Florida Citrus. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7736

Murray, M. K.; Segerson, E. C.; Hansen, P. J.; Bazer, F. W. and Roberts, R. M. Suppression of
Lymphocyte Activation by a High-Molecular-Weight Glycoprotein, Trophoiimunostatin, Secreted from
Preimplantation Ovine and Porcine Conceptuses. J. of Reproduction and Fertility J.S. # 7633

Myer, R. 0. and Barnett, R. D. Evaluation of Purple-seeded, High-protein, Soft Wheats in Diets for
Young, Growing Swine. Nutrition Reports International J.S. # 7535

Myer, R. 0.; Barnett, R. D. and Combs, G. E. Evaluation of 'Florida 201' Triticale as a Feed Grain
in Swine Diets. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 8011

Myers, M. L. and Hubbell, D. H. Plant Cell Wall Carbohydrates as Substrates for Asospirillum
brasilense. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 8250

Myers, 0. B.; Marion, W. R.; O'Meara, T. 5. and Roessler, C. E. Radium-226 in Bones of Wetland
Birds and Resultant Radioactive Dose. Journal of Wildlife Management J.S. # 8245

Myhre, D. L.; Lin, S.; Yuan, T. L. and Martin, H. W. Influence of Extractants for Estimating
Potentially Reactive Aluminum in Spodosols. J.S. 7957

Nayar, J. K. and Bradley, T.J. The Effects of Infection with Dirofilaria immitis (Dog Heartworm)
on Diuresis and Oocyte Development in Mosquitoes, Aedes taeniorhynchus and Anopheles
quadrimaculatus. Medical Entomology J.S. # 7846

Nigg, H. N. and Stamper, J.. H. Field Evaluation of Protective Clothing: Experimental Designs.
J.S. # 7946

Nixon, A. J. and Stashak, T. S. Laminectomy for Relief of Atlantoaxial.Subluxation in the Horse.
Am. Vet. Med. Assoc. J.S. # 8038


Nixon, A. J.; Adams, M. R. and Teigland, M. B. Bilateral Subchondral Cystic Lesions
(Osteochondrosis) of the Femoral Heads in a Horse. J.S. # 7894

Noling, J. W. Partitioning Crop Losses. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 7642

Norden, A. J.; Gorbet, D. W.; Knauft, D. A. and Young, C. T. Variability in Oil Quality Among
Peanut Genotypes in the Florida Breeding Program. Peanut Science J.S. # 7468

Norden, A. J.; Knauft, D. A. and Gorbet, D. W. A Dominant Gene for White Seedcoat in Peanut
(Arachis hpoqaea L.). The Journal of Heredity J.S. # 7469

O'Connor, A. M.; Beede, D. K. and Wilcox, C. J. Effects of Dietary Plus Intraruminal
Administration of Magnesium, Potassium, Sdium on Renal Excretion of Macrominerals by Lactating
Dairy Cows. J. of Nutrition J.S. # 7827

O'Connor, A. M.; Beede, D. K. and Wilcox, C. J. Lactational Responses to Added Dietary Magnesium,
Potassium, and Sodium During Winter in Florida. Journ. of Dairy Science J.S. # 7748

O'Connor, A. M.; Beede, D. K. and Wilcox, C. J. Effects of Dietary Plus Intraruminal


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Administration of Magnesium, Potassium, and Sodium on Apparent Disappearance of Macrominearls frm
the Rumens of Lactating Dairy Cows. J. of Nutrition J.S. # 7828

O'Meara, G. F.; Vose, F. E. and Carlson, D. B. Seasonal and Environmental Factors Influencing
Oviposition by Culex (Culex) Mosquitoes into Two Types of Traps. Journal of Medical Entomology
J.S. # 8006


O'Meara, T. E. and Marion, W. R. Habitat Evaluation for the Cape Sable Sparrow in East Everglades.
Southeastern Assoc. Fish and Wildlife Agencies J.S. # 8188

O'Neil, R. J. and Stimac, J. L. Measurement and Analysis of Arthropod Predation on Velvetbean
Caterpillar, Anticarsia gemmatalis Hubner (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae), in Soybeans. Environmental
Entomology J.S. # 8190


O'Neil, R. J. and Stimac, J. L. A Model of Arthropod Predation in Soybeans. Environmental
Entomology J.S. # 8130

O'Neil, R. J.; Andrews, K.; Barfield, C. S. and Sobrado, C. A Sampling for Fall Armyworm,
Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E. Smith), (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae) in Maize. J.S. # 7913

Odell, G. B. and Cantliffe, D. J. Stand Establishment of Direct-Seeded Tomatoes Under Heat Stress.
Internat. Soc. Hort. Science J.S. # 8058


Odell, G. B. and Cantliffe, D. J. Seed Priming Procedures and the Effect of Subsequent Storage on
the Germination of Fresh Market Tomato Seed. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7639

Osborne, L. S. Biological Control of Tetranychus urticae Koch Attacking Ornamentals in the
Southern United States. Bulletin Southern Experiment Station Directors J.S. # 7747

Osborne, L. S. Biological Controlof Tetranychus Urticae Koch on Ornamental Foliage Plants in
Florida. Proc. OILB/SROP Meeting in Budapest, Hungary J.S. # 7721


Osborne, L. S. Management of Arthropods Attacking Ornamental Foliage Plants in Florida. Proc.
Internat. Radioisotope Short Course J.S. # 7746

Osman, Y. A. and Ingram, L. O. Mutants of Zymomonas mobilis with an Increased Rate of Alcohol
Production. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 7668

Ou, L. T. and Street, J. J. Microbial Enhancement of Hydrazine Degradation in Soil and Water.
Environmental Contamination and Toxicology Bulletin J.S. # 7866

Ou, L.-T. Microbial Degradation of Hydrazine. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 7677

Ou, L.-T.; Rao, P. S. C.; Edvardsson, K. S. V.; Jessup, R. E.; Hornsby, A. G. and Jones, R. L.
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Ouart, M. D.; Damron, B. L.; Mather F. B. and Marion, J. E. Nutritional Management of Heat
Stressed Broilers. Nutrition Reports International J.S. # 7420

Overman, A. J. and Jones, J. P. Soil Solarization, Reaction, and Fumigation Effects on
Double-Cropped Tomato Under Full-Bed Mulch. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7778

Overman, A. J.; Csisinszky, A. A.; Jones, J. P. and Stanley, C. D. Efficacy of Metam Sodium
Applied via Drip Irrigation on Tomato. Soil & Crop Science J.S. # 8024


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Overman, A. R.; Angley, E. A. and Wilkinson, S. R. Validation of an Empirical Model of Coastal
Bermudagrass Production. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers J.S. # 8140

Overman, A. R.; Angley, E. A. and Wilkinson, S. R. Mechanistic Model of Coastal Bermudagrass
Production. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers J.S. # 8201


Overman, A. R.; Angley, E. A. and Wilkinson, S. R. An Empirical Model of Coastal Bermudagrass
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Owusu-Yaw, J.; Marshall, M. R.; Koburger, J. A. and Wei, C. I. Non-Thermal Inactivation of
Pectinesterase from Single Strength Orange Juice. J. Food Science J.S. # 7800

Ozias-Akins, P.; Pring, D. R. and Vasil, I. K. Rearrangements in the Mitochondrial Genome of
Somatic Hybrid Cell Lines of Pennisetum americanum (L.) K. Schum. + Panicum maximum Jacq..
Theoretical and Applied Genetics J.S. # 7848


Palmore, W. P. Acidosis and Death in Experimental Rabbits Administered Acepromazine, Ketamine and
Xylasine. J.S. # 7943

Parsons, L. R. and Wheaton, T. A. Microsprinkler Irrigation for Freeze Protection: Evaporative
Cooling and Height of Protection in an Advective Freeze. Am. Soc. oHrt. Sci. J.S. # 7791

Parvez, A. Q.; Gardner, F. P. and Boote, K. J. Vegetative and Reproductive Growth of Determinate
and Indeterminate Soybean as Influenced by Planting Pattern, Density and Date. Crop Science
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Passoa, S. and Habeck, D. H. A Description of the Larva and Pupa of Rupela albinella (Cramer), a
Pest of Rice in Latin America (Pyralidae: Schoenobiinae). Florida Entomologist J.S. # 7816


Patton, J. E. and Judd, W. S. A Phenological Study of 20 Vascular Plant Species Occurring on the
Paynes Prairie Basin, Alachua County, Florida. Castanea J.S. # 7595

Paul, A. L.; Vasil, V.; Vasil, I. and Ferl, R. Constitutive and Anaerobically Induced DNase-l
Hypersensitive Sites in the 5' Region in the Maize Adhl Gene. Proc. Nat. Academy of Sci.
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Pelosi, R. R.; Cohen, M. and Sonoda, R. M. Virulence of CTV, Not Affected by Passage through
Temple Orange. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7691

Pena, J. E. Status of Pests of Minor Tropical Fruit Crops in South Floirda. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J.S. # 7768


Pena, J. E.; Baranowski, R. M. and McMillan, Jr., R. T. Prodiplosis longifila (Diptera:
Cecidomyiidae) a New Pest of Citrus in Florida. The Florida Entomologist J.S. # 7853


Pendland, J. C. and Boucias, D. G. The Hyphomycete Sorosporella Syngliocladium from Mole
Cricket, Scapteriscus vicinus. Mycopathologia J.S. # 7789


Perkins-Veazie, P. M.; Cantliffe, D. J. and White, J. M. Techniques to Improve Stands of
Direct-Seeded Cabbage. Internal. Soc. Hort. Science J.S. # 8059

Perkins-Veazie, P. M.; Cantliffe, D. J. and White, J. M. Emergence of Cabbage Seeds Under
Conditions of Temperature Stress When Sown with Gels and Soil Amendments. HortScience J.S. # 7449


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Perkins-Veasie, P. M.; Cantliffe, D. J. and White, J. M. Improvement of Stands of Direct-Seeded
Cabbage Under Heat Stress with Seed Covers. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. J.S. # 7590


Peyton, L.; Lane, T. and Todd, L. Performance in Horses Post Colic Surgery: Responses to a
Questionnaire Survey. Am. Vet. Med. Assoc. J.S. # 7874

Pitman, W. D.; Chambliss, C. G. and Kretschmer, A. E. Response of Tropical Legume Accesions to the
Peninsular Florida Flatwoods Environment and Stocking Rate. J.S. # 7893


Ploetz, R. C. Vegetative Compatibility Among Races of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense. Plant
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Ploetz, R. C.and Shokes, F. M. Infection 9f Different Plant Parts of Soybean Seedlings by Southern
Diaporthe phaseolorum and its Role in the Development of Stem Canker Symptoms. Canadian Journal of
Botany J.S. # 7627

Pluyer, H. R.; Ahmed, E. M. and Wei, C. I. Destruction of Aflatoxins on Peanuts by Oven and
Microwave Roasting. Journal of Food Science J.S. # 7592


Pohronezny, K.; Dankers, W.; Lamberts, M. and Volin, R. Bacterial Leaf Spot of Malanga (Xanthosoma
caracu): A Bacterial Disease of Potential Importance to the Tropical Foliage Industry. Fla. State
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Pohronezny, K.; Francis, J. and Fong, W. Chemical Control of Snap Bean Rust in Florida with
Emphasis on Methods Compatible with Canadian Residue Tolerances. Plant Disease J.S. # 7536

Polopolus, L. C. Agricultural Transition and Implications for Agricultural Economics Extension
Programs: Discussion. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics J.S. # 8093


Polopolus, L. C. The Competitive Position of Southern Commodities in International Markets: A
Synopsis. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics J.S. # 7528


Poole, R. T. and Conover, C. A. Growth of Cissus, Dracaena and Syngonium at Different Fertilizer,
Irrigation and Soil Temperatures. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7704

Prades, M.; Brown, M. P.; Gronwall, R. and Houston, E. A. Pharmacokinetics of Sodium Cephapirin in
Lactating Dairy Cows. American Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. # 8192

Prades, M.; Brown, M.; Gronwall, R. and Houston, E. Body Fluid and Endometrial Concentrations of
Ketoconazole in Mares After Intravenous Injection or Repeated Gavage. J.S. # 7944


Purvis, A. C. Limitation of Alternative Respiratory Pathway Activity in Grapefruit Flavedo Tissue
by Oxygen Availability. Plant Physiology J.S. # 8222

Puts, F. E. and Chai, P. Ecological Studies of Lianas in Lambir National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Journal of Ecology J.S. # 7479


Puts, F. E. and Holbrook N. M. Lateral Shading and Prevention of Swaying Both Influence the
Allometry of Sweetgum Stems. Forest Ecology and Management J.S. # 7574


Quesenberry, K. H. and Dunn, R. A. Variability Among Desmodium spp. for Response to Root-Knot
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Quesenberry, K. H., Ocumpaugh, W. R.; Ruelke, 0. C.; Dunavin, L. S. and Mislevy, P. Registration


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of 'Floralta' Limpograss. Crop Science


Rajasekaran, K.; Hein, M. B. and Vasil, I. K. Endogenous Abscisic Acid and Indole-3-Acetic Acid
and Somatic Embryogenesis in Cultured Leaf Explants of Pennisetum urpureun Schum.: Effects In Vivo
and In Vitro of Glyphosate, Fluridone and Paclobutrazo. Plant Physiology J.S. # 7814

Randall, H. C. and Locascio, S. J. Root Growth and Water Status of Trickle Irrigated Cucumber and
Tomato. Journal of American Society for Horticulture J.S. # 7567

Rao, P. S. C.; Jessup, R. E. and Davidson, J M. Mas Flo and Dispersion. Environmental Chemistry
of Herbicides, Vol. I J.S. # 7774

Rathwell, A. C.; Asbury A. C.; Hansen, P. J. and Archibald, L. F. Reproductive Function of Mares
Given Daily Injections of Prostaglandin F2 Beginning at Day 42 of Pregnancy. Theriogenology
J.S. # 7464


Reddy, K. R. Water Hyacinth [Eichhornia crassipes) (Mart) Solms) Biomass Cropping Systems: I.
Production. Methane frow Biomass-A Systematic Approach J.S. # 7644

Reddy, K. R. and DeBusk, W. F. Nutrient Storage Capabilities of Aquatic and Wetland Plants.
Aquatic Plants for Water Teratment and Resource Recovery J.S. # 7762

Reddy, K. R.; Jessup, R. E. and Rao, P. S. C. Nitrogen Dynamics in a Eutrophic Lake Sediment.
Hydrobiologia J.S. # 8205

Reddy, K. V. and Rockwood, D. L. Breeding Strategies for Coppice Production in a Eucaluptus
grandis Base Population with Four Generations of Selection. Silva Genetica J.S. # 8237

Redford, K. H. and Robinson, J. K. The Game of Choice Patterns of Huntin gin the Neotropics.
American Anthropologist J.S. t079

Rey, J. R. and Crossman, R. A. Physical and Biological Studies of Impounded Marshes Along the
Indian River Lagoon in East-Central Florida. Waterfowl and Wetland Management Along Coastal Zone
of Atlantic Flyway J.S. # 7720

Rhoades, H. L. Effects of Hoplolaimus galeatus on Ten Vegetable Crops in Florida. Nematropica
J.S. i 8235

Rhoads, F. M. and Bennett, J. M. Corn Irrigation. Irrigation of Agricultural Crops J.S. # 8160

Rhoads, F. M. and Manning, A. Short Term N Uptake by Maize with Variable Intervals Between N
Application and Leaching. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 8015

Rhue, R. D. and Mansell, R. S. The Effect of pH on Na-Ca and K-Ca Exchange Selectivity for Cecil
Sandy Loam Soil. Soil Science Society of America J.S. # 8256

Rieger, M. Light Intensity, Trunk Temperature and Sprouting of Wrapped and Unwrapped Young
'Hamlim' Orange Trees Following a Freeze. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7577

Rieger, M.; Davies, F. S. and Jackson, L. K. Microclimate of Young Citrus Trees Protected by
Microsprinkler Irrigation During Freeze Conditions. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 8240


Riekerk, H. Silviculture and Pine Flatwoods Hydrology. Water Resources Research J.S. # 7995


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Riffle, M. S.; Brecke, B. J.; Tee*, D. H. and Gorbot, 0. W. Herbicide Tolerance of Peanut (Arachis
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Rivard, C. J.; Bordeaux, F.; Henson, J. M. and Smith, P. H. Effects of Addition of Soluble
oxidants on the Thermophilic Anaerobic Digestion of Bionass. Applied Biochemistry and
Biotechnology J.S. 8238

Roberts, D. A. Student Ratings of Elementary Plant Pathology and its Instructor Correlated with
Student Grades. Plant Disease J.S. # 7676

Roberts, R. M.; Raub, T. J. and Baser, F. W. Role of Utaroferrin in Transplacental Iron Transport
in the Pig. Federation Proceedings J.3. # 7466

Rockwood, D. L.; Blakesle,, G. M.; Lowerts, G. A.; Underhill, E. M. and Oak, S. W. Genetic
Strategies for Reducing Pitch Canker Incidence in Slash Pine. Southern J. of Applied Forestry
J.S. 1 8124


Rockvood, D. L.; Reddy, K. V.; Warrag, B. I. and Coner, C. W. Development of Eucalyptus amplifolia
for Wody Biomass Production. Australian Forest Research J.S. 8156

Romero, P. and Van Horn, H. H. Utilization of Florida 77 Alfalfa and Floriqraze Perennial Peanut:
effects of Forage: Concentrate Ratio and Diet Protein Percent on Milk Yield and Composition from
Moderate to Low Producing Cows. J. of Dairy Science J.3. # 7764

Romero, F.; Van Horn, H. H.; Prine, 0. M. and French, 3. C. Effect of Cutting Interval Upon Yield,
Composition and Digestibility of Florida 77 Alfalfa and Florigrase Rhisoma Peanut. Animal Science
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Roeick, T. L.; Lindsay, J. A. and Busta, F. F. A Visual D R Probe for Detection of Enterotoxigenic
sacheiichia coli by Colony Hybridization. Applied Microbiology J.S. 8195

Ruble, a. W. and Davis, J. S. Soil Algae from Fallow Potato Fields in South Florida Marl.
J.S. 7 7937


Ruix, N. and Harms, R. H. Pantothenic Acid Studies with Turkey Poults. Poultry Science
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Ruit, N. and Harm, R. H. The Riboflavin Requirement of Broiler Chicks Fed a Corn-Soybean Diet.
Poultry Science J.S. # 8010

Ruix, N. and Harm, R. H. Niacin Requirement of TurkeyPoults Fed a Corn-Soybean Meal Diet.
Poultry Science J.S. # 7965

Ruis, N. and Harm, R. H. Comparison of the Biopotencies of Niacin and Niacinamide for Broiler
Chicks. British Poultry Science J.S. # 8074

Rushing, J. W. and Huber, D. J. Effects of NaCI, pH, and Calcium on Autolysis of Isolated Tomato
Fruit Cell Walls. Physiologia Plantarum J.S. 1 7568

Salyani, N.; Hedden, S. L. and Edwards, G. J. Deposition Efficiency of Different Droplet Sizes for
Citrus Spraying. Am. Soc. Agr. Eng. J.S. I 7977

Samielson, D. A. Benny, 0. L.; and Kimbrough, J. W. Ultrastructure of Ascospore Ornamentation in
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Sandler, H. A.; Tinmer, L. W. and Graham, J. H. Timing of Application of Metalaxyl and
Fosetyl-Aluaium for Control of Phytophthora Foot Rot. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. 8 7786


Schaffer, 8.; Larson, K. D.; Snyder, 0. H. and Sanches, C. A. Identification of Mineral
Limitations. Associated with 'Manqo Decline' by DRIS. Am. Soc. Hort. Science J.S. # 8165

Schaffer, B.; Pena, J. 8. and Lara, S. P. Net Photosynthesis, Transpiration, and Stomatal
Conductance of Avocado Red Mites. Florida Entomologist J.S. 8014

Schaffer, B.: Rames, L. and Lara, S. P. Effect of Sink Removal on Starch Accumlation and Gas
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Scheffrahn, R. H. and Su, N.-Y. A Norld List of Species in the Genus Amitermes
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Scheffrahn, R. H.; Hs, R. -C.; Su, N.-Y. and Toth, J. P. Composition of Adult Metathoracic Gland
Secretions from Three Species of Burrower Bugs (Heniptera:Cydnidae) in Florida. Entomological
Science J.S. 8023

Scheffrahn, R. r.; eHsu, R.-C.; Su, N.-Y.; Huffuan, J. 8.; Midland, S. L. and Sins, J. J.
Allelocheaical Resistance of Baldcypress, Taxodium distichum, Heartwood to the Subterranean
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Scheffrahb, R. H.; Osbrink, W. L. A.; Hau, R.-C. and Su, 3.-Y. Transient Desorption of Residual
Sulfuryl Fluoride from Structural and Household Commodities by Headspace Analysis. Bull.
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Scheffrahn, R. H.; Su, N.-T. and Osbrink, W. L. A. Precise Dosage Delivery Method for Sulfuryl
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Scheffrahn, R. 1.; Su, N.-T.; SisM, J. J. and El-Sayed, A. M. K. Composition and Ant-Repellent
Activity of the Soldier Defensive Secretion of the Palearctic Desert Termite, Amitermes desertosum
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Schmidt, .G. M.; Smajstrla, A. G. and Zaxueta, F. S. Estimating Potential Evapotranspiration from
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Schaeider, P. L.; Beede, D. K. and Wilcox, C. J. Nycterophmeral Patterns of Acid-Bse Status,
Mineral Metabolism and Digestive Function of Lactating Dairy Cows in Natural of Chamber Heat Stress
Environmats. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 7683

Schneider, P. L.; Beede, 0. K. and Wilcox, C. J. Effects of Supplemental Potassium and Chloride
Salts on Ruainal Turnover Rates Acid-Base and Mineral Status of Lactating Dairy Cows During Heat
Stress. Journal of Animal Science J.S. 0 7684

Schramm, Jr., H. L.; Kirka, K. J. and Hoyer, M. V. Epiphytic Macroinvertebrates on Dominant
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Schultheis, D. J. and Cantliffe, 0. J. Improved Stand Establishment in Pepper with Gel Mix
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Schultheis, J. R.; Cantliffe, 0. J.; Stoffella, P. J. and Bryan, H. H. Planting Methods to Improve
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Schultheis,J. R.; Cantliffe, D. J.; Bryan, H. H. and Stoffella, P. J. Improvement of Plant
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Schuster, D. J. and Taylor, J. L. Residual Activity of Abamectin Against Liriomyza trifolii
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Schuster, D. J. and Taylor, J. L. Longevity & Oviposition of Adult Liriomyza trifolii
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Scott, J. W. and Jones, J. P. Monogenic Resistance in Touto to Fusarium oxysporum F. sp.
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Scott, J. W.; Volin, R. B.; Bryan, H. H. and Olson, S. M. Use of Hybrids to Develop Heat Tolerant
Tomato Cultivars. Fla. State Hort. Society J.S. # 7832

Seale, D. and Cantliffe, D. J. Improving Stand Establishment in Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) through
Seed Priming and Soil Amendments. Internat. Soc. Hort. Science J.S. # 8060


Seale, D. N. and Cantliffe, D. J. Improved Stand Establishment and Yield of Sand Land Grown
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Seale, Jr., J. L.; Shonkwiler, J. S. Rationality, Price Risk, and Response. So. Journal of
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Segal, D. S.; Neary, D. G.; Best, G. R. and Michael, J. L. Effect of Ditching, Fertilization, and
Herbicide Application on Groundwater Levels and Groundwater Quality in a Flatwood Spodosol.
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Seyfried, M. S. and Rao, P. S. C. Kinetics of Nitrogen Mineralization in Costa Rican Soils: Model
Evaluation and Pretreatment Effects. Plant & Soil J.S. # 8127


Seyfried, M. S. and Rao, P. S. C. Solute Transport in Undisturbed Colums of an Aggregated Tropical
Soil: Preferential Flow Effects. Soil Sci. Soc. J.S. # 8104

Shankland, D. L. and Nigg, H. N. An Environmental Toxicology. The Florida Entomologist


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Sharma, A. K.; Rodrigues, L. A.; Wilcox, C. J.; Collier, R. J.; Bachman, K. C. and Martin, F. G.
Interactions of Climatic Factors Affecting Milk Yield and Composition. Dairy Science J.S. # 7539


Sharp, D. C. and Grubaugh, W. R. The Potential Role of Opioid Peptides in Photoperiodic
Organization of Reproduction in Horses. Progress in Biometeorology


J.S. # 8016


Sharp, D. C. and Grubaugh, W. R. Use of Push-Pull Perfusion Techniques in Studies of Gonadotrophin
Releasing Hormone Secretion in Mares. Reproduction and Fertility J.S. # 7784


Shaw, L. N. Improving Performance of Producer Gas Fueled Engines. Applied Engineering in
Agriculture


Shaw, L. N. Towards Automatic Transplanting Fla. State Hort. Soc.


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Sheehan, T. J.; Barrett, J. E.; Krezdorn, A. H.; Reitz, H. J. and Hochmuth, G. J. Commercial
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Sherman, M.; Paris, H. S. and Allen, J. J. Storability of Summer Squash as Affected by Gene B and
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Shih, S. F. Variation of Daily Rainfall Distribution in South Florida. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers
J.S. 8202


Shih, S. F. Sugarcane Yield, Biomass, Leaf Area, and Water-Use Efficiency. Am. Soc. Agr.
Engineers J.S. 8203

Shih, S. F. and Chen, E. Y. GOES IR and Dummy Variable Techniques for Low Temperature Assessment.
Climate and Applied Meteorology J.S. 8253

Shireman, R. B.; Math; J. and Toth, J. (14C) Acetate Incorporation by Cultured Normal, Familial
Hypercholesterolemia and Down's Syndrome Fibroblasts. Lipid Research J.S, 0 8209

Shonkwiler, J. S. Are Livestock Futures Prices Rational Forecasts. Western Journal of Agr.
Economic J.S. 7662

Shonkwiler, J. S. and Spreen, T. H. The Statistical Significance and Stability of the Hog Cycle.
Southern Journal of Agricultural Econmics J.S. t 7663

Shoup, W. D. and Harrison, T. V. Forecasting and Market Policies of Dairy Equipment Manufacturers.
Applied Engineering in Agriculture J.S. # 8247

Sieburth, P. J. and Marniak, J. E. Growth Characteristics of a Continuous Cell Line from the
Velvetben Caterpillar, Anticarsia gematalis Hubner (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae).. In Vitro
J.S. i 8181


Sieburth, P. J. and Maruniak, J. E. Susceptibility of an Established Cell Line of Anticarsia
geamtalis (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae) to Three Nuclear Poolyhedrosis Viruses. Journal of Invertebrate
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Simpson, B. K.; Marshall, M. R. and Otwell, W. S. Phenoloxidase from Shrimp (Paneus setiferus):
Purification and Some Properties. Agricultural and Food Chemistry J.S. # 7558

Simpson, M. V.; Otwell, W. S. and Marshall, M. R. Analysis of Sulfites in Shrimp Using Rapid
Distillation Followed by Redox Titration. Journal of Food Protection J.S. # 8243

Sims, C. A. and Balbrooks, M. C. Quality Comparison of 'Orlando' Seedless' with 'Thompson
Seedless' Grapes. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7968

Sim, C. A.; Bates, R. P. and Johnson, R. P. Use of Ultrafiltration in the Processing of Muscadine
and Hybrid Wines. Am. Journal of Enology and viticulture J.S. # 8194

Sinclair, T. R.; Muchow, R. C.; Bennett, J. M. and Hammond, L. C. Relative Sensitivity of Nitrogen
and Biomass Accumalation to Drought in Field-Growh Soybean. Crop Science J.S. 7982

Singh, M. and Achhireddy, N. R. The Influence of Lantana on Growth of Various Citrus Rootstocks.
HortScience J.S. 7855

Singh,M.; Bullock, R. C. and Eger, J. E. Compatibility of Lorsban with Several Herbicides as
Tank-Mix. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. 7824

Skean, Jr., J. D. Mecranium neibensis (Melastomataceae), A New Species from Hispaniola. Brittonia


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Skewes, P. A.; Wilson, H. R. and Mather, F. B. Correlations Among Egg Weight, Chick Weight, and
Yolk Sac Weight in Bobwhite Quail. Poultry Science J.S. # 8005

Slaughter, D. C. and Harrell, R. C. Color Vision in Robotic Fruit Harvesting. ASAE J.S. # 8172

Smajstrla, A. G. and Koo, R. C. J. Use of Tensiometers for Citrus Trickle Irrigation Scheduling.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7796

Smajstria, A. G.; Zazueta, F. S. and Schmidt, G. M. Sensitivity of Potential Evapotranspiration to
Four Climatic Variables in Florida. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 7869

Smith A. G. and Pring, D. R. Nucleotide Sequence and Molecular Characterization of a Maize
Mitochondrial Plasmic-Like DNA. Nucleic Acids Research J.S. # 8113

Smith, D. G.; Pring, D. R. and Chourey, P. S. Replication and Amplification of the Small
Mitochondrial DNAs in a Cell Suspension of BMS Sweet Maize. Molecular and General Genetics
J.S. # 8144


Smith, P. H.; Bordeaux, F. M.; Goto, M.; Shiralipour, A.; Wilkie, A. and Andrews, J. F. Microbial
Aspects of Biogas Production. Chapt. in Methane from Biomass-A Systems Approach J.S. # 8019

Smith, P. H.; Bordeaux, F. M.; Goto, M.; Shiralipour, A.; Wilkie, A. and Andrews, J. F. Biological
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Smith, P. J.; Samuelson, 0. A.; Brooks, D. E. and Whitley, R. D. Unconventional Aqueous Humor
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Smith, R. L.; Chowdhury, M. K. U. and Pring, D. R. Mitochondrial DNA Rearrangements in Pennisetum
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Snell, J. M.; Olson, S. M. and Funderburk, J. E. Sweet Potato Flea Beetles and Wireworm Control,
1986. Insecticide and Acaricide Tests J.S. # 7860

Sollenberger, L. E.; Ocumpaugh, W. R.; Euclides, V. P. B.; Moore, J. E.; Quesenberry, K. H. and
Jones, Jr., C. S. Animal Performance on Continuously Stocked 'Pensacola' Bahiagrass and 'Floralta'
Limpograss Pastures. Production Agriculture J.S. # 8210

Sollenberger, L. E.; Prine, G. M.; Ocumpaugh, W. R.; Schank, S. C.; Kalmbacher, R. S. and Jones, C.
S. Dwarf Elephantgrass: A High Quality with Potential in Florida and the Tropics. J.S. # 7904

Sollenberger, L. 0. E.; Moore, J. E.; Quesenberry, K. H. and Beede, P. T. Relationship Between
Canopy Botanical Composition and Diet Selection in Aeschynomeme-Limpograss Pastures. Agronomy
Journal J.S. # 7447

Stall, W. M.; Locascio, S. J.; Shuler, K. D. and Llewellyn, W. Tolrance of Several Cold Crops to
Pre and Postemergence Herbicides on Mineral Soils. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7951

Stampler, J. H.; Nigg, H. M. and Quen, R. M. Dislodgeable Captan Residues at Florida Strawberry
Farms. Chemosphere J.S. # 7787

Stamps, R. H. and Nell, T. A. Pre- and Poststorage Treatment of Cut Leatherleaf Fern Frond with


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Floral Preservatives. Fla. State Hort. Soc.


Stanley, C. D. Evaluation of a Field Method for Estimating the Water Budget of a Seep Subirrigated
Tomato Crop. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7660

Stanley, C. D. and Maynard, D. N. Irrigation of Vegetable Crops. American Society of Agronomy
Monograph J.S. # 8044


Staples, C. R. and Lough, D. S. Efficacy of Supplemental Dietary Buffers for Lactating Dairy Cows.
J. of Dairy Science J.S. # 8076

Staples, C. R.; Emanuel, S.M.; Ventura, M. and Beede, D. K. Effects of New Mineral Buffer on
Lactating Cow Production, Ruminal Environment, and Blood Minerals. Journal of Dairy Science
J.S. # 8231


Start, I. and Barthe, G. A. Problems Connected with the Quantitation of Cytokinins in Plants.
Proc. 13th Annual Plant Growth Reg. Soc. of Am. J.S. # 7470

Stoffella, P. J.; Pelosi, R. R. and Williams, B. J. Potential of Citrus Cowpea Intercropping in
South Florida. Tropical Region Am. Soc. for Hort. Science J.S. # 7696

Stone, K. C.; Smajstrla, A. G. and Zasueta, F. S. Entrapped Air and Ceramic Cup Effects on
Tensiometer Response Times. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 7870

Strangberg, J. 0. Detection of Alternaria Dauci on Carrot Seed. Plant Disease J.S. # 8199


Su, N.-Y. and LaFage, J. P. Initiation of Worker-Soldier Trophallaxis by the Formosan Subterranean
Termite (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae). Behavior Ecology and Sociobiology J.S. # 7641

Su, N.-Y. and LaFage, J. P. Effects of Soldier Proportion on the Wood-Consumption Rate of the
Formosan Subterranean Termi9te (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae). Sociobiology J.S. # 7841

Su, N.-Y. and Scheffrahn, R. H. A Method to Acces, Trap, and Monitor Field Populations of the
Formosan Subterranean Termite (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) in the Urban Environment. Sociobiology
J.S. # 7532


Su, N.-Y. and Scheffrahn, R. H. Toxicity and Feeding Deterrency of a Dihaloalkyl Arylsulfone
Biocide, A-9248 Against the Formosan Subterranean Termite (Isoptera:Rhinotermitidae). Economic
Entomology J.S. # 8227

Su, N.-Y. and Scheffrahn, R. H. Aate Prduction of a Field Colony of the Formosan Subterranean
Termite (Isoptera:Rhinotemitidae). J.S. # 7896

Su, N.-Y. and Schffrahn, R. H. Economically Important Termits in the United States and Their
Control. Termitologia y Patimonio Historico J.S. # 8095

Su, N.-Y. and Tamashiro, M. An Overview of the Formosan Subterranean Termite (Isoptera:
Rhinotermitidae) in the World. Biology, Ecology and Control of the Formosan Subterranean Termite
(Isoptera: Rhinnotermitidae) in the World J.S. # 7515

Sunderlin, R. P.; Hansen, B. F. and Hall, D. W. The Vascular Flora of Central Florida: Taxonomic
and Nomenclatural Changs, Additional Taxa, II. SIDA J.S. # 8229


Sutton, D. L. Comparison of Two Methods for Evaluating Growth of Hydrilla in Sediments from Lake


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J.S. I 7757


Okeechobee. Aquatic Plant Management


Sweeley, K. D. and Wilkinson, R. C. Rearing Trichogramma minutum (Hymenoptera:Trichogrammatidae)
from Dioryctria amatella (Lepidoptera:Pyralidae) Eggs. Env. Ent. J.S. # 8159

Syslo, S. K.; Myhre, D. L. and Harris, W. G. Calcium Sulfate Crystallization Along Citrus Root
Channels in a Florida Soil Exhibiting Acid Sulfate Properties. Soil Science J.S. # 8118

Syvertsen, J. P. Nitrogen Nutrition and Photosynthetic Characteristics of Citrus Leaves.
HortScience J.S. # 7471


Syvertsen, J. P.; Lloyd, J. and Kriedemann, P. E. Salinity and Drought Stress Effects on Ion
Concentration, Water Relations and Photosynthetic Characteristics of Citrus Leaves in the Field.
Australian J. of Agr. Research J.S. # 7845

Tabaeizadeh, Z.; Pring, D. R. and vasil, I. K. Analysis of Mitochondrial DNA from Somatic Hybrids
of Saccharum officinarum (Sugarcane) and Pennisetum americnaum (Pearl Millet). Plant Molecular
Biology J.S. # 8090

Tabaru, Y.; Moriya, K. and All, A. Nuisance Midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) and their Control in
Japan. Am. Mosq. Control Assoc. J.S. # 7718

Tamma, R. V. and Singh, M. Norflurazon Selectivity in Two Biotypes of Guineagrass (Panicum
maximum). Weed Science J.S. 7735

Tarma, R. V.; Singh M. and Nigg, H. N. HPLC Identification of Allelopathic Compounds from Lantana
camera. J.S. # 7906

Tan, C..-T.; Habeck, D. H. and Reinert, J. A. Descriptions and a Key to Some Sode Webworm
(Pyralidae:Lepidoptera). Larvae in Florida. Annals of Entomological. Society of America J.S. # 7862

Tan, H.; Sen, A. C.; Wheeler, W.; Cornell, J. A. and Wei, C. I. A Kinetic Study of the Reaction of
Aqueous Chlorine and Chlorine Dioxide with Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins. Food Science
J.S. # 7821


Tan, H.; Wheeler, W. and Wei, C. I. Reaction of Chlorine Dioxide with Amino Acids and Peptides:
Kinetics and Mutagenicity Studies. Mutation Research J.S. # 7617

Tanner, 0. W. Soils and Vegetation of the Longleaf/Slash Pine Forest Type, Apalachicola National
Forest, Florida. Proc. Symposium on the So. Evaluation Project J.S. # 8254

Tanner, G. W.; Lewis, C. E. and Terry, W. S. Vegetative Responses to Pine Planting Configurations
and Deferred-Rotation Grazing in North Floridda: Woody Plants. Journal for Range Management
J.S. # 7504


Tappan, W. B.; Rose, R. L. and Sparks, T. C. Tobacco Budworm Control and Susceptibility to
Acephate and Methomyl on Flue-Cured Tobacco in Florida. Tobacco Science J.S. # 8117

Taylor, M. G. and Vasil, 1. K. Analysis of DNA Size, Content and Cell Cycle in Leaves of
Napiergrass (Pennisetum purpureum Schum.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics J.S. # 8252

Taylor, S. G.; Dusky, J. A. and Quesenberry, K. H. In Vivo and In Vitro Methods of Identifying
Tolerance of Red Clover to Imazaquin Herbicide. J.S. # 7905


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Teare, I. D. So You Want to be a Reviewer for Agronomy Journal?. Agronomy Journal


Tesh, R. B.; Boshell, J.; Modi, G. B.; Morales, A.; Young, D. G.; Corredor, A.; Carrasquilla, C.
F.; Roddrigues, C.; Walters, L. and Gaitan, M. 0. Natural Infection of Humans, Animals and
Phlebotomine Sand Flies. American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene J.S. # 7534


Tesh, R. B.; Boshell, J.; Young, D. G.; Morales, A.; Modi, G. B. and Carrasquilla, C. F. Biology
of Arboledas Virus, a New Phlebovirus Isolated from Sand Flies in Colombia. American Journal of
Tropical Medicine & Hygiene J.S. # 7533

Thompson, L. D.; Janky, D. M. and Woodward, S. A. Tenderness and Physical Characteristics of
Broiler Breast Fillets Harvested at Various Times from Postmortem Electrically Stimulated
Carcasses. Poultry Science J.S. # 7454

Tiamr, L. W.; Brlansky, R. H.; Graham, J. H.; Agostini, J. P. and Lee, R. F. Effect of Amorphous
Plugs, Filamentous Plugs, and Depth into Trunk Xylem on the Water Flow in Declining and Healthy
Citrus Trees. J.S. # 7920

Tiamer, L. W.; Marois, J. J. and Achor, D. Epiphytic Growth and Survival of Xanthomonads Under
Conditions Nonconducive to Disease Development. Phytopathology J.S. # 7971

Tjia, B. Growth Regulators Effect on Growth and Flowering of Zantedeschia Rehmannii hyb..
HortScience J.S. # 7570

Tjia, B.; Marousky, F. J. and Stamps, R. H. Response of Cut Gerbera Flowers to Fluoridated Water
and a Floral Preservative. HortScience J.S. # 7431

Toth, J. P. and Bardalaye P. C. Open Tubalar Gas Chromatographic Separation and Mass Spectrometric
Detection of Cyromasine and its Metabolite Malamine. J. of Chromatography J.S. # 8146

Toth, J. P. and Gregory, J. F. Analysis of Folacin by GCMS:Structure and Mass Spectra of
Fluorinated Derivatives of Para-Aminobenzoyl Glutamic Acid. J.S. # 7914

Tran, T. 0.; Warnick, A. C.; Hamaond, M. E. and Koger, M. Reproduction in Brahman Cows Calving
First at 2 or 3 Years of Age. Theriologenology J.S. # 7546

Tyson, R. V.; Kostewicz, S. R. Weed Control in Narrow Row Snap Bean Production. Fla. State Hort.
Society J.S. # 7964

Udoguchi, A. and McCloud, D. E. Relationships Between Vegetative Dry Matter and Yield of Three
Soybean Cultivars. Soil & Crop Science Soc. J.S. # 8191


Valentia, J. F.; Ruelke, 0. C. and Prine, G. M. Interplanting of Alfalfa and Rhizoma Peanut. Soil
and Crop Science Society J.S. # 7976

Vallet, J. L.; Baser, F. W. and Roberts, R. M. The Effect of Ovine Trophoblast Protein-One on
Endometrial Protein Secretion and Cyclic Nucleotides. Biology of Reproduction J.S. # 7980

Van Handel, E. The Energy Cost of Adult Emergence of Mosquitoes. Medical and Veterinary
Entomology J.S. # 7879


Van Handel, E. Protein, Lipid, Glycogen and Sugar Content in Three Mosquitoes During Larval
Development. Medical and Veterinary Entomology J.S. # 7564


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Van, T. K.; Steward, K. K. and Conant, Jr. R. D. Responses of Monoecious and Dioecious Hydrilla
(Hydrilla vericillata) to Various Concentrations and Exposures of Diquat. Weed Science
J.S. 7406


VanSickle, J. J. The Development of Computer Aided Marketing in the Produce Industry. Food
Distribution Research Journal J.S. # 7730

Vasil, I. K. Somatic Hybridization in the Gramineae: Triticum monococcum (Einkorn) + Pennisetum
americanum (L.) K. Schum. (Pearl Millet). Plant Physiology J.S. # 8182

Vasil, I. K. Developing Cell and Tissue Culture Sysyems for the Improvement of Cereal and Grass
Crops. Journal of Plant Pathology J.S. # 7690

Verkade, S. D.; McLean, D. P. B. and Shaw, H. G. Effect of Medium Composition and Light Level on
Growth of Radermachera sinica. J.S. # 7918

Wadleigh, R. W. and Yu, S. J. Glutathione Transferase Activity of Fall Armyworm Larvae Toward
Unsaturated Carbonyl Allelochemicals and its Induction by Alelochemicals. Insect Biochemistry
J.S. 7593


Wadleigh, R. W. and Yu, S. J. Detoxification of Isothiocyanate Allelochemicals by Glutathione
Transferase in Three Lepidopterous Species. Journal of Chemical Ecology J.S. # 8085

Walker, T. J. Wing Dimorphism in Gryllus rubens (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Annals Entomological
Society of America J.S. # 7513

Ward, D. B. North American Collections of Lepuropetalon Spathulatum (Saxifragaceae). Phytologia
J.S. # 8122


Washer, N. E. and Collins, M. E. Genesis of Adjacent Morphologically Distinct Soils in Northwest
Florida. Soil Science Soc. Am. J.S. # 7636

Waylen, P.; Chen, E. and Gerber, J. A Method of Predicting the Probability of Cold Spells in
Florida. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7760

Webb, P. G.; Biggs, R. H. and Gander, J. E. In Vivo Enhancement of Citrus Canker Symptomatology by
Xanthan Gum Interaction. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7672

Weber, D. M.; Fields, P. A.; Romrell, L. J.; Tumwasorn, S.; Ball, .B. A.; Drose, M. and Fields, M.
J. Functional Differences Between Small and Large Luteal Cells of the Late Pregnant vs Nonpregnant
Cow. Biology of Reproduction J.S. # 7445

West, R. L. and Myer, R. 0. Carcass and Meat Quality Characteristics and Backfat Fatty Acid
Composition of Swine as Affected by the Consumption of Peanuts Remaining in the Field after
Harvest. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 7581

Waste, L. A.; Osbrink, R. H.; Scheffrahn, N.-Y. and Russ, M. K. Laboratory Comparisons of Sulfuryl
Fluoride Toxicity and Mean Time of Mortality Among Tea Termite Species (Isoptera:Hodotermitidae,
Kalotermitidae, Rhinotermitidae). J.S. # 7897

Whealy, C. A.; Nell, T. A. and Barrett, J. E. Plant Growth Regulator Reduction of Bypass, Shoot
Development in Rhododendron obtusum cv. Gloria. HortScience J.S. # 7979

Wheaton, T. A.; Whitney, J. D.; Castle, W. S. and Tucker, D. P. H. Tree Spacing and Rootstock


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Affect Growth, Yield, Fruit Quality, and Frees* Damage of Young 'Hamlin' and 'Valencia' Orange
Trees. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7783

Whitney, J. D.; Churchill, D. B. and Hedden, S. L. A Five-Year Study of Orange Removal with Trunk
Shakers. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7732


Whitney, J. D.; Churchill, D. B.; Hedden, S. L. and Smerage, G. S. Trunk Shakers for Citrus
Harvesting Part I: Measured Trunk Shaker and Tree Trunk Motion. ASAE J.S. # 8071

Whitney, J. D.; Hedden, S. L.; Churchill, D. B. and Cromwell, R. P. Performance Characteristics of
PTO Airblast Sprayers for Citrus. Fla. State Hart. Soc. J.S. # 7692

Wilfret, G. J. Evaluation of Garden Chrysanthemum Cultivars Grown in Small Containers. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7810


Wilfret, G. J. The Role of the Plant Breeder in the Evaluation and Breeding of New Floricultural
Crops: Acta Horticulturae J.S. # 7551

Wilkie, A.; Goto, M.; Bordeaux, F. M. and Smith, P. H. Enhancement of Anaerobic Methanogenesis
from Napiergrass by Addition of Micronutrients. Biomass J.S. # 7557

Wilkinson, R. C.; Chappelka, A. H. Kraemer, M. E.; Coppel, H. C. and Matsumura, F. Effect of
Height and Host Factors on Responses of Male Redheaded Pine Sawflies (Hymenoptera: Diprionidae) to
Synthetic Pheromone and Virgin Females. Environmental Entomology J.S. # 7508


Willis, C. A. and Teixeira, A. A. Controlled Reduction of Water Activity in Celery: Its Effect on
Membrane Integrity and Biophysical Properties. 'Journal of Food Science J.S. # 7491

Wilson, H. R. and Dugan, V. P. Effect of Early Availability of Feed and Water on Bobwhite Quail
Chicks. J.S. # 7950

Wilson, H. R. and Dugan, V. P. Effect of Early Availability of Feed and Water on Bobwhite Quail
Chicks. Poultry Science J.S. # 7950

Wilson, H. R. and Miles, R. D. Plasma Uric Acid in the Male Chicken: Effect of Feeding Time.
SJ.S. # 7949


Wilson, S. W. and Tsai, J. H. Descriptions of Adults and Numphs of the Taro Planthopper,
Tarophagus proserpina taiwanensis ssp. n., from Taiwan (Homoptera:Delphacidae). PAN Pacific
Insects J.S. # 8200

Wineriter, S. A. and Walker, T. J. Group and Single Rearing of Field Crickets
(Orthoptera:Gryllidae:Gryllinae). Entomological News J.S. # 8063


Wing, J. M.; Van Horn, H. H.; Sklare, S. D. and Harris, Jr., S. Effects of Citrus Molasses
Distillers Solubles and Molasses on Rumen Parameters and Lactation. J. of Dairy Science
J.S. # 7766


Wing, S. R. Cost of Mating in Photinus collustrans (Coleoptera: Lampyridae). American Naturalist
J.S. # 7619


Wise, R. P.; Fliss, A. E.; Pring, D. R. and Ganganbach, B. G. urfl3-T of T Cytoplasm Maize
Mitochondria Encodes a 13 kD Polypeptide Plant Molecular Biology J.S. # 8114


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Wise, R. P.; Pring, D. R. and Genganbach, B. G. Mutation to Male Fertility and Toxin Insensitivity
in T-cytoplasm Maize is Associated with a Frameshift ina Mitochondrial Open Reading Frame. Proc.
Nat. Academy Science J.S. # 7507

Wisler, G. C.; Settler, F. W. and Mu, L. Virus Infections of Vanilla and Other Orchids in French
Polynesia. J.S. # 7911

Witt, W.; Mauk, C. S.; Yelenosky, G.; Bausher, M. G. and Mayer, R. T. The Physiology of Cold
Hardiness Temperatures and Plant Growth Regulators on Glycoprotein and Isoensyme Profiles.
Crybiology J.S. # 8137


Witt, W.; Yelensky, G. and Mayer, R. T. Purification of Phospholipase D from Citrus Callus Tissue.
Archives of Biochemistry and Biophyeris J.S. # 8121

Wolfenson, D.; Thatcher, W. W.; Bartol, F. F. and Knickerbocker, J. Effect of Uterine Luminal
Perfusion of PGF2 and PGE2 on Uterine Vasomotor Response and PGF2 Output in Cyclic Cattle. Animal
Reproduction Science J.S. # 7404

Woodard, J. C.; Becker, H. N. and Poulos, P. W. Articular Cartilage Vessels in Swine
Osteochondrasis. Veterinary Pathology J.S. # 7502

Woodard, J. C.; Becker, H. N. and Poulos, P. W. Effect of Diet on Longitudinal Bone Growth and
Osteochondrosis in Swine. Veterinary Pathology J.S. # 7503

Woodward, S. A.; Fluck, R. C.; Ouart, M. D. and Janky, D. The Influence of Wheat in Laying Hen
Diets on Egg Yolk Rupture Strength. Poultry Science J.S. # 7586

Woodward, S. A.; Janky, D. M. and Miller, M. L. Composition, Color, Microbiology and Emulsifying
Capacity of Egg Yolk and Ova Yolk Processed with or without Follicles. Poultry Science
J.S. # 7439


Xiong, 2.; Hiebert, E. and Purcifull, D. E. Genome Mapping of Peanut Mottle Virus by In Vitro
Translation. Phytopathology J.S. # 8039

Xiong, Z.; Purcifull, D. E. and Hiebert, E. Purification, Serology and Cytology of Peanut Mottle
Virus. Phytopathology J.S. # 7717

Yeager, T. H. and Ingram, D. L. Influence of Woodace Briquette Placement and Size on Nitrogen
Release. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7724


Young, D. G. and Morales, A. New Species and Records of Phlebotomine Sand Flies from Columbia
(Diptera:Psychodidae). J. Medical Entomology J.S. # 8135

Young, D. G.; Morales, A.; Kreutzer, R. D.; Alexander, J. B.; Corredor, A. and Tesh, R. B.
Isolations of Leishmania braziliensis from Cryopreserved Colombian Sand Flies
(Diptera:Psychodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology J.S. # 8000

Yu, S. J. Quinone Reductase of Phytophagous Insects and its Induction by Allelochemicals.
Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology J.S. # 7453


Yu, S. J. Biochemical Defense Capacity in the Spined Soldier Bug (Podisus maculiventris and its
Lepidopterous Prey. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology J.S. # 7781

Yu, S. J. Selectivity of Insecticides to the Spined Soldier Bug (Heteroptera:Pentatomidae) and its


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Lepidopetrous Prey. Economic Entomology J.S. # 8115

Zajicek, P. W. and Shoup, W. D. Compensation Plan Assessment Using Conjoint Analysis: A Review of
Basic Tenets and Current Applications. J. of Personal Selling and Sales Management J.S. # 7738


Zajicek, P. W. and Shoup. W. D. Conjoint Analysis of Agricultural Sales Compensation Plan. Applied
Engineering in Agriculture J.S. # 7604


Zasueta, F. S.; Smajstria, A. G. and Clark, G. A. Irrigation Scheduling of Peanuts in Northern
Florida. J.S. # 7954

Zazueta, F. S.; Smajstrla, A. G. and Harrison, D. S. Computer Aided Design of Turf Irrigation
Systems. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J.S. # 7753


Zettler, F. W. ; Tsai, 3. H.; Faan, H. C.; Ke, C. and Lu, K. C. Dasheen Mosaic Virus Infecting Taro
in the People's Republic of China. Plant Disease J.S. # 7751

Zettler, F. W. and Hartman, R,. D. asheen Mosaic Virus as a Pathogen of Cultivated Aroids and its
Control by Tissue Culture. Plant Disease J.S. # 8184

Zimet, D. and Spreen, T. H. A Target MDTAD Analysis of a Crop and Livestock Farm in Jefferson County,
Florida. J.S. # 7584

Zimet, D. J. Characteristics of Successful Vegetable Farmers' Retail Markets.- Fla. State oHrt. Soc.
J.S. 7665


Zimet, D. 3.; Ouart, M. D. and Prichard, D. L. Use of Computer Simulation to Determine the Value of
Broiler Litter as a Cattle Feed Ingredient. Poultry Science J.S. # 8257

Zoebisch, T. G. and Schuster, D. J. Longevity and Fecundity of Liriomyza trifolii
(Diptera:Agromysidae) Exposed to Tomato Foliage and Honeydew in the Laboratory. Environmental
Entomology J.S. # 8206


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BULLETINS AND CIRCULARS


Bulletins


Ahmed, E. M. and Pattee, H. E. Peanut Quality: Its Assurance and Maintenance from the Farm to
End-Product. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.

Christie, S. R.; Purcifull, D. E.; Crawford, W. E. and Ahmed, N. A. Electron Microscopy of Negatively
Stained Clarified Virus Concentrates (CVC) Obtained from Small Tissue Samples with Appendices on
Negative Staining Techniques. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.


Gerber, K.; Smart, Jr., G. C. and Esser, R. P. A Comprehensive Catalogue of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes
Associated with Aquatic and Wetland Plants. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.

Langham, M. R. and McGrail, L. Economics and Environmental Aspects of Aerial and Ground Applications
of Pesticides in Florida Agriculture. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.


Moseley, A.; Spreen, T. H. and Pheasant, J. W. An Analysis of Feeding and Slaughtering Cattle in
Florida. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.


Rockwood, D. L.; Reddy, K. V.; Comer, C. W.; McNab, W. H. and Outcalt, K. W. Weight and Volume
Prediction Equations for Sand Pine Trees in Florida. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.

Snyder, G. H.; Reddy, K. R.; Cherry, R. H.; Good, Jr., J. M.; Strandberg, J. 0. and Dusky, J. A.
Agricultural Flooding of Organic Soils. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.


Sutton, D. L. and Vandiver, Jr., V. V. Triploid Grass Carp: A Tool for Management of Hydrilla and
Other Aquatic Weeds. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.


Beilock, R.; Garrod, P. and Miklius W. The Role of Service and Trip Characteristics in Carrier and
Load Selection. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.


Circulars


Baltensperger, D. D.; Prine, G. M.; Albrecht, K. A.; Dunavin, L. S. and Stanley, R. L. Flame Crimson
Clover. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.


Henny, R. J.; Conover, C. A. and Poole, R. T. 'Victory' Dieffenbachia. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.

Howe, T. K. and Maynard, D. N. Vegetable Variety Trail Results in Florida for 1986. Fla. Agri. Expt.
Station.

Mortensen, J. A. Blanc Du Bois, A Florida Bunch Grape for White Wine. Fla. Agri. Expt. Station.


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1987 EXPERIMENT STATION RESEARCH PROJECTS


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
G. W. ISAACS, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1864

Project. No. Title

AGE01914 Integrated Pest Management of Celery and Other Vegetable
Crops

AGE02055 Soybean Production and Management Simulation Models



AGE02112 Application of Water Quality Models for Agricultural and
Forested Watersheds

AGE02118 Efficient Fertilizer and water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production

AGE02127 Energy Reduction for Crop Production Systems



AGE02154 Biomass Production and Energetic Systems Analyses


AGE02157

AGE02172


AGE02197

AGE02223


AGE02245




AGE02276


AGE02308


AGE02340


AGE02356

AGE02394


AGE02410


AME02480


AGE02486


Harvesting of Microalgae Grown in Wastewater

Methane Production from Biomass and Waste with Low Solid
Contents

Overland Flow of Municipal Wastewater in Florida

Development of Waterhyacinth Harvesting-Handling-Processing
Systems

Heat and Mass Transfer in Fruits and Vegetables During
Postharvest Operations



Agricultural Meteorology and Climatology for Production in
the Southern Region

Substitution of Producer Gas for Fossil Fuel in Citrus Crop
Production

Development of Systems for Harvesting, Handling, and
Marketing Vegetables

Irrigation and Drainage of Citrus on Flatwoods Soils

Energy Analysis of Agricultural Systems


Heat Transfer Modeling of Canned Food Sterilization for
On-Line Computer Control

Optimize Production Efficiency of Animal Housing Systems in
the Southern Region

Utilization of Animal Waste as Energy and Nutrient Souces in
Warm, Humid Climates


Researchers)

G. H. Smerage
3. W. Mishoe

J. W. Jones
J. W. Mishoe
G. S. Smerage

K. L. Campbell


A. B. Bottcher


R. C. Fluck
A. G. Smajstrla
D. S. Harrison

J. W. Mishoe
R. C. Fluck
J. W. Jones

E. P. Lincoln

R. A. Nordstedt


A. R. Overman

L. 0. Bagnall


K. V. Chau
C. D. Baird
J. J. Gaffney
M. T. Talbot

S. F. Shih


L. N. Shaw


L. N. Shaw


A. G. Smajstrla

R. C. Fluck
C. D. Baird

A. A. Teixeira


R. A. Bucklin
P. H. Jones

R. A. Nordstedt
E. P. Lincoln
L. B. Baldwin


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AGE02487 Trickle Irrigation in Humid Regions




AGE02493 Development and Testing of Soybean, Peanut, and Phaseolus
Bean Models

AGE02501 Systems Analysis of Dairy Cattle Production

AGE02508 Improvement of Thermal Processes for Foods

AG0E2522 Multiple Sensing and Algorithm Development for Automatic
Grading of Fresh Citrus

AGE02537 Crop Response to Interactions of Carbon Dioxide Increases
and Environmental Changes

AGE02550 Crop Drying Using Solar Energy


AGE02605 Integrated Pest Management Models and Decision Support
System for the Southern Region


AGE02607 Automatic Control of Field Machine Functions for Increased
Efficiency and Energy Conservation

AGE02615 Hydrologic/Water Quality Modeling of Sediment and Chemical
Movement A. B. Bottcher

AGE02619 The Effects of On-farm Agricultural Practices in the
Organic Soils of the EAA on Phosphorus and Nitrogen
Transport

AGE02646 Bioconversion of Organic Materials to Methane and Other
Useful Products

DEPARTMENT. OF AGRICULTURAL AND EXTENSION EDUCATION
C. E. BEEMAN, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-0502

Project. No. Title

AEE02496 Strategies for Improving Suervised Occupational Experience
Programs (SOEP) in Florida



AEE02610 Assessment of Vocational Agriculture Programs in Florida


DEPARTMENT OF AGRONOMY
C. E. DEAN, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1814

Project. No. Title

AGRO2011 Small Grain Breeding

AGR02013 Genetic Studies of Small Grains and Corn

AGR02026 Growth Regulators to Improve Energy and Production
Efficiency of Crops

AGR02055 Soybean Production and Management Simulation Models


A. G. Smajstrla
F. S. Zazueta
D. H. Burgess
D. Haman

J. W. Jones


G. H. Smerage

A. A. Teixeira

R. C. Harrell


J. W. Jones
J. W. Mishoe

C. D. Baird
M. T. Talbot

J. W. Mishoe
J. W. Jones
W. C. Boggess

R. C. Harrell


K. L. Campbell


A. B. Bottcher



D. P. Chynoweth







Researchers)

J. G. Cheek
C. E. Beeman
M. B. McGhee
L. R. Arrington

J. G. Cheek
C. E. Beeman
M. B. McGhee
L. R. Arrington


Researchers)

P. L. Pfahler

P. L. Pfhaler

M. Wilcox


K. J. Boote


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AGR02072 Field Crop Cultivar Testing








AGR02086 Forage Grass Cytogenetics and Breeding


AGR02108 Soybean Breeding


E.
V.
C.
A.
D.
C.
R.

S.
K.

K.
D.

L.

W.

G.


AGRO2132 Grazing Evaluation of Forages

AGRO2142 Weed Control in Ornamental Crops

AGR02176 Biomass Production from Unconventional Forage Crops and
Introduced Plant Species

AGRO2200 Water Stress Effects on Physiology, Growth and Yield of
Field Crops

AGRO2242 Cultural Strategies for Production of Field Crops



AGR02250 Agronomic and Grazing Potential of Tropical Forage Legumes


AaR02260 Technology Generation for Enterprises on Small Farms in
North Florida

ASR02303 Forage Legume Viruses


AGRO2318

AMO2326




AGR02353


AGR02355


Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement

Plant Gerplasm--Its Introduction, Maintenance and Evaluation

Meloidogyne spp. as Limiting Factors on N2-fixation by
Forage Legume in the Tropics


Development of Napiergrass as a Biomass Crop


Range Rehabilitation and Management


AGR02356 Irrigation and Drainage of Citrus on Flatwoods Soils

AGR02358 Control and Biology of Selected Aquatic Plants in Florida

AGR02377 Florida Sugaracane Nutrition and Soil Fertility Response to
N, P and K

AGR02381 Life History, Population Dynamics, and Interference: A Basis
for Understanding Weed Biology


AGRO2386 Breeding, Selection, Agronomic and Grazing Evaluation of
Tropical Forage Legumes (TAD)

ARO02400 Environmental Factors Influencing Hardseed Expression in
Soybeans (TAD)


S. Homer
E. Green
K. Hiebsch
J. Norden
L. Wright
G. Chambliss
J. Stephenson

C. Schank
H. Quesenberry

Hinson
E. McCloud

E. Sollenberger

L. Currey

M. Prine


J. M.
K. J.

F. P.
V. N.
C. K.

K. H.
G. 0.

E. C.


0. D.
J. R.

R. L.

G. M.

D. D.
K. H.
S. F.

G. M.
S. C.

D. D.
S. H.

L. H.

V. V.

W. C.


W. L.
D. L.
Do G.

K. H.
L. E.

S. H.


Bennett
Boote

Gardner
Schroder
Hiebsch

Quesenberry
Mott

French


Baltensperger
Edwardson

Smith

Prine

Baltensperger
Quesenberry
Pasley

Prine
Schank

Baltensperger
West

Allen

Vandiver

Donovan


Currey
Colvin
Shilling

Quesenbe r ry
Sollenberger

West


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AGR02422 Associative Nitrogen Fixation in Nonleguninous Plants




AGR02436 Investigations for Conversion of Cellulosic Feedstocks into
Monosugars and Lignin

AGR02459 Forage Plant Improvement from New Germplasm Under Varied
Management

AGR02461 Identification and Characterization of Geminiviruses
Occurring in the Caribbean Basin Breeding Improved Germplasm
of Temperate Pature and Forage Legumes





AGR02476 Breeding Improved Germplasm of Temperate Pature and Forage
Legumes


AGR02484 Persistence, Productivity and N Value of Tropical Legumes in
Grass Pastures

AMR02492 Genetic Improvement of Corn

AGR02495 Seed Quality and Viability Maintenance

A3R02507 Investigations of Inclusions Induced by Plant Viruses


AGR02513 Organelle DNA Organization and Cytoplasmic Male Sterility in
Pennisetum

AGR02516 Potyvirus and Cucumovirus Interaction with Forage Legumes
(TAD)

AGR02537 Response of Crops to Interactions of Carbon Dioxide
Increases, Environmental Changes and Soil Moisture
Availability

AGR02539 Environmental and Genotypic Control of Assimilate Allocation
in Crops


AGR02542

AG102545


The Role of Glycoproteins in Regulating Stress in Plants

Genetic Improvement of Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.)


AGR02546 Genetic Improvement of Small Grains

AnR02547 Corn and Small Grain Genetics

AGR02572 Establishment, Response to Defoliation, and Utilization of
N-75 Dwarf Napiergrass

AGR02589 Genetics, Physiology, Ecology and Utilization of Tropical
Forage Legumes L. E. Sollenberger

AGR02613 Molecular Manipulation of Genes

DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
R. L. WEST, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1911

Project. No. Title

ANS01932 Reproductive Physiology of Farm Animals


S,.
R.
S.
M.

F.


C. Schank
L. Smith
L. Albrecht
H. Gaskino

1e Grand


0. C. Ruelke


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J. R. Edwardson
R. G. Christie
S. R. Christie
D. D. Baltensperger
E. S. Homer
K. H. Quesenberry

D. D. Baltensperger
E. S. Horner
K. H. Quesenberry

C. G. Chambliss


E. S. Homer

S. H. West

J. R. Edwardson
R. G. Christie

R. L. Smith


D. D. Baltensperger
J. R. Edwardson

K. J. Boote



K. J. Boote
J. M. Bennett
F. P. Gardner

G. J. Fritz

A. J. Norden
J. A. Knauft

P. L. Pfahler

P. L. Pfahler

L. E. Sollenberger
K. A. Albrecht

K. H. Quesenberry


R. L. Smith





Researchers)

M. J. Fields
A. C. Warnick













ANS02034 Responses to Selection for Predicted Growth Curve Parameters



ANS02073 Breeding Methods for Beef Cattle in the Southern Region

ANSO2083 Creep Feeding System, Growth Stimulant and Breed Effects on
Weaning Performance and Reproduction

ANS02103 Cool Season Annual Pastures Following Early Soybeans for
Growing Beef Calves

ANS02106 Progesterone Induced Proteins in the Pregnant Uterus


ANS02115 The Senepol Breed as a Genetic Resource for Beef Production
in Florida


ANS02116 Comparative Reproductive and Maternal Performance of F1 and
F2 Angus x Brown Swiss Crossbred Females


ANS02130 Production of Quality Beef in Florida Utilizing Forage
and/or Grain




ANS02132 Grazing Evaluation of Forages


ANS02136 Marketability and Acceptability of Beef Produced Under
Forage and Forage-Grain Management Systems


AN802193

ASM02199


Dairy Calves for Herd Replacements, Veal and Slaughter Beef

Nutritional and Management Factors Influencing the Bone
Development of Growing Foals


ANS02206 New Sources of Tropically Adapted Germ Plasm in Beef Cattle



ANS02211 Improving the Efficiency of Production of Quality Beef in
Florida's Feedlots



ANS02253 Improvement of Baby Pig Survival by Improved Nutrition



ANS02258 Pineal-hypothalamic Role in Seasonal Reproduction

ARS02259 Fertility, Growth and Maternal Ability in Angus, Brahman,
Charolais and Their Crosses

ANS02262 Production, Composition and Quality of Beef from Young
Intact Males


AN50226S

ANS02273


Mycotoxins of Corn and Other Feed Grains

Bovine Relaxin: Origin and Secretion


M. Koger
T. A. Olson
D. D. Hargrove

T. A. Olson

D. D. Hargrove
T. T. Marshall

D. L. Prichard


F. W. Baser
R. M. Roberts

T. A. Olson
M. Koger
D. D. Hargrove

T. A. Olson
M. Koger
D. D. Hargrove

R. L. West
D. L. Prichard
D. D. Johnson
A. Z. Palmer
W. E. Kunkle

J. E. Moore
D. L. Prichard

R. L. West
A. 2. Palmer
J. W. Carpenter

A. Z. Palmer

E. A. Ott
R. L. Asquith
S. Lieb
E. L. Johnson

T. A. Olson
M. Koger
D. D. Hargrove

R. W. Lee
D. D. Hargrove
D. L. Wakeman
D. D. Johnson

G. E. Combs
J. H. Brendemuhl
W. R. Walker

D. C. Sharp

M. Koger
T. A. Olson

M. J. Fie: s
R. L. West
D. D. Johnson
D. L. Wakeman

R. L. Asquith

J. F. Hentges
M. J. Fields


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ANS02282 Improvement in Efficiency of Beef Production in Brahman
Cattle


ANS02291 Embryonic Signals for the Maternal Recognition of Pregnancy

ANS02295 Invermectin as an Agent in Control and Treatment of
Parasites in Horses

ANS02323 Mineral Interrelationships, Bioavailability and Toxicity in
Ruminants

ANS02324 Effect of Winter Supplemental Energy and Protein on the
Performance of Beef Cows

ANS02337 Evaluation of Florida Produced Feed Ingredients for Swine
Diets


ANS02343 Relationship Between Frame Size and Homozygosity with
Production Efficiency in Brahman Cattle

ANS02344 Evaluation of Reproductive Characteristics and their
Relationship to Productive Traits in Brahman Cattle

ANS02347 Nutrient Requirements and Management of Swine


ANM02366


ANS02432


ANS02458


Sugarcane Molasses Plus Additives


Nutrition and Management of Swine-for Increased Reproductive
Efficiency

Oxytocin and Other Secretory Peptides of the Bovine CL


ANS02501 Systems Analysis of Dairy Cattle Production


ANS02509 Impoving Reproductive Efficiency of Cattle and Swine


ANS02558 Conceptus-Endometrial Interactions in Early Pregnancy

ANS02574 Managing the Plant-animal Interface in Tropical Legume-grass
Pastures

ANS02580 Mineral Nutrition of Grazing Ruminants in Florida and
Caribbean Basin Countries

ANS02596 Porcine Conceptus-Endometrial Interactions Affecting
Embryonic Survival

ANS02620 Alternative Crossbreeding Systems to Produce Cattle Adapted
to Florida


ANS02621 Improvement of Beef Cattle in Multibreed Populations



DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY
R. J. FERL, ACTING CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1175

Project. No. Title

BOT02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement


M. J. Fields
A. C. Warnick
R. S. Sand

D. C. Sharp

R. L. Asquith


C. B. Ammerman
L. R. McDowell

W. E. Kunkle


G. E. Combs
W. R. Walker
L. E. Brendemuhl

T. A. Olson
D. D. Hargrove

T. A. Olson
D. D. Hargrove

0. E. Combs
W. R. Walker
3. H. Brendemuhl

W. E. Kunkle
D. B. Bates

(. E. Combs


M. J. Fields
P. A. Fields
L. H. Larkin

T. A. Olson
S. C. Denham

A. C. Warnick
M. J. Fields

F. W. Bazer

J. E. Moore


L. R. McDowell


F. W. Bazer


T. A. Olson
D. D. Hargrove
M. A. Elzo

M. A. Elzo
T. A. Olson
D. D. Hargrove





Researcher ( s)

R. J. Ferl
I. K. Vasil
V. Vasil


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80T02345 Rapid Propagation, Genetic Manipulation and Improvement of
Napiergrass and Giant Napiergrass

BOT02402 Chromatin Structure and Gene Expression in Maize

BOT02582 Chromatin Structure and Gene Expression in Maize

80T02613 Molecular Manipulation of Genes

DEPARTMENT OF DAIRY SCIENCE
R. P. NATZKE, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1981

Project. No. Title

DAS01932 Reproductive Physiology of Farm Animals

DAS02003 Utilization of Byproduct Feedstuffs for Maintenance, Growth
and Milk Production of Dairy Cattle




DA502074 Genetic Methods of Improving Dairy Cattle for the South







DAS02193 Dairy Calves for Herd Replacements, Veal and Slaughter Beef




DAS02376 Macromineral Electrolyte Nutrition and Metabolism of
Hyperthermic and Euthermic Lactating Dairy Cows

DAS02391 Hormone Regulation of Nutrient Use in Food Producing Animals


DAS02396 Serum Lipoproteins and Management Practices in the
Development of Hydrolytic Rancid Flavor in Milk

DAS02413 Milk Production and Physiological Responses of Cows to
Hormonal, Metabolite and Milking Treatments



DAS02462 Hyperthermic and Nutritional Effects on Milk Production and
Reproduction of Dairy Cows



DAS02468 Immunosuppressive Properties of Progesterone-induced
Proteins in Ovine Uterine Fluid

DAS02469 Reducing Embryonic Mortality Associated with Heat Stress and
Repeat Breeding

DAS02480 Optimize Production Efficiency of Animal Housing Systems in
the Southern Region


DAS02501 Systems Analysis of Dairy Cattle Production


DAS02531 The Function of Proteins Secreted by the Periattachment
Bovine Conceptus


I. K. Vasil


R. J.

R. J.

R. J.


Ferl

Ferl

Ferl


Researchers)

W. W. Thatcher

H. H. Van Horn
J. M. Wing
B. Harris
S. P. Marshall
D. K. Beede

C. J. Wilcox
H. H. Head
W. W. Thatcher
R. J. Collier
D. K. Beede
M. A. DeLorenzo

J. M. Wing
HH. H. n Horn
H. H. Head
K. C. Bachman

D. K. Beede
C. J. Wilcox

R. J. Collier
H. H. Head

K. C. Bachman


H. H.
K. C.
R. 3.
C. J.

D. K.
W. W.
H. H.
C. J.

P. J.


Head
Bachman
Collier
Wilcox

Beede
Thatcher
Head
Wilcox

Hansen


W. W. Thatcher


R. J. Collier
W. W. Thatcher
D. K. Beede

M. A. DeLorenzo
C. J. Wilcox

W. W. Thatcher
P. J. Hansen


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DAS02578 Genetic Methods of Improving Dairy Cattle for the South





DASO2621 Improvement of Beef Cattle in Multibreed Populations

DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY
D. H. HABECK, ACTING CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1901

Project. No. Title

ENY01965 Mole Cricket Biology, Control, and Management


ENT02014

ENY02016

ENY02024


The Biology and Taxonomy of the Weed-feeding Mites of Florida

Bionomics and Control of Chironomid Midges (Blind Mosquitoes)

Taxonomy and Morphology of Nematodes


ENY02025 Investigations on Nematodes Affecting Florida's Agriculture

ENY02043 Physiology of Insects

ENY02054 Variability of Root-knot and Cyst Nematodes and Factors
Influencing their Population Dynamics

ENY02055 Soybean Production and Management Simulation Models


ENY02088

ENY0210

ENY02203

ENY02238


ENY02243

EMY02257


Genetic Analysis of Heliothis Mitochondrial DNA

Tactics for Management of Soybean Pest Complexes

Insect-weed Associations in Florida

Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Agronomic Crops


Development of Entomopathogens as Microbial Control Agents

Principles of Entomology: Evaluation of Computer Aided
Instruction (CAI) in the Learning Process


ENT02270 Toxicology of Agriculturally Important Insect Pests of
Florida

ENY02283 Biosystematics of Larval Coccinellid and Syrphid Predators
of Aphids, Scales, and Mites in Florida

ENY02314 Fundamentals of Insect Behavior, Ecology, and Systematics


ENY02326 Meloidogyne spp. as Limiting Factors on N2-fixation by
Forage Legume in the Tropics

ENY02328 Genetic Engineering and Improvement of Microbial
Entomopathogens

ENY02362 Nutritional Ecology of Insects Associated with Soybean and
Other Legumes


C. J. Wilcox
M. A. DeLorenzo
D. K. Beede
H. H. Head
W. W. Thatcher

M. A. DeLorenzo





Researcher (s)

T. J. Walker
P. G. Koehler
E. L. Matheny
D. E. Short
D. G. Boucias
S. J. Yu
J. H. Frank

H. L. Cromroy

D. W. Hall

G. C. Smart
A. C. Tarjan

A. C. Tarjan

J. L. Nation

D. W. Dickson


C. S. Barfield
J. L. Stimac

S. J. Yu

J. L. Stimac

D. H. Habeck

D. W. Dickson
R. A. Dunn

D. G. Boucias

D. R. Minnick
J. R. Strayer
C. S. Barfield

S. J. Yu


R. E. Waites


T. J. Walker
J. E. Lloyd

R. A. Dur.i


J. E. Maruniak
A. Ramos

F. Slansky


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ENY02368 Biological Control of Tropical and Subtropical Mole Crickets
(TAD)

ENY02388 The Natural History of Potential Vectors of African Swine
Fever in the Caribbean Basin (TAD)

ENY02420 Factors Influencing Movement of Noctuid Pest Species

ENY02431 Biological Control of Selected Arthropod Pests and Weeds
through Introduction of Natural Enemies



ENY02433 Biological Control of Plant Parasitic Nematodes and of
Insects by Entomogenous Nematodes

ENY02437 Household Pest Management


ENY02442 Biology and Transmission of Amblyospora (Microspora)
Parasites of Florida

EN102445 Entomopathogens for Use in Post Management Systems


ENY02447 Managing Root-Knot Diseases with a Nonfumigant Nematicide
and Biocontrol Agents

ENY02450 Genetic Recombination in Baculoviruses to Analyze Host Range
and Virulence

ENY02452 Behavior, Taxonomy, and Development of Selected Insect
Species Infesting Slash Pine in Florida

Et702453 Bioecology and Control of Selected Arthropod Parasites of
Domestic Tropical and Subtropical Animals

ENY02447 Selection of Improved Strains of Entomopathogenic Fungi via
Protoplast Fusion

ENT02494 Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Vegetable Crops

ENY02505 Taxonomy of the Ichneumonidae (Parasitic Hymenoptera) of the
World

ENY02520 Detoxification of Allelochemicals by Herbivorous Insects

ENY02523 Chemical Ecology of the Black Turpentine Beetle,
Dendroctonus terebrans


E1102526

=2 02527


Impact of Bacillus Popilliae on Florida Sugarcane Grubs

Biological Control and Dynamical Models of Species
Interactions


ENT02551 Epidemiology and Control of Heartwater


ENY02552 Physiology and Biochemistry of Insect Adaptation

ENY02565 Characterization of Host/Tick Interaction for Vectors of
ASF in the Caribbean

ENY02573 Biological Investigations of Nematode Stress on Corn Yields


ENY02594 Identification of Honeybee Races through DNA Restriction
Fragment Polymorphism


T. J. Walker
J. H. Frank

J. F. Butler


C. S. Barfield

D. H. Habeck
F. D. Bennett
J. H. Frank
J. F. Butler

G. C. Smart


P. G. Koehler
R. S. Patterson

D. W. Hall


D. G. Boucias
J. E. Maruniak

D. W. Dickson
S. S. Fluker

J. E. Maruniak
A. Ramos

R. C. Wilkinson
J. L. Foltz

J. F. Butler


D. G. Boucias
J. C. Pendland

R. T. McSorley

V. K. Gupta


S. J. Yu

J. L. Nation
R. C. Wilkinson
J. L. Foltz
T. W. Phillips

D. G. Boucias

J. C. Allen
J. H. Frank
J. L. Stimac

J. F. Butler
C. E. Yunker

J. L. Nation

J. F. Butler


D. W. Dickson
R. T. McSorley

H. G. Hall


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Effects of a Polyspecific Nematode Community on Soybean

Biology of Genetically Changing Root-Knot and Cyst Nematodes
of Soybean


D. W. Dickson

D. W. Dickson


DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS
L. W. LIBBY, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1826


Project. No. Title

FRE02111 The Impact of Changing Costs, Institutions, and.Technology
on the Southern Dairy Industry

FRE02113 U. S. Food Demand and Consumption Behavior


FRE02119

FRE02209



FRE02224

FRE02230








FRE02249

FRE02254


Analysis of Agricultural Supply Response Mechanisms

An Interindustry Analysis of the Florida Economy with
Emphasis on the Economic Role of Agriculture


Domestic Agricultural Labor Markets and Foreign Workers

Agricultural Water Use and Supply Economics in Florida








Budgets and Costs and Returns in Vegetable Production

Development and Implementation of Computerized Agricultural
Production and Management Decision Aids


FRE02260 Technology Generation for Enterprises on Small Farms in
North Florida

FRE02263 Organization and Performance of the U. S. Food Production
and Distribution System

FRE02266 Regional Advantages in Producing and Marketing Woody
Ornamentals

FRE02274 Economic Effects of Selected



FRE02275 The Economics of Improving Productivity in the
Livestock-meat Systems in the South

FRE02304 Annual Report of Production and Handling/Processing Costs
for Fresh and Processed Florida Citrus

FRE02305 Citrus Processing Procedures: New Technologies, Quality and
Storage

FRE02316 Structural and Operational Efficiency of the Fruit and
Vegetable Production-marketing System

FRE02339 An Economic Analysis of Risk Management Strategies for
Agricultural Production Firms


FRE02355 Range Rehabilitation and Management


Researcher (s)

R. L. Kilmer


J. S. Shonkwiler
M. G. Brown

J. S. Shonkwiler

W. D. Mulkey
R. L. Clouser
J. R. Gordon

R. D. Emerson

G. D. Lynne
W. G. Boggess
R. R. Carriker
D. A. Comer
C. F. Kiker
B. F. Long
J. W. Milon

T. 0. Taylor

W. 0. Boggess
J. Alvarez
R. P. Muraro
D. J. Zimet

P. E. Hildebrand


R. W. Ward
R. L. Kilmer

J. R. Strain


R. L. Closer
D. A. Comer
J. W. Milon

T. H. Spreen
J. R. Simpson

R. L. Kilmer
R. C. Hooks

R. P. Beilock


T. G. Taylor
J. J. VanSickle

W. G. Boggess
G. D. Lynne
J. Holt

J. W. Prevatt


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EN1Y02598

ENY02624














FRE02370 The Economics of Transportation of Florida Agricultural
Products

FRE02383 Transportation of Southern Perishables

FRE02424 Disturbances to Price Discovery-Risk Management by Marketing
Firms in Southern Agriculture

FRE02474 Socioeconomic Dimensions of Technological Change, Natural
Resource Use and Agriculture Structure

FRE02475 Processing and Storage of Southern Agricultural Commodities

FRE02487 Trickle Irrigation in Humid Regions

FRE02500 Market Performance, Structural Change and Marketing
Alternatives for Agricultural and Food Industries


F1E02501

MR302541


Systems Analysis of Dairy Cattle Production

National and Regional Analysis, Evaluation, Planning and
Financing of Agricultural Research


DEPARTMENT OF FOOD SCIENCE AND HUMAN NUTRITION
R. F. MATTHEWS, ACTING CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1991


Project. No. Title

FO01856 Effect of Dietary Citrus Products on Blood Viscosity and
Tissue Perfusion

FOS01998 'Methodology, Dissipation and Fate of Pesticide Residues in
Agricultural Ecosystems


FS002050 Improving Microbiological Quality of Red Meat and Poultry
Products

FOS02102 Metabolic Response of the Rat to Total Parenteral Nutrition

FOS02121 Protein Antinutritional Factors in Peanuts and their
Inactivation

POS02151 Enzyme Treatment for Converison of Polysaccharieds in
Biomass to Methane

FOS02204 Improvement for Thermal Processes for Foods to Investigate
Heat and Mass Transfer Mechanisms and Parameters in Foods
During Thermal Processes

FS002265 Mycotoxins of Corn and Other Feed Grains

FS002280 Incidence, Distribution and Fate of Microorganisms of Public
Health Significance

FO002287 Zinc Metabolism and Function in Animal Systems

FOS02288 Biochemical Actions of Cadmium

FOS02305 Citrus Processing Procedures: New Technologies, Quality and
Storage

FOS02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crops Improvement


R. P. Beilock


R. P. Beilock

R. W. Ward
H. E. Drummond

W. D. Mulkey
C. H. Gladwin

C. F. Kiker

J. W. Prevatt

R. W. Ward
R. L. Kilmer
T. H. Spreen
E. M. Babb
L. Polopolus

T. H. Spreen

M. R. Langham
J. S. Shonkwiler


Researchers)

R. C. Robbins


N. P. Thompson
H. A. Moye
W. B. Wheeler

J. L. Oblinger


H. S. Sitren

E. M. Ahmed
H. S. Sitren

R. D. Brown
M. Gritzali

J. P. Adams



C. Wei

J. A. Koburger


R. J. Cousin

R. 3. Cousin

R. F. Matthews


R. D. Brown
M. Gritzali


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FOS02338 Effect of Lactic Acid Fermentation on Oilseed Protein

F0802340 Development of Systems for Harvesting, Handling, and
Marketing Vegetables

FOS02354 Southern Region Leader Laboratory Cooperative Research for
Minor or Specialty Use Animal Drugs

0F802397 Effect of Age on Digestion and Absorption of Mono- and
Polyglutamyl Folate in Man and Rats

F702401 Determination of Vitamin 86 and Polacin Bioavailability
Using Stable-Isotope Enrichment Methods

P0802438 Southern Region Leader Laboratory Cooperative Research for
Minor-Use Pesticides and Biologicals Registrations

FOS02440 Improving Efficiency and Product Quality During Citrus
Processing

FS002473 Development and Evaluation of Bunch and Muscadine Grape
Cultivars for Enological Use

FOS02498 Microbial Degradation of Phenamiphos and Telone in Soils

FOS02499 Mechanisms of the Transfer of Sterols and Glycerides into
Cells

FOS02508 Improvement of Thermal Processes for Foods


FS002544 Biochemical Mechanisms for the Conversion of Arylamine-Type
Chemicals into Genotoxic Metabolites

FOS02561 Stable-Isotopic and Enzymatic Investigation of Folacin
Bioavailability

0802577 Biochemical and Residual Properties of Pesticides


SCHOOL OF FOREST RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION
A. C. MACE, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 392-1792

Project. No. Title

FOR01534 Fertilization and Nutrition of Southern

FOR01726 Waste Recycling in Forests


FOR01827 Impact of Forest Management Practices on Multiple Forest
Values








FOR01974 Ecology and Mangement of Fusiform Rust on Southern Pines



FOR02053 Breeding Strategies for Genetic Improvement of Commercial
Forest Trees in the South

FOR02112 Application of Water Quality Models for Agricultural and
Forested Watersheds


R. H. Schmidt

z. M. Abmed
R. P. Matthews

W w. ieeler
H. A. Mayo

L. B. Bailey
J. J. Cerda

J. F. Gregory


W. Whooler
H. A. Moy*

R. F. Matthews


R. P. Bates
C. A. Sims

W. 8. Wheeler

R. 8. Shireman


F. F. Busta
M. 0. Balaban

M. 0. Corbett
B. R. Corbett

J. F. Gregory


H. A. Moyo
W. B. Wheeler


Researchers)

A. V. Mollitor

W. H. Smith
A. C. Mace

W. H. Smith
W. L. Pritchett
D. Rockwood
So Johnson
W. R. Marion
A. C. Mace
L. 0. Harris
H. L. Gholz

R. A. Schmidt
R. E. Goddard
R. S. Webb

R. E. Goddard
D. L. Rockwood

H. Riekerk


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FOR02135 Warmwater Aquaculture

FR002146 Heterobasidion Annosum Root Rot in Unthinned Slash Pine
Plantations and the Association with

FOR02212 Effects of Management on Ecological Relationships in Cypress
Swamps

FOR02252 Habitat Requirements of Selected Woodpecker Species in
North-Central Florida

FOR02255 Effects of Hexasinone on Managed Pine Ecosystem in Florida

FOR02315 The Economics of Forest Managqeent in the Southeastern
Coastal Plain

FOR02321 Chemistry of Atmospheric Deposition-Effects on Agriculture,
Forestry, Surface Waters, and Materials


FOR02334

7FR02348

FOR02355

FOR02360


Pine Tree Bvapotranspiration

Relative Value of Aquatic Plants

Range Rehabilitation and Management

Environmental Limits on the Structure and Primary
Productivity of Florida Forests


POR02409 Habitat Utilisation and Feeding Ecology of Selected Raptor
species in North-Central Florida

0PR02416 Genetic ZIprovement of Four Southern Pine Species


FOR02443 Relationsips and Interactions between Pathogens, their
Hosts, and Attack by Sark Insects

0FR02465 Epidemiology and Management of Fusiform Rust

FOR02503 Fertilisation and Nutrition of Southern Pine


FOR02515 Mineralization and Recycling of Composted Garbage and Sewage
Sludge through Forests

FOR02554 Carbon Use in Mycorrhizae Symbiosis: Carbon
Allocation/Phosphorus Nutrition in Pine

F7002606 Stress Acclimation of Photosynthesis in Pine


FOR02625 Wildlife and Wildlands Management and Conservation in the
Atlantic Forest Ecosystem of Eastern Brazil

DEPARTMENT OF 4-H AND OTHER YOUTH PROGRAMS
S. G. FISHER, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1744


Project. No.


Title


4-H02096 Rural Crime in Florida

4-H02430 Victimisation and Prevention of Rural Crime in the South

4-H02474 Socioeconomic Dimensions of Technological Change, Natural
Resource Use and Agriculture Structure

4-H02478 Labor Force Experiences of Persons Trained in Colleges of
Agriculture


J. V. Shireman

R. S. Webb


K. C. Ewel


M. W. Collopy


D. M. Flinchum

D. R. Dippon


H. Riekerk
H. L. Gholz
D. B. Canfield
H. L. Schrams

H. Riekerk

H. L. Schraam

G. W. Tanner

H. L. Gholz
K. C. Ewel
W. P. Cropper

M. W. Collopy


D. L. Rockwood
T. L. White

R. S. Webb


R. A. Schmidt

Z. 3. Jokela
A. V. Mollitor

H. Riekerk


C. P. P.Reid


J. D. Johnson
N. S. Lesney

J. G. Robinson


Researchers)

L. J. Beaulieu

L. J. Beaulieu

L. J. Beaulieu


J. A. Rutledge
R. L. Horton
W. A. Griffith


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DEPARTMENT OF FRUIT CROPS
L. K. JACKSON, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-4711


Project. No. Title

FRC02067 Minimizing the Effects of Environmental Stresses on Growth,
Yield and Quality of Citrus and Other Fruit Crops

FRC02069 Plant Freeze Injury and Survival During Low Temperature and
Other Environmental Stresses

FRC02091 Cellular Genetics of Citrus Species

FRC02093 Low Energy Management Systems for Young Citrus Tree Care



FRC02095 Agricultural Climatology

FRC02107 Biochemistry and Physiology of Chemical Regulators for
Growth and Development of Fruit Crops

FRC02195 Biology, Ecology and Utilization of Mycorrhizal Fungi in
Florida Agriculture

FRC02198 Clonal Propagation of Citrus, Peach and Avocado

FRC02264 Cellular Photosynthetic Processes and the Regulation of
Photosynthesis

FRC02276 Agricultural Meteorology and Climatology for Production in
the Southern Region

FRC02289 In vitro Genetic Variability and Selection in Citrus Species

FRC02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement


FRC02336


Cultivar Improvement of Fruit and Nut Crops


FRC02415 Freeze Damage and Protection of Fruit and Nut Crops

FRC02470 Photosynthate Partioning in a Mycorrhizal Symbiosis

FRC02482 Phloem Unloading and Photosynthate Transfer in Citrus Fruit

FRC02521 Genetic Transformation of Citrus to Facilitate Hybrid
Production

FRC02529 Environmental and Biological Stresses of Rootstock in Peach
Tree Longevity


FRC02542

FRC02571

FRC02575


The Role of Glycoproteins in Regulating Stress in Plants

In Vitro Derived Genetic Variability in Citrus

Low-chill Prunus Cultivar Improvement for the Subtropics
and Tropical Highlands


FRC02603 Low Energy Management Systems for Young Citrus Tree Care



FRC02652 Cirus Canker: Research on the Detection, Characterization,
Biology and Control of the Disease and its Agent


Researchers)

F. S. Davies
W. J. Wiltbank

D. W. Buchanan


G.

L.
F.

J.

R.


A.

K.
S.

D.

H.


Moore

Jackson
Davies

Martsolf

Biggs


3. J. Ferguson


M. J. Young

K. E. Koch



J. D. Martsolf


G.

P.
G.

P.
G.
W.

L.

K.

K.

G.
K.

W.
P.
P.

R.

G.

W.
P.
G.

F.
J.

R.


A.

M.
A.

M.
A.
B.

R.

E.

E.

A.
C.

B.
M.
C.

H.

A.

B.
M.
A.

S.
J.

H.


Moore

Lyrene
Moore

Lyrene
Moore
Sherman

Parsons

Koch

Koch

Moore
Cline

Sherman
Lyrene
Anderson

Biggs

Moore

Sherman
Lyrene
Moore

Davies
Ferguson

Biggs


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DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS
D. A. TICHENOR, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1778

Project. No. Title

HEC02583 Residential Environmental Management and Mildew Problems

DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY AND CELL SCIENCE
J. E. GANDER, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1906

Project. No. Title

MCS02109 T-DRA: A Model for Gene Expression in Higher Plants

MCS02120 Increasing Microbial Production of Ethanol by Genetic
Engineering

MCS02137 Influences of Ilmunological Factors on Neonatal Diseases in
Food Producing Animals and Horses

MCS02152 Improved Anaerobic Digestion of Biomass to Form Methane

MCS02171 Ultrastructural Analyses of Methanogenic and Plant Biomass
Species

MCS02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement


MS~02325

MCS02330

MC902411


Cell Slime Mold Interaction/ Regulation/Differentiation

Mechanisms of Genetic Regulation During Cellular Development

Developmental Biology of Nitrogen Fixation in Casuarina Root
Nodules


MCS02422 Associative Nitrogen Fixation in Nonleguminous Plants


MCS02434 Fungal Glycopeptide Biosynthesis

MCS02488 Host-Independent Endospore Production from a Bacterial
Pathogen of Root-Knot Nematodes

MCS02530 Translational Regulation of mRNAs Synthesized During
Oogenesis

MCS02556 Irradiated DNA Expression in Mammalian and Insect Cells

MCS02559 Metabolic Impact of Glyphosate upon Nicotiana silvestris

MCS02592 Construction of Lactose Utilizing Strains of Zymomonas
Mobilis

MCS02614 Molecular Biology of Hydrogen Metabolism in Fermentative
Bacteria

MCS02653 Gene Amplification to Improve Nitrogen Assimilation and
Biomass Yield of Napiergrass

DEPARTMENT OF ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
T. J. SHEEHAN, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1829

Project. No. Title

ORH02005 Influence of Soil Fertility and Other Parameters on the
Growth and Quality of Turfgrasses


Researchers)

M. V. Part





Researchers)

W. B. Gurley

L. O. Ingram


E. M. Hoffmann


P. H. Smith

H. C. Aldrich


W. B. Gurley
J. F. Preston
K. T. Shanmugam

J. H. Gregg

F. C. Davis

H. C. Aldrich
R. H. Berg

J. R. Milam
D. E. Duggan

J. E. Gander

E. P. Previc


F. C. Davis


P. M. Achey

R. A. Jensen

L. O. Ingram


K. T. Shanmugam


R. R. Schmidt


Researchers)

A. E. Dudeck
C. H. Peacock


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ORH02047 Properties of Natural and Synthetic Media and Resulting
Effects on Production of Ornamental Plants

ORH02076 Growth Regulator Control of Development in Ornamental Crops


ORH02142

ORH02195



ORH02266


ORH02317

ORH02351


T.
B.

J.
C.
E.
T.
D.
B.
J.

A.

C.


Weed Control in Ornamental Crops

Biology, Ecology and Utilization of Mycorrhizal Fungi in
Florida Agriculture

Regional Advantages in Producing and Marketing Woody
Ornamentals

Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement

Introduction and Evaluation of Ornamental Plants


R0H02352 Breeding of Turfgrass and Ornamental Cultivars




ORH02359 Nutrition of Ornamental Plants


ORH02463 Heat Stress of Fruit Trees in Ornamental Plants in the
Virgin Islands

OR002470 Photosynthate Partioning in a Mycorrhizal Symbiosis

ORH02518 Altered Gene Expression and Protein Synthesis in Spinach
Acclimation

ORH02519 Environmental Factors Affecting Ornamental Plants


J.
0.

E.
H.

A.
L.

N.

E.

R.


Sheehan
Tjia

Barrett
Peacock
Gilman
Nell
Ingram
Tjia
Joiner

Dudeck

Johnson


D. B. McConnell


C.

B.
A.
T.
C.
E.
D.

B.
A.
T.

T.
D.

D.
C.

C.

C.


T.
J.
C.
0.
D.
T.


DEPARTMENT OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
R. D. BERGER, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-3631

Title


Project. No.


PLP02011 Small Grain Breeding

PLP02013 Genetic Studies of Small Grains and Corn

PLP02055 Soybean Production and Management Simulation Models

PLP02069 Plant Freeze Injury and Survival During Lo*, Temperature and
Other Environmental Stresses

PLP02070 Components of Horizontal Resistances to Bacterial Spot of
Tomato and Pepper


PLP02085 Diseases of Alfalfa and Other Forage Crops


L. Guy

Dehgan
E. Dudeck
J. Sheehan
H. Peacock
Gilman
Henley

Dehgen
E. *Dudeck
J. Sheehan

H. Yeager
Ingram

L. Ingram
R. Johnson

R. Johnson

L. Guy


A.
E.
L.
L.
B.
J.


Nell
Barrett
Guy
Ingram
McConnell
Sheehan


Researchers)

H. H. Luke

H. H. Luke

R. D. Berger

R. E. Stall



R. E. Stall
A. A. Cook
A. M. Hibberd

D. A. Roberts


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PLP02108

PLP02126


Soybean Breeding

Pepper aIprovement through Plant Breeding in Florida


PLP02195 Biology, Ecology and Utilization of Mycorrhizal Fungi in
Florida

PLP02297 Overcoming Factors Limiting Biological Nitrogen Fixation by
Leguminous Plants

PLPO2298 Control of Postharvest Decay of Fruits and Vegetables

PLP02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement








PLP02319 Biology, Epidemiology, and Control of Viruses and
Mycoplasma-like Organisms Causing Diseases of Corn and
Sorghum

PLP02340 Development of Systems for Harvesting, Handling, and
Marketing Vegetables

PLP02384 Biological Control of Weeds with Plant Pathogens


PLP02421 Management of Soil Microorganisms Affecting the Health and
Vigor of Plants

PLP02447 Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Agronomic Crops


PLP02461


Identification and Characterization of Geminiviruses
Occurring in the Caribbean Basin


PLP02472 Nitrogen Fixation in Acid Soils by Forage Legumes: Enhanced
by VA Mycorrhizae

PLP02481 Biological Control of Fusarium Wilt of Watermelons

PLP02506 Molecular Analysis of Genomic Variability in Tissue Cultured
cells of Maize and Sorghum

PLPO2510 Sugarcane Rust; Physiological Races and Host Responses to
Infection (TAD)

PLP02513 Organelle DNA organization and Cytoplasmic Male Sterility in
Pennisetum

PLP02525 Cosmid Mapping of Mitochondrial DNA of Male Ferile and Male
Sterile Sorghum

PLP02527 Biological Control and Dynamic Models of Species Interactions

PLP02546 Genetic Improvement of Small rains

PLP02547 Corn and Small Grain Genetics

PLP02591 Gene Expossion Analyses on Sucrose Synthetase Genes in Maize

PLP02600 Role of Plasmid-like DNAs in Host Specialization of Plant
Pathogenic Fungi

PLP02609 Avirulence Gene Expression, Localization and Molecular
Specificity


R. D. Berger

A. A. Cook
R. E. Stall
A. M. Hibberd

N. C. Schenck


N. C. Schenck


J. A. Bartz

D. R. Pring
P. S. Chourey
E. Hiebert
D. C. Loschke
C. L. Niblett
S. G. Pueppke
H. C. Kistler

C. L. Niblett



J. A. Bartz


R.
T.

N.


e.

C.


Charudattan
Freeman

Schenck


D. J. Mitchell
D. W. Dickson

E. Hiebert
D. F. Purcifull
F. W. Zettler

N. C. Schenck


F. N, Martin

P. S. Chourey


L. H. Purdy


D. R. Pring


D. R. Pring


R.

H.

H.

P.

H.


D.

H.

H.

S.

C.


Berger

Luke

Luke

Chourey

Kistler


D. W. Gabriel











PLP02652 Citrus Canker: Research on the Detection, Characterization,
Biology and Control of the Disease and its Agent

DEPARTMENT OF POULTRY SCIENCE
D. R. SLOAN, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1931

Project. No. Title

PSE02143 Feed Additives for the Improvement of Poultry Performance



PSE02213 Reproduction, Production and Product Quality of Bobwhite
Quail


PSE02357 Mineral Metabolism in Poultry as Related to Acid Base
Balance, Eggshell Quality and Bone

PSE02372 Environmental and Management Factors Affecting Poultry


PSE02374 Relationship of Water-borne Nutrients and Water Quality to
Poultry Performance

PSE02419 Factors Affecting Reproductive.Efficiency in Poultry Breeder
Flocks


PSE02448 Therapeutic Drugs for Disease Prevention and Treatment in
Minor Food Animal Species

PSE02490 Broiler Performance and Yield as Affected by Environmental
Conditions and Production Parameters

PSE02491 Nutritional Programs for Turkeys



PSE02579 Development of New Processes and Technologies for the
Processing of Poultry Products

PSE02595 Quality and Functional Properties of Eggs and Further
Processed Egg Products

DEPARTMENT OF SOIL SCIENCE
B. L. MCNEAL, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1803

Project. No. Title

SOS01437 Characterization, Classification and Mapping of Florida Soils








SOS01534 Fertilization and Nutrition of Southern Pine


SOS01726 Waste Recycling in Forests


SOS02005 Influence of Soil Fertility and Other Parameters on the
Growth and Quality of Turfgrasses

SOS02007 Significance and Distribution of Mineral Components in
Southern Soils


R. E. Stall


Researchers)

B. L. Damron
R. D. Miles
R. H. Harms

H. R. Wilson
C. R. Douglas
D. M. Janky

R. D. Miles
R. H. Harms

F. B. Mather
H. R. Wilson

B. L. Damron


H. R. Wilson
F. B. Mather
R. H. Harms

H. R. Wilson


D. M. Janky
M. D. Ouart

R. H. Harms
R DMiles
H. R. Wilson

S. A. Woodward


S. A. Woodward
D. M. Janky


Researchers)

V. W. Carlisle
L. C. Hammond
B. G. Volk
V. E. Berkheiser
R. B. Brown
M. E. Collins
W. G. Harris

E. L. Stone
N. Comerford

J. G. A.Fiskell
N. Comerford

J. B. Sartain


V. W. Carlisle
J. G. A.Fiskell
W. G. Harris


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50S02071 Accumulation, Release, and Movement of Nutrients in
Fertilized or Wastewater-irrigated Sandy Soils


SOS02112 Application of Water Quality Models for Agricultural and
Forested Watersheds

50S02118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production


SOS02195 Biology, Ecology and Utilization of Mycorrhizal Fungi in
Florida Agriculture

SOS02267 Effects, Mechanisms, and Control of Erosion and Sediment
from Agricultural and Forest Lands

SOS02297 Overcoming Factors Limiting Biological Nitrogen Fixation by
Leguminous Plants

SOS02321 Chemistry of Atmospheric Deposition-Effects on Agriculture,
Forestry, Surface Waters, and Materials

SOS02332 Determine Soil Fertility Requirements for Efficient
Production of Forage and Field Crops Production


SOS02356 Irrigation and Drainage of Citrus on Flatwoods Soils




SOS02361 Food Legume Response to Rhizobium Inoculation in Tropical
Soils

SS002382 Spatial and Temporal Variability of Soil Characteristics and
Material Fluxes



SOS02422 Associative Nitrogen Fixation in Nonleguminous Plants

5002446 Chemistry and Bioavailability of Waste Constituents in Soils

SOS02477 Returning Altered Lands to Productive Use


SOS02479 Pesticides and Other Organics in Soil and Their Potential
for Groundwater Contamination




SS002498 Microbial Degradation of Phenamiphos and Telone in Soils


50802502 Biochemical Transofrmations in Oxic and Anoxic Soils and
Sediments

SOS02503 Fertilization and Nutrition of Southern Pine


SOS02515 Mineralization and Recycling of Composted Gae -bage and Sewage
Sludge through Forests

SS002524 The Differential Response of Citrus Rootstocks to Reactive
Aluminum Levels

0SS02539 Environmental and Genotypic Control of Assimilate Allocation
in Crops


T. L. Yuan
R. S. Mansell
R. D. Rhue

R. S. Mansell
P. S. C.Rao

J. G. A.Fiskell
D. A. Graetz
R. D. Rhue

D. M. Sylvia


M. E. Collins


D. H. Hubbell


R. S. Mansell
R. D. Rhue

W. G. Blue
E. A. Hanlon
J. B. Sartain

D. L. Myhre
D. A. Graetz
R. S. Mansell
J. G. A.Fiskell

D. H. Hubbell
J. 8. Sartain

A. G. Hornsby
L. C. Hammond
R. S. Mansell
P. S. C.Rao

D. H. Hubbell

J. J. Street

W. G. Blue
E. A. Hanlon

P. S. C.Rao
A. G. Hornsby
P. Nkedi-Kizza
L. T. Ou
D. G. Neary

L. T. Ou
P. S. Rao

D. A. Graetz
P. S. C.Rao

N. B. Comerford
E. L. Stone

J. G. A.Fiskell
N. B. Comerford

D. L. Myhre


L. C. Hammond


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SOS02548 Soil Test Methodology and Crop Response Correlations




SOS02555 Influence of Soil Fertility on the Growth and Quality
of Turfgrasses

SOS02557 Mineralogy of Selected Soils in the Southern Region



S002597 Zinc Chelation in Citrus-Metabolic Role in a Decline Disorder

DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
R. L. SCHEAFFER, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1941

Project. No. Title

STA02155 Data Base Acquisition, Management and Synthesis

STA02276 Agricultural Meteorology and Climatology for Production in
the Southern Region

STA02299 New Experimental Designs and Models for Use in Agricultural
Mixture Experiments

STA02423 Statistical Computing Methodology for Research Planning and
Analysis


E. A. Hanlon
G. J. Hocmuth
J. B. Sartain
T. L. Yuan

J. B. Sartain


W. G. Harris
V. W. Carlisle
M. E. Collins

J, J. Street


Researchers)

K. M. Portier

K. M. Portier


J. A. Cornell


R. C. Littell
F. G. Martin


DEPARTMENT OF VEGETABLE CROPS
D. J. CANTLIFFE, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1928


Project. No. Title

VEC02056 Development of Cultivars and Mutant Stocks in Common Bean
and Winged Bean

VEC02063 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production





VEC02118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production


VEC02126

VEC02138

VEC02168

VEC02196


Pepper Improvement through Plant Breeding in Florida

Cell Wall Enzymes and Fruit Softening

Tissue Culture of Biomass Species

Seed Dormancy, Germination, and Vigor


VEC02207 Vegetable Crops Physiology and Biochemistry


VEC02261

VEC02302

VEC02317


Development of Improved Carrot Cultivars for Florida

Breeding and Genetics of Fresh Market Tomatoes

Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement


Researchers)

M. 3. Bassett


S. J.
S. R.
W. M.
S. M.

S. J.
G. J.
S. M.

M. 3.

D. J.

D. J.

D. J.
L. Co
S. R.

C. B.
D. J.

M. J.

D. D.

L. C.
R. J.
C. D.
D. R.


Locascio
Kostewicz
Stall
Olson

Locascio
Hochmuth
Olson

Bassett

Huber

Cantliffe

Cantliffe
Hannah
Kostewicz

Hall
Cantliffe

Bassett

Gull

Hannah
Mans
Chase
McCarty


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VEC02322 Postharvest Biotechnology and Quarantine Treatments for
Insect Control in Horticultural Crops


VEC02340 Development of Systems for Harvesting, Handling, and
Marketing Vegetables



VEC02385 Sugar Transport Across Membranes and Accumulation of Sugars
in Plant Tissues

VEC02390 Genetics and Physiology of Sweet Corn Quality, Pest
Resistance, and Yield

VEC02392 Population Improvement of Snap Beans and Mapping of Induced
Marker Mutations

VEC02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation







VEC02487 Trickle Irrigation in Humid Regions


VECO2532 Postharvest Physiology and Biochemistry of Vegetables



VEC02536 Characterization of Plant Genes Involved in Mineral
Metabolism and Cytoplasmic-nuclear Interactions

VEC02549 The Genetic and Physiological Bases of Low Temperature
Tolerance in Plants

VEC02564 Molecular Genetics of Cytoplasmic Male Sterility in Common
Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris

VEC02588 Molecular Characterization of the Sucrose Synthetase-2
Gene of Maize

VEC02597 Zinc Chelation in Citrus-Metabolic Role in a Decline Disorder

VEC02612 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production



COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
K. N. GELATT, DEAN
J. T. M. NEILSON, ASSISTANT DEAN FOR RESEARCH
PHONE: 392-2381

Project. No. Title

VME02035 Prevention of Disease and Energy Conservation through Renal
Nitrogen Homeostasis in Livestock

VME02114 Infectious Agents Affecting Reproduction in Cattle

VME02137 Influences of Immunological Factors on Neonatal Disea. es in
Food Producing animals and Horses


VME02253 Improvement of Baby Pig Survival by

VVM02265 Mycotoxins of Corn and Other Feed Grains


M. Sherman
D. J. Huber
J. K. Brecht

D. D. Gull
D. J. Huber
J. K. Brecht
S. A. Sargent

T. E. Humphreys


L. C. Hannah
D. J. Cantliffe

M. J. Bassett


S. J. Locascio
S. R. Kostewicz
M. B. Lazin
S. M. Olson
M. Sherman
D. N. Maynard

S. J. Locascio
S. M. Olson

J. K. Brecht
D. J. Huber
M. Sherman

C. D. Chase


C. E. Vallejos


C. D. Chase
M. J. Bassett

L. C. Hannah


C.. D. Chase

S. J. Locascio
S. R. Kostewicz
W. M. Stall


Researchers)

W. P. Palmore


P. L. Nicoletti

A. M. Merritt
M. Lawman
P. Nicoletti
R. K. Braun

H. N. Becker

C. F. Simpson
S. F. Sundlof










VME02279 Interaction of Metals with Copper to Produce Intoxication

VME02282 Improvement in Efficiency of Beef Production in Brahman
Cattle

VME02313 Pathogenesis of Osteochondrosis in Swine



VME02343 Relationship Between Frame Size and Homozygosity with
Productive Efficiency in Brahman Cattle

VME02344 Evaluation of Reporudctive Characteristics and their
Relationship to Production Traits in Brahman Cattle

VME02388 The Natural History of Potential Vectors of African Swine
Fever in the Caribbean Basin (TAD)

VME02389 Integrated Methods of Parasite Control for Improved
Livestock Production


VME02406 Development and Evaluation of Improved Diagnostic and
Therapeutic

VME02435 Epidemiology and Impact of Parasites and Diseases of
Selected Species of Wildlife in Florida

VME02439 Ecology and Control of Eastern Equine Encephalitis in Florida



VME02448 Therapeutic Drugs for Disease Prevention and Treatment in
Minor Food Animal Species

VME02456 Vaccine Development for Ruminant Anaplasmosis


VME02466 Salmonella Dublin Infecion in Cattle



VME02468 Immunosuppressive Properties of Progesterone-induced
Proteins in Ovine Uterine Fluid

VME02469 Reducing Embryonic Mortality Associated with Heat Stress and
Repeat Breeding

VME02483 Recombinant Interferons and Macrophage-Mediated Defense of
the Bovine Lung

VME02517 The Epidemiology and Control of Trypanosoma Vivax of
Ruminants in the Caribban (TAD)

VME02528 Development of a Bovine Leukemia Virus Subunit Vaccine

VME02531 The Function of Proteins Secreted by the Periattachment
Bovine Conceptus

VME02533 Development of a Subunit Diagnostic Test for Bovine
Anaplasmosis

VME02551 Epidemiology and Control of Heartwater





VME02553 Development of a Recombinant DNA Derived Vaccine Against
Bovine Anaplasmosis


P. T. Cardeilhac

R. M. Mason


J. C. Woodard
P. W. Poulos
H. N. Becker

R. E. Larsen


R. E. Larsen


E. P. J.Gibbs


R. E. Bradley
C. H. Courtney
J. T. Neilson

P. L. Nicoletti


D. 3J. Forrester


E.P.J.Gibbs
J. H. Wilson
T. J. Lane

S. F. Sundlof


J. T.
M. J.

G. A.
R. K.
A. M.

P. J.


Neilson
Van de Walle

Donovan
Braun .
Merritt

Hansen


M. Drost


S. W. Russell


C. H.
M. J.

G. H.

P. J.


Courtney
Burridge

Palmer

Hansen


G. H. Palmer


M. J.
A. L.
A. F.
C. E.
G. H.

A. F.


Burridge
DeGee
Barbet
Yunker
Palmer

Barbet


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VME02562 Enteric Infections of Cattle

VMi02566 EpSdemiology of Bluetongue Virus in Central America and the
Caribbean



VME02570 Pathophysiologic Consequences of Ingesting High-protein
Diets in Ruminants

VMEO2585 Development of a Subunit Diagnostic Test for Bovine
Babesiosis



VME02602 Generation of Synthetic Peptids Capable of Inducing
Protection Against Bovine Anaplasmosis

VME02608 Genes of Malignant Catarrhal Fever Virus Coding for
Protective Iamunogens

VME02611 Cooperative Research for Minor and Specialty Use Animal Drugs

VME02623 Complement Mediated Defense Against Respiratory Disease
Complex

APOPKA AREC
C. A. CONOVER, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 305-889-4161

Project. No. Title

AP002047 Properties of Natural and Synthetic Media and Resulting
Effects on Production of Ornamental Plants


AP002076 Growth Regulator Control of Development in Ornamental Crops





AP002077 Diseases of Tropical Foliage Plants Caused by Microorganisms
and Viruses

AP002142 Weed Control in Ornamental Crops


AP002351 Introduction and Evaluation of Ornamental Plants


AP002352

AP002359





AM02445

AP002519


Breeding of Turfgrass and Ornamental Cultivars

Nutrition of Ornamental Plants





Entomopathogens for Use in Pest Management Systems

Environmental Factors Affecting Ornamental Plants


BELLE GLADE EREC
V. H. WADDILL, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 305-996-3062

Project. No. Title

BGL01914 Integrated Pest Management of Celery and Other Vegetable
Crops


R. K. Braun

5. C. Greiner
T. M. Yuill
E. P. J. Gibbs
E. J. Homan

W. P. Palmore


G. H. Palmer
A. F. Barbet
T. F. McElwain
T. C. McGuire

G. H. Palmer


L. M. Hutt-Fletcher


S. F. Sundlof

A. F. Esser


Researchers)

C. A. Conover
R. T. Poole
R. W. Henley

R. T. Poole
* R. J. Henny
.R. H. Stamps
C. A. Conover

A. R. Chase


R. T.
R. H.

R. J.
R. H.
R. T.

R. J.

R. T.
C. A.
R. H.
R. W.

L. S.

C. A.
R, T.
L. H.


Poole
Stamps

Henny
Stamps
Poole

Henny

Poole
Conover
Stamps
Henley

Osborne

Conover
Poole
Stamps


Researchers)

V. L. Guzman
J. A. Dusky
R. E. Foster


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BGL02005 Influence of Soil Fertility and Other Parameters on the
Growth and Quality of Turfgrasses

BGL02063 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production

BGL02072 Field Crop Cultivar Testing


BGL02073 Breeding Methods for Beef Cattle in the Southern Region

BGL02118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production

BGL02126 Pepper Improvement through Plant Breeding in Florida


BGL02132 Grazing Evaluation of Forages


BGL02196 Seed Dormancy, Germination, and Vigor


BGL02285 Virus Diseases of Vegetable Crops in South Florida

B9L02309 Economic Importance, Ecology, and Control of White Grubs
Injurious to Florida Sugarcane

BGL02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement

BGL02319 Biology, Epidemiology, and Control of Viruses and
Mycoplasma-like Organisms Causing Diseases of Corn and
Sorghum

BGL02364 Tropical Virus and Mycoplasma Diseases of Corn in Florida
(TAD)

BGL02366 Sugarcane Molasses Plus Additivies

80L02377 Florida Sugarcane Nutrition and Soil" Fertility Response to
N, P and K

BGL02381 Life History, Population Dynamics, and Interference: A Basis
for Understanding Weed Biology

BGL02390 Genetics and Physiology of Sweet Corn Quality, Pest
Resistance, and Yield

BGL02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation





BGL02459 Forage Plant Improvement from New Germplasm Under Varied
Management

BGL02502 Biochemical Transformations in Oxic and Anoxic Soils and
Sediments

BGL02526 Impact of Bacillus Popilliae on Florida Sugarcane Grubs

BGL02555 Influence of Soil Fertility on the Growth and Quality of
Turfgrasses

BGL02593 Biology and Management of Arthropod Pests of Vegetables

BGL02612 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production

BGL02619 The Effects of On-farm Agricultural Practices in the Organic
Soils of the EAA on Phosphorus and Nitrogen Transport


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G. H. Snyder


J. A.

G. H.
D. B.

J. R.

H. Y.
C. A.

R.
H. Y.

F. M.
G. H.

V. L.
R. T.

R. N.

R. H.


Dusky

Snyder
Jones

Crockett

Ozaki
Sanchez

Subramanya
Ozaki

Pate
Snyder

Guzman
Nagata

Raid

Cherry


Miller

Falk


J.

B.


D.

W.


B. W. Falk


V.

D.
F.

J.


H.

L.
J.

A.


Waddill

Anderson
Coale

Dusky


E. A. Wolf


V.
H.
E.
R.

G.


L. Guzman
Y. Ozaki
A. Wolf
T. Nagata

H. Snyder


G. H. Snyder


R. H. Cherry

G. H. Snyder


R.

J.

F.
P.


E.

A.

T.
S.


Foster

Dusky

Izuno
Porter