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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Table of Contents
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    Map of research center locations
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    Report by the dean for research
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    Selected research accomplishments
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    Circulars
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    Experiment station research projects
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    Director's financial report
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    Back Cover
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1988

Annual Research Report

of the
Florida Agricultural Experiment Station
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

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








Table of Contents


MAP OF RESEARCH CENTER LOCATIONS

REPORT BY THE DEAN FOR RESEARCH

SELECTED RESEARCH ACCOMPLISHMENTS

LIST OF FACULTY .....

SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL ARTICLES .

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EXPERIMENT STATION RESEARCH PROJECTS

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1988 REPORT BY THE DEAN FOR RESEARCH


James M. Davidson


During the past year, IFAS research programs involved 24
departments (two in the College of Veterinary Medicine) on the
University of Florida campus in Gainesville and at 20 research
sites located throughout the state. Each of these research units
were visited by the Dean for Research and his staff during the
1987-88 fiscal year. Based on these visits, it is clear that a
good balance exists within IFAS between short-range and long-range
research planning efforts.

The research programs in the Florida Agricultural Experiment
Station at the University of Florida are planned and conducted
through the use of formal projects which document research
conducted in IFAS. While production research receives considerable
attention, fundamental research is addressed including efforts in
environmental and human resource management. As problems or
research thrusts change, new projects are initiated and old
projects terminated. As new projects are proposed, they receive a
careful review by peers before funding is approved. 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. Because of the IFAS
structure, it is possible for IFAS scientists to conduct research
on commodities important to Florida.

Four research areas received emphasis during the past fiscal year
in terms of request for increased legislative support as well as
redirection of existing resources within IFAS. These were biologi-
cal control of pests, marketing and trade of Florida commodities,
water and environmental quality, and biotechnology. With increased
pressure from federal and state regulatory agencies to reduce
pesticide use, IFAS research must provide alternatives for pest
control in agricultural production. Necessary pesticides and plant
nutrients must be used in a more efficient manner and in ways that
do not pose a threat to Florida's surface water and/or groundwater
supplies. Biotechnology provides new techniques and expertise to
enhance the understanding of biological systems as well as for
development of new cultivars, breeds, and products that will
improve agricultural production of both traditional and nontradi-
tional commodities. Florida's agricultural industry has interna-
tional opportunities and must improve its ability to work and
function in this dynamic global marketing and trade environment.
These four research areas will provide new knowledge and technology
that will allow Florida to compete in agricultural production and
be compatible with environmental concerns in the future.

Results of research are reported to the public in many ways, but
primarily through published manuscripts, bulletins and books.
Research results are also reported at state and national con-
ferences and meetings. IFAS holds many field days, short courses,
and conferences to acquaint the public with recent research
findings as well as new research directions.










This Annual Report includes a brief summary of selected research
programs, a list of faculty, publications from the previous year,
title of projects currently underway, and a brief financial report.
The Annual Report is not intended to be a detailed description of
all research underway in IFAS, but rather to summarize selected
areas and to identify those faculty conducting that research.


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1988 SELECTED RESEARCH ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN IFAS


PLANT RESOURCES

Breeding for Bacterial Spot Resistance in Tomato. About 300 genotypes with
reported bacterial disease resistance in tomato have been field screened
for bacterial spot resistance. One accession, Hawaii 7998, exhibited no
disease symptoms in 1983 tests. Genetic studies indicated the resistance
had a fairly high heritability (0.7 to 0.9) and was controlled by a few
genes with primarily additive affects. Four modified backcrosses have been
made with advanced breeding lines. At present, fruit size is not
acceptable but acceptable hybrids with tolerance may be possible within a
year. Bacterial spot is the most serious disease problem of tomatoes in
Florida and chemical control measures are often ineffective. Thus, a
resistance cultivar would have tremendous impact for the Florida tomato
industry. Success in this area of research would mean the removal of a
major production restraint, reduction of spray costs, more tomatoes
produced per acre, and a higher quality tomato because of improved foliage
cover.,
Gulf Coast Research and Education Center, Bradenton
J. W. Scott, Associate Professor, Project Leader



Insect Pathogens. This research looks at a new method for controlling pests
of house plants. Because of the many problems associated with the constant
use of pesticides, methods have been developed to control insects and mites
with natural enemies. More specifically a new fungus has been isolated
that kills whiteflies, mealybugs, and spider mites. This pathogen is easy
to grow and could be easily developed into a commercially viable product.
Evidence indicates that the fungus does not affect other biological control
agents such as ladybird beetles. This research will reduce the amount of
pesticides applied in the urban environment. More pesticides are applied
per unit area in greenhouses than any other agricultural enterprise, so
reduction in use will lower the potential for contaminating ground water
and reduce the need for petro chemically based pesticides.
Central Florida Research and Education Center, Apopka
L. S. Osborne, Professor, and
A. R. Chase, Professor, Project Leaders



Environmental Factors Affecting Ornamental Plants. Tree roots in landscape
environments have been shown to spread up to three times the branch
dripline. Approximately 50% of the root system was located outside the
dripline. Tree root spread was predicted by knowing trunk diameter and
branch spread. Landscape managers can benefit from this by knowing where
to fertilize trees in landscape settings. Past recommendations suggested
spreading fertilizer only beneath the dripline of a tree. This new
information suggests that fertilizer may be spread over a larger area if a
larger percentage of the root system is to be reached.
Department of Ornamental Horticulture
E. F. Gilman, Assistant Professor, and
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Management of Annona Pollinators and Pests. Researchers have determined
that the use of certain species of sap beetles increase pollination and
fruit set in atemoya. Atemoya is one of the new tropical fruit crops
growing in southern Florida which is becoming one of the most desired and
high value exotic fruits in U. S. markets. Currently atemoya must be hand
pollinated to obtain a profitable crop. The use of the sap beetle can
result in 21 percent fruit set above the normal standards. These findings
will translate in yield increase and dollar savings to the atemoya fruit
grower.
Tropical Research and Education Center, Homestead
J. E. Pena, Assistant Professor, Project Leader



Development of Systems for Harvesting, Handling, and Marketing Vegetables.
Field experiments were conducted to determine the influence of replanting
missing tomato plants on marketable fruit size and yield. Treatments
consisted of a control (10 plant plot) and plots with 10, 20, or 40%
missing plants which were either not replanted or replanted 1, 2, or 3
weeks after initial planting. Replacing missing plants only improved
marketable tomato yields when the level of missing plants reached 30% and
only then in a stressed environment. Replacing plants skips up to a level
of 30% did not improve marketable tomato yields when in a favorable plant
growth environment existed. These results suggest that tomato plants have
the ability to compensate for fruit yields in fields with up to 20% missing
plants. In commercial tomato field situations of uneven plant populations,
growers can utilize this research to base a production and economical
decision on whether to replant missing plants in their fields.
Agricultural Research and Education Center, Ft. Pierce
P. J. Stoffella, Associate Professor, Project Leader


Irrigation and Drainage of Citrus on Flatwoods Soils. Water table
fluctuations in bedded Florida flatwoods citrus groves were found to vary
greatly depending upon soil series. The extent of root damage during high
water table periods following excessive rainfall is dependent upon the rate
of water table recession. The time required for the water table to drop
6 inches ranged from 20 to 76 hours. Root damage is known to occur when
the water table recession rate is less than 2.0 inches. The water table
was at or above 18 inches for 10 days for the Chobee soil series while the
Nettles series highest 10-day water table was greater than 40 inches.
Pineda and Riviera soil series had the quickest drain-out periods following
irrigations or heavy rainfall. This research should help growers to
irrigate at more efficient levels.
Agricultural Research and Education Center, Ft. Pierce
B. J. Boman, Assistant Professor, Project Leader



Genetic Improvement of Small Grains. The IFAS small grains breeding
program has made a significant impact on southern agriculture in recent
years. The program has released nine new varieties since 1980. Several of
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acres in the South. Florida 301 wheat was released in 1980 and was one of
the major reasons for a nearly ten fold increase in wheat acreage in
Florida. Wheat went from 17,000 acres planted in 1978 to 155,000 acres in
1985. Florida 302 was released in 1984 and is the most widely grown
variety in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas
in 1988. It also is grown on significant acreage in South Carolina, North
Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri and Texas.
Florida 302 was grown on 24,591 acres for certified seed production in
1986, the first year it was available for certified seed production. There
was only one other soft red winter wheat grown on a larger acreage in the
U.S. Florida 303 has been approved for release in 1988. It is an
outstanding variety and quite likely will be popular among southern wheat
producers. These varieties have increased grower profits because of their
higher yield and of their excellent soft wheat quality.
North Florida Research and Education Center, Quincy
R. D. Barnett, Professor, Project Leader



Lesser Cornstalk Borer Management. Producers can more efficiently reduce
pest losses by adopting management strategies developed by a research
effort spearheaded by scientists at the University of Florida. Lesser
cornstalk borer is a pest of peanuts, grain sorghum, and other crops. The
seasonal abundance of the pest in each crop was determined, and this
information used to evaluate the periods in each crop that are critical for
detection and control of the pest. Several efficacious control tactics
were determined to improve yield and quality in peanuts, while having
minimal ecological drawbacks. Treatment regimens with positive economic
returns to producer can be utilized according to the research findings.
The economics of lesser cornstalk borer control in grain sorghum also was
determined. Combined with the development of an improved method to detect
damaging levels of the pest, the research greatly improves management
programs for grain sorghum. Adoption of the management programs will
result in producer acceptance of some agri-business products. At the same
time, pest commodity losses will be reduced and the economic return to
producers improved.
North Florida Research and Education Center, Quincy
J. E. Funderburk, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Genetic Improvement of Peanut. A new runner market-type peanut variety,
'Southern Runner', was released by the University of Florida in 1986. This
variety is the first peanut variety released in the USA with documented
resistance to leafspot. The latter is the number one foliar disease
problem on peanuts in the world. Growers annually spend $40 to $50 per
acre in fungicide application cost to control this disease on peanuts. The
resistance of this variety is only moderate but should allow growers to cut
fungicide costs in half. This would save Florida growers $2.0 million
total per season or more if all 80,000+ acres in Florida were planted to
Southern Runner and spray programs were cut in half (from 7-9 applications
to 3-4). Similar savings could be accomplished in other states, especially
Georgia and Alabama, with this variety. Southern Runner also had some
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these factors should reduce grower production cost and crop loss risks from
these diseases. Also its chemical quality is better than Florunner (the
main runner type variety in the U.S.). The reduction in fungicide use on
peanuts will also have a favorable environmental impact.
Agricultural Research and Education Center, Marianna
D. W. Gorbet, Professor, Project Leader


Management of Leafminers on Celery. Leafminers have been considered the
most important insect pest of celery for a number of years. They have
developed resistance to many insecticides and currently are controlled by
only one registered insecticide, Trigard. Normal grower practice has been
to spray Trigard weekly throughout the life of the celery crop to control
leafminers. This frequent use of Trigard is expensive and increases the
likelihood that leafminers will become resistant to Trigard, which would
leave growers with no chemical for controlling leafminers. Recent research
at the Everglades Research and Education Center has shown that moderate to
heavy leafminer infestations have no effect on celery growth or yield.
Also, it was shown that leafminers only reduce the cosmetic quality of
celery during the last month of the three-month growing season for celery.
Therefore, Trigard applications can be greatly reduced during the first two
months of the growing season. The overall use of Trigard on celery can be
reduced by greater than 50% because of the results of this research.
Everglades Research and Education Center, Belle Glade
R. E. Foster, Assistant Professor, Project Leader



FOREST RESOURCES

Genetic Improvement of Four Southern Pine Species. An analytical method
called Best Linear Production (BLP) was adapted from animal science to more
efficiently rank 2,000 slash pine trees for their genetic value for
breeding. Compared to currently used methods in forestry, BLP rankings are
much closer to the true genetic value and allow more progress from
selection. The highest ranking genotypes were selected to be used by the
Cooperative Forest Genetics Research Program (a cooperative breeding
program consisting of 13 private forest industries, three state agencies
and the University of Florida). The members of the CFGRP will use
genetically-improved seed from these genotypes to reforest 1/4 to 1/2
million acres of harvested land each year. These improved forest stands
will produce approximately 25% more wood volume and be less diseased than
trees from unimproved seed. Through this research, forestry will be more
profitable, more cost-effective and more competitive in international
markets. This should create more jobs and lower product prices.
Department of Forestry
T. L. White, Associate Professor, Project Leader



Epidemology and Management of Fusiform Rust. The incidence and impact of
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concomitant with intensive plantation management. Understanding the causes
and control of this major disease that causes millions of dollars in annual
losses in the South is the focus of forest pest management research.
Management practices which enhance site quality, growth and productivity
also favor an increase in disease incidence and damage. Research has
identified the roles of climate, soils, ecosystem diversity, cultural
practices and seed source in the fusiform rust epidemic. Disease resistant
genotypes of slash and loblolly pines have been selected and planted and
these have reduced losses by as much as 50%. To aid genotype deployment,
forest sites have been rated for disease potential. Current research seeks
to better define site hazard for fusiform rust, quantify the role of the
alternate host (oak) and characterize pathogenic variability in the fungus
causing the disease. This research provides information to reduce losses
and thereby increase productivity and profit to farm forests.
Department of Forestry
R. A. Schmidt, Professor, Project Leader



ANIMAL RESOURCES

Sugarcane Molasses Plus Additives for Beef Production. Addition of natural
protein to molasses appears to be a cost-effective method of improving beef
production efficiency. In a three year University of Florida study, the
addition of cottonseed meal to molasses has consistently resulted in a 10%
improvement in conception rates of beef cows when compared to molasses
alone. If age of the cow is considered, the conception rate response is
greater; young cows (3-4 year old) demonstrate a much greater response to
the inclusion of cottonseed meal in a molasses mix than do older (6+ year
old) cows. Calf weaning weights also appear to be heavier for
molasses-cottonseed meal supplemented cows. When combined with improved
conception rates and heavier weaning weights, this research clearly
demonstrates that molasses based natural protein feeds can make an
economical contribution to beef cattle production. This technique will
improve the profitability of cow/calf production in Florida as well as
provide a market for molasses, a by-product of the sugarcane industry.
Agricultural Research and Education Center, Ona
R. V. Machen, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Enteric Infections in Cattle. Johne's Disease in its clinical
manifestation causes chronic diarrhea in cattle and goats. Cattle can be
carriers of the disease and shed infective organisms in their feces for
months prior to showing clinical signs of the illness. The severity of the
carrier state, in Florida cattle, has not been determined. A state-wide
survey was recently conducted on beef and dairy cattle to determine the
prevalence rate (carrier state) of Johne's Disease infection. The results
of this survey estimate that the prevalence rate in beef cattle is 8.5% and
17% in dairy cattle. On ranches and farms where the Johne's Disease
infection rate is high, a control program using a Johne's vaccine may be
indicated. The cull rate of cattle in Florida, due to clinical and
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which is reliable is needed to evaluate the economic impact of Johne's
Disease on a particular ranch or farm.
Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences
R. K. Braun, Professor, Project Leader



Embryonic Development in Superovulated Dairy Cattle Exposed to Elevated
Ambient Temperatures Between Days 1 to 7 Post Insemination. Holstein
heifers (n 29) were used to determine whether thermal stress during the
first 7 days of embryonic development may increase the incidence of
embryonic abnormalities in dairy cattle. Heifers were acclimated to
environmental chambers at 200C for 9 days and superovulated with follicle
stimulating hormone-pituitary (FSH-P; 40 mg total), beginning on Days 9 to
11 of the estrous cycle. Prostaglandin F2 (Lutalyse; 50 mg total) was
administered on Day 3 of FSH-P. Heifers were inseminated artificially at
estrus and then maintained at either thermal neutrality (200C) or under
hyperthermic conditions (daily exposure up to 16 h at 300C and 8 h at 420C)
for 7 days beginning at 30 h after the onset of estrus. On Day 7 post
estrus, embryos were recovered nonsurgically and evaluated morphologically
for state of development and quality. The distribution of embryos
classified as normal, abnormal, retarded or as unfertilized ova, differed
(P<0.001) between heat stress and thermoneutral treatments. Only 20.7% of
82 embryos recovered from stressed heifers were normal compared with 51.5%
of 68 embryos from thermoneutral animals. Stressed heifers had a higher
incidence of abnormal and retarded embryos with degenerate nonviable
blastomeres. Responses indicated that thermal stress from 30 h after the
onset of estrus to Day 7 post estrus increases the incidence of abnormal
and retarded embryos in superovulated heifers.
Departments of Dairy Science and Large Animal Clinical Sciences
W. W. Thatcher, Professor and
M. Drost, Professor, Project Leaders


Evaluation of Florida Produced Feed Ingredients for Swine Diets.
Triticale, a synthetic cereal grain obtained by crossing wheat with rye,
has been around for sometime. The recent development of new, improved
varieties by the Universities of Florida and Georgia has renewed interest
in triticale as a potential feed grain crop for the feed grain deficient
Southeastern U.S. Swine feeding trials conducted by the Universities of
Florida and Georgia in evaluating new triticale varieties have been
encouraging. Results of these experiments indicated that pigs fed diets
containing triticale as a major ingredient had growth rates and feed
efficiencies (feed required per unit of weight gain) that were essentially
similar to pigs fed traditional corn-based diets. These experiments also
showed that when triticale was used in the diet instead of corn, less of
the rather expensive protein supplement, such as soybean meal, was needed.
This is due to triticale's higher nutrient content than corn. Presently,
there are some swine producers in the Southeast, who grow their own feed
grain, growing and using triticale. Interest in triticale has also
stimulated commerical seed companies to release triticale grain varieties


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adapted to the Southeastern U.S. This research could help livestock
feeders in the Southeast be more competitive to feeders in other parts of
the country where feed grains are more abundant.
Agricultural Research and Education Center, Marianna
R. O. Myer, Associate Professor, Project Leader



NATURAL RESOURCES

Woody Plant Control. Researchers in IFAS have shown that adequate control
of woody plants on south Florida rangelands can be achieved following a
single pass of a roller chopper under saturated soil conditions, but not
under dry soil conditions. Treatment of pastures during saturated soil
conditions should eliminate the second pass of the roller chopper that
traditionally has been employed, thus reducing the cost of woody plant
control by approximately 50%. Before any mechanical woody plant control
technique is applied, however, a survey of the herbaceous vegetation must
indicate an adequate abundance of preferred forage species on the site.
Because woody plant control is never complete, sufficient cover should
remain on a site to provide wildlife habitat functions. However, very
large blocks (greater than 200-300 acres) of land should not be treated.
Improved forage production at a minimal cost should improve the
profitability of commerical beef production.
Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences
G. W. Tanner, Associate Professor, Project Leader


Range Rehabilitation and Management. Creeping bluestem (Schizachyrium
scoparium var. stoloniferum) types high in digestibility and seed
production capability have been identified and crossed. Progeny from these
crosses are being evaluated for future selection and crossing. To date,
substantial progress has been made on seed yield. In 1981 to 1983 tests
show most types having seedheads contained less than 3% seeds. In 1986 and
1987, seedheads of selected types have more than 50% seeds with 80% or
better germination. This research demonstrates that deteriorated
Southeastern range can be renovated such that ranchers can carry more
cattle on less range without lime or fertilizer and have an important
impact on revegetation of drastically disturbed areas.
Agricultural Research and Education Center, Ona
R. S. Kalmbacher, Professor, Project Leader



NEW AND IMPROVED PRODUCTS

Microbial Herbicides as an Alternative to Chemical Herbicides. Using
certain fungal plant pathogens of weeds as selective microbial herbicides,
IFAS scientists at the University of Florida hope to alleviate some of the
environmental and economic problems caused by weeds while reducing the
heavy reliance on chemical herbicides. Weeds, like cultivated plants, are


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susceptible to several specific, destructive pathogens. By carefully
researching and choosing pathogens that are effective against weeds but
safe against non-target plants, scientists have developed
commercially-viable biological herbicides that offer an alternative to
conventional chemical herbicides. Thus far, successful microbial
herbicides have been developed for water hyacinth, the world's worst
aquatic weed, and milkweed vine, a costly pest in Florida's citrus
industry. Several other fungi capable of controlling troublesome weeds
such as hydrilla, johnsongrass, showy crotalaria, and sicklepod have also
been discovered and are undergoing development as microbial herbicides.
Basic studies on the host range and virulence of microbial herbicides using
biotechnological approaches are also progressing.
Department of Plant Pathology
R. Charudattan, Professor, Project Leader


Ornamental Plants Freed of Disease-Causing Pathogens. Virus and microbial
diseases are common in foliage plants and sometimes cause serious losses in
Florida's 300 million dollar foliage industry. These pathogens are now
being controlled by the use of tissue culture technology recently developed
by plant pathologists in IFAS. As a result, millions of foliage plants are
now being grown by tissue culture in modern commerical laboratories and
more energy efficiently than before. Because modern planting stock
produced by tissue culture is pathogen-free, the need to apply pesticides
to grow plants to maturity is substantially reduced. The saleable product
is more acceptable for export to countries (such as Japan and Australia)
with strict quarantine regulations. The pathogen-free plants are more
attractive, faster growing, and have longer survival than plants started by
conventional culture.
Department of Plant Pathology
F. W. Zettler, Professor, Project Leader


Fuel Alcohol Production from Agricultural Waste. Using recombinant DNA
methods to insert genes from alcohol-producing bacteria into bacteria which
are able to metabolize a wide variety of sugars including lactose,
pentoses, and hexoses, researchers in IFAS have developed new strains of
microorganisms which are capable of rapidly and efficiently converting the
sugars in whey and in hydrolysates of unused plant parts into fuel ethanol.
Organisms with these capabilities are unknown in nature and offer many new
possibilities. Further development of a complete process based upon these
recombinant organisms may lead to new markets for by-products of
under-utilized agricultural materials, increased use of ethanol as a
petroleum substitute for both energy and in the chemical industry, and to
the cultivation of new and hardy crops primarily for energy production.
Small scale conversion units may provide an economical source of energy
which can be used to supply part of the energy needs of cultivation,
storage, transportation and processing.
Department of Microbiology and Cell Science
L. O. Ingram, Professor, Project Leader


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Citrus Processing by Freeze Concentration. Food scientists in IFAS
conducted a cooperative industry/university study to define quality and
processing conditions for grapefruit and orange juice using the patented
process for concentrating liquid foods by freezing out the water. The
results of these freeze concentration studies demonstrated the unique
preservation of the delicate flavor compounds responsible for fresh citrus
juice aroma. Using laboratory and pilot plant facilities, other processing
parameters and pitfalls important to commerical-scale application were
identified and evaluated. Worldwide, there are now several commercial
installations of this process. At least two Florida citrus processors use
this method for part of their juice concentration.
Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred
R. J. Braddock, Professor, Project Leader


Farm Worker Safety. Original EPA pesticide reentry standards set in 1972
were based on studies in California and Texas. Scientists in IFAS
discovered that the combination of frequent rains, temperature, dew and
other sources of humidity in Florida caused pesticides to disappear from
citrus leaf surfaces more rapidly than in California and Texas. They also
found a direct correlation between the amount of pesticide residues on the
leaves and the amount of pesticide absorbed by pickers. EPA now uses
Florida's model for determining grove reentry and regulations to reduce
pesticide exposure of farm workers as its nationwide standard for
regulating reentry and risk/benefit estimates for registration of new
pesticides. Pesticides can penetrate the skin. The hands are the primary
exposure points for drivers of tractor-pulled, air-blast sprayers. Use of
rubber gloves by applicators reduced exposure by about 35 percent.
Loaders, on the other hand, had a 15 percent increase in exposure by
wearing rubber gloves.
Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred
H. N. Nigg, Professor, Project Leader


Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvements. The use of 'biomass
crops' for conversion to energy-rich products such as gas (methane) has
been limited by the slow breakdown of cellulose (a long carbohydrate
polymer in plant cell walls) to sugars which can be fermented. Researchers
in IFAS find that fungal cellulases (enzymes that speed up the conversion
of cellulose to sugars), when added to mixed cultures of anaerobic
microorganisms, increased methane yields from plants such as sorghum. The
greatest effect is due to 'exo' enzymes which cleave sugars from the ends
of cellulose molecules; they work efficiently with the cellulose-degrading
enzymes being produced by the mixed culture. In collaboration with
scientists at UNC-Chapel Hill, the gene (DNA) and enzyme (protein) sequence
for the most active 'exo' enzyme was determined. Now, genetic improvement
of selected anaerobes should open the way to the use of biomass crops, as
well as agricultural and process wastes, providing additional energy
sources and opportunities for 'biomass farming.' This research points to
an improved conversion process which may make it feasible to use marginal
land for 'energy crops' and to the possible use of some species not now
considered for agricultural production. The advent of new and possibly


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diverse crops for energy may provide alternatives for farmers who now are
unable economically to produce crops which require growth on a large scale
and are adapted to the best land and agronomic conditions available.
Energy crops, by their nature, are probably going to be grown, converted to
end products) and used within a short radius-improving the opportunities
for the exploitation of a variety of crops which can be grown optimally
under differing conditions of climate and soil.
Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition
R. D. Brown, Associate Professor, and
M. Gritzali, Assistant Research Scientist, Project Leaders



HUMAN NUTRITION

Efficacy of Intraperitoneal Nutrition Support. Patients who are unable to
ingest food due to digestive abnormalities are usually maintained by
intravenous feeding. However, a number of these individuals do not
tolerate this feeding technique. Researchers at the Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, found that a liquid formula
of carbohydrate, fat, amino acids, vitamins and minerals can be absorbed
into the bloodstream upon injection into the peritoneal cavity, the space
within the abdomen and pelvis. Rapid uptake of nutrients by the process of
dialysis occurs within the first hour. Fat continues to be absorbed over a
four hour period. Development of an animal model showed that rats can be
maintained in a healthy state with no weight loss for seven days by
repeated exchanges of formula, with no oral or intravenous intake. This
technique of nutrition support may be utilized in patients with poor access
to veins and those in which a fluid load would not be tolerated, such as
renal, cardiac, or pulmonary failure.
Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition
H. S. Sitren, Associate Professor, Project Leader


INFORMATION SYSTEMS

The Effect Of Advertising On Fluid Milk Consumption. An analysis of the
national dairy checkoff program to advertise fluid milk provides a measure
of the effectiveness of regional and national checkoff activities.
Researchers in IFAS estimate that for the two-year period ending September,
1986, total milk sales attributed to advertising was approximately 4.9
billion pounds. The research estimates the influence of prices, consumer
income and seasonal conditions on consumption. The effects of
socio-economic characteristics of the consumer were also measured. This
research is being used to evaluate several major policy issues relating to
assessment levels and overall performance of the checkoff program. The
research has been essential to the dairy industry as they utilize the
current checkoff authority. The work has also been useful to other
industries and private firms. Farmers Will have better information for
judging the continuance of the programs into new areas such as
international markets. This research can be used to make longer term
projections. That is, this research can be used to estimate the long term









impact of advertising and how advertising today influences milk consumption
in subsequent months.
Department of Food and Resource Economics
R. W. Ward, Professor, Project Leader


Conversion of a Mode A Earth Station to Mode AAA Using a Personal Computer.
In early 1982, the University of Florida's Institute of Food and
Agricultural Science began to acquire thermal images of Florida directly
from the weather satellite, GOES-East. These images were disseminated as
color-coded maps in near real-time, i.e. within minutes of when received,
to National Weather Service forecasters responsible for frost warnings as
well as to agricultural extension workers and growers who were making
decisions regarding the need for cold protection methods. In May of 1987,
the mode of the transmission from the GOES satellites was upgraded and the
imagery could no longer be acquired with the original earth station
equipment. In anticipation of the Mode A to Mode AAA change, a search for
new components for the earth station began. Commercial solutions to this
problem exceeded $100,000 accompanied by admissions that delivery dates
were indefinite. As an alternative, an inexpensive microcomputer was
chosen, the Commodore Amiga 1000, to control the replacement components in
a way that would permit them to accommodate future changes in the mode of
satellite transmission. The Amiga based preprocessor has been designed,
constructed, and currently is receiving thermal images of the Southeastern
portion of the United States. Work continues to develop software that will
permit the reception of images in the visible band and later vertical
sounding profiles are expected to become available to the new, inexpensive
earth station. There appears to be an opportunity to transfer this
technology to industry and to other universities. Weather information,
quickly and easily acquired, is likely to be driving all kinds of weather
sensitive agricultural decision making processes. Pest models, crop
maturity forecast programs, freeze damage assessment models, pesticide
application scheduling programs, irrigation scheduling programs, movement
of nutrients in soil water, and harvest-planning modules are but some of
the programs which are likely to be heavily impacted by such weather
information in the future. Florida farmers farm the climate, and the
climate is the series of weather events documented for the most part by
satellite imagery.
Department of Fruit Crops
J. D. Martsolf, Professor, Project Leader


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LIST OF IFAS PERSONNEL AND AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

JULY I, 1987 JUNE 30, 1988

(x = greater than 50% FTE; o 50% or less FTE)


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


VICE PRESIDENT FOR AGRICULTURAL AFFAIRS

ZACHARIAH, GERALD L.

CRIBBETT, ALBERT F.
MORRIS, MILTON E.
POUCHER, DONALD W.
TAMMEN, JAMES F.

DEAN FOR RESIDENT INSTRUCTION

FRY, JACK L.

DRUMMOND, EVAN
MISHOE, JOHN W.

DEAN FOR RESEARCH

DAVIDSON, JAMES M.

EMINO, EVERETT R.
FREEMAN, THOMAS E.
NEILSON, JOHN T.
THOMPSON, NEAL P.

DEAN FOR EXTENSION

WOESTE, JOHN T.

APP, JAMES L.
BRASHER, JAMES J.
CLARKE, MARION L.


DISTRICT DIRECTORS

COLE, MAURICE F.

RYAN, STEPHEN O.
SMITH, WAYNE P.

WARNOCK, HAROLD P.
WOOTTON, RICHARD D.


PERSONNEL AFFAIRS

ANDREW, RAYMOND C.


PLANNING AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS

MCKEE, VERNON C.


IFAS SPONSORED PROGRAMS AND DEVELOPMENT

KRAMER, ROBERT C.

IFAS SPONSORED PROGRAMS

COOK, CAROL A.


INTERIM VICE PRESIDENT AND PROF. 392-1971 SUNCOM
622-1971
ASST. VICE PRESIDENT AND ASST. PROF. 392-1971
DIR. GOV'T. RELATIONS AND PROF. 392-4574
DIR. IFAS INFORMATION 392-1971
INDUSTRY RELATIONS, RESEARCH SCI. 462-3281



ACTING DEAN FOR RESIDENT INSTR. AND PROF.
392-1961 SUNCOM 622-1961
ASST. DEAN AND PROF. 392-1961
ACTING ASST.DEAN AND PROF. 392-2251



DEAN FOR RESEARCH AND PROF. 392-1784 SUNCOM
622-1784
ASST. DEAN AND PROF. 392-1787
ACTING ASST. DEAN AND PROF. 392-7231
ASST. DEAN AND PROF. 392-1728
ASSOC. DEAN AND PROF. 392-1786



DEAN FOR EXTENSION AND PROF. 392-1761 SUNCOM
622-1761
ASST. DEAN AND PROF, AGR. & RURAL DEV. PROG. 392-1763
ASSOC. DEAN AND PROF. 392-1761
ASST. DEAN AND PROF., SEA GRANT EXT. PROG.
392-1837 SUNCOM 622-1837



DIST. EXT. DIR. (IV) 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. AND ASSOC. PROF. 392-4777 SUNCOM
622-4777


DIR. AND ASSOC. PROF. 392-1347 SUNCOM
622-1347



DIR. 392-1975



ASST. DIR., RESEARCH PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
392-2357

















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


PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT SHARE

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

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

POPENOE, HUGH L.

ANDREWS, KEITH L.
BALDWIN, DORENE F.

ENO, CHARLES F.

FRENCH, WILLIAM J.

STANSLY, PHILIP A.
VAN HORN JR, HAROLD H.

PROGRAM EVALUATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

STRAUGHN, ALTO A.
ISRAEL, GLENN D.

SUMMERHILL, WILLIAM R.
TAYLOR, CLIFTON L.

CONFERENCES, INSTITUTES AND WORKSHOPS

SMITH, W. HOWARD

FLORIDA SEA GRANT COLLEGE PROGRAM

CATO, JAMES C.

SEAMAN JR, WILLIAM


CENTER FOR AQUATIC PLANTS

JOYCE, JOSEPH C.
LANGELAND, KENNETH A.


CENTER FOR BIOMASS ENERGY SYSTEMS

SMITH, WAYNE H.

CENTER FOR COOPERATIVE AGRICULTURE PROGRAMS FAM

CARTER, LAWRENCE

EDWARDS, JAMES C.
MILLER, DAMON

CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY

SHANKLAND, DANIEL L.
HARBISON, RAYMOND D.

CENTER FOR NATURAL RESOURCES PROGRAMS

MACE JR., ARNETT C.


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




DIR. AND PROF., SOILS, CTR FOR TROPICAL
AGRICULTURE 392-1965
ASSOC. PROF., EAP/HONDURAS 392-1965
VISITING ASSOC. UNIV. LIBR. USAID/CAMEROON
392-1965
PROF. AND CHIEF OF PARTY USAID/CAMEROON
392-1965
PROF. AND PLANT PATHOLOGIST USAID/CAMEROON
392-1965
ASST. PROF., USAID/ECUADOR 392-1965
ASST. DIR. AND PROF., ANIMAL NUTR. 392-1965



DIR. AND PROF. 392-0386 SUNCOM 622-0386
ASST. PROF., PROG. DEVELOPMENT & EVAL. SPEC.
392-0386
PROF., PROG. DEVELOPMENT & EVAL. SPEC. 392-0386
PROF., PROG. DEVELOPMENT & EVAL. SPEC. 392-0386



DIR. AND ASSOC. PROF. EMERITUS 392-5930



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



DIR. AND ASSOC. PROF. 392-9613
ASST. PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS & PLANT MGT.
392-9613



DIR. AND PROF. 392-1511 SUNCOM 622-1511

U

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



DIR. AND PROF., TOXICOLOGY 904-462-3281
PROF., TOXICOLOGY 462-3281



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


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


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING


ISAACS, GERALD W.
BAGNALL, LARRY 0.
BAIRD, CARL D.
BECKER, WILLIAM J.
BOTTCHER, ADELBERT B.

BUCKLIN, RAY A.

CAMPBELL, KENNETH L.
CHAU, KHE V.
CHYNOWETH, DAVID P.
CROMWELL, RICHARD P.
EARLE, JOHATHAN F.
FLUCK, RICHARD C.
FRENCH, BYRON T.
HAMAN, DOROTA Z.
HARRELL, ROY C.
JONES, JAMES W.

JONES, PIERCE H.
LINCOLN, EDWARD P.
NORDSTEDT, ROGER A.
OVERMAN, ALLEN R.
PART, ROBERT M.
PRICE, DONALD R.
SHAW, LAWRENCE N.
SHIH, SUN-FU
SHOUP, W D.

SMAJSTRLA, ALLEN G.
SMERAGE, GLEN H.

TALBOT, MICHAEL T.

TEIXEIRA, ARTHUR A.
WATSON, DENNIS G.

ZAZUETA, PEDRO S.


CHM. AND PROF. 392-1864 SUNCOM 622-1864
x o PROF., AG. PROC. & AQUATIC WEEDS 392-1864
x o PROF., ENGERY & AG. PROC. 392-1864
o x ASSOC. PROF., SAFETY SPECIALIST 392-2468
x o a PROF., WATER RES. & NON-POINT POLLUTION
392-8535
o 0 0 ASST. PROF., FARM STRUCTURES & WASTE MGT.
392-2468
x ASSOC. PROF., WATER MANAGEMENT 392-8534
x ASSOC. PROF., ENERGY & PROC. 392-1864
x ASSOC. PROF., ANAEROBIC DIGESTION 392-9378
o x o ASSOC. PROF., AGE. MACH. 392-2468
x ASST. PROF., BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING 392-9378
x o PROF., AGR. MACH. & SYST. 392-1864
x ASST. PROF., MECH. AG. 392-1864
o x ASST. PROF., WATER MGT. 392-8535
x o ASSOC. PROF., ROBOTICS 392-8534
x PROF. AGR. ENGINE PLANT MODELING & SYSTEMS
ANALYSIS 392-8535
o X o ASST. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL 392-8535
x ASSOC. PROF., ALGAE PROD. 392-1864
x o ASSOC. PROF., WASTE MAGT. 392-1864
x o PROF., WATER MGT. & POLLUTION CONTROL 392-8535
o o GRAD. RES. PROF., SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 392-8535
x AFFILIATE PROF., AG. ENG.
x o PROF., AG. MACH. 392-1864
x PROP., HYDROLOGY 392-1864
x ASSOC. PROF. MECH. AG. & MACHINERY SYSTEMS
392-1864
x o o PROF., WATER MANAGEMENT 392-2468
x ASSO. PROF., BIOLOGICAL & ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
392-2468
X ASST. PROF. AGR. ENGINE. (GRAIN DRYING &
ENERGY)
o a ASSOC. PROF., FOOD ENGR. 392-8535
X ASST. PROF., SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT &
UTILIZATION 392-7853
o x ASSOC. PROF., WATER MGT. 392-2468


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL AND EXTENSION EDUCATION


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


DEPARTMENT OF AGRONOMY

DEAN, CHARLES E.
BALTENSPERGER, DAVID D.

BENNETT, JERRY M.
BOOTE, KENNETH J.
BUHR, KENNETH L.
CHAMBLISS, CARROL G.
COLVIN, DANIEL L.
EDWARDSON, JOHN R.
FRENCH III, EDWIN C.
FRITZ, GEORGE J.
GALLAHER, RAYMOND N.
GARDNER, FRANKLIN P.
HALLER, WILLIAM T.
HIEBSCH, CLIFTON K.
JOYCE, JOSEPH


CHM. AND PROF., 392-0502 SUNCOM 622-0502
ASSOC. PROF., TEACHING 392-0502
PROF., TEACHING 392-0502
PROF., TEACHING 392-0502


CHM. AND PROF. 392-1814 SUNCOM 622-1814
o ASSOC. PROF., FORAGE LEGUME GENETICS &
BREEDING 392-1811
o ASSOC. PROP. WATER MANAGEMENT 392-6180
o PROF., PLANT PHYSIOL. 392-1811
x ASST. PROP. PLANT BRDG. 392-1823
x ASSOC. PROF. EXT. SPEC. FORAGE 392-1817
x ASST. PROF., EXT. WEED SCI. SPEC. 392-1817
o PROF. CYTOGENET 392-7233
o ASSOC. PROF., FARMING SYSTEMS 392-1811
ASSOC. PROF. PLANT PHYSIOL. 392-6145
o o PROF. MULTIPLE CROPPING 392-2325
o RES. SCI., PLANT PHPYSIOLOGY 392-1811
o PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS 392-9613
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. SPEC SOYBEANS 392-1817
DIR. & ASSOC. PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS
392-9613


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


KNAUFT, DAVID A,
LANGELAND, KENNETH A.

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

WILCOX, MERRILL
WOFFORD, DAVID S.
WRIGHT, DAVID L.
YORK JR, E T.


DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL SCIENCE


AMMERMAN, CLARENCE B.

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

DENHAM, STEVEN C.
ELZO, MAURICIO A.

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

LIEB, SANDI
LOGGINS, PHILLIP E.
MARSHALL, TIMOTHY T.
MCDOWELL, LEE R.

MOORE, JOHN E.
OLSON, TIMOTHY A.
OTT, EDGAR A.
RUSSO, SANDRA
SAND, ROBERT S.

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


o x ASSOC. PROF., PLANT BREED. 392-6185
o x ASST. PROF., EXT. SPEC. AQUATIC WEEDS
392-9613
x o ASSOC. PROF., BIOMASS CONVERSION 392-1811
x PROF., PLANT PHYSIOL. 392-1811
x 0 PROF., GENET. 392-1811
x 0 PROF., FIELD CROP ECOL. 392-1811
x o PROF., FORAGE GENET. & BRDG. 392-1823
x o PROF., FORAGE CROP ECOL. 392-1823
x o PROF., FORAGE GENET & BRDG. 392-1823
S o0 ASST. PROP., WEED SCIENCE 392-9413
x 0 PROF., FORAGE GENET. & BRDG. 392-1823
x o ASST. PROF., TROPICAL FORAGE MGT. 392-1924
o K ASST. PROF., EXT. SPEC. FORAGE 813-735-1314
o x PROF., EXT. SPEC. PEANUTS, CROP MGT. TOBACCO
392-1817
x 0 PROF., HERBICIDE BIOCHEM. 392-1810
0 x ASST. PROF., GENTICS & PLANT BREEDING 392-1823
o x PROF., EXT. SPEC. FORAGE 392-5232
x DISTINGUISHED SERV. PROF., PLANT BREEDING
392-6545



ACTING CHMN. & PROF., ANIM. NUTR.
392-1911 SUNCOM 622-1911
x 0 0 ASSOC. PROF. EQUINE HEALTH 392-2454
X o ASST. PROF. ANIM. NUTR. RUMINANT 392-2454
X o GRAD. RES. PROF., ANIM. PHYSIOL. 392-2180
0 x ASSISTANT PROF., SWINE NUTRITION 392-7526
X o PROF. ANIM. NUTR. SWINE 392-7526
X o PROF. ANIM. NUTR. TROPICAL ANIMAL SCIENCE
392-2180
o X ASST. PROF. ANIMAL NUTRITION, RUMINANT 392-2454
X 0 ASST. PROF., ANIMAL BREEDING & GENETICS
392-2366
X o PROF., ANIM. PHYSIOL. 392-2180
0 x PROF., ANIM. BREEDING 392-2366
X 0 ASST. PROF., MEAT SCI. 392-2992
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. EQUINE SPEC. 392-1916
S o0 0 ASSOC. PROF. EXTENSION BEEF SPECIALIST 392-1916
x o ASST. PROF. MEAT SCIENCE 392-2992
x 0 ASST. PROF., EXTENSION MEATS SPECIALIST
392-1916
o x ASSOC. PROF. ANIM. NUTR. HORSE 392-7526
o x PROF. ANIMAL NUTRITION, SHEEP 392-7526
o x ASST. PROF., BEEF CATTLE 392-2454
x 0 PROF. ANIMAL NUTR., TROPICAL ANIMAL SCIENCE
392-2180
X o PROF. ANIMAL NUTR., FORAGE 392-1924
x 0 ASSOC. PROF., ANIMAL BREEDING 392-2366
0 0 PROF. ANIM. NUTR., HORSES 392-2454
x ASST. RES. SCI., NUTRITION, FORAGE 392-1924
S x ASSOC. PROF. ANIM. SCI., EXT. BEEF SPEC.
392-1916
x o PROF. ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY, HORSE 392-2180
x o ASST. PROF., EXT. LIVESTOCK SPEC. 392-1916
o o x PROF. ANIM. SCI. 392-2454
o x ASST. PROF. EXTENSION SWINE SPECIALIST 392-1916
o x PROF. ANIM. PHYSIOL. 392-7526
o o 0 PROF., MEAT SCI. 392-2992 SUNCOM 622-2992


DEPARTMENT OF DAIRY SCIENCE


NATZKE, ROGER P.


CHM. & PROF. MASTITIS & MILKING MGMT.
392-1981 SUNCOM 622-1981


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


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.

BREEDEN, CARL W.

BREEZE, MARSHALL H.

CILLEY, MARY L.
CROWDER JR, LOY V.
MAULED, RANDY W.
MEEKER, DARCY S.

NEHILEY, JAMES M.

PIERCE, JO ANN B.

SMITH JR, ROBERTS C.
WOODS JR, CHARLES T.

DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGY A

CAPINERA, JOHN L.
ALLEN, JON C.

BARFIELD, CARL S.
BENNETT, FREDERICK D.
BOUCIAS, DRION G.
BUTLER, JERRY F.
CROMROY, HARVEY L.
DICKSON, DONALD W.
DUNN, ROBERT A.
FOLTZ, JOHN L.
FRANK, JOHN H.
GUPTA, VIRENDRA K.
HABECK, DALE H.
HALL, DONALD W.
HALL, HARLAN G.
JOHNSON, FREDDIE A.
KNAPP, JOSEPH L.
KOEHLER, PHILIP G.
LLOYD, JAMES E.
MARUNIAK, JAMES E.
MATHENY JR, ELLIS L.
MCSORLEY, ROBERT T.
NATION, JAMES L.
NOLING, JOSEPH W.
SANFORD, MALCOLM T.
SHORT, DONALD E.
SLANSKY JR, FRANK
SMART JR, GROVER C.
SPRENKEL, RICHARD K.


x o ASSOC. PROF. BIOCHEM., FOODS 392-1958
x o ASSOC. PROF., ANIMAL NUTRITION 392-1958
o x ASSOC. PROF., GENETICS 392-5592
x o ASST. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGIST
392-5590
o x PROF. NUTR. 392-1958
x o PROF. ANIMAL PHYS. LAC. 392-5590
x o ASSET. PROF. FORAGES 392-1958
x o GRAD. RES. PROF., ANIM. PHYSIOL. REPRODUCTION
392-5590
x PROF. DAIRY MGMT. 392-5592
x o PROF. GENETICS 392-5592


o o

x

x

x
x

x

o o

x
X


x

ND NEMATOLOGY


X

x
x
x



0
x

x
x
x
x


0
X
x
0







K
o










0
x
o
x
x


o
x
o


CHMN. & PROF. MASS COMMUNICATION 392-1771 &
622-1771
ASSOC. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., RADIO-TV
COORD. 392-1771
ASSOC. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., A.V. COORD.
392-2411
ASSOC. PROF., PUB. 392-1773
ASST. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC. 392-1771
ASST. PROF., COMM./SPEC. VIDEO PROD. 392-1771
ASST. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., PRINT MEDIA
392-1771
ASSOC. PROF.,, EXT. COMM. SPEC., TRAINING &
EVAL. COORD. 392-1773
ASSOC. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., PUB. COORD.
392-1773
ASST. PROF., EXT. COMM. SPEC., RADIO 392-1771
ASSOC. PROF., PRINT MEDIA 392-1771


CHMN. & PROF. 392-1901 SUNCOM 622-1901
ASSOC. PROF., POPULATION DYNAMICS & SYSTEMS
ANAL. 392-1901
o PROF., PEST MGT. 392-1901
o GRAD. RES. PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL 392-7089
o ASSOC. PROF., INSECT PATHOLOGY 392-1790
o PROF., VET. ENT. 392-1930
o o PROF., RADIATION BIOLOGY 392-3104
o PROF., NEMATOLOGY 392-1990
X PROF., EXT. NEMATOLOGY 392-1990
ASSOC. PROF., FORESTRY 392-1440
PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL 392-6787
PROF., SYSTEMATICS 392-9279
o PROF., IMMATURES 392-1901
PROF., MED. ENT. 392-1901
ASST. PROF., HONEY BEE GENETICS 392-1801
x PROF., EXTENSION 392-1937
x PROF., EXT. IPM SPECIALIST 813-956-1151
X PROF., EXTENSION 392-1937
o PROF., SYSTEMATICS 392-1901
ASSOC. PROF., GENETIC ENG. 392-1790
X PROF., ECON. ENT. 392-1901
o PROF., NEMATOLOGY 392-1990
o PROF., PHYSIOLOGY 392-1801
X ASST PROF., EXT. NEMATOLOGIST 813-956-1151
X PROF., APICULTURE 392-1801
x PROF., EXTENSION 392-1937
o ASSOC. PROF., NUTRITIONAL ECOLOGY 392-4901
o PROF., NEMATOLOGY 392-1990
x ASSOC. PROF. ENT., INT. PEST MANAGEMENT
392-5230


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


STIMAC, JERRY L. X o
STRAYER, JOHN R.
TARJAN, ARMEN C. X
TEAL, PETER E. A. x
TRAGER, JAMES C. X
WALKER, THOMAS J. x
WILKINSON, ROBERT C. x
YOUNG, DAVID G. x
YU, SIMON S. 0

DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS

LIBBY, LAWRENCE W.

ADAMS, CHARLES M. x
ALVAREZ, JOSE 0 x
ANDREW, CHRIS 0. o o
ANDREWS, KEITH L.
BABB, EMERSON M. x
BEILOCK, RICHARD P. x
BOGGESS, WILLIAM G.

BURKHARDT, ROBERT 3. X
CARRIER, ROY R. x

CLOSER, RODNEY L. o x
COMER, DOROTHY A. o
COVEY, CHARLES D. x

DAVIS, CARLTON G. x

DEGNER, ROBERT L. x 0
DOW, JOSE K. x

EMERSON, ROBERT 0. x

FAIRCHILD, GARY F. X
FORD, STEPHEN A. o x
GLADWIN, CHRISTINA H. x 0
GORDON, JOHN R. 0o

HEWITT, TIMOTHY D. x
HILDEBRAND, PETER E. x

HOLT, JOHN x
KEPNER, KARL W. x

KIKER, CLYDE F. x
KILMER, RICHARD L. x
LANGHAM, MAX R. x
LONG, BURL F. o

LYNNE, GARY D. x
MILON, JOSEPH W. x

MOSS, CHARLES B. x

MULKEY, WILLIAM D. o o

MURARO, RONALD P. o x

PREVATT, J. WALTER o x

POLOPOLUS, LEONIDAS x 0
REYNOLDS, JOHN E. x
SEALE, JR., JAMES L. x


o ASSOC. PROF., POPULATION ECOLOGIST 392-7088
x PROF., ECON. ENT. 392-1901
o PROF., NEMATOLOGY 392-1990
ASSOC. RES. SCI., INSECT PHERMONES 374-5730
ASST. RES. SCI., TAXONOMY 392-6709
o PROF., ECOLOGY 392-1901
o PROF., FOREST ENT. 392-1440
ASSOC. RES. SCI., SANDFLIES 392-1888
S PROF., INSECT TOXICOLOGY 392-1801



CHMN. & PROF., PUBLIC POLICY 4 RESOURCE ECON
392-1826 SUNCOM 622-1826
ASST. PROF., MARINE ECONOMICS 392-4991
PROF., FARM MGMT/PROD. ECON. SUNCOM 250-1142
o PROF. TRADE, DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING 392-9899
ASSOC. PROF., EAP/HONDURAS 392-1965
o EMINENT SCHOLAR, MARKETING 392-5131
o ASSOC. PROF., MKTG. TRANSPORTATION 392-5058
o ASSOC. PROF., FARM MGT., PROD. RESOURCES
392-1845
o ASST. PROF., PHILOSOPHY AGRIC. 392-1826
PROF., PUBLIC POLICY, NAT. RESOURCES ECON.
392-5063
ASSOC. PROF., PUBLIC POLICY 392-1854
S ASSOC. PROF., NATURAL RESOURCE ECON. 392-1848
PROF., AG. POLICY LABOR RELATIONS PERSONNEL
MGMT. 392-1854
o PROF. FOOD & NUTRITION ECONOMICS, PUBLIC
POLICY, ECON. DEV. 392-9897
PROF.& DIR. MARKET RES. CENTER 392-1845
o PROF., INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & TRADE
392-4991
o ASSOC. PROF., PROD. ECON, ECONOMETRIC LABOR
392-5061
o ASSOC. PROF., EXT. AG. MKGT. SPEC. 392-1845
ASST. PROF. FARM MANAGEMENT ECONOMIST 392-1854
0 ASSOC. PROF., SMALL FARM MANAGEMENT 392-1881
o ASSOC. DEPT. CHMN. AND PROF., RURAL ECON.
DEVLP. AG. PUBLIC POLICY 392-1826
ASSOC. PROF., FARM MGMT/AGR.MKTG. 392-6597
0 PROF., INT'L DEVEL. FARMING SYSTEMS/SMALL
FARMS 392-1854
o PROF. FARM MGT. SPEC.,PROD. ECON. 392-1845
o DISTINGUISHED SERV. PROF. FOOD MKTG &
DISTRIBUTION 392-1845
o PROF., NAT. RESOURCES ENV. ENOC. 392-2396
o ASSOC. PROF., AG. MARKETING 392-1845
o PROF., ECON. DEVEL. & ECONOMETRICS 392-2297
x PROF., UNDERGRADUATE COORD. NAT. RESOURCE
ECON. 392-1848
o PROF., NAT. RES. ECON. PROD. ECON. 392-5062
o ASSOC. PROF., ENV. & NAT. RESOURCE ECON.
392-1883
o ASST. PROF., AGRI. AND AGRIBUSINESS FINANCE
392-9893
a PROF., RES. & ENV. REGIONAL ECON. COMM.
DEVEL. 392-1854
ASSOC. PROF., AREA FARM MGT. ECON. LAKE
ALFRED SUNCOM 533-1203
ASSOC. PROF., FARM MGMT/PROD. ECON.,
813-755-1568
a PROF., MKTG. & POLICY 392-1854
0 PROF. NATURAL RESOURCES 392-1845
0 ASST. PROF., INT'L AG. TRADE, FINANCE &
POLICY 392-1845


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


SHONKWILER, JOHN S. x o
SIMPSON, JAMES R. o x o
SPREEN, THOMAS H. o o
STRAIN, JAMES R. o x
TAYLOR, TIMOTHY G. x o

TEFERTILLER, KENNETH R. x
THUNBERG, ERIC M. x o
VAN BLOKLAND, PETER J. o x

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

DEPARTMENT OF FOOD SCIENCE AND HUMAN NUTRITION

WHEELER, WILLIS B.

AHMED, ESAM M. x o
ANDERSON, CHRISTINE R. x
BAILEY, LYNN B. x o
BALABAN, MURAT o o

BATES, ROBERT P. o o o
BORUM, PEGGY L. x o
BRWN JR, ROSS D. x o
CORBETT, MICHAEL D. x
COUSINS, ROBERT J. x o

DIPIETRO, CHRISTINA M. o x
GREGORY III, JESSE F. x o
GRITZALI, MIKELINA x
LIZ, LORI 0. x

LINDSAY, JAMES A. x o
MALAGODI, MARJORIE H. x

MARSHALL JR, MAURICE R. x o

MATTHEWS, RICHARD F. o X
MCGOWAN, CLAUDE x o
MEISTER, CHARLES W. x
MOYE, HUGH A. x o
NESHEIM, OLAF N. x

OTWELL, WALTER S. x
ROBBINS, RALPH C. x o
RODRICK, GARY E. o o
SCHMIDT, RONALD H. o x
SHIREMAN, RACHEL M. x o
SIMS, CHARLES A. x o
SITREN, HARRY S. x o
TOTH, JOHN x
WEI, CHENG-I x 0
WHITNEY, SUSAN x

SCHOOL OF FOREST RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION

MACE JR, ARNETT C.

DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY

REID, CHARLES P.

ABT, ROBERT C. o x
ARVANITIS, LOUKAS G. X 0


PROF., PRICE ANALYSIS 392-1845
PROF., LIVESTOCK MKTG. DEVLPMT. 392-1854
PROF., QUANTITATIVE METHODS 392-2297
PROF., EXT. ORNAM. PLANTS AND CROPS 392-5070
ASSOC. PROF., PROD. ECON. & ECONOMETRICS
392-2297
PROF., AG. ECON. 392-2751
ASST. PROF., MARINE ECONOMICS 392-4991
ASSOC. PROF., FINANCE, FUTURES MKTS., MGMT.
392-1848
ASSOC. PROF., AG. MARKETING 392-2297
PROF., MKTG. AND INDUSTRIAL ORG. 392-1854
ASST. PROF., FARM MGMT/PROD. ECON. 392-5230



CHMN. & PROF., TOXICOLOGY 392-1991
SUNCOM 622-1991
PROF., FOOD PSYCHOPHYS. 392-1991
ASSOC. PROF., DIETETICS 392-1991
PROF., HUMAN NUTRITION 392-1991
ASST. PROF., FOOD ENGINEERING & PROCESSING
392-1991
PROF., FOOD PROCESSING 392-1991
ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN NUTRITION 392-7553
ASSOC. PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY 392-1991
PROF., TOXICOLOGY 392-8001
EMINENT SCHOLAR, NUTRITIONAL BIOCHEMISTRY
392-2133
ASST. PROF., FOOD CHEMISTRY 392-1991
PROF., FOOD CHEMISTRY 392-1991
ASST. RES. SCI., BIOCHEMISTRY 392-1991
ASST. RES. SCI., PHARMACOLOGY/TOXICOLOGY
392-1978
ASSOC. PROF., FOOD MICROBIOLOGY 392-1991
ASST. RES. SCI., PHARMACOLOGY/TOXICOLOGY
392-1978
ASSOC. PROF., SEAFOOD CHEMISTRY -
BIOCHEMISTRY 392-1991
PROF., FOOD SCIENCE 392-1991
ASST. PROF., TOXICOLOGY 392-1991
ASSOC. RES. SCI., PLANT PATHOLOGY 392-1978
PROF., ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 392-1978
PROF., PESTICIDE INFORMATION COORDINATOR
392-4721
PROF., SEAFOOD TECHNOLOGY 392-2558
ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN NUTRITION 392-8031
ASSOC. PROF., SEAFOOD MICROBIOLOGY 392-1991
PROP., DAIRY TECHNOLOGIST 392-8003
ASSOC. PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY 392-1991
ASST. PROF., ENOLOGY 239-1991
ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN NUTRITION 392-1991
ASST. RES. SCI., ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 392-1978
ASSOC. PROF., FOOD TOXICOLOGY 392-1991
ASST. EXT. SCI., PESTICIDE EDUCATION 392-4721



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



CHMN. & PROF. ECOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY 392-1850
SUNCOM 622-1850
ASST. PROF. FOREST ECONOMICS 392-1850
PROF., MENSURATION BIOMETRICS 392-1850


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


BLAKESLEE JR, GEORGE M.
CROPPER JR, WENDELL P.
DEAN, THOMAS J.
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
ROCKWOOD, DONALD L.
SCHMIDT, ROBERT A.
WEBB, ROGER S.
WHITE, TIMOTHY L.


o ASSOC. PROF., FOR PATH 392-4826
ASST. RES. SCI., FOR. ECOLOGY 392-1850
ASST. RES. SCI., FOR. ECOLOGY 392-1850
X ASSOC. PROF., FOREST MGT. 392-1850
x ASST. PROF., TREE PHYSIOL./REFORESTATION
392-5420
o PROF., ECOLOGY 392-4851
x ASSOC. PROF., FOR. MGT. EXT. SPEC. 392-5420
o ASSOC. PROF., FOR. ECOL. 392-4851
o ASSOC. PROF., TREE PHYSIOLOGY 392-4851
x ASST. PROF., SILVICULTURE 392-1850
ASST. PROF., FOREST BIO-TECHNOLOGY 392-4851
x ASSOC. PROF., FOREST OPERATIONS 392-1850
x ASST. PROF., NAT. RESOURCES EDUC. 392-5420
o ASSOC. PROF., FOR. HYDROLOGY 392-5420
o PROF., FOREST GENET. 392-1850
o o PROF., FOR. PATH. 392-4826
o ASSOC. PROF., FOREST PATH. 392-4826
ASSOC. PROF., FOREST GENETICS 392-1850


DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES


COLLOPY, MICHAEL W.

EISENBERG, JOHN F.
HARRIS, LAWRENCE D.
HUEGEL, CRAIG N.

JACOBSON, DUDSN J.

LABISKY, RONALD F.
MARION, WAYNE R.
MAZZOTTI, FRANK J.

REDFORD, KENT H.
ROBINSON, JOHN G.

SCHAEFER, JOSEPH M.
SMITH III, THOMAS J.
SUNQUIST, MELVIN E.
TANNER, GEORGE W.


CHMN. & ASSOC. PROF. RAPTOR & WADING BIRD
ECOLOGY 392-4851 SUNCOM 622-4851
ORDWAY PROF., ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION 392-1721
0 PROF., WILDLIFE LANDSCAPE DESIGN 392-4851
x ASST. EXT. SCI., URBAN WILDLIFE
MANAGEMENT 813-586-5477
ASST. RES. SCI., TROPICAL WILDLIFE
CONSERVATION 392-8372
o PROF., WILDLIFE ECOLOGY & MGT. 392-4851
o ASSOC. PROF., AVIAN ECOLOGY 392-5420
X ASST EXT. SCI., URBAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
813-475-8010
ASST. PROF., TROPICAL CONSERVATION 392-0375
o ASSOC. PROF., TROPICAL WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
392-4851
X ASST. PROF., URBAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 392-4851
ASST. RES. SCI., WETLANDS ECOLOGY 392-1861
S ASSOC. RES. SCI., MAMMALIAN ECOLOGY 392-4851
o ASSOC. PROF., RANGE ECOLOGY & MGT. 392-5420


DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE


SHIREMAN, JEROME V.
CAMPTON, JR., DONALD E.
CANFIELD JR, DANIEL E.
CICHRA, CHARLES E.
HALLER, WILLIAM T.
LINDBERG, WILLIAM J.
PHLIPS, EDWARD J.

SCHELSKE, CLAIRE L.
WELLBORN, JR., THOMAS L.

4-H AND OTHER YOUTH PROGRAMS


FISHER, SUSANNE G.

BEAULIEU, LIONEL J.
GREENAWALT, THOMAS C.
HILLIKER, STEPHEN A.
NORTHROP, JAMES C.

RUTLEDGE JR, JOHN A.


CHMN. AND PROF., 392-9617 SUNCOM 620-9617
ASST. PROF., FISH GENETICS 392-9617
ASSOC. PROF., LIMNOLOGY 392-9617


x 0 PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS 392-9613
x o ASST. PROF., MARINE CRUSTACEAN BIOLOGY 392-9617
x ASST. PROF., MARINE BIOMASS & MICROBIAL
PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY 392-9617
X a EMINENT SCHOLAR 392-9613
x PROF., AQUACULTURE SPECIALIST 674-8353



ASST. DEAN & CHMN., 4-H & OTHER YOUTH PROG.
392-1744
O x PROF., EXT. RURAL SOCIOLOGIST 392-1744
x PROF., EXT. 4-H YOUTH SPECIALIST 392-1744
x ASST. PROF., 4-H YOUTH SPEC. 392-1744
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. 4-H YOUTH SPECIALIST
392-1744
o x ASSOC. PROF., EXT.4-H YOUTH SPECIALIST
392-1744


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


SHEPARD, CLINTON L.


DEPARTMENT OF FRUIT CROPS

JACKSON, LARRY K.

BIGGS, ROBERT H.
CLINE, KENNETH C.
CAMPBEL, CARL W.
CROCKER, TIMOTHY E.
DARNELL, REBECCA L.
DAVIES, FREDERICK S.
FERGUSON, JAMES J.
GERBER, JOHN F.

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.
WILLIAMSON, JEFFREY G.
WILTBANK, WILLIAM J.

DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS


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

COOK, LINDA D.
HACKLER, RUTH N.
HAMMER, MARIE S.
HARRISON, MARY N.
MURPHY, LIZETTE L.
PEART, MARY V.
ROOKS-WEIR, EVELYN A.
SMITH, SUZANNA D.
TAYLOR, BARBARA E.
TORRES, NAYDA I.

WAGNER, PATRICIA A.
WARREN, GLENDA L.


x ASST. PROF., 4-H YOUTH SPEC. 392-1744


CHMN. AND PROF., CITRUS SPEC. 392-4711
SUNCOM 622-4711
x o PROF., BIOCHEM. 392-6888
x ASST. PROF., BIOCHEM. AND MOLEC. BIOL. 392-1752
o x o PROF., TROPICAL FRUIT PRODUCTION 305-247-4624
x PROF., DECID. FRUIT SPEC. 392-1996
o o ASST. PROF., DECIDE. FRUIT 392-0965
x o PROF., ENV. PHYS. 392-0790
x ASSOC. PROF., CITRUS SPEC. 392-1996
AFFL. PROF. & DIR. BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH
INST. 462-3904
o x ASST. PROF., GRAPE PRODUCTION 392-7272
X o ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PHYS. 392-1658
x o PROF., DECIDE. FRUIT BRDG. AND GENET. 392-1042
o o o PROF., CLIMATOLOGY 392-4968
X o ASSOC. PROF., FRUIT BRDG. & GENET 392-7593
o x ASSOC. PROF., WATER RELATIONS 813-956-1151
x o o PROF., DECIDE. FRUIT BRDG. 392-1024
x PROF., CUTRUS PRODUCTION 813-956-1151
x PROF., CUTRUS POST-HARVEST 813-956-1151
o x ASST. PROF., CITRUS SPEC. 392-1996
x o o ASST. CHMN. AND PROF., ENV. PHYS. 392-0071



DIR. AND PROF. 392-1778 SUNCOM 622-1778
O x ASST. PROF., FOODS AND NUTRITION 392-2030
o x ASST. PROF., FOODS & NUTRITION 392-2030
x ASSOC. PROF., LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT & ADULT
EDUCUCATION 392-1987
x ASSOC. PROF., HOME ECON. EFNEP 392-2090
x PROF., CLOTHING & TEXTILES 392-1945
x ASSOC. PROF., HOME FURNISHINGS 392-1945
x PROF., CONSUM. EDUCUCATION 392-1868
x ASSOC. PROF., CONSUMER FOOD MARKETING 392-1895
o x ASSOC. PROF., HOUSING 392-7087
x ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 392-2201
o X ASST. PROF., HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 392-2202
x PROF., PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT 392-2201
o x ASSOC. PROF., FAMILY & CONSUMER ECONOMICS
392-1869
x ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN NUTRITION 392-1839
x ASSOC. PROF., FOODS AND NUTRITION EFNEP
392-0404


DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY AND CELL SCIENCE


GANDER, JOHN E.


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

FISCHER, RANDY

GURLEY, WILLIAM 8.
HOFFMANN, EDWARD M.
INGRAM, LONNIE 0.
JENSEN, ROY A.


CHMN. OF DEPT. AND PROF. 392-1906 SUNCOM
622-1906
PROF., RADIATION BIOLOGY 392-1439
PROF., BIOLOGICAL ULTRASTRUCTURE 392-1096
ASSOC. PROF., BIOCHEM. OF DEVELOPMENT 392-1179
ASSOC. PROF., MICROBIAL GENETICS 392-1186
ASSOC. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
392-5925
ASST. RES. SCI., BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS IN
MICROORGANISMS AND PLANTS 392-9676
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 392-4909
PROF., IMMUNOLOGY AND COMPLEMENT 392-5430
PROF., MICROBIAL & CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY 392-5924
PROF., BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS IN MICROORGANISMS
& PLANTS 392-9677


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


JOHNSON, HOWARD M.
PRESTON III, JAMES F.

PREVIC, EDWARD P.

SCHMIDT, ROBERT R.

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


DEPARTMENT OF ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE

SHEEHAN, THOMAS J.

BARRETT, JAMES E. X
BLACK, ROBERT J.

CARPENTER JR, WILLIAM J. X
CISAR, JOHN 0
DEHGAN, BIJAN o
DONSELMAN, HENRY M.

DUDECK, ALBERT E. K
GILMAN, EDWARD F. o
GUY, CHARLES L. x

HENLEY, RICHARD W. o
INGRAM, DEWAYNE L. 0
KANE, MICHAEL E. x
KNOX, GARY W.

MEEROW, ALAN W.
MCCARTY, LAMBERT B. 0

MCCONNELL, DENNIS B. X
NELL, TERRILL A. X
TJIA, BENNY
VERKADE, STEPHEN D.
YEAGER, THOMAS 0

DEPARTMENT OF PLANT PATHOLOGY

BERGER, RICHARD D.

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

HIEBERT, ERNEST x
KIMBROUGH, JAMES W. x
KISTLER, HAROLD C. x

KUCHAREK, THOMAS A. o
LOSCHKE, DAVID C. x

MARTIN, FRANK N. X

MITCHELL, DAVID J. x
NIBLETT, CHARLES L. o
POHRONEZNY, KENNETH L.
PURCIFULL, DAN E. X


GRAD. RES. PROF., 392-1906
PROF., STRUCTURE FUNCTION OF PLANT PROTEIN
TOXINS 392-5923
ASSOC. PROF., MICROBIAL PATHOGENS OF PLANT
PESTS 392-5926
GRAD. RES. PROF., GENE-ENZYME REGULATION,
METABOLIC CONTROL 392-0237
ASSOC. PROF., BACTERIAL PHYSIOLOGY 392-2490
PROF., MICROBIAL ECOLOGY 392-5922
ASSOC. PROF., PARASITOLOGY AND PROTOZOOLOGY
392-1192


PROF. & CHMN., FLOR. 392-1829 SUNCOM
622-1829
0 PROF., WOODY ORNAM. & FLOR. 392-7931
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. URBAN HORTICULTURIST
392-1835
0 PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS 392-7943
x ASST. PROF., TURF/WATER MGT. 305-475-8990
a PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS 392-7941
x ASSOC. PROF., TROPICAL ORNAMENTALS
305-475-8990
o PROF., TURF 392-7939
o ASST. PROF., PLANT ENVIRONMENT 392-7934
o ASST. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
392-7934
X PROF., FOLIAGE 305-889-4161
X PROF., WOODY ORNAM. 392-7942
0 ASST. PROF., TISSUE CULTURE 392-7937
x ASST. PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS, WATER MGT.
SPEC. 392-9090
x 0 ASST. PRPOF., URBAN HORTICULTURE 305-475-8990
x ASST. PROF., TURFGRASS PRODUCTION AND
MAINTENANCE 392-7938
o PROF., FOLIAGE 392-7933
o PROF., FLOR. 392-7933
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. FLOR. SPECIALIST 392-7935
o x ASST. PROF., TEACHING/EDUCATION 305-475-8990
x ASSOC. PROF., WOODY ORNAM. 392-7940



ACTNG. CHMN AND PROF., PLANT DISEASE EPIDEMIOLOGY
392-7234 SUNCOM 622-3631
o ASSOC. PROF., POST HARVEST DISEASES 392-7247
o PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF WEEDS 392-7240
o a PROF., TURF DISEASES/BIO-CONTROL 392-7231
o ASST. PROF., BACTERIAL/PLANT INTERACTIONS
392-7239
PROF., VIROLOGY 392-7246
PROF., MYCOLOGY 392-2158
o ASST. PROF., PHYSIOLOGY OF HOST-PARASITE
INTERACTIONS 392-9241
x PROF., FIELD CROP & VEGETABLE DISEASES 392-1980
o ASST. PROF., GEN. OF HOST-PARASITE INTERACTION
392-7238
ASST. PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL, SOIL-BORNE
PLANT PATHOGENS 392-7241
o PROF., BIO. OF SOIL-BORNE PATHOGENS 392-7242
0 0 PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY 392-3633
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. PEST MANAGEMENT 305-245-3566
PROF., VIROLOGY 392-3637


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


PURDY JR, LAURENCE H.
ROBERTS, DANIEL A.
SCHENCK, NORMAN C.

SIMONE, GARY W.

STALL, ROBERT E.
ZETTLER, FRANCIS W.

DEPARTMENT OF POULTRY SCIENCE

SLOAN, DON R.

CHRISTMAS, ROBERT B.

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.

DEPARTMENT OF SOIL SCIENCE

MCNEAL, BRIAN L.

BLUE, WILLIAM G.
BROWN, RANDALL B.

CARLISLE, VICTOR W.

CHAUDHRY, G. RASUL
COLLINS, MARY E.

COMERFORD, NICHOLAS B.

FISKELL, JOHN G.

GRAETZ, DONALD A.
HAMMOND, LUTHER C.
HANLON, EDWARD A.

HARRIS, WILLIE G.
HORNSBY, ARTHUR G.
HUBBELL, DAVID H.
JOHNSTON, CLIFFORD T.
KIDDER, GERALD
MANSELL, ROBERT S.

MYHRE, DONALD L.

NKEDI-KIZZA, PETER
OU, LI T.
RAO, P. SURESH

REDDY, K. RAMESH
RHUE, ROY D.

ROTHWELL, DONALD F.

SARTAIN, JERRY B.

STREET, JIMY J.

SYLVIA, DAVID M.


x PROF., DISEASES OF SUGARCANE & CACAO 392-7235
o o PROF., ALFALFA DISEASES, VIROLOGY 392-7243
x o PROF., MYCORRHIZAE SOIL BORNE PATHOGENS
392-7236
o x ASSOC. PROF., EXTENSION ORNAMENTAL & VEG.
CROPS DISEASES 392-1980
X o PROF., BAC. PLANT PATHOGENS 392-7244
x o PROF., VIROLOGY 392-7245



CHM. & ASSOC. PROF. 392-1931 SUNCOM
622-1931
o x PROF., SUPERVISOR, FLA POULTRY EVAL CTR,
CHIPLEY 904-638-0588
x 0 o PROF., POULTRY NUTRITION 392-1931
o x PROF., EXT. POULTRYMAN 392-1931
x GRAD. RES. PROF., POULTRY NUTR. 392-1931
x o PROF., POULTRY PROD. TECH. 392-1931
o 0 0 ASSOC. PROF. POUTRY PHYSIOL. 392-1931
x o PROF., POULTRY NUTRITION AND MGT. 392-1931
o x ASSOC. PROF., EXTENSION POULTRYMAN 392-1931
x o o PROF. POULTRY PHYSIOL. 392-1931



CHMN. OF DEPT. AND PROF., SOIL CHEMISTRY
392-1803 SUNCOM 622-1803
x o PROF., SOIL FERTILITY FORAGES 392-1804
S 0 ASSOC. PROF., EXT. SOILS SPEC. LAND USE
392-1951
x 0 PROF., PEDOLOGY GENESIS AND CLASSIFICATION
392-1951
x o ASST. PROF., ENVIRON. MICROBIOLOGY 392-1951
x a ASSOC. PROF., PEDOLOGY GENESIS &
CLASSIFICATION 392-1951
x 0 ASSOC. PROF., SOIL FERTILITY FOREST SOILS
392-1951
x PROF., SOIL BIOCHEMISTRY SOIL FERTILITY
VEGETABLES 392-1951
x o ASSOC. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY 392-1804
x PROF., SOIL PHYSICS WATER RELATIONS 392-1951
0 x ASST. PROF., SOIL FERTILITY AND MANAGEMENT
392-1804
x o ASST. PROF., SOIL GENESIS & MINERALOGY 392-1951
o x PROF., SOIL PHYSICS, SOIL WATER MGT. 392-1951
x 0 PROF. SOIL MICROBIOLOGY RHIZOSPHERE 392-1951
x o ASST. PROF., SOIL PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 392-9063
x PROF., SOIL TEST INTERPRETATIONS 392-1951
x 0 PROF., SOIL PHYSICS WATER AND NUTRIENT
MOVEMENT 392-1951
x PROF., SOIL CHEMISTRY SOIL PLANT WATER
RELATIONS 392-1804
x 0 ASST. PROF., SOIL PHYSICS/MANAGEMENT 392-1951
x ASSOC. RES. SCI., PESTICIDE DERADATION 392-1978
x o PROF., SOIL PHYSICS SOIL WATER RELATIONS
392-1951
x o PROF., SOIL BIOCHEMISTRY 392-1804
x 0 ASSOC. PROF., SOIL PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY & GRAD.
COORD. 392-1951
x PROF., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY & UNDERGRADUATE
COORD. 392-1951
X 0 0 PROF., SOIL FERTILITY TURF & ORNAMENTALS
392-1804
x 0 ASSOC. PROF., SOIL CHEMISTRY MICRONUTRIENTS
392-1951
x o ASST. PROF., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY MYCORRHIZAE
392-9404


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


YUAN, TZU L.

DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS

SCHEAFFER, RICHARD L.
CORNELL, JOHN A.

LITTELL, RAMON C.

MARTIN, FRANK G.

PORTER, KENNETH M.


DEPARTMENT OF VEGETABLE CROPS

CANTLIFFE, DANIEL J.

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

HALL, CHESLEY B.
HANNAH, LARKIN C.
HOCHMUTH, GEORGE J.

HUBER, DONALD J.
HUMPHREYS, THOMAS E.
KOSTEWICZ, STEPHEN R.
LOCASCIO, SALVADORE J.
MAYNARD, DONALD N.

MCCARTY, DONALD R.
OLSON, STEPHEN M.

SARGENT, STEVEN A.
STALL, WILLIAM M.

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

VETERINARY MEDICINE

ADMINISTRATION

GELATT, KIRK N.

BESCH, E. L.
BRAUN, R K.

HIMES, JAMES A.

KOSCH, PHILIP C.


PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

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


x o PROF., SOIL CHEMISTRY, ACID SOILS 392-1804


x

x

x

x







x
0
x
x
x
0

x
x
0

x
x
x
x


x
o

x
o


x
x





















x
o
x


CHMN. AND PROF. 392-1941 SUNCOM 622-1941
PROF., DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS, EXPERIMENTS
WITH MIXTURES 392-1946
PROF., THEORY OF INFERENCE, STATISTICAL
COMPUTING 392-1946
PROF., DESIGN & ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS,
STATISTICAL GENETICS 392-1946
ASSOC. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL STATISTICS
392-1946


O


CHMN. OF DEPT. AND PROF., SEED PHYSIOLOGY
392-1928 SUNCOM 622-1928
o PROF. HORT., PLANT BREEDING 392-7922
o ASST. PROF., VEGETABLE PRODUCTION 392-5017
o ASST. PROF., POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY 392-7914
ASST. PROF., MOLECULAR GENETICS 392-7920
O ASSOC. PROF., BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 392-1794
x ASSOC. PROF., HORT. (POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY)
(VEG. COMPOSITION) 392-7915
PROF., PHYSIOLOGY 392-4925
o PROF. HORT., BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS 392-7919
x ASSOC. PROF., EXT. VEG. SPEC. NUTRITION
392-7912
o ASSOC. PROF., POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY 392-7923
0 PROF. HORT., PHYSIOLOGY 392-7783
o ASSOC. PROF., CROP PRODUCTION 392-7921
o PROF., HERBICIDES AND NUTRITION 392-7917
x PROF. VEG. CROPS SPEC., GCREC-BRADENTON
813-755-1568
o ASST. PROF., SEED PHYSIOLOGY 392-9087
X ASSOC. PROF., VEG. CROPS SPEC. NFREC-QUINCY
392-5230
o ASST. PROF., POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGIST 392-7911
x PROF., EXTENSION VEGETABLE SPECIALIST, WEED
CONTROL 392-7913
x PROF., VEGETABLE CROPS SPECIALIST 392-7916
o ASST. PROF., PHYSIOLOGICAL GENETICS 392-7924
GRAD. RES. PROF. 392-1193






DEAN, ACTING DEPT. CHMN. AND PROF., OPHTHALMOLOGY
(HC) 392-2381 SUNCOM 622-2381
EXEC. ASSOC. DEAN AND PROF. 392-2381
DEPT. CHM. AND PROF., CHIEF OF STAFF LARGE
ANIMAL CLINIC 392-4741
ASSOC. DEAN AND PROF. FOR STUDENT & INSTRUCTION
392-4871
ASSOC. DEAN AND PROF., FOR GRADUATE STUDIES &
RESEARCH 392-4808




o ASSOC. PROF., TOXICOLOGY 392-1841
o ASSOC. PROF., PHYSIOLOGY 392-0921
o ASSOC. PROF., TOXICOLOGY 392-1841


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


COMPARATIVE AND EXPERIMENTAL PATHOLOGY

BUERGELT, CLAUS D.

INFECTIOUS DISEASES

BURRIDGE, MICHAEL J.

BRADLEY SR, RICHARD E. x o
BROWN, MARY B. x
COURTNEY III, CHARLES H. x
DAME, JOHN B. x
FORRESTER, DONALD J. x
GASKIN, JACK M. x
GIBBS, HEARD P. x
GREINER, ELLIS C. x
NICOLETTI, PAUL L. x
STEPHENS, EDWARD B. x

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE

BECKER, H. NEIL x

BUTCHER, GARY D. o x
DONOVAN, GERALD A. x

FRANCIS-FLOYD, RUTH x
LANE, THOMAS J. x

RICHEY, EDDIE J. o x
SHEARER, JAN K. x

SPECIAL CLINICAL SERVICES

CARDEILHAC, PAUL T. x


CENTRAL FLORIDA RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENT

CONOVER, CHARLES A.

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

EVERGLADES RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER -

WADDILL, VAN H.

ALVAREZ, JOSE o x
ANDERSON, DAVID L. x
CHERRY, RONALD H. x
COALE, FRANK J. o x
DATNOFF, LAWRENCE E. x 0
DEREN, CHRISTOPHER W. x
DUSKY, JOAN A. x
FOSTER, RICKY E. x
IZUNO, FORREST T. o x
JONES, DAVID B. x
NAGATA, RUSSELL T. x

OZAKI, HENRY Y. x
PORTER, PAUL S x
RAID, RICHARD N. x o


ASSOC. PROF., BOVINE PARATUBERCULOSIS 392-1195



CHM. & PROF., EPIDEMIOLOGY 392-1841
SUNCOM 622-1841
o PROF., PARASITOL. 392-1841
o ASST. PROF., MYCOPLASMOLOGY 392-1841
o ASSOC. PROF., PARASITOLOGY 392-1841
o ASST. PROF., MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 392-1841
o PROF., WILDLIFE PARASITOL. 392-1841
0 ASSOC., PROF., MICROBIOLOGY 392-1841
PROF., VIROLOGY 392-1841
ASSOC, PROF., PARASITOL. 392-1841
PROF., MICROBIOLOGY 392-1841
o ASST. PROF., MOLECULAR VIROLOGY 392-1841


o ASSOC. PROF., SWINE HERD HEALTH PROG.
392-5672
ASST. PROF., POULTRY HEALTH 392-5672
o ASSOC. PROF., DAIRY & BEEF HERD HEALTH PROG.
392-5672
ASST. PROF., AQUATIC ANIMAL MEDICINE 392-5672
ASST. PROF., EQUINE & COMPANION ANIMAL,
EXTENSION 392-4847
ASSOC. PROF., BEEF CATTLE EXTENSION 392-4847
o ASSOC. PROF., DAIRY CATTLE EXTENSION 392-4847



PROF., FISH, ALLIGATOR REPRODUCTION 392-2977


rER APOPKA

CTR. DIR. & PROF., ORNAM. HORT. 407-889-4161
SUNCOM 352-7272 2-9359
PROF., PLANT PATH.
PROF., EXT. FOLIAGE SPEC.
ASSOC. PROF. ORNAM. HORT.
ASSOC. PROF., ENT.
PROF. PLANT PHYSIOL.
ASST. PROF. ORN. HORT.

BELLE GLADE

CTR. DIR., AND PROF., 407-996-3062 SUNCOM
250-1110
PROF., AGR. ECON. FARM MANAGEMENT 250-1142
ASSOC. PROF., SUGARCANE 250-1161
ASSOC. PROF., ENT., SUGARCANE 250-1117
ASST. PROF., EXT. AGRONOMIST 250-1160
ASST. PROF., PLANT PATHOLOGY 250-1148
ASST. PROF., SUGARCANE GENETICIST 250-1166
ASSOC. PROF., WEED SCI. 250-1139
ASST PROF., ENT. VEGETABLES 250-1116
ASST. PROF., WATER MGT. 250-1171
ASSOC. PROF., AGRON. RICE 250-1118
ASST. PROF., PLANT BREEDER/GENETICIST
250-1169
ASSOC. PROF., VEG. CROPS 250-1165
ASST. PROF., WATER QUALITY 250-1150
ASST. PROF., PLANT PATH. 250-1147


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UNIT
NAME


RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


SANCHEZ, CHARLES A.
SNYDER, GEORGE H.
WOLF, EMIL A.


ASST. PROF., HORT. VEG. CROPS 250-1119
PROF. SOIL CHEM. 250-1111
PROF. HORT. VEG. CROPS 250-1114


GULF COAST RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER BRADENTON


WATERS, WILLIE E.


CLARK, GARY A.
CSIZINSZKY, ALEXANDER A.
ENGELHARD, ARTHUR W.
GERALDSON, CARROLL M.
GILREATH, JAMES P.
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.
WOLTZ, SHREVE S.


CTR. DIR. AND PROF. 813-755-1568 SUNCOM
552-7044
x ASST. PROF., WATER EXT. SPEC.
ASSOC. PROF. HORT. VEG.
PROF. PLANT PATH. ORNAM.
PROF. SOIL CHEM. VEG.
ASSOC. PROF., HORT., WEED SCI.
PROF., ORN. HORT.
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATH. ORN. VEG.
PROF. PLANT PATH. VEG.
X PROF. VEG. CROPS SPEC.
PROF. NEMATOL. ORN. VEG.
o ASSOC. PROF., EXT. ECONOMIST
ASSOC. PROF. ENTOMOL. ORNAM.
PROF., ENTOMOL. VEG
ASSOC. PROF., VEG. BREEDING
o ASSOC. PROF., WATER-SOIL RELATIONS
PROF. GENET. ORN.
PROF. PLANT PHYSIOL. ORN. VEG.


AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER BROOKSVILLE


HAMMOND, ANDREW C.


CTR. DIR. & ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., RUMINANT NUTRITION
904-796-3385


AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER DOVER


ALBREGTS, EARL E.
CHANDLER, CRAIG K.
HOWARD, CHARLES M.


PROF. SOILS VEGETABLES 813-659-2801
ASST. PROF. STRAWBERRY BREEDING
PROF., PLANT PATH. VEGETABLES


FT. LAUDERDALE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER FT. LAUDERDALE


SUTTON, DAVID L.

BROSCHAT, TIMOTHY K.
BUSEY, PHILIP
CISAR, JOHN L.
DAVIS, MICHAEL J.

DONSELMAN, HENRY M.
ENNIS JR, WILLIAM B.
FITZPATRICK, GEORGE E.
GIBLIN-DAVIS, ROBIN M.
HARRISON, NIGEL A.
HOWARD, FORREST W.
JUHNKE, MONICA E.
MEEROW, ALAN W.
SCHEFFRAHN, RUDOLF H.


SU, NAN-YAO


TSAI, JAMES H.
VANDIVER JR, VERNON V.
VERKADE, STEPHEN D.


ACTNG. CTR. DIR & PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS
305-475-8990 SUNCOM 444-1011
ASSOC. PROF., TROPICAL ORNAM.
ASSOC. PROF., TURFGRASS BREEDER
x ASST. PROF., TURFGRASS
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATH PROCARYOTIC
PHYTOPATHOGENS, PALM DISEASES
x ASSOC. PROF., PALM CULTURE
PROF., HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS COORDINATOR
o ASSOC. PROF., WATER ENVIRONMENT CONTROL
ASST. PROF., NEMATOLOGIST
ASST. PROF., DISEASES OF TROPICAL ORNAMENTALS
ASSOC. PROF. ENT., ORNAM.
o ASST. PROF. DISEASES OF TURGRASSES
x o ASST. PROF. FOLIAGE AND NURSERY CROPS
ASST. PROF., ENT. STRUCTURAL AND HOUSEHOLD
PESTS
ASSOC. PROF., ENT. STUCTURAL & HOUSEHOLD
PESTS
PROF., DISEASE VECTORS
o ASSOC. PROF., AQUATIC WEED SCIENTIST
o x ASST. PROF., TEACHING EXTENSION


AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER FT. PIERCE


CALVERT, DAVID V.


CTR. DIR. & PROF., SOIL CHEM.; CITRUS
407-468-3922 SUNCOM 240-3922


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


BOMAN, BRIAN J.

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


ASST. PROF., AGR. ENGINEERING CITRUS
IRRIGATION
ASSOC. PROF. AGRON. LEGUME BRDR.
ASSOC. PROF. ENT. CITRUS
PROF. AGRON. PASTURE
PROF. PLANT PATH. CITRUS
ASSOC. PROF., HORT. VEG. CROPS


AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER HASTINGS


HENSEL, DALE R.


SHUMAKER, JAMES R.
WEINGARTNER, DAVID P.


CTR. DIR. AND PROF., SOILS, VEG. 904-692-1792
392-7697
ASSOC, PROF., HORT VEG.
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATH. VEG.


TROPICAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER HOMESTEAD


BARANOWSKI, RICHARD M.

BRYAN, HERBERT H.
DAVENPORT, THOMAS L.
JANSSON, RICHARD K.
LITZ, RICHARD E.
MCMILLAN JR, ROBERT T.
MOSS, MICHAEL A.
NARAYANAN, KOMARATCHI R.
HAIR, STEPHEN K.
PENA, JORGE E.
PLOETZ, RANDY C.
POHRONEZNY, KENNETH L.
SCHAFFER, BRUCE A.


CTR. DIR. AND PROF. ENT. 305-247-4624 SUNCOM
451-5059
PROF. HORT., VEGETABLES
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOLOGY-BIO. CHEMISTRY
ASST. PROF., INSECT ECOLOGY
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


SOUTHWEST FLORIDA RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER IMMOKALEE


ARNOLD, CALVIN E.

PITTS, DONALD J.


O X


AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER JAY


PEACOCK, HUGH A.


BRECKE, BARRY J.
DUNAVIN JR, LEONARD S.
KINLOCH, ROBERT A.
LUTRICK, MONROE C.


CTR. DIR., a PROF., FRUIT CROPS 813-657-5221
SUNCOM 721-7380 392-9664
ASST. PROF., WATER MANAGEMENT



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


CITRUS RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER LAKE ALFRED


KENDER, WALTER J.


ALBRIGO, LEO G.
ANDERSON, CARL A.
BLAZQUEZ, CARLOS H.
BRADDOCK, ROBERT J.
BRLANSKY, RONALD H.
BROWNING, HAROLD W.
BURNS, JACQUELINE K.
CASTLE, WILLIAM S.
CHEN, CHIN S.
CHILDERS, CARL C.
CRANDALL, PHILIP G.
DERRICK, KENNETH S.
DUNCAN, LARRY W.
ECHEVERRIA, EDGARDO J.
EDARDS, GEORGE J.


CTR. DIR. AND PROF., HORT. 813-956-1151
SUNCOM 533-1215
PROF. HORT. 533-1207
ASSOC. PROF. SOIL CHEM. 533-1294
ASSOC. PROF., REMOTE SENSING 533-1293
PROF., FOOD SCIENCE 533-1249
ASSOC. PROF. PL. PATH. 533-1300
ASSOC. PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL 533-1302
ASST. PROF., POST HARVEST PHYSIOLOGY 533-1243
PROF., HORT. 533-1259
PROF., FOOD ENGINEERING 533-1254
ASSOC. PROF. ENT. 533-1274
ASSOC. PROF. FOOD SCI. 533-1285
PROF., PLANT PATHOLOGY 533-1298
ASST. PROF., NEMATOLOGY 533-1299
ASST. PROF., PLANT PHSIOLOGY 533-1238
ASST. PROF., REMOTE SENSING 533-1271


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


EISSENSTAT, DAVID M. x ASST. PROF., ROOT BIOLOGY 533-1276
GMITTER JR., FREDERICK G. x ASST. PROF., CITRUS VARIETY IMPROVEMENT
533-1301
GRAHAM JR, JAMES H. x ASSOC. PROF., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY 533-1297
GROSSER, JUDE W. x ASST. PROF., CELL GENETICS 533-1253
KNAPP JR, JOSEPH L. x PROF., ENT. EXT IPM SPEC. 533-1278
KOO, ROBERT C. x PROF. HORT. 533-1235
LEE, RICHARD F. x PROF., PLANT PATH. 533-1295
MCCOY JR, CLAYTON W. x PROF., ENT. 533-1281
MILLER, WILLIAM M. x PROF., AGRI. ENGIN. 533-1229
MURARO, RONALD P. X ASSOC. PROF., AREA FARM MGMT. ECON.
533-1203
NIGG, HERBERT N. x PROF. ENT. 533-1230
NOLING, JOSEPH W. o x ASST. PROF., EXT. NEMATOLOGY 533-1262
PARISH, MICKEY E. x ASST. PROF., FOOD MICROBIOLOGY 533-1286
PARSONS, LAWRENCE R. o X ASSOC. PROF., WATER RESOURCES 533-1218
ROUSEFF, RUSSELL L. x PROF., FOOD CHEMISTRY 533-1223
RUSS, PAMELA K. ASSOC. LIBR. 533-1226
SADLER, GEORGE D. x ASST. PROF., CITRUS FRUIT PROCESSING 533-1236
SALYANI, MASOUD x ASST. PROF., SPRAY TECHNOLOGY 533-1225
SINGH, MEGH x ASSOC. PROF., WEED SCIENCE 533-1265
SYVERTSEN, JAMES P. X PROF., PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 533-1287
TIMMER, LAVERN W. x PROF. PL. PATH. 533-1267
TUCKER, DAVID P. o x PROF., EXTENSION SHORT AREA CITRUS SPEC.
533-1201
WARDOWSKI II, WILFRED F. x PROF., POST HARVEST HANDLING 533-1255
WHEATON, T. ADAIR x PROF. HORT. 533-1222
WHITESIDE, JACK 0. x PROF. PLANT PATH. 533-1296
WHITNEY, JODIE D. x PROF. AGR. ENGIN. 533-1217
WICKER, LOUISE x ASST. PROF., FOOD SCIENCE 533-1251

CENTRAL FLORIDA RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER LEESBURG

ELMSTROM, GARY W. ASST.DIR. & PROF., CUCURBIT GROWTH & DEVL.
904-787-3423 SUNCOM 622-7272 392-7272
CRALL, JAMES M. x PROF., WATERMELON BRDG. AND DIS.
GRAY, DENNIS J. x ASST. PROF. DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGIST
HALBROOKS, MARY C. o X ASST. PROF. HORT., GRAPE SPECIALIST
HOPKINS, DONALD L. x PROF., WATERMELON AND GRAPE DIS.
MORTENSEN, JOHN A. x PROF., GRAPE BRDG. AND GENET.
WEBB, SUSAN E. x ASST. PROF., ENTOMOLOGY/VIROLOGY

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER LIVE OAK

RICH, JIMMY R. ASST. DIR. & PROF., NEMATOLOGY, FIELD CROPS
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SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL ARTICLES


JULY 1, 1987 JUNE 30, 1988


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.



Abad, A. R. and Gregory J. F. Assessment of Polate Bioavailability in the Rat Using Extrinsic
Dietary Enrichment with Radiolabeled Folates. Agricultural and Food Chemistry J. S. #8529

Abassa, K. P.; Wilcox, C. J. and Olson, T. A. Genetic Aspects of Growth in Gobra Zebu Cattle.
Brazilian Journal of Genetics J. S. #9045


Adams, R.; Calderwood-Mays, M. B. and Peyton, L. C. The Difficult Diagnosis of Malignant Lymphoma:
Three Horses with Ulcerative Pharyngitis. Am. Vet. Association J. S. #8299


Adams, S. W.; Balachandran, N. and Hutt-Fletcher, L. M. Proteins Specified by Bovine
Herpesvirus-2. Am. Journal of Veterinary Research J. S. #8602

Adjei, M. B.; Mislevy, P. and West, R. L. Effect of Stocking Rate on the Location of Storage
Carbohydrates in the Stubble of Tropical Grasses. Tropical Grasslands
J. S. #8877


Ahmad, S. and Jensen, R. A. Phylogenetic Distribution of Components of the Overflow Pathway to
L-Phenylalanine Within the Enteric Lineage of Bacteria. Current Microbiology J. S. #8419


Ahmed, S. ane Jensen, R. A. The Stable Evolutionary Fixation of a Bifunctional Tyrosin-Pathway
Protein in Enteric Bacteria. FEMS Microbiology Letters J. S. #8972

Albregts, B. E. and Howard, C. M. Fertilizer Rate and Method of Application on Fruiting
Strawberry. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8473


Ali, A.; Nigg, H. N.; Stamper, J. H.; Kok-Yokomi, M. L. and Weaver, M. Diflubenzuron Application
to Citrus and its Impact on Invertebrates in an Adjacent Pond. Bulletin of Environmental
Contamination and Toxicology J. S. #8968


Allen, J. C. The Case for Chaos: Is Mother Nature a Strange Attractor?. Science
J. S. #8906


An, H.; Marshall, M. R.; Otwell, W. S. and Wei, C.I. Species Identification of Raw and Boiled
Shrimp by a Urea Gel Isoelectrifocusing Technique. Journal of Food Science
J. S. #8716


An, H.; Wei, C. I.; Zhao, J.; Marshall, M. R. and Lee, C. Electrophoretic Identification of Fish
Species Used in Surimi Products. Journal of Food Science J. S. #9053


Andersen, P. C. and Brodbeck, B. V. Water and Solute Fluxes through Pruned Muscadine Spurs.
HortScience J. S. #8573


Andersen, P. C. and Brodbeck, B. V. The Grape Bleeding Phenomenon II. Effect of Temperature and
Osmoticum. Physiologia Plantarum J. S. #8918


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Andersen, P. C.; Brodbeck, B. V. and Mizell, III, R. F. Metabolic Efficiency of Amino Acids,
Organic Acids and Sugars Extracted from the Xylem Fluid of Four Host Plants by Homalodisca
coagulata (Say) (Homoptera:Cicadellidae). Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata J. S. #9048

Andersen, P. C.; Mizell, III, R. F. and Knox, G. W. Impact of Ten Spray Adjuvants on Leaf Gas
Exchange of Pecan, Blueberry, Photinia, and Azalea. HortScience J. S. #8685

Anthony, R. V.; Helmer, S. D.; Kazemi, M.; Sharif, S.; Roberts, R. M.; Hansen, P. J.; Thatcher, W.
W. and Baser, F. W. Synthyesis and Processing of Ovine Trophoblast Protein-1 and Bovine
Trophoblast Protein-1, Conceptus Secretory Proteins Involved in the Maternal Recognition of
Pregnancy. Biological Chemistry J. S. #8351

Ashworth, C. J. and Bazer F. W. Interrelationships of Proteins Secreted by the Ovine Conceptus and
Endometrium During the Periattachment Period. Biology of Reproduction J. S. #8867

Ashworth, C. J. and Baser, F. W. Changes in Ovine Conceptus and Endometrial Function Following
Asynchronous Embryo Transfer or Administration of Progesterone. Biology of Reproduction
J. S. 8569


Atkinson, C. T.; Forrester, D. J. and Greiner, E. G. Pathogenicity of Haemoproteus meleagridis
(Haemosporina:Haemoproteidae) in Experimentally Infected Domestic Turkeys. Parasitology
J. S. #8498


Awuma, K. and Bassett, M. J. The Addition of Genes for Dwarf Seed (ds) and Spindly Branch (sb) to
the Linkage Map of Common Bean. Am. Soc. Hort Science J. S. #8270

Bailey, L. B. Factors that Affect Folate Bioavailability. Food Technology J. S. #9108

Baltensperger, D. D. Breeding Self Pollinated Forage Legumes. Southern Pasture and Forage Legumes
J. S. #9035


Barrett, J. E. and Nell, T. A. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Paclobutrazol and XE-1019 on Vinca.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8862

Bassett, M. J. and Awuma, K. Three Mimic Mutants for Reclining Foliage in Common Bean.
HortScience J. S. #8884

Bassett, M. J. and Stange, J. Inheritance of a Semi-Dominant Male Sterility Mutant in Common Bean.
Am. Soc. Hort. Science J. S. #8323

Bates, D. B. and Denham, S. C. Calcium/Proton Antiporter in the Cellulolytic Ruminal Anaerobe
Ruminococcus albus ATCC 27210. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J. S. #9001

Bates, D. B.; Kunkle, W. E.; Chambliss, C. G. and Cromwell, R. P. Characteristics of Bermudagrass
or Rhizoma Peanut Round Bale Silage as Affected by Wilting Interval and Additives. Journal of
Production Agriculture J. S. #8744

Bates, D. B.; Morantes, G. A. and Moore, J. E. Nitrogen Utilization of Lambs Fed Limpograss
Supplemented with Molasses-Urea or Legume Protein Supplements. Nutrition Reports International
J. S. #8757


Bazer, F. W.; Thatcher, W. W.; Martinat-Botte, F. and Terqui, M. Determinants of Prolificacy in
Swine: II. Conceptus Development in Large White and Prolific Meishan Pigs. Journal of
Reproduction and Fertility J. S. #8463


Beard, C. B.; Young, D. G.; Butler, J. F. and Evans, D. A. First Isolation of Trypanosoma cruzi
from a Wild-Caught Triatoma sanguisuga (Leconte) (Hemiptera:Triatominae) in Florida, USA. Journal
of Parasitology J. S. *8442


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Beilock, R.; Crandall, P. and Hooks, C. The Influence of Tariffs, Import Taxes, and Fuel Costs on
the U. S. Orange Juice Market. Agribusiness: An International Journal J. S. #8681


Belwood, J. J. and Morris, G. K. Bat Predation and its Influence on Calling Behavior in
Neotropical Katydids. Florida Agriculture J. S. #8369

Bennett, P. D.; Crestana, L.; Habeck, D. H. and Berti-Filho, E. Brazilian Peppertree-Prospects for
Biological Control. VII Inter. Symp. Biological Control of Weeds J. S. #8832


Benny, G. L. and Samson, R. A. The Radiomycetaceae Hasseltine & Ellis (Mucorales; Zygomycetes).
II. Ultrastructural Morphology of the Mature Zygospore and Comparative Ontogeny of the Sporangiola
and Sporangiolar Appendages. New York Botanical Garden J. S. #8947


Bentley, M. D. and Day, J. F. Chemical Ecology and Behavioral Aspects of Mosquito Oviposition.
Annual Review of Entomology J. S. #8956

Beretta, M. J. G.; Brlansky, R. H. and Lee, R. F. A Comparison of Histochemical Staining Reactions
of the Xylem Occlusions in Trees Affected by Citrus Blight and Declinio. Plant Disease
J. S. #8915


Berry, A.; Bhatnagar, R. K. and Jensen, R. A, Enzymic Basis for Leakiness of Auxotrophs for
Phenylalanine in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Journal of General Microbiology J. S. #8433


Berry, A.; Jensen, R. A. and Hendry, A. T. Enzymic Arrangement and Allosteric Regulation of the
Aromatic Amino and Pathway in Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Archives in Microbiology J. S. #8417

Blazauez, C. H. Computer-Based Image Analysis and Tree Counting with Aerial Color Infrared
Photography. Journal of Imaging Technology J. S. #8936


Bleakley, B. H.; Gaskins, M. H.; Hubbell, D. H. and Zam, S. G. Physiolgoical Properties of
Encapsulated Flocs of Azospirillum lipoferum Sp RG6xx. Applied and Environmental Microbiology
J. S. #8454


Blue, W. G. Micronutrients for Agronomic and Forage Crops in Perspective. Soil & Crop Science
Soc. J. S. #8798

Boman, B. J. Effects of Soil Series on Shallow Water Table Fluctuations in Bedded Citrus. Fla.
State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8624


Boman, B. J. Distribution Patterns of Microirrigation Spinner and Spray Emitters. Applied
Engineering in Agriculture J. S. #8853


Bonner, C. A. and Jensen, R. A. A Selective Assay for Prophenate Aminotransferase Activity in
Nicotiana Silvestris Cells. Planta J. S. #8286

Bonner, C. A.; Kenyon, C. and Jensen, R. A. Physiological and Biochemical Characterization of a
Suspension-Culture System for Sustained Exponential Growth of Nicotiana silvestris. Physiologia
Plantarum J. S. #8996


Bonner, C. A.; Vrba, J. and Jensen, R. A. Response of Aromatic-Pathway Enzymes to Changing
Physiological States of Growth in Suspension Cultures of Nicotiana silvestris. Physiologia
Plantarum J. S. #8911

Borum, P. R. What are the Nutrient Requirements of the Critically Ill Neonate?. Equine Veterinary
Journal J. S. #8730


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Braddock, R. J.; Nikdel, S. and Nagy, S. Composition of Some Organic and Inorganic Compounds in
Reverse Osmosis-Concentrated Citrus Juices. Journal of Food Science J. S. #8258

Brecht, J. K. and Huber, D. J. Pectin Fragments Released from Pericarp Cell Wall By
Polygalacturonase Stimulate Ethylene Production and Ripening in Preripe Tomato (Lycopersicon
esculentum Mill.). Plant Physiology J. S. #8887

Brewer, B. D.; Lotz, W. S.; Clement, S. F. and Gronwall, R. Renal Clearance, Urinary Excretion of
Endogenous Substances and Urinary Diagnostic Indices in Health Neonatal Foals. Journal of
Veterinary Internal Medicine J. S. #8526

Brlansky, R. H.; Lee, R. F. and Agostini, J. P. The Occurrence of Citrus Blight on Sweet Orange
and Cleopatra Mandarin Rootstocks in Northwestern Argentina. Proc. 10th Conf. of the Internat.
Organization Citrus Virologists J. S. #8279

Brlansky, R. H.; Lee, R. F. and Civerolo, E. L. Rapid Detection of Xanthomonas campestris pv.
citri Using Membrane Entrapment and Immunofluorescence. Phytopathology J. S. #8389

Brlansky, R. H.; Lee, R. F. and Garnsey, S. M. In Situ Immunofluorescence for the Detection of
Citrus Tristeza Inclusion Bodies. Plant Disease J. S. #8822

Bros, W. E.; Robinson, J. W. and Bidlingmayer, W. L. A Quantitative Method for Monitoring Adult
Mosquito Populations. Journal of Medical Entomology J. S. #8698

Brown, G. E. Comparative Efficacy of Guazatine and Imminoctadine with Other Experimental and
Registered Fungicides for Control of Postharvest Decay of Oranges. Plant Disease J. S. #8950

Brown, R. B. Concernng the Quality of Soil Survey. J. S. #8377

Brown, W. F. Maturity and Ammoniation Effects on the Feeding Value of Tropical Grass Hay. 'Journal
of Animal Science J. S. *8594

Brown, W. F.; Pitman, W. D. and Mislevy, P. Intake and Digestibility of, and Performance by Cattle
Grazing Cynodon Varieties. Nutrition Reports International J. S. #8846

Brugger, K. E. Bird Damage to Sprouting Rice in Louisiana: Dynamics of the Millers Lake Blackbird
Roost. J. S. #8964

Brugger, K. E. Geographic Origin of Red-Winged Blackbirds in Louisiana in Relation to the Rice
Crop. The Southwestern Naturalist J. S. #9087

Burns, J. K. and Achor, D. S. Cell Wall Anatomy of Normal and Collapsed Juice Vesicles of Stored
Late-Harvested Grapefruit. Am. Soc. Hort. Science J. S. #8875

Cailteux, R. L.; Colle, D. E. and Shireman, J. V. Distribution of Florida Largemouth Bass
(Micropterus salmoides floridanus) in a Florida Lake Containing Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon
idella). North American Journal of Fisheries Management J. S. #8478

Calvert, L.; Lee, R. and Hiebert, E. Characterization of the RNA Species of Citrus Variegation
Virus with Complementary DNA Clones. Internat. Organization of Citrus Virologists J. S. #8421

Campbell, W. J.; Allen, Jr., L. H. and Bowes, G. Effects of CO Concentration on Rubisco Activity,
Amount, and Photosynthesis in Soybean Leaves. Plant Physiology J. S. #8988


Canfield, D. E. and Duarte, C. M. Patterns in Biomass and Cover of Aquatic Macrophytes in Lakes:
A Test with Florida Lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences J. S. #9032


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Canfield, D. E. and Hoyer, M. V. The Eutrophication of Lake Okeechobee: An Alternative Viewpoint.
Lake and Resevoir Management J. S. #8925


Cantliffe, D.; Elballa, M.; Guedes, A.; Odell, G.; Perkins, P.; Schultheis, J.; Seale, D.; Shuler,
K.; Tanne, I. and Watkins, J. Improving Stand Establishment of Direct Seeded Vegetables in
Florida. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8736

Carpenter, W. J. Temperature and Desiccation Effects on Seed Germination of Coccothrinax
argentata. Journal of the International Palm Society J. S. #9021


Carpenter, W.J. Media Temperature and Rooting Response of Azalea Rhododendron sp. L.. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. J. S. #8507


Castner, J. L. Cocoon Burial: An Alternate Method of Releasing the Mole Cricket Wasp Larra
bicolor. Journal of Economic Entomology J. S. #8679

Chan, K. L. and Linley, J. R. Description of Atrichopogon wirthi New Species
(Diptera:Ceratopogonidae) from Leaves of the Water Lettuce (Pistia stratiotes in Florida. Florida
Entomologist J. S. #8639


Chase, A. R. Effect of Fertilizer Level on Severity of Fusarium Leaf Spot of Dracaena marginata.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8549


Chase, A. R. and Poole, R. T. Nutritional Response of Five Calathea Cultivars. Am. Soc. Hort.
Science J. S. #8480


Chase, A. R. and Poole, R. T. Effect of Fertilizer Level on Growth of Codiaeum variegatum 'Gold
Star'. HortScience J. S. #8920


Chaudhry, G. R. and Ali, A. N. Bacterial Metabolism of Carbofuran. Applied and Environmental
Microbiology J. S. #8820


Chaudhry, G. R.; Ali, A. N. and Wheeler, W. B. Isolation of a Methyl Parathion-Degrading
Pseudomonas sp. that Possesses DNA Homologous to be od Gene from Flavobacterium sp.. Applied and
Environmental Microbiology J. S. #8523

Chaudhry, G. R.; Dohadwala, M. and Halpern, Y. S. Constitutive Expression of a Developmentally
Regulated Gene, ghd from Bacillus subtilis. Current Microbiology J. S. #9040


Chee, R. P. and Cantliffe, D. J. Composition of Embryogenic Liquid Cultures of Ipomoea batatas
(L.) Lam. and Production of Individualized Embryos from Cell Aggregate Suspensions. Plant Cell,
Tissue, and Organ Culture J. S. #9113


Chee, R. P. and Cantliffe, D. J. Somatic Embryony Patterns and Plant Regeneration in Ipomoea
batatas Poir. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology J. S. #8789


Chen, C. S. Computer-Aided Calculation of Brix-Apparent Density of Sucrose Solutions for Blending
and Reconstitution of Citrus. Journal of Food Science J. S. #8725


Chen, C. S. A Comparison of Calculated Water Activity in Multicomponent Aqueous Solutions.
Journal of Food Science J. S. #9061


Cherry, R. H. Effect of Crop Age on Populations of Soil Insect Pests in Florida. Journal of
Economic Entomology J. S. #8692


Cherry, R. H. and Boucias, D. G. Feeding and Survival of Florida Sugarcane Grubs
(Coleoptera:Scarabaeidae) Infected with Milky Disease, Bacillus popilliae Dutky. Environmental
Entomology J. S. #8340


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Cheshire, Jr., J. M.; Funderburk, J. E.; Zimet, D. J.; Mack, T. P. and Gilreath, M. E. Economic
Injury Levels and Binomial Sampling Program for Lesser Cornstalk Borer (Lepidoptera:Pyralidae) in
Seedling Grain Sorghum. Journal of Economic Entomology J. S. #8990

Chiteka, Z. A.; Gorbet, D. W.; Knauft, D. A., Shokes, F. M. and Kucharek, T. A. Components of
Resistance to Late Leafspot in Peanuts. II. Correlations Among Components and their Significance
in Breeding for Resistance. Peanut Science J. S. #9101


Chiteka, Z. A.; Gorbet, D. W.; Shokes, F. M.; Kucharek, T. A. and Knauft, D. A. Components of
Resistance to Late Leafspot in Peanut I. Levels and Varibility Implications for Selection.
Peanut Science J. S. #8733

Chourey, P. S.; DeRobertis, G. A. and Still, P. E. Altered Tissue Specificity of the Revertant
Shrunken Allele Upon Dissociation (DS) Excision is Associated with Loss of Expression and Molecular
Rearrangement at the Corresponding Non-Allelic Isozyme Locus in Maize. Molecular and General
Genetics J. S. #8980


Chourey, P. S. Anaerobiosis Induces Tanscription But Not Translation of Sucrose Synthase in Maize.
Plant Physiology J. S. #8962


Chowdhury, M. K. U.; Schaeffer, G. W.; Smith, R. L. and Matthews, B. F. Molecular Analysis of
Organelle DNA of Different Subspecies of Rice and Genomic Stability of mtDNA in Tissue Cultbred
Cells of Rice. Theoretical and Applied Genetics J. S. #8807

Christie, R. G.; Baltensperger, D. D. and Edwardson, J. R. Use of the Light Microscope for the
Detection and Diagnosis of Viral Diseases of Crops. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #8953


Clark, G. A.; Stanley, C. D. and Haman, D. Z. Scheduling Micro-Irrigation of Vegetables on Sandy
Soils in Humid Regions. Proc. 4th International Micro-Irrigation Congress J. S. #9084

Cline, K. Light-Harvesting Chlorophyll a/b Protein: Membrane Insertion, Proteolytic Processing,
Assembly into LHCII, and Localization to Appressed Membranes Occurs in Chloroplast Lysates. Plant
Physiology J. S. #8450


Cohen, M. D.; Chen, C. M. and Wei, C. I. Decreased Resistance to Listeria monocytogenes in Mice
Following Vanadate Exposure: Effects Upon the Function of Macrophages. International Journal of
Immunopharmacology J. S. #9110


Colahan, P. and Turner, T. Mechanical Functions and Sources of Injury in the Fetlock and Carpus.
American Association of Equine Practitioners J. S. #8539

Collins, M. E.; Doolittle, J. A.; Schellentrager, G. W. and Puckett, W. E. Investigations of
Subsurface Features Using Ground-Penetrating Radar. Geology J. S. #8358


Colvin, D. L. and Brecke, B. J. Peanut Cultivar Response to Tillage Systems. Peanut Science
J. S. #8459


Crandall, P. G.; Davis, K. C.; Chen, C. S.; Carter, R. D. and Sadler, G. D. Viscosity Reduction by
Homogenization of Orange Juice Concentrate. Journal of Food Science J. S. #8657

Crowley, D. E.; Reid, C. P. P. and Szaniszlo, P. J. Utilization of Microbial Siderophores in Iron
Acquisition by Oat. Plant Physiology J. S. #8816


Cusmuins, J. D.; Wilson, S. W.; Calvert, P. D. and Tsai, J. H. Neomegamelanus elongatus
(Homoptera:D0elphacidae): Descriptions of Immatures. New York Entomological Society J. S. #8880


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Czarnecka, E.; Nagao, R. T.; Key, J. L. and Gurley, W. B. Characterization of Gmhsp26-A; A Stress
Gene Encoding a Divergent Heat Shock Protein of Soybean; Heavy Metal Induced Inhibition of Intron
Processing. Molecular and Cellular Biology J. S. #8671

Davenport, T. L. Pollen Deposition on Avocado Stigmas in South Florida. HortScience J. S. #8493


Davis, E. L.; Rich, J. R.; Gwynn, G. R. and Sisson, V. Greenhouse Evaluation of Nicotiana spp. for
Resistance to Root-Knot Nematodes. Nematropica J. S. #8986


Dawson, P. L.; Janky, D. M.; Dukes, M. G.; Thompson, L. D. and Woodward, S. A. Tenderness of
Hot-Boned Broiler Breast Fillets Chilled in Either Water on Brine Using Two Different Chilling
Regimens. Poultry Science J. S. #8780


Dehgan, B. and Dehgan, N. Comparative Pollen Morphology and Taxonomic Affinities in Cycadales.
Am. Journal of Botany J. S. #8395


Dehoff, M. H.; Collier, R. J.; Bazer, F. W. and Becker, H. N. Regulation of Prolactin Receptor
Concentration in Porcine Mammary Tissue: A Role for Estrogen. Domestic Animal Endocrinology
J. S. #8849


Derrick, K. S.; Brlansky, R. H.; Lee, R. F.; Timmer, L. W. and Nguyen, T. K. Two Components
Associated with Citrus Ringspot Virus. Internat. Organization of Citrus Virologists J. S. #8909

DeVries, J. D.; Bennett, J. M.; Albrecht, S. L. and Boote, K. J. Water Relations, Nitrogenase
Activity, and Root Development of Three Grain Legumes in Response to Soil Water Deficits. Field
Crops Research J. S. #8809


DeWald, M. G.; Moore, G. A.; Sherman, W. B. and Evans, M. H. Production of Pineapple Plants In
Vitro. Plant Cell Reports J. S. #8960


Diaz, 0. A.; Hanlon, Jr., E. A.; Hochmuth, G. H. and White, J. M. Phosphorus and Potassium
Nutrition of Lettuce on a Florida Muck. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #8978

Dombek, K. M. and Ingram, L. 0. Mechanism for the Decline in Rate of Ethanol Production by
Saccharomyces cerevisiae During Batch Fermentation. Applied and Environmental Microbiology
J. S. #8329


Douds, D. D.; Johnson, C. R. and Koch, K. E. Carbon Cost of the Fungal Symbiont Relative to Net
Leaf P Accumulation in a Split-Root VA Mycorrhizal Symbiosis. Plant Physiology J. S. #8609


Duarte, C. M. and Canfield, Jr., D. E. Light Attenuation in Florida Springs. Limnology and
Oceanography J. S. #9063


Dunvain, L S. A Comparison of Llano Buffelgrass and Coastal Plains Volunteer Grasses at Three
Fertility Levels. Journal of Range Management J. S. #8313


Dusek, D. M. and Preston, J. F. Isolation of Amatoxin Resistant Lines of Chlamydomonas
Reinhardtii: Evidence for RNA Polymerase Mutants. J. S. #8379


Dweikat, I. M. and Lyrene, P. M. GA3 and BA Used in Seed Germination to Reduce Generation Time in
Highbush Blueberry. Canadian Journal of Botany J. S. #9089


Dweikat, I. M. and Lyrene, P. M. Adventitious Shoot Production from Detached Leaves of Blueberry
(Vaccinium spp.). HortScience J. S. #8410


Echeverria, E. and Ismail, M. Changes in Sugars and Acids of Citrus Fruits During Storage. Fla.
State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8667













Echeverria, E. and Ismail, M. Postharvest Changes in Sugars and Organic Acids of Stored Citrus
Fruits. HortScience J. S. #8771

Edwards, G. J.; Beasley, B.; Caret, T. and Goolsby, D. L. Grove Management with Computer Aided
Photointerpretation. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8621


Elkashif, M. E. and Huber, D. J. Enzymic Hydrolysis of Placental Cell Wall Pectins and Cell
Separation in Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) Fruit Exposed to Ethylene. Physiologia Plantarum
J. S. #8896


Elkashif, M. E.; Huber, D. J. and Brecht, J. K. Respiration and Ethylene Production in Harvested
Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) Fruit: Evidence for Nonclimacteric Respiratory Behavior. American
Society of Horticultural Science J. S. #9065


Elliott, C. L.; Snyder, G. H. and Jones, D. B. Rapid Gravimetric Determination of Si in Rice
Straw. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis J. S. #8261

Elliott, M. S.; Zettler, F. W.; Gallegati, M. and Ko, N.-J. A Potyvirus Infecting Ranunculus
asiaticus. Acta Horticulturae J. S. #9010

Ellis, L. M.; George, D. E.; Bryant, M. S.; Copeland, III, E. M.; Bland, K. I. and Sitren, H. S.
Partial Hepatectomy Decreases Pancreatic Parenchymal Enzyme Activity. Journal of Surgical Research
J. S. #8629


Engelhard, A. W. Foliage Disease Management on Poinsettia Plants. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J. S, #8647


Engelhard, A. W.; Jones, J. P. and Woltz, S. S. Nutritional Factors Affecting Fusarium Wilt
Incidence and Severity. Proc. NATO J. S. #9118

Puckett, W. E.; Collins, M. E. and Schellentrager, G. W. Radar Analysis of Soil Map Units on Karst
in West-Central Florida. Soil Science Society of America J. S. #8522

Fadok, V. A. and Greiner, E. C. Equine Insect Hypersensitivity: Skin Test and Biopsy Results
Correlated with Clinical Data. Equine Veterinary Journal J. S. #9074

Ferenc, S. A.; Harty, T. M.; Copeman, D. B. and Courtney, C. H. Distribution of Onchocerca spp.
Microfilariae in the Dermis of Cattle. Veterinary Parasitology J. S. #8999

Filbo, E. C. P.; Lobo, R. B.; Duarte, F. A. M.; Zancaner, A. and Wilcox, C. J. Estimates of
Genetic Changes in Weight at 365 Days of Age in a Brazilian Nellore Herd. Journal of Animal
Science J. S. #8969


Fluck, R. C. Energy of Human Labor. Energy in Production Agriculture J. S. #8933

Flunker, L. K.; Damron, B. L. and Sundlof, S. F. Response of White Leghorn Hens to Various Dietary
Levels of Cassia obtusifolia and Nutrient Fortification as a Means of Alleviating Depressed
Performance. Poultry Science J. S. #9076

Fontem, D. A.; Berger, R. D.; Weingartner, D. P. and Bart, J. A. Progress and Spread of Dark
Leafspot on Cabbage: Epidemic Characterization. Phytopathology J. S. #8715

Forrester, D. J. Intestinal Coccidia of White-Tailed Deer in Southern Florida. Journal of
Wildlife Diseases J. S. #8439

Foster, R. E. Impact of Liriomyza trifolii (Diptera:Agromyzidae) Feeding on Celery Quality in
Florida. J. of Economic Entomology J. S. #8396


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Foster, R. E.; Cherry, R. H. and Jones, D. B. Spatial Distribution of the Rice Stink Bug
(Heteroptera:Pentatomidae) in Florida Rice. Journal of Economic Entomology J. S. #8764


Fowler, H. G. Geographic Variation in the Flight Periodicity of New World Mole Crickets. Journal
of Interdisciplinary Cycle Research J. S. #8579


Franca-Neto, J. B.; West, S. H. and Vaughan, W. R. Multiple Quality Evaluation of Soybean Seed
Produced in Florida in 1986. Soil & Crop Science Soc. J. S. #8772

Frederick, J. J. and Tarjan, A. C. A Revision of the Genus Pratylenchus Filipjey, 1936. Revue de
Nematologie J. S. #8575


Freund, S. M.; Koburger, J. A. and Wei, C. I. Isolation of Plesiomonas shigelloides from Oysters
Using Tetrathionate Broth Enrichment. Journal of Food Protection J. S. #8824


Fulsom, D. R. and Cline, K. A Soluble Protein Factor is Required In Vitro for Membrane Insertion
of a Thylakoid Precursor Protein. Journal of Biological Chemistry J. S. #8474

Funderburk, J. E.; Brown, A.; Maruniak, J. and Boucias, D. Velvetbean Caterpillar (VBC) Control in
Soybean, 1987. Insecticide and Acaricide Tests J. S. #8662


Funderburk, J. E.; Wright, D. L. and Teare, I. D. Population Dynamics of Insect Predators in
Relation to Tillage and Subsoiling Prior to Planting Soybeans. Crop Science J. S. #8508


Gabriel, D. W.; Hunter, J.; Kingsley, M.; Miller, J.; Civerollo, E. and Lazo, G. Clonal Population
Structure of Xanthomonas campestris and Genetic Diversity Among Citrus Canker Strains. Nature
J. S. #8302


Gallaher, R. N.; Dickson, D. W. and Corella, J. F. Effect of Tillage and Multicropping Systems on
the Population Dynamics of Phytopayasitic Nematodes. Annals of Applied Nematology J. S. #8993


Gardner, F. P. and Auma, E. O. Influence of Planting Pattern, Planting Date, and Cultivar on
Canopy Development, and Light Relations, Yield and Market Quality in Peanut. Agronomy Journal
J. S. #8328


Gates, C. A. and Tanner, G. W. Prescribed Burning Effects on Herbaceous Vegetation and Pocket
Gophers (Geomys pinetis) in a Sandhill Community. Florida Academy of Science J. S. #8546

Gates, C. A.; Tanner, G. W. and Gates, B. K. A Modified Live Trap for the Capture of Southeastern
Pocket Gophers. Florida Scientist J. S. #8903


George, A. P.; Nissen, R. J. and Sherman, W. B. Overlapping Double and Early Single Cropping in
Low-Chill Peaches. Fruit Varieties Journal J. S. #8753

Giblin, R. M. and Verkade, S. D. Solarization of Small Volumes of Potting Soil for Disinfestation
of Plant Parasitic Nematodes. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8735

Giblin-Davis, R. M.; Cisar, J. L. and Bilz, F. G. Evaluation of Three Nematicides for the Control
of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes in Tifgreen II Bermudagrass. Annals of Applied Nematology
J. S. #8806


Gibson, J. L. and Kimbrough, J. W. Ultrastructural Observations on Helvellaceae (Pezizales). II.
Ascosporogenesis of Gyromitra esculenta. Canadian Journal of Botany J. S. #8357

Gilman, E. F. Plant Form in Relation to Root Spread. HortScience J. S. #8921


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Gilman, E. F. Tree Root Spread in Relation to Branch Dripline and Harvestable Root Ball.
HortScience J. S. 08298

Gilman, E. F. Response of Hibiscus to Soil Applied Nitrogen. Fla. State Hort. Society
J S. #9102


Gilreath, J. P. Preemergence Weed Control in Statice. HortScience J. S. #9008


Gilreath, M. E.; Funderburk, J. E.; Gorbet, D. W. and Herzog, D. C. Lesser Cornstalk Borer (LCB)
Control in Peanuts in North Florida, 1987. Insecticide and Acaricide Tests J. S. #8660


Gilreath, P. R.; Brown, R. L. and Maynard, D. N. Icebox Watermelon Fruit Size and Yield as
Influenced by Plant Population. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8494

Gould, A. B.; Sonoda, R. M.; Smith, G. S. and Nemec, S. Fluorescent Pseudomonas spp. and Total
Bacterial Populations in Amended Citrus Soil. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #8869


Graham, J. H. an Degel, D. S. Phytophthora Root Rot Development on Mycorrhizal and
Phosphorus-Fertilized Non-Mycorrhizal Sweet Orange Seedlings. Plant Disease J. S. #8265


Graser, E. A. and Allen, Jr., L. H. Water Management for Citrus Production in the Florida
Flatwoods. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8778

Gray, D. J. and Klein, C. M. In Vitro Shoot Micropropagation and Plant Establishment of 'Orlando
Seedless' Grape and 'Tampa' Rootstock. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8635


Green, S. L.; Mayhew, I. G.; Brown, M. P. and Gronwall, R. R. Concentrations of Trimethoprim and
Sulfamethoxazole in Cerebrospinal Fluid and Serum in Mares with and without Dimethyl Sulfoxide
Pretreatment. Am. Journal of Veterinary Research J. S. #9116


Green, S. L.; Specht, T. E.; Dowling, S. C.; Nixon, A. J.; Wilson, J. H. and Carrick, J. B.
Hemoperitoneum in an Equine Neonate Due to Rupture of a Juvenile Granulosa Cell Tumor. American
Veterinary Medical Association J. S. #8541

Gregory, B. M. Behavioral Ecology of Adult Velvetbean Caterpillar (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae) in a
Soybean Field. Entomological Society of America J. S. #8404


Gregory, B. M.; Barfield, C. S. and Edwards, G. B. Spider Predation of Velvetbean Caterpillar
Moths (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae) in a Soybean Field. Journal of Anachnology J. S. #8895

Gregory, J. F. and Toth, J. P. Chemical Synthesis of Deuterated Folate Monoglutamate and In Vivo
Assessment of Urinary Excretion of Deuterated Folates in Man. Analytical Biochemistry
J. S. #8617


Greiner, E. C.; Fadok, V. A.and Rabin, E. B. Equine Culicoides Hypersensitivy in Florida: Biting
Midges Collected in Light Traps Near Horses. Medical and Veterinary Entomology J. S. #8296


Gross, T. S.; Lacroix, M. C.; Baser, F. W.; Thatcher, W. W. and Harney, J. P. Prostaglandin
Secretion by Perifused Porcine Endometrium: Further Evidence for an Endocrine Versus Exocrine
Secretion of Prostaglandins. Prostaglandins J. S. #8486

Gross, T. S.; Plante, C.; Thatcher, W. W.; Hansen, P. J.; Helmer, S. D. and Putney, D. J.
Secretary Proteins of the Bovine Conceptus Alter Endometrial Postaglandin and Protein Secretion In
Vitro. Biology of Reproduction J. S. #8790


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Gross, T. S.; Thatcher, W. W.; Hansen, P. J.; Johnson, J. W. and Helmer, S. D. Presence of an
Intracellular Endometrial Inhibitor of Prostaglandin Synthesis During Early Pregnancy in the Cow.
Prostaglandins J. S. #8488


Grosser, J. W.; Moore, G. A. and Smitter, Jr., F. G. Interspecific Somatic Hybrid Plants from the
Fusion of 'Key' Lime (Citrus aurantefolia) with 'Valencia' Sweet Orange (Citrus sinensis)
Protoplasts. Scientia Horticulturae J. S. #9038

Guido, A. S. and Fowler, H. G. Megacephala fulgida: A Phonotactically Orientating Predator of
Mole Crickets (Scapteriscus). Cicindela J. S. #8710

Gupta, M.; Chourey, P. S.; Burr, 8. and Still, P. S. cDNAs of Two Non-Allelic Sucrose Synthase
Genes in Maize: Expression, Characterization and Mapping. Plant Molecular Biology J. S. #8501


Gupta, V. A Revision of the Genus Microcharops (Hymenoptera:Ichneumonidae). Am. Entomological
Institute J. S. #8445

Guzman, V. L.; Sanchez, C. A. and Lucas, R. E. Banding Fertilizers for Improved Fertilizer Use
Efficiency for Lettuce on Everglades Histosols. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8601


Halbrooks, M. C. and Mortensen, J. A. Influence of Gibberellic Acid and Various Management
Practices on Berry, Seed and Cluster Development in 'Orlando Seedless' Grape. Fla. State Hort.
Soc. J. S. #8627


Haman, D. Z.; Campbell, K. L. and Graetz, D. A. Lysimeter Study of Micro Irrigation and
Fertigation of Tomatoes. Soil & Crop Science Soc. J. S. #8839

Hanson, R. R. and Peyton, L. C. Surgical Correction of Momentary Upward Fixation of the Patella in
a Brahman Cow. Canadian Veterinary Journal J. S. #8275


Harris, L. D. Landscape Linkages: The Dispersal Corridor Approach to Wildlife Conservation.
North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference J. S. #9019


Harris, W. G.; Hollien, K. A. and Carlisle, V. W. Pedon Distribution of Minerals in Coastal Plain
Soils. Soil Science Society of America J. S. #9081

Hart, R.; Webb, P. G.; Biggs, R. H. and Portier, K. M. The Use of Lichen Fumigation Studies to
Evaluate the Effects of New Emission Sources on Class I Areas. Experimental Botany J. S. #8333


Hauptmann, R. M.; Vasil, V.; Ozias-Akins, P.; Tabaeizadeh, Z.; Rogers, S. G.; Fraley, R. T.;
Horsch, R. 8. and Vasil, I. K. Evaluation of Selectable Markers for Obtaining Stable Transformants
in the Gramineae. Plant Physiology J. S. #8431

Helmer, S. D.; Hansen, P. J. and Thatcher, W. W. Differential Processing of the Components of the
Bovine Trophoblast Protein-1 Complex, Novel Glycoproteins Secreted by the Day 17-18 Conceptus.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications J. S. #8828


Henn, R. A.; McSorely, R. and Dunn, R. A. Lance Nematoes (Hoplolaimus galeatus) Associated with
St. Augustinegrass (Stenotaphrum secundatum): Testing the Sampling Plan. Journal of Nematology
J. S. #8800


Henny, R. J.; Poole, R. T. and Conover, C. A. 'Southern Blush'TM Anthurium. HortScience
J. S. #8354


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Henry, P. R.; Echevarria, M. G.; Ammerman, C. B. and Rao, P. V. Biological Availability of
Inorganic Selenium for Ruminants II. Tissue Uptake of Selenium from Different Sources Fed at High
Dietary Concentrations. Journal of Animal Science J. S. #8563

Hidiroglou, N. and McDowell, L. R. Bioavailability of Various Vitamin E Compounds in Sheepa
Internat. Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research J. S. #8409


Hidiroglou, N.; Laflamme, L. F. and McDowell, L. R. Vitamin E Status of Cattle as Influenced by
Supplementation of Various Tocopherol Compounds. International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition
Research J. S. #8464


Hils, M. H.; Dickison,. W. C.; Lucansky, T. W. and Stern, w. L. Comparative Anatomy and
Systematics of Woody Saxifragaceae: Tetracarpaea. Am. Journal of Botany J. S. #8654

Hochmuth, G. J.; Shuler, K. D.; Mitchell, R. L. and Gilreath, P. R. Nitrogen Crop Nutrient
Requirement Demonstrations for Mulched Pepper in Florida. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8769


Hopkins, D. L. and Adlerz, W. C. Natural Hosts of Xylem-Limited Bacteria in Florida. Plant
Disease J. S. #8385


Hudson, W. G. Field Sampling and Population Estimation of the Tawny Mole Cricket, Scapteriscus
vicinus (Orthoptera:Gryllotalpidae). Journal of Economic Entomology J. S. #8931

Hung, L. L. and Sylvia, D. M. Inoculum Production of Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in
Aeroponic Culture. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J. S. #8320


Hung, L. L.; O'Keefe, D. M. and Sylvia, D. M. Phosphorus Requirement and Mycorrhizal Dependency of
Two Biomass Crops. Biology and Fertility of Soils J. S. #8873


Ingham, L. D. and Davis, F. C. Cloning and Characterization of a Core Histone Gene Tandem Repeat
in Urechis cauo Molecular and Cellular Biology J. S. #8852

Ingram, D. L. Extension Delivery Systems Around the World. HortScience J. S. #8785


Ingram, D. L.; Ramcharan, C.; Nell, T. S. and Barrett, J. E. Effect of High Root-Zone Temperatures
on Physiology and Growth of Dracaena Marginata 'Tricolor' and 'Carrizo' Citrange. Scientia
Horticulturae J. S. #8783


Ingram, D. L.; Zimet, D.; Still, S. and Kuhns, L. Production of Pre-Finished Northern Woody Plants
in Florida. Journal of Environmental Horticulture J S. #8977

Ingram, L. 0. Ethanol Tolerance in Bacteria. Critical Reviews in Biotechnology J. S. #8538

Jansson, R. K. and Lecrone, S. H. Potential of Teflubenzuron for Diamondback Moth
(Lepidoptera:Plutellidae) Management on Cabbage in Southern Florida. Florida Entomologist
J. S. #9068


Jansson, R. K.; Heath, R. R. and Coffelt, J. A. Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Sweetpotato
Weevil (Coleopteta:Curculionidae) Catch in Pheromone-Baited Traps in White-Fleshed Sweet Potato
Fields in Southern Florida. Environmental Entomology J. S. #8697

Jennings, M. L.; Percival, H. F. and Abercrombie, C. L. Habitat Variables Affecting Nesting
Success of the American Alligator. J. S. #8382


Jerger, D. E.; Chynoweth, D. P. and Isaacson, H. R. Anaerobic Digestion of Sorghum Biomass.
Biomass J. S. #8345


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Jeske, C. and Percival, H. Time and Energy Budgets of Wintering Ring-Necked Ducks in Florida RH:
Ring-Necked Duck Energetics. Wildlife Management J. S. #8648


Jones, J. P. and Scott, J. W. Evaluation of Fusarium Wilt (Race 3) Tolerant Tomato Lines. Fla.
State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8550


Jones, J. W.; Boote, K. J.; Jagtap, S. S.; Hoogenboom, G. and Wilkerson, G. G. Soybean Crop Growth
Simulation Model. Soygro J. S. #8304


Jordan, J. D. and Shih, S. F. Use of Remote Sensing Abandoned Well Assessment. Am. Soc. Agr. Eng.
J. S. #8556


Jordan, J. D. and Shih, S. F. Ground Truthing of Remotely-Sensed Abandoned Wells. Soil and Crop
Science Society J. S. #8688


Kablan, R. A.; Mansell, R. S.; Bloom, S. A.; Rao, P. S. C. and Hammond, L. C. In Situ
Determination of Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity for Candler Sand. Soil Science J. S. #8665


Kahn, B. A. and Stoffella, P. J. Distribution Pattern of Seed Yield in Cowpeas. Crop Science
J. S. #9085


Kalmbacher, R. S.; Dunavin, L. S. and Martin, F. G. Effect of Fertilization and Harvest Season on
Eastern Gamagrass at Ona and Jay, Florida. Range Management J. S. #8535


Kane, M. F.; Sheehan, T. J. and Philman, N. L. A Micropropagation Protocol Using Fraser Photinia
for Mutation Induction and New Cultivar Selection. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8591

Kennell, J. C.; Wise, R. P. and Pring, D. R. The Influence of Nuclear Background on Transcription
of a Maize Mitochondrial Region Associated with Texas Made Sterile Cytoplasm. Molecular and
General Genetics J. S. #8306


Keppner, E. J. and Tarjan, A. C. An Illustrated Key to the Genera of Free-Living Marine Nematodes
of the Order Enoplida. U.S. Government Publication J. S. #8673


Khuri, R. S.; Shoup, W. D.; Peart, R. M. and Kilmer, R. L. Expert System for Analyzing Citrus
Harvest Simulation Output. Applied Engineering in Agriculture J. S. #8318

Kimbrough, J. W. Arguments Towards Restricting the Limits of the Pyronemataceae
(Pezizales:Ascomycetes). New York Botanical Garden J. S. #8948


Klein, T. A.; Akin, D. C.; Young, D. G. and Telford, S. R. Sporogony, Development and
Ultastructure of Plasmodium floridense in Culex erratius. International Journal for Parasitology
J. S. #9009


Klein, T. A.; Young, D. G.; Greiner, E. C.; Telford, Jr., S. R. and Butler, J. F. Development and
Experimental Transmission of Schellackia golvani and Schellackia occidentalis by Ingestion of
Infected Blood Feeding Arthropods. International Journal for Parasitology J. S. #8271


Koehler, P. G. and Patterson, R. S. A Laboratory Arena Test to Evaluate the Effects of Residual
Insecticides on German cockroach (Orthoptera:Blattellidae) Populations. Journal of Economic
Entomology J. S. #8339


Koehler, P. G. and Patterson, R. S. Effects of Chitin Synthesis Inhibitors on German Cockroach
(Orthoptera:Blattellidae) Mortality and Reproduction. Economic Entomology J. S. #8607


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Koehler, P. G.; Leppla,N. C. and Patterson, R. S. Circadian Rhythm of the Cat Flea
(Siphonaptera:Pulicidae): Locomotion Unaffected by Ultrasound. Journal of Economic Entomology
J. S. #8712


Koo, R. C. J. Use of Controlled-Release Nitrogen for Citrus in a Humid Region. International
Congress Citrus Congress J. S. #8838


Kouame, C. N.; Baltensperger, D. D.; Prine, G. M. and Dunn, R. A. Screening and Selecting
Subterranean Clover Germplasm for Resistance to Root-Knot Nematodes. Journal of Nematology
J. S. #9106


Lamkey, J. W. and Johnson, D. D. Apparent Viscosity and Stability of Meat Emulsions as Affected by
Processing Changes. Journal of Food Science J. S. #9017

Land, E. D. and Marion W. R. Availability and Bird Use of Snags in Slash Pine Plantations of
Northeast Florida. The Wildlife Society Bulletin J. S. #8332


Lee, L. S.; Rao, P. S. C.; Brusseau, M. L. and Ogwada, R. A. Nonequilibrium Sorption of Organic
Contaminants During Flow Through Columns of Aquifer Materials. Environmental Toxicology and
Chemistry J. S. #8859


Lee, R. F.; Brlansky, R. H.; Timmer, L. W.; Tucker, D. P. H.; Derrick, K. S. and Graham, J.
Current Status of Experimental Transmission of Citrus Blight. Internat. Symposium on Citrus Canker
and Declinio/Blight J. s. #8519


Lee, R.; Baksh, N. and Garnsey, S. Relative Titer of Citrus Exocortis Viroid Isolates.
Phytopathology J. S. #8386


Lee, R.; Calvert, L.; Nagel, J. and Hubbard, J, Citrus Tristeza Virus: Characterization of Coat
Proteins. Phytopathology J. S. #8343

Lemke, L. A.; Koehler, P. G. and Patterson, R. S. Susceptibility of the Cat Flea
(Siphonaptera:Pulicidae) to Pyrethroid Insecticides. Florida Entomologist J. S. #8760


Leppla, N. C.; Koehler, P. G. and Agee, H. R. Circadian Rhythms of the German Cockroach
(Dictyoptera:Blattellidae): Locomotion in Response to Different Photoperiods and Wavelengths of
Light. Journal of Insect Physiology J. S. #8699


Lillie, T. H.; Kline, D. L. and Hall, D. W. Host-Seeking Activity of Culicoides spp. Near
Yankeetown, Florida. Am. Mosquito Control Association J. S. #8914

Lindsay, J. A. The Effect of a Clostridium Perfringens 8-6 Enterotoxin on Viability and
Macromolecular Synthesis in Vero Cells. Biochemical Biophysical Research Communications
J. S. #8779


Linley, J. R. Scanning Electron Microscopy of the Eggs of Toxorhynchites rutilus ruitilus and
Toxorhynchites amboinensis (Diptera:Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology J. S. #8589


Linley, J. R. A Note on Critical Point Drying of Mosquito Eggs for Scanning Electron Microscopy.
Medical Entomology J. S. #8360

Linley, J. R. Effects of Water Quality and the Presence of Conspecific and Heterospecific
Immatures on Oviposition by Toxorhynchites amboinensis (Diptera:Culicidae). Medical and Veterinary
Entomology J. S. #8314


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Linley, J. R. Scanning Electron Microscopy of the Tergal Spines of Mansonia titillans and M. dyari
(Diptera:Culicidae) and their Effect on a Leaf Surface During Oviposition. Journal of Medical
Entomology J. S. #9082


Linley, J. R. The Egg of Mansonia dyari Described and Compared with the Egg of Mansonia titillans
(Diptera:Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology J. S. #8658

Linley, J. R. and Duzak, D. Egg Cannibalism and Carnivory Among Three Species of Toxorhynchites
(Diptera:Culicidae). Journal of Insect Behavior J. S. #8985

Linley, J. R.; Parsons, R. E. and Winner, R. A. Evaluation of ULV Naled Applied Simultaneously
Against Adult Aedes taeniorhynchus and Culicoides furens. Am. Mosquito Control Association
J. S. #8897


Litz, R. E. In Vitro Strategies for Tropical Fruit Tree Improvement. Tata Energy Research
Institute J. S. #8677

Lizama, L. C.; McDowell, L. R. and Marion, J. E. Utilization of Aquatic Plants Elodea canadensis
and Hydrilla verticillata in Laying Hen Diets. II. Macrominerals and Microminerals. Nutrition
Reports International J. S. #9071


Lloyd, J. E. Bat Connections with Firefly Luminescence I: Potential Significance, Historical
Evidence, and Opportunity. Coleopterists Bulletin J. S. #8930


LLoyd, J. E.; Wing, S. R. and Hongtrakul, T. Ecology, Flashes and Behavior of Congregating Thai
Fireflies. Biotropica J. S. #8865

Locascio, S. J. Progress in Nutrition of Florida Vegetables During the Past 100 Years. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. J. S. #8823


Locascio, S. J.; Olson, S. M.; Rhoads F. M.; Stanley, C. D. and Csizinszky, A. A. Frequency of
Water and Fertilizer Application for Trickle-Irrigated Tomatoes. Am. Soc. Hort. Science
J. S. #8325


Lynne, G. D. Machinery Replacement, Multiple Optima, and the 1986 Tax Reform Act. Southern
Journal of Agricultural Economics J. S. #8689

Lyrene, P. M. Fecundity of Crosses Between Tetraploid and Hexaploid Vaccinium. Am. Soc. Hort.
Sci. J. S. #8423


Lyrene, P.M. Early-Flowering, Early-Ripening Blueberry Germplasm for Central Florida. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. J. S. #8702


Mackenzie, S. A.; Pring, D. R. and Bassett, M. J. Large Double Stranded RNA Molecules in Phaseolus
vulgaris L. Are Not Associated with Cytoplasmic Male Sterility. Theoretical and Applied Genetics
J. S. #8405


Malayer, J. R.; Hansen, P. J. and Buhi, W. C. Effect of Day of the Oestrous Cycle, Side of the
Reproductive Tract and Heat Shock on In Vitro Protein Secretion by Bovine Endometrium. Journal of
Reproduction and Fertility J. S. #8882


Malayer, J. R.; Hansen, P. J. and Buhi, W. C. Secretion of Proteins by Cultured Bovine Oviducts
Collected from Estrus through Early Diestrus. Journal of Experimental Zoology J. S. #8971


Marco, M. A. and Rockwood, D. L. Provenance Studies of Eucalyptus grandis in Mesopotamia Argentina
and Florida, USA. South African Forestry Journal J. S. #9026


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Marler, T. E.; Ferguson, J. J. and Davies, F. S. Growth of Young 'Hamlin' Orange Trees Using
Standard and Controlled-Release Fertilizers. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8559


Martsolf, J. D. Freeze Protection Methodology Reviewed in the Light of Dependence on Weather and
Climate Information. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8616

Mason, L. J. and Baranowski, R. M. Comparative Response of Wild-Population Anastrepha suspense
(Diptera:Tephritidae) to Various Trap Designs: Effects of Trapping Duration and Population
Density. Journal of Economic Entomology. Economic Entomology J. S. #8599


McConnell, D. B. Container Size and Potting Medium Affect Growth Rate of Weeping Fig and Loquat.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8856


McDaniel, L. L. and Tsai, J. H. Serological Detection of Pseudo-Curly Top Virus Using the
Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay. Plant Disease J. S. #8850

McDowell, L. R. and Conrad, J. H. Mineral Imbalances of Grazing Livestock in Tropical Countries.
International Journal of Animal Science J. S. #8466


McGuire, M. A.; Beede, D. K.; DeLorenzo, M. A.; Wilcox, C. J.; Huntington, G. B.; Reynolds, C. K.
and Collier, R. J. Effects of Thermal Stress and Level of Feed Intake on Portal Plasma Flow and
Net Flux of Metabolites. Journal of Animal Science J. S. #8774


McMillan, Jr., R. T.; Spalding, D. H. and Reeder, W. F. Effectiveness of Various Postharvest
Treatments for Mango Decay Control. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8638


McSorley, R. Tropical and Pacific Nematology: Symposium Introduction. Journal of Nematology
J. S. #8413


McSorley, R. and Parrado, J. L. Nematode Losses During Sieving from Two Soil Types. Nematropica
J. S. #8277


Medellin, R. A. Chrotopterus auritus. Mammalian Species J. S. #9117

Merritt, A. M.; Campbell-Thompson, M. L. and Lowrey, S. Effect of Xylazine Treatment on Equine
Upper Gastrointestinal Myoelectrical Activity. Am. Journal of Veterinary Research J. S. #8763

Mersie, W. and Singh, M. Uptake and Translocation of 1C-Thuringiensin (B-Exotoxin) in Corn.
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology J. S. #8994


Mersie, W. and Singh, M. Comparison of Diuron and Bromacil Toxicity, Absorption, Translocation and
their Effect on CO2 Fixation by Isolated Mesophyll Cells of Citrus. Weed Science J. S. #8476

Mersie, W. and Singh, M. Absorption, Translocation and Metabolism of Thuringiensin in Potato
(Solanum tuberosum). Pesticide Science J. S. #9031


Miller, W. M. and Verba, W. L. Citrus Wax Drying Evaluation Via Infrared Thermometry. Fla. State
Hart. Soc. J. S. #8554


Milon, J. W. Economic Evaluation of Artificial Habitat for Fisheries: Progress and Challenges.
Bulletin of Marine Science J. S. #8686

Mislevy, P.; Ruelke, 0. C. and Martin, F. G. Grazing Evaluation of Cynodon Species. Soil & Crop
Science Society J. S. #8830


Moore, G. A.; Miller, M. J. and Cline, K. The Effects of Low Levels of Chloramphenical and
Methotraxate on Somatic. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology J. S. #8958


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Moorhead, K. K. and Reddy, K. R. Oxygen Transport through Selected Aquatic Macrophytes. Journal
of Environmental Quality J. S. #8438


Moorhead, K. K.; Reddy, K. R. and Graetz, D. A. Water Hyacinth Productivity and Detritus
Accumulation. Hydrobiologia J. S. #8362


Moorhead, K. K.; Reddy, K. R. and Graetz, D. A. Nitrogen Transformations in a Water Hyacinth-Based
Water Treatment System. Journal of Environmental Quality J. S. #8458


Morrow, B. J.; Boucias, D. G. and Heath, M. A. An Analysis of the Attenuation of Nomuraea riley
Cultured Under In Vitro Conditions. Environmental Entomology J. S. #8746

Mortensen, J. A. 'Blanc Du Bois' Grape. HortScience J. S. #8368


Moss, C. B.; Baker, T. G. and Brorsen, B. W. Effects of the Macroeconomic Environment on
Agriculrural Prices in the Early 1980s. Am. Journal of Agricultural Economics J. S. #8737


Moya, J.; Wilcox, C. J.; Littell, R. C. and Thatcher, W. W. Effects of Sire of Fetus Upon
Subsequent Milk Production and Reproduction of Jersey Cows. Journal of Dairy Science J. S. #8490


Moye, H. A. and Miles, C. J. Aldicarb Contamination of Groundwater. Reviews of Environmental
Contamination and Toxicology J. S. #8456


Myer, R. 0.; Barnett, R. D. and Combs, G. E. Feeding Value of Low Test Weight Soft Red Winter
Wheat for Swine. Soil & Crop Science Soc. J. S. #8845


Myer, R. 0.; Barnett, R. D.; Cornell, J. A. and Combs, G. E. Nutritive Value of Diets Containing
Triticale and Varying Mixtures of Triticale and Corn for Growing-Finishing Swine. Animal Feed
Science & Technology J. S. #8402

Myhre, B. E.; Shih, S. F.; Smajstrla, A. G. and Zazueta, F. S. Calibration of Infrared
Thermometer. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #8724


Nagy, S. and Shaw, P. E. Factors Affecting Flavor of Citrus Fruits. Fruit Flavours J. S. #8890


Nairn, C. J.; Winesett, L. and Ferl, R. J. Nucleotide Sequence of an Active Gene from Arabidopsis
thaliana. Gene J. S. #8510

Nayar, J. K.; Knight, J. W. and Bradley, T. J. Innate Tissue Immunity to Dirofilaria immitis
(Leidy) Infection in a Refractory Strain of Aedes aegypti (L.). Experimental Parasitology
J. S. #8309


Neary, D. G.; Bush, P. B.; McMamon, C. K.; Cantrell, R. L. and Taylor, J. W. Persistence of Nine
Forestry Pesticides in the Surface Horizon of a Typic Quartzipsamment Soil of the Ocala National
Forest. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #8571


Newton, G. R.; Hansen, P. J. and Low, B. G. Characterization of a High-Molecular-Weight
Glycoprotein Secreted by the Peri-Implantation Bovine Conceptus. Biology of Reproduction
J. S. #8804


Newton, G. R.; Hansen, P. J.; Bazer, F. W.; Leslie, M. V.; Stephenson, D. C. and Low, B. G.
Presence of the Major Progesterone-Induced Proteins of the Sheep Endometrium in Fetal Fluids.
Biology of Reproduction J. S. #9052


Nixon, A. J. and Spencer, C. P. Arthrography of the Equine Shoulder Joint. Equine Veterinary
Journal J. S. #8527


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Nkedi-Kizza, P.; Rao, P. S. C. and Hornsby, A. The Influence of Organic Co-Solvents on Leaching of
Hydrophobic Organic Chemicals Through Soil. Environmental Science and Technology J. S. #8374


O'Meara, T. E. and Harris, L. D. Arthropod Abundance on Longleaf and Slash Pines. Southern
Journal of Applied Forestry J. S. #8349


Ovalles, F. A. and Collins M. E. Evaluation of Soil Variability in Northwest Florida: Using
Kriged Data. Soil Science Society J. S. #8752


Ovalles, F. A. and Collins, M. E. Evaluation of Soil Variability in Northwest Florida: Selection
of Important Properties. Soil Science Society of America J. S. #8502


Overman, A. R. and Wilkinson, S. R. Partitioning of Dry Matter in Coastal Bermudagrass.
Agricultural Systems J. S. #9006


Owusu-Yaw, J.; Wheeler, W. B. and Wei, C. I. Mutagenicity of the Non-Volatile Reaction Products of
Aqueous Chlorination of L-Tryptophan. Water Chlorination: Chemistry and Environmental Health
Impacts J. S. #8284


Ozaki, H. Y. and O'Hair, S. K. Cassava Yield with a High Table Environment. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J. S. #8939


Ozias-Akins, P.; Tabaeizadeh, Z.; Pring, D. R. and Vasil, I. K. Enhanced Recombination and
Amplification of Mitochondrial DNA Fragments in Somatic Hybrids of the Gramineae. Current Genetics
J. S. #8581


Panagakis, P. B.; Bucklin R. A.; Walker, W. R.; Joner, P. H. and Combs, G. E. Comparison of
Ventilation Systems and Protein Sources on the Performance of Young Pigs. Applied Engineering in
Agriculture J. S. #8834


Parish, M. E. and Higgins, D. P. Isolation and Identification of Lactic Acid Bacteria from Samples
of Citrus Molasses and Unpastuerized Orange Juice. Journal of Food Science J. S. #8444


Parkman, P.; Dusky, J. A. and Waddill, V. H, Biological Studies of Liriomyza sativae
(Diptera:Agromyzidae) on Castor Bean. Environmental Entomology J. S. #8888


Payne, J. F.; Overman, A. R.; Allhands, M. N. and Leseman, W. G. Effect of Wastewater Irrigation
on Soil Characteristics. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers J. S. #8747


Pelosi, R. R.; Gould, A. B.; Cohen, M. and Sonoda, R. M. Seed and Budwood Source Effects on the
Incidence of Citrus Blight Among 14 Year Old 'Valencia' Orange Trees. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J. S. #8530


Pendland, J. C.; Heath, M. A. and Boucias, D. G. Function of a Galactose-Binding Lectin from
Spodoptera exigua Larval Hemolymph: Opsonization of Blastospores from Entomogenous Hyphomycetes.
Journal of Insect Physiology J. S. #8281


Perkins-Veazie, P. and Huber, D. J. Growth of Ripening of Strawberry Fruit Under Field conditions.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8582


Pfahler, P. L.; Barnett, R. D. and Luke, H. H. Relationships Between Seed Weight and Early
Seedling Growth in Rye, Wheat, and Triticale. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #8565


Phillips, T. W.; Nation, J. L.; Wilkinson, R. C. and Foltz, J. L. Secondary Attraction and Field
Activity of Beetle-Produced Volatiles in Dendroctonus terebrans. Journal of Chemical Ecology
J. S. #8860


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Plante, C.; Hansen, P. J. and Thatcher, W. W. Prolongation of Luteal Lifespan in Cows by
Intrauterine Infusion of Recombinant Bovine Alpha-Interferon. Endocrinology J. S. #8815

Ploetz, R. C. and Schaffer, B. Effects of Flooding and Phytophthora Root Rot on Photosynthetic
Characteristics of Avocado. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8513


Poole, R. T. and Conover, C. A. Fertilization of Several Foliage Plants. Inter-American Society
for Tropical Horticulture J. S. #9056


Poole, R. T.; Conover, C. A. and Webb ,P. G. Effects of Environmental Factors on Dracaena
'Massangeana' During Shipping. Florida State Horticultural Society J. S. #9079

Prichard, D. L.; Essig, H. W. and Teare, I. D. Beef Breed Response to Dietary Energy Level: In
Vivo Digestibility and Carcass Traits. Nutrition Reports International J. S. #9094


Prichard, D. L.; Marshall, T. T.; Hargrove, D. D. and Olson, T. A. Effects of Creep Feeding,
Zeranol Implants and Breed Type on Beef Production: II. Weanling Heifer Development and
Composition. Journal of Animal Science J. S. #8610


Purvis, A. C. Soluble Sugars and Oxygen Uptake in Flavedo Tissue During Low Temperature Storage of
Grapefruit. Am. Society of Horticultural Science J. S. #9028

Putney, 0. J.; Drost, M. and Thatcher, W. W. Embryonic Development in Superovulated Dairy Cattle
Exposed to Elevated Ambient Temperatures Between Days 1 to 7 Post Insemination. Theriogenology
J. S. #8727


Putney, D. J.; Malayer, J. R.; Gross, T. S.; Thatcher, W. W.; Hansen, P. J. and Drost, M. Heat
Stress-Induced Alterations in the Synthesis and Secretion of Proteins and Prostaglandins by
Cultured Bovine Conceptuses and Uterine Endometrium. Biology of Reproduction J. S. #8740

Quesenberry, K. H.; Baltensperger, D. D.; Dunn, R. A.; Wilcox, C. J. and Hardy, S. R. Selection
for Tolerance to Rot-Knot Nematodes in Red Clover. Crop Science J. S. #8984


Ramcharan, C.; Ingram, D.; Nell, T. and Barrett, J. Response of Container-Grown Banana and Ixora
to Irrigation Volume Under Two Growing Conditions. Am Society of Horticultural Science
J. S. #8922


Right, P. E.; Baltensperger, D. D. and Prine, G. M. Evaluation of Selection for Maturity in
Crimson Clover. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #8954

Rey, J. R. and Dodd, G. The Florida Marsh Data Base. Fla. Anti-Mosquito Association J. S. #8742

Rhoades, H. L. Effects of Meloidogyne incognita, Belonolaimus longicaudatus, Hoplolaimus galeatus,
Dolichodorus heterocephalus, Pratylenchus scribneri, and Paratrichodorus christiei on the Growth of
Basil, Ocimum basilicum, in Florida. Annals of Applied Nematology J. S. #8578


Rhoads, F. M. and Manning, A. Maize Grain During Rate Determined Gravimetrically and
Electronically. Journal of Production Agriculture J. S. #8451

Rhue, R. D.; Rao, P. S. C. and Smith R. W. Vapor-Phase Adsorption of Alkybenzenes and Water on
Soils and Clays. Chemosphere J. S. #8684


Richter, A. R.; Labisky, R. F. and Shille, V. M. Postpartum Regression of Corpora albicantia in
White-Tailed Deer. Wildlife Management J. S. #8352


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Rieger, M.; Jackson, L. K. and Davies, F. S. Microclimate of Young Citrus Trees Protected by
Microsprinkler Irrigation During Freeze Conditions. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8520


Rieger, M.; Smerge, G. H.; Davies, F. S. and Jackson, L. K. Modeling and Simulation of Tree Wraps
and Microsprinkler Irrigation for Young Citrus Freeze Protection II: Factors Affecting Freeze
Protection. Am. Soc. Hort. Science J. S. #8646

Robbins, R. C.; Martin, F. G. and Roe, J. M. Ingestion of Grapefruit Lowers Elevated Hematocrits
in Human Subjects. International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research J. S. #9054

Robinson, J. G. Demography and Group Structure in Wedge-Capped Capuchin Monkeys Cebus Olivaceus.
J. S. #8376


Rodriguez, A. C.; Teiseira, A. A. and Smerage, G. H. Kinetic Modeling of Heat-Induced Reactions
Affecting Bacterial Spores. Journal of Food Science J. S. #8293

Rodriquez, A. C.; Smerage, G. H.; Teixeira, A. A. and Busta, F. F. Kinetic Effects of Lethal
Temperatures on Population Dynamics of Bacterial Spores. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers J. S. #8836

Rogers, J. W. and Shih, S. F. Using Landsat Data for Land Use Classification in Agricultural Land
Permitting Program. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers J. S. #8652


Rottman, R. W. and Campton, D. E. A Recirculating Aquarium System for Genetic Studies of Tropical
Freshwater Fishes. Progressive Fish-Culturist J. S. #9100

Rouseff, R. L. High Performance Liquid Chromatographic Separation and Spectral Characterization of
the Pigments in Turmeric and Annatto. Journal of Food Science J. S. #9060

Rouseff, R. L.; Davis, J. E.; Martin, S. F. and Barros, S. M. Evaluating Panelist Bias from
Grapefruit Juice Hedonic Scores. Fla. State Hort Soc. J. S. #8751


Ruiz, N. and Harms, R. H. The Riboflavin Requirement of Turkey Poults Fed a Corn-Soybean Meal Diet
from 1 to 21 Days of Age. Poultry Science J. S. #8269

Rusland, G. A.; Sollenberger, L. E.; Albrecht, K. A. and Crowder, L. V. Animal Performance on
Limpograss-Aeschynomene and Nitrogen Fertilized Limpograss Pastures. Agronomy Journal
J. S. #8461


Sabri, H. M.; Wilson, H. R.; Harms R. H. and Boulas, N. Z. Measuring Energy Efficiency of
Individual Laying Hens. Poultry Science J. S. #8965

Salih, Y.; McDowell, L. R.; Hentges, J. F. and Wilcox, C. J. Concentrations of Selenium in Soil,
Diet and Cattle Tissues. Journal of Animal Science J. S. #8568

Salt, S. D. and Gander, J. E. Peptidophosphogalactomannans from Penicillium charlesii. Effects of
Culture pH and Phosphate Limitation. Experimental Mycology J. S. #8291

Sams, A. R.; Janky, D. M. and Woodward, S. A. Tenderness and R-Value Changes in Early-Harvested
Broiler Breast Tissue Following Post-Mortem Electrical Stimulation. Poultry Science J. S. #9041


Sanchez, C. A. and Burdine, H. W. Relationship Between Soil Test P and K Levels and Lettuce Yield
on Everglades Histosols. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #8489

Sanchez, C. A. and Burdine, H. W. Response of Crisphead Lettuce to Temperature, Photoperiod, and
N03:NH4 Ratio. Journal of Plant Nutrition J. S. #8938


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Scheffrahn, R. H.; Hsu, R.-C.; Osbrink, W. L. A. and Su, N.-Y. Fluoride and Sulfate Residues in
Foods Fumigated with Sulfuryl Fuoride. Agricultural and Food Chemistry J. S. #8894

Schmidt, G. M.; Smajstrla, A. G. and Zazueta, F. S. Estimating the Frequency and Duration of Wet
and Dry Periods in a Humid Subtropical Region. Soil & Crop Science Soc. J. S. #8768


Schmidt, R. A.; Miller, T.; Holley, R. C. and Belanger, R. P. Relation of Site Factors to Fusiform
Rust Incidence in Young Slash Pine Plantations in the Coastal Plain of Florida and Georgia. Plant
Disease J. S. #8765


Schramm, Jr., H. L. and Smith, D. C. Differences in Growth Rate Between Sexes of Florida
Largemouth Bass. Southeastern Assoc. of Fish and Wildlife Agencies J. S. #8424

Schuster, D. J. and Pohronezny, K. L. Practical Application of Pest Management on Tomatoes in
Florida. AVRDC J. S. #8588


Schutzman, B. A New Species of Zamia from Honduras. Systematic Botany J. S. #8926


Scott, J. W.; Jones, J. B. and Somodi, G, E. Genetic Resistance to Bacterial Spot in Tomato. Int.
Symp. on Integrated Management Practices J. S. #8813

Sen, A. C.; Fernando, S. Y.; Ahmed, E. M.and Wei, CI. Reduction of Mutagenicity and Toxicity of
Aflatoxin B1 by Chlorine Gas Treatment. Food and Chemical Toxicology J. S.#8637

Shaw, L. N.; Whitney, J. D.; Hedden, S. L. and Churchill, D. B. Energizing an Irrigation Pump
Engine with Citrus Wood. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers J. S. #8401


Shearer, J. K.; Brown, M. B. and Reed, P. A. The Effects of Source and Washing of Erythrocytes on
the Growth of Bacterial Pathogens Isolated from the Bovine Mammary Gland. Am. Journal of
Veterinary Research J. S. #8371

Shih, S. F. Using Lightning for Rainfall Estimation in Florida. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers
J. S. #8266


Shih, S. F. and Cheng, K. S. Generation of Missing Climatic Data for Puerto Rico. Am. Soc. Agr.
Eng. J. S. #8659


Shireman, R. and Durieux, J. Differences in [14C] Glycerol Utilization in Normal and Familial
Hypercholeterolemic Fibroblasts. Biochimica Biophysica Acta J. S. #9047

Shireman, R. B.; O'Byrne, D. and Muth, J. Cholesterol Efflux from Cultured Fibroblasts in the
Presence of Plasma Lipoprotein. Lipids J. S. #8586


Shonkwiler, J. S. and Taylor, T. G. Food Processor Price Behavior: Firm Level Evidence of Sticky
Prices. Am. Journal Agr. Economics J. S. #8437


Shoup, W. D. Unit Reliability Data for Machinery. Journal of Agricultural Mechanization Research
J. S. #8346


Shoup, W. D. Machine Reliability Data and Estimates. Applied Engineering in Agriculture
J. S. #8364


Shoup, W. D. Renaming a University Mechanization Curriculum. Agr. Mechanization Research
J. S. #8285


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Shu, H.; Albrigo, L. G. and Fellers, P. J. Effects of Harvest Date and Type of Film Wrapping on
Keeping Quality of Florida Grapefruit. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8632


Simone, G. W. and Short, D. E. Compatibility and Plant Safety of Fosetyl Aluminum Fungicide with
Other Landscape Ornamental Pesticides. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8714


Sims, C. A.; Johnson, R. P. and Bates, R. P. Response of a Hard-to-Press and a Hard-to-Clarify
Grape Cultivar to Commercial Enzyme Preparations. Am. Journal of Enology and Viticulture
J. S. #8827


Singh, M.; Tamma, R. V. and Mersie, W. Absorption, Translocation, and Metabolism of Bromacil in
Two Guineagrass (Panicum maximum) Biotypes. Pesticide Science J. S. #8516


Skrzypczak, G. and Wright, D. L. Grass Control Herbicides in Soybeans. Soil and Crop Science
Society J. S. #8536


Smajstrla, A. G. and Zazueta, F. S. Estimating Irrigation Requirements of Sprinkler Irrigated
Container Nurseries. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8511


Snell, J. M. and Olson, S. M. Collard Cultivar Evaluation in Northwest Florida 1983-1987 Summary.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8901


Snyder, G. H. and Jones, D. B. Prediction and Prevention of Fe-Related Rice Seedling Chlorosis on
Everglades Histosols. Soil Science Society of America J. S. #8390


Sollenberger, L. E.; Prine, G. M.; Ocumpaugh, W. R.; Jones, Jr., C. S.; Schank, S. C. and
Kalmbacher, R. S. Registration of 'Mott' Dwarf Elephantgrass. Crop Science J. S. #8805


Sonoda, R. M. and Kretschmer, Jr., A. E. Incidence of Rust on Macroptilium Atropurpureum at
Collection Sites in Southern Mexico and in Forage Evaluation Trials in Florida. Tropical
Grasslands J. S. *8305


Stamper, J. H.; Nigg, H. N.; Mahon, W. D.; Nielsen, A. P. and Royer, M. D. Pesticide Exposure to
Greenhouse Foggers. Chemosphere J. S. #8791


Stamper, J. H.; Nigg, H. N.; Mahon, W. D.; Nielsen, A. P. and Royer, M. D. Pesticide Exposure to a
Greenhouse Drencher. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment J. S. #8794


Stamps, R. H. Spunbonded Polypropylene Covers Aid Cold Protection of Asparagus virgatus.
HortScience J. S. #9098


Stamps, R. H.; Nell, T. A. and Cantliffe Production Temperature Affects Leatherleaf Fern Post
Harvest Longevity. HortScience J. S. #8321


Stanley, C. D. and Csizinszky, A. A. Potential Crop Sequences for Continuous Production of
Microirrigated Vegetables in Southwest Florida, USA. 4th International Microirrigation Congress
J. S. #9025


Stanley, C. D.; Schuster, D. J. and Jones, J. B. Plant Row Spacing Effect on Insect Activity,
Bacterial Spot Severity, and Yield for Staked Tomato Production in West Florida. Soil & Crop
Science Soc. J. S. #8844


Stoffella, P. J. and Maynard, D. N. Influence of Missing Hills and Replanting on Tomato Fruit Size
and Yields. Am. Soc. Hort. Science J. S. #8553












Stone, K. C.; Smajstrala, A. G. and Zazueta, F. S. Evaluation of a Pressure Transducer Based
Tensiometer Data Acquisition System. Applied Engineering in Agriculture J. S. #9013


Stott, A. W. and DeLorenzo, M. A. Factors Influencing Profitability of Jersey and Holstein
Lactations. Journal of Dairy Science J. S. #8260


Su, N.-Y. and Scheffrahn, R. H. Foraging Population Size and Territory of the Formosan
Subterranean Termite (Isoptera:Rhinotermitidae) in an Urban Environment. Environmental Entomology
J. S. #8426


Su, N.-Y. and Scheffraqhn, R. H. Toxicity and Lethal Time of N-Ethyl Perfluorootane Sulfonamide
Against Two Subterranean Termites (Isoptera:Rhinotermitidae). Florida Entomolgist J. S. #8338

Sweeney, D. W and Graetz, D. A. Chemical and Decomposition Characteristics of Anaerobic Digester
Effluents Applied to Soil. Journal of Environmental Quality J. S. #8481

Sylvia, D. M. Distribution, Structure, and Function of External Hyphae of Vesicular-Arbuscular
Mycorrhizal Fungi. Am. Assoc. Advancement of Sciences J. S. #8874


Sylvia, D. M. Growth Response of Native Woody Plants to Inoculation with Glomus Species in
Phosphate Mine Soil. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #8704

Sylvia, D. M. and Burks, J. N. Selection of Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi for Inoculation
of Uniola paniculata L.. Mycologia J. S. #8289

Syslo, S. K.; Myhre, D. L. and Biggs, R. H. Incubation Conditions Affecting the Production of
Ethylene in a Spodosol Soil. Soil Science Society of America J. S. #9077


Syvertsen, J. P. and Yelenosky, G. Effect of Salinity on Water Relations, Mineral Nutrition and
Freeze Tolerance of Citrus Rootstock Seedlings. Am. Soc. Hort. Science J. S. #8722

Tanner, G. W.; Wood, J. M. and Jones, S. A. Cogongrass Control Following Glyyphosate Application.
Weed Technology J. S. #8469

Tanner, G. W.; Wood, J. M. and Jones, S. A. Cogongrass Control Following Glyphosate Application.
Weed Technology J. S. #8547


Tarjan, A. C. and Khuong, N. B. A Compendium of the Family Axonolaimidae (Nematoda). Cahiers de
Biologie Marine J. S. #8600

Tarrant, C. A. and McCoy, C. W. Effect of Temperature and Relative Humidity on the Egg and Larval
Stages of Some Citrus Root Weevils. Florida Entomologist J. S. #8908

Taylor, S. G.; Baltensperger, D. D. and Quesenberry, K. H. Recurrent Half-Sib Family Selection for
2,4-D Tolerance in Red Clover. Crop Science J. S. #8942


Tetio-Kagho, F. and Gardner, F. P. Maize Responses to Plant Density I. Canopy Development, Light
Relationships, and Vegetative Growth. Agronomy Journal J. S. #8407


Tetio-Kagho, F.; Gardner, F. P. and Hiebsch, C. K. Plant Density Effects on Maize/Soybean
Intercrop Growth and Yield Responses. Agronomy Journal J. S. #8503

Tetio-Kagho, F.; Hiebsch, C. K. and Gardner, F. P. Field Crops Research J. S. #8612


Tsai, Y. J.; Jones, J. W. and Mishoe, J. W. Optimizing Multiple Cropping Systems: A Systems
Approach. Am. Soc. Agr. Engineers J. S. #8626


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Valentine, J. F.; Ruelke, O. C. and Prine, G. M. Evaluation of Forage Yield, Quality, and
Botanical Composition of a Dwarf Elephantgrass Rhizoma Peanut Association as Affected by Nitrogen
Fertilization. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #8934


Van Horn, H. H.; Ruelke, 0. C.; Cromwell, R. P.; Ryninks, M. and Oskam, K. Effects of Chemical
Drying Agents and Preservatives on Composition and Digestibility of Alfalfa Hay. Journal of Dairy
Science J. S. #8460


Van, T. K. Integrated Control of Waterhyacinth with Neochtina and Paclobutrazol. Journal of
Aquatic Plant Management J. S. #8564

Vasil, I. K. Progress in the Regeneration and Genetic Manipulation of Cereal Crops.
Bio/Technology J. S. #8709


Vellidis, G.; Smajstrla, A. G. and Zazueta, F. S. Lysimeters for Crop Water Use Determinations
Under High Water Table Conditions. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8543

Verkade, S. D. Use of Colloidal Silica Solution in the Isolation of Endomycorrhizal Spores.
Mycologia J. S. #8262

Verkade, S. D.; Drummond, H. E. and Zachariah, G. L. Resident Instruction in Agriculture for
Placebound Students. HortScience J. S. #8974

Vu, J. C. V.; Bert, R. H.; Allen, Jr., L. H. and Bowes, G. Leaf Ultrastructure, Carbohydrates, and
Ribulose Bisphosphate Carboxylase of Soybeans Grown Under CO Enrichment. Plant Physiology
J. S. #8514


Wadleigh, R. W. and Yu, S. J. Metabolism of Organothiocyanate Allelochemical by Glutathione
Transferase in Phytophagous Insects. J. Economic Entomology J. S. #8400

Walker, W. R.; Johnson, D. D.; Brendemuhl, J. H.; Dalrymple, R. H. and Combs, G. E. Evaluation of
Cimaterol for Finishing Swine Including a Drug Withdrawal Period. Journal of Animal Science
J. S. #8636


Walther, D. and Charudattan, R. Coprinus curtus Kalchbr.: A New Record for Florida, and
Regulation of Sporulation in Pure Culture. Trans. British Mycological Society J. S. #9090

Warrag, E.; Lesney, M. and Rockwood, D. L. Micropropagation of Field Tested Superior Eucalyptus
gransis Hybrids. New Forests J. S. #9015

Weingartner, D. P. and Shumaker, J. R. In Row Injection of Metham Sodium and 1,3 Dichloropropene
for Control of Nematode and Soil Borne Potato Disease in Florida. American Potato Journal
J. S. #9095


White, T. L. A Conceptual Framework for the Tree Improvement Programs. New Forests
J. S. #8388


Whitley, R. D.; Meek, L. A.; Millichamp, N. J. and Priehs, D. R. Cataract Surgery in the Equine:
A Review of Six Cases. Equine Veterinary Journal J. S. #8696


Whitley, R. D.; Samuelson, D. A. and Crawley, R. R. Anatomy of the Normal Iridocorneal Angle of
the Chicken Eye. Poultry Science J. S. #8422


Wicker, L.; Parish, M. E. and Braddock, R. J. Nonconventional Treatment of Citrus Juice Extractor
Residue. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8620


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Wilfret, G. J. Florida Cardinal Caladium. HortScience J. S. #8721


Wilfret, G. J. Height Retardation of Easter Lilies Grown in Containers. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J. S. #8608


Wilfret, G. J.. 'Morning Mist' Gladiolus. HortScience J. S. #8719

Wilkinson, R. C. and Haack, R. A. Within-Tree Distribution of Pine Bark Beetles
(Coleoptera:Scolytidae) Under Post-Epidemic Conditions in Honduras. Turrialba J. S. #8282


Wiltbank, W. J. and Oswalt, T. W. Low Temperature Killing Points of Citrus Leaves During the
1984-85, 1985-86 and 1986-87 Low Temperature Periods in Florida. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
J. S. #8674


Witt, W.; Bausher, M. G. and Yelenosky, G. Detection of a Soluble Glycoprotein from Trifoliate
Orange in a Citrus Hybrid, (C. paradisi x Poncirus trifoliata) x C. sinensis, and in Citrus Tissue
Cultures by Immunoblotting. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. J. S. #8436


Witt, W.; Mauk, C. S.; Bausher, M. G.; Yelenosky, G. and Mayer, R. T. Effect of Cold Hardening
Temperatures on Soluble Glycoproteins in Citrus Foliage as Analyzed by Affino- and Immunoblotting.
Plant, Cell and Environment J. S. #8482

Wood, A. G. and Duggan, D. E. Factors Affecting Survival of Azospirillum In Vitro. Applied and
Environmental Microbiology J. S. #9042

Wood, A. G. and Duggan, D. E. A Selective Medium to Monitor Survival of Genetically Marked Strains
of Azospirillum. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J. S. #9046


Woodward, S. A. Texture of Cooked Egg Yolk as Influenced by Physical Manipulation of Raw Eggs Yolk
and Salt Brining of Shell Eggs. Poultry Science J. S. #8585


Yelenosky, G. and Guy, C. L. Freezing Tolerance of Citrus, Spinach and Petunia Leaf Tissue. Plant
Physiology J. S. #8889

Yu, S. J. Microsomal S-Demethylase Activity in Four Lepidopterous Insects. Pesticide Biochemistry
& Physiology J. S. #8678

Yu, S. J. B-Glucosidase in Four Phytophagous Lepidoptera. Insect Biochemistry J. S. #9029


Yu, S. J. Enzyme Induction as Detoxication Mechanism in Phytophagous Insects. Bulletin of the
Institute of Zoology Academia Sinica J. S. #8317

Zale, A. V. Periodicity of Habitation of a Stenothermal Spring Run in North-Central Florida by
Blue Tilapia. North American Journal of Fisheries Management J. S. #8644

Zazueta, F. S.; Smajstrla, A. G. and Izuno, F. T. Analysis of Agricultural Drainage Systems in
Florida. Soil & Crop Science Soc. J. S. #8801


Zekri, M. and Parsons, L. R. Citrus Water Relations and Stomatal Behavior in Response to Drip,
Microsprinkler, and Overhead Sprinkler Irrigation. Am. Soc. Hort. Science J. S. #8367

Zhao, G. S.; Baltensperger, D. D.; Christie, R. G.; Purcifull, D. E. and Edwardson, J. R. The
Effect of a Potyvirus on Alyceclover and Hairy Indigo. Soil & Crop Science Society J. S. #9003

Zitko, S. E.; Timmer, L. W. and Castle, W. S. Survey of Florida Citrus Nurseries for Phytophthora
spp.. Fla. State Hort. Soc. J. S. #8781


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CIRCULARS



Henny, R. J.; Poole, R. T. and Conover, C. A. 'Stripes' A Hybrid Aglaonema for Foliage Producers.
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Henny, R. J.; Poole, R. T. and Conover, C. A. 'Tropic Star' A Hybrid Dieffenbachia for Foliage
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Henny, R. J.; Poole, R. T. and Conover, C. A. 'Southern Blush' A Hybrid Anthurium for Foliage
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Hochauth, G. J. and Hanlon, E. A. Fertilizer Management for Bell Pepper Production in Florida.
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Kalmbacher, R. S.; Mislevy, P.; Martin, F. G.; Prevatt, J. W. and Chambliss, C. G. Seeding
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Maynard, D. N. Vegetable Variety Trial Results in Florida for 1987. Fla. Agr. Expt. Sta.


Scott, J. W. and Harbaugh, B. K. Floragold Basket, A Yellow Fruited, Dwarf Tomato for Hanging
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Sherman, W. B.; Lyrene, P. M. and Crocker, T. E. Flordastar A Peach for Central Florida. Fla.
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Sherman, W. B.; and Lyrene, P. M. Flordaglo A White Flesh Peach for Central Florida. Fla. Agri.
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Sherman, W. B.; Lyrene, P. M. and Crocker, T. E. Flordacrest A Peach for North Central and North
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Sollenberger, L. E.; Prine, G. M.; Ocumpaugh, W. R.; Jones, Jr., C. S.; Schank, S. C.
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Wilfret, G. J. Florida Sunrise A Rose Caladium for Containers. Fla. Agr. Expt. Sta.


Wilfret, G. J. Florida Cardinal A Red Caladium for Forcing. Fla. Agr. Expt. Sta.


Wilfret, G. J. Florida Roselight A Rose Caladium for the Landscape. Fla. Agr. Expt. Sta.


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1988 EXPERIMENT STATION RESEARCH PROJECTS


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
G. W. ISAACS, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1864


Project. No. Title

AGE02154 Biomass Production and Energetic Systems Analyses




AGE02172 Methane Production from Biomass and Waste with Low Solid
Contents

AGE02197 Overland Flow of Municipal Wastewater in Florida

AGE02223 Development of Waterhyacinth Harvesting-Handling-Processing
Systems

AGE02245 Heat and Mass Transfer in Fruits and Vegetables During
Postharvest Operations




AGE02276 Agricultural Meteorology and Climatology for Production in
the Southern Region

AGE02340 Development of Systems for Harvesting, Handling, and
Marketing Vegetables

AGE02356 Irrigation and Drainage of Citrus on Flatwoods Soils

AGE02410 Heat Transfer Modeling of Canned Food Sterilization for
On-Line Computer Control

AGE02480 Optimize Production Efficiency of Animal Housing Systems in
the Southern Region

AGE02486 Utilization of Animal Waste as Energy and Nutrient Souces in
Warm, Humid Climates


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

AGE02522 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


Researchers)

J. W. Mishoe
R. C. Fluck
J. W. Jones

R. A. Nordstedt


A. R. Overman

L. O. Bagnall


K. V. Chau
C. D. Baird
J. J. Gaffney
M. T. Talbot

S. F. Shih


L. N. Shaw


A.

A.


G. Smajstrla

A. Teixeira


R. A.
P. H.

R. A.
E. P.
L. B.

A. G.
F. S.
D. H.
D.

J. W.


G. H.

A. A.

R. C.


J. W.
J. W.

C. D.
M. T.

J. W.
J. W.
W. C.

R. C.


Bucklin
Jones

Nordstedt
Lincoln
Baldwin

Smajstrla
Zazueta
Burgess
Haman

Jones


Smerage

Teixeira

Harrell


Jones
Mishoe

Baird
Talbot

Mishoe
Jones
Boggess

Harrell


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AGE02615 Hydrologic/Water Quality Modeling of Sediment and Chemical
Movement

AGE02619 The Effects of On-farm Agricultural Practices in the
Organic Soils of the EAA on Phosphorus and Nitrogen
Transport

AGE02643 Energy Analysis and Measurement of Agricultural Systems


AGE02646 Bioconversion of Organic Materials to Methane and Other
Useful Products

AGE02672 Harvesting, Storing and Feeding Ensiled Forages

AGE02703 Simulation Models for Forage Production

AGE02723 Phosphorus Balances of Lake Okeechobee Drainage Basins


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

AGR02242 Cultural Strategies for Production of Field Crops


AGR02260 Technology Generation for Enterprises on Small Farms in
North Florida

AGR02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement

AGR02353 Development of Napiergrass as a Biomass Crop


AGR02355 Range Rehabilitation and Management


AGR02356 Irrigation and Drainage of Citrus on Flatwoods Soils

AGR02358 Control and Biology of Selected Aquatic Plants in Florida

AGR02381 Life History, Population Dynamics, and Interference: A Basis
for Understanding Weed Biology


AGR02422 Associative Nitrogen Fixation in Nonleguminous Plants




AGR02459 Forage Plant Improvement from New Germplasm Under Varied
Management


K. L. Campbell
A. B. Bottcher

A. B. Bottcher



R. C. Fluck
C. D. Baird

D. P. Chynoweth


R. P. Cromwell

A. R. Overman

R. C. Fluck
C. M. Fonyo





Researcher ( s)

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)

F. P. Gardner
C. K. Hiebsch

E. C. French


R. L. Smith

G. M. Prine
S. C. Schank

D. D. Baltensperger
S. H. West

L. H. Allen

V. V. Vandiver

W. L. Currey
D. L, Colvin
D. G. Shilling

S. C. Schank
R. L. Smith
S. L. Albrecht
M. H. Gaskins

0. C. Ruelke


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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

AGR02492 Genetic Improvement of Corn

AGR02495 Seed Quality and Viability Maintenance

AGR02507 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 The Role of Glycoproteins in Regulating Stress in Plants

AGR02545 Genetic Improvement of Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.)

AGR02546 Genetic Improvement of Small Grains

AGR02547 Corn and Small Grain Genetics

AGR02563 Efficient Management of Multiple-Cropping, Minimum-Tillage
Systems

AGR02572 Establishment, Response to Defoliation, and Utilization of
N-75 Dwarf Napiergrass

AGR02589 Genetics, Physiology, Ecology and Utilization of Tropical
Forage Legumes

AGR02613 Molecular Manipulation of Genes

AGR02642 Recovery of Carotenoids and Electric Power from Leucaena
Grown on Phosphate Ponds

AGR02670 Evaluation, Selection and Management of Forage Grasses for
Livestock Production in Florida

AGR02672 Harvesting, Storing and Feeding Ensiled Forages

AGR02685 Growth Regulators to Improve

AGRO2703 Simulation Models for Forage Production


J.
R.
S.
D.
E.
K.

D.
E.
K.
D.

C.


E.

S.

J.
R.

R.


D.
J.

K.


R.
G.
R.
D.
S.
H.

D.
S.

S.


G.


S.

H.

R.
G.

L.


Edwardson
Christie
Christie
Baltensperger
Horner
Quesenberry

Baltensperger
Horner
Quesenberry
Wofford

Chambliss


Horner

West

Edwardson
Christie

Smith



Baltensperger
Edwardson

Boote


K. J. Boote
J. M. Bennett
F. P. Gardner

G. J. Fritz

D. A. Knauft

P. L. Pfahler

P. L. Pfahler

R. N. Gallaher


L. E. Sollenberger


K. H. Quesenberry
L. E. Sollenberger

R. L. Smith

F. leGrand


0.
L.

C.

M.

C.


C.
E.

G.




G.


Ruelke
Sollenberger

Chambliss

Wilcox

Chambliss


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DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
C. B. AMMERMAN, ACTING CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1911

Project. No. Title

ANS02083 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


ANS02130 Production of Quality Beef in Florida Utilizing Forage
and/or Grain





ANS02132 Grazing Evaluation of Forages


ANS02193 Dairy Calves for Herd Replacements, Veal and Slaughter Beef

ANS02199 Nutritional and Management Factors Influencing the Bone
Development of Growing Foals



ANSO2211 Improving the Efficiency of Production of Quality Beef in
Florida's Feedlots



ANS02253 Improvement of Baby Pig Survival by Improved Nutrition


ANS02259


ANS02262




ANS02265

ANS02282



ANS02295


ANS02323


ANS02337



ANS02343


ANS02344


ANS02347


Fertility, Growth and Maternal Ability in Angus, Brahman,
Charolais and Their Crosses

Production, Composition and Quality of Beef from Young
Intact Males



Mycotoxins of Corn and Other Feed Grains

Improvement in Efficiency of Beef Production in Brahman
Cattle


Invermectin as an Agent in Control and Treatment of
Parasites in Horses

Mineral Interrelationships, Bioavailability and Toxicity in
Ruminants

Evaluation of Florida Produced Feed Ingredients for Swine
Diets


Relationship Between Frame Size and Homozygosity with
Production Efficiency in Brahman Cattle

Evaluation of Reproductive Characteristics and their
Relationship to Productive Traits in Brahman Cattle

Nutrient Requirements and Management of Swine


Researcher ( s )

0. D. Hargrove
T. T. Marshall

D. L. Prichard


F. W. Baser
R. M. Roberts

R. L. West
D. L. Prichard
D. D. Johnson
A. Z. Palmer
W. E. Kunkle

J. E. Moore
D. L. Prichard

A. Z. Palmer

E. A. Ott
R. L. Asquith
S. Lieb
E. L. Johnson

R. W. Lee
D. D. Hargrove
D. L. Wakeman
D. D. Johnson

G. E. Combs
J. H. Brendemuhl
W. R. Walker

T. A. Olson


M. J. Fields
R. L. West
D. D. Johnson
D. L. Wakeman

R. L. Asquith

M. J. Fields
A. C. Warnick
R. S. Sand

R. L. Asquith


C. B. Ammerman
L. R. McDowell

G. E. Combs
W. R. Walker
L. E. Brendemuhl

T. A. Olson
D. D. Hargrove

T. A. Olson
D. D. Hargrove

G. E. Combs
W. R. Walker
J. H. Brendemuhl


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ANS02366


ANS02432


ANS02458



ANS02501


ANS02509


Sugarcane Molasses Plus Additives


Nutrition and Management of Swine for Increased Reproductive
Efficiency

Oxytocin and Other Secretory Peptides of the Bovine CL



Systems Analysis of Dairy Cattle Production


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



ANS02645 Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy Analysis of Florida
Feeds"

ANS02646 Bioconversion of Organic Materials to Methane and Other
Useful Products

ANS02672 Harvesting, Storing and Feeding Ensiled Forages


DEPARTMENT OF DAIRY SCIENCE
R. P. NATZKE, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1981

Project. No. Title

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


W. E. Kunkle
D. B. Bates

G. E. Combs
J. H. Brendemuhl

M. J. Fields
P. A. Fields
L. H. Larkin

T. A. Olson
S. C. Denham

A. C. Warnick
M. J. Fields
F. W. Bazer

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

J. E. Moore


J. E. Moore
S. L. Russo

W. E. Kunkle
D. B. Bates






Researchers)

J. M. Wing
H. H. Van Horn
H. H. Head
K. C. Bachman

D. K. Beede
C. J. Wilcox
C. R. Staples

R. J. Collier
H. H. Head

K. C. Bachman


H. H. Head
K. C. Bachman
R. J. Collier
C. J. Wilcox


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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

DAS02578 Genetic Methods of Improving Dairy Cattle for the South







DAS02621 Improvement of Beef Cattle in Multibreed Populations

DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY
J. L. CAPINERA, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1901

Project. No. Title


ENY02203

ENY02238


ENY02243

ENY02270


ENY02314


ENY02328


ENY02362


ENY02420

ENY02431




ENY02433


ENY02437


ENY02442


ENY02445


Insect-weed Associations in Florida

Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Agronomic Crops


Development of Entomopathogens as Microbial Control Agents

Toxicology of Agriculturally Important Insect Pests of
Florida

Fundamentals of Insect Behavior, Ecology, and Systematics


Genetic Engineering and Improvement of Microbial
Entomopathogens

Nutritional Ecology of Insects Associated with Soybean and
Other Legumes

Factors Influencing Movement of Noctuid Pest Species

Biological Control of Selected Arthropod Pests and Weeds
through Introduction of Natural Enemies



Biological Control of Plant Parasitic Nematodes and of
Insects by Entomogenous Nematodes

Household Pest Management


Biology and Transmission of Amblyospora (Microspora)
Parasites of Florida

Entomopathogens for Use in Pest Management Systems


D. K. Beede
W. W. Thatcher
H. H. Head
C. J. Wilcox

P. J. Hansen


W. W. Thatcher


D. K. Beede


M. A. DeLorenzo
C. J. Wilcox

W. W. Thatcher
P. J. Hansen

C. J. Wilcox
M. A. DeLorenzo
D. K. Beede
H. H. Head
W. W. Thatcher
K. C. Bachman

M. A. DeLorenzo






Researchers)

D. H. Habeck

D. W. Dickson
R. A. Dunn

D. G. Boucias

S. J. Yu


T. J. Walker
J. E. Lloyd

J. E. Maruniak


F. Slansky


C. S. Barfield

D. H. Habeck
F. D. Bennett
3. H. Frank
J. F. Butler

G. C. Smart


P. G. Koehler
R. S. Patterson

D. W. Hall


D. G. Boucias
J. E. Maruniak
J. L. Capinera


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ENY02447 Managing Root-Knot Diseases with a Nonfumigant Nematicide D. W. Dickson
and Biocontrol Agents S. S. Fluker

ENY02452 Behavior, Taxonomy, and Development of Selected Insect R. C. Wilkinson
Species Infesting Slash Pine in Florida J. L. Foltz

ENY02453 Bioecology and Control of Selected Arthropod Parasites of J. F. Butler
Domestic Tropical and Subtropical Animals

ENY02494 Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Vegetable Crops R. T. McSorley

ENY02505 Taxonomy of the Ichneumonidae (Parasitic Hymenoptera) of the V. K. Gupta
World

ENY02520 Detoxification of Allelochemicals by Herbivorous Insects S. J. Yu

ENY02526 Impact of Bacillus Popilliae on Florida Sugarcane Grubs D. G. Boucias

ENY02527 Biological Control and Dynamical Models of Species J. C. Allen
Interactions J. H. Frank
J. L. Stimac

ENYO2551 Epidemiology and Control of Heartwater J. F. Butler
C. E. Yunker

ENY02552 Physiology and Biochemistry of Insect Adaptation J. L. Nation

ENY02565 Characterization of Host/Tick Interaction for Vectors of J. F. Butler
ASF in the Caribbean

ENY02573 Biological Investigations of Nematode Stress on Corn Yields D. W. Dickson
R. T. McSorley

ENY02594 Identification of Honeybee Races through DNA Restriction H. G. Hall
Fragment Polymorphism

ENY02598 Effects of a Polyspecific Nematode Community on Soybean D. W. Dickson
R. T. McSorley

ENY02624 Biology of Genetically Changing Root-Knot and Cyst Nematodes D. W. Dickson
of Soybean

ENY02630 Taxonomy and Systematics of Nematodes A. C. Tarjan

ENY02636 Biological Control of Pest Mole Crickets J. H. Frank
T. J. Walker
D. G. Boucias
G. C. Smart
F. D. Bennett

ENY02641 Evaluation of Algal Products for Control of Root-Knot A. C. Tarjan
Nematodes

ENY02664 Development of a Monitoring System for Sweetpotato Weevil R. T. McSorley
Management

ENY02667 Biological Control of Whiteflies Damaging Citrus in Florida F. D. Bennett
and the Caribbean J. H. Frank

ENY02676 Pathology and Efficacy of Beauveria bassiana Against Lesser D. G. Boucias
Cornstalk Borer

ENY02682 Chemical Ecology of Host Colonization by the Black J. L. Nation
Turpentine Beetle, Dendroctonus terenbran R. C. Wilkinson
J. L. Foltz

ENY02700 Application of Population Ecology in the Management of Plant R. T. McSorley
Parasitic Nematodes

ENY02713 Interactions among Bark Beetles, Pathogens, and Conifers J. L. Foltz
in North American Forests J. L. Nation
R. C. Wilkinson


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DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS
L. W. LIBBY, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1826


Project. No. Title

FRE02209 An Interindustry Analysis of the Florida Economy with
Emphasis on the Economic Role of Agriculture



FRE02224 Domestic Agricultural Labor Markets and Foreign Workers

FRE02230 Agricultural Water Use and Supply Economics in Florida









FRE02249 Budgets and Costs and Returns in Vegetable Production

FRE02254 Development and Implementation of Computerized Agricultural
Production and Management Decision Aids





FRE02260 Technology Generation for Enterprises on Small Farms in
North Florida

FRE02274 Economic Effects of Selected




FRE02304 Annual Report of Production and Handling/Processing Costs
for Fresh and Processed Florida Citrus

FRE0230S Citrus Processing Procedures: New Technologies, Quality and
Storage

FRE02355 Range Rehabilitation and Management

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





FREO2501 Systems Analysis of Dairy Cattle Production

FRE02541 National and Regional Analysis, Evaluation, Planning and
Financing of Agricultural Research

FRE02677 Changing Patterns of Food Demand and Consumption Behavior


Researchers)

W. D. Mulkey
R. L. Clouser
J. R. Gordon


R. D.

G. D.
W. G.
R. R.
D. A.
C. F.
B. F.
J. W.

T. G.

W. G.
J.
R. P.
D. J.
S. A.

P. E.


R.
0.
J.

R.


L.
A.
W.

L.


Emerson

Lynne
Boggess
Carriker
Comer
Kiker
Long
Milon

Taylor

Boggess
Alvarez
Muraro
Zimet
Ford

Hildebrand


Clouser
Comer
Milon

Kilmer


R. P. Beilock


J.

R.



R.

R.
H.

W.
C.

C.

J.

R.
R.
T.
E.
L.

T.

M.
J.

M.
C.
J.


W.

P.



P.

W.
E.

D.
H.

F.

W.

W.
L.
H.
M.


H.

R.
S.


G.
G.


Prevatt

Beilock


Beilock

Ward
Drummond

Mulkey
Gladwin

Kiker

Prevatt

Ward
Kilmer
Spreen
Babb
Polopolus

Spreen

Langham
Shonkwiler

Brown
Davis
Lee


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FRE02686 Intra-Caribbean and U.S. Caribbean Agricultural Trade:
Implications for Development


FRE02694


FREO2701


Economic and Technical Forces Shaping the Southern Dairy
Industry

Competition and Change in the Fruit and Vegetable Production
and Marketing Systems


FRE02719 Financing Agriculture in a Changing Environment: Macro,
Market, Policy, and Management Issues

DEPARTMENT OF FOOD SCIENCE AND HUMAN NUTRITION
W. B. WHEELER, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1991


Project. No. Title

FOS02151 Enzyme Treatment for Converison of Polysaccharieds in
Biomass to Methane

FOS02265 Mycotoxins of Corn and Other Feed Grains

FOS02287 Zinc Metabolism and Function in Animal Systems

FOS02305 Citrus Processing Procedures: New Technologies, Quality and
Storage

FOS02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crops Improvement


FOS02338 Effect of Lactic Acid Fermentation on Oilseed Protein

FOS02340 Development of Systems for Harvesting, Handling, and
Marketing Vegetables

FOS02397 Effect of Age on Digestion and Absorption of Mono- and
Polyglutamyl Folate in Man and Rats

FOS02438 Southern Region Leader Laboratory Cooperative Research for
Minor-Use Pesticides and Biologicals Registrations

FOS02440 Improving Efficiency and Product Quality During Citrus
Processing

FOS02473 Development and Evaluation of Bunch and Muscadine Grape
Cultivars for Enological Use

FOS02499 Mechanisms of the Transfer of Sterols and Glycerides into
Cells

FOS02508 Improvement of Thermal Processes for Foods


FOS02544 Biochemical Mechanisms for the Conversion of Arylamine-Type
Chemicals into Genotoxic Metabolites

FOS02561 Stable-Isotopic and Enzymatic Investigation of Folacin
Bioavailability

FOS02577 Biochemical and Residual Properties of Pesticides


FOS02644 Improving Grape Processing and Utilization

FOS02673 Product Development for Increased Utilization of the Sweet
Potato


J. S. Seale
C. G. Davis
M. R. Langham
D. Mulkey

R. L. Kilmer


T. G. Taylor
J. J. VanSickle
G. F. Fairchild
D. J. Zimet

C. B. Moss








Researchers)

R. D. Brown
M. Gritzali

C. Wei

R. J, Cousin

R. F. Matthews


R. D. Brown
M. Gritzali

R. H. Schmidt

E. M. Ahmed
R. F. Matthews

L. B. Bailey
J. J. Cerda

W. B. Wheeler
H. A. Moye

R. F. Matthews


R. P. Bates
C. A. Sims

R. B. Shireman


F. F. Busta
M. 0. Balaban

M. D. Corbett
B. R. Corbett

J. F. Gregory


H. A. Moye
W. B. Wheeler

C. A. Sims

E. M. Ahmed
M. O. Balaban














FOS02679 Is Carnitine an Essential Nutrient for the Newborn?

FOS02687 Quality and Safety of Seafood Products


FOS02698 Nutritional Properties of Pyridoxine-Beta-Glucoside



FOS02724 Southern Region Program to Clear Pest Control Agents
for Minor Uses


P. Borum

M. R. Marshall
C. I. Wei

J. F. Gregory
J. P. Toth
L. B. Bailey

W. B. Wheeler
C. W. Meister
L. 0. Lim


SCHOOL OF FOREST RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION
A. C. MACE, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 392-1792


Project. No. Title

FOR01827 Impact of Forest Management Practices on Multiple Forest
Values








FOR02212 Effects of Management on Ecological Relationships in Cypress
Swamps

FOR02255 Effects of Hexazinone on Managed Pine Ecosystems in Florida


FOR02315 The Economics of Forest Management in the Southeastern
Coastal Plain

FOR02334 Pine Tree Evapotranspiration

FOR02355 Range Rehabilitation and Management

FOR02360 Environmental Limits on the Structure and Primary
Productivity of Florida Forests


FOR02409 Habitat Utilization and Feeding Ecology of Selected Raptor
species in North-Central Florida

FOR02416 Genetic Improvement of Four Southern Pine Species


FOR02443 Relationsips and Interactions between Pathogens, their
Hosts, and Attack by Bark Insects

FOR02465 Epidemiology and Management of Fusiform Rust

FOR02503 Fertilization 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

FOR02606 Stress Acclimation of Photosynthesis in Pine


FOR02625 Wildlife and Wildlands Management and Conservation in the
Atlantic Forest Ecosystem of Eastern Brazil

FOR02638 Modeling Slash Pine Growth from Individual Tree Measurements


Researchers)

W. H. Smith
W. L. Pritchett
D. Rockwood
J. Johnson
W. R. Marion
A. C. Mace
L. D. Harris
H. L. Gholz

K. C. Ewel


D. M. Flinchum
A. J. Long

D. R. Dippon


H. Riekerk

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

E. J. Jokela

H. Riekerk


C. P. P.Reid


J. D. Johnson
M. S. Lesney

J. G. Robinson


L. G. Arvanitis


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FOR02655 Market Structure and Performance of the Forest Products
Industry in Florida and the Southeast

FOR02659 Nitrogen Efficiency as an Adaptive Mechanism in Slash Pine


FOR02660 Pitch Canker Disease of Southern Pines: Genetic Resistance
and Epidemiology

FOR02702 Chemistry of Atmospheric Deposition-Effects on
Agriculture, Forestry, Surface Waters, and Materials

FOR02713 Interactions among Bark Beetles, Pathogens, and Conifers
in North American Forests

DEPARTMENT OF 4-H AND OTHER YOUTH PROGRAMS
S. G. FISHER, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1744

Project. No. Title

4-H02430 Victimization 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


DEPARTMENT OF FRUIT CROPS
L. K. JACKSON, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-4711

Project. No. Title

FRC02107 Biochemistry and Physiology of Chemical Regulators for
SGrowth and Development of Fruit Crops

FRC02264 Cellular Photosynthetic Processes and the Regulation of
Photosynthesis

FRC02276 Agricultural Meteorology and Climatology for Production in
the Southern Region

FRC02336 Cultivar Improvement of Fruit and Nut Crops



FRC02415 Freeze Damage and Protection of Fruit and Nut Crops

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


R. C. Abt


M. L. Duryea
T. L. White

G. M. Blakeslee


H. Riekerk


R. S. Webb


Researchers)

L. J. Beaulieu

L. J. Beaulieu


J. A. Rutledge
R. L. Horton
W. A. Griffith


Researchers)

R. H. Biggs


K. E. Koch


J. D. Martsolf


P. M. Lyrene
G. A. Moore
W. B. Sherman

L. R. Parsons

K. E. Koch

G. A. Moore
K. C. Cline

W. B. Sherman
P. M. Lyrene
P. C. Anderson

R. H. Biggs

G. A. Moore

W. B. Sherman
P. M. Lyrene
G. A. Moore

F. S. Davies
J. J. Ferguson


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FRC02652 Cirus Canker: Research on the Detection, Characterization,
Biology and Control of the Disease and its Agent

FRC02661 Regulation of Photosynthetic Processes

FRC02669 Breeding, Cytogenetics, and Evolution of Florida
Blueberries

FRC02684 Acid Deposition Free Radicals and Physiological Responses
of Citrus Sinensis (L.) Osb

DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS
D. A. TICHENOR, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1778

Project. No. Title

HEC02583 Residential Environmental Management and Mildew Problems

HEC02584 Interrelationships Among Financial Situation, Stress, and
Food Intake of Farm Families in Florida

DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY AND CELL SCIENCE
Jo E. GANDER, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1906

Project. No. Title

MCS02120 Increasing Microbial Production of Ethanol by Genetic
Engineering

MCS02152 Improved Anaerobic Digestion of Biomass to Form Methane

MCSO2171 Ultrastructural Analyses of Methanogenic and Plant Biomass
Species

MCS02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement



MCS02330 Mechanisms of Genetic Regulation During Cellular Development

MCS02422 Associative Nitrogen Fixation in Nonleguminous Plants


MCS02434 Fungal Glycopeptide Biosynthesis

MCS02530 Translational Regulation of mRNAs Synthesized During
Oogenesis

MCS02488 Host-Independent Endospore Production from a Bacterial
Pathogen of Root-Knot Nematodes

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

MCS02683 Sequences of 2 Ammonia-induced Glutamate Dehydrogenases,
their Genes and mRNAs

MCS02714 Transcriptional Regulation of Plant Heat Shock Genes

MCSO2715 Cis- and Trans-acting Components of T-DNA Promoter Function


R. H. Biggs


K. E. Koch

P. M. Lyrene


R. H. Biggs
S. V. Kossuth


Researchers)

M. V. Peart

N. I. Torres
L. B. Bobroff


Researchers)

L. O. Ingram


P. H. Smith

H. C. Aldrich


W. B. Gurley
J. F. Preston
K. T. Shanmugam

F. C. Davis

J. R. Milam
D. E. Duggan

J. E. Gander

F. C. Davis


E. P. Previc


P. M. Achey

R. A. Jensen

L. O. Ingram


K. T. Shanmugam


R. R. Schmidt


R. R. Schmidt


W. B. Gurley

W. B. Gurley


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DEPARTMENT OF ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
T. J. SHEEHAN, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1829

Project. No. Title

ORH02142 Weed Control in Ornamental Crops

ORH02266 Regional Advantages in Producing and Marketing Woody

ORH02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement

ORH02351 Introduction and Evaluation of Ornamental Plants







ORH02352 Breeding of Turfgrass and Ornamental Cultivars



ORH02359 Nutrition of Ornamental Plants


ORH02463 Heat Stress of Fruit Trees in Ornamental Plants in the
Virgin Islands

ORH02470 Photosynthate Partioning in a Mycorrhizal Symbiosis

ORH02518 Altered Gene Expression and Protein Synthesis in Spinach
Acclimation

ORH02519 Environmental Factors Affecting Ornamental Plants







ORH02695 Technical and Economical Efficiencies of Producing and
Marketing Landscape Plants

DEPARTMENT OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
R. D. BERGER, ACTING CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-3631

Project. No. Title

PLP02108 Soybean Breeding

PLP02195 Biology, Ecology and Utilization of Mycorrhizal Fungi in
Florida

PLP02297 Overcoming Factors Limiting Biological Nitrogen Fixation by
Leguminous Plants

PLP02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement








PLP02340 Development of Systems for Harvesting, Handling, and
Marketing Vegetables

PLP02384 Biological Control of Weeds with Plant Pathogens


Researchers)

A. E. Dudeck

D. B. McConnell

C. L. Guy

B. Dehgan
A. E. Dudeck
T. J. Sheehan
C. H. Peacock
E. Gilman
D. Henley

B. Dehgen
A. E. Dudeck
T. J. Sheehan

T. H. Yeager
D. Ingram

D. L. Ingram
C. R. Johnson

C. R. Johnson

C. L. Guy


T. A. Nell
J. e. Barrett
C. L. Guy
D. L. Ingram
D. B. McConnell
T. J. Sheehan

D. B, McConnell






Researchers)

R. D. Berger

N. C. Schenck


N. C. Schenck


D. R. Pring
P. S. Chourey
E. Hiebert
D. C. Loschke
C. L. Niblett
S. G. Pueppke
H. C. Kistler

J. A. Bartz


R. Charudattan
T. E. Freeman


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PLP02421 Management of Soil Microorganisms Affecting the Health and
Vigor of Plants

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

PLP02510 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

PLP02591 Gene Expession 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

PLP02637 Etiology, Epidemoilogy, and Control of Disease of Alfalfa

PLP02652 Citrus Canker: Research on the Detection, Characterization,
Biology and Control of the Disease and its Agent

PLP02663 Characterization, Etiology, Epidemiology, and Control of
Virus and Virus-Like Diseases of Citrus

PLP02674 Control of Postharvest Decay of Fruits and Vegetables

PLP02711 Diseases of Turfgrasses



DEPARTMENT OF POULTRY SCIENCE
D. R. SLOAN, CHAIRMAN
PHONE: 392-1931

Project. No. Title

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


N. C. Schenck


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. D. Berger

P. S. Chourey

H. C. Kistler


D. W. Gabriel


D. A. Roberts

R. E. Stall


C. L. Niblett


J. A. Bartz

T. S. Freeman
G. W. Simone
R. D. Berger





Researcher (s)

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


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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








SOS02118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production


soS02195 Biology, Ecology and Utilization of Mycorrhizal Fungi in
Florida Agriculture

SOS02332 Determine Soil Fertility Requirements for Efficient
Production of Forage and Field Crops Production


SOS02356 Irrigation and Drainage of Citrus on Flatwoods Soils




SOS02382 Spatial and Temporal Variability of Soil Characteristics and
Material Fluxes


SOS02422

SOS02446

SOS02477


SOS02479





SOS02498


S0S02502


SOS02503


SOS02515


SOS02524


Associative Nitrogen Fixation in Nonleguminous Plants

Chemistry and Bioavailability of Waste Constituents in Soils

Returning Altered Lands to Productive Use


Pesticides and Other Organics in Soil and Their Potential
for Groundwater Contamination




Microbial Degradation of Phenamiphos and Telone in Soils


Biochemical Transofrmations in Oxic and Anoxic Soils and
Sediments

Fertilization and Nutrition of Southern Pine


Mineralization and Recycling of Composted Garbage and Sewage
Sludge through Forests

The Differential Response of Citrus Rootstocks to Reactive
Aluminum Levels


R. H.
R. D.
H. R.

S. A.


S. A.
D. M.


Harms
Miles
Wilson

Woodward


Woodward
Janky


Researchers)

V. W. Carlisle
L. C. Hammond
B. G. Volk
V. E. Berkheiser
R. B. Brown
M. E. Collins
W. G. Harris

J. G. Fiskell
D. A. Graetz
R. D. Rhue

D. M. Sylvia


W. G. Blue
E. A. Hanlon
J. B. Sartain

D. L. Myhre
D. A. Graetz
R. S. Mansell
J. G. A.Fiskell

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


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SOS02539 Environmental and Genotypic Control of Assimilate Allocation
in Crops

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



SOS02597 Zinc Chelation in Citrus-Metabolic Role in a Decline Disorder

SOS02651 Characterization, Classification, and Mapping of Florida
Soils





SOS02693 Control, Prediction, Economics, and Environmental Effects
of Soil Erosion

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


L. C. Hammond


E. A.
G. J.
J. B.
T. L.

J. B.


W. G.
V. W.
M. E.

J. J.

V. W.
M. E.
R. B.
W. G.
L. C.

M. E.


Hanlon
Hocmuth
Sartain
Yuan

Sartain


Harris
Carlisle
Collins

Street

Carlisle
Collins
Brown
Harris
Hammond

Collins


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

VEC02118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production


VEC02168 Tissue Culture of Biomass Species

VEC02196 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)

S. J. Locascio
G. J. Hochmuth
S. M. Olson

D. J. Cantliffe

D. J. Cantliffe
L. C. Hannah
S. R. Kostewicz

C. B. Hall
D. J. Cantliffe

M. J. Bassett

D. D. Gull

L. C. Hannah
R. J. Mans
C. D. Chase
D. R. McCarty
R. J. Ferl
I. K. Vasil
V. Vasil


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VEC02340 Development of Systems for Harvesting, Handling, and
Marketing Vegetables



VEC02345 Rapid Propagation, Genetic Manipulation and Improvement of
Napiergrass and Giant Napiergrass

VEC02385 Sugar Transport Across Membranes and Accumulation of Sugars
in Plant Tissues

VEC02390 Genetics and Physiology of Sweet Corn Quality, Pest
Resistance, and Yield

VEC02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation







VEC02487 Trickle Irrigation in Humid Regions


VEC02532 Postharvest Physiology and Biochemistry of Vegetables



VEC02536 Characterization of Plant Genes Involved in Mineral
Metabolism and Cytoplasmic-nuclear Interactions

VEC02548 Soil Test Methodology and Crop Response Correlations

VEC02549 The Genetic and Physiological Bases of Low Temperature
Tolerance in Plants

VEC02564 Molecular Genetics of Cytoplasmic Male Sterility in Common
Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris

VEC02582 Chromatin Structure and Gene Expression in Maize

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




VEC02613 Molecular Manipulation of Genes

VEC02640 Development of Cultivars and Specialized Genetic Stocks for
Basic Research in Common Bean

VEC02690 Postharvest Technology and Quarantine Treatments for Insect
Control in Horticultural Crops

COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
K. N. GELATT, DEAN
P. C. KOSCH, ASSISTANT DEAN FOR RESEARCH
PHONE: 392-2381

Project. No. Title


VME02253

VME02279

VMEO2282


Improvement of Baby Pig Survival by

Interaction of Metals with Copper to Produce Intoxication

Improvement in Efficiency of Beef Production in Brahman
Cattle


D. D. Gull
0. J. Huber
J. K. Brecht
S. A. Sargent

I. K. Vasil


T. E. Humphreys


L. C. Hannah
D. J. Cantliffe

S. J. Locascio
S. R. Kostewicz
M. B. Lazin
S. M. Olson
M. Sherman
0. N. Maynard

S. J. Locascio
S. M. Olson

J. K. Brecht
D. J. Huber
M. Sherman

C. 0. Chase


G. J. Hochmuth

C. E. Vallejos


C. D. Chase
M. J. Bassett

R. J. Ferl

L. C. Hannah


C. D. Chase

S. J. Locascio
S. R. Kostewicz
W. M. Stall
T. A. Bewick

R. J. Ferl

M. J. Bassett


J. K. Brecht








Researchers)

H. N. Becker

P. T. Cardeilhac

R. M. Mason


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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

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

VME02468 Immunosuppressive Properties of Progesterone-induced
Proteins in Ovine Uterine Fluid

VME02469 Reducing Embryonic Mortality Associated with Heat Stress and
Repeat Breeding

VME02517 The Epidemiology and Control of Trypanosoma Vivax of
Ruminants in the Caribban (TAD)

VME02528 Development of a Bovine Leukemia Virus Subunit Vaccine

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

VME02562 Enteric Infections of Cattle

VME02566 Epidemiology of Bluetongue Virus in Central America and the
Caribbean



VME02570 Pathophysiologic Consequences of Ingesting High-protein
Diets in Ruminants

VME02585 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 Immunogens

VME02611 Cooperative Research for Minor and Specialty Use Animal Drugs


R. E. Larsen


R. E. Larsen


E. P. Gibbs


R.
C.
J.

P.


E.
H.
T.

L.


Bradley
Courtney
Neilson

Nicoletti


D. J. Forrester


E.P.J.Gibbs
J. H. Wilson
T. J. Lane

S. F. Sundlof


P. J. Hansen


M. Drost


C. H. Courtney
M. J. Burridge

G. H. Palmer

G. H. Palmer


M. J. Burridge
A. L. DeGee
A. F. Barbet
C. E. Yunker
G. H. Palmer

A. F. Barbet


R. K. Braun

E. 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


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VME02623 Complement Mediated Defense Against Respiratory Disease
Complex

VME02662 Resistance to Mastitis in Dairy Cattle

VME02665 Development of a Nucleic Probe for Diagnosis of Bovine
Anaplasmosis

VME02720 Southern Region Leader Laboratory Cooperative Research for
Minor and Specialty Use Animal Drugs

APOPKA AREC
C. A. CONOVER, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 305-889-4161

Project. No. Title

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 Breeding of Turfgrass and Ornamental Cultivars

AP002359 Nutrition of Ornamental Plants




AP002445 Entomopathogens for Use in Pest Management Systems

AP002519 Environmental Factors Affecting Ornamental Plants



AP002647 Biology and Management of Weeds in Ornamental Crops

BELLE GLADE EREC
V. H. WADDILL, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 305-996-3062

Project. No. Title

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

BGL02196 Seed Dormancy, Germination, and Vigor


BGL02285

BGL02309


BGL02317

BGL02319


Virus Diseases of Vegetable Crops in South Florida

Economic Importance, Ecology, and Control of White Grubs
Injurious to Florida Sugarcane

Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement

Biology, Epidemiology, and Control of Viruses and
Mycoplasma-like Organisms Causing Diseases of Corn and
Sorghum


A. F. Esser


M. B. Brown

A. F. Barbet


S. F. Sundlof
W. B. Wheeler






Researchers)

A. R. Chase


R. T. Poole
R. H. Stamps

R. J. Henny
R. H. Stamps
R. T. Poole

R. J. Henny

R. T. Poole
C. A. Conover
R. H. Stamps
R. W. Henley

L. S. Osborne

C. A. Conover
R. T. Poole
R. H. Stamps

R. H. Stamps


Researchers)

J. A. Dusky

G. H. Snyder
D. B. Jones

J. R. Crockett

H. Y. Ozaki
C. A. Sanchez

V. L. Guzman
R. T. Nagata

R. N. Raid

R. H. Cherry


J. D. Miller

B. W. Falk















BGL02377 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

BGLO2390 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

BRADENTON GCREC
W. E. WATERS, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 813-755-1568

Project. No. Title

BRA02076 Growth Regulator Control of Development in Ornamental Crops


BRA02118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production


BRA22142

BRAO221O




BRA02238

B5A02302


Weed Control in Ornamental Crops

Etiology, Symptomatology, Control and Ecology of Diseases of
Horticultural Crops



Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Agronomic Crops

Breeding and Genetics of Fresh Market Tomatoes


BRA02351 Introduction and Evaluation of Ornamental Plants


BRA02352

BRA02359


Breeding of Turfgrass and Ornamental Cultivars

Nutrition of Ornamental Plants


D. L. Anderson
F. J. Coale

J. A. Dusky


E. A. Wolf


V. L. Guzman
H. Y. Ozaki
E. A. Wolf
R. T. Nagata

G. H. Snyder


G. H. Snyder


R. H. Cherry

G. H. Snyder


R. E. Foster

J. A. Dusky

F. T. Izuno
P. S. Porter


Researchers)

B. K. Harbaugh
G. J. Wilfret

C. M. Geraldson
A. A. Csizinszky
C. D. Stanley

J. P. Gilreath

A. W. Engelhard
J. B. Jones
J. P. Jones
S. S. Woltz

A. J. Overman

J. W. Scott
J. B. Jones
J. P. Jones
D. J. Schuster
T. K. Howe
A. J. Overman
W. E. Waters
B. K. Harbaugh

G. J. Wilfret
B. K. Harbaugh
W. E. Waters
T. K. Howe

G. J. Wilfret

B. K. Harbaugh
S. S. Wbltz


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BRA02369 An Integrated Approach for the Control of Bacterial Spot of
Tomato and Pepper (TAD)



BRA02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation






BRA02426 Cucurbit Insect Control

BRA02487 Trickle Irrigation in Humid Regions



BRA02494 Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Vegetable Crops

BRA02519 Environmental Factors Affecting Ornamental Plants


BRA02535 Improvement of Strawberry Cultivars

BRA02538 Detection, Survival, Infection and Control of Phytobacterial
Pathogens on Seeds and Plant Parts

BRA02576 Methodology for Developing Multiple Disease Resistant,
Heat-Tolerant Tomatoes

BRA02593 Biology and Management of Arthropod Pests of Vegetables


BRA02601 Blossom-end Scar of Tomato Fruit: Environmental Effects and
Genetic Improvement

BRA02612 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production

BRA02647 Biology and Management of Weeds in Ornamental Crops


J. B.
J. P.
J. W.
S. S.

A. A.
T. K.
W. E.
D. N.
J. W.

D. J.

A. J.
C. D.
A. A.

A. J.

C. D.
B. K.

J. F.

J. B.
A. W.

J. W.
J. B.

D. J.
J. F.

J. W.


Jones
Jones
Scott
Woltz


Csizinszky
Howe
Waters
Maynard
Scott

Schuster

Overman
Stanley
Csizinszky

Overman

Stanley
Harbaugh

Price

Jones
Engelhard

Scott
Jones

Schuster
Price

Scott


J. P. Gilreath

J. P. Gilreath


BROOKSVILLE AREC
A. C. HAMMOND, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 904-796-3385


Project. No. Title

BR002034 Responses to Selection for Predicted Growth Curve Parameters

BR002073 Breeding Methods for Beef Cattle in the Southern Region

BR002115 The Senepol Breed as a Genetic Resource for Beef Production
in Florida

BR002130 Production of Quality Beef in Florida Utilizing Forage and/or
Grain

BR002318 Plant Germplasm--Its Introduction, Maintenance and Evaluation


BR002343 Relationship Between Frame Size and Level of Upgrading with
Production Efficiency in Brahman Cattle

BR002344 Evaluation of Reproductive Characteristics in Brahman Bulls
and their Relationship to Production Traits in Brahman Cattle

BR002476 Breeding Improved Germplasm of Temperate Pasture and Forage
Legumes


Researchers)

E. L. Adams

E. L. Adams

E. L. Adams


A.
M.

M.
A.

E.


C. Hammond
J. Williams

J. Williams
C. Hammond

L. Adams


E. L. Adams


M. J. Williams
A. C. Hammond


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DOVER AREC
W. E. WATERS, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 813-659-2801

Project. No. Title

DOV02063 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production

DOV02118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable

DOV02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation


DOV02534 Diseases of Strawberries

DOV02535 Improvement of Strawberry Cultivars


DOV02612 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production

FT. LAUDERDALE AREC
D. L. SUTTON, ACTING DIRECTOR
PHONE: 305-475-8990

Project. No. Title

FTLO2317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement

FTL02319 Biology, Epidemiology, and Control of Viruses and
Mycoplasma-like Organisms Causing Diseases of Corn and
Sorghum

FTL02351 Introduction and Evaluation of Ornamental Plants




FTL02352 Breeding of Turfgrass and ornamental Cultivars



FTL02358 Control and Biology of Selected Aquatic Weeds in Florida


FTL02359 Nutrition of Ornamental Plants



FTL02363 Breeding of Turfgrass and Ornamental Cultivars



FTL02375 Survey and Diagnosis of Lethal Yellowing and Hartrot
Diseases of Coconut Palm (TAD)

FTL02504 Biology and Control of Arthropod Pests of Ornamental Plants
and Turf in Southern Florida

FTL02512 Biology and Ecology of the Coconut Mite, Aceria guerreronis

FTL02519 Environmental Factors Affecting Ornamental Plants




FTL02581 Culture and Biology and Red Ring Nematode and Evaluation of
Host-Palm Resistance

FTL02668 DNA Probes for Diagnosis of Mycoplasmal Diseases of Plants


Researchers)

E. E. Albregts

E. E. Albregts


E. E. Albregts
C. M. Howard

C. M. Howard

C. M. Howard
C. K. Chandler

E. E. Albregts





Researchers)

P. Busey

J. H. Tsai
M. J. Davis


P. Busey
T. K. Broschat
H. M. Donselman
G. Fitzpatrick

P. Busey
F. W. Howard
R. M. Giblin-Davis

D. L. Sutton
V. V. Vandiver

T. K. Broschat
H. M. Donselman
G. E. Fitzpatrick

P. Busey
F. W. Howard
R. M. Giblin-Davis

M. J. Davis


F. W. Howard
P. Busey

F. W. Howard

T. K. Broschat
H. M. Donselman
G. E. Fitzpatrick
S. D. Verkade

R. M. Giblin-Davis


M. J. Davis
3. H. Tsai
N. A. Harrison


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FTL02699 Evaluation of Biological Agents for Control of Hydrilla and
Other Weeds

FTL02711 Diseases of Turfgrasses


FT. PIERCE AREC
D. V. CALVERT, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 305-468-3922

Project. No. Title

FTP02063 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production

FTP02075 Management of Insects and Mites on Citrus

FTP02118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production

FTP02208 Improvement of Rootstock Cultivars for Citrus


FTP02302

FTP02340


FTP02356

FTP02386


FTP02405

FTP02414


Breeding and Genetics of Fresh Market Tomatoes

Development of Systems for Harvesting, Handling, and
Marketing Vegetables

Irrigation and Drainage of Citrus on Flatwoods Soils

Breeding, Selection, Agronomic and Grazing Evaluation of
Tropical Forage Legumes (TAD)

Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation

Nature, Cause and Control of Citrus Blight


FTP02459 Forage Plant Improvement from New Germplasm Under Varied
Management


FTP02589 Genetics, Physiology, Ecology and Utilization of Tropical
Legumes

FTP02663 Characterization, Etiology, Epidemiology, and Control of
Virus and Virus-Like Diseases of Citrus

HASTINGS AREC
D. R. HENSEL, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 904-692-1792


Project. No.

HAS02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation


Title


HAS02494 Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Vegetable Crops

HAS02612 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production

HOMESTEAD TREC
R. M. BARANOWSKI, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 305-247-4624

Project. No. Title

HOM01437 Characterization, Classification and Mapping of Florida Soils

HOM02118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production

HOM02196 Seed Dormancy, Germination and Vigor


J. K. Balciunas


M. E. Juhnke


Researchers)

P. J. Stoffella

R. C. Bullock

P. J. Stoffella


R. M. Sonoda
W. S. Castle

R. M. Sonoda

P. J. Stoffella


D. V. Calvert

A. E. Kretschmer


P. J. Stoffella

R. M. Sonoda
D. V. Calvert

A. E. Kretschmer
J. B. Brolmann
R. M. Sonoda

A. E. Kretschmer


R. M. Sonoda


Researchers)

J. R. Shumaker
D. P. Weingartner

D. P. Weingartner

J. R. Shumaker






Researchers)

P. G. Orth

H. H. Bryan
P. G. Orth

H. H. Bryan


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HOM02205 Floral Induction and Fruit Set of Lime, Avocado and Other
Tropical Fruit

HOM02207 Vegetable Crops Physiology and Biochemistry

HOM02276 Agricultural Meteorology and Climatology for Production in
the Southern Region

HOM02302 Breeding and Genetics of Fresh Market Tomatoes

HOM02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement

HOM02336 Fruit and Nut Crops Cultivar Improvement


HOM02365

HOM02405

HOM02431


HOM02487

HOM02494

HOM02569


HOM02593

HOM02599


Aroids for Food and Biomass in the Tropics (TAD)

Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation

Biological Control of Selected Arthropod Pests and Weeds
through Introduction of Natural Enemies

Trickle Irrigation in Humid Regions

Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Vegetable Crops

Effect of Light Environment on Photosynthetic Characteristics
of Tropical Fruit Trees

Biology and Management of Arthropod Pests of Vegetables

Management of Annona Pollinators and Pests


HOM02664 Development of a Monitoring System for Sweetpotato Weevil
Management

HOM02727 Pheromone-Trap Monitoring System for Sweetpotato Weevil
Management in the Southern United States

IMMOKALEE SWFREC
C. E. ARNOLD, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 813-657-2835

Project. No. Title

IMM02063 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production

IMMl2118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production

IMM02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation

IMM02459 Forage Plant Improvement from New Germplasm Under Varied
Management

JAY AREC
H. A. PEACOCK, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 904-994-5215

Project. No. Title

JAY02072 Field Crop Cultivar Testing

JAY02103 Cool-season Annual Pastures Following Early Soybeans for
Growing Beef Calves


JAY02108 Soybean Breeding


T. L. Davenport


H. H. Bryan

P. G. Orth


H. H. Bryan

R. E. Litz

C. W. Campbell
R. E. Litz

S. K. O'Hair

H. H. Bryan

R. M. Baranowski


P. 0. Orth

R. T. McSorley

B. A. Schaffer


R. K. Jansson

R. M. Baranowski
R. T. McMillan
J. Pena

R. K. Jansson
S. K. O'Hair

R. K. Jansson


Researcher (s)

P. H. Everett

P. H. Everett


P. H. Everett

P. H. Everett







Researchers)

H. A. Peacock

J. E. Bertrand
L. S. Dunavin
D. L. Prichard

R. A. Kinloch
H. A. Peacock


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JAY02130 Production of Quality Beef in Florida Utilizing Forage
and/or Grain

JAY02132 Grazing Evaluation of Forages



JAY02176 Development of Tall Grasses as Biomass Crops

JAY02238 Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Agronomic Crops

JAY02332 Determine Soil Fertility Requirements for Efficient
Production of Forage and Field Crops Production

JAY02353 Development of Napiergrass as a Biomass Crop


JAY02381 Life History, Population Dynamics, and Interference: A Basis
for Understanding Weed Biology

JAY02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation

JAY02459 Forage Plant Improvement from New Germplasm Under Varied
Management

JAY02477 Returning Altered Lands to Productive Use

JAY02546 Genetic Improvement of Small Grains


JAY02624 Biology of Genetically Changing Root-Knot and Cyst Nematodes
of Soybean

JAY02675 Behavior and Fate of Selected Sulfonyl Urea and Imidazolinone
Herbicides in the Southern Environment


JAY02722 Integration of Management Strategies for Large Crabgrass and
Lesser Cornstalk Borer in Grain Sorghum

LAKE ALFRED CREC
W. J. KENDER, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 813-956-1151


Project. No.


Title


LAL02065 Citrus Fruit Harvesting


LAL02075 Management of Insects and Mites on Citrus




LAL02079 Biochemistry and Physiology of Citrus Fruits Affecting
Quality During Maturation and Storage

LAL02080 Microbial Quality and Stability of Citrus Juices and
Concentrates

LAL02100 The Identification, Properties and Analysis of Citrus
Cytokinins

LAL02117 Etiology, Epidemiology and Control of Virus and Virus-like
Diseases of Citrus


LAL02140 Management of Citrus as Related to Planting Density and Tree
Size Control


J. E. Bertrand
D. L. Prichard

J. E. Bertrand
L. S. Dunavin
D. L. Prichard

L. S. Dunavin

R. A. Kinloch

M. C. Lutrick


L. S. Dunavin
M. C. Lutrick

B. J. Brecke


H. A. Peacock

L. S. Dunavin


M, C. Lutrick

B. J. Brecke
H. A. Peacock

R. A. Kinloch


B. J. Brecke



B. J. Brecke


Researchers)

J. D. Whitney
T. A. Wheaton

R. F. Brooks
C. C. Childers
C. W. McCoy
H. N. Nigg

M. A. Ismail
L. G. Albrigo

T. R. Graumlich


I. Stewart


R. F. Lee
R. H. Brlansky
L. W. Timmer

T. A. Wheaton
W. S. Castle
J. D. Whitney
D. P. H.Tucker















LAL02202

LAL2O208

LAL02225


LAL02226


Managing Crop Load of Citrus Using Plant Growth Regulators

Improvement of Rootstock Cultivars for Citrus

Mineral Nutrition of Citrus


Mechanical Dewatering of Whole and Processed Citrus


LAL02228 Epidemiology and Control of Aboveground Fungal Diseases of
Citrus

LAL02229 Maximizing Citrus Irrigation Based on Water Conservation,
Tree Growth and Fruit Production


LAL02247 Quality and Stability of Aseptically Processed Citrus Juices
and Concentrates

LAL02277 Maximizing Efficiency of Weed Control in Citrus


LAL02305 Citrus Processing Procedures: New Technologies, Quality and
Storage


LAL02308 Substitution of Producer Gas for Fossil Fuel in Citrus Crop
Production


LAL02322 Postharvest Biotechnology and Quarantine Treatments for
Insect Control in Horticultural Crops


LAL02336 Fruit and Nut Crops Cultivar Improvement

LAL02378 Development of Fungi to Commercialization for the Microbial
Control of Root Weevil Pests of Subtropical and Tropical
Agriculture (TAD)

LAL02380 Characterization of Citrus Tree Declines in Florida, Brazil
and Argentina (TAD)






LAL02428 Minimizing Occupational Exposure to Pesticides

LAL02431 Biological Control of Selected Arthropod Pests and Weeds
through Introduction of Natural Enemies

LAL02440 Improving Efficiency and Product Quality During Citrus
Processing

LAL02441 Evaluation of Equipment, Processes and Materials for
Handling and Marketing Florida Fresh Citrus


LAL02445 Entomopathogens for Use in Pest Management Systems


LAL02487 Trickle Irrigation in Humid Regions


LAL02489 Electronic and Photographic Sensor Technology in Citrus


LAL02522 Multiple Sensing and Algorithm Development for Automatic
Grading Fresh Citrus


T. A. Wheaton

W. S. Castle

R. C. J.Koo
C. A. Anderson

W. M. Miller
C. S. Chen
R. J. Braddock

J. 0. Whiteside


R. C. J.Koo
L. R. Parsons


P. G. Crandall
G. Sadler

M. Singh
D. P. H.Tucker

P. G. Crandall
R. D. Carter
C. S. Chen

J. D, Whitney
S. L. Hedden
D. B. Churchill

W. F. Wardowski
M. Ismail
W. M. Miller

F. G. Gmitter

C. W. McCoy



L. W. Timmer
R. P. Lee
R. H. Brlansky
J. H. Graham
S. M. Garnsey
K. S. Derrick

H. N. Nigg

C. W. McCoy


R. J. Braddock
C. S. Chen

W. M. Miller
M. A. Ismail
W. F. Wardowski

C. W. McCoy
C. A. Tarrant

R. C. Koo
L. R. Parsons

C. H. Blazquez
G. J. Edwards

W. M. Miller















LAL02567 Survival of Beauveria bassiana as a Biological Control Agent
in Tropical Soils

LAL02571 In Vitro Derived Genetic Variability in Citrus


LAL02586 Improving Citrus Juice Processing Technology

LAL02587 Effects of Environmental Stress on Physiology, Growth,
Yield and Quality of Citrus L. G. Albrigo

LAL02597 Zinc Chelation in Citrus-Metabolic Role in a Decline
Disorder

LAL02616 Biological Studies on Indigenous and Exotic Mite Predators
of Phytophagous Mites on Citrus

LAL02626 Management of Nematode Pests of Citrus


LAL02627 Improvements in Citrus Spray Application Technology


LAL02648 Transmission, Etiology, and Control of Citrus Blight







LAL02649 Identification, Control, and Utilization of Enzymes Related
to Juice Processing

LAL02650 Molecular Biology of Microorganisms Associated with
Citrus Products

LAL02652 Citrus Canker: Research on the Detection, Characterization,
Biology and Control of the Disease and its Agent





LAL02654 Biochemistry and Physiology of Citrus Fruits Affecting
Quality During Maturation and Storage

LAL02663 Characterization, Etiology, Epidemiology, and Control of
Virus and Virus-Like Diseases of Citrus


LAL02680 Maintaining Citrus Fruit Quality During Maturation,
Handling and Storage


C. W. McCoy


F. G. Gmitter
J. W. Grosser

C. S. Chen

J. P. Syvertsen


L. G. Albrigo
J. G. Grosser

C. C. Childers


L. W. Duncan
J. W. Noling

M. Salyani
J. D. Whitney

L. W. Timmer
R. H. Brlansky
K. S. Derrick
R. F. Lee
L. G. Albrigo
D. P. H.Tucker

L. Wicker


M. E. Parish


R.
R.
K.
L.
J.

E.


R.
R.
K.

L.
J.
M.


H.
F.
S.
W.
H.

J.


FP.
H.
S.

G.
K.
A.


Brlansky
Lee
Derrick
Timmer
Graham

Echeverria


Lee
Brlansky
Derrick

Albrigo
Burns
Ismail


LEESBURG CREC
G. W. ELMSTROM, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
C. A. CONOVER, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 904-787-3423


Project. No. Title

LBG02063 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production

LBG02118 Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production

LBG02317 Cellular and Molecular Genetics for Crop Improvement

LBG02336 Cultivar Improvement of Fruit and Nut Crops

LBG02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation


Researchers)

G. W. Elmstrom

G. W. Elmstrom


D. J. Gray

J. A. Mortensen

J. M. Crall
G. W. Elmstrom


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LBG02425 Epidemiology of the Common Aphid Transmitted Mosaic Viruses
of Cucurbits in Florida

LBG02426 Cucurbit Insect Control

LBG02427 Citrus Blight Etiology and Management of Grape Insects

LBG02473 Development and Evaluation of Bunch and Muscadine Grape
Cultivars for Enological Use

LBG02481 Biological Control of Fusarium Wilt of Watermelons

LBG02511 Role of Plant Growth Regulators and Xylem-limited Bacteria
in Citrus Blight (TAD)

LIVE OAK AREC
J. R. RICH, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
D. C. HERZOG, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 904-362-1725

Project. No. Title

LI002072 Field Crop Cultivar Testing

LI002238 Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Agronomic Crops

LI002253 Improvement of Baby Pig Survival by Improved Nutrition

L1002260 Technology Generation for Enterprises on Small Farms in
North Florida

LI002337 Evaluation of Florida Produced Feed Ingredients for Swine
Diets


Project. No.

MAR02072

MAR02253


MARIANNA AREC
D. W. GORBET, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
D. C. HERZOG, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 904-594-3241

Title


Field Crop Cultivar Testing

Improvement of Baby Pig Survival by Improved Nutrition


MAR02331 Management Studies of GrowingFinishing Swine Raised in
Wooded, Dirt Lots in North Florida

MAR02337 Evaluation of Florida Produced Feed Ingredients for Swine
Diets

MAR02545 Genetic Improvement of Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.)

MONTICELLO AREC
W. J. FRENCH, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
D. C. HERZOG, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 904-997-2596

Project. No. Title

MN02320 Improved Systems of Management for Pecan Arthropod Pests

MON02336 Cultivar Improvement of Fruit and Nut Crop

MON02529 Environmental and Biological Stresses of Rootstock in Peach
Tree Longevity

MON02647 Biology and Management of Weeds in Ornamental Crops


MON02691 Improved Systems of Management for Pecan Arthrood Pests


W. C. Adlerz


W. C. Adlerz

W. C. Adlerz

M. C. Halbrooks
J. A. Mortensen

D. L. Hopkins

D. L. Hopkins


Researchers)

3. R. Rich

J. R. Rich

C. E. White

M. E. Swisher


C. E. White








Researcher (s)

D. W. Gorbet

R. 0. Myer
W. R. Walker

R. 0. Myer
H. N. Becker

R. 0. Myer


D. W. Gorbet


Researcher ( s)

R. F. Mizell

P. C. Andersen

P. C. Andersen


J. G. Norcini
G. W. Knox

R. F. Mizell


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ONA AREC
F. M. PATE, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 813-735-1314

Project. No. Title

ONA02072 Field Crop Cultivar Testing


ONA02132 Grazing Evaluation of Forages



ONA02176 Development of Tall Grasses as Biomass Crops

ONA02259 Fertility, Growth and Maternal Ability in Angus, Brahman,
Charolais and their Crosses

ONA02324 Effect of Winter Supplemental Energy and Protein on the
Performance of Beef Cows

ONA02332 Determine Soil Fertility Requirements for Efficient
Production of Forage and Field Crops Production

ONA02353 Development of Napiergrass as a Biomass Crop

ONA02355 Range Rehabilitation and Management


ONA02366

ONA02459


Sugarcane Molasses Plus Additives

Forage Plant Improvement from New Germplasm Under Varied
Management


0NA02477 Returning Altered Lands to Productive Use

ONA02484 Persistence, Productivity and N Value of Tropical Legumes in
Grass Pastures

0NA02574 Managing the Plant-animal Interface in Tropical Legume-grass
Pastures

ONA02645 Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy Analysis of Florida
Feeds

ONA02666 Collection and Screening of Desmanthus Germplasm for the
Caribbean

ONA02670 Evaluation, Selection and Management of Forage Grasses for
Livestock Production in Florida


Researcher ( s)

R. S. Kalmbacher
P. Mislevy

W. D. Pitman
P. Mislevy
W. F. Brown

P. Mislevy

F. M. Peacock


W. D. Pitman
F. M. Pate

J. E. Rechcigl


P. Mislevy

R. S. Kalmbacher
W. D. Pitman

F. M. Pate

R. S. Kalmbacher
P. Mislevy
W. D. Pitman

P. Mislevy

W. D. Pitman


W. F. Brown


W. F. Brown


W. D. Pitman


P. Mislevy


QUINCY NFREC
D. C. HERZOG, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 904-627-9236


Title


Field Crop Cultivar Testing

Breeding Methods for Beef Cattle in the Southern Region

Soybean Breeding

Tactics for Management of Soybean Pest Complexes


Efficient Fertilizer and Water

Production of Quality Beef in Florida Utilizing Forage
and/or Grain


Researchers)

R. L. Stanley

F. S. Baker

R. D. Barnett

D. C. Herzog
J. E. Funderburk

S. M. Olson

F. S. Baker
R. L. Stanley
E. J. Golding


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Project. No.

QUN02072

QUN02073

QUN02108

QUN02110


QUN02118

QUN02130


.














QUN02132 Grazing Evaluation of Forages

QUN02176 Development of Tall Grasses as Biomass Crops

QUN02214 Management of Insect pests Attacking Flue-cured Tobacco

QUN02215 Management of Insect Pests

QUNO2329 Crop Physiological Basis for Biological Control of Pests in
Crops

QUN02332 Determine Soil Fertility Requirements for Efficient
Production of Forage and Field Crops Production

QUN02342 Management of Plant Diseases of Agronomic Crops

QUN02353 Development of Napiergrass as a Biomass Crop

QUN02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation

QUN02459 Forage Plant Improvement from New Germplasm Under Varied
Management

QUN02487 Trickle Irrigation in Humid Regions


QUN02546 Genetic Improvement of Small Grains

QUN02547 Corn and Small Grain Genetics

QUN02676 Pathology and Efficacy of Beauveria bassiana Against Lesser
Cornstalk Borer

QUN02692 Arthropod Induced Stress on Soybean: Evaluation and
Management

QUN02697 Integration of Late Leafspot Control Tactics to Increase the
"Percent Chance of Profit"

QUN02722 Integration of Management Strategies for Large Crabgrass and
Lesser Cornstalk Borer in Grain Sorghum

SANFORD CFREC
J. M. WHITE, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
C. A. CONOVER, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 305-322-4134

Project. No. Title

SAN02063 Weed Control in Vegetable Crop Production

SAN02072 Field Crop Cultivar Testing


SAN02108

SAM02118


Soybean Breeding

Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management Systems for
Vegetable Production


SAN02161 Growth Studies of Promising Aquatic Biomass Species in
Nutrient Enriched Waters

SAN02238 Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Agronomic Crops

SAN02261 Development of Improved Carrot Cultivars for Florida


SAN02297 Overcoming Factors Limiting Biological Nitrogen Fixation by
Leguminous Plants

SAN02405 Vegetable Cultivar Evaluation


E. J.

R. L.

W. B.

W. B.

I. D.


Golding

Stanley

Tappan

Tappan

Teare


F. M. Rhoads


F. M. Shokes

R. L. Stanley

S. M. Olson

R. L. Stanley


F. M. Rhoads
S. M. Olson

R. D. Barnett

R. D. Barnett

J. E. Funderburk


J. E. Funderburk
D. C. Herzog

F. M. Shokes


J. E. Funderburk








Researchers)

W. T. Scudder

W. T. Scudder
J. M. White

W. T. Scudder

R. B. Forbes
K. R. Reddy
J. M. White

K. R. Reddy


H. L.

J. 0.
J. M.

W. T.


Rhoades

Strandberg
White

Scudder


J. M, White


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Biology and Management of Nematodes Affecting Vegetable Crops

Biochemical Transformations in Oxic and Anoxic Soils and
Sediments

Biology and Management of Arthropod Pests of Vegetables

Ecology and Control of Pestiferous Chironomid Midges

VERO BEACH FMEL
R. H. BAKER, DIRECTOR
PHONE: 305-562-5435


H. L. Rhoades

K. R. Reddy


G. L. Leibee

A. Ali


Project. No. Title

FME02622 Ecology and Behavior of Plant-Associated Mosquitoes

FME02628 Evaluation of Mosquito Flight Behavior in a Wind Tunnel



FME02629 Effects of Water Management for Mosquito Control upon
Salt Marshes

FME02631 Physiochemical Mechanisms of Susceptibility and
Refractoriness of Mosquito to Filarial Parasites

FME02632 Gonotrophic Variation in Mosqitoes

FME02633 Biology and Control of Wastewater Culex Mosquitoes

FME02639 Evaluation of Insecticidal Control Methods for Adult
Biting Midges

FME02671 Role of Peptide Hormones in Invertebrate Reproduction


Researchers)

L. P. Lounibos

J. F. Day
J. D. Edman
R. H. Baker

J. R. Roy


J. K. Nayar


G.

G.

J.


O'Meara

O'Meara

Linley


D. Borovsky


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SAN02494

SAN02502


SAN02593

SAN02689













GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

AWARDED JULY 1, 1987 JUNE 30, 1988


Donor PI's Department Amount Title
Investigator Period of Project


ABCO INDUSTRIES LTD

POHRONEZNY K L



AGRIMAR CORPORATION

KOO R C


HOMESTEAD AREC
10/01/87 09/30/88




LAKE ALFRED CREC
05/01/88 12/31/88


1,500 RESEARCH OF ABCURE FOR THE CONTROL OF
BACTERIAL SPOTS ON TOMATOES


3,000 EVALUATION OF GEOMAR SEAWEED EXTRACT
IN CITRUS


AMER ALLIGATOR FARMERS ASSOC

PERCIVAL H F WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
05/01/88 07/30/92


AMER CYANAMID COMPANY

KOEHLER P G ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
01/01/88 07/01/89
LEIBEE G L SANFORD AREC
04/01/87 05/31/90


AMER FEDERATION OF AVICULTURE

GASKIN J M VETERINARY MEDICINE
01/01/88 12/31/88


191,859 ALLIGATOR EGG VIABILITY & EFFECTS OF
RANCHING ON SELECTED LAKES IN FLORIDA


11,500

4,000


FLEA RESEARCH

INSECT CONTROL ON CABBAGE


3,000 THE EFFICACY OF VARIOUS DISINFECTANTS
AGAINST CERTAIN PSITTACINE VIRUSES


ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
01/01/88 12/31/88

BRADENTON GCREC
12/01/87 11/30/88


AMER VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOC

DAME J B VETERINARY MEDICINE
11/23/87 11/22/88



ANHEUSER-BUSCH COMPANY

SHUMAKER J R HASTINGS AREC
02/03/88 12/31/88


APALACHEE REG PLANNING COUNCIL

GORDON J R FOOD & RESOURCE ECONOMICS
02/18/88 02/17/89


10,300 PHYSIOLOGICAL & HORMONAL FACTORS
RELATED TO LONGEVITY OF FLOWERING
POTTED PLANTS
20,000 SWEETPOTATO WHITEFLY CONTROL ON
FLOWERS




14,775 DNA MARKERS TO ASSESS THE RANGE OF
HYPOBIOTIC STRAINS OF OSTERTAGIA
OSTERTAGI


1,000 POTATO VARIETY CHIPPING INTERACTION





8,000 MARKETING/FEASIBILITY STUDY


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AMER FLORAL ENDOWMENT

NELL T A


PRICE J F
















Donor PI's Department Amount Title
Investigator Period of Project


APV GAULIN

CRANDALL P G


CRANDALL P G


LAKE ALFRED CREC
09/26/86 10/20/90

LAKE ALFRED CREC
09/26/86 06/15/91


13,000 EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF
MECHANICAL TREATMENT ON THE VISCOSITY
OF CITRUS
16,000 DETERMINE HOW MECHANICAL TREATMENT
AFFECTS 72BRIX ORANGE CONCENTRATE


ASSOC OF AVIAN VETERINARIANS

BELL J U VETERINARY MEDICINE
10/01/87 09/30/88


5,000 DIAGNOSIS & THERAPEUTIC MANAGEMENT OF
AVIAN LEAD INTOXICATION


AZUREA INCORPORATED

REDDY K R


SOIL SCIENCE
05/01/88 10/31/89


58,680 OPTIMIZATION OF VEGETATIVE UPTAKE OF
WASTEWATER PHOSPORUS


BARD


BARBET A F

FIELDS M J


GMITTER F G


LEE R F


PURCIFULL D E


REID C P


SCOTT J W

SHAW L N


VETERINARY MEDICINE
01/01/88 12/31/90
ANIMAL SCIENCE
01/01/88 12/31/90

LAKE ALFRED CREC
10/20/87 10/19/90

LAKE ALFRED CREC
10/21/85 04/21/89

PLANT PATHOLOGY
09/14/85 09/13/88

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
08/25/87 08/24/90

BRADENTON GCREC
08/05/87 08/04/89
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
11/15/85 11/14/88


18,750 DEVELOPMENT OF A RECOMBINANT DNA
DERIVED VACCINE AGAINST BABESIA BOVIS
36,620 BOVINE RELAXIN: A PLACENTAL SOURCE &
EFFECTS ON PROSTAGLANDIN & STEROID
METABOLISM
49,940 MODIFICATION OF REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY
& FRUIT CHARACTERISTICS OF CITRUS BY
BUD
10,000 MAINTAINING THE USE OF SOUR ORANGE
ROOTSTOCK IN THE THREAT OF CITRUS
TRISTERZA VIRUS
21,250 ANTIGENIC & BIOLOGICAL
CHARACTERIZATION OF POLYVIRUSES THAT
INFECT CUCURBITS
21,630 DEVELOPMENT OF MICROBIAL SIDEROPHORES
AS IRON CARRIERS FOR HIGHER PLANTS
PRODUCTION MODE
34,280 BLOSSOM-END SCAR OF TOMATO FRUIT:
ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
34,170 PRODUCTION SYSTEM FOR ONCE-OVER
HARVESTING OF CANTALOUPE


BATES & SONS CALADIUMS

HARBAUGH B K BRADENTON GCREC
12/15/87 01/31/89


BEDDING PLANTS FOUNDATION

CARPENTER W J ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
09/01/86 08/31/89


BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM LIMITED

BUTLER J F ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
10/01/87 09/30/88


5,000 PREFINISHED CALADIUMS


3,000 PRIMING BEDDING PLANT SEED FOR EARLY
& UNIFORM EMERGENCE




1,000 EVALUATION OF BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM
ANIMAL HEALTH INC CATTLE DUST BAG
FORMULATIONS


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Donor PI's Department Amount Title
Investigator Period of Project


BOYLE-MIDrAY

KOEHLER P G


BRISTOL-MYERS

BORUM P R


BUCKMAN LABORATORIES

RHOADES H L



CAMP DRESSER & MCKEE

GRAETZ D A


MOYE H A


ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
10/01/87 07/30/89


FOOD SCIENCE
07/21/87 09/30/88


SANFORD AREC
07/01/86 08/31/88




SOIL SCIENCE
01/01/88 04/01/89

FOOD SCIENCE
01/01/88 12/31/88


CAMPBELL INST FOR RES & TECH

WEI C FOOD SCIENCE
04/01/88 10/31/88


CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED

SARTAIN J B SOIL SCIENCE
05/01/88 04/30/89


CASE INTERNATIONAL

SHOUP W D


AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
10/30/87 12/30/88


9,000 ASIAN COCKROACH FIELD STUDY


4,000 EFFECT OF DIETARY NUCLEOTIDES ON
GASTROINTESTINAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE
COLOSTRUM DEPRIVED NEONATAL PIGLET


3,000 BIOLOGY & MANAGEMENT OF NEMATODES
AFFECTING VEGETABLE CROPS


52,944 ORANGE COUNTY EASTERLY WWTF:
EXPERIMENTAL DISCHARGE OF WASTEWATER
TO WETLANDS
21,600 DETERMINE THE EFFECTS OF VARIOUS
CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PARAMETERS ON THE
RELEASE OF EDB




19,320 CHLORINE DETOXIFICATION OF AFLATOXIN
Bl IN CHICKEN FEED


4,500 EFFECTS OF NaK SOURCES ON GROWTH &
QUALITY OF TURFGRASSES




16,675 DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR
MACHINERY


CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL

WEI C FOOD SCIENCE
04/01/88 03/31/90



CIBA-GEIGY CORPORATION

CHASE A R APOPKA CFREC
04/01/88 03/31/89
DICKSON D W ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
02/01/86 01/31/89
HOPKINS D L LEESBURG AREC
02/29/88 02/28/89
PRICE J F BRADENTON GCREC
09/01/88 03/01/89
SINGH M LAKE ALFRED CREC
01/01/88 12/31/88


21,750 TOXICOLOGICAL EFFECT OF VANADIUM ON
MACROPHAGE RESPONSE TO LISTERIA
CHALLENGE


3,000

37,849

24,180

2,000

16,000


EFFICACY OF SUBDUE-BENLATE 42WP ON
FOLIAGE PLANTS
BIOMANAGEMENT OF PHYTOPARASITIC
NEMATODES WITH PASTEURIA PENETRANS
BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF NEMATODES

CYROMAZINE GRANULAR FOR LEAFMINERS

EVALUATION OF RIDOMIL INTERACTIONS
WITH HERBICIDES IN CITRUS


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Donor PI's Department Amount Title
Investigator Period of Project


WHITESIDE J 0


CITY OF GAINESVILLE

FARRAH S R


STREET J J


CITY OF TALLAHASSEE

OVERMAN A R


LAKE ALFRED CREC
06/01/88 05/31/89


MICROBIOLOGY & CELL SCIENCE
12/01/87 11/30/90

SOIL SCIENCE
06/27/88 10/27/88


AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
10/01/87 09/30/88


4,000 EVALUATION OF FUNGICIDES ON CITRUS
DISEASES


8,640 VIRUS MONITORING OF CHLORINATED
EFFLUENTS & WELL WATER AT THE
KANAPAHA WASTEWATER
4,920 PHOSPHATE REMOVAL RESEARCH


20,000 FARM RESEARCH AT SOUTHEAST SPRAY
FIELD


CLINTEC NUTRITION COMPANY

BORUM P R FOOD SCIENCE
03/22/88 03/21/89


COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

CAPINERA J L ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
12/03/87 06/30/89


CROP GENETICS INTERNATIONAL

DAVIS M 3 FT. LAUDERDALE AREC
02/15/87 06/30/89



DEL MONTE TROPICAL FRUIT CO

DAVENPORT T L HOMESTEAD AREC
03/01/88 02/28/89


108,000 RESEARCH AGREEMENT WITH CLINTEC
NUTRITION


14,500 EVALUATION OF VAIRIMORPHA N.SP AS A
BIOCONTROL AGENT OF MORMON CRICKET




23,000 COLONIZATION POTENTIAL & POPULATION
DYNAMICS OF CLAVIBACTER
XYLI.SUBSP.XYLI. BERMUDAGRASS




30,000 POST HARVEST PHYSIOLOGY OF TROPICAL
FRUITS & FRUIT PRODUCTS


DEPT OF AGRICUL &

ABT R C


BEILOCK R P

CARDEILHAC P T


DEAN

DEAN

DEAN

LEAK


CE

CE

CE

FW


SHIREMAN J V


CONSUMER SER

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
10/01/87 09/01/88

FOOD & RESOURCE ECONOMICS
01/08/88 09/30/88
VETERINARY MEDICINE
01/01/88 12/31/88

AGRONOMY
03/22/88 06/30/89
AGRONOMY
03/22/88 06/30/89
AGRONOMY
05/22/86 06/30/89
ANIMAL SCIENCE
01/01/88 12/31/88

FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE
01/01/88 12/31/88


6,000 FORESTRY PRACTICES ON NON-INDUSTRIAL
PRIVATE FOREST LANDS ASSISTED WITH
THE PACKWOOD TA
14,000 TRANSPORTATION OF FRESH PRODUCE &
ORNAMENTALS FROM FLORIDA
13,232 INCREASING REPRODUCTIVE EFFICIENCY IN
CAPTIVE BREEDING COLONIES OF
ALLIGATORS
9,072 RESEARCH PROJECTS IN FLORIDA
FLUE-CURED TOBACCO
16,000 RESEARCH PROJECTS IN FLORIDA PEANUT
PRODUCTION
6,875 RESEARCH PROJECTS IN FLORIDA SOYBEAN
PRODUCTION
15,000 A FURTHER ANALYSIS OF FLORIDA
FARM-RAISED ALLIGATOR MEAT AS A
WHOLESOME FOOD PRODUCT
12,650 STRATEGIES FOR HATCHERY PRODUCTION OF
TROPICAL COACHES


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Donor PI's Department Amount Title
Investigator Period of Project


STIMAC J L



DEPT OF CITRUS

BARANOWSKI R M


ENTOMOLOGY 6 NEMATOLOGY
10/01/87 09/30/90




HOMESTEAD AREC
07/01/83 06/30/89


75,000 BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF FIRE ANTS





30,000 CARIBBEAN FRUIT FLY: DEVELOPMENT OF
STRATEGIES OF DETECTION & CONTROL


DEPT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS

DEGNER R L FOOD & RESOURCE ECONOMICS
02/19/88 09/30/88


DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATI

CANFIELD D E FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE
06/24/86 09/14/89

CHAUDHRY G R SOIL SCIENCE
06/01/88 11/30/89
CISAR J L FT. LAUDERDALE AREC
06/29/88 12/01/89
MOVE H A FOOD SCIENCE
06/29/88 12/01/89
RAO P S SOIL SCIENCE
06/29/88 01/01/90
SHANKLAN D L ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
05/04/88 01/31/89


DEPT OF HEALTH & REHAB SERVICE

KLOTER K 0 VERO BEACH FMEL
09/15/87 09/14/88


38,998 1988 OBSERVATIONAL SURVEY OF USAGE OF
CHILD RESTRAINT DEVICES IN FLORIDA


60,000 CHARACTERIZATION OF WATER QUALITY &
FISH POPULATION IN SOME FLORIDA
ACIDIC LAKES
65,734 ISOLATION & PESTICIDE-DEGRADATIVE
EFFICACY OF MICROORGANISMS
67,600 AGROCHEMICAL TRANSPORT IN IRRIGATED
TURFGRASS SOILS
62,641 THE BINDING & RELEASE OF EDB & DBCP
FROM FLORIDA SOILS
61,300 ORGANIC CONTAMINANT SORPTION IN
FLORIDA SOIL/GROUNDWATER SYSTEMS
32,300 TOXIC SUBSTANCE STATEWIDE INFORMATION
BANK


35,522 EVALUATION OF 3 MOSQUITO TRAPS FOR
CAPTURING ADULT AE.AEGYPTI &
AE.ALBOPICTUS


DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCE

CAMPTON D E

CAMPTON D E

CANFIELD DE


JOYCE J C

MOYE H A


SUTTON D L


ES

FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE
11/24/86 09/30/88
FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE
04/23/87 05/31/89
FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE
05/05/86 11/30/90

CNTR FOR AQUATIC PLANTS
02/01/88 01/31/91
FOOD SCIENCE
04/18/88 04/17/90

FT. LAUDERDALE AREC
04/01/86 12/31/89


DNA PLANT TECHNOLOGY CORP

OLSON S M QUINCY AREC
01/01/88 12/31/88


12,000 ELECTROPHORETIC ANALYSIS OF BLACK
MULLET
5,100 ELECTROPHORETIC ANALYSIS OF QUEEN
CONCH
165,068 RELATIONS BETWEEN AQUATIC MACROPHYTES
& THE LIMNOLOGY & FISHERIES OF
FLORIDA LAKES
22,776 SUPPORT SERVICES FOR DNR POSITION AT
THE CENTER FOR AQUATIC WEEDS
10,000 ANALYSIS OF WATER SAMPLES FOR THE
AQUATIC HERBICIDE FLURIDONE & ITS
METABOLITE
27,426 USE OF SEEDS FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF
DESIRABLE AQUATIC PLANTS




3,500 DNAP TOMATO OBSERVATIONAL TRIAL


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Donor PI's Department Amount Title
Investigator Period of Project


DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY

CHILDERS C C

FOSTER R E

KOEHLER P G

MOYE H A

SCHEFFRAHN R H


DUPONT COMPANY

MCMILLAN R T


DURAND-WAYLAND INC

MILLER W M


LAKE ALFRED CREC
05/12/88 12/31/88
BELLE GLADE EREC
02/08/88 02/08/89
ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
10/01/86 12/30/88
FOOD SCIENCE
04/14/87 01/31/89
FT. LAUDERDALE AREC
03/01/86 12/31/88


HOMESTEAD AREC
12/01/87 12/01/88


LAKE ALFRED CREC
09/01/87 12/31/88


8,000

4,750

4,000

7,200

25,000


EVALUATION OF MITICIDES ON CITRUS

CONTROL OF FALL ARMYWORMS ON SWEET
CORN
CHLORPYRIFAS RESIDUE & EFFICACY
ANALYSIS
METABOLISM & LEACHING OF
1,3DICHLOOPROPENE IN SOILS
TRANSIENT & PERMANENT RESIDUES OF
SULFURYL FLUORIDE IN FOOD


2,000 COOPERATIVE RESEARCH INVOLVING CROP
RESIDUE STUDIES


2,640 DAMAGE ASSESSMENT IN SIZING
TANGERINES BY AUTOMATIC OPTICAL
WEIGHT OR CONVENTIONAL


ECOGEN


BELLE GLADE EREC
03/30/88 03/29/89
HOMESTEAD AREC
03/25/87 02/28/89

SANFORD AREC
03/30/88 03/29/89


1,500 CONTROL OF DIAMONDBACK MOTH LARVAE ON
CABBAGE
2,500 FIELD TRIAL TO EVALUATE
GENETICALLY-ALTERED B. THURINGIENSIS
STRAINS FOR CONTROL
2,500 EVALUATION OF BT-BASED PRODUCTS FOR
THE CONTROL OF LEPIDOPTEROUS PESTS ON
CABBAGE


EM INDUSTRIES

CHILDERS C C

WHITESIDE J 0


LAKE ALFRED CREC
03/30/88 12/31/88
LAKE ALFRED CREC
04/01/88 03/31/89


5,000

2,000


EVALUATION OF NOMOLT & DIARACT FOR
CITRUS RUST MITE CONTROL
EVALUATION OF FUNGICIDE DITHIANON
(75%WP) AGAINST SCAB ON CITRUS


EMPIRE HEALTH CARE PRODUCTS

BUTCHER G D VETERINARY MEDICINE
10/15/87 07/31/89


ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

NIGG H N LAKE ALFRED CREC
05/01/83 04/30/89
PEART R M AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
09/01/87 08/31/88
PEART R M AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
09/01/87 08/31/88

RAO P S SOIL SCIENCE
10/19/87 10/18/90
RAO P S SOIL SCIENCE
10/19/87 10/18/90


3,500 VETRX AS A TREATMENT FOR RESPIRATORY
CONDITIONS IN CAGE BIRDS


40,000

40,981

5,234


213,644

198,784


THERMAL COMFORT ASSESSMENT OF
EXPERIMENTAL OF PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON CROP
YIELD IN THE SOUTHEASTERN U. S.
IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON CROP
YIELD IN THE SOUTHEASTERN U. S.: A
SIMULATION STUDY
SOLUBILITY & SORPTION OF HYDROPHOBIC
ORGANIC CHEMICALS IN COMPLEX SOLVENTS
SOLUBILITY & SORPTION OF HYDROPHOBIC
ORGANIC CHEMICALS IN COMPLEX SOLVENTS


FOSTER R E

JANSSON R K


LEIBEE G L
















Donor P1's Department Amount Title
Investigator Period of Project


ESCUELA AGRICOLA PANAMERICANA

BARFIELD C S ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
10/01/86 09/30/89



EVANS BIOCONTROL INCORPORATED

CAPINERA J L ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
02/01/88 02/01/89


FERMENTA PLANT PROTECTION CO

MCMILLAN R T HOMESTEAD AREC
05/01/88 05/01/89
MEISTER C W FOOD SCIENCE
04/01/88 03/31/89
MOSS M A HOMESTEAD AREC
03/11/88 03/11/89
POHRONEZNY K L HOMESTEAD AREC
12/01/87 12/01/88
POHRONEZNY K L HOMESTEAD AREC
04/01/88 04/01/89


100,350 SECOND PHASE OF THE PROJECT
INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT IN
HOUDURAS




18,000 CULTURE OF NOSEMS LOCUSTAE IN
LEPIDOPTERA LARVAE


2,000

1,400

1,200

2,000

1,500


IR-4 PASSION FRUIT & PAPAYA TRIALS

EVALUATION OF CHLOROTHALONI RESIDUES
IN MANGO
EVALUATION OF CHLOROLORID FOR CONTROL
OF MANGO ANTHRANONE
TOMATO FUNGICIDE EVALUATION RESEARCH

SUPPORT OUR RESEARCH FOR IPM ON
SNAPBEANS


FL 4-H FOUNDATION

RUTLEDGE J A


4-H & OTHER YOUTH PROGRAMS
04/01/88 08/31/88


3,761 INTERNATIONAL 4-H YOUTH PROGRAM


FL ALLIGATOR FARMERS ASSOC

PERCIVAL H F SCHOOL OF FOREST RES & CONS
05/01/88 07/30/92


86,197 ALLIGATOR EGG VIABILITY & EFFECTS OF
RANCHING ON SELECTED LAKES IN FLORIDA


FL BEEF COUNCIL

LAMKEY J W


FL CELERY EXCHANGE

SANCHEZ C A


ANIMAL SCIENCE
02/01/88 01/01/89


BELLE GLADE EREC
09/01/87 08/30/88


FL DAIRY FARMERS ASSOCIATION

NATZKE R P DAIRY SCIENCE
04/15/88 04/15/89


FL FOLIAGE ASSOCIATION

OSBORNE L S APOPKA CFREC
12/18/87 12/18/88


12,705 DEVELOPMENT OF MORE CONVENIENT HIGH
QUALITY BEEF PRODUCTS USING
UTILITY-GRADE BEEF


2,000 STUDIES OF BLACKHEART & BROWN STEM IN
CELERY




54,217 INCREASING EFFICIENCY OF MILK
PRODUCTION IN FLORIDA


7,650 BIOLOGY & CONTROL OF SWEETPOTATO
WHITEFLY


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Donor PI's Department Amount Title
Investigator Period of Project


FL FORESTRY ASSOCIATION

JOKELA E J FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
01/01/88 12/31/88
SCHMIDT R A SCHOOL OF FOREST RES & CONS
07/01/88 06/30/89
WHITE T L FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
07/01/88 06/30/89


FL FOUNDATION SEED PRODUCERS

THOMPSON N P ADMINISTRATION
04/01/88 06/30/89
THOMPSON N P ADMINISTRATION
07/01/88 06/30/89


84,000

54,600

81,000


39,380

52,373


COOPERATIVE RESEARCH IN FOREST
FERTILIZATION
INTEGRATED FOREST PEST MANAGEMENT
COOPERATIVE
COOPERATIVE FOREST GENETICS RESEARCH
PROGRAM


RESEARCH IN SUPPORT OF PLANT VARIETY
DEVELOPMENT
NEW & IMPROVED VARIETIES OF CROP SEED
& OTHER PLANT MATERIALS IN ADEQUATE
QUANTITIES


FL INST OF PHOSPHATE RESEARCH


COLLOPY M W


RIEKERK H


WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
12/15/87 12/14/88

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
05/01/88 04/30/89


FL LETTUCE FOUNDATION

SANCHEZ C A BELLE GLADE EREC
11/01/87 10/30/88



FL LIME & AVOCADO ADMIN COMM

PENA J E HOMESTEAD AREC
07/01/87 06/30/90

SCHAFFER B A HOMESTEAD AREC
07/01/87 06/30/90


FL ORNAMENTAL GROWERS ASSOC

PRICE J F BRADENTON GCREC
10/01/87 10/01/88


FL POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

MAZZOTTI F J WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
01/01/88 12/31/89


34,875 HABITAT USE & BEHAVIOR OF WADING
BIRDS AT LAKE HANCOCK POLK COUNTY
FLORIDA
48,554 DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNIQUES &
GUIDELINES FOR RECLAMATION OF
PHOSPHATE MINES LANDS


7,500 CORRELATION & CALIBRATION OF SOIL
TEST & PLANT TISSUE ANALYSIS FOR
LETTUCE




207,000 ID & CONTROL OF INSECTS & DISEASES
CAUSING BLOSSOM BLIGHT & PREMATURE
FRUIT DROP OF LIM
91,850 COMPREHENSIVE RESEARCH PROGRAM FOR
AVOCADO GROVE MANAGEMENT




4,695 BIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR OF SWEETPOTATO
WHITEFLY RELATIVE TO CHEMICAL CONTROL


20,931 MONITORING AMERICAN CROCODILES AT THE
TURKEY POINT & FORT LAUDERDALE POWER
PLANT


FL SUGAR CANE LEAGUE

ANDERSON D L

CHERRY R H

DAVIS M J


BELLE GLADE EREC
01/01/88 12/31/88
BELLE GLADE EREC
01/01/88 12/31/88
FT. LAUDERDALE AREC
01/01/88 12/31/88


800

5,000

20,000


IMPROVING EVERGLADES SOIL TESTING
LABORATORY
BIOLOGICAL & CULTURAL CONTROL OF
GRUBS IN FLORIDA SUGARCANE
YIELD LOSS ASSESSMENT & CONTROL OF
RATOON STUNTING DISEASE
















Donor PI's Department Amount Title
Investigator Period of Project


FL TOMATO COMMITTEE

DAVIDSON J M


ADMINISTRATION
10/01/86 10/31/88


108,000 VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS & CENTERS


FL TURF-GRASS ASSOCIATION


FT. LAUDERDALE AREC
10/01/87 09/30/88
FT. LAUDERDALE AREC
05/01/88 05/01/89

ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
10/01/86 09/30/88

FT. LAUDERDALE AREC
02/15/88 02/15/90

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
11/01/87 06/01/89


4,000 CHINCH BUG RESISTANCE IN ST.
AUGUSTINE GRASS
7,000 ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NATIONAL
BERMUDAGRASS VARIETY TRIAL AT FT.
LAUDERDALE REC
25,000 THE PARASITIC NEMATODE NEOPLECTANA
CARPOCAPSAE AS A BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
FOR MOLE
9,375 DELIVERY OF RHIZOSPHERE-COMPETENT
BACTERIA WITH BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
POTENTIAL TO ESTABLISH
4,000 BENTGRASS OVERSEEDING OF A
BERMUDAGRASS PUTTING GREEN


FMC CORPORATION


BALABAN M 0

KOEHLER P G

KRING J B

TEIXEIRA A A


FOOD SCIENCE
04/01/88 03/31/90
ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
01/01/88 01/01/89
BRADENTON GCREC
01/01/88 12/31/88
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
02/01/88 01/31/89


GA AGRI COMMODITY COMMISSION

BOOTE K J AGRONOMY
07/01/88 06/30/89



GA FORESTRY COMMISSION

ABT R C FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
07/01/87 09/30/88


GAME & FRESH WATER FISH COMMIS

COLLOPY M W WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
08/28/87 06/30/91

COLLOPY M W WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
01/06/86 12/31/90

COLLOPY M W WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
09/11/87 12/31/89

KITCHENS W M SCHOOL OF FOREST RES & CONS
07/01/79 12/31/99
KITCHENS W M SCHOOL OF FOREST RES & CONS
07/01/79 12/31/99
KITCHENS W M SCHOOL OF FOREST RES & CONS
07/01/79 12/31/99


73,729

2,000

1,000

12,600


HIGH PRESSURE C02 PROCESSING OF
ORANGE JUICE
GERMAN COCKROACH & FLEA STUDIES

CAULIFLOWER RESIDUE ANALYSIS

EXPERT SYSTEM FOR THERMAL PROCESS
VALIDATION


6,000 COMPUTER SIMULATION OF PEANUT GROWTH
& YIELD TO INVESTIGATE CAUSES FOR LOW
PEANUT YIELDS


15,523 PINE SUPPLY DEMAND & INVENTORY IN
SOUTH GEORGIA SOUTH ALABAMA & FLORIDA





23,700 POPULATION DYNAMICS OF SOUTHERN BALD
EAGLES IN FLORIDA DISPERSAL PATTERNS
HABITAT US
100,000 COOPERATIVE URBAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
PROGRAM A COMPONENT THE FLA NONGAME
WILDLIFE
26,706 STATUS DISTRIBUTION & HABITAT
REQUIREMENTS OF THE SWALLOWTAILED
KITE IN FLORIDA
10,000 GRADUATE RESEARCH IN FISH AND GAME
COMMISSION
30,000 GRADUATE RESEARCH IN FISH & GAME
COMMISSION
40,000 GRADUATE RESEARCH IN FISH & GAME
COMMISSION


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BUSEY P

CISAR J L


FRANK J H


JUHNKE M E


MCCARTY LB
















Donor PI's Department Amount Title
Investigator Period of Project


LABISKY R F


LABISKY R F

MARION W R

TANNER G W




GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

CHYNOWETH D P


CLINE K C

HARRELL R C


GRACE & COMPANY

PRICE J F


GRAYSON FOUNDATION

REIS K J


SHARP D C


WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
05/01/87 06/30/89

WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
01/22/88 09/30/88
SCHOOL OF FOREST RES & CONS
06/06/85 06/13/89
WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
08/28/87 06/30/90






AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
02/10/88 02/10/89

FRUIT CROPS
03/25/88 03/24/89
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
03/25/88 03/24/89


BRADENTON GCREC
04/01/88 09/01/88


VETERINARY MEDICINE
09/01/87 08/31/88

ANIMAL SCIENCE
09/01/85 08/31/88


9,966 A 10-YEAR POPULATION SURVEY OF
RED-COCKADED WOODPECKERS ON A
5,181-HA STUDY SITE
23,670 FEASIBILITY STUDY: WHITETAILED DEER
POPULATION MANAGEMENT IN THE OSCEOLA
21,693 SNAGS & CAVITY-NESTING BIRDS IN
FLORIDA PINE FORESTS
16,204 SMALL MAMMAL & PLANT RESPONSES TO THE
REHABILITATION OF A DRY PRAIRIE
GRASSLAND ASSOCIATION


20,000 RESOURCE EVALUATION & DEVELOPMENT
MANUAL FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT &
METHANE RECOVERY
32,265 CONTROL OF CITRUS TRISTEZA VIRUS BY
GENETIC TRANSFORMATION OF CITRUS
20,000 INTELLIGENT AUTOMATION OF PLANT
TISSUE CULTURE OPERATIONS




5,000 NEEM SEED EXTRACT FOR SWEET POTATO
WHITEFLY CONTROL


11,092 RAPID. SCREENING TEST TO DETECT
PASSIVE TRANSFER OF IMMUNOGLOBULINS
IN FOALS
24,305 STEROID HORMONE-UTERINE SECRETION
INTERACTION & EMBRYO SURVIVAL


GREAT LAKES CHEMICAL CORP

DICKSON D W ENTOMOLOGY & NEMATOLOGY
10/01/87 09/30/88
NOLING J W LAKE ALFRED CREC
04/15/88 04/15/91
SCHEFFRAHN R H FT. LAUDERDALE AREC
03/01/88 03/01/89


GREEN VALLEY PROPERTIES INC

TANNER G W WILDLIFE & RANGE SCIENCES
01/01/88 12/31/88


3,500

25,392

7,500


EVALUATE GLC 682 & BROM-O-SOL FOR
NEMATODE CONTROL ON PEANUT
METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGATION FOR CITRUS
RESET SITES
COMPARATIVE TOXICITY OF METHYL
BROMIDE AGAINST TERMITES


46,135 DISTRIBUTION HABITAT SELECTION &
NESTING ECOLOGY OF FLORIDA SANDHILL
CRANES


GRO-PROD

POOLE R T


APOPKA CFREC
06/01/88 03/01/89


2,500 FOLIAGE PLANT PRODUCTION USING
GRO-PROD


GULF & S ATLANTIC FISH DEV FD

CATO J C SEA GRANT
02/01/88 01/31/89


49,685 TURTLE EXCLUDER DEMONSTRATION
PROJECTS


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