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FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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MAP OF RESEARCH CENTER LOCATIONS

REPORT BY THE DEAN FOR RESEARCH

SELECTED RESEARCH ACCOMPLISHMENTS

LIST OF FACULTY . ... .

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1989 REPORT BY THE DEAN FOR RESEARCH


James M. Davidson


The annual report from the Office of the Dean for Research serves to describe
those research projects that were underway in 1988-89, to make special mention
of progress in some of them and give the sources via which the new knowledge
was published. As part of the University of Florida, IFAS has the triple
responsibility of educating students, creating new knowledge and applying that
knowledge for the benefit of all Floridians.

Production systems in agriculture and forestry must face and overcome new
and emerging challenges. The integration of these activities within an
increasingly urbanized state presents a set of unique problems. Consumers are
increasingly concerned about the safety, quality and nutritional value of
their food. The public is demanding decreases in the use of chemicals in the
production of food, thus lessening potential adverse impacts on food and water
quality.

Evaluation of research conducted by IFAS faculty is a continual
responsibility. Through identification of program strengths and weaknesses,
plans are made and fine-tuned to address research goals and attain meaningful
research productivity. These planning efforts must be flexible able to
respond to unexpected and immediate problems and employ foresight -
anticipate situations which jeopardize producers and consumers of food and
fiber products. Developmental and adaptive research programs have equal
places in IFAS research endeavors.

A product of the above planning has prompted increased emphasis for the
coming year in seven areas:

1. Biological Control of Pests Insects, nematodes and related
pests inflict over a billion dollars in crop losses in Florida
annually. Biological control seeks to alleviate much of the pest
related loss without adverse effects on humans and the environment.

2. Water Quality and Quantity Competition for water is a growing
concern in Florida. Water for irrigation purposes will become
increasingly expensive as well as the disposal or diversion of
nutrients contained in agricultural and urban surface runoff.

3. Biotechnology This program uses modern molecular techniques for
the detection, modification, reintroduction or expression of genes of
importance to agriculture, forestry and veterinary medicine.

4. Sustainable Agricultural Systems Sustainable agriculture seeks,
over the long term, to enhance environmental quality and the resource
base on which agriculture depends, to provide for basic human food
and fiber needs and to be economically viable.

5. Marketing and Trade Integration of food processing and
post-harvest handling into marketing and trade is essential to
maximize returns from agricultural investment in Florida.







when the zeolite is fed and dietary adjustments are necessary. Virginiamycin
improves broiler growth, feed efficiency and product yield. Data indicate
morphological changes in the gut can be related to the actual mode of action
and nutrient sparing ability of the antiobiotic. Certain histological changes
in the gut are similar to those observed in birds raised in germ free
environments.
Department of Poultry Science and Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences
R. D. Miles, Professor,
R. H. Harms, Professor and
G. D. Butcher, Assistant Professor, Project Leaders


Discovery and Synthesis of a Blood-pressure-lowering Peptide. A peptide has
been discovered and synthesized that may have a future application as a
treatment for high blood pressure. A patent has been secured for a synthetic
peptide called arginine vasopresin-binding peptide, an AVP-binding peptide
that blocks AVP function. AVP can boost a patient's blood pressure by causing
the kidneys to resorb water and by causing blood vessels to constrict. It is
theorized that AVP function can be blocked by the AVP-binding peptide. In
this way, blood pressure can be lowered by causing the loss of water through
the kidneys and by reducing constriction of the blood vessels by AVP.
Department of Microbiology and Cell Science
H. M. Johnson, Graduate Research Professor, Project Leader


ENGINEERING SCIENCES

Simulation Models for Environmental Controls in Greenhouse Tomato Production.
Greenhouse production of vegetables is steadily increasing in Florida and,
although there is adequate information on crop/environment relations for
greenhouses operating in northern latitudes, very little research has been
done that is applicable to Florida. The purpose of this research has been to
develop basic data on the relationship between ambient weather, greenhouse
environmental conditions, and tomato crop development and yield. To build the
necessary data sets, a commercial tomato production greenhouse has been fully
instrumented with temperature, humidity, light, and net radiation sensors.
During the last year a complete set of ambient and greenhouse environmental
data has been collected. In addition, physiological data on a tomato crop
have been collected for an entire season. These data have been used to
calibrate a physical greenhouse model (POLY-2) and a tomato crop model
(TOMGRO) developed to dynamically simulate the production system. These
models have been combined and used to evaluate the profitability of different
control strategies. The next phase of the research will begin building a
direct linkage between the models and the real time control system.
Department of Agricultural Engineering
J. W. Jones, Professor and
P. H. Jones, Assistant Professor, Project Leaders




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    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Table of Contents
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    Map of research center locations
        Page ii
    Report by the dean for research
        Page 1
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    Selected research accomplishments
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1989 REPORT BY THE DEAN FOR RESEARCH


James M. Davidson


The annual report from the Office of the Dean for Research serves to describe
those research projects that were underway in 1988-89, to make special mention
of progress in some of them and give the sources via which the new knowledge
was published. As part of the University of Florida, IFAS has the triple
responsibility of educating students, creating new knowledge and applying that
knowledge for the benefit of all Floridians.

Production systems in agriculture and forestry must face and overcome new
and emerging challenges. The integration of these activities within an
increasingly urbanized state presents a set of unique problems. Consumers are
increasingly concerned about the safety, quality and nutritional value of
their food. The public is demanding decreases in the use of chemicals in the
production of food, thus lessening potential adverse impacts on food and water
quality.

Evaluation of research conducted by IFAS faculty is a continual
responsibility. Through identification of program strengths and weaknesses,
plans are made and fine-tuned to address research goals and attain meaningful
research productivity. These planning efforts must be flexible able to
respond to unexpected and immediate problems and employ foresight --
anticipate situations which jeopardize producers and consumers of food and
fiber products. Developmental and adaptive research programs have equal
places in IFAS research endeavors.

A product of the above planning has prompted increased emphasis for the
coming year in seven areas:

1. Biological Control of Pests- Insects, nematodes and related
pests inflict over a billion dollars in crop losses in Florida
annually. Biological control seeks to alleviate much of the pest
related loss without adverse effects on humans and the environment.

2. Water Quality and Quantity Competition for water is a growing
concern in Florida. Water for irrigation purposes will become
increasingly expensive as well as the disposal or diversion of
nutrients contained in agricultural and urban surface runoff.

3. Biotechnology This program uses modern molecular techniques for
the detection, modification, reintroduction or expression of genes of
importance to agriculture, forestry and veterinary medicine.

4. Sustainable Agricultural Systems Sustainable agriculture seeks,
over the long term, to enhance environmental quality and the resource
base on which agriculture depends, to provide for basic human food
and fiber needs and to be economically viable.

5. Marketing and Trade Integration of food processing and
post-harvest handling into marketing and trade is essential to
maximize returns from agricultural investment in Florida.









6. Food Quality and Human Nutrition Food quality and safety along
with sound human nutrition are important priorities for both the food
and agricultural industries and the consumer.

7. Conservation and Protection of Natural Resources -Improvement in
the management of rangeland and wetland for food and timber
production, recreation and the preservation of fish and wildlife will
serve all Floridians.

The overall research programs of IFAS serve to increase our understanding of
processes occurring in the agricultural and environmental sciences, to develop
and effectively use natural and human resources and to translate new knowledge
into action. The fruits of this activity for the state's citizens are
improvement in their quality of life, their food and fiber, their resources
and the communities in which they live.

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 conferences 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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1989 SELECTED RESEARCH ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN IFAS


ANIMAL SCIENCES

Formula for Estimating Egg Shell Weight. A formula was developed for
estimating the weight of an egg shell. Tis can be used in breeding programs
for selecting hens that will lay eggs with stronger shells. In the past it
has not been possible to measure egg shell weight and still hatch the egg.
Also the use of this formula will be useful in egg shell quality research
since a correction can be made for difference in egg shell thickness due to
egg size. The application of this research will result in less cracked eggs
in the egg carton and less egg breakage in the laying house.
Department of Poultry Science
R. H. Harms, Professor, Project Leader


Rhodococcus Equi Infections of Foals. Rhodococcus equi is an important
bacterial pathogen of foals and is usually associated with bronchopneumonia
and lung abscessation between two and six months of age. A Rhodococcus equi
serological survey was conducted during the 1988 foaling season.
Approximately 1,050 sera were evaluated by agar gel immunodiffusion (AGID) and
30 were also tested by the synergistic hemolysis inhibition (SHI) method.
Sera from over 450 foals were examined and, of these, 76 were serologically
positive (16.8%). Five serologically positive foals died and were confirmed to
have R. equi infections upon necropsy. Precipitating (AGID) antibody was
detected as early as 26 days of age and persisted for up to 4 months. Many
serologically positive foals had evidence of illness: unthriftiness, poor
growth, respiratory disease, etc., although R. equi could not always be
recovered from transtracheal washes of such animals. In general, SHI and AGID
methods for detecting antibody to R. equi correlated well, with SHI becoming
positive sooner and waning earlier. The ease of performance of the AGID
method and its excellent correlation with clinical, radiographic, cultural,
and necropsy findings in R. eq infections makes it the more appealing
laboratory procedure. The conclusions were: serological detection of R. equi
infections is possible, and, in some cases, may be the only definitive way to
recognize such infections; and serologically positive animals often show
recurrent fevers, high WBC counts, and high fibrinogen levels.
Department of Infectious Diseases and Department of Large Animal Clinical
Sciences
Jack M. Gaskin, Associate Professor and
T. J. Lane, Assistant Professor, Project Leaders


Angelfish Disease. Angelfish and other types of aquarium fish are grown in
Florida and sold in pet stores around the country. Two years ago angelfish
breeders in Florida began having trouble with some of their fish. Tropical
fish hobbyists around the country also reported a "mystery disease" that was
affecting their fish. Research at the University of Florida, in cooperation
with the Florida Department of Agriculture, has implicated a virus which may
play a role in the disease. Efforts are in progress to isolate the virus so
that it can be determined whether or not it is actually responsible for the


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disease. Studies have also shown that most sick angelfish have problems which
can be easily treated (for example, parasite problems) and that the suspected
viral disease is only involved in a very small percentage of angelfish
die-offs.
Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences and Department of Fisheries and
Aquaculture
R. Francis-Floyd, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Explaining the High Nutritional Value of Dwarf Elephantgrass. 'Mott' dwarf
elephantgrass has higher nutritional value for cattle than other tropical
grasses as shown by average daily gains of grazing steers. The objective was
to gain an understanding of factors which determine this characteristic of
elephantgrass. Dwarf elephantgrass and 'Pensacola' bahiagrass were harvested
in June and September after 5 weeks regrowth, dried artificially and fed to
sheep. The two grasses had approximately the same percentages of Total
Digestible Nutrients (TDN) and there was little difference between the two
seasons. The voluntary intake of both dry matter and TDN were higher for
dwarf elephantgrass than for bahiagrass for both seasons. Although the
protein percentage of dwarf elephantgrass tended to be higher than that of
bahiagrass, bahiagrass protein was not low enough to account for intake
differences. Studies are underway to learn why the intake of dwarf
elephantgrass is higher than that of bahiagrass.
Department of Animal Science and Department of Agronomy
J. E. Moore, Professor and
L. E. Sollenberger, Assistant Professor, Project Leaders



Contribution of Health and Immunologic Status to the Early Growth and
Development of Calves. The immune system of the newborn calf is competent to
function but naive in its immunologic experience. During the first months of
life while gaining this important immunologic experience, the calf relies on
the temporary infusion of immunoglobulins received from the mother in the
colostrum (the first milk). The ability of the calf to receive the colostrum
and the ability of the cow to give an adequate quantity and quality are
important variables in the health of the calf. This research looks at: 1)
methods of measuring the maternally acquired protection; 2) factors associated
with the uptake and utilization of the colostrum; 3) external factors
challenging the calf's state of health; and 4) the direct and indirect effect
of these on the growth and development of the calf.
Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences
D. O. Rae, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Investigations Study the Mode of Action of Feed Additives. Two feed
additives, a synthetic zeolite (sodium alumino silicate) and the antibiotic
virginiamycin, have been investigated for their mode of action. The zeolite
improves egg shell quality which can ultimately result in less egg breakage
and thus more eggs reaching the consumer. The sodium in the zeolite is
totally available to the laying hen and the phosphorus level of the diet is
critical when feeding zeolite. Feed intake has also been shown to decrease


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when the zeolite is fed and dietary adjustments are necessary. Virginiamycin
improves broiler growth, feed efficiency and product yield. Data indicate
morphological changes in the gut can be related to the actual mode of action
and nutrient sparing ability of the antiobiotic. Certain histological changes
in the gut are similar to those observed in birds raised in germ free
environments.
Department of Poultry Science and Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences
R. D. Miles, Professor,
R. H. Harms, Professor and
G. D. Butcher, Assistant Professor, Project Leaders


Discovery and Synthesis of a Blood-pressure-lowering Peptide. A peptide has
been discovered and synthesized that may have a future application as a
treatment for high blood pressure. A patent has been secured for a synthetic
peptide called arginine vasopresin-binding peptide, an AVP-binding peptide
that blocks AVP function. AVP can boost a patient's blood pressure by causing
the kidneys to resorb water and by causing blood vessels to constrict. It is
theorized that AVP function can be blocked by the AVP-binding peptide. In
this way, blood pressure can be lowered by causing the loss of water through
the kidneys and by reducing constriction of the blood vessels by AVP.
Department of Microbiology and Cell Science
H. M. Johnson, Graduate Research Professor, Project Leader



ENGINEERING SCIENCES

Simulation Models for Environmental Controls in Greenhouse Tomato Production.
Greenhouse production of vegetables is steadily increasing in Florida and,
although there is adequate information on crop/environment relations for
greenhouses operating in northern latitudes, very little research has been
done that is applicable to Florida The purpose of this research has been to
develop basic data on the relationship between ambient weather, greenhouse
environmental conditions, and tomato crop development and yield. To build the
necessary data sets, a commercial tomato production greenhouse has been fully
instrumented with temperature, humidity, light, and net radiation sensors.
During the last year a complete set of ambient and greenhouse environmental
data has been collected. In addition, physiological data on a tomato crop
have been collected for an entire season. These data have been used to
calibrate a physical greenhouse model (POLY-2) and a tomato crop model
(TOMGRO) developed to dynamically simulate the production system. These
models have been combined and used to evaluate the profitability of different
control strategies. The next phase of the research will begin building a
direct linkage between the models and the real time control system.
Department of Agricultural Engineering
J. W. Jones, Professor and
P. H. Jones, Assistant Professor, Project Leaders








An experiment to determine the influence of the depth to the water table on
sugarcane grown in sandy soil. Sugarcane was grown on a sandy soil In
southwest Florida with two water table levels: a high water table of 0.45 m,
and a low water table of 0.75 m. Plant growth, dry matter, root density,
yield, and sugar content were measured for each treatment. Root density and
distribution were affected by depth to the water table. Rate of plant growth
was not significantly affected by water table depth. Total biomass and sugar
content were not statistically different between the two water table levels.
The study will be repeated for two additional years. If subsequent results
confirm these first year's findings, a lower water table depth could result in
water savings and reduced pumping costs for growers.
Southwest Florida Research and Education Center, Immokalee
D. J. Pitts, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Pesticide Application Technology for Citrus. A field study was conducted to
determine the effects of sprayer type (power take-off (pto) vs. engine
powered), ground speed (1, 1.75, 2.5 mph), and gallons per acre (125, 250,
500) on copper leaf deposition and greasy spot control in grapefruit trees.
None of the factors significantly affected copper deposition on the lower leaf
surface or greasy spot control. The non-sprayed control had 49% defoliation
while spray treatments averaged 10%. Upper leaf surface copper deposits were
significantly higher with the pto sprayer at 250 gallons per acre and at 1.75
and 2.5 mph. In a field test, the effects of five pesticide volumes and four
pesticide application rates were evaluated for rust mite control on orange
trees. Deposition and distribution of spray measurements demonstrated that low
volume application could decrease spray losses due to runoff from leaf surface
and could provide equivalent or more deposition than high volume application.
Effects of spray oil on citrus leaf phytotoxicity were studied using three
different agricultural spray oils at three rates. None of the treatments
influenced stomatal conductance, C02 assimilation, or dark respiration of
sprayed leaves after 3 months of observation. No phytotoxicity was observed.
Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred
M. Salyani, Assistant Professor and
J. D. Whitney, Professor, Project Leaders


Systems and Equipment for Crop Establishment. A power driven bedding machine
has been developed for making 2 m high by 90 cm wide growing beds on the
clay soils remaining after phosphates have been mined. This implement
accomplishes in one pass what may require 7 to 10 passes with conventional
machines. A high speed hole-burning machine has been developed for forming
planting holes in plastic mulch. This machine only requires LP gas versus the
LP gas and oxygen required for conventional machines. A vacuum seed metering
device has been incorporated into the revolving spade planter and the
implement has satisfactorily planted corn on tilled ground, through plastic
mulch, and in established sod.
Department of Agricultural Engineering
Lawrence N. Shaw, Professor, Project Leader








FOREST SCIENCES


Magnolia Root-collar Borer, A Rediscovered Pest of Magnolia. Euzophera
magnolialis (Capps), heretofore an almost unknown pest of magnolia, was found
to be causing major economic losses on several tree farms in the Gainesville
and central Florida area in 1989. Much of the damage was being attributed to
root rot organisms, resulting in the unsuccessful use of fungicides in an
attempt to remedy the problem. Visual inspection indicated that the damage
was caused by a root borer. Further inspection and research indicated that the
organism was Euzophera magnolialis, the biology of which is virtually unknown.
A management strategy consisting of trunk treatments with one of three
insecticides plus oil every 4-6 weeks, typical for the control of borers of
this type, has been suggested to the growers. Once certain aspects of the
biology of this insect have been described, management practices can be
improved by timing insecticide applications based on moth flight, resulting in
a rediriction of the number of applications to one or two per year.
Central Florida Research and Education Center, Sanford
G. L. Leibee, Associate Professor, Project Leader


The Mahogany Webworm. The mahogany webworm attacks the foliage of the West
Indies mahogany, which is one of the most important shade trees in southern
Florida. It was recently found that this insect can be controlled by a single
application to the foliage of a solution of 20 parts of azadirachtin per
million parts of water. Azadirachtin is a natural substance obtained from the
seed of the neem tree, which is closely related to mahogany. Since research
has so far shown azadirachtin to be non-toxic to higher animals, it appears to
be ideally suited for controlling mahogany webworms in the urban environment.
Ft. Lauderdale Research and Education Center, Ft. Lauderdale
F. W. Howard, Associate Professor, Project Leader


Oak Response to Various Soil Acidifying Agents. Due to the rapid expansion of
the nursery industry in central and south Florida, ornamental trees are often
planted in calcareous soils with pH's above 7. A two-year study was conducted
to evaluate live oak response to various acidifying agents. Wettable sulfur
mixed with soil (Pineda fine sand pH 7.8) lowered pH rapidly (within 2 weeks)
but the effect was short-lived (back to near original pH within 8 weeks at low
application rates and within 21 weeks at the high rate). Granular sulfur
lowered pH more slowly than wettable sulfur but its effects were
longer-lasting. For perennial crops, the long-term pH lowering effect of the
granular sulfur may be more beneficial than the quicker shorter-term effect of
the wettable sulfur. Iron sulfate applied at fertilization rates did not
lower pH in the calcareous soil. There was too much reserve soil carbonate
for the small acidifying effect of iron sulfate. Given the lack of plant
response to the acidifying agents, and the acceptable growth of the trees, it
was determined that live oak was not particularly sensitive to high soil pH
and resultant effects on plant nutrition. Department of Soil Science and
Department of Ornamental Horticulture
G. Kidder, Professor and
T. Yeager, Associate Professor, Project Leaders








INFORMATION SYSTEMS


Milk production in Florida is less than consumption. The cost of obtaining
milk supplies for Florida may be reduced by the use of reverse osmosis (RO), a
membrane technology that removes water from milk. The concentrated product
can be transported from distant sources and recombined at plants in Florida.
A model of U.S. milk markets which incorporates a network flow algorithm to
solve for least-cost interregional movements of milk was used to analyze RO
technology. The optimal raw milk procurement pattern for Florida was
determined for conventional and RO milk supplies and the consequences for
dairy farmers and consumers were examined.

Under current conditions and assuming RO milk is priced as a fluid product, it
could provide savings for both dairy farmers who have assumed the
responsibility of obtaining needed milk supplies and for consumers who could
pay lower prices for fluid milk. This reflects savings realized by not
transporting water. If RO milk were priced as a manufactured product,
inshipments would increase dramatically and much local milk production would
be displaced by RO milk from distant markets. Florida producer and retail
prices would fall significantly. Hence, the pricing of RO milk will be an
important issue in determining how it will impact Florida producers and
consumers.
Department of Food and Resource Economics
E. M. Babb, Professor, Project Leader


Rural Land Values Continue to Rise in Florida. The Florida Land Value Survey
involves estimating the value of different types of agricultural and rural
land in different geographic, areas of the state. The state was delineated
into major areas based on agricultural production and the impact of
urbanization. A survey questionnaire was sent to persons who by their
profession are knowledgeable of farmland values in their local areas. The
survey results indicate that agricultural land values in all regions of the
state increased in 1989. Increases in the Northeast were small, two percent
or lesS, while the rural land market was strong in other areas where increases
generally ranged from four to seven percent. The market for transition land
(land moving into nonagricultural uses such as sites for homes, businesses and
industry) was particularly strong with increases in the South averaging 10 to
12 percent in the last six month.
Department of Food and Resource Economics
John E. Reynolds, Professor and
John R. Gordon, Professor and Associate Chairman, Project Leaders


Characteristics and Work-Family Linkages of Women in Selected Florida
Agricultural Industries. This research examines the contributions of women to
Florida agricultural industries by looking at the types of jobs held by women
in selected agricultural industries and on family farms. Strategies used by
women in combining family, work and farm responsibilities are identified as
well as factors contributing to women's success in fulfilling these multiple
roles. Women's satisfaction with agricultural jobs and their long-term
interest in agricultural employment are also being studied. Results of these
studies will be used as a basis for Extension programs that provide needed
information to agricultural employers as well as employees and their families.
Analysis of a sample of ornamental horticulture industries showed that women









tended to be concentrated in clerical positions and underrepresented in
skilled and managerial and supervisory jobs. This information suggests the
need for encouragement of women's skill development and training for
managerial roles. Other analyses are currently underway for women engaged in
production of agronomic crops, beef cattle and Christmas trees. Department of
Home Economics
S. D. Smith, Assistant Professor,
M. E. Swisher, Associate Research Scientist and
C. L. Shehan, Associate Professor, Project Leaders



Impact of Climate Change on Crop Production in the Southeast. A study is
being made on the potential effects of climate change due to the "greenhouse
effect" on production of soybean and corn in the southern U.S. The crop
growth model, SOYGRO, developed by IFAS researchers, Kenneth Boote and Jim
Jones, is being used along with a corn growth model, CERES-Maize. The project
is supported by the U.S. EPA, and they provided the results of two climate
change models to be applied to the weather data from 1951-80 for some 19
locations in the Southeast. Runs were made for these locations with the most
predominant soil type for that location, using irrigated and non-irrigated
strategies and the actual weather data, and the same data modified by the two
different climate change models. With the more moderate of the two
climate-causing reductions in some locations, but the beneficial effect of the
increased carbon dioxide causing slight increases in other locations. With
the other data set, yield reductions under non-irrigated conditions were
severe. The most notable result showed that with both scenarios, irrigation
water demand would be greatly increased.
Department of Agricultural Engineering and Department of Agronomy
R. B. Curry, Visiting Professor,
J. W. Jones, Professor,
K. J. Boote, Professor,
L. H. Allen, Jr., Professor and
R. B. Peart, Professor, Project Leaders


INSECT AND WEED RESEARCH

African Bees. African honey bees, popularly known as "killer bees" are
spreading northward through Mexico and are expected to arrive in Texas within
2 years and Florida within 5 years. Various strategies have been employed to
attempt to dilute or modify the aggressive behavior of this strain, to reduce
its tendency to swarm and sting humans and livestock. The presence of the more
docile Italian strain of honey bees has been thought to interbreed with the
African race, thereby diluting the aggressiveness. Italian bees have been
moved to Mexico in large numbers, in support of this concept. However,
research now demonstrates that African bees can maintain their identity; the
"leading edge" of bees migrating northward is essentially pure African. This
has important management implications for beekeepers.
Department of Entomology and Nematology
G. H. Hall, Assistant Professor, Project Leader.


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Biological Control of Weeds with Plant Pathogens. This research is aimed at
developing fungal plant pathogens of weeds as microbiological herbicides. It
is intended to alleviate some of the environmental and economic problems
caused by weeds as well as the widespread use of chemical herbicides on land
and water. Weeds, like cultivated plants, are susceptible to several
specific, destructive pathogens. By carefully researching and choosing
pathogens that attack weeds but are safe towards non-target plants, such as
crops and environmentally important flora, it has been demonstrated that plant
pathogens can be used as safe, effective, and practical herbicides.
Specifically, microbial herbicides for waterhyacinth, hydrilla, sicklepod, and
showy crotalaria have been developed. These are awaiting commercial
development and EPA registration. Several other fungi capable of attacking
troublesome weeds such as johnsongrass, yellow nutsedge, and common purslane
are also undergoing evaluations. It is now possible to use microbiological
herbicides as substitutes for chemical herbicides in certain situations in
Florida.
Department of Plant Pathology
R. Charudattan, Project Leader


Ultrasonic Pest Control. Instruments which emit ultrasound are commonly
promoted as repellers of a variety of noxious organisms. Recently
miniaturized ultrasonic generators have become available for attachment to
pets, ostensibly to repel fleas and ticks. An ultrasonic flea collar was
evaluated for effects on cat fleas, the most common pest of cats and dogs.
Oviposition, larval development, survival and distribution of fleas on cats
were not affected by flea collars with an ultrasonic generator. The
manufacturers claims were thus not substantiated, hopefully exposing
fraudulence to the general public. Department of Entomology and Nematology
J. L. Capinera, Professor, Project Leader


Effect of Liriomyza trifolii (Diptera: Agromyzidae) Larval Damage on Growth,
Yield, and Cosmetic Quality of Celery in Florida. An experiment done near
Belle Glade, Florida compared the growth and yield of celery protected from
Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) damage by weekly applications of cyromazine with
celery that was unprotected from leafminer damage. In 15 plantings,
leafminers had no significant effect on the growth or yield of celery. The
data show that a substantial amount of leafminer damage can be tolerated by
celery plants in southern Florida without a significant reduction in growth
rate or yield. In another experiment, populations of L. trifolii were
manipulated with cyromazine so that field plots of celery were made vulnerable
to larval leafminer damage during the first, second, or third month of the
3-month growing season. Celery exposed to leafminers during the first or
second month had cosmetic quality similar to celery receiving cyromazine
applications weekly throughout the growing season. Celery exposed to
leafminer feeding during the last month had quality losses similar to or
greater than the untreated check. Therefore, celery apparently must be
protected from leafminer damage only during the final month of the growing
season in Florida to prevent losses in quality. Even low leafminer densities
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control must be extremely effective during that time to produce a quality crop
of celery.
Everglades Research and Education Center, Belle Glade
R. E. Foster, Assistant Professor and
C. A. Sanchez, Assistant Professor, Project Leaders


Grape Root Borer. The larva of a clearing moth, a mimic of the familiar
paper wasp, grape root borer is the most serious insect pest of grapes in
Florida. Because the larva feeds deep in the roots of the vine, it is
extremely difficult to control with chemical pesticides. Sticky traps, baited
with a chemical that mimics a pheromone released by the female moth to attract
the male, are being used to find out when adults are present and for how long
in different parts of the state. Adults may be present for three or four
months of the year in North Florida, but can be active for as long as eight
months on the East Coast near Ft. Pierce. Experiments with a control method
will be conducted this year that has been successful in other parts of the
country, that is, using enough pheromone so that male moths become confused in
their search for females. As a result, few fertile eggs will be produced, and
the population of grape root borers in the vineyard will decline.
Central Florida Research and Education Center, Leesburg
S. E. Webb, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Sweetpotato Whitefly. Sweetpotato whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius), has
been a key pest of annual horticultural crops in Florida since 1986 and as a
consequence pesticide use has doubled in some affected crops. The parasitic
wasp, Encarsia transvena, is being studied as an adjunct or replacement to
chemical controls. E. transvena has been found in laboratory and greenhouse
studies to parasitize third and fourth instar sweetpotato whiteflies and to
host feed on those and other instars. The parasite's response to increasing
host densities may limit effectiveness for control in some situations.
Generations of E. transvena develop more rapidly than do generations of
sweetpotato whitei~ly hosts, a favorable characteristic of most biological
control agents. This insect can be reared on sweetpotato whiteflies in
greenhouses or insectaries making releases into greenhouses or fields
possible.
Gulf Coast Research and Education Center, Bradenton
J. F. Price, Associate Professor, Project Leader


Fuller's Rose Weevil. In studies on Fuller Rose Weevil (FRW) eggs on exported
citrus, use of gamma radiation to kill eggs appears promising. Also,
fenoxycarb, an ovicide, provided control of FRW eggs. Under controlled
conditions, weevils were found to lay their eggs on the friut more often than
any other site within the tree. Of over 18,000 fruit inspected in
packinghouses from different locations in Florida, no viable FRW eggs were
found. This has been related to the calyx removal that occurs during
degreening and washing in the packinghouse. Majority of FRW eggs found on
fruit remained attached to the underside of the calyx when removed.
Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred
C. W. McCoy, Professor, Research Leader


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Correlation of Crop Age with Populations of Soil Insect Pests in Florida
Sugarcane. Correlation between crop age and populations of soil insect pests
was measured in 18 commercial sugarcane fields in Florida. Melanotus communis
(Gyllenhal) was the most abundant and largest wireworm species found in these
fields. Wireworm populations were not significantly correlated (r 0.18)
with crop age (years). Ligyrus subtropicus (Blatchley) was the most abundant
and largest grub species found in these fields. In contrast to wireworms,
grub populations were significantly correlated (r 0.74) with crop age
(years). Data presented in this study indicate the importance of old
sugarcane fields harboring grub populations and these data also suggest
reduced ratooning of Florida sugarcane as a possible means of grub control.
Everglades Research and Education Center, Belle Glade
R. H. Cherry, Associate Professor, Project Leader


MICROBIAL SCIENCES

Genetic Engineering of Bacteria Capable of Producing Fuel Alcohol from Plant
Material. Currently, fuel alcohol is produced by microbial fermentation of
sugars found in corn starch or cane syrup. However, the cost of the starting
materials is too high for this process to be economically competitive at
today's oil prices. Most of the sugars in plant material cannot be fermented
by the microorganisms that produce alcohol from the sugars found in corn
starch and cane syrup. However, a common microorganism, Escherichia coli,
has been genetically engineered to produce fuel alcohol from the sugars found
in plant waste material. As the process is developed, it should be possible
to economically convert agricultural waste products to fuel alcohol. Work is
currently underway to determine if a genetically engineered biological
conversion process (without extensive pretreatment to release sugars) can
proceed rapidly enough to be commercially feasible.
Department of Microbiology and Cell Science
L. O. Ingram, Professor, Project Leader


Use of Fatty Acid Profiles to Identify Plant Pathogenic Bacteria. Fatty acids
from strains of the citrus canker bacteria were separated by gas
chromatography and the profiles were stored in a computer. The profiles were
compared with profiles of known bacteria which were generated and stored in
software supplied by the Microbial ID, Inc. of Newark, Delaware. All were
identified as Xanthomonas campestris, but the pathovar identification varied.
A library of profiles of the citrus canker bacteria was then generated using
the Library Generation software supplied by the same company. The strains
from the Asiatic canker differed from the Florida Nursery strain of canker.
Strains from each type of canker were identified correctly (100%, with
similarity indices >0.85) when 32 strains were tested with the new library.
Department of Plant Pathology
R. E. Stall, Professor, Project Leader








Citrus Canker Identification. DNA probes were developed and applied in
technique known as DNA-typing to establish a clear and unambiguous method that
can be used to identify and distinguish strains of Xanthomonas causing
different diseases on citrus. The method was adapted from a forensic medical
technique which has been accepted in various courts as evidence for typing and
matching samples such as semen and blood samples in rape, murder and paternity
cases. The method requires approximately one week to perform, and the results
do not require expert interpretation when applied to bacterial diseases of
plants. The method was used this year to revise the taxonomy of five
different disease agents previously lumped together as X. campestris pathovar
citri. Strains causing the disease "citrus canker," which is a regulated and
quarantined organism in the United States and elsewhere, were found to be a
different species from the other, nondestructive bacterial diseases of citrus.
Bacteria causing citrus canker may now be quickly and unambiguously
distinguished by DNA-typing from all other bacteria, including those causing
"citrus bacterial spot," a harmless leaf spot induced on some varieties of
beans, alfalfa and citrus seedlings.
Department of Plant Pathology
D. W. Gabriel, Associate Professor, Project Leader


Tropical Corn Pathogens. The corn stunt spiroplasma (CSS) and maize bushy
stunt mycoplasma (MBSM) are two important corn pathogens in south Florida and
other tropical countries. The development of complementary DNA probes for CSS
and MBSM has greatly enhanced our ability to study the epidemiology of these
two pathogens and to evaluate the germplasm for resistance to these pathogens.
Ft. Lauderdale Research and Education Center, Ft. Lauderdale
M. J. Davis, Associate Professor,
J. H. Tsai, Professor and
N. A. Harrison, Assistant Professor, Project Leaders


Use of Proteinases as Foliar Sprays to Control Bacterial and Fungal Diseases.
Sulfhydryl proteinases such as papain, bromelain and ficin were effective in
inhibiting Xanthomonas campestris pv vesicatoria, Fusarium oxysporum F. sp
lycopersici biotype 3 and Verticillium albo-atrum biotype 2 in vitro.
Furthermore, papain was very effective in reducing the incidence ani-severity
of bacterial leaf spot in tomato. This is a preliminary report showing the
potential of proteinases as biopesticides in controlling bacterial and fungal
diseases of tomato.
Tropical Research and Education Center, Homestead
K. R. Narayanan, Assistant Professor and
R. T. McMillan, Jr., Associate Professor, Project Leaders


Control of Cucurbit Viruses. The three most important viruses causing
diseases of cucurbits in Florida, papaya ringspot virus type W (watermelon
mosaic virus 1), watermelon mosaic virus 2, and zucchini yellow mosaic virus,
have been cloned. Clones representing the coat protein genes of these viruses
have been identified. Work is underway to use recombinant DNA technology to


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integrate the viral coat protein genes into susceptible cucurbits and test
these cucurbits for protection against subsequent virus infection. This new
control strategy may provide virus control in Florida's cucurbit production
where conventional techniques such as selection of resistant and tolerant
varieties through plant breeding or vector control have proven ineffective to
date. Department of Plant Pathology
E. Hiebert, Professor and
D. E. Purcifull, Professor, Project Leaders


NEW AND IMPROVED PRODUCTS

Application of Supercritical Fluids Technology to Food Processing. Lipids and
other fat-like substances can be extracted easily, cleanly, and without
environmental contamination, with the emerging technology of Super-critical
Extraction. One example is the extraction of lipids containing certain fatty
acids beneficial to health, from microalgae. Another application of high
pressure technology is to control undesirable enzymes and microorganisms in
foods. This eliminates the necessity of heat treatment that may reduce the
quality, and alter the flavor of sensitive foods.
Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition
Murat 0. Balaban, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Peaches and Plums for Subtropical Areas. The deciduous tree fruit breeding
program has developed cultivars adapted to the mild Florida winter.
'Flordacrest,' 'Flordaglobe,' and 'Flordadawn' peaches and 'Sundollar'
nectarine are recent releases for north Florida and 'Flordastar,' 'Flordaglo,'
'TropicBeauty' and 'TropicSnow' peaches are recent releases for central
Florida. The new cultivars should help stabilize the north Florida peach
industry and give impetus to commercial plantings in central Florida while
providing new fruits for the home garden, especially for rapidly increasing
urban areas.

Plum breeding has produced new germplasm with climatic adaptation -and
selections with apparent disease resistance to bacterial spot and leaf scald
are being field tested before release. New cultivars of persimmon, pear, and
apple are being field tested before recommendation for home gardeners and
local market growers. Some of the new non-astringent persimmons appear
promising for recommendation following 1989 tree and fruit evaluation.
Department of Fruit Crops
W. B. Sherman, Professor, Project Leader



Shipping Problems with Dracaena Fragrans. Sales of Florida-grown 'Dracaena
fragrans' 'Massangeara' (Corn Plant) account for more than 3 million dollars
at the wholesale level. A common problem during shipping and/or handling is
having one or more of the canes in a container lose its vertical alignment and
lean against the side of the container. This problem is called "leaning cane"
by growers and interiorscapers and is suspected to occur because root systems


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only develop at the base of the cane. This research evaluated different
methods of improving the plant root system and the amount of effort required
to force canes with different root systems against the side of the container.
It was found that canes with root systems formed after double girdling or
double notching required more effort to force than against the side of a
container. Thus, growers using these methods would produce plants that were
less likely to be damaged during shipping.
Department of Ornamental Horticulture
D. B. McConnell, Professor, Project Leader


Development of multiple disease resistant, heat-tolerant tomatoes. 'Solar
Set,' a fresh market, heat-tolerant tomato cultivar, was released in 1988.
This hybrid has been a consistent performer when tested under various seasons
and locations and should be a boon to U.S. fresh market tomato production.
'Solar Set' is particularly advantageous under high temperature conditions
which are detrimental to the fruit set of other commercially available
varieties. Fruit are large, firm, good in flavor and color, and have good
resistance to cracking and rain check. Thus, they hold up well in the field.
'Solar Set' is resistant to Fusarium wilt races I and 2, Verticillium wilt,
and gray leafspot. The fruit are tolerant to bacterial soft rot. This tomato
should provide consumers with a better, more economical product. The heat
tolerant research has stimulated similar research in the private sector. The
results should benefit tomato growers by providing more reliable production.
Gulf Coast Research and Education Center, Bradenton
J. W. Scott, Associate Professor, Project Leader


Nutrition of Ornamental Plants. Several previously unidentified disorders of
palms and other tropical ornamental plants have been identified as symptoms of
potassium deficiency. Early symptoms on palms include yellow or orange
spotting on the oldest leaves, followed by marginal and/or tip necrosis of the
leaflets. Symptoms on most other tropical plants include necrotic spotting or
marginal and/or tip necrosis of the oldest leaves. This problem is extremely
widespread on south Florida's sand, muck, and coral rock soils and is
responsible for the frizzled older leaves of many species of palms. The
problem is accentuated by the use of landscape fertilizers containing slow
release N, but soluble K sources that are readily leached. New fertilizer
formulations are being developed that will correct and prevent this serious
disorder.
Ft. Lauderdale Research and Education Center, Ft. Lauderdale
T. K. Broschat, Associate Professor, Project Leader


Protection of Food from Exposure to Fumigants. Removal of food in cold
storage or cupboards from buildings in need of fumigation for pest control is
impractical or even unfeasible. Polymer-film enclosures are an economical
means for commodity protection in situ. Studies showed that although some
plastic bags, such as polyethylene, give adequate protection (97%) against
sulfuryl fluoride, they are ineffective against methyl bromide. Sealed


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nylon-film bags yielded the least penetration (up to 99.997% in-bag reduction
for sulfuryl fluoride and 99.98% for methyl bromide) of all types of
enclosures tested and are now recommended for commodity protection during
structural fumigations.
Ft. Lauderdale Research and Education Center
R. H. Scheffrahn, Assistant Professor and
N.-Y. Su Associate Professor, Project Leaders


Postharvest Handling of Citrus. A detailed study of Hamlin fruit quality from
harvest to market indicated that external physical damage occurred primarily
in the grove, i.e. stem end tears. Most of these fruit were not removed
during packing. After 8 weeks of storage, acid and Brix dropped substantially
as a result of waxing and degreening. Decay was first detected at the retail
level and was accentuated during storage. Section drying, a physiological
disorder in citrus, limits marketability of late-harvest fruit. Cell wall
thickening, in granulated juice vesicles as well as collapsed internal
parenchyma, and lignification of walls was confirmed in late-stage granulated
(collapsed) juice vesicles. Gas exchange studies showed increased respiratory
rates in granulated and collapsed vesicles of citrus, indicating a loss of
respiratory control in disordered fruit.
Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred
J. K. Burns, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Jubilee II Watermelon. Jubilee II watermelon was recently approved for
release as a new cultivar for Florida watermelon producers. It was developed
by crossing the highly Fusarium-wilt resistant Smokylee variety with Jubilee
and backcrossing for several generations with Jubilee to recover the high
fruit quality of the latter variety. Plants are very vigorous and prolific,
and fruits, which resemble Jubilee in size and external appearance, have
excellent flesh color, texture, and flavor. Seeds are black, stippled, and
large. Jubilee II has performed well in both replicated and grower trials.
There has been considerable interest in Jubilee II expressed both by growers
and seedsmen. Seed should be in good supply for the 1990 season. Jubilee II
should fill a long time need for an anthracnose and Fusarium-wilt resistant,
high-quality, long striped melon for Florida watermelon growers.
Central Florida Research and Education Center, Leesburg
J. M. Crall, Professor, Project Leader


Improvement of Carrot Cultivars. New carrot hybrids for Florida must express
excellent disease tolerance and outstanding quality and value for the consumer
such as high vitamin A content, pleasing color, texture, appearance, and
superior flavor. Sources for quality have been identified and are now being
incorporated into inbred parents. Tolerance to diseases such as Alternaria
leaf blight have been more difficult to obtain. A controlled environment test
was developed to identify sources of tolerance to Alternaria leaf blight and
study the inheritance disease tolerance. The test allows faster development of
disease tolerant inbreds. A world collection of 530 accessions of carrots
maintained by the U.S. Plant Introduction Service has been evaluated, and
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identified. Tissue culture and other modern methods in plant biology are
being used to maintain valuable carrot germ plasm and to incorporate useful
attributes into inbred lines.
Central Florida Research and Education Center, Sanford
J. 0. Strandberg, Professor, Project Leader



Expansion of the Ornamental Industry. Breeding and Genetics of Ornamental
Plants for Florida are essential elements for the improvement and expansion of
the ornamental industry in Florida. During the past years six (6) new
caladium cultivars and one (1) new gladiolus cultivar have been developed at
the Gulf Coast Research and Education Center and released to industry. Three
of the caladium cultivars are for landscape use (Florida Sunrise, Florida
Roselight, and Florida Elise) and three are primarily for forcing in
containers (Florida Cardinal, Florida Fantasy, and Florida Sweetheart). The
gladiolus 'Morning Mist' is a violet-blue which will be useful in the
landscape as well as for roadside cut flower sales. In conjunction with the
breeding efforts on caladium inheritance of various foliage characteristics
has been studied and defined. Inheritance of leaf shape is controlled by
co-dominant alleles, and vein color is a dominant allelic system. Research
continues on other foliage and tuber characteristics.
Gulf Coast Research and Education Center, Bradenton
G. J. Wilfret, Professor, Project Leader


Production of Monoclonal Antibodies (McAb) for Fish Species Identification.
With the increased demands for higher quality seafood products, consumers may
have already encountered the willful or unintentional adulteration by dealers
who substitute higher quality and/or priced seafood with lower quality and/or
priced products. Although identification of seafood can be achieved by using
the morphological characteristics or the protein patterns developed by gel
electrophoretic methods, the processing of seafood can cause changes in these
characteristics. Because gel electrophoretic methods are laborious,
time-consuming and require substantial equipment, the use of these methods for
field testing is limited. The immunological method can be used to rapidly and
accurately determine the species origin of seafood products. In this study,
rock shrimp was used as a model to develop McAbs for this purpose. A rock
shrimp specific protein was isolated and used to immunize mice for the
production of hybridoma cells. After extensive screening, a specific cell
culture that produced McAb with high reactivity with rock shrimp protein was
isolated and propagated in mice. This McAb was used for the development of an
effective assay procedure. By using the method, this McAb was shown to react
only with rock shrimp in a blind study using 23 different kinds of seafood and
meat samples. The presence of rock shrimp in mixture samples containing
seafood, meat or the combinations was accurately detected in a blind test.
Using this method, rock shrimp could be detected at as low as 4.3 ng on the
average in these mixtures. Similar techniques are being applied to develop
McAbs for fish species identification.
Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition
Cheng-i Wei, Associate Professor and
Marty R. Marshall, Associate Professor, Project Leaders


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PLANT SCIENCES


Environmental Factors Affecting Blueberries. This research program attempts
to characterize vegetative and reproductive growth in blueberry in relation to
fall and winter photoperiod and winter chilling. These environmental factors
are especially important in Florida, which experiences longer days and warmer
temperatures in fall and winter than other areas in which deciduous fruit
crops are grown. As a result, dormancy-breaking requirements in deciduous
crops are often difficult to attain in Florida. During the past year, it was
found that certain cultivars of rabbiteye blueberries are especially sensitive
to fall photoperiods; as day length shortens in the fall, flower bud
initiation and development are enhanced. This effect is carried over into the
following season, as indicated by an increase in both fruit number and
individual fruit weight when plants are exposed to shortened fall
photoperiods. This may be of benefit to breeders in determining which
germplasm would be used as material for breeding new cultivars adapted to
southern Florida. Preliminary evidence suggests that blueberries will avoid
the dormancy cycle and flower and set fruit normally if fertilized late into
the fall. This cultural technique could eliminate the problem of insufficient
winter chilling, which is a limiting factor in moving the blueberry industry
south.
Department of Fruit Crops
R. L. Darnell, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Sugar Activity on Citrus Fruit. Mechanisms controlling sugar transport into
juice sacs have been investigated, with the ultimate goal of genetic and/or
chemical manipulation of fruit sugars. Citrus fruits were examined in depth
when they were importing sugars most rapidly into their juice tissues. At a
critical location in the fruit (where sugars leave vascular strands), one
specific enzyme was found to be extremely active. This enzyme is sucrose
synthase, and it appears to govern the first step in conversion and transfer
of sugars imported into citrus fruit. A close association was found between
the most rapid sugar movement into citrus juice sacs, the activity of this
enzyme, and it location. The two genes responsible for the sucrose synthase
enzyme were therefore investigated at the molecular level (cDNA clones from
maize were available for this portion of the research). The sucrose synthase
genes were found to be turned on and off in response to environmental stimuli,
such as oxygen levels and temperature. The significance of sucrose synthase
gene regulation could have far reaching implications for allocation of dry
matter among plant parts, as well as for stress tolerance. Even before then,
such information could be useful to decisions regarding optimal picking time
relative to environmental conditions and grove practices.
Department of Fruit Crops
K. E. Koch, Associate Professor, Project Leader


Root Pruning Post Transplant Trees. Large trees are frequently transplanted
from a field nursery to a landscape site to provide for an instant shade
effect. Success rate depends on a number of poorly understood factors
including time of year, size of tree, pretransplant and post transplant care.
Many nurserymen root prune trees prior to transplanting in hopes of increasing


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survival and post transplant growth. Others rarely root prune and claim equal
transplant success. Studies with Southern magnolia showed that root pruning
prior to transplanting produced smaller trees at the time of transplanting,
but following transplanting root pruned trees grew at a faster rate than their
unpruned counterparts. All trees in both treatments survived. One year
following transplanting, all trees were the same size. This questions the
practice of root pruning as a means of increasing tree survivability, but
supports the practice as a means to increase post transplant growth. The long
term effects of root pruning on post transplant growth are continuing.
Department of Ornamental Horticulture
E. F. Gilman, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Light and Fertilizer Indoors. Although there is much literature to provide
information on light requirements of foliage plants while growing in offices
or homes, the information usually lists light as low, medium or high without
reference to actual energy units. Fertility requirements for indoor
maintenance are also vague and based on limited scientific research conducted
for short time periods. To quantify requirements for some foliage plants,
research was initiated to examine interactions of light and nutrition for one
year under fluorescent light. Six types of plants were tested. Light
treatments of 75, 150 or 225 ft-c were provided for 12 hours daily.
Nutritional rates were 0, 0.5, 1.0 or 2.0 g of 19-6-12 Osmocote fertilizer per
6" pot every 3 months. 'Neanthe Bella' palm maintained an attractive
appearance under all conditions, but grade was highest at the high light and
fertilizer level. Dracaena 'Massan- geana' also was attractive under all
conditions. Nutrition did not affect croton, but higher light was very
beneficial. Seventy-five ft-c was too low for Ficus benjamin and the higher
nutritional levels produced the best plants. Bot ginger and dieffenbachia
required high light and nutrition to maintain an attractive appearance.
Dieffenbachia was strongly affected by nutrition. The poor appearance of many
dieffenbachias found in interior situations is probably due to insufficient
nutrition.
Central Florida Research and Education Center, Apopka
R. T. Poole, Professor, Project Leader


Cabbage Yields and Quality are Affected by Plant Population. 'Bravo' cabbage
transplants were grown on raised beds at Fort Pierce, Florida during spring
1988. Plant population treatments were 7.6, 15.2, 22.8, 30.5, and 38.1 cm
within-row spacing. Each treatment consisted of 2-rows per bed with beds
spaced 2.1 m apart. A randomized complete block design with plant populations
replicated four times was used. Total root weight, plant weight, and
marketable head characteristics were measured at time of maturity for each
plot. As plant population decreased, total plant weight and root weight
increased linearly. A quadritic increase in marketable head weight, head
height, head width, head firmness, and core width occurred as plant population
decreased. Although plants spaced at 7.6 or 15.2 cm apart resulted in the
highest yields per ha, plants spaced at 22.8 cm apart had optimum head size
for a fresh market.
Agricultural Research and Education Center, Fort Pierce
P. J. Stoffella, Associate Professor, Project Leader.


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Citrus Fungal Diseases. Experimental sterol-inhibiting fungicides were
tested in the field and greenhouse to assess their protectant and eradicant
activity for greasy spot. One material provided no control of greasy spot
alone but performed well when mixed with oil. Such outstanding synergistic
activity with oil has never been recorded with previously tested fungicides.
Because copper fungicides provide relatively poor control of scab and because
the highly effectively captafol is no longer available to growers, effective
fungicides must be developed to solve this problem. In field trials in 1988,
several materials showed promise for scab control.
Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred
J. O. Whiteside, Professor, Project Leader



Citrus Blight. Citrus blight symptoms (reduced water uptake, high levels of
ziinc in trunk xylem, and presence of amorphous plugs in xylem vessels) were
transmitted to 12-year-old healthy Hamlin trees on Carrizo rootstocks 29
months after the roots were approach-grafted to roots of blighted Valencia
donor trees on rough lemon rootstocks. Non-grafted healthy trees remained
healthy. Root pieces grafted from blighted trees to healthy trees
demonstrated transmission of blight to the healthy receptors. This
experimental transmission has eliminated the possibility of a soil-borne agent
being moved in with the blighted trees and clearly demonstrates the presence
of a graft transmissible infectious agent present in the roots as the cause of
blight. These successful graft transmissions now provide a means of studying
the etiology of blight and for evaluating rootstocks for blight tolerance. A
greenhouse complex, consisting of five separate greenhouses totaling 5500 sq.
ft. and a 20' x 30' headhouse, was constructed at CREC to conduct research on
citrus blight. Funding for the complex, in the amount of $140,000, was
received as contributions from members of Florida's citrus industry. It is
important that the etiology of blight be determined. There is an urgent need
to develop a short-term index for the blight agent and to characterize the
causal agent. This is the primary objective for which this blight greenhouse
complex will be used. Without these plant growth facilities which will allow
for the evaluation of various indicator plants under different environmental
conditions on a year round basis, progress in determining the etiology of
blight would be extremely slow. Determination of the causal agent of blight
will enable new and useful control strategies to be developed for blight.
Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred
K. S. Derrick, Professor,
R. F. Lee, Professor,
R. H. Brlansky, Associate Professor,
L. W. Timmer, Professor,
D. P. H. Tucker, Professor and
J. H. Graham, Associate Professor, Project Leaders


Intergeneric somatic hybridization of citrus. Two field trials were
established to evaluate somatic hybrids as potential citrus rootstocks. New
intergeneric allotetraploid plants were recovered between Citropsis gilletiana
and Cleopatra (C. reticulata). Unexplained triploid intergeneric hybrid
plants were recovered between Severinia buxifolia and Hamlin orange.
Plantlets were regenerated from fusions of Hamlin with Feronia limonia.
Progress was made in establishing Hamlin and Valencia populations from various
tissue cultures (embryogenic cultures, organogenic cultures, and directly from
protoplasts). Approximately 500 trees were grafted onto Carrizo citrange and


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FDHH somatic hybrid for field planting. Over 100 Hamlin plants and 20 Valencia
plants were regenerated via organogenesis. Over 100 Hamlin plants were
regenerated directly from Hamlin protoplasts via somatic embryogenesis.
Numerous somatic embryos were recovered from Valencia protoplasts and are on
germination medium.
Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred
J. W. Grosser, Associate Professor and
F. G. Gmitter, Assistant Professor, Project Leaders


Phosphorus Fertilization of Bahiagrass. Nearly 2.5 million acres of
bahiagrass are grown in Florida. Despite the fact that bahiagrass is planted
on more pasture land than all other pasture grasses combined, little is known
about the phosphorus requirements for optimum forage production. Many
scientists believe that P fertilization rates currently recommended can be
reduced without production losses. Not only would lower fertilizer
recommendations be a savings to the grower, they could also help eliminate the
potential for eutrophication of surface waters such as Lake Okeechobee. This
study was designed to determine the optimum P fertilization rate for
bahiagrass grown on spodisols and to evaluate the influence of different P
fertilization rates on ground and surface water quality. Preliminary results
indicate that P fertilization rates can be reduced dramatically from those now
recommended without effecting bahiagrass yield or quality. In addition,
beneficial effects on water quality have been observed from the lower
fertilization rates.
Agricultural Research and Education Center, Ona
J. E. Rechcigl, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Citrus Postbloom Fruit Drop. In 1988, fruit set and button development was
monitored on a weekly basis in a sweet orange grove near Immokalee and disease
severity related to weather conditions. Percentage of fruit set varied from
0.0 to 1.72% and the percentage of buttons formed ranged as high as 60%. Some
disease occurred every week in spite of the fact that rainfall amounts and
durations were low. Leaf wetness measurements indicated that dew alone was
sufficient to result in severe disease in a grove with a history of disease
problems. This information is needed for the accurate prediction of the
disease level under certain climatic conditions. This information will also
allow the most efficacious timing of fungicide applications. Benomyl and
captafol are effective against the causal fungus. Precise timing of
applications or frequent applications are needed to obtain good disease
control. Moderate population pressure of thrips (primarily Frankliniella
bispinsosa) occurred on and within developing citrus buds and open flowers.
Lorsban and Carzol and Lorsban-Carzol-Benlate suppressed thrips on buds and
flowers between March 11 and 25. Both treatments increased fruit set on
unsprayed control trees. Results indicate that arthropods (especially thrips)
are involved in postbloom fruit drop. This species was shown to oviposit into
the calyx, pistil, petals, and stamen filaments. The eggs hatch and immature
stages feed on the floral parts before leaving the plant to pupate.
Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred
L. W. Timmer, Professor and
C. C. Childers, Associate Professor, Project Leaders


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Molecular Analysis of Fuasrium Wilt Pathogens. The filamentous fungus
Fusarium oxysporum causes wilt disease on a wide variety of plants. However,
individual strains of the fungus are greatly limited in their host range,
usually being restricted to a single plant species or genus. These
specialized forms (called forma specials) of F. oxysporum appear to be
clonally derived and exhibit little genetic variation. The host range of
certain forma specials that infect crucifers has been consistently correlated
with specific linear mitochondrial plasmids. The involvement of these
plasmids in host range specificity has been studied by protoplast fusion of
isolates causing cabbage and radish wilts. Fusion in products were screened
in pathogenicity trials and preliminary results indicate that while disease
development was altered, the plasmids may not be directly involved in
pathogenicity. Physical and genetic maps of mitochondrial DNA from three
crucifer strains also have been constructed. This knowledge will aid in
identification and diagnosis of Fusarium wilts.
Department of Plant Pathology
H. C. Kistler, Assistant Professor, Project Leader


Occurrence of Three Potyviruses in Cucurbits in Florida. Polyclonal antisera
were used in immunodiffusion tests to assay for three potyviruses in cucurbit
samples that were collected in various parts of the state in 1987 and 1988.
Of 549 samples, most of which had possible virus-like symptoms, 44.6% were
diagnosed as infected with papaya ringspot virus, 37.1% with watermelon mosaic
virus-2, and 9.2% with zucchini yellow mosaic virus. All three viruses were
detected in squash, watermelon, cantaloupe, and cucumber. Papaya ringspot
virus type W was the principal virus detected in south Florida in both the
spring and fall crops, and it also occurred in north and central Florida,
primarily in the fall. Watermelon mosaic virus-2 was detected in north and
central Florida in the spring and fall, but it was not detected in south
Florida. Zucchini yellow mosaic virus was detected in various parts of the
state, but mostly in central Florida. The aphid-transmitted, cucurbit
potyviruses continue to be important pathogens in the mosaic disease complex
of cucurbits in Florida.
Department of Plant Pathology
D. E. Purcifull, Professor,
G. W. Simone, Associate Professor, and
E. Hiebert, Professor, Project Leaders












LIST OF IFAS PERSONNEL AND AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

JULY 1, 1988 JUNE 30, 1989

(X = GREATER THAN 50% FTE; 0 = 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 INSTRUCT

DRUMMOND, EVAN
FRY, JACK L.
SHOUP, W D.

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.
LAMBERT, JAMES D.
RYAN, STEPHEN 0.
SMITH, WAYNE P.

WARNOCK, HAROLD P.
WOOTTON, RICHARD D.


PERSONNEL AFFAIRS

ANDREW, RAYMOND C.


PLANNING & BUSINESS AFFAIRS

MCKEE, VERNON C.

IFAS SPONSORED PROGRAMS AND DEVELOPMENT

LEE, MELDA H.

IFAS SPONSORED PROGRAMS

COOK, CAROL A.


VICE PRESIDENT. FOR AGRICULTURAL AFFAIRS
AND PROF. 904-392-1971 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



INTERIM DEAN & PROF. 904-392-1961 SUNCOM 622-1961
ASST. DEAN & PROF. 392-2251
ACTING ASST. DEAN & ASSOC. PROF. 392-1961



DEAN FOR RESEARCH AND PROF. 904-392-1784 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. 904-392-1761
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.
904-392-1837 SUNCOM 622-1837



DIST. EXT. DIR. (IV) 904-392-1781 SUNCOM 622-1781
EXT. AGT. II, AGRI. 392-1781
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. 904-392-4777
SUNCOM 622-4777



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



INTERIM DIR. 904-392-1975



ASST. DIR., RESEARCH PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
904-392-2357


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


PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT SHARE

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

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

POPENOE, HUGH L. c

ANDREWS, KEITH L.
BALDWIN, DORENE F. \

FRENCH, WILLIAM J. I
ODEGAARD, WAYNE M. E
STANSLY, PHILIP A.
VAN HORN JR, HAROLD H.

PROGRAM EVAL & ORGANIZATIONAL DEVEL

STRAUGHN, ALTO A. E
ISRAEL, GLENN D.

SUMMERHILL, WILLIAM R. I
TAYLOR, CLIFTON L. I

FLORIDA SEA GRANT COLLEGE PROGRAM

CATO, JAMES C. D

SEAMAN JR, WILLIAM ;
3
CONFERENCES, INSTITUTES & WORKSHOPS

TOWRY, BETTY J. D

CENTER FOR AQUATIC PLANT RESEARCH

JOYCE, JOSEPH C. C
LANGELAND, KENNETH A.

CENTER FOR BIOMASS ENERGY SYSTEMS

SMITH, WAYNE H. C

CENTER FOR COOPERATIVE AGRICULTURE PROGRAMS FAMU

CARTER, LAWRENCE A
3
EDWARDS, JAMES C.
MCGOWAN, CLAUDE H. A
MILLER, DAMON

CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY

SHANKLAND, DANIEL L. I
HARBISON, RAYMOND D. p

CENTER FOR NATURAL RESOURCES PROGRAMS

MACE JR, ARNETT C. [

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING

ISAACS, GERALD W. C
BAGNALL, LARRY 0. X 0 E
BAIRD, CARL D. 0 0 1


)IR., SHARE DEVELOPMENT 904-392-1975
)IR., SHARE DEVELOPMENT 392-1975
)IR., SHARE DEVELOPMENT 392-1975



)IR. AND PROF., SOILS, CTR FOR TROPICAL
ARICULTURE 904-392-1965
SSOC. PROF., EAP/HONDURAS 392-1965
VISITING ASSOC. UNIV. LIBR. USAID/CAMEROON
392-1965
>ROF. AND PLANT PATHOLOGIST USAID/CAMEROON 392-1965
EXT. AGT. III, USAID/BELIZE
MSST. PROF., USAID/ECUADOR 392-1965
ASST. DIR. AND PROF. ANIMAL NUTR. 392-1965



)IR.AND PROF. 904-392-0386 SUNCOM 622-0386
MSST. PROF., PROG. DEVELOPMENT & EVAL. SPEC.
392-0386
>ROF.,PROG. DEV. & EVAL. 392-0386
PROF., PROG. DEVELOPMENT & EVAL. SPE. 392-0386



)IR. AND PROF., FOOD & RES. ECON. 904-392-5870
SUNCOM 622-5870
MSSOC. DIR. AND ASSOC. PROF., FISHERIES SCI.
192-5870


)IR. AND ASST. PROF. 904-392-5930 SUNCOM 622-5930



)IR. AND ASSOC. PROF. 904-392-9613
MSST. PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS & PLANT MGT. 392-9613



)IR. AND PROF., 904-392-1511 SUNCOM 622-1511



ASST. DEAN, 1890 FAMU PROGRAM 904-599-3561 SUNCOM
39286-3546
MSST. PROF., 1890 RURAL DEVELOPMENT SPEC.
WDJ. ASST. PROF. EXT. ANIMAL SCI SPEC.
MSSOC. PROF., EXT. 4-H YOUTH SPEC.



)IR. AND PROF., TOXICOLOGY 904-462-3281
PROF., TOXICOLOGY 462-3281



)IR. AND PROF. 904-392-1792 SUNCOM 622-1792



3HM. AND PROF. 904-392-1864 SUNCOM 622-1864
'ROF., AG. PROC. & AQUATIC WEEDS 392-1864
>ROF., ENGERY & AG. PROC. 392-1864


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


BECKER, WILLIAM J.
BOTTCHER, ADELBERT B.
BUCKLIN, RAY A.
CAMPBELL, KENNETH L.
CHAU, KHE V.
CHYNOWETH, DAVID P.
CLARK, G. A.
CROMWELL, RICHARD P.
EARLE, JOHATHAN F.
LUCK, RICHARD C.
FRENCH, BYRON T.
GAFFNEY, JEROME J.
GRAHAM, WENDY 0.
HAILE, DANEL G.
HAMAN, DOROTA Z.
HARRELL, ROY C.
IZUNO, F. T.
JONES, JAMES W.

JONES, PIERCE H.
LINCOLN, EDWARD P.
MISHOE, JOHN W.
NORDSTEDT, ROGER A.
OVERMAN, ALLEN R.
PEART, 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.

WEBB, J. C.
ZAZUETA, FEDRO S.


O X ASSOC. PROF., SAFETY SPECIALIST 392-2468
X 0 0 PROF., WATER RES. & NON-POINT POLLUTION 392-8535
X 0 0 ASST. PROF., FARM STRUCTURES & WASTE MGT. 392-2468
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., WATER MANAGEMENT 392-8534
X O ASSOC. PROF., ENERGY & PROC. 392-1864
X ASSOC. PROF., ANAEROBIC DIGESTION 392-9378
O X ASST. PROP., WATER MGT. 813-755-1568
O X ASSOC. PROF., AGE. MACH. 392-2468
O 0 0 ASST. PROF., BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING 392-9378
X 0 PROF., AGR. MACH. & SYST. 392-1864
X ASST. PROF., MECH. AG. 392-1864
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., CITRUS & VEG. HANDLING
X 0 ASST. PROF., GROUNDWATER HYDROLOGIST 392-2468
X ADJ. ASST. PROF., INS. CONT.
O X 0 ASST. PROF., WATER MGT. 392-8535
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., ROBOTICS 392-8534
O X ASSOC. PROP., WATER MGT. 407-996-3062
X 0 PROF. AGR. ENGINE PLANT MODELING & SYSTEMS
ANALYSIS 392-8535
O 0 0 ASST. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL 392-8535
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., ALGAE PROD. 392-1864
X 0 PROF., CROP MODELING INSTRUMENTION SYSTEMS 392-1864
0 0 0 ASSOC. PROF., WASTE MGT. 392-1864
X 0 PROF., WATER MGT. & POLLUTION CONTROL 392-8535
X 0 GRAD. RES. PROF., SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 392-8535
X AFFILIATE PROF., AG. ENG.
X 0 PROF., AG. MACH. 392-1864
X PROF., HYDROLOGY 392-1864
O X PROF., FARM POWER & SAFETY 392-1864
O 0 0 PROF., WATER MANAGEMENT 392-2468
X 0 ASSO. PROF., BIOLOGICAL & ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
392-2468
O X ASST. PROF., GRAIN DRYING & ENERGY 392-1864
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., FOOD ENGR. 392-8535
0 X ASST. PROF., SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT & UTILIZATION
392-7853
X ADJ. PROF., INSECT ATTR.
O 0 0 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.
ALBRECHT, STEPHAN L.
ALLEN, LEON H.
BAKER, JEFFREY T.
BALTENSPERGER, DAVID D.


BENNETT, JERRY M.
BOOTE, KENNETH J.
BORLAUG, NORMAN E.
BUHR, KENNETH L.
CHAMBLISS, CARROL G.
COALE, FRANK J.
COLVIN, DANIEL L.
CROWDER SR, LOY V.
EDWARDSON, JOHN R.
FRENCH III, EDWIN C.
FRITZ, GEORGE J.
GALLAHER, RAYMOND N.
GARDNER, FRANKLIN P.


CHM. AND PROF., 904-392-0502 SUNCOM 622-0502
ASSOC. PROF., TEACHING 392-0502
PROF., TEACHING 392-0502
PROF., TEACHING 392-0502


CHM. AND PROF. 904-392-1814 SUNCOM 622-1814
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOL. 392-6180
ADJ. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOL. 392-6180
ASST. RES. SCI., CROP PHYSIOL. 392-6180
O ASSOC. PROF., FORAGE LEGUME GENETICS & BREEDING
392-1811
O ASSOC. PROF. WATER MANAGEMENT 392-6180
O PROP., PLANT PHYSIOL. 392-1811
ADJ. PROF., FOOD & FEED PRODUCTION
X ASST. PROF. PLANT BRDG. 392-1823
X ASSOC. PROF. EXT. SPEC. FORAGE 392-1817
X ASST. PROF., EXT. SUGARCANE SPEC. 392-1811
X ASST. PROF., EXT. WEED SCI. SPEC. 392-1817
ADJ. RES. SCI., FORAGE MANAGEMENT 392-1924
O PROF. CYTOGENET 392-6180
X X ASSOC. PROF., FARMING SYSTEMS 392-1811
ASSOC. PROF. PLANT PHYSIOL. 392-6145
O PROF. MULTIPLE CROPPING 392-2325
O ASST. RES. SCI., PLANT PHYSIOL. 392-1811


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


HALLER, WILLIAM T.
HIEBSCH, CLIFTON K.
HINSON, KUELL
KNAUFT, DAVID A.
LANGELAND, KENNETH A.
LEGRAND, FERDINAND
MCCLOUD, DARELL E.
PFAHLER, PAUL L.
PRINE, GORDON M.
QUESENBERRY, KENNETH H.
SCHANK, STANLEY C.
SHILLING, DONNA G.
SINCLAIR, THOMAS R.
SMITH, REX L.
SOLLENBERGER, LYNN E.
WEST, SHERLIE H.
WHITTY, EULM B.


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


DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL SCIENCE


AMMERMAN, CLARENCE B.

ASQUITH, RICHARD L.
BACUS, JAMES N.
BARROS, CIRO M.
BATES, DOUGLAS B.
BAZER, FULLER W.
BELTRAN, JORGE J.
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.
KAWASHIMA, TOMOYUKI
KUNKLE, WILLIAM E.
LAMKEY, JAMES W.
LEAK, FRED W.
LIEB, SANDI
LOGGINS, P. E.
MARSHALL, TIMOTHY T.
MCDOWELL, LEE R.

MOORE, JOHN E.
OLSON, TIMOTHY A.
OTT, EDGAR A.
PRICHARD, D.
SAND, ROBERT S.
SHARP III, DANIEL C.
SIMMEN, R.

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


WHITE, C. E.
ZANETTI, M.


O PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS 392-9613
XA ASSOC. PROF., EXT. SPEC SOYBEANS 392-1817
ADJ. PROF. SOYBEAN GENET. & BRDG. 392-1816
O ASSOC. PROF., PLANT BREED. 392-6185
O ASST. PROF., EXT. AQUATIC WEEDS 392-9613
O ASSOC. PROF., BIOMASS CONVERSION 392-1811
O PROF., PLANT PHYSIOL. 392-1811
O PROF., GENET. 392-1811
0 PROF., FIELD CROP ECOL. 392-1811
O PROF., FORAGE GENET. & BRDG. 392-1823
O PROF., FORAGE GENET & BRDG. 392-1823
O ASST. PROF., WEED SCIENCE 392-9413
ADJ. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOL. 392-6180
O PROF., FORAGE GENET. & BRDG. 392-1890
O ASST. PROF., TROPICAL FORAGE MGT. 392-1924
ADJ. PROF., SEED TECH & PHYSIOL. 392-1821
X PROF., EXT. SPEC. PEANUTS, CROP MGT. TOBACCO
392-1817
0 PROF., HERBICIDE BIOCHEM. 392-1810
ADJ. ASST. PROF., FORAGE 392-1811
X ASST. PROF., GENTICS & PLANT BREEDING 392-1823
X PROF., EXT. SPEC. FORAGE 392-5232
DISTINGUISHED SERV. PROF., PLANT BREEDING 392-6545



ACTING CHMN. AND PROF., ANIM. NUTR. 904-392-1911
SUNCOM 622-1911
O 0 ASSOC. PROF. EQUINE HEALTH 392-2454
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., MEAT MIBROBIOLOGIST 462-5611
ADJ. ASST. PROF., LUTEAL PEPTIDES 392-7565
O ASST. PROF. ANIM. NUTR. RUMINANT 392-2454
O GRAD. RES. PROF., ANTM. PHYSIOL. 392-2180
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., ANIMAL BREEDING
X ASSISTANT PROF., SWINE NUTRITION 392-7526
O PROP. ANIM. NUTR. SWINE 392-7526
O PROP. ANIM. NUTR. TROPICAL ANIMAL SCIENCE 392-2180
X ASST. PROF. ANIMAL NUTRITION, RUMINANT 392-2454
O ASST. PROF., ANIMAL BREEDING & GENETICS 392-2366
O PROF., ANIM. PHYSIOL. 392-2180
X PROF., ANIM. BREEDING 392-2366
O ASST. PROF., MEAT SCI. 392-2992
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. EQUINE SPEC. 392-1916
ADJ. ASST. PROF., MINERAL NUTRITION
O ASSOC. PROF. EXTENSION BEEF SPECIALIST 392-1916
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
X PROF., ANIMAL NUTRITION, SHEEP 392-7526
O ASST. PROF., BEEF CATTLE 392-2454
O PROF. ANIMAL NUTR., TROPICAL ANIMAL SCIENCE
392-2180
O PROF. ANIMAL NUTR., FORAGE 392-1924
O ASSOC. PROF., ANIMAL BREEDING 392-2366
O PROF. ANIM. NUTR., HORSES 392-2454
X ASST. PROF., LIVESTOCK SPEC. 392-5230
X ASSOC. PROF. ANIM. SCI., EXT. BEEF SPEC. 392-1916
O PROF. ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY, HORSE 392-2180
O ASSOC. PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
392-2180
X O ASST. PROF., EXT. LIVESTOCK SPEC. 392-1916
O PROF. ANIM. SCI. 392-2454
X ASST. PROF. EXTENSION SWINE SPECIALIST 392-1916
O PROF. ANIM. PHYSIOL. 392-7526
O PROF., MEAT SCI. 392-2992 SUNCOM 622-1911
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., NUTRITION
ASSOC. PROF., SWINE EVALUATION 392-7390
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., MINERAL RESEARCH














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


DEPARTMENT OF DAIRY SCIENCE

NATZKE, ROGER P.

BACHMAN, KERMIT C.
BEEDE, DAVID K.
BRAY, DAVID R.
DE LORENZO, MICHAEL A.
HANSEN, PETER J.
HARRIS JR, BARNEY
HEAD, HENRY H.
MACMILLAN, KEITH L.
MILLAMENA, ANDRESITO A.

SIMMEN, FRANK A.
STAPLES, CHARLES R.
THATCHER, WILLIAM W.

WEBB, DANIEL W.
WILCOX, CHARLES J.

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT

SPRINGER, DONALD M.

BREEDEN, CARL W.

BREEZE, MARSHALL H.

CILLEY, MARY L.
CROWDER JR, LOY V.
MAULE, RANDY W.
MEEKER, DARCY S.
NEHILEY, JAMES M.

PIERCE, JO ANN B.

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

DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGY ANI

CAPINERA, JOHN L.
AGEE, HERNDON R.
ALLEN, JON C.

ARNETT JR, ROSS H.
ASHLEY, THOMAS R.
BAILEY, WINSTON J.
BARFIELD, CARL S.
BELWDOD, JACQUELINE J.
BENNETT, FREDERICK D.

BOUCIAS, DRION G.
BUCKINGHAM, GARY R.
BUTLER, JERRY F.
CALKINS, CARROLL O.
CARLSON, DAVID A.
CHAMBERS, DERRELL L.
COCKBURN, ANDREW F.
COFFELT, JAMES A.
CROMROY, HARVEY L.
DAME, DAVID A.
DAVIS, DEAN F.
DENMARK, HAROLD A.
DICKSON, DONALD W.
DUNN, ROBERT A.


CHM. AND PROF. MASTITIS & MILKING MGMT.
392-1981 SUNCOM 622-1981
O X ASSOC. PROF. BIOCHEM., FOODS 392-1958
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., ANIMAL NUTRITION 392-1958
X EXT. AG. III, MILKING MGT. & MASTITIS 392-5592
O O ASSOC. PROF., GENETICS 392-5592
X 0 ASST. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGIST 392-5590
0 X 0 PROF. NUTR. 392-1958
X 0 PROF. ANIMAL PHYS. LAC. 392-5590
X ADJ. PROF., REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY
X ADJ. PROF., ANIMAL NUTRITION
904-392-1981 SUNCOM 622-1981
X 0 0 ASSOC. PROF., BIOTECHNOLOGY 392-5590
X 0 ASST. PROF. FORAGES 392-1958
X 0 GRAD. RES. PROF., ANIM. PHYSIOL. REPRODUCTION
392-5590
X PROF. DAIRY MGMI. 392-5592
X 0 PROF. GENETICS 392-5592


O 0

O o

X
x

X
x
X
x
X
X

O 0

X


X




X
X

X
X
X

X
X

X
x

x
x
x
x
X
X
X



X
X
X
X
X
0


CHMN. & PROF. MASS COMMUNICATION 904-392-1771
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. AND PROF. 904-392-1901 SUNCOM 622-1901
ADJ. PROF., PHYSIOLOGY
O ASSOC. PROF., POPULATION DYNAMICS & SYSTEMS ANAL.
392-1901
ADJ. PROF., SYSTEMATICS
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., BEHAVIORAL
ADJ. PROF., AUDITION SYSTEMATICS
X PROF., PEST MGT. 392-1901
ADJ. ASST. RES. SCI., ECOLOGY 392-1901
O GRAD. RES. PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL, AG. PESTS
392-7089
0 ASSOC. PROF., INSECT PATHOLOGY 392-1790
ADJ. ASST. PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL 372-3505
O PROF., VET. ENT. 392-1930
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., INSECT BEHAVIOR
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., MED. ENT.
ADJ. PROF., BEHAVIORAL PEST MANAGEMENT
ADJ. ASST. PROF., MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
ADJ. ASST. PROF., STORED PROD.
0 0 PROF., RADIATION BIOLOGY 392-3104
ADJ. PROF., MED. ENT.
ADJ. PROF., TOXICOLOGY 392-7230
ADJ. PROF., ACAROLOGY, FLA. DIV. PLANT INDUSTRY
O PROF., NEMATOLOGY 392-1990
X PROF., EXT. NEMATOLOGY 392-1990


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


ESSER, ROBERT P.
FATZINGER, CARL W.
FERKOVICH, STEPHEN M.
FLOWERS, RALPH W.
FOCKS, DANA A.
FOLTZ, JOHN L.
FRANK, JOHN H.
GREANY, PATRICK
GUPTA, SANTOSH
GUPTA, VIRENDRA K.
HABECK, DALE H.
HALL, DONALD W.
HALL, HARLAN G.
HAMON, AVAS B.
HANDLER, ALFRED M.
HEPPNER, JOHN 8.
JOHNSON, FREDDIE A.
KLINE, DANIEL L.
KNAPP, JOSEPH L., JR.

KOEHLER, PHILIP G.
LEWIS, WALLACE J.

LLOYD, JAMES E.
LOFGREN, CLIFFORD S.
MARUNIAK, JAMES E.
MATHENY JR, ELLIS L.
MAYER, MARION S.
MCLAUGHLIN, JOHN R.
MCSORLEY, ROBERT T.
MEAD, FRANK W.
METCALF, ROBERT L.
MITCHELL, EVERETT R.
MORGAN, PHILIP B.
NARANG, SUDHIR X.
NATION, JAMES L.
NOLING, JOSEPH W.

O'BANNON, JOHN H.
OBERLANDER, HERBERT
OBRIEN, CHARLES W.

PATTERSON, RICHARD S.
PETERS, WILLIAM L.
SANFORD, MALCOLM T.
SEAWRIGHT, JACK A.
SHIRK, PAUL D.
SHORT, DONALD E.
SILHACEK, DONALD L.
SIVINSKI, JOHN M.
SLANSKY JR, FRANK
SMART JR, GROVER C.
SMITTLE, BURRELL J.
SPRENKEL, RICHARD K.
STAGE, LIONEL A.
STIMAC, JERRY L.
STRAYER, JOHN R.
TOWNES, HENRY K.
TUMLINSON III, JAMES H.
UNDEEN, ALBERT H.
VANDER MEER, ROBERT K.
VENKATACHARI, SUDHA
VICK, KENNETH W.
WALKER, THOMAS J.
WEEMS JR, HOWARD V.
WEIDHAAS, DONALD E.
WILLIAMS, DAVID F.
WISEMAN, BILL R.
WOJCIK, DANIEL P.


x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
X







Kx
x
x
0



x
x
x
x
X





x
X






x
X






x
x
0
x
X








x
X













x
X

















x
x
X








X
O





X
O




X




X
O





X0
X


X
X
X
X
X



X


X





O
X
X
x
x



X

x
X
x
x
x

X
x
O


X

x

X



X
X
X
x
x
x
x


ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., NEMATODE TAXONOMY
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., FOREST ENT.
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., BEHAVIORAL
ADJ. ASST. PROF., TAXONOMY, FAMU
ADJ. ASST. PROF., ECON. ENT.
O ASSOC. PROF., FORESTRY 392-1440
O PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL 392-6787
ADJ. ASSCO. PROF. BEHAVIORAL
ADJ. ASST. PROF., SYSTEMATICS 392-9279
PROF., SYSTEMATICS 392-9279
0 PROF., IMMATURES 392-1901
X PROF., MED. ENT. 392-1901
O ASSET. PROF., HONEY BEE GENETICS 392-1801
ADJ. ASST. PROF., ARTHROPODS
ADJ. ASST. PROF, GENETICS
ADJ. ASST. PROF., SYSTEMATICS
X PROF., EXTENSION 392-1937
ADJ. ASST. PROF., MED. VET. ENT.
X PROF., ENT. EXT. IPM SPEC. LAKE ALFRED
813-956-1151
X PROF., EXTENSION 392-1937
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., ENT. INS. BIOCONTROL,
TIFTON, GEORGIA
O PROF., SYSTEMATICS 392-1901
ADJ. PROF., MED. ENT.
O ASSOC. PROF., GENETIC ENG. 392-1790
X PROF., ECON. ENT. 392-1901
ADJ. PROF., BIOPHYSICS
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., BEHAVIORAL
0 PROF., NEMATOLOGY 392-1990
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., SYSTEMATICS
ADJ. PROF., PESTICIDE BIOCHEMISTRY
ADJ. PROF., BEHAVIORAL
ADJ. PROF., MED. ENT.
ADJ. ASSOC. PROP., ISOZYME ANALYSIS
0 PROF., PHYSIOLOGY 392-1801
X ASST. PROF., EXT. HEMATOLOGY LAKE ALFRED
813-956-1151
ADJ. PROF., NEMATOLOGIST
ADJ. PROF., ENDOCRINOLOGY
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., AQUATIC ENT., FAMU,
TALLAHASSEE
ADJ. PROF., MED. ENT.
X ADJ. PROF., AQUATIC ENT., FAMU, TALLAHASSEE
X 0 PROF., APICULTURE 392-1801
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., GENETICS
ADJ. ASST. PROF., INSECT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
X PROF., EXTENSION 392-1937
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., STORED PRODUCTS
ADJ. ASST. PROF., INSECT ECOLOGY
O ASSOC. PROF., NUTRITIONAL ECOLOGY 392-4901
O PROP., HEMATOLOGY 392-1990
ADJ. PROF., RADIATION BIOLOGY
X ASSOC. PROF. ENT., INT. PEST MANAGEMENT 392-5230
ADJ. ASSOC. PROP., TAXONOMY
O ASSOC. PROF., POPULATION ECOLOGIST 392-7088
X PROF., ECON. ENT. 392-1901
ADJ. PROF., SYSTEMATICS
ADJ. PROF., BEHAVIORAL
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., INSECT PATHOLOGY
ADJ. ASST. PROF., CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
ADJ. ASST. PROF., PLANT NEMATODE INTERACTION
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., PHYSIOLOGY
O PROF., ECOLOGY 392-1901
ADJ. PROF., TAXONOMY, FLA. DIV. PLANT INDUSTRY
ADJ.PROF., MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY
ADJ. ASST. PROF., MED. ENT.
ADJ. PROF., PLANT RESISTANCE, TIFTON, GA.
ADJ. ASST. PROF., FIRE ANTS


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


WOODRUFF, ROBERT E.
YOKOMI, RAYMOND K.

YOUNG, DAVID G.
YU, SIMON S.

DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND RESOURCE

LIBBY, LAWRENCE W.

ADAMS, CHARLES M.
ALVAREZ, JOSE

ANDREW, CHRIS O.
ASHRAF, MALIK M.
BASS, EMERSON M.
BEHR, ROBERT M.

BEILOCK, RICHARD P.
BOGGESS, WILLIAM G.
BROOKS JR, THURSTON L.

BROWN, MARK G.

BURKHARDT, ROBERT J.
CARRIKER, ROY R.
CLOSER, RODNEY L.
COMER, DOROTHY A.
DAVIS, CARLTON G.

DEGNER, ROBERT L.
DOW, JOSE K.
EMERSON, ROBERT D.

FAIRCHILD, GARY F.
FORD, STEPHEN A.
FORKER, OLAN 0.
FREE, ROBERT L.

GLADWIN, CHRISTINA H.
GORDON, JOHN R.

HAYDU, JOHN J.

HEWITT, TIMOTHY D.
HILDEBRAND, PETER E.

HOLT, JOHN
KEPNER, KARL W.

KICKER, CLYDE F.
KILMER, RICHARD L.
LANGHAM, MAX R.
LEE, JONG-YING
LONG, BURL F.

LYNNE, GARY D.
MILON, JOSEPH W.
MOSS, CHARLES B.

MULKEY, WILLIAM D.

MURARO, RONALD P.

OLEXA, MICHAEL T.
POLOPOLUS, LEONIDAS
PREVATT, J. WALTER


X ADJ. PROF., TAXONOMY,
X ADJ. ASST. PROF., INSECT VECTORS OF CITRUS
DISEASES
X AJD. ASSOC. RES. SCI., SANDFLIES 392-1888
X 0 PROF., INSECT TOXICOLOGY 392-1801

ECONOMICS


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0 0 0 CHMN. AND PROF., PUBLIC POLICY & RESOURCE ECON
904-392-1826 SUNCOM 622-1826
X ASST. PROF., MARINE ECONOMICS 392-4991
O X PROF., FARM MGT./PROD. ECON. BELLE GLADE
SUNCOM 39250-1142
O 0 0 PROF. TRADE, DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING 392-5068
X ADJ. PROF., FARMING SYSTEMS 392-9343
X 0 EMINENT SCHOLAR, MARKETING 392-5131
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., MARKETING, FLA. DEPT. OF
CITRUS 392-1874
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., MKTG. TRANSPORTATION 392-5058
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., FARM MGT., PROD. RESOURCES 392-1845
ADJ. INSTRUCTOR, FLA. DEPT. OF CITRUS,CITRUS
MKTG. 392-1874
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., FLA. DEPT OF CITRUS, CITRUS
MKTG. 392-1874
O X ASST. PROF., PHILOSOPHY AGRIC. 392-9014
X PROF., PUBLIC POLICY, NAT. RESOURCES ECON. 392-9894
O X ASSOC. PROF., PUBLIC POLICY 392-1854
O X ASSOC. PROF., NATURAL RESOURCE ECON. 392-1848
X O PROF. FOOD & NUTRITION ECONOMICS, PUBLIC POLICY,
ECON. DEV. 392-9897
X 0 PROF.& DIR. MARKET RES. CENTER 392-1845
X 0 PROF., INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & TRADE 392-1965
X O ASSOC. PROF., PROD. ECON, ECONOMETRIC LABOR
392-5061
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. AG. MKGT. SPEC. 392-1845
O X ASST. PROF. FARM MANAGEMENT ECONOMIST 392-1854
X ADJ. PROF., MARKETING SPEC. 392-1854
X ADJ. ASST. IN AG. STAT., FLA CROP & LIVESTOCK
REPORTING SERV. 407-648-6013
X 0 0 ASSOC. PROF., SMALL FARM MANAGEMENT 392-5071
O X 0 ASSOC. DEPT. CHMN. AND PROF., RURAL ECON. DEVLP.
AG. PUBLIC POLICY 392-1826
X ASST. PROF., PROD. & MKTG. OF ORNA. PROD.,
FT. LAUDERDALE SUNCOM 444-1011
X ASSOC. PROF., FARM MGT./AGR. MKTG., MARIANNA 392-6597
X 0 PROF., INT'L DEVEL. FARMING SYSTEMS/SMALL FARMS
392-1854
X 0 PROF. FARM MGT. SPEC.,PROD. ECON. 392-1845
X 0 DISTINGUISHED SERVE. PROF. FOOD MKTG &
DISTRIBUTION 392-1845
X 0 PROF., NAT. RESOURCES ENV. ENOC. 392-2396
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., AG. MARKETING 392-1845
X 0 PROF., ECON. DEVEL. & ECONOMETRICS 392-2297
X ADJ. PROP., FLA. DEPT. OF CITRUS 392-1874
O X PROF., UNDERGRADUATE COORD. NAT. RESOURCE ECON.
392-1848
X O PROF., NAT. RES. ECON. PROD. ECON. 392-5062
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., ENV. & NAT. RESOURCE ECON. 392-1883
X 0 ASST. PROF., AGRI. AND AGRIBUSINESS FINANCE
392-9893
O 0 0 PROF., RES. & ENV. REGIONAL ECON. COMM. DEVEL.
392-1854
O X ASSOC. PROF., AREA FARM MGT. ECON. LAKE ALFRED
SUNCOM 533-1203
X ASSOC. EXT. SCI., AGR. LAW EXT. 392-9895
X O 0 PROF., MKTG. & POLICY 392-1854
O X ASSOC. PROF., FARM MTG./PROD. ECON. BRADENTON
SUNCOM 552-7044












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


REYNOLDS, JOHN E.
SEALE, JR., JAMES L.

SHONKWILER, JOHN S.
SIMPSON, JAMES R.
SPREEN, THOMAS H.
STRAIN, JAMES R.
SUTTOR, RICHARD E.
TAYLOR, TIMOTHY G.
TEFERTILLER, KENNETH R.
THUNBERG, ERIC M.
VAN BLOKLAND, PETER J.

VANSICKLE, JOHN J.
WARD, RONALD W.
WELDON, RICHARD N.
YOUNG, JR., HENRY V.

ZELLNER, JAMES A.
ZIMET, DAVID J.


X 0 PROF. NATURAL RESOURCES 392-1845
X 0 ASST. PROF., INT'L AG. TRADE, FINANCE & POLICY
392-1845
X 0 PROF., PRICE ANALYSIS 392-1845
O X 0 PROF., LIVESTOCK MKTG. DEVLPMT. 392-1854
O 0 PROF., QUANTITATIVE METHODS 392-2297
O X PROF., EXT. ORNAM. PLANTS AND CROPS 392-5070
X ADJ. PROF., FARMING SYSTEMS
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., PROD. ECON. & ECONOMETRICS 392-2297
X PROF., AG. ECON. 392-2751
X 0 ASST. PROF., MARINE ECONOMICS 392-4991
0 X ASSOC. PROF., FINANCE, FUTURES MKTS., MGMT.
392-1848
O X 0 ASSOC. PROF., AG. MARKETING 392-2297
X 0 PROF., MTG. AND INDUSTRIAL ORG. 392-1854
O X ASST. PROP., AGRIBUSINESS FINANCE 392-1848
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., MARKETING, FLA. DEPT. OF AGR.
& CONSUMER SERV.
X ADJ. PROF., ECONOMIST 392-9894
O X ASST. PROF., FARM MGT./PROD. ECON. QUINCY 392-5230


DEPARTMENT OF FOOD SCIENCE AND HUMAN NUTRITION


WHEELER, WILLIS B.
AHMED, ESAM M.
ANDERSON, CHRISTINE R.
BAILEY, LYNN B.
BALABAN, MURAT
BATES, ROBERT P.
BORUM, PEGGY L.
BROWN JR, ROSS D.
CORBETT, MICHAEL O.
COUSINS, ROBERT J.
FIGUEIREDO, ANTONIO D.
GREGORY III, JESSE F.
GRITZALI, MIKELINA
GUYER, LAURA K.
LINDSAY, JAMES A.
LIM, LORI 0.
MARSHALL JR, MAURICE R.

MATTHEWS, RICHARD F.
MEISTER, CHARLES W.
MCGOWAN, CLAUDE
MOYE, HUGH A.
NESHEIM, OLAF N.
OTWELL, WLTER S.
ROBBINS, RALPH C.
RODRICK, GARY E.
SAMARAJEEWA, UPALI
SCHNIDT, RONALD H.
SHIREMAN, RACHEL M.
SIMS, CHARLES A.
SITREN, HARRY S.
TOTH, JOHN P.
WEI, CHENG-I


WHITNEY, SUSAN P.


O 0 0 CHMN. & PROF., TOXICOLOGY 904-392-1991 SUNCOM
X 0 PROF. FOOD PSYCHOPHYS. 392-1991
X ASSOC. PROF. DIETETICS 392-1991
X 0 PROF. HUMAN NUTR. 392-1991
O 0 ASST. PROF., FOOD ENGINEERING & PROCESSING 392-1991
O 0 0 PROF., FOOD PROC. 392-1991
X 0 ASSOC. PROF. HUMAN NUTR. 392-7553
X 0 ASSOC. PROF. BIOCHEM 392-1991
X O PROF. PEST. CHEM. 392-8001
X 0 EMINENT SCHOLAR NUTRITIONAL BIOCHEMISTRY 392-2133
X ADJ. PROF., FOOD CHEMISTRY
X 0 PROF., FOOD CHEMISTRY 392-1991
X ASSET. RES. SCI., BIO-CHEM. 392-1991
X VISITING ASST. PROF., CLINICAL DIETETICS 392-1991
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., FOOD MICROBIOLOGY 392-1991
X ASST. RES. SCI., PESTICIDE 392-1978
O 0 ASSOC. PROF., SEAFOOD CHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY
392-1991
O X PROF. POOD SCI. 392-1991
X ASSOC. RES. SCI., PESTICIDE 392-1991
X 0 ASST. PROF., TOXICOLOGY 392-1991
X 0 PROF. ANAL. CHEM PROF. ANAL. CHEM. 392-1978
X PROF., PESTICIDE INFORMATION CORRDINATOR.392-4721
X PROF., SEAFOOD TECH. 392-2558
X ASSOC. PROF. HUMAN NUTR. 392-8031
O 0 ASSOC. PROF. FOOD MICROBIOLOGY 392-1991
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., TOXICOLOGIST
O X PROF., DAIRY TECHNOLOGIST 392-8003
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY 392-1991
X 0 ASST. PPOF., ENOLOGIST 392-1991
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN NUTRITION 392-1991
X O ASST. RES. SCI., ANALYTICAL CHEM. 392-1989
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., FOOD TOXICOL. 392-1991
622-1991
X ASST. EXT. SCI., PESTICIDE 392-4721


SCHOOL OF FOREST RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION


MACE JR, ARNETT C.


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


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


DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY

REID, CHARLES P.

ABT, ROBERT C.
ARVANITIS, LOUKAS G.
BLAKESLEE JR, GEORGE M.
DIPPON, DUANE R.
DURYEA, MARY L.
EOFF, KAY M.
EWEL, KATHERINE C.
FLINCHUM, DAVID M.
GHOL2, HENRY L.
GOPIKUMAR, KUNNAMBATH
GROSENBAUGH, LEWIS R.
JOHNSON, JON D.
JOKELA, ERIC J.
KOSSUTH, SUSAN N.

LESNEY, MARK S.
LONG, ALAN J.
MILLER, THOMAS

NEARY, DANIEL G.

PYWELL, NANCY A.
RIEKERK, HANS
ROCKWOOD, DONALD L.
SCHMIDT, ROBERT A.
SQUILLACE, ANTHONY E.
SWINDEL, BENEE F.

WEBB, ROGER S..
WHITE, TIMOTHY L.


CHMN. & PROF. ECOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY 392-1850 SUNCOM
622-1850
O X ASST. PROF. FOREST ECONOMICS 392-1850
X 0 PROF., MENSURATION BIOMETRICS 392-1850
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., FOR PATH 392-4826
O X ASSOC. PROF., FOREST MGT. 392-1850
O X ASST. PROF., TREE PHYSIOL./REFORESTATION 392-5420
X ADJ. ASST. PROF., ALTERNATE ENERGY SOURCES 392-5806
X 0 PROF., ECOLOGY 392-4851
X O ASSOC. PROF., FOR. MGT. EXT. SPEC. 392-5420
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., FOR. ECOL. 392-4851
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., TREE NUTRITION
ADJ. PROF., FOREST MENSURATION 392-1791
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., TREE PHYSIOLOGY 392-4851
O X ASST. PROF., SILVICULTURE 392-1850
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., FOR. PHYSIOL., GENET., SE FOR.
EXP. STA., OLUSTEE
X ASST. PROF., FOREST BIO-TECHNOLOGY 392-4851
O X ASSOC. PROF., FOREST OPERATIONS 392-1850
ADJ. PROF., PLANT PATH., USFS, SE FOR. EXP. STA.,
GAINESVILLE
X ADJ. PROF., FOREST SOILS, SE FOREST EXP. STA.,
GAINESVILLE 392-1951
X ASST. PROF., NAT. RESOURCES EDUC. 392-5420
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., FOR. HYDROLOGY 392-5420
X 0 PROF., FOREST GENET. 392-1850
X 0 PROF., FOR. PATH. 392-4826
ADJ. PROF., GENETICS, USFS SE FOR. EXP. STA.
ADJ. PROF. BIOMETRY SE FOR. EXP. STA.,
GAINESVILLE, FL
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., FOREST PATH. 392-4826
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., FOREST GENETICS 392-1850


DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES


COLLOPY, MICHAEL W.

BEISSINGER, STEVEN R.
COLLAZO, JAIME A.
CONNER, MARK C.
EGBERT, ALLAN L.
EISENBERG, JOHN F.
FREDERICK, PETER C.
HARRIS, LAWRENCE D.
LABISKY, RONALD F.
LEFEBVRE, LYNN W.
LEWIS, CLIFFORD E.

LINCER, JEFFREY L.
MARION, WAYNE R.
MYERS, NORMAN
NELLIS, DAVID W.
NICHOLS, JAMES D.
O'SHEA, THOMAS J.
PERCIVAL, HENRY F.

REDFORD, KENT H.
ROBINSON, JOHN G.

SCHAEFER, JOSEPH M.
STRAHL, STUART D.
TANNER, GEORGE W.


CHMN. & ASSOC. PROF. RAPTOR & WADING BIRD ECOLOGY
904-392-4851 SUNCOM 622
ADJ. ASST. PROF.,RAPTOR ECOLOGY
ADJ. ASST. PROF., ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
ADJ. ASST. PROF., POPULATION ECOLOGY
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., WILDLIFE ECOLOGY
ORDWAY PROF., ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION 392-1721
ADJ. ASST. PROF., WETLAND ECOLOGY
O PROF., WILDLIFE LANDSCAPE DESIGN 392-4851
O PROF., WILDLIFE ECOLOGY & MGT. 392-4851
ADJ. ASST. PROF. MAMMAL DAMAGE CONTROL
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., SE FOR. EXP. STA. FOREST-RANGE
MGT. 392-4826
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., ECOLOGY
O ASSOC. PROF., AVIAN ECOLOGY 392-5420
ADJ. PROF. TROPICAL FOREST CONSERVATION
ADJ. ASST. PROF. WILDLIFE ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., WILDLIFE BIOLOGY
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., MAMMALIAN BEHAVIOR AND ECOLOGY
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., FLA. COOP. FISH & WILDLIFE
RES. UNIT WETLANDS WILDLIFE
ASST. PROF., TROPICAL CONSERVATION 392-4851
O ASSO. PROF., TROPICAL WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
392-4851
X ASST. PROF., URBAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 392-4851
ADJ. ASST. PROF., ZOOLOGIST
O ASSOC. PROF., RANGE ECOLOGY & MGT. 392-5420














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


DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE


SHIREMAN, JEROME V.
CAMPTON, JR., DONALD E.
CANFIELD JR, DANIEL E.
CICHRA, CHARLES E.
CLUGSTON, JAMES P.
FUNICELLI, NICHOLAS A.
GILBERT, CARTER R.
GOUDIE, CHERYL A.
GRIMES, CHURCHILL B.
HALLER, WILLIAM T.
KITCHENS, WILEY M.
LINDBERG, WILLIAM J.
MARSTON, ROBERT Q.
MCIVOR, CAROLE C.
PHLIPS, EDWARD J.

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


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

ASSOC. PROF., LIMNOLOGY 392-9617
X ASST. PROF., FISHERY MGT. 392-9617
ADJ. PROF., FISH AND WILDLIFE
ADJ. ASST. PROF., FISHERIES BIOLOGY
JOINT ASSOC. CURATOR, ICHTHYOLOGY
ADJ. ASST. PROF., REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., MARINE ECOLOGY
O PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS 392-9613
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., WETLAND ECOLOGY
O ASST. PROF., MARINE CRUSTACEAN BIOLOGY 392-9617
ADJ. PROF., FISHERIES 392-9617
ADJ. ASST. PROF., ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
ASST. PROF., MARINE BIOMASS & MICROBIAL
PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY 392-9617
O EMINENT SCHOLAR 392-9613
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., FISHERIES
X PROF., AQUACULTURE SPECIALIST


DEPARTMENT OF 4-H AND OTHER YOUTH PROGRAMS


FISHER, SUSANNE G.
BEAULIEU, LIONEL J.
CANTRELL, MYRLA J.
GREENAWALT, THOMAS C.
HILLIKER, STEPHEN A.
NORTHROP, JAMES C.
RUTLEDGE JR, JOHN A.
SHEPARD, CLINTON L.

DEPARTMENT OF FRUIT CROPS

JACKSON, LARRY K.

ALI-DINAR, HASSAN M.
ALLEN JR, LEON H.
BARRETT, HERBERT C.
BAUSHER, MICHAEL G.
BIGGS, ROBERT H.
CHILDERS, NORMAN F.
CLIME, KENNETH C.
CROCKER, TIMOTHY E.
DARNELL, REBECCA L.
DAVIES, FREDERICK S.
FERGUSON, JAMES J.
GERBER, JOHN F.

HEARN, CHARLES J.
HUTCHISON, DONALD J.
KNIGHT JR, ROBERT J.
KOCH, KAREN E.
LEOPOLD, ALDO C.
LYRENE, PAUL M.
MALO, SIMON E.
MARTSOLF JR, J D.
MCDONALD, ROY E.
MOORE, GLORIA A.
PARSONS, LARRY R.

SHERMAN, WAYNE B.
SINCLAIR, THOMAS R.
TUCKER, DAVID P.

WARDOWSKI, W. F.

WILLIAMSON, JEFFREY G.
WUTSCHER, HEINZ K.
YELENOSKY, GEORGE


O X
O X
X
X
X
X
X


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


CHMN. AND PROF., CITRUS SPEC. 904-392-4711 SUNCOM
622-4711
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
X ADJ. PROF., MICROCLIMATOL. AND ENV. PHYS. 392-6180
X ADJ. PROF., GENET. AND PLANT BRDG.
ADJ. ASST. PROF., PHYS. ORLANDO 407-897-7300
X O PROF., BIOCHEM. 392-6888
ADJ. PROF., DECIDE. FRUITS 392-1753
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., BIOCHEM. AND MOLEC. BIOL. 392-1752
SX PROF., DECIDE. FRUIT SPEC. 392-1996
X 0 ASST. PROF., DECIDE. FRUIT 392-0965
X 0 PROF., ENV. PHYS. 392-0790
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., CITRUS SPEC. 392-1996
AFFL. PROF. & DIR. BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH INST.
904-462-3904
ADJ. PROF., GENET. AND PLANT BRDG. 407-897-7300
X ADJ. PROF., GENET. AND PLANT BRDG. 407-897-7300
ADJ. PROF., HORT., MIAMI 305-238-9321
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PHYS. 392-1658
X ADJ. PROF., PLANT PHYS.
X 0 PROF., DECIDE. FRUIT BRDG. AND GENET. 392-1042
ADJ. PROF., HOR.,HONDURAS
O 0 0 PROF., CLIMATOLOGY 392-4968
X ADJ. PROF., POSTHARVEST, ORLANDO 407-897-7300
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., FRUIT BRDG. & GENET 392-7593
O X PROF., WATER RESOURCES, LAKE ALFRED SUNCOM
533-1218
X 0 0 PROF., DECIDE. FRUIT BRDG. 392-1024
ADJ. PROF., ENV. PHYS. 392-6180
X 0 PROF., CITRUS SPEC., LAKE ALFRED SUNCOM
533-1201
X PROF., AREA CITRUS SPEC., LAKE ALFRED SUNCOM
533-1255
O X ASST. PROF., CITRUS SPEC. 392-1996
X ADJ. PROF., HORT. ORLANDO 407-897-7300
ADJ. PROF., HORT., ORLANDO 407-897-7300

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


DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS

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

COOK, LINDA D. X
HACKLER, RUTH N. X
HAMMER, MARIE S. K
HARRISON, MARY N. X
MURPHY, LIZETTE L. X
PART, MARY V. O X
RATHER, CAROLE O X
ROOKS-WEIR, EVELYN A. X
SMITH, SUZANNA D. O X
SWISHER, MARILYN E. X

TAYLOR, BARBARA E. X
TORRES, NAYDA I. 0
WAGNER, PATRICIA A. X
WARREN, GLENDA L. X

DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY AND CELL SCIENCE

HOFFMANN, EDWARD M.

ACHEY, PHILLIP M. O
ALDRICH, HENRY C. X
ALTERTHUM, FLAVIO X
COLEMAN, SYLVIA E. X
DAVIS JR, FRANCIS C. O
DUGGAN, DENNIS E. 0
FARRAH, SAMUEL R. X
GANDER, JOHN E. X
GURLEY, WILLIAM B. X
INGRAM, LONNIE 0. X
JENSEN, ROY A. X

JOHNSON, HOWARD M. X
PRESTON III, JAMES F. X

PREVIC, EDWARD P. O

SCHMIDT, ROBERT R. X

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


DEPARTMENT OF ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE

SHEEHAN, THOMAS J.
BARRETT, JAMES E. X
BLACK, ROBERT J. X
CARPENTER JR, WILLIAM J. X
CISAR, JOHN L. O X
DEHGAN, BIJAN 0
DUDECK, ALBERT E. X
GILMAN, EDWARD F. 0
GUY, CHARLES L. X

HENLEY, RICHARD W. 0 X
INGRAM, DEWAYNE L. O X
KANE, MICHAEL E. X
KNOX, GARY W. X


DIR. AND PROF. 904-392-1778 SUNCOM 622-1778
ASST. PROF., FOODS & NUTRITION
ASST. PROF., FOODS & NUTRITION 392-2030
ASSOC. PROF., LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT & ADULT
EDUC. 392-1987
ASSOC. PROF., HOME ECON. EFNEP 392-2090
PROF., CLOTHING & TEXTILES 392-1945
ASSOC. PROF., HOME ENVIRN. SPEC. 392-1945
PROF., CONSUME. EDUC. 392-1868
ASSOC. PROF., CONSUMER FOOD MKT.
ASSOC. PROF., HOUSING 392-7087
ASST. PROF., FAMILY & CONSUMER ECON.
ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN DEV. 392-2201
ASST. PROF., HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 392-2202
ASSOC. RES. SCI AND DIR., IN'TL. PROG.
392-1965
PROF., PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT 392-2201
ASSOC. PROF., FAMILY & CONSUMER ECONOMICS 392-1869
ASSOC. PROF., HUMAN NUTRITION 392-1839
ASSOC. PROF., FOODS AND NUTRITION EFNEP 392-0404



CHMN. AND PROF., IMMUNOLOGY & COMPLEMENT
904-392-1906 SUNCOM 622-1906
X PROF., RADIATION BIOLOGY 392-1439
O PROF., BIOLOGICAL ULTRASTRUCTURE 392-1096
ADJ. PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY
ADJ. ASST. PROF., BACTERIOLOGY
X ASSOC. PROF., BIOCHEM. OF DEVELOPMENT 392-1179
X ASSOC. PROF., MICROBIAL GENETICS 392-1186
O ASSOC. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY 392-5925
O PROF., 392-1906
O ASSOC. PROF., PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 392-4909
O PROF., MICROBIAL & CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY 392-5924
0 PROF., BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS IN MICROORGANISMS &
PLANTS 392-9677
GRAD. RES. PROF., 392-1906
0 PROF., STRUCTURE FUNCTION OF PLANT PROTEIN TOXINS
392-5923
X ASSOC. PROF., MICROBIAL PATHOGENS OF PLANT PESTS
392-5926
GRAD. RES. PROF., GENE-ENZYME REGULATION,
METABOLIC CONTROL 392-0237
O ASSOC. PROF., BACTERIAL PHYSIOLOGY 392-2490
O PROF., MICROBIAL ECOLOGY 392-5922
X ASSOC. PROF., PARASITOLOGY AND PROTOZOOLOGY
392-1192



CHMN. AND PROF., FLOR. 904-392-1829 SUNCOM 622-1829
O PROF., WOODY ORNAM. & FLOR. 392-7931
ASSOC. PROF., EXT. URBAN HORTICULTURIST 392-1835
O PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS 392-7943
ASST. PROF., TURF/WATER MGT. 305-475-8990
O PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS 392-7941
O PROF., TURF 392-7939
O ASST. PROF., PLANT ENVIRONMENT 392-7934
O ASST. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
392-7934
PROF., FOLIAGE 392-9359
PROF., WOODY ORNAM. 392-7942
O ASST. PROF., TISSUE CULTURE 392-7937
ASST. PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS, WATER MGT. SPEC.
392-9090


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


MAROUSKY, FRANCIS J.
MCCARTY, LAMBERT B.

MCCONNELL, DENNIS B.
MEEROW, ALAN W.

NELL, TERRILL A.
VERKADE, STEPHEN D.

YEAGER, THOMAS


DEPARTMENT OF PLANT PATHOLOGY


AGRIOS, GEORGE N.
ALMEIDA, ROGERIO
BARNARD, EDWARD L.
BARTZ, JERRY A.
BERGER, RICHARD D.
BROWN, LAWRENCE G.
CHARUDATTAN, RAGHAVAN
CHOUREY, PREM S.

GABRIEL, DEAN W.
GARNSEY, STEPHEN M.
GOTTWALD, TIMOTHY R.
HIEBERT, ERNEST
KIMBROUGH, JAMES W.
KISTLER, HAROLD C.

KUCHAREK, THOMAS A.
MARTIN, FRANK N.

MCRITCHIE, JOHN J.
MILLER, JOHN W.
MITCHELL, DAVID J.
NIBLETT, CHARLES L.
SPRING, DARYL R.

PURCIFULL, DAN E.
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.
MILLER, ROBERT F.
OUART, MICHAEL D.
SHUMARD, RAYMOND F.
WILSON, HENRY R.


X ADJ. PROF., FLOR. POSTHARVEST 392-7936
O X ASST. PROF., TURFGRASS PRODUCTION AND
MAINTENANCE 392-7938
0 0 PROF., FOLIAGE 392-7933
X 0 ASST. PROF., URBAN HORTICULTURE, FT. LAUDERDALE
305-475-8990
X 0 PROF., FLOR. 392-7933
O X ASST. PROF., TEACHING/EDUCATION, FT. LAUDERDALE
305-475-8990
0 X ASSOC. PROF., WOODY ORNAM. 392-7940



CHMN. & PROF. 904-392-8673 SUNCOM 622-8673
X ADJ. PROF., MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI
X ADJ. ASST. PROF., FOREST PATHOLOGIST
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., POST HARVEST DISEASES 392-7247
X 0 PROF., PLANT DISEASE EPIDEMIOLOGY 392-7234
X ADJ. ASST. PROF., PLANT DISEASE
X 0 PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF WEEDS 392-7240
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., GENE REGULATION, TISSUE
CULTURE 392-7237
X 0 ASST. PROF., BACTERIAL/PLANT INTERACTIONS 392-7239
X ADJ. PROF., CITRUS VIRUS
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., HOST-PATHOGEN
X PROF., VIROLOGY 392-7246
X PROF., MYCOLOGY 392-2158
S O0 ASST. PROF., PHYSIOLOGY OF HOST-PARASITE
INTERACTIONS 392-9241
O X PROF., FIELD CROP & VEGETABLE DISEASES 392-1980
X ASST. PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL, SOIL-BORNE PLANT
PATHOGENS 392-7241
X ADJ. ASST. PROF., DISEASE CONTROL
X ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATHOGENIC BACTERIA
X 0 PROF., BIO. OF SOIL-BORNE PATHOGENS 392-7242
O 0 0 PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY 392-3633
X ADJ. PROF., MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF CORN & SORGHUM
DISEASES 392-3638
X PROF., VIROLOGY 392-3637
X PROF., DISEASES OF SUGARCANE & CACAO 392-7235
O 0 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 0 PROF., BAC. PLANT PATHOGENS 392-7244
X 0 PROF., VIROLOGY 392-7245



CHM. & ASSOC. PROF. 904-392-1931 SUNCOM 622-1931
O X PROF., SUPERVISOR, FLA POULTRY EVAL CTR, CHIPLEY
904-638-0588
X 0 0 PROF., POULTRY NUTRITION 392-1931
O X PROF., EXT. POULTRYMAN 392-1931
X 0 GRAD. RES. PROF., POULTRY NUTR. 392-1931
X 0 PROF., POULTRY PROD. TECH. 392-1931
O 0 0 ASSOC. PROF. POULTRY PHYSIOL. 392-1931
X 0 PROF., POULTRY NUTRITION AND MGT. 392-1931
X ADJ. VISITING PROF., POULTRY NUTRITION 392-1931
O X ASSOC. PROF., EXTENSION POULTRYMAN 392-1931
X ADJ. PROF., POULTRY SCI.
i 0 0 PROF. POULTRY PHYSIOL. 392-1931


DEPARTMENT OF SOIL SCIENCE


MCNEAL, BRIAN L.


CHMN. OF DEPT. AND PROF., SOIL CHEMISTRY
(904-392-1803) (SUNCOM 622-1803)


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


ARNOLD, RICHARD W.

BLUE, WILLIAM G.
BROWN, RANDALL B.
CARLISLE, VICTOR W.
CHAUDHRY, GHULAM R.
COLLINS, MARY E.

COMERFORD, NICHOLAS 8.
FISKELL, JOHN G. A.
GRAETZ, DONALD A.
HAAS, JERRY H.
HAMMOND, LUTHER C.
HANLON, EDWARD A.
HARRIS, WILLIE G.
HORNSBY, ARTHUR G.
HSIEH, YUCH P.

HUBBELL, DAVID H.
JOHNSTON, CLIFFORD T.
JORGE, JOSE A.
KIDDER, GERALD
MANSELL, ROBERT S.

MYHRE, DONALD L.

NKEDI-KIZZA, PETER
OU, LI-TSI

RAO, PALAKURTHI S.
REDDY, KONDA R.
RHUE, ROY 0.

ROTHWELL, DONALD F.

SARTAIN, JERRY B.
STONE JR, EARL L.
STREET, JIMMY J.

SYLVIA, DAVID M.


X

x

x
X
x

x
x
x
x
x
0
x
0
X

x
X
x

x

x

x
x
X










x
X











x
x






x
X



X
X


DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS

SCHEAFFER, RICHARD L.
CHEW, VICTOR
CORNELL, JOHN A.

LITTELL, RAMON C.

MARTIN, FRANK G.

PORTIER, KENNETH M.

DEPARTMENT OF VEGETABLE CROPS

CANTLIFFE, DANIEL J.

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

HALL, CHESLEY B.


x



x








x
x
x
x
x
x


ADJ. PROF., PEDOLOGY GENESIS & CLASSIFICATION,
COOP. USDA-SCS
O PROF., SOIL FERTILITY FORAGES 392-1804
X 0 ASSOC. PROF., EXT. SOILS SPEC. LAND USE 392-1951
0 PROF., PEDOLOGY GENESIS AND CLASSIFICATION 392-1951
0 ASST. PROF., ENVIRON. MICROBIOLOGY 392-1951
O ASSOC. PROF., PEDOLOGY GENESIS & CLASSIFICATION
392-1951
0 ASSOC. PROF., SOIL FERTILITY FOREST SOILS 392-1951
PROF., SOIL BIOCHEMISTRY 392-1951
0 ASSOC. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY 392-1804
ADJ. PROF., PLANT SOIL MICROBES
PROF., SOIL PHYSICS WATER RELATIONS 392-1951
X ASST. PROF., SOIL MANAGEMENT 392-1804
0 ASST. PROF., SOIL GENESIS & MINERALOGY 392-1951
X PROF., SOIL PHYSICS, SOIL WATER MGT. 392-1951
O ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., SOIL GENESIS & MINERALOGY,
FLORIDA A&M
0 PROF. SOIL MICROBIOLOGY RHIZOSPHERE 392-1951
O ASST. PROF., SOIL PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 392-9063
ADJ. PROF., PLANT NUTRITION
X PROP., SOIL TEST INTERPRETATIONS 392-1951
0 PROF., SOIL PHYSICS, WATER AND NUTRIENT MOVEMENT
392-1951
0 PROF., SOIL CHEMISTRY, SOIL PLANT WATER REACTIONS
392-1804
0 ASST. PROF., SOIL PHYSICS/MANAGEMENT 392-1951
ASSOC. RES. SCI., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY
PESTICIDE DEGRADATION 392-1978
0 PROF., SOIL PHYSICS, SOIL WATER RELATIONS 392-1951
0 PROF., SOIL BIOCHEMISTRY 392-1804
O ASSOC. PROF., SOIL PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY & GRAD.
COORD. 392-1951'
X PROF., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY & UNDERGRADUATE COORD.
392-1951
0 0 PROF., SOIL FERTILITY TURF & ORNAMENTALS 392-1804
ADJ. PROF., FOREST SOILS 392-1951
0 ASSOC. PROF., SOIL CHEMISTRY MICRONUTRIENTS
392-1951
0 ASST. PROF., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY MYCORRHIZAE
392-9404



CHMN. AND PROF. 904-392-1941 SUNCOM 622-1941
ADJ. PROF., LEAST SQUARES & REGRESSION ANALYSIS
PROF., DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS, EXPERIMENTS WITH
MIXTURES
PROF., THEORY OF INFERENCE, STATISTICAL
COMPUTING
PROF., DESIGN & ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS,
STATISTICAL GENETICS
O ASSOC. PROF., ENVIRONMENTAL STATISTICS 392-1946



CHMN. OF DEPT. AND PROF., SEED PHYSIOLOGY
904-392-1928 SUNCOM 622-1928
O PROF. SHORT PLANT BREEDING 392-7922
O ASSET. PROF., VEGETABLE PRODUCTION 392-5017
O ASSOC. PROF., POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY 392-7914
O ASST. PROF., MOLECULAR GENETICS 392-7920
ASST RES. SCI. 392-1193
0 ASSOC. PROF., BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 392-6283
X ASSOC. PROF. POST. HARVEST PHYSIOLOGY, VEG.
COMPOSITION 392-7915
PROF., PHYSIOLOGY 392-4925














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


HANNAH, LARKIN C. X 0 PROF. HORT., BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS 392-7919
HOCHMUTH, GEORGE J. O X ASSOC. PROP., EXT. VEG. SPEC. NUTRITION 392-7912
HUBER, DONALD J. X 0 ASSOC. PROF., POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY 392-7923
HUMPHREYS, THOMAS E. X 0 PROF. HORT., PHYSIOLOGY 392-7783
KARCHI, ZVI X ADJ. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 392-9905
KOSTEWICZ, STEPHEN R. O 0 ASSOC. PROF., CROP PRODUCTION 392-7921
LOCASCIO, SALVADORE J. X 0 PROF., HERBICIDES AND NUTRITION 392-7917
MARLOWE JR, GEORGE A. X ADJ. PROF., VEG. CROPS
MAYNARD, DONALD N. X PROF. VEG. CROPS SPEC., GCREC-BRADENTON
813-755-1568
MCCARTY, DONALD R. X 0 ASST. PROF., SEED PHYSIOLOGY 392-9087
OLSON, STEPHEN M. 0 X ASSOC. PROF., VEG. CROPS SPEC. NFREC-QUINCY
392-5230
ROBITAILLE, HENRY A. ADJ. PROF. HORT. -EPCOT
SARGENT, STEVEN A. O X ASST. PROF., POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGIST 392-7911
STALL, WILLIAM M. O X PROF., EXTENSION VEGETABLE SPECIALIST, WEED
CONTROL 392-7913
STEPHENS, JAMES M. X PROF., VEGETABLE CROPS SPECIALIST 392-7916
VALLEJOS, CARLOS E. X 0 ASST. PROF., PHYSIOLOGICAL GENETICS 392-7924
VASIL, INDRA K. X 0 GRAD. RES. PROF. 392-1193
VASIL, VIMLA X RES. SCI. 392-1193

COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE IFAS

ADMINISTRATION

ASBURY, ATWOD C. ACTING DEAN & PROF., EQUINE REPRO. 392-2381
BLOOMBERG, MARK S. DEPT. CHM., ASSOC. PROF., ACTING CHIEF OF STAFF
SAMLL ANIMAL CLINIC 392-474
BRAUN, R K. DEPT. CHM., PROF., CHIEF OF STAFF LARGE ANIMAL
CLINIC 392-4741
GRONWALL, RONALD R. INTERIM EXEC. ASSOC. DEAN 392-2381
HIMES, JAMES A. ASSOC. DEAN'AND PROF. FOR STUDENT & INSTRUCTION
392-4871
KOSCH, PHILIP C. ASSOC. DEAN AND PROF. FOR GRADUATE STUDIES &
RESEARCH 392-4808
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

HARVEY, JOHN W. ACTING CHM. & PROF., 904-392-0921 SUNCOM 622-0921
HARBISON, RAYMOND 0 X PROF., TOXICOLOGY 462-3281
PALMORE, WILLIAM P. 0 0 ASSOC. PROF., PHYSIOLOGY 392-0921
SUNDLOF, STEPHEN F. X O ASSOC. PROF., TOXICOLOGY 392-1841

DEPARTMENT OF COMPARATIVE AND EXPERIMENTAL PATHOLOGY

BUERGELT, CLAUS D. ACTING CHMN., & ASSOC. PROF., BOVINE
PARATUBERCULOSIS 392-1195


DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL SCIENCES

RAE, DARRELL O.

DEPARTMENT OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES

BURRIDGE, MICHAEL J.

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


X O ASST. PROF., BEEF CATTLE 392-5672


O CHM. & PROF., EPIDEMIOLOGY 904-392-1841 SUNCOM
622-1841
O PROF., PARASITOL. 392-1841
O ASST. PROF., MYCOPLASMOLOGY 392-1841
O ASSOC. PROP., PARASITOLOGY 392-1841
ASST. PROF., MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 392-1841
O PROF., WILDLIFE PARASITOL. 392-1841
O ASSOC., PROF., MICROBIOLOGY 392-1841
PROF., VIROLOGY 392-1841
ASSOC, PROF., PARASITOL. 392-1841
O PROF., MICROBIOLOGY 392-1841
ASST. PROF., MOLECULAR VIROLOGY 392-1841


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


DEPARTMENT OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE


BUTCHER, GARY D.
DONOVAN, GERALD A.

FRANCIS-FLOYD, RUTH
LANE, THOMAS J.

RICHEY, EDDIE J,
SHEARER, JAN K.


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


DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL CLINICAL SERVICES


CARDEILHAC, PAUL T.


PROF., FISH, ALLIGATOR REPRODUCTION 392-2977


CENTRAL FLORIDA RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER APOPKA


CONOVER, CHARLES A.

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


CTR. DIR. & PROF., ORNAM. HORT. 407-889-4161
SUNCOM 352-7272 392-9359
PROF., PLANT PATH.
X PROF., EXT. FOLIAGE SPEC.
PROP. ORNAM. HORT.
PROF., ENT.
PROF. PLANT PHYSIOL.
O ASSOC. PROF. ORN. HORT.


EVERGLADES RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER BELLE GLADE


WADDILL, VAN H.


ALVAREZ, JOSE
ANDERSON, DAVID L.
CHERRY, RONALD H.
COALE, FRANK J.
DATNOFF, LAWRENCE E.
DEREN, CHRISTOPHER W.
DUSKY, JOAN A.
IZUNO, FORREST T.
JONES, DAVID B.
*MILLER, JIMMY D.
NAGATA, RUSSELL T.
ORSENIGO, JOSEPH R.
PORTER, PAUL S.
RAID, RICHARD N.
SANCHEZ, CHARLES A.
SNYDER, GEORGE H.
SOSA JR, OMELIO
TAX, PETER Y.
WOLF, EMIL A.


CTR. DIR., AND PROF., 407-996-3062 SUNCOM
250-1110
X PROF., AGR. ECON. FARM MANAGEMENT 250-1142
ASSOC. PROF., SUGARCANE 250-1161
ASSOC. PROF., ENT., SUGARCANE 250-1117
X ASST. PROF., EXT. AGRONOMIST 250-1160
ASST. PROF., PLANT PATHOLOGY 250-1148
ASST. PROF., SUGARCANE GENETICIST 250-1166
ASSOC. PROF., WEED SCI. 250-1139
X ASST. PROF., WATER MGT. 250-1171
ASSOC. PROF., AGRON. RICE 250-1118
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., PLANT GENET. SUGARCANE
ASST. PROF., PLANT BREEDER/GENETICIST 250-1115
ADJ. PROF., SUGARCANE
ASST. PROF., WATER QUALITY 250-1150
O ASST. PROF., PLANT PATH. 250-1147
ASST. PROF., HORT. VEG. CROPS 250-1119
PROF. SOIL CHEM. 250-1111
ADJ. ASST. PROF. ENT. SUGARCANE
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., GENET. SUGARCANE
PROF. HORT. VEG. CROPS 250-1114


GULF COAST RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER BRADENTON


WATERS, WILLIE E.


X


CLARK, GARY A.
CSIZINSZKY, ALEXANDER A.
ENGELHARD, ARTHUR W.
GERALDSON, CARROLL M.
GILREATH, JAMES P.
HARBAUGH, BRENT K.
JONES, JEFFREY 8.
JONES, JOHN P.
KRING, JAMES 8.
PREVATT, JAMES W.
PRICE, JAMES F.
SCHUSTER, DAVID J.


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. SHORT.
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATH. ORN. VEG.
PROF. PLANT PATH. VEG.
ADJ. PROF., APHID. ECOLOGY
X ASSOC. PROF., EXT. ECONOMIST
ASSOC. PROF. ENTOMOL. ORNAM.
PROF., ENTOMOL. VEG


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


SCOTT, JOHN W.
STANLEY, CRAIG D.
WILFRET, GARY J.
WOLTZ, SHREVE S.


x
X
X 0


ASSOC. PROF., VEG. BREEDING
ASSOC. PROF., WATER-SOIL RELATIONS
PROF. GENET. ORN.
PROF. PLANT PHYSIOL. ORN. VEG.


AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER BROOKSVILLE


ADAMS, ERVIN L.
BUTTS, JR., WILL T.
HAMMOND, ANDREW C.


ADJ. ASST. PROF., RUMINANT NUTRITION
ADJ. PROF., RESEARCH GENETICIST
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. LAUERDALE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER FT. LAUDERDALE


BUCHANAN, DAVID W.
BALCIUNAS, JOSEPH K.
BROSCHAT, TIMOTHY K.
BUSY, PHILIP
CISAR, JOHN L.
DAVIS, MICHAEL J.
DONSELMAN, HENRY M.
ELLIOTT, MONICA L.
ENNIS JR., WILLIAM S.
FITZPATRICK, GEORGE E.
GIBLIN-DAVIS, ROBIN M.
HARRISON,- NIGEL A.
HAYDU, JOHN J.
HOWARD, FORREST W.
MEEROW, ALAN W.
SCHEFFRAHN, RUDOLF H.
STEWARD, KERRY K.
SU, NAN-YAO
SUTTON, DAVID L.
TSAI, JAMES H.
VANDIVER JR, VERNON V.
VERKADE, STEPHEN D.


x
x
x
0
x

x

x
x
x
0
x

x

x
X
X
X0




O


CTR. DIR. AND PROF., 305-475-8990 SUNCOM 444-1011
ASST. RES. SCI., ENT. BIOCONTROL
ASSOC. PROF., TROPICAL ORNAM.
ASSOC. PROF., TURFBREEDER
X ASST. PROF., TURFGRASS
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATHOLOGY
X ASSOC. PROF., PALM CULTURE
0 ASST. PROF., DISEASE OF TURGRASSES
PROF., HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS COORD.
O ASSOC. PROF., WATER ENVIRONMENT CONTROL
ASST. PROF., NEMATOLOGIST
ASST. PROF., DISEASES OF TROPICAL ORNAMENTALS
X ASST. PROF., MARKETING ORN. SHORT. PRODUCTS.
ASSOC. PROF. ENT., ORNAM.
X 0 ASST. PROF. FOLIAGE AND NURSERY CROPS
ASST. PROF., ENT. STRUCTURAL AND HOUSEHOLD PESTS
ADJ. ASST. PLANT PHYSIOL., AQUATIC WEEDS
ASSOC. PROF., ENT. STRUCTURAL & HOUSEHOLD PESTS
PROF., AQUATIC WEEDS
PROF., DISEASE VECTORS
O ASSOC. PROF., AQUATIC WEED SCIENTIST
O X ASST. PROF., TEACHING EXTENSION


AGRICULTURE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER FT. PIERCE


CALVERT, DAVID V.

BOMAN, BRIAN J.
BROLMANN, JOHN 8.
BULLOCK, ROBERT C.
KRETSCHMER JR, ALBERT E.
POWELL, CHARLES A.
SONODA, RONALD M.
STOFFELLA, PETER J.


x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
X


X


CTR. DIR. AND PROF., SOIL CHEM.; CITRUS
407-468-3922 SUNCOM 240-3922
ASST. PROF., AGR. ENGINEERING CITRUS IRRIGATION
ASSOC. PROF. AGRON. LEGUME BRDR.
ASSOC. PROF. ENT. CITRUS
PROF. AGRON. PASTURE
ASST. PROF., PLANT PATH. CITRUS/VEG.
PROF. PLANT PATH. CITRUS
ASSOC. PROF., HORT. VEG. CROPS


AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION 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.


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UNIT
NAME


RES EXT TCH RANK/AREA OF SPECIALIZATION/TELEPHONE


TROPICAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER HOMESTEAD

BARANOWSKI, RICHARD M. X C
4
BRYAN, HERBERT H. X E
DAVENPORT, THOMAS L. X A
DAVIS, MICHAEL J. X

JANSSON, RICHARD K. X A
LITZ, RICHARD E. X
MCMILLAN JR, ROBERT T. X A
NARAYANAN, KOMARATCHI R. X A
OHAIR, STEPHEN K. X A
PENA, JORGE E. X A
PLOETZ, RANDY C. X P
POHRONEZNY, KENNETH L. X
SCHAFFER, BRUCE A. X A

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER IMMOKA

ARNOLD, CALVIN E. O 0 C
S
HOLCOMB, EDGAR D. X E
OBREZA, THOMAS A. X 0 A
PITTS, DONALD J. O X A
VAVRINA, CHARLES S. 0 X

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER JAY

PEACOCK, HUGH A. X C
9

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

CITRUS RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER LAKE ALFRED

KENDER, WALTER J. C

ALBRIGO, LEO G. X 0 O
ANDERSON, CARL A. X A
ATTAWAY, JOHN A. A
BLAZQUEZ, CARLOS H. X A
BRADDOCK, ROBERT J. X 0 p
BRLANSKY, RONALD H. X A
BROWN, GEORGE E. A

BROWNING, HAROLD W. X A
BURNS, JACQUELINE K. X A
BUSLIG, BELA S. A
C
CARTER, ROBERT D. A
C
CASTLE, WILLIAM S. X p
CHEN, CHIN S. X p
CHILDERS, CARL C. X ;
CRANDALL, PHILIP G. X A
DAVIS, ROBERT M. X E
DERRICK, KENNETH S. X K
DUNCAN, LARRY W. X 0 A
ECHEVERRIA, EDGARDO J. X ;
EDWARDS, GEORGE J. X K
EISSENSTAT, DAVID M. X ;
SELLERS, PAUL J. A
C

GMITTER JR., FREDERICK G. X


-TR. DIR. AND PROF. ENT. 305-246-6341 SUNCOM
178-6340
'ROF. HORT., VEGETABLES
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOLOGY-BIO. CHEMISTRY
ASSOC. PROF., PLANT PATH PROCARYOTIC
'HYTOPATHOGENS, PALM DISEASES
SST. PROF., INSECT ECOLOGY
'ROF., TISSUE CULTURE OF TROPICAL FRUITS
ESSOC. PROF., VEG. AND SUBTROPICAL FRUITS
%SST. PROF., PLANT SCIENCE
SSSOC. PROF., VEG. ROOT & TUBER CROPS
SST. PROF., ENTOLOMOGIST, TROPICAL FRUITS
LSST. PROF. SOILBORNE PLANT PATHOGENS
ESSOC. PROF., EXT. PEST MANAGEMENT
SST. PROF., TROPICAL FRUIT CROPS

%LEE

TR. DIR., & PROF., FRUIT CROPS 813-657-5221
;UNCOM 721-7380 392-9664
XT. AGT. II, CITRUS, M.C.
SSST. PROF., SOIL SCIENTIST
SST. PROF., WATER MANAGEMENT
%SST. PROF., VEG. CULTURE & MANAGEMENT PRODUCTION



-TR. DIR. & PROP., PLANT BREED, 904-994-5215 OR
)04-994-7373
ISSOC. PROF., WEED SCIENCE
ASSOC. PROF., FORAGE CROP MGT.
ASSOC. PROF., FIELD CROPS NEMATOLOGIST
'ROF. SOIL SCI., FERT.



.TR. DIR. AND PROF., HORT. 813-956-1151 SUNCOM
533-1215
PROF. HORT. 533-1207
ASSOC. PROF. SOIL CHEM. 533-1294
ADJ. PROF. CHEM. FLA. DEPT. OF CITRUS 533-1246
ASSOC. PROP., REMOTE SENSING 533-1293
PROF., FOOD SCIENCE 533-1249
ASSOC. PROF. PL. PATH. 533-1300
.DJ. PROF. PLANT PATH. FLA. DEPT. OF CITRUS
533-1231
ASSOC. PROF., BIOLOGICAL CONTROL 533-1302
ASST. PROF., POST HARVEST PHYSIOLOGY 533-1238
ADJ. ASSOC. PROF., BIOCHEMISTRY FL. DEPT. OF
:ITRUS 813-293-4133
ADJ. ASSOC. RES. SCI., CHEMISTRY, FLA. DEPT. OF
:ITRUS 533-1252
PROF., HORT. 533-1259
PROF., FOOD ENGINEERING 533-1254
ASSOC. PROF. ENT. 533-1274
ASSOC. PROF. FOOD SCI. 533-1285
EXT. AGENT IV, CITRUS 533-1202
PROF., PLANT PATHOLOGY 533-1298
ASST. PROF., NEMATOLOGY 533-1299
%SST. PROF., PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 533-1238
%SST. PROF., REMOTE SENSING 533-1271
rSST. PROF., ROOT BIOLOGY 533-1276
rDJ. ASSOC. PROF., FOOD TECH, FLA. DEPT. OF
:ITRUS 533-1257
rSST. PROF., CITRUS VARIETY IMPROVEMENT 533-1301


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


GRAHAM JR, JAMES H. X ASSOC. PROF., SOIL MICROBIOLOGY 533-1297
GROSSER, JUDE W. X ASST. PROF., CELL GENETICS 533-1253
ISMAIL, MOHAMED A. ADJ. PROF. HORT. FLA. DEPT. OF CITRUS 533-1228
KNAPP JR, JOSEPH L. X PROF., ENT. EXT IPM SPEC. 533-1278
KOO, ROBERT C. X PROF. HORT. 533-1235
LEE, YOUNG S. ADJ. ASST. PROF. CHEMISTRY, FL DEPT. OF
CITRUS 533-1248
LEE, RICHARD F. X PROF., PLANT PATH. 533-1295
MCCOY JR, CLAYTON W. X PROF., ENT. 533-1281
MILLER, WILLIAM M. X PROF., AGRI. ENGINE. 533-1229
MOORE, EDWIN L. ADJ. PROF. CHEMISTRY, FL DEPT. OF CITRUS
533-1237
MURARO, RONALD P. X ASSOC. PROF., EXT AREA FARM MGT ECON. 533-1203
NAGY, STEVEN ADJ. PROF. AGR. BIOCHEM., FL DEPT. OF CITRUS
533-1275
NIGG, HERBERT N. X PROF. ENT. 533-1230
NIKDEL, SEIFOLLAH ADJ. ASST. PROF. FLA. DEPT. OF CITRUS 533-1244
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., EXT. WATER RESOURCES 533-1218
PETRUS, DONALD R. ADJ. ASST. IN CHEM. FLA. DEPT. OF CITRUS
533-1250
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. X PROF., EXTENSION HORT., AREA CITRUS SPEC.
533-1201
WARDOWSKI II, WILFRED F. X PROF., EXT. POST HARVEST HANDLING 533-1255
WHEATON, THOMAS A. X PROF. HORT. 533-1222
WHITE, JR., DONALD R. ADJ. ASST. PROF., ANALYTICAL CHEMIST FL
DEPT. OF CITRUS
WHITESIDE, JACK 0. X PROF. PLANT PATH. 533-1296
WHITNEY, JODIE D. X PROF. AGR. ENGIN. 533-1217
WIDMER, WILBUR W. ADJ. ASSET. PROF., CITRUS BIOCHEMISTRY FL
DEPT. OF CITRUS
WILSON, WILLIAM C. ADJ. PROF. PLANT PHYSIOL. FLA. DEPT. OF CITRUS
533-1245

CENTRAL FLORIDA RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER LEESBURG

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

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER MARIANNA

GORBET, DANIEL W. ASSET. DIR. AND PROF. AGRON. PEANUTS 904-594-3241
904-392-6597 SUNCOM 622-659
HEWITT, TIMOTHY D. X ASSOC. PROF., FARM MGMT. AGR. MKTG. 392-6597
MYER, ROBERT O. X O ASSOC. PROF., SWINE SCIENTIST 392-6597

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER MONTICELLO

MIZELL, RUSSELL F. ACTING ASST. DIR. AND ASSOC. PROF., ENTOMOLOGY
904-392-9090
ANDERSEN, PETER C. X O ASSOC. PROF., HORT., FRUIT CROPS 392-9090
KNOX, GARY W. X ASST. PROF., tWODY ORNAMENTALS, WATER MGT.
SPEC. 392-9090
NORCINI, JEFFREY G. X 0 ASST. PROF., WOODY ORNAMENTALS 392-9090
OUTLAW, JR., WILLIAM H. X ADJ. PROF., BIOLOGY















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


AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER ONA


PATE, FINDLAY M.

BROWN, WILLIAM F.
KALMBACHER, ROBERT S.
MISLEVY, PAUL
PITMAN, WILLIAM D,
RECHCIGL, JOHN E.


CTR. DIR. & PROF., BEFF CATTLE MGT. 813-735-1314
SUNCOM 721-7077
ASSOC. PROF., ANIMAL NUTR., FORAGE EVALUATION
PROF., RANGE MANAGEMENT AND FORAGE CROPS
PROF., PASTURE AND FORAGE CROPS AND RECLAMATION
ASSOC. PROF., PASTURE AND FORAGE-CROPS
ASST. PROF., FORAGE FERTILIZATION


NORTH FLORIDA RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER QUINCY


HERZOG, DONALD C.


BARNETT, RONALD D.
FUNDERBURK, JOSEPH E.
PRICHARD, DAVID L.
OLSON, STEPHEN 0.
ROADS, FREDERICK M.
SHOKES, FREDERICK M.
SMITH, WAYNE P.
SPRENKEL, RICHARD K.
STANLEY JR, ROBERT L.
STRONG, DONALD R.
TEARE, IWAN D.
WRIGHT, DAVID L.
ZIMET, DAVID J.


CTR. DIR., & PROF. ENT., PEST MGT., 904-627-9236
904-392-5230 SUNCOM 622-5230
PROF. AGRON., SMALL GRAINS BRDG. 392-5230
ASST. PROF., EXT. PEST MGT. 392-5230
X ASSOC. PROP. EXT. LIVSTOCK SPEC. 392-5230
X ASSOC. PROF., VEG. CROPS SPEC. 392-5230
PROF., SOIL SCIENCE, VEG. AND FIELD CROPS 392-5230
ASSOC. PROF. PLANT PATH, FIELD CROPS 392-5230
X ASSOC. PROP., DIST. EXT. DIR. 392-5230
X ASSOC. PROF., ENT., INTEGRATED PEST MGT. 392-5230
ASSOC. PROF. AGRON. FORAGE CROPS 392-5230
ADJ. PROF., BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
RES. SCI./SCHOLAR, CROP PHYSIOL 392-5230
X PROF., EXT. SPEC. FORAGE 392-5230
X ASST. PROF., FARM MGMT/PROD. ECON. & MKTG. 392-5230


CENTRAL FLORIDA RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER SANFORD


WHITE, JAMES M.


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


X
X
X
X


FLORIDA MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY LAB VERO BEACH


BAKER, RICHARD


BOROVSKY, DOV

CRAIG, JR., GEORGE B.
DAY, JONATHAN F.
KITZMILLER, JAMES B.
LINLEY, JOHN R.
LOUNIBOS, LEON P.
MONTOGMERY, JOHN R.
NAYAR, JAI K.
NIELSEN, ERIK T.
O'MEARA, GEORGE F.
REY, JORGE R.
SHROYER, DONALD A.
VANHANDEL, EMILE


X

X
X


X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X


ASST. CTR. DIR. AND ASSOC. PROF., VEG. CROPS
407-322-4134 904-392-2643
PROF., ENT., AQUATIC ENT. & ECOL.
ASSOC. PROF., ENT., VEG. CROPS, ORq.
PROF., NAMATOL. VEG. CROPS, ORN.
PROF. PLANT PATH., VEG. CROPS, ORN.



CTR. DIR. AND PROF., GENETICS & CYTOGENTICS
407-778-7200 SUNCOM 240-7200
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SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL ARTICLES


JULY 1, 1988 JUNE 30, 1989


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.



Abbas, C. A.; Bonetti, S. J. and Gander, J. 5. Isolation and Characterization of 4-0(2,4'
-Di-0-acyl-B-D-Glucopyranosyl)- Erythritol from Lipid Extracts of Penicillium charlesii G. Smith.
Lipids J.S. # 9441

Abbas, C. A.; Groves, S. and Gander, J. E. Penicillium Alkaline Protease: Isolation, Purification and
Properties. Journal of Bacteriology J.S. # 9440


Abou-Setta, M. M. and Childers, C. C. Biology of Euseius mesembrinus (Acari:Phytoseiidae): Life Tables
and Feeding Behavior on Various Tetranychid Mites on Citrus. Environmental Entomology J.S. # 9177

Abt, R. C. A Top-Down Approach to Modeling State Forest Growth Removals and Inventory. Forest Products
Journal J.S. # 9333


Abt, R. C. and Finger, W. L. Resource Policy in the Everglades Agricultural Area: A Historical and
Economic Perspective. Journal of Environmental Management J.S. # 9957

Adeyeye, 0. A. and Butler, J. F. Population Structure and Seasonal Intro-Burrow Movement of
Ornithodoros turicata Duges (Acari:Argasidae) in Gopher Tortoise Burrows. Journal of Medical Entomology
J.S. # 9358


Adjei, M. B.; Mislevy, P. and Cason, W. Influence of Cultural and Fertilizer Treatments on Pensacola
Bahiagrass Seed Production. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 9872


Adjei, M. B.; Mislevy, P.; Kalmbacher, R. S. and Busey, P. Production, Quality and Persistence of
Tropical Grasses as Influenced by Grazing Frequency. Soil and Crop Science Society J.S. # 9871

Adlerz, W. C.; Bistline, F. W.; Russo, L. W.; and Hopkins, D. L. Rate of Spread of Citrus Blight
Reduced when Leafhoppers (Homoptera:Cicadellidae) Controlled. Journal of Economic Entomology
J.S. # 9329


Agami, M. and Reddy, K. R. Inter-Relationships Between Eichhornia crassipes and Pistia stratiotes at
Various Interaction Stages. Journal of Ecology J.S. # 9667


Agami, M. and Reddy, K. R. Growth and Nutrient Storage by a Monoculture of Salvinia rotundifolia Versus
Mixed Cultures with Spirodela polyrhiza. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management J.S. 5 9849

Agami, M. and Reddy, K. R. Inter-Relationships between Eichhornia crassipes and Hydrocotyle umbellata.
Aquatic Botany J.S. 9673

Ahmad, S. and Jensen, R. A. The Utility of a Bifunctional Tryptrophan-Pathway Enzyme for the
Classification of the Herbicola-Agglomerans Complex of Bacteria. International Journal of Systematic
Bacteriology J.S. # 9224


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Ahmad, S. and Jensen, R. A. The Stable Phylogenetic Distribution of the Recently Evolved
L-Phenylalanine-Inhibited Isozyme of 3-Deoxy-D-Arabino-Heptulosonate 7-Phosphate Synthase in Enteric
Bacteria. Current Microbiology J.S. # 9603

Ahmad, S.; Wilson, A. T. and Jensen, R. A. Chorismate Mutase: Prephenate Dehydratase from
Acinetobacter Calcoeceticus: Purification, Properties and Immunological Cross-Reactivity. European
Journal of Biochemistry J.S. # 9123


Albregts, E. E.; Howard, C. M. and Chandler, C. K. Fertilizer Injection into Strawberry Fruiting Beds.
Soil & Crop Scinece Society J.S. # 9699

Albregts, E. C.; Howard, C. M.; Chandler, C. and Mitchell, R. L. Effect of Biostimulants on Fruiting of
Strawberry. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9401

Aldridge, F. J.; Marston, R. Q. and Shireman, J. V. Induced Triploids and Tetraploids in Bighead Carp,
Hypothylmichthyes nobilis. Aquaculture J.S. # 9497


Ali, A. Chironomids, Algae, and Chemical Nutrients in a Lentic System in Central Florida, USA.
Oecologica Hungarica

Ali, A. Seasonal Changes of Larval Food and Feeding of Chironomus crassicaudatus Malloch in a
Subtropical Lake. American Mosquito Control Association


J.S. # 9197



J.S. # 9953


All, A.; Weaver, M. S.and Cotsenmoyer, E. Effectiveness of Bacillus thuringiensis serovar. israelensis
(Vectobac 12 AS) and Bacillus sphaericus 2362 (ABG-6232) Against Culex spp. Mosquitoes in a Dairy
Lagoon in Central Florida.. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 10048


Allen, J. C. Patch Efficient Parasitoids, Chaos and Natural Selection. Florida Entomologist


Allen, J. C. Quasicycles and Chaos in a Temperature Driven Rust Mite Model. Ecology

Allen, Jr., L. H. Plant Responses to Rising Carbon Dioxide and Potential Interactions with Air
Pollutants. Journal of Environmental Quality


J.S. # 9685


J.S. # 9738



J.S. # 9302


Alter.thum, F. and Ingram, L. 0. Efficient Ethanol Production from Glucose, Lactose, and Lyxlose by
REcombiant Escherichia coli. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J.S. 9806

Alterthum, F.; Dombek, D. M. and Ingram, L. O. Regulation of Glycolytic Flux and Ethanol Production in
Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Effects of Intracellular Adenine Nucleotide Concentrations on the In vitro
Activities of Hexokinase, Phosphofructokinase, Phosphoglycerate Kinase, and Pyruvate Kinase. Applied
and Environmental Microbiology J.S. 9304

Alvarez, J.; Snyder, G. H. and Jones, 0. B. The Integrated Program Approach in the Development of the
Florida Rice Industry. Journal of Agronomic Education J.S. # 9542


An, H.; Chen, J.-S.; Marshall, M. R. and Wei, C.-I. Use of a Modified Urea Gel Isoelectric Focusing
Technique for Species Identification of Raw and Boiled Shcimp. Journal of Food Science J.S. # 9570.

Andersen, P. C. Vegetative and Reproductive Effects of Cultar Applied to 'Cape Fear' and 'Desirable'
Pecan Trees. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9223

Andersen, P. C. and Brodbeck, B. V.*Effect of Fertilization on the Chemical Composition of Xylem Fluid
from Vitis rotundifolia 'Noble' and Vitis Hybrid 'Suwannee'.. Scientia Horticulturae J.S. # 9159


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Andersen, P. C.; Aldrich, J. H. and Gould, A. B. Impact of Pecan Scab and Pecan Leaf Blotch on Leaf Gas
Exchange of Pecan. Plant Disease J.S. # 9944

Anderson, D. L. and Faber, A. Phosphorus Transport in Spodosols Loaded with Animal Wastes: Effect of
Gypsum Amendments on Dissolved Phosphorus and Carbon. Journal of Environmental Quality J.S. # 9764


Anderson, D. L. and Ulloa, M. F. Response to Mn Sources and S. Application Grown on Two Selected
Florida Histosols. American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists J.S. # 9399

Anderson, D. L.; Corey, R. B.; Kussow, W. R. and Gardner, W. R. Phosphate Rock Dissolution in Soil.
(I) A Mechanistic Model. Soil Science Society J.S. # 9193

Andrews, K. L. Introduction to the Symposium. Tropical Pest Management J.S. # 9757


Arita, H. T. and Humphrey S. Revision Taxonomica de los Murcielagos Magueyeros del Genera Leptonycteris
(Chiroptera:Phyllostomidae). ACTA Zoologica Mexicana J.S. # 9534


Arrington, L. R. and Cheek, J. G. SAE Scope and Student Achievement in Vocational Agriculture. Journal
of Agricultural Education J.S. # 10042

Arvanitis, L. G. and Reich, R. M. Sampling Simulation with a Microcomputer. International Journal on
Theoretical and Applied Population Dynamics J.S. # 9815


Atkinson, C. T. Ultrastructure of the Ookinetes of Haemoproteus meleagridis
(Haemosporina :Haemoproteidae). Journal of Parasitology


J.S. # 9324


Atkinson, C. T. Fine Structure and Sporogonic Development of a Vavraia sp. (Microspora:Pleistophoridae)
in the Biting Midge Culicoides edeni (Diptera:Ceratopogonidae). Journal of Invertebrate Pathology
J.S. 9761


Atkinson, T. H. New Synonymy, New Species, amd Notes on Scolytidae (Coleoptera) from Eastern North
America. Coleopterists Bulletin J.S. 9480


Atkinson, T. H. New Species and Nots on Mexican Hylesininae (Coleoptera:Scolytidae). Insecta Mtindi
J.S. 9829


Atkinson, T. H. and Bright, D. E. Newly Detected Exotic Species of Xyleborus (Scolytidae) with a
Revised Key to Species in Eastern North America. Canadian Entomologist


J.S. # 9916


Aviles, L. N. and Cheek, J. G. Student Achievement in Ornamental Horticulture. Journal of AGricultural
Education J.S. # 10043


Babbitt, M. J.; Crowley, D. E. and Reid, C. P. P. Sunflower Root Enhancement of Ferrioxamine B
Degradation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry

Babbitt, M. J.; Crowley, D. E. and Reid, C. P. P. Degrdation of Ferroxamine B in Moist Soil and
Soil-Inoculated Media. Soil Biology and Biochemistry


Babbitt, M. J.; Crowley, D. E.; Reid, C. P. P. and Szaniszlo, P. J. Uptake and Utilization of
Ferrioxamine-B-Rion by Sunflower. Plant and Soil


Bain, F. F. and Merritt, A. M. Decreased Erythrocyte Potassium Concentrations Associated with
Exercise-Related Myopathy in Horses. American Veterinary Medical Assocaition


J.S. # 9914



J.S. # 9913



J.S. # 9912



J.S. # 9767











Baker, J. T.; Allen, Jr., L. H. and Boote, K. J. Growth and Yield Responses of Rice to Subambient,
Ambient and Superambient Carbon Dioxide Concentrations. Crop Science J.S. # 9827


Baker, J. T.; Allen, Jr., L. H.; Boote, K. J.; Jones, P. and Jones, J. W. Developmental,Responses of
Rice to Photoperiod and Carbon Dioxide Concentration. Agriculture and Forest Meteorology J.S. # 9863


Baltensperger, D. D. Genetic Nomenclature in White Clover. Crop Science J.S. # 9498

Baltensperger, D. D. Registration of 'FL 24' and 'FL-101' Germplasm Lines of Hairy Indigo. Crop Science

J.S. 9473


Baltensperger, D. D.; Dominquez, H. E.; Anderson, W. H.; Stanley, R. L.; Dunavin, L. S. and Rich, J. R.
Registration of Flamingo Hairy Indigo. Crop Science J.S. # 9734

Baltensperger, O. D.; Prine, G. M.; Albrecht, K. A. and Dunavin, L. S. Registration of 'Flame' Crimson
Clover. Crop Science J.S. # 9255

Baltensperger, D. D.; Taylor, S. G. and Lennon, R. G. Registration of 'FL-5' Germplasm Line of
Alyceclover. Crop Science J.S. # 9472


Baltensperger, D. D.; Taylor, S. G.; Anderson, W. H.; Stanley, R. L.; Dunavin, L. S.; Williams, M. J.;
Dunn, R. A. and Glennon, R. J. Registration of FL-3 Alyceclover. Crop Science J.S. # 9733

Bamford-Rowland, A. J.; Nordenbrock, C. C.; Baker, J. T.; Bowes, G. and Allen, Jr., L. H. Changes in
Stomatal Density in Rice Grown Under Different CO2 Concentration Regimes. Plant, Cell and Environment
J.S. # 9433


Barrett, J. E. and Nell, T. A. Comparison of Paclobutrazol and Uniconizole on Floriculture Crops. Acta
Horticulturae J.S. 0 9232

Barrett, J. E. and Nell, T. A. Factors Affecting Efficacy of Paclobutrazol and Uniconazole on Petunia
and Chrysanthemum Acta Horticulturae J.S. # 10061

Bauer, J. E. and Brooks, T. P. Immunoturbidimetric Quantitation of Foal Serum Immunoglubulin G.
Phytopathology J.S. # 9903

Bauer, J. E.; Asquith, R. L. and Kivipelto, J. Serum Biochemical Indicators of Liver Function in
Neonatal Foals. American Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. # 9248


Bauer, J. E.; Meyer D. J.; Campbell, M. and McMurphy R. Serum Lipid and Lipoprotein Changes in
Experimental Equine Liver Disease. American Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. # 9949

Bazer, F. W. Establishment of Pregnancy in Sheep and Pigs. Journal of Reproduction, Fertility and
Development J.S. 9 9731

Beard, C. 3.; Butler, J. F. and Greiner, E. C. In vitro Characterization and Host Parasite Relationship
of Leptomonas pulexsimulantis. Journal of Parasitology J.S. # 9874


Beard, C. B.; Butler, J. F. and Hall, D. W. Prevalence and Biology of Endosymbionts of Fleas from Dogs
and Cats to Alachua County Florida. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9875


Beard, C. B.; Butler, J. F. and Maruniak, J. E. A Baculovirus in the Flea, Pulex simulans. Journal of
Invertebrate Pathology J.S. # 9361


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Beck, H. W.; Jones, P. H. and Jones, J. W. Soybug: An Expert System for Soybean Insect Pest
Management. Agricultural Systems


J.S. 9461


Beck, H.; Jones, P. H.; Watson, D. G. and Zazueta, F. S. An Expert Database System for Ornamental
Plants. Agricultural Systems J.S. # 10002


Becnel, J. J. and Dunkle, S. W. Evolution of Micropyles in Dragonfly Eggs (Odonata). Entomological
Society of America J.S. 9654


Beers, S.; Miran Influence of the Endometrium, Protease Inhibitors and Freezing on Antiviral Activity
of Proteins Secreted by Pig Conceptuses. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility J.S. 9900


Beilock, R. Losses in the Logistical System: The Case of Perishables. Journal of the Food Distribution
Society J.S. # 9326

Beilock, R. and Capelle, Jr., R. B. Occupational Loyalties Among Truck Drivers. Transportation Journal
J.S. 10013


Beilock, R. and Portier, K.M. Using USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Arrivals to Determine the
Distribution of a State's Production. Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics


Belwood, J. J. Foraging Behavior, Prey Selection, and Ecolocation in Phyllostomine Bats
(Phyllostomidae). Animal Sonar: Processes and Performance'


J.S. # 9631



J.S. t 9527


Bennett, F. D. Occurrence of Microlarinus lypriformis (Coleoptera:Curculionidae) in Curacas Venezuela
and Puerto Rico: New Distribution Records. Coleopterists Bulletin J.S. 9533

Bennett, F. D. and Habeck, D. H. Brazillian Peppertree-Prospects for Biological Control in Florida.
Symposium on Exotic Pest Plants J.S. # 9431

Bennett, F. D. and Noyes, J. S. On the Identity of Three Diaspine and Whitefly Parasites Occurring in
Florida. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9325


Bennett, J. M. Problems Associated with Measurement of Plant Water Status. HortScience


Bewich, T. A. Use of Soil Sterilants in Florida Vegetable Production. Acta Horticulturae


J.S. 9476


J.S. # 9264


Bewick, T. A.; Kostewicz, S. R.; Stall, W. M.; Shilling, D. G. and Smith, K. Interaction of Copper
Fungicide and Biotype in Control of American Black Nightshade (Solanum americanum, Mill.) with
Paraquat. Weed Science J.S. # 10074

Bhandari, S. D. and Gregory, J. F. Inhibition by Selected Food Components of Human and Porcine
Intestinal Pteroylpolyglutamate Hydrolase Activity. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition J.S. 4 9378

Bhatnagar, R. K.; Berry, A.; Hendry, A. T. and Jensen, R. A. The Biochemical Basis for Growth
Inhibition by L-Phenylalanine in Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Molecular Microbiology J.S. # 9678


Bhatnagar, R. K.; Hendry, A. T.; Shanmugam, K. T. and Jensen, R. A. The Broad-Specificity,
Membrane-Bound Lactate Dehydrogenase of Neisseria gonorchoeae: Ties to Aromatic Metabolism and
Pathogenic Mode. Journal of General Microbiology J.S. # 9186


Blake, J. H. and Chase, A. R. Effect of Ammonium-Nitrate Ratio on Growth and Quality of Brasaia
actinophylla and Susceptibility of Xanthomonas campestris pv. hederae. Florida State Horticultural
Society J.S. 9504












Blazquez, C. H. Late Blight Detection in Tomato Fields with 35 mm Color and Color Infrared Film.
Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9591


Blue, W. G.; Jacome, E. 0.; Monteiro, F. A.; Diaz, 0. A.; Ferrer, M S.; Wang, Y.; Martinez, E. A. and
Vasquez, J. and Gonzalez, J. S. Effect of Lime and P Applied to a Florida Ultisol, a Sandy Entisol, and
a Spodosol on Corn Growth, P Uptake and Soil Characteristics. Soil and Crop Science Society J.S. # 9972


Blue, W. G.; Njwe, R. M.; Nair, K. P. P.; Backbuin, D. Z. and Wang, Y. Forage Legume Response to Lime
and Phosphorus on the Highland Soils of Northwest Cameroon. Soil and Crop Science Society J.S. # 9626


Boggess, W. G.; Van Blokland, P. J. and Moss, S. D. FinARS: A Financial Analysis Review Expert System.
Agricultural Systems J.S. # 10036


Solon, 8. and Buergelt, C. D. Abortion in Two Foals Associated with Nocardia Infection. Veterinary
Pathology J.S. 9260

Bolon, 8.; Shields, R. P. and Green, S. Ultrastructural Muscle Lesions Associated with Hyperkalemic
Periodic Paralysis in a Quarterhorse. Veterinary Pathology J.S. t 9426

Boman, 8. J. Emitter and Spaghetti Tubing Effects on Microsprinkler Flow Uniformity. American Society
of Agricultural Engineers J.S. # 9246


Boman, B. J. and Kretschmer, Jr., A. E. Drought Tolerance of Aeschynomene Seedlings. Tropical
Grasslands J.S. # 9653

Boman, B.J. and Hill, R. W. An LP Model for Operation of On-Demand Irrigation Canal Systems. American
Society of Civil Engineers J.S. # 9234


Boote, K. J. and Ketring, D. L. Peanut Irrigation. Irrigation of Agricultural Crops J.S. 0 9154


Bootwalla, S. M. and Harms, R. H. Effect of Dietary Phosphorus on the Reproductive Capacity and Bone
Integrity of Broiler Breeder Males. Poultry Science Association J.S. # 9543


Boucias, D. G.; Maruniak, J. E. and Pendland, J. C. Characterization of a Non-Occluded Baculovirus
(Subgroup C) from the Field Cricket, Gryllus rubens. Archives in Virology J.S. # 9339

Bournival, B. L.; Scott, J. W. and Vallejos, C. E. An Isozyme Marker for Resistance to Race 3 of
Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. Lycopersici in Tomato. Theoretical and Applied Genetics J.S. 9865


Bowman, K. D. and Gmitter, Jr., F. G. Forbidden Fruit (Citrus sp.) Rediscovered in Saint Lucia.
Economic Botany J.S. # 9469


Braasch, S. and Tanner, G. W. Riparian Zone Inventory. Rangelands J.S. # 9711

Bradock, R. J. and Sadler, G. D. Chemical Changes in Citrus Juices During Concentration Processes.
American Chemical Society J.S. # 9421


Braun, R. K.; Buergelt, C. D.; Littell, R. C.; Linda, S. B. and Simpson, J. R. Prevalence of
Paratuberculosis (Johne's Disease) in Florida Beef and Dairy Cattle. AVMA J.S. 9634


Brecht, J. K.; Sargent, S. A. and Crain, W. Observations on Condition of Florida Vegetables in New
England and Chicago Markets, 1987 and 1988. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9706


Bregmon, R. L.; Zam, S. G.; Bitton, G. and Farrah, S. R. Development of a Monoclonal Antibody











Procedures for the Detection of Salmonella in Environmental Samples. Applied Microbiology


Brewer, B. D. and Koterba, A. M. Bacterial Isolates and Susceptibility Patterns in Foals Admitted to a
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: 1982-1987. The Cornell Veterinarian J.S. 9142

Brewer, B. D. and Mayhew, I. G. Clinicopathologic Diagnosis of Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis 27
Cases (1979-1987). The Cornell Veterinarian J.S. # 9125


Brewer, B. D.; Hines, M. T.; Langlois, J. F. and Stewart, J. T. Drug-Induced Extrapyramidal Syndrome in
a Horse. Equine Veterinary Journal J.S. # 9427


Brodbeck, B. V.; Mizell, R. F.; French, W. J.; Andersen, P. C. and Aldrich, J. H. Amino Acid Profiles
as Determinants of Host Preference for the Xylem Feeding Leafhopper, Homalodisca coaqulata (Say).
Ecology
J.S. # 9672


Brolmann, J. B. and Sonoda, R. M. Tolerance to Anthracnose (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides) among
Stylosanthes guianensis (Aubl.) Sw. Adapted to Florida. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9638


Bros, W. E. and Bidlingmayer, W. L. The Definition and Development of Surveillance Systems for
Monitoring Adult Mosquito Populations in Relation to Florida State REgulation 10D-54.036. Florida
Anti-Mosquito Association J.S. # 9279

Broschat, T. K. Potassium Deficiency of Palms in South Florida. Principes J.S. # 9893

Broschat, T. K. and Donselman, H. Regeneration of Severed Roots in Washingtonia robusta and Phoenix
reclinata. Principes J.S. # 9548


Broschat, T. K. and Donselman, H. Production and Postharvest Culture of Red Ginger in South Florida.
Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9458

Broschat, T. K. and Donselman, H. Effects of Auxins and Plant Maturity on the Regeneration of Palm Root
Systems. HortScience J.S. # 9758

Brown, G. E. Host Defenses at the Wound Site on Harvested Crops. Phytopathology J.S. # 9539


Brown, G. E. Sensitivity of Florida Isolates of Penicillium digitatum to Imazalil. Plant Disease
J.S. 9770


Brown, G. E.; Mawk, P and Craig, J. 0. Pallet Treatment with Benomyl of Citrus Fruit on Trucks for
Control of Diplodia Stem-End Rot. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9330

Brown, M. B.; Shearer, J. K. and Elvinger, F. A Natural Outbreak of Mycoplasma Mastitis in a Florida
Dairy Herd. American Veterinary Medical Association J.S. # 9748


Brown, W. F. and Mislevy, P. Feed Value of Stargrass Forage. International Conference on Livestock in
the Tropics J.S. # 9722


Brown, W. F.; Moore, J. E.; Kunkle, W. E.; Chambliss, C. G. and Portier, K. M. Extension Forage Testing
Utilizing Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 9802

Brushwein, J. R.; Matthews, C. H. and Childers, C. C. Selenisa sueroides (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae): A
Pest of Subcanopy Irrigation Systems in Citrus in Southwest Florida. Journal of Economic Entomology
J.S. # 9428


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Brusseau, M. L. and Rao, P. S. C. The Influence of Sorbate-Organic Matter Interactions on Sorption
Nonequilibrium. Chemosphere J.S. # 9384

Brusseau, M. L.; Jessup, R. E. and Rao, P. S. C. Modeling the Transport of Solutes Influenced by
Multi-Process Nonequilibrium. Water Resources Research J.S. 0 10004

Brusseau, M. L.; Rao, P. S. C.; Jessup, R. E. and Davidson, J. M. Flow Interruption: A Method for
Investigating Sorption Nonequilibrium. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology J.S. # 9385

Bryant, M. S.; Ellis, L. M.; Copeland, III, E. M. and Sitren, H. S. High and Low Parenteral Infusion
Rates Decrease Pulmonary Metastasis in Mice Bearing Lewis Lung Carcinoma. Current Surgery J.S. 9135


Bryant, M. S.; George, D. E.; Copeland, IZI, E. M.; Ellis, L. M.; Baumgartner, T. G. and Sitren, H. S.
Comparative Effects of Oral and Parenteral Nutrition on Parenchymal Pancreatic Enzyme Activity in Mice.
Nutrition Research J.S. # 9955

Bucklin, R. A.; Cardin, B. K.; Shoup, W. D. and Davies, F. S. Cost Determination of Alternative Cold
Protection Methods for Young Citrus. Applied Engineering in Agriculture J.S. # 9860

Bucklin, R. A.; Thompson, S. A.; Ross, I. J. and Biggs, R. H. Apparent Coefficient of Friction of Wheat
on Sin Wall Material. American Society of Agricultural Engineers J.S. 9980

Buergelt, C. D.; Bonde, R. K.; Beck, C. A. and o'Shea, T. J. Myxomatous Transformation of Heart Valves
in West Indian Manatees (Trichechus manatus) from Florida. Journal of Wildlife Diseases J.S. # 9811

Bullock, R. C. Native Ithome lassula (Lepidoptera:Cosmopterigidae) Attacks Leucaena in Florida. The
Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9894

Bullock, R. C.; McCoy, C. W. and Fojtik, J. Foliar Sprays to Control Adults of the Citrus Root Weevil
Complex in Florida. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9430

Burke, R. L. Florida Gopher Tortoise Relocation: Overview and Case Study. Biological Conservation
J.S. # 9825


Burns, J. K. and Echeverria, E. Assessment of Quality Loss During Commerical Harvesting and Postharvest
Handling of 'Hamlim' Oranges. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9596

Busey, P. Inheritance of Host Adaption in the Southern Chinch Bug (Hemiptera:Heteroptera:Lygaeidae).
Environmental Entomology J.S. # 10000

Busey, P. Genotype Selection and Seeding RAte in Bahiagrass Establishment. Transportation Research
Record J.S. # 9909

Busey, P. and Coy, B. L. Vulnerability of St. Augustinegrass to the Southern Chinch Bug. Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. # 9499

Busey, P. and Parker, J. H. Energy Conservation and Efficient Turfgrass Maintenance. Turfgrass Science
J.S. # 9934


Buslig, B. S. and Wagner, Jr., C. J. Measurement of Orange Juice Color with the HunterLab LabScan
Reflectance Spectrocolorimeter Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9661

Butcher, G. D.; Harms, R. H. and Winterfield, R. W. Delayed Onset of Oviposition and Bursal Involution.
Avian Diseases J.S. # 9298


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Butcher, G. D.; Rosenberger, J. K. and Collisson, E. W. Comparisons of the Genomic RNA of Arkansas DPI
at Embryomic Passage Levels 10 and 100, Australian T, and Massachusetts 41 Isolates of Infectious
Bronchitis Virus. Avian Diseases J.S. t 9968


Butcher, G. D.; Winterfield, R. W. and Shapiro, D. P. An Epornitic of Nephropathogenic H-13 Infectious
Bronchitis in Commercial Broilers. Avian Diseases J.S. # 9772

Cabrera-Martines, F.; Harris, W. G.; Carlisle, V. W. and Collins, M. E. Evidence for Clay Translocation
in Coastal Plain Soils with Sandy/Loamy Boundaries. Soil Science Society of America J.S. # 9253


Cabrera-Martines, F.; Harris, W. G.; Carlisle, V. W.and Collins, M. E. Partitioning of Clay-Sized
Minerals in the Matrix of Coastal Plain Soils with Sandy/Loamy Boundaries Soil Scinece Society of
America J.S. 9249

Cadwallader, K. R.; Braddock, R. J.; Parish, M. E. and Higgins, D. P. Bioconversion of (+)-Limonene by
Pseudomonas gladioli. Journal of Food Science J.S. # 9810

Campbell, C. A. and Koch, K. E. Sugar/Acid Composition and Development of Sweet and Tart Carambola
Fruit. American Society for Horticultual Science J.S. 4 9791


Campbell, C. A.; Huber, D. J. and Koch, K. E. Postharvest Changes in Sugars, Acids, and Color of
Carambola Freit at Various Temperatures. HortScience J.S. 9813

Campbell, W. J.; Brendemuhl, J. H. and Bazer, F. W. Effect of Fructose Consumption During Lactation on
Sow and Litter Performance and Sow Plasma Constituents. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 9988

Campton, D. E. and Busack, C. A. A Simple Procedure for Decapsulating and Hatching Brine Shrimp
(Artemia sp.) Cysts. Progressive Fish-Culturist J.S. # 9210


Canfield, Jr., D. E. and Hoyer, M. V. Managing Lake Eutrophication: The Need for Careful Lake
Classifications and Assessments. National Conference on Lake Assessments J.S. 9 9202

Cantliffe, D. J. Stand Establishment. Acta Horticulturae J.S. # 9677

Cantliffe, D. J. and Bieniek, M. Improving Plant Stands of Super Sweet Corn by Seed Treatment. Florida
State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9805

Canudas, E. G.; Quesenberry, K. H.; Sollenberger, L. E. and Prine, G. M. Establishment of Two Cultivars
of Rhizoma Peanut as Affected by Weed Control and Planting Rate. Tropical Grasslands J.S. # 9216


Capinera, J. L.; Thompson, D. C. and Abernathy, R. Inter- and Intra-Season Variation in Mortality Rates
of Rangeland Grasshoppers (Orthoptera:Acrididae). Environmental Entomology J.S. # 9258

Carlisle, V. W.; Harris, W. G. and Hart, G. W. Humods of Florida. Proceeds of Sth International Soil
Correlation Meeting J.S. # 9362


Carpenter W. J. Light and Temperature Govern the Seed Germination and Storage of Caladium. HortScience
J.S. # 9713


Carpenter, W. J. Influence of Temperature on Germination of Sabal dausiarum Seed. Journal of the
International Palm Society J.S. # 9189

Carpenter, W. J. Media Temperature Influences the Rooting Response of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis. Journal
of Environmental Horticulture J.S. # 9550


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Carpenter, W. J. Priming Dusty Miller (Senecio cineraria DC) Seeds for Rapid and Uniform Emergence.
Journal of Environmental Horticulture J.S. # 9474

Castle, W. S. Wuttscher, H. K.; Youtsey, C. 0. and Pelosi, R. R. Citrumelos as Rootstocks for Florida
Citrus. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. 9500

Castro, B. F.; Locascio, S. J. and Olson, S. M. Tomato Response to Foliar Nutrient and Biostimulant
Applications. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9618

Chan, K. L. and Linley, J. R. The Distribution and Density of the Immature Stages of Atrichopogon
wirthi (Diptera:Ceratopogonidae) on Leaves of the WAter Lettuce, Pistia stratiotes. Ecological
Entomology
J.S. # 9192


Chan, K. L. and Linley, J. R. A New Florida Species of Forcipomyia (Euprojoannisia)
Diptera:Ceratopogonidae) from Leaves of the Water Lettuce, Pistia stratiotes.. Florida Entomologist
J.S. # 9555


Chan, K. L. and Linley, J. R. Laboratory Studies on the Immature Life Cycle of Atrichopogon wirthi
(Diptera:Ceratopogonidae). Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9375

Chandler, C. K.; Albregts, E. E. and Howard, C. M. Evaluation of Strawberry Cultivars and Advanced
Selections at Dover, Florida 1986-88. Advances in Strawberry Production J.S. # 9698

Chandler, C. K.; Howard, C. M. and Albregts, E. E. Breeding Strawberry for Florida: Accomplishments
and Goals. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9535

Charudattan, R. Pathogens with Potential for Weed Control. Control of Weeds with Microbes and Microbial
Metabolites J.S. # 9986

Chase, A. R. Effect of Fertilizer Rate on Susceptibility of Ficus benjamin to Xanthomonas campestris
pv. fici. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. t 9311

Chase, A. R. Effect of Nitrogen and Potassium Rates on Severity of Xanthomonas Blight of Syngonium
podophyllum Caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. syngonii. Plant Disease J.S. 0 9600

Chau, K. V. and Gaffney, J. J. A Finite-Difference Model for Heat and Mass Transfer in Products with
Internal Heat Generation and Transpiration. Journal of Food Science J.S. # 9351

Chaudhry, G. R.; Toranzos, G. A. and Bhatti, A. R. A Novel Method for Monitoring Genetically-Engineered
Microorganisms in the Environment. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 9824

Chee, R. P. and Cantliffe D. J. Inhibition of Somatic Embryony in Response to 2,3,5-Triiodobenzoic Acid
and 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid in Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. Cultured In vitro. Plant Physiology
J.S. 9587


Chee, R. P. and Cantliffe, D. J. Embryogenic Callus and Somatic Embryo Production from Ipomoea batatas
Poir. Cell Aggregates of Various Sizes. Plant Cell Reports J.S. 9343

Chee, R. P. and Cantliffe, D. J. Embryo Development from Individual Cell Aggregates in Ipomoea batatas
(L.) Lam. in Response to Structural Polarity. In Vitro J.S. 9297

Chee, R. P. and Cantliffe, D. J. Embryogenic Callus and Embryo Growth in Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. in
Response to NH4+, NO03, Kt, Cl and Nat. Journal of Plant Physiology J.S. 9657


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Chee, R. P. and Cantliffe, D. J. Optimizing Plantlet Recovery from Sweet Potato Somatic Embryos.
HortScience J.S. 4 9656


Chen, C. M.; Wei, C. I.; Koburger, J. A.; Otwell, W. S. and Marshall, M. R. A Comparison of Four Agar
Media for Early Detection of Prolific Histamine Producing Bacteria in Tuna Samples. Journal of Food
Science J.S. # 9262

Chen, C. S. Water Activity-Concentration Models for Solutions of Sugars, Salts and Acids. Journal of
Food Science J.S. # 9660


Chen, C. S. Hydration Theory and its Models for Concentrative Properties of Sucrose Solutions. 5th
International Congress, Engineering and Food J.S. # 9983


Chen, Y.-C. and Chourey, P. S. Spatial and Temporal Expression of Two Sucrose Synthase Genes in Maize:
Immunohistological Evidence. Theoretical and Applied Genetics J.S. # 9961

Cherry, R. H. Food Consumption of Different Laval Instars of the Sugarcane Grub, Ligyrus subtropicus
()Coleoptera:Scarabaeidae). American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists J.S. # 9818


Cherry, R. H. and Boucias, D. G. Incidence of Bacillus popilliae in Different Life Stages of Florida
Sugarcane Grubs. Entomological Society of America J.S. # 9337

Cherry, R. H.; Coale, F. J. and Porter, P. S. Oviposition of Sugarcane Grubs (Coleoptera:Scarabaeidae)
at Different Soil Moistures. Journal of Economic Entomology J.S. # 10066

Clark, G. A.; Stanley, C. D.; Albreqts, E. E. and Zazueta, F. S. Surface Runoff During Sprinkler
Irrigation of Mulched Bed Grown Strawberries. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9940


Cline, K.; Fulsom, 0. R. and Viitanpn, P. V. An Imported Thylakoid Protein Accumulates in the Stroma
when Insertion into Thylakoids is Inhibited. Journal of Biological Chemistry J.S. # 9650

Coale, F. J. and Cherry, R. H. Effect of White Grub (Ligyrus subtropicus (Blatchley) Infestation on
Sugarcane Root: Shoot Relationships. American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists J.S. 9 9568

Coale, F. J. and Cherry, R. H. Impact of White Grub (Ligyrus subtropieus (Blatchley)) Infestation on
Sugarcane Nutrition. Journal of Plant Nutrition J.S. 10067


Coats, S. A. and McCoy, C. W. Fuller Rose Beetle, Pantomorus cervinus (Coleoptera:Curculionidae),
Ovipositional Preference on Florida Citrus. Entomological Society of America J.S. # 9924


Collins, M. E.; Doolittle, J. A. and Rourke, R. V. Mapping the Depth to Bedrock on a Glaciated
Landscape with Ground-Penetrating Radar. Soil Science Society of America J.S. 0 9475

Collins, M. E.; Puckett, W. E.; Schellentrager, G. W. and Yust, N. A. Analyses of Kast and Soils Using
Radar Data on the Chiefland Limestone Plain in Florida. Geoderma J.S. 9254


Collopy, M. W. and Edwards, Jr., T. C. Territory Size, Activity Budget, and Role of Undulating Flight
in Nesting Golden Eagles. Journal of Field Ornithology 3.S. t 9173

Corredor, A.; Gallego, J.; Tesh, R. B.; Morales, A.; Carrasquilla, C. and Young, D. G. Epidemiology of
Visceral Leishmaniasis in Colombia. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene J.S. 9510

Crandall, P. G.; Davis, K. C.and Baker, R. A. Viscosity Reduction of Orange Concentrate-A Comparison
Between Pulp Reduction and Pectic Enzyme Treatment. Journal of Food Science J.S. f 9782












Crane, J. H. and Davies, F. S. Flooding Responses of Vaccinium Species. HortScience


Cromroy, H. L.; Thompson, C. R.; Harris, D. L.; Monkman, K. D. and Carpenter, W. R. Evaluating
Acaracides for Varroa Control in Florida Part I. Florida Entomologist J.S. 0 9468


Csizinszky, A. A. Response of Two Bell Pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) Cultivars to Foliar and Soil-Applied
Biostimulants. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9856

Csizinszky, A. A.: Jones, J. B and Stanley, C. D. Effect of N & K Rates on Bacterial Spot in Trickle
Irrigated Tomatoes. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9701

Cudd, T. A.; Mayhew, I. G. and Cottrill, C. M. Agencies of the Corpus Callosum, The Dandy-Walker
Syndrome, and Cerebellar Vermian Hypoplasia in a Foal: Premortem Diagnosis by Clinical Evaluation and
CT Scanning. Equine Veterinary Journal J.S. # 10011


Curry, R. B.; Peart, R. M.; Jones, J. W.; Boote, K.J. and Allen, Jr., L. H. Simulation as a Tool for
Analyzing Crop Response to Climate Change. American Society of Agricultural Engineers J.S. # 9881

Czarnecka, E.; Key, J. L. and Gurley, W. B. Regulatory Domains of the Gmhspl7.5-E Heat Shock Promoter
of Soybean. Molecular and Cellular Biology J.S. f 10008

Damron, B. L.; Amato, S. V. and Benoff, F. H. Marigold Extracts and Corn Gluten Meal as Broiler Pigment
Sources in Corn and Wheat Based Diets. Applied Agricultural Research J.S. 10035


Dangler, J. M. and Locascio, S. J. External and Internal Blotchy Ripening and Fruit Elemental
Accumulation by Trickle-Irrigated Tomatoes as Affected by Time of N and K Application. American Society
for Horticultural Sciences J.S. f 10020

Dangler, J. M. and Locascio, S. J. Yield of Trickle-Irrigated Tomatoes as Affected by Time of N and K
Application. American Society for Horticultural Science J.S. # 10021

Davies, F. S. and Rippetoe, L. W. Cold Protection of Young 'Hamlin' Orange Trees Using Intermittent
Microsprinkler Irrigation and Tree Wraps. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9383

Davis, M. J.; Tsai, J. H.; Cox, R. L.; McDaniel, L. L. and Harrison, N. A. Cloning of Chromosomal and
Extra Chromosomal DNA of the Mycoplasma-Like Organism that Causes Maize Bushy Stunt Disease. Molecular
Plant-Microbe Interactions J.S. t 9151


Day, J. F. and Van Handel, E. Differences in Fuel Reserves Between Resting and Flying Culex nigripalpus
(Diptera:Culicidae) Collected in the Field. American Mosquito Control Association J.S. 9174


Day, J. F.; Curtis, G. A. and Edman, J. D. Rainfall-Directed Oviposition Behavior of Culex nigripalpus
(Diptera:Culicidae) in Indian River County, Florida. Journal of Medical Entomology J.S. 9388

Day, J. F.; Ramsey, A. M. and Zhang, J.*T. Environmentally-Mediated Seasonal variation in Mosquito Body
Size. Environmental Entomology J.S. # 9655

DeBusk, T. A.; Reddy, K. R. and Clough, K. S. Effectiveness of Mechanical Aeration on Floating Aquatic
Macrophyte-Based Wastewater Treatment Systems. Environmental Quality J.S. f 9666


DeBusk, T. A.; Reddy, K. R.; Hayes, T. D. and Schwegler, Jr., B. R. Performance of a Pilot-Scale Water
Hyacinth-Based Secondary Treatment System in Central Florida. Water Pollution Control Federation
J.S. t 9703


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DeFeyeter, R.; Kado, C. I. and Gabriel, D. W. Small, Stable Shuttle Vectors for Use in Xanthomonas.
Gene J.S. # 10017


Dehgan, B.; Almira, F.; Gooch, M. and Kane, M. Vegetative Propagation of Florida Native Plants: I.
Hollies (Ilex spp.). Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9537

Dehgan, B.; Gooch, M.; Almira, F. and Poole, 8. Vegetative Propagation of Florda Native Plants: II.
Acer rubrum, Gordonia lasianthus, Magnolia virginiana, and Styrax americana. Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. # 9536


Delate, K. M. and Brecht, J. K. Effect of Controlled Atmosphere Treatments for Postharvest Insect
Control on the Quality of Tropical Sweet Potatoes. American Society for Horticultural Science
J.S. # 9332


Delate, K. M.: Brecht, J. K. and Coffelt, J. A. Controlled Atmosphere Treatments for Control of Cylas
formicarius elegantulus (Summers) in Stored Tropical Sweet Potatoes. Journal of Economic Entomology
J.S. # 9331


Denham, S. C.; Morantes, G. A.; Bates, D. B. and Moore, J. E. Comparison of Two Models Used to Estimate
In Situ Nitrogen Disappearance. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. 9139


Deren, C. W. and Quesenberry, K. H. Photoperiodism in Aeschynomene americana L: Inheritance of
Flowering in Two Day-Neutral x Photoperiodic Crosses. Journal of Heredity


J.S. # 9211


Deren, C. W. and Quesenberry, K. H. Inheritance of Photoperiod-Induced Flowering in Three Photoperiodic
Lines of Aeschynomento americana L.. Theoretical and Applied Genetics J.S. # 9251

DeWald, L. B. and Lounibos, L. P. Seasonal Growth of Pistia stratiotes in South Florida. Aquatic Botany

J.S. # 9501


DeWald, S. G. and Litz, R. E. Optimiing Somatic Embryogenesis in Mango (Mangifera indica L.). American
Society for Horticultural Science J.S. 9282

DeWald, S. G. and Litz, R. E. Control of Maturation and Germination of Mango Somatic Embryos. American
Society for Horticultural Science J,S. 9283

Dickson, D. W. and Hewlett, T. E. Efficacy of Fumigant and Nonfumigant Nematicides for Control of
Meloidogyne arenaria on Peanut. Annals of Applied Nematology J.S. # 9137


Dickson, D. W. and Hewlett, T. E. Effect of Nematicides on Meloidogyne arenaria on Peanut Following
Bahiagrass or Susceptible Host Crops. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 9843

DiStefano, J. F. and Gholz, H. L. Controls Over Net Inorganic Nitrogen Transformation in an Age
Sequence of Pinus elliottii Plantations in North Florida. Forest Science J.S. # 9464


SDiStefano, J. F. and H. L. Gholz Non-Symbiotic Bioloigcal Dinitrogen Fixation (Acetylens Reduction) in
an Age Sequence of Slash Pine Plantations in North Florida. Forest Science J.S. # 9463


Djisbar, A. and Gardner, F. P. Heterosis in Maize. I. Embryo Size and Vegetative Growth
Characteristics of Hybrids Compared with Parent Inbred Lines. Crop Science


J.S. # 9190


Djisbar, A. and Gardner, F. P. Heterosis in Maize. II. Kernal Growth, Gain Yield and Yield Components
of Hybrids Compared to Parent Inbred Lines. Crop Science J.S. # 9191











Donovan, G. A.; Braun, R. K. and Mohammed, H. O. Body Condition Scores of Dairy Cattle: Effect on Milk
Production. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 9288


- Donselman, H. M.; Broschat, T. K. and Meerow, A. W. Select a Plant, A Landscape Plant Retrieval System
for Florida Ornamentals. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9459


Douds, Jr. D. D. and Schenck, N. C. Germination and Hyphal Growth of VAM Fungi During and After Storage
in Soil at Five Matric Potentials. Soil Biology and Biochemistry J.S. # 9562

Douds, Jr., D. D. and Schenck, N. C. Increased Sporulation of Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi by
Manipulation of Nutrient Regimes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 9828

Dray, Jr., F. A.; Center, T. D. and Habeck, D. H. Immature Stages of the Aquatic Moth Petrophila
drumalis (Lepidoptera:Pyralidae, Numphulinae) from Pistia stratiotes (Waterlettuce). Florida
Entomologist J.S. t 9134


Dray, Jr., F. A.; Center, T. D.; Habeck, D. H.; Thompson, C. R.; Cofrancesco, A. F. and Balciunas, J.
K. Release and Establishment in the Southeastern United States of Neohydronomus pulchellus
(Coleoptera:Curculionidae), an Herbivore of Waterlettuce (Pistia stratiotes). Environmental Entomology
J.S. # 9488


Dunavin, L. S. Cool-Season Forage Crops Top-Seeded Over Dormant Rhizoma Peanut. Agronomy Journal
J.S. # 9160


Duncan, L. W. Effect of Fenamiphos Placement on Efficacy Against Tylenchulus semipenetrans and on Yield
in Florida Citrus Orchards. Annals of Applied Nematology J.S. # 9609

Duncan, L. W. Sampling to Estimate Citrus Feeder Root Density and Tylenchulus semipenetrans Popualtion
Level in Florida Flatwoods Soils. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 9922

Duncan, L. W. and Cohn, E. Nematode Diseases of Citrus. Plant Parasitic Nematodes in Subtropical &
Tropical Agriculture J.S. # 9622


Duncan, L. W.; Ferguson, J. J.; Dunn, R. A. and Noling, J. W. Applications of Taylor's Power Law to
Sample Statistics of Tylenchulus semipenetrans in Florida Citrus. Annals of Applied Nematology
J.S. # 9608


Dunson, W. A. and Mazzotti, F. J. Salinity as a Limiting Factor in the Distribution of Reptiles in
Florida Bay: A Theory for the Estuarine Origin of Marine Snakes and Turtles. Bulletin of Marine
Science J.S. # 9470

Dusky, J. A. Evaluation of Herbicides for Weed Control in Florida Lettuce Production Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. # 9800


Dweikat, I. M. and Lyrene, P. M. Morphology, Cytology, and Breeding Behavior of Induced Autotetraploids
of V. elliottii. Genome J.S. f 9168

Dweikat, I. M. and Lyrene, P. M. Production and Evaluation of Synthetic Hexaploids in Vaccinium.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics J.S. # 9277

Easterwood, C. W.; Sartain, J. 8. and Street, J. J. Fertilizer Effectiveness of Three Carbonate Apatite
on an Acid Ultisol. Soil Science and Plant Analysis J.S. 9145


Easterwood, G. W. and Sartain, J. B. Clover Residue Effectiveness in Reducing Orthophosphate Sorption


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on Ferris-Hydroxide Coated Soil. Soil Science Society of America


Echeverria, 5. Sugar Transport from the Vascuole Hexokinase Activity Associated with the Tonoplast of
Red Beet Hepocotyl. Plant Physiology J.S. 9226


Echeverria, E. Developmental Transition from Enzymatic to Acid Hydrolysis of Sucrose in Acid Limes
(Citrus aurantifolia). Plant Physiology J.S. 9997

Echeverria, E. and Burns, J. Vacuolar Acid Hydrolysis as a Physiological Mechanism for Sucrose
Breakdown. Plant Physiology J.S. # 9376


Eddy, C. K.; Mejia, J. P.; Conway, T. and Ingram, L. 0. Expression of Glycolytic Genes in Recombinants
of Zymomonas mobilis: Over Production of Glyceraldehyde-3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Relative to
Phosphoglycerate Kinase from the gappgk Operon. Journal of Bacteriology J.S. 0 10054

Edwards, G. J. and Anderson, C. A. Spectroradiometer Study of Citrus Seedlings Affected by Excessive
Soil Copper. American Society of Photography and Remote Sensing J.S. # 9975

Edwards, G. J. and Cure, W. W. Spectral Radiometer Used to Study ACIR Film of Ozone-Treated Soybeans.
International Journal of Remote Sensing J.S. 0 9367


Edwards, Jr., T. C. Similarity in the Development of Foraging Mechanics Among Sibling Ospreys. The
Condor J


Edwards, Jr., T. C. The Ontogeny of Diet Selection in Fledgling Ospreys. Ecology

Edwards, Jr., T. C. and Collopy, M. W. Response to G. R. Bortolotti. The Auk


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Eissenstat, D. M. Neighbors that Differ in Phosphorus Status: Competitive Interactions and Transfer of
Phosphorus and Nitrogen. The New Phytologist J.S. # 9299


Eissenstat, D. M. and Newman, E. I. Seedling Establishment Near Large Plants: Effects of
Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizae on the Intensity of Plant Competition. Functional Ecology


J.S. # 9616


Elliott, C. L.; Snyder, G. H. and Cisar, J. L. A Modified Auto Analyzer II Method for the Determination
of NO -N in Soil Water Using a Hallow-Cd Reduction Coil. Communications in Soil Science and Plant
Analysis J.S. # 9942


Elmstrom, G. W.; Gilreath, P. R. and Maynard, D. N. Pumpkins A Potential Commerical Crop for Florida.
Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. 9512


Elzo, M. A. Recursive Procedures to Compute the Inverse of the Multiple Trait Additive Genetic
Covariance Matrix in Inbred an Nonnbred Multibreed Populations. Journal of Animal Science

Elzo, M. A. Covariances Among Sire by Breed Group of Dam Interaction Effects in Multibreed Sire
Evaluation Procedures. Journal of Animal Science


J.S. 9756



3.S. 9947


Elzo, M. A.; Olson, T. A.; Butts, Jr., W. T.; Koger, M. and Adams, E. L. Direct and Maternal Genetic
Effects on Growth Traits Due to the Introduction of Bos Taurus Alleles into Brahman Cattle in Florida.
Journal of Animal Science J.S. f 9598


Elzo, M. A.; Olson, T. A.; Koger, M.; Butts, Jr., W. T.; Manrique, C. and Adams, E. L. Direct and
Maternal Genetic Effects Due to the Introduction of Bos taurus Alleles into Brahman Cattle in Florida.
III. Postweaning Growth Traits. Journal of Animal Science J.S. t 10052


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Emanuele, S. M. and Harris, Jr., B. Lactational Response to Calcium Salts of Long Chain Fatty Acids by
Lactating Dairy Cows. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 9619

Emanuele, S. M. and Staples, C. R. Ruminal Release of Minerals from Six Forage Species. Journal of
Animal Science J.S. # 10022

Emerson, R. D. Migratory Labor and Agriculture. American Journal of Agricultural Economics J.S. # 9649


Engelhard, A. W. Diseases of Poinsettia and their Control. Society of American Florists J.S. # 10040


Engelhard, A. W. and Jones, J. B. A Stem Canker of Poinsettia Incited by Pseudomonas viridiflava in
Florida. Plant Disease J.S. # 9453

Engelhardt, R. and Gregory, J. F. Adequacy of Enzymatic Deconjugation in Quantification of Folate in
Foods. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry J.S. # 9890


Ewel, K. C.; Davis, H. T. and Smith, J. E. Recovery of Florida Cypress Swamps from Clearcutting.
Southern Journal of Applied Forestry J.S. 10001


Ewel, K.C. Learning to Simulate Ecological Models on a Microcomputer. Ecological Modeling J.S. # 10073

Fairchild, G. F.; Behr R. M.; Brown, M.G. and Lee, J.-Y. Marketing Problems and Potentials Confronting
the Florida Fresh Citrus Industry. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. 9694

Fairchild, G. F.; Behr, R. M. and Lee, J.-Y. Competition and Trade in International Citrus Markets.
Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9695


Fattori, T. R.; Mather, F. B. and Hildebrand, P. E. Methodology for Partitioning Poultry Producers into
Recommendation Domains. Agricultural Systems J.S. 9935

Fellers, P. J.; Nikdel, S. and Lee, H. S. Nutrient Content for Nutrition Labeling o Several Processed
Florida Citrus Juice Products. American Dietetic Association J.S. # 9794

Ferenc, S. A.; Raymond, H. L.; Lancelot, R. and Courtney, C. H. Mechanical Transmission of a South
American Strain of Trypanosoma vivax by the Tabanid Cryptotylus unicolor. International Journal for
Parasitology J.S. # 9308

Ferguson, J. J.; Matthews, C. H. and Davis, R. M. Controlled Release Fertilizers and the Growth of
Young 'Hamlim' Orange Trees. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9483

Ferl, R. J. Characterization of Nuclear Factors that Regulate Alcohol Dehydrogenase Gene Expression.
Nato ASI Series J.S. # 9786


Ferl, R. J. and Laughner, B. H. In Vivo Detection of Regulatory Factor Binding Sites of Arabidopsis
thaliana Adh EMBO Journal J.S. # 9289

Ferrer, O. J.; Koburger, J. A.; Simpson, B. K.; Gleesons, R. A. and Marshall, M. R. Phenoloxidase
Levels in Florida Spiny Lobster (Panulirus argus): Relationship to Season and Molting Stage.
Comparative Biochemistry Physiology J.S. # 9438

Ferrer, 0. J.; Otwell, W. S. and Marshall, M. R. Effect of Bisulfite on Lobster Shell Phenoloxidase.
Journal of Food Science J.S. # 9347


Fisher, J. B. and Davenport, T. L. Structure and Development of Surface Deformation on Avocado Fruits.










American Society for Horticultural Science J.S. # 9235

Fitzpatrick, G. E. Using Solid Waste Composts as Growing Media for Tropical Plants. BioCycle, Journal
of Waste Recycling J.S. # 10050


Fitzpatrick, G. E. and Verkade, S. D. Using a Programmable Calculator for Determining Potential
Evapotranspiration Rates. Journal of Environmental Horticulture J.S. # 9688


Flunker, L. K.; Damron, B. L. and Sundlof, S. F. Tolerance to Ground Sesbania Macrocarpa Seed by
Broiler Chicks and White Leghorn Hens. Poultry Science J.S. # 9594

Fonyo, C. M. and Boggess, W. G. Coordination of Public and Private Action: A Case Study of Lake
Restoration. Water Resources Bulletin J.S. # 9338


Fonyo, C. M.; Boggess, W. G.; Kiker, C. F. and Mishoe, J, W. Economic Analysis of Water Hyacinth
Production and Conversion to Methane: The Potential for Lake Restoration. Environmental Management
J.S. 9214


Foster, R. E. Strategies for Protecting Sweet Corn Ears from Damage by Fall Armyworms
(Lepidoptera:Noctuidae) in Southern Florida. The Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9130

Foster, R. E. Seasonal Flight Activity of Several Lepidopterous Pests of Vegetables in Southern
Florida. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9599


Franca Neto, J. B. and West, S. H. Effects of Cercospora kikuchii on the Quality of Soybean Seed.
Journal of Seed Technology J.S. # 9769

Franca Neto, J. B. and West, S. H. Effects of Colletotrichum truncatum on Viability and Quality of
Soybean Seed. Journal of Seed Technology J.S. 9768

Franca Neto, J. B. and West, S. H. Problems in Evaluating viability of Soybean Seed Infected with
Phomopsis spp.. Journal of Seed Technology J.S. 8 9625


Franca Neto, J. B. and West, S. H. The Tetrazolium Test: A Useful Tool on Production and Quality
Research of Soybean Seed. Journal of Seed Technology J.S. 4 9984

Frank, J. H. an McCoy, E. D. Behavioral Ecology: From Fabulous Past to Chaotic Future. Florida
Entomologist J.S. f 9547

Frank, J. H.; Klimassewski, J. and Peck, S. B. Leptagria perexilis and Myllaena audax
(Coleoptera:Staphylinidae) in Florida. Florida Entomologist J.S. A 9967


Funderburk, J. E. and Brown, A. L. Stink Bug Control in Soybean, 1988. Insecticide and Acaracide Tests
J.S. 8 9585


Funderburk, J. E. and Sprenkel, R. K. Thrips Control in Peanuts in North Florida, 1988. Insecticide and
Acaracide Tests J.S. # 9584

Funderburk, J. E.; Braxton, L. 8. and Lynch, R. E. Nontarget Effects of Soil-Applied Chlorpyrifos on
Defoliating Pests and Arthropod Predators in Peanut. Journal of Economic Entomology J.S. f 10005


Funderburk, J. E.; Brown, A. L.; Maruniak, J. and Boucias, D. Velvetbeaa Caterpillar Control in
Soybean, 1988. Insecticide and Acaracide Tests J.S. 8 9583


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Funderburk, J. E.; Olson, S. M.; Brown, A. L. and Snell, J. Sweet Potato Flea Beetle and Wireworm
Control in Sweet Potatoes, 1987. Insecticide and Acaracide Tests J.S. # 9586

Funderburk, J. E.; Soffes, A. R.; Barnett, R. D.; Herzog, D. C. and Hinson, K. Plot Size and Shape in
Relation to Soybean Resistance for Velvetbean Caterpillar (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae). Journal of Economic
Entomology J.S. # 9778


Funderburk, J. E.; Wright, D. L. and Teare, I. D. Preplant Tillage Effects on Population Dynamics of
Soybean Insect Pests. Crop Science J.S. 9692


Funderburk, J. E.; Wright, D. L. and Teare, I. D. Insect Pest Management and Conservation Tillage of
Soybean Doublecropped with Winter Wheat. Proceedings of the Southern Conservation Tillage Conference
J.S. # 9933


Gabriel, D. W.; Kingsley, M. T.; Hunter, J. E. and Gottwald, T. A Proposal to Reclassify Strains of
Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri and pv. phaseoli. International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology
J.S. # 9128


Gagnon, K. G. and Johnson, J. D. Bud Development and Dormancy in Slash and Loblolly Pine: I. Speed of
Budbreak and Second Year Height as Related to Lifing Date. New Forests J.S. # 9284

Gagnon, K. G. and Johnson, J. D. Bud Development and Dormancy in Slash and Loblolly Pine: II. Effects
of Ethephon Applications. New Forests J.S. # 9285

Gardner, F. P. and Barnett, R. D. Vernalization of Triticale and Soft Red Winter Wheat. Crop Science
J.S. # 9350


Gartenberg, P. K.; Maltos, D. R.; McDowell, L. R. and Wilkinson, N. S. Evaluation of the Mineral Status
of Cattle in Northeast Mexico. II. Macroelements and Crude Protein. Journal of Production Agriculture

J.S. # 9602


Gartenberg, P. K.; Maltos, D. R.; McDowell, L. R. and Wilkinson, N. S. Evaluation of the Mineral
Status of Cattle in Northeast Mexico. I. Macroelements and Crude Protein. Nutrition Reports
International J.S. t 9601


Gerber, K. and Giblin-Davis, R. M. Association of the Red Ring Nematode, Rhadinaphelenchus cocophilus,
and Other Nematode Species with Rhynchophorus palmarum (Coleoptera:Curculionidae). Journal of
Nematology J.S. # 9897

Gerber, K.; Giblin-Davis, R. M.; Griffith, R.; Escobar-Goyes, J. and D'Ascoli Cartaya, A. Morphometric
Comparisons of Geographic and Hosts Isolates of the Red Ring Nematode, Rhadinaphelenchus cocophilus.
Nematropica J.S. f 9925


Gettman, A. D. and Hall, D. W. A Modificationof Scrap Automobile Tires for Field Studies of Artificial
Container-Breeding Mosquitoes. American Mosquito Control Association J.S. # 9823

Gholz, H. L.; Ewel, K. C. and Teskey, R. 0. Water and Forest Productivity. Forest Ecology and
Management J.S. 9158

Giblin-Davis, R. M. and Howard, F. W. Vulnerability of Palms to Attack by Rhynchophorus cruentatus
(Coleoptera:Curculionidae) and its Insecticidal Control. Economic Entomology J.S. # 9132


Giblin-Davis, R. M. and Howard, F. W. Notes on the Palmetto Weevil, Rhynchophorus cruentatus


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(Coleoptera:Curculionidae). Florida State Horticultural Society


Giblin-Davis, R. M.; Gerber, K. and Griffith, R. Laboratory Rearing of Rhynchophorus cruentatus with
Notes on R. palmarum (Coleoptera:Curculionidae). Entomological Society of America J.S. # 9307


Giblin-Davis, R. M.; Gerber, K. and Griffith, R. In vivo and In Vitro Culture of the Red Ring Nematode,
Rhadinaphelenchus cocophilus. Nematropica J.S. # 9845


Giblin-Davis, R. M.; Mundo-Ocampo, M.; Baldwin,J. G.; Gerber, K. and Griffith, R. Observations on the
Morphology of the Red Ring Nematode, Rhadinaphelenchus cocophilus (Nemata:Aphelenchoididae). Revue de
Nematologie J.S. 9252


Gilman, E. F. Root Pruning Brodleaf Trees Prior to Transplanting. Florida State Horticultural Society
3.S. t 9270


Gilman, S. F. Tree Root Depth Relative to Landfill Tolerance. HortScience J.S. # 9435


Gilman, E. F. Field Grown Hibiscus Response to Nitrogen Rate. Florida State Horticultural Society
J.S. # 9708


Gilman, E. F. and Kane, M. E. Effect of Root Pruning at Different Growth Stages in Growth and
Transplant Ability of Magnolia grandiflora. HortScience J.S. 9 9859


Gilman, E. F. and Kane, M. S. Red Maple Root Growth Following Planting from Containers. HortScience
J.S. # 10055


Gilreath, J. P.; Botts, 0. A.; Stall, W. M. and Dusky, J. A. Preemergence Weed Control in Row Middles
of Polyethylene Mulched Cauliflower. Weed Technology J.S. # 9172

Gilreath, M. E.; Funderburk, J..E.; Gorbet, D. W.; Zimet, D. J.; Lynch, R. E. and Herzog, D. C.
Economic Benefits of Selected Management Strategies for Soil Pests in Nonirrigated Peanuts. Peanut
Science
J.S. 9505


Gladwin, C. H. and McMillan, 0. Is a Turnaround in Africa Possible without Helping African Women to
Farm?. Economic Development and Cultural Change J.S. 9309

Gaitter, Jr., F. G. and Hu, X. The Possible Role of Yunnan Province, China in the Origin of
Contemporary Citrus Species (Rutaceae). Economic Botany J.S. 9563


Goorich, M. A. and Skelley, P. E. New Synonymy in the Genus Tritoma (Coleoptera:Erotylidae).
Coleopterist's Bulletin J.S. 9982


Gould, A. B. and Sonoda, R. M. Damping-Off of Stylosanthes spp. by Phythium irregular. Tropical
Grasslands J.S. 0 9611

Graham, J. H. and Gottwald, T. R. Variation in Aggressiveness of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citrumelo
Associated with Citrus Bacterial Spot in Florida Citurs Nurseries. Phytopathology J.S. 9904


Graham, J. H. and Syvertsen, J. P. Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizae Increase Chloride Accumulation in
Citrus Seedlings. >New Phytologist J.S. # 9526


Gray, D. J. Effects of Dehydration and Exogenous Growth Regulators on Dormancy Quiescence and
Germination of Grape Somatic Embyos. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology J.S. 9390


J.S. # 9447











Gray, D. J. Somatic Cell Culture and Embryogenesis in the Poaceae. Use of Anther and Tissue Culture in
Tall Fescue Improvement J.S. 9959

Gregory, III, J. F. Recent Developments in Methods for the Assessment of Vitamin Bioavailability. Food
Technology J.S. 9240

Greiner, E. C.; Knausenberger, W. I.; Messersmith, M.; Kramer, W. L. and Gibbs, E. P. J. Culicoides
(Diptera:Ceratopogonidae) Associated with Cattle in St. Croix, Virgin Islands and their Relevance to
Bluetone. Journal of Medical Entomology J.S. # 9877


Greiner, E. C.; Roelke, M. E.; Atkinson, C. T. and Wright, S. D. Sarcocystis sp. in Muscles of Florida
Panthers and Cougars (Felis concolor). Journal of Wildlife Diseases J.S. # 9635


Griffin, B. S.; Shilling, D. G.; Bennett, J. M. and Currey, W. L. The Influence of Water Stress on the
Physiology and Competition of Soybean, Glycine max (L.) Merr., and Florida Beggarweed, Desmodium
tortuosum (SW.) DC.. Weed Science J.S. # 9256

Gross, S. W.; Mays, D. L. and Walker, T. J. Systematics of Pictonemobius Ground Crickets
(Orthoptera:Gryllidae). American Entomological Society J.S. 0 9882

Gross, T. S.; Mirando, M. A.; Younge, K. H.; Beers, S.; Baser, F. W. and Thatcher, W. W. Reorientation
of Prostaglandin F (BGF) Secretion by Calcium lonophore, Oestradiol and Prolactin in Perifused Porcine
Endometrium. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility J.S. # 9675


Grosser, J. W. New Hybrids Produced by Cell Fusion Potential Citrus Rootstocks. Citrus Industry
Magazine J.S. # 9593


Grosser, J. W. and Gmitter, Jr., F. G. Somatic Hybridization of Citrus with Wild Relatives for
Germplasm Enhancemenmt and Cultivar Development. Science J.S. # 9365

Gull, D. D. and Guzman, V. L. Observations on the Storability of California and Florida Crisphead
Lettuce. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9727

Gupta, V. K. New Genera of Porizontine Ichneumonidae from Florid (Hymenopera:Ichneumonidae). Florida
Entomologist J.S. # 9686


Guy, C. and Haskell, D. Preliminary Characterization of High Molecular Weight Proteins Associated with
Cold Acclimation in Spinach. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry J.S. # 9921

Guy, C. L. Sequence Information and Preparation of Antibodies for Proteins Resolved by Two-Dimensional
Gel Electrophoresis: No Longer Just Spots on Gels. Physiologia Plantarum J.S. # 9931

Guzman, V. L.; Sanchez, C. A. and Nagata, R. T. A Comparison of Transplanted and Direct-Seeded Lettuce
at Various Levels of Soil Fertility. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9739


Haag, K. H. and Habeck, D. H. Enhanced Biological Control of Waterhyacinth, Eichhornia crassipes,
following Limited Herbicide Application. Aquatic Botany J.S. f 10031


Habeck, D. H.; Bennett, F. D. and Grissel, E. E. First Record of a Phytophagous Seed Chalcid from
Brazilian Peppertree in Florida. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9278

Habeck, D. H.; Nagel, J. and Pena, J. E. Colopterus posticus (Erichson), a Nitidulid Beetle New to the
United States. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9328


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Hall, D. W. Dimorphic Development of Amblyospora sp. (Microspora:Amblyosporidae) in Culex salinarius.
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology J.S. 9723

Hall, H. G. Distinguishing African and European Honeybees Using Nuclear DNA Restriction Fragment
Polymorphism. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9495

Hall, H. G. Characterization of the African Honey-Bee Genotype by DNA Restriction Fragments.
Africanized Bees and Bee Mites J.S. # 9494


Hall, H. G. Asymmetric Gene Flow and Hybridization between African and European Honeybees Detected with
European-Specific Nuclear DNA Markers.. Genetics J.S. # 9821

Hall, H. G. and Muralidharan, K. African Honeybees Migrate as Continuous Maternal Lineages: MtDNA
Evidence. Nature J.S. 0 9884


Hall, P. M. Reproductive Demography of a Temperate and a Tropical Crocodilian: Morphometry, Birth
Mode, and Harvest Implications. Journal of Herpetology J.S. # 9320

Haman, D. Z.; Smajstrla, A. G. and Lyrene, P. M. Blueberry Response to Irrigation and Ground Cover.
Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9519

, Hammond, A. C.; Allison, M. J.; Williams, M. J.; Prine G. M. and Bates, D. B. Prevention of Leucaena
Toxicity of Cattle in Florida by Ruminal Inoculation with 3,4-DHP-Degrading Bacteria. American Journal
of Veterinary Research J.S. # 9835

Harbaugh, B. K. and Woltz, S. S. Fertilization Practice and Foliar-Bract Calcium Sprays Produce
Incidence of Marginal Bract Necrosis of 'Gutbier V-14 Glory' Poinsettia. HortScience J.S. # 9242

Harbaugh, B. K.; Wilfret, G. J. and Overman, A. J. Tissue Cultured Stock History and Hot Water
Treatment affect Caladium Tuber Production on Sandy Soils. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. *
9520


Hardy, S. R.; Dunn, R. A. and Quesenberry, K. H. Effects of Three Genotypes of Aeschynomene americana
on the Life Cycle of Root-Knot Nematode (Meloidogyne incognita). Nematropica J.S. # 9783


Harms, R. H.; Bootwalla, S. M.; Woodward, S. A. and Wilson, H. R. Some Observations on the Influence of
Vitamin D Metabolites when Added to the Diet of Commerical Laying Hens. Poultry Science J.S. 9641

Harms, R. H.; Rossi, A. F.; Christmas, R. B. and Miles, R. D. A Determination of the Correlation of
Calculated and Measured Egg Shell Plus Membrane Weight in Seven Strains of Commercial Laying Hens when
Fed Six Levels of Calcium. Poultry Science J.S. # 9243


Harms, R. H.; Ruiz, N. and Miles, R. D. Conditions Necessary for a Response by the Commerical Laying
Hen to Supplemental Choline and Sulfate. Poultry Science J.S. # 9624

Harney, J. P. and Baser, F. W. Effect of Porcine Conceptus Secretory Proteins on Interoestrous Interval
and Uterine Secretion of Prostaglandins. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility J.S. 4 9808

Harrell, R. C. and Levi, P. Vision Controlled Robots for Automatic Picking of Citrus. Journal of
Agricultural Engineering Research J.S. # 9577


Harrell, R. C.; Slaughter, D. C. and Adsit, P. D. A Fruit-Tracking System for Robotic Harvesting.
Machine Vision and Application J.S. 9576


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Harris, L. D. New Initiatives for Wildlife Conservation: The Need for Movement Corridors. Defenders:
In Defense of Wildlife J.S. # 9668

Harris, L. D. Conservation as a Social Science?. BioScience J.S. 10045

Hauptmann, R. M.; Ashraf, M.; Vasil, V.; Hannah, L. C.; Vasil, I. K. and Ferl, R. Promoter Strength
Comparisons of Maize Shrunken 1 and Alcohol Dehydrogenase 1 and 2 Promoters in Mono- and Dicotylednous
Species. Plant Physiology J.S. # 9143


Hawthorne, T. 8.; Solon, 8. and Meyer, 0. J. Systemic Amyloidosis ina Mare-An Unusual Presentation.
American Veterinary Medical Association J.S. # 9415

Helmer, S. D.; Gross, T. S..; Newton, Hansen, P. J. and Thatcher, W. W. Bovine Trophoblast Protein-1
Complex Alters Endometrial Protein and Prostaglandin Secretion and Induces an Intracellular Inhibitor
of Prostaglandin Synthesis In Vitro. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility J.S. # 9489


Helmer, S. D.; Hansen, P. J.; Thatcher, W. W.; Johnson, J. W. and Bazer, F. W. Intrauterine Infusion of
Purified Bovine Trophoblast Protein-1 Complex Exerts an Antiluteolytic Effect to Extend Corpus Luteum
Lifespan in Cyclic Cattle. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility J.S. # 9491

Henn, R. A.; McSorley, R. and Dunn, R. A. Nematode Extraction Losses from Two Sizes of Sampling Unit on
St. Augustine Turf. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 9341

Henny, R. H.; Conover, C. A. and Poole, R. T. 'Starry Nights' Dieffenbachia. HortScience J.S. 4 9141


Henny, R. J. and Fooshee, W. C. Thidiazuron Stimulates Basal Shoot Formation in Alocasia x Chantrieri.
HortScience J.S. # 9529
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Henny, R. J. and Fooshee, W. C. Response of Anthurium 'Lady Jane Liners to Different Light and
Fertilizer Levels. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9528

Herschlag, D.; Janovec, S. and Gander, J. E. Nucleoside Diphosphate Sugar:NAD Oxidoreductase in
Penicillium charlesii: An Artifact of Substrate Contamination with Alcohol Revealed through
Investigations of Stereospecificity. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics J.S. 0 9581

Hidiroglou, N.; Butler, G. and McDowell, L. R. Plasma and Tissue Vitamin E Concentrations in Sheep
after Administration of a Single Intraperitoneal Dose of dl-a-Tocopherol. Journal of Animal Science
J.S. # 9750


Hidiroglou, N.; McDowell, L. R. and Balbuena, 0. Plasma Tocopherol in Ruminants after Ingesting Free or
Acetylated Tocopherol. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 9323

Hochmuth, G. 3. and Hanlon, E. A. Mehlich-I Soil-Test Calibration for Watermelons: Phosphorus and
Potassium. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9840


Hodge, G. R.; Powell, G. L. and White, T. L. Establishment of the Second-Generation Selected Population
of Slash Pine in the Cooperative Forest Genetics Research Program. 20th Southern Forest Tree
Improvement Conference J.S. 10046

Hodge, G. R.; White, T. L. and deSouza S. M. Predicted Genetic Gains from One Generation of Slash Pine
Improvement. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry J.S. 9244


Homer, E. S.; Magloire, E. and Morera, J. A. Comparison of Selection for S2 Progeny Versus Testcross
Performance for Population Improvement in Maize. Crop Science J.S. # 9360


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Hornsby, A. G.; RAo, P. S. C. and Jones, R. L. Fate of Aldicarb in the Unsaturated Zone Beneath a
Citrus Grove. Water Resources Research J.S. # 9867

Horrmann, E. M.; Shapior, S. J. and Nicoletti. P. Evaluation of Serological and Cellular Immune
Responses of Cattle to a Nonlipopolysaccharide Antigen (NLA) from Brucella abortus. American Journal of
Veterinary Research J.S. 4 9442


Howard, F. W. Identification of Grasses for Use in Cultural Control of American Palm Cixiid
(Homoptera:Cixiidae), a Vector of Lethal Yellowing of Palms. Environmental Entomology

Howard, F. W. Questions and Answers about Lethal Yellowing Disease. Principes

Howard, F. W. Lethal Yellowing: "A Very Great Problem". The Palm Enthusiast


J.S. f 9517


J.S. # 9740

J.S. ft 9689


Howard, F. W. Management of Mahogany Webworm, Macalla thyrsisalis (Lepidoptera:pyralidae) with Natural
Products. Forest Ecology and Management J.S. 4 10056


Howard, F. W. and Solis, M. A. On the Distribution, Life History, and Host Plant Relationships of
Mahogany Webworm, Macalla thyrsiasalis Walker (Lepidoptera:Pyralidae). Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9575

Howard, F. W.; Abreu-Rodriquez, E. and Denmark, H. A. Geographical and Seasonal Distribution of the
Coconut Mite, Aceria querreronis (Acari:Eriophyidae), in Puerto Rico and Florida. Journal of
Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico J.S. # 9927


Howard, P. W.; Center, B. J. and Mead, F. W. Eye Color Changes Due to Pigment Migration in Some Species
of Heteroptera and Homoptera. Florida Entomologist J.S. 4 9929


Howard, F. W.: Verkade, S. L. and DeFilippis, J. D. Propagation of West Indies, Honduran and Hybrid
Mahoganies by Cuttings and Comparisons with Seed Propagation. Florida State Horticultural Society
J.S. 9448


Howe, T. K. and Waters, W Evaluation of Antirrhinum majus L. (Snapdragon) Cultivars for the
Landscape. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9444


Hubbard, W. G. and Abt, R. C. The Effect of Timber Sale Assistance on Returns to Landowners. Resource
Management and Optimization J.S.


Hubbell, D. H. Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening. Journal of Agronomic Education J


Huber, D. J. and Lee, J. H. Polygalacturonase Activity in Ripening Tomato Fruit Determined Using
Pericarp Disks. Journal of Experimental Botany J.5


Hung, L. L. and Sylvia, D. M. Isolation and Selection of Effective Strains of Vesicular-Arbuscular
Mycorrhizal Fungi for Industrial Sweet Potato. New Phytologist J


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Hunter, J. S.; Gabriel, D. W. and Lazo, G. R. Spectrophotometric Analysis for Xanthomonadins: A Rapid,
Simple Procedure for Detecting Xanthomonas Epiphytes. Phytopathology J.S. 9127


Hurt, G. W.; Brown, R. B. and Pilny, P. E. Urban LESA in Florida. Soil Survey Horizons


J.S. # 9487


Hwang, Y.-S.; Albrigo, L. G. and Huber, D. J. Juice Vesicle Disorders and In-Fruit Seed Germination in
Grapefruit. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9530


Hwang, Y.-S.; Huber, D J. and Albrigo, L. G. Comparative Study of Cell Walls in Normal and Disordered


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Juice-Vesicles (Granulation and Vesicle Collapse) of Grapefruit. American Society for Horticultural
Science J.S. # 9898


Ingram, D.; Bastord, .8.; Foster, W. and Ramcharan, C. Electronically Controlled Root Heating Tubes.
HortScience J.S. # 10058


Ingram, L. 0.; Eddy, C. K.; Mackenzie, K. F.; Conway, T. and Alterthum, F. Genetics of Zymomonas
mobilis and Ethanol Production. Developments in Industrial Microbiology J.S. # 9220


Jackson, L. K.; Taylor, C. L. and Davis, R. M. Statewide Citrus Manager Survey Results. Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. 0 9452

Jacobson, B. K.; Jones, P. H.; Jones, J. W. and Paramore, J. A. Real-Time Greenhouse Monitoring and
Control with an Expert System. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture J.S. t 9460


Jacobson, S. K. People for Parks-- Parks for People: Conservation Education in a Malaysian Park
System. Journal of Conservation Biology J.S. # 9546


Jacobson, S. K. Mass Media and Park Management: Reaching the Public Beyond the Park Boundary. The
Environmentalist J.S. t 9779

Jagtap, S. S. and Jones, J. w. Stability of Crop Coefficients under Different Climate and Irrigation
Management Practices. Irrigation Science J.S. # 9514

Jagtap, S. S. and Jones, J. W. Evapotranspiration Model for Developing Crops. American Society of
Agricultural Engineers J.S. # 9511


Jagtap, S. S.; Jones, J. W.; Tsuji, G. and Uehara, G. Integration of Crop Models with Natural Resource
Data Bases for Assessing Productivity and Sustainability of Agroecosystems. Agricultural Systems
J.S. # 9683


.Jain, R. and Singh, M. Phytotoxicity and Fate of Glyphosate in Two Biotypes of Guineagrass (Panicum
maximum). Weed Science J.S. 9 9366


Jain, R. and Singh, M. Ecological Factors Affecting Goatweed (Scoparia dulcis) Seed Germination. Weed
Science J.S. # 9870

Jain, R.; Singh, M. and Dezman, D. Isolation, Identification and Phytotoxic Evaluation of Phenolic
Compounds from Lantana Leaves. Weed Science J.S. # 9185

Jansson, R. K. and Heath, R. R. Development of a Sex Pheromone Monitoring System for Sweetpotato Weevil
Management. Tropical Root Crops J.S. # 9643


Jansson, R. K.; Hunsberger, A. G. B. and Lecrone, S. H. Ipomoea hederifolia L., a New Host Record for
the Sweetpotato Weevil, Cylas formicarius elegantulus (Summers) (Coleoptera:Curculionidae). Florida
Entomologist J.S. 0 9393

Jansson, R. K.; Hunsberger, A. G. B.; Lecrone, S. H. and O'Hair, S. K. Seasonal Abundance, Population
Growth, and Within-Plant Distribution of Sweetpotato Weevil (Coleoptera:Curculionidae) on Sweet Potato
in Southern Florida. Environmental Entomology J.S. 9690


Jansson, R. K.; Proshold, F. I.; Mason, L. J.; Heath, R. R. and Lecrone, S. H. Monitoring Sweetpotato
Weevil (Coleoptera:Curculionidae) with Sex Pheromone: Effects of Dosage and Age of Septa. Tropical
Pest Management J.S. # 9833


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Jennings, M. L. and Percival, H. F. Evaluation of Alligator Hatchling and Egg Removal from Three
Florida Lakes. Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Agencies


J.S. # 9319


Jensen, R. A. and Ahmad, S. Evolution and Phylogenetic Distribution of the Specialized Isozymes of
3-Deoxy-D-Arabino-Heptulosonate 7-Phosphate Synthase in Superfamily-8 Prokaryotes. Microbiological
Sciences J.S. 9182


Jensen, R. A.; Morris, P.; Bonner, C. A. and Zomir, L. 0. Biochemical Interface Between Aromatic Amino
Acid Biosynthesis and Secondary Metabolism. American Chemical Society J.S. 4 9217

Jeske, C. W.; Percival, H. F. and Thul, J. E. Food Habits of Ring-Necked Ducks Wintering in Florida.
Journal of Wildlife Management J.S. # 9230


Johnson, D. 0.; Huffman, R. D.; Williams, S. E. and Hargrove, D. D. Effects of Percentage Brahman and
Angus Breeding, Age Season of Feeding and Slaughter End Point on Meat Palatability and Muscle
Characteristics. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 10034


Johnson, D. W. Eucharitidae (Hymenoptera:Chalcidoidea): Biology and Potential for Biological Control.
Florida Entomologist J.S. t 9275

Johnson, D. W. and Maruniak, J. E. Physical Map of Anticarsia gemmatalis Nuclear Polyhedrosis Virus
(AgMMPV-2) DRA. Journal of General Virology J.S. 9 9559


Johnson, J. D. Dry Matter Partitioning in Loblolly and Slash Pine: Effects of Fertilization and
Irrigation. Forest Ecology and Management J.S. 9212

Johnston, C. T. and Stone, D. A. Vibratinal Probe Studies of the Kaolinite Surface Using Hydrazine.
Clays and Clay Minerals J.S. # 9413

Jokela, E. J.; Allen, H. L. and McFee, W. W. Fertilization of Southern Pines at Establishment. Forest
Regeneration Manual J.S. # 10044


Jokela, E. J.; Harding, R. B. and Nowak, C. A. Long-Term Effects of Fertilization on Stem Form, Growth
Relations and Yield Estimates of Slash Pine. Forest Science J.S. t 9728

Jokela, E. J.; Smith, W. H. and Colbert, S. R. Growth and Elemental Content of Slash Pine 16 Years
after Treatment with Garbage Composted with Sewage Sludge. Journal of Environmental Quality J.S. #
10039


Jones, J. P. and Jones, J. B. Field Control of Target Spot and Bacterial Speck of Tomato. Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. # 9551


Jones, J. W.; Dayan, E.; Van Kuelen, H. and Challa, H. Modeling Tomato Growth for Optimizing Greenhouse
Temperatures and Carbon Dioxide Concentrations. ACTA Horticultura J.S. I 9200


SJones, P. H. Agricultural Applications of Expert Systems Concepts. Agricultural Systems


J.S. 4 10003


Juhnke, M. E. and Des Jardin, E. Selective Medium for Isolation of Xanthomonas maltophilia from Soil
and Rhizosphere Environments. Applied and Environmental Microbiology J.S. 9227


Juhnke, M. E. and Des Jardin, E. Root Colonization by Strains of Streptomyces griseus Derived from
Protoplasts. Canadian Journal of Microbiology J.S. # 9792


Juzwiak, J. S.; Brown, M. P.; Gronwall, R. and Houston, A. E. The Effect of Probenecid on Serum, Body


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Fluid, and Endometrial Concentrations and Pharmacokinetics of Cephapirim in Mares. American Journal of
Veterinary Research J.S. # 9229

Kalmbacher, R. S.; Martin, F. G.; Boote, K. J.; Hammond, L. C. and Mislevy P. Effect of Bahiagrass
Canopy Size and Soil Water on Establishment of Aeschynomene. Agronomy Journal J.S. 0 9408


Kalmbacher, R. S.; Pitman, M. W.; Brown, W. F. and Martin, F. G. Caryopses Production, Forage
Digestibility and Yield in a Florida Collection of Schizachyrium scoparium. Crop Science J.S. 0 9973


Kalmbacher, R. S.; West, S. H.; Brown, W. F. and Martin, F. G. Caryopses Yield and Germination of
Selected Schizachyrium scoparium from a Florida Collection. Crop Science J.S. # 9974


Kane, M. E. and Albert, L. S. Comparative Shoot and Root Regeneration from Juvenile and Adult Aerial
Leaf Explants of Variable-Leaf Milfoil. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management J.S. 0 9294


Kane, M. E. and Albert, L. S. Abscisic Acid Induction of Aerial Leaf Development in Myriophyllum and
Proserpinaca Species Cultured In Vitro. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management J.S. # 9766


Kane, M. E.; Gilman E. F.; Jenks, M. and Sheehan, T. J. Aquatic Plant Micropropagation: Cryptocoryne
lucens. HortScience J.S. # 9950

Kane, M. E.; Sheehan, T. J.; Dehgan, B. and Philman, N. L. In vitro Propagation and Post-Transplant
Performance of Black Tupelo. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9402


Keller, A. E. and Zam, S. G. Improved In Vitro Culture Techniques for Freshwater Mussels. Environmental
Toxicology and Chemistry J.S. # 10041


Kepner, R. L.; Yu, S. J. and Hudson, W. G. Field Performance and Persistence of a Malathion Mole
Cricket (Orthoptera:Gryllotalpidae) Bait. Journal of Economic Entomology


J.S. 9178


Kidder, G.; Holsinger, M. J. and Yeager, T. H. Attempted Lowering of Calcareous Soil pH in Field-Grown
Containers. Journal of Environmental Horticulture J.S. 0 9762

Kimbrough, J. W. and Gibson, J. L. Ultrastructural and Cytological Observations of Apothecial Tissues
of Geopyxis carbonaria (Pezizales, Ascomycetes). Canadian Journal of Botany J.S. 0 9636


Kimbrough, J. W. and Gibson, J. L. Ultrastructural Observations on Helvellaceae (Pezizales,
Ascomycetes) III. Septal Structures in Helvella. Mycologia


J.S. # 9905


Kimbrough, J. W.; Wu, C.-G. and Gibson, J. L. Ultrastructural Observations on Helvellaceae (Pezizales,
Ascomycetes) IV. Ascospore Ontegony in Selected Species of Gyromitra Subgenus Discina. Canadian
Journal of Botany J.S. 4 9996


King, T. P. and Marion, W. R. Economic Considerations Affecting Wildlife Habitat Reclamation in
Florida's Phosphate Mining Industry. Reclamatin, A Global Perspective


Kistler, H. C. Genetic Manipulation of Plant Pathogenic Fungi. Microbial Control of Weeds


Kistler, H. C. and Benny, U. The Mitochondrial Genome of Fusarium Oxysporum. Plasmid


J.S. t 10038


J.S. 9919


J.S. # 9896


Klimaszewski, J.; Frank, J. H. and Peck, S. B. Two New Species and a Key to the Adults of Aleochara of
Florida (Coleoptera:Staphylinidae). Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9981


Knauft, D. A. and Gorbet, D. W. Genetic Diversity Among Peanut Cultivars. Crop Science


J.S. # 9613


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Knauft, D. A. and Gorbet, D. W. Variability in Growth Characteristics of Peanut Lines. Crop Science
J.S. 9752


Knox, G. W. Water Use and Characteristics of Growth of Five Species of Container-Grown Woody
Ornamentals. Journal of Environmental Horticulture J.S. 9564


- Knox, G. W. and Zimet, D. Water Use Efficiency of Four Species of Woody Ornamentals under North Florida
Winter Conditions. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9524


Koo, R. C. J. Response of Citrus to Seaweed-Based Nutrient Sprays. Florida State Horticultural Society
J.S. # 9335


Kramer, R. D.; Koehler, P. G. and Patterson, R. S. Effects of Two New Growth Inhibitors on German
Cockroaches. Journal of Medical and Veterinary Entomology J.S. # 9797


Krohn, B. M. and Lindsay, J. A. Production, Purification, Characterization, and Comparison of
Thermostable a-Glucosidase from a Bacillus subtilis High Temperature Growth (HTG) Transformant and
Thermolabile a-Glucosidase from the Mesophile Recipient Parent. Applied Environmental Microbiology
J.S. # 9985


Kucharek, T. and Cullen, R. Control of Diseases Caused by Rhizoctonia solani and Sclerotium rolfsii in
Soybeans, Beans, Peanuts, and Cucumbers with Flutolanil. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9684


Lamkey, J. W.; Cruz, R.; Johnson, D. D. and West, R. L. The Effect of Fat Level and Trim
Reincorporation on the Attributes of Restructured Beef Roasts from Utility Chucks. Journal of Food
Quality J.S. # 9976


Langeland, K. A. Karyotypes of Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae) Populations in the United States. Journal of
Aquatic Plant Mangement J.S. 0 9775

Larbi, A.; Mislevy, P. and Adjei, M. B. Comparison of Agronomic Methods for Determining Forage
Disappearance under Grazing. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9938


Laredo, M. A.; Gonzalez, F.; Carrillo, J. A. and McDowell, L. R. Mineral Supplementation of Beef Cattle
in an Andean Region of Colombia. Nutrition Reports International J.S. # 9206


Laroche, F.; Jones, 0. 8. and Gardner, F. P. Plant Characteristics Influencing Rice Yield on Florida
Histosol. Agronomy Journal J.S. f 9853


Larsen, R. E. and Chenoweth, P. J. Diadem/Crater Defects in Spermatozoa from Two Related Angus Bulls.
Gamete Research J.S. 9995


LeBlanc, M. M. and Pritchard, E. L. Effects of Bovine Colostrum, Foal Serum Immunoglobulin
Concentration and Intravenous Plasma Transfusion on Chemiluminescence Response of Foal Neutrophils.
Animal Genetics
J.S. t 9225


LeBlanc, M. M.; Asbury, A. C. and Whitler, S. L. Uterine Clearance Mechanisms in the Early
Post-Ovulatory Period in the Mare. American Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. f 9187


Ledoux, D. R.; Henry, P. R.; Ammerman, C. B. and Miles, R. D. Effect of Dietary Copper on Tissue
Mineral Composition as an Estimate of Copper Bioavailability in Broiler Chicks. Nutrition Reports
International
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Ledoux, D. R.; Henry, P. R.; Ammerman, C. B. and Miles, R. 0. Effect of Dietary Copper and Age on
Tissue Mineral Composition of Broiler-Type Chicks as a Bioassay of Inorganic Copper Sources. Nutrition
Reports International J.S. # 9462

Ledoux, D. R., Henry, P. R.; Ammerman, C. 8.; Rao, P. V. and Miles, R. D. Estimation of the Relative
Bioavailability of Inorganic Copper Sources for Nonruminants Using Tissue Uptake of Copper. Journal of
Animal Science J.S. # 10064


Lee, H. S. and Nagy, S. Measurement of Color Changes Due to Browning in Stored Grapefruit Juices.
Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. 0 9479


Lee, H. S. and Nagy, S. Relative Reactivities of Sugars in the Formation of 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural of
Sugar-Catalyst Model Systems. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation J.S. 9788

Lee, H. S. and Nagy, S. Formation of 4-vinyl Guaiacol in Adversely Stored Orange Juice as Measured by
an Improved HPLC Method. Journal of Food Science J.S. # 9812

Lee, J.-Y. and Fairchild, G. F. Commodity Advertising, Imports and the Free Rider Problem. Journal of
Food Distribution Research J.S. # 9290


Lee, W. S.; Barrett, J. E. and Nell, T. A. High Temperature Effects on the Growth and Flowering on
Impatiens Wallerana Cultivars. Acta Horticulturae J.S. # 10062

Leskovar, D. I.; Cantliffe, D. J. and Stoffella, P. J. Pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) Root Growth and its
Relation to Shot Growth in Response to Nitrogen. Journal of Horticulture Science J.S. 9951

Li, W. I.; Chen, C. L. and Baser, F. W. Characterization and Localization of Immunoreactive 8-Endorphin
(Ir-B-END) in the Pig Endometrium. Endocrinology J.S. # 9819

Li, W. I.; Chen, C. L. and Baser, F. W. Levels of Immunoreactive B-Endorphin in the Pig Endometrium and
Uterine Secretions During the Estrous Cycle and Early Pregnancy. Biology of Reproduction J.S. # 9885

Li, W. I.; Chen, C. L. and Chou, J. Y. Characterization of a Temperature-Sensitive B-Endorphin
Secreting Transformed Endometrial Cell Line. Endocrinology J.S. # 9888


Lin, Z. and Myhre, D. L. Growth of Citrus Roots Associated with Aluminum Level in Soils under Field
Conditions. Soil Science Society of America J.S. # 9911

Lindberg, W. J. and Stanton, G. R. Resource Quality, Dispersion and Mating Prospects for Crabs
Occupying Bryozoan Colonies. Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology J.S. # 9803

** Lines, Jr., L. and Harris, L. D. Isolation of Nature Reserves in North Florida: Measuring Linkage
Exposure. FOR J.S. # 9876


Linley, J. R. Scanning Electron Microscopy of the Egg of Aedes (Protomacleaya) triseriatus
(Diptera:Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology J.S. # 9392

Linley, J. R. Comparative Fine Structure of the Eggs of Aedes albopictus, Aedes aeqypti and Aedes
bahamensis (Diptera:Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology J.S. 9419

Linley, J. R. Laboratory Tests of the Effects of P-Cresol and 4-Methylcyclohexanol on Oviposition by
Three Species of Toxorhynchities (Diptera:Culicidae). Medical and Veterinary Entomology J.S. 9403


Linley, J. R. Egg Cannibalism in Otxorhynchites r. rutilus. American Mosquito Control Association


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Linley, J. R. Scanning Electron Microscopy of the Eggs of Aedes vexans and Aedes infirmatus
(Diptera:Culicidae). Entomological Society of America


J.S. 10033



J.S. # 9907


Linley, J. R. and Clark, G. G. The Egg of Aedes (Gymnometopa) mediovittatus (Coq.) (Diptera:Culicidae).
Medical Entomology J.S. # 9133

Linley, J. R. and Seabury, F. The Egg of Toxorhynchites splendens Described and Compared with the Egg
of Toxorhynchites amboinensis (Diptera:Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology J.S. # 9247

Linley, J. R.; Lounibos, L. P. and Linley, P. A. Fine Structure of the Egg of Trichoprosopon digitatum
(Diptera:Culicidae) and its Relationship to Egg Raft Formation. Journal of Medical Entomology
J.S. # 10051



Lloyd, J. E. and Wing, S. R. Flash Behavior and Ecology of Thai Luciola Fireflies
(Coleoptera:Lanpyridae). Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9273

Locascio, S. J. and Rhue, R. D. Phosphorus and Micronutrient Sources for Potato. American Potato
Journal J.S. 9676

Locascio, S.J.; Stall, R. E. and Stall, W. M. Expression of Bacterial Wilt in Tomato as Influenced by
Cultivar and Lime. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9556


Long, A. J. Proper Planting Improves Performance. Regeneration Manual for Southern Pines


J.S. # 10072


Lough, D. S. and Beede, D. K. Comparison of Lactational Responses to an In Vitro Ruminal Solubility of
Magnesium from Magnesium Oxide or Organic Magnesium Chelate. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 9513

Lough, D. S.; Beede, D. K. and Wilcox, C. J. Effects of Level of Feed Intake and Thermal Stress on
Maamary Blood Flow and other Physiological Measurements in Lactating Dairy Cows. Journal of Dairy
Science J.S. # 9718


Lounibos, L. P. and DeWald Oviposition Site Selection of Mansonia Mosquitoes on Water Lettuce.
Ecological Entomology J.S. # 9449

Lowell, C. A.; Tomlinson, P. T. and Koch, K. E. Sucrose-Metabolizing Enzymes in Transport Tissues and
Adjacent Sink Structures in Developing Citrus Fruit. Plant Physiology J.S. 9998

Lubis, D.; Van Horn, H. H.; Harris, Jr., B. and Bachman, K. C. Resonses of Lactating Dairy Cows to
Protected Fats or Whole Cottonseed in Low- or High-Roughage Diets. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 9669


Lucy, M. C.; Gross, T. S. and Thatcher, W. W. Effect of Intravenous Infusion of a Soybean Oil Emulsion
on Plasma Concentration of 15-Keto-13, 14-Dihydro-prostaglandin F o and Ovarian Function in Cycling
Holstein Heifers. International Atomic Energy Agency J.S. 9492


Lynne, G. D. Scarcity Rents for Water: A Valuation and Pricing Model: Coment. Land Economics
9776


Lyrene, P. Blueberry Cultivation in Florida. Fruit South


J.S. #



J.S. 9880


Lyrene, P. Description of Cultivars: Science or Advertising A Reply to Werner J. Lipton's Essay in
HortScience 23:680. HortScience J.S. # 9926


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Lyrene, P. M. Effect of Cross-Pollination, Self-Pollination, and Mixed-Pollination on Fruiting of
'Sharpblue' Blueberry. American Society for Horticultural Science J.S. f 9730

Lyrene, P. M. Low-Chill Highbush Blueberries. Fruit Varieties Journal J.S. # 10065

Lyrene, P. M. and Sherman, W. B. Cultivation of Highbush Blueberry in Florida. Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. # 9467


MacKay, R. J. and Skelley, L. A. Bacterial Lipopolysaccharide Induces Tumor Necrosis FActor Activity in
the Serum of Foals: Preliminary Report. Equine Veterinary Journal J.S. # 9553

Mackenzie, K. F.; Conway, T.; Aldrich, H. C. and Ingram, L. O. Expression of Zymomonas mobilis adhB
(Alcohol Dehydrogenase II) and adhB-lacZ Operon Fusions in Recombinant Z. mobilis. Journal of
Bacteriology J.S. # 9807

Mackenzie, K. F.; Eddy, C. K. and Ingram, L. 0. Modulation of Alcohol Dehydrogenase Isoensyme Levels in
Zymomonas mobilis by Iron and Zinc. Journal of Bacteriology J.S. # 9120

Malayer, J. R. and Hansen, P. J. Differences Between Brahman and Holstein Cows in Heat-Shock Induced
Alterations of Protein Secretion by Oviducts and Uterine Endometrium. Journal of Animal Science
J.S. # 9236


Manlan, M.; Matthews, R. F.; Rouseff, R. L.; Littell, R. C.; Marshall, M. R.; Moye, H. A. and Teixeira,
A. A. Evaluation of the Properties fo Polystyrene Divinlybensene Adsorbents for Debittering Grapefruit
Juice. Journal of Food Science J.S. f 9671


Manlan, M.; Teixeira, A. A.; Matthews, R. F. and Rouseff, R. L. Mathematical Modeling of the Adsorption
of Naringin, Limonin and Recoverable Oil from Grapefruit Juice Serum by Polystyrene Divinylbenzene
Adsorbent. Journal of Food Science J.S. # 9709

Mansor, M. and Buckingham, G. R. Laboratory Host Range Studies with a Leaf-Mining Duckweed Shore Fly.
Journal of Aquatic Plant Management J.S. # 9785

Marion, W. R. Wildlife Rehabilitation: Its Role in Future Resource Management. North American Wildlife
and Natural Resources Conference J.S. # 9744

Marion, W. R. Recreational Access to Private Lands in Florida. North American wildlife and Natural
Resources Conference J.S. 4 9836

Marion, W. R. Recent Trends in Phosphate Mine Reclamation in the United States. Reclamation, A Global
Perspective J.S. # 10037

Marion, W. R. and Huegel, C. N. Placing Wildlife Rehabilitation in Perspective. North American
Association of Environmental Educators J.S. # 9523


Marion, W. R. and King, T. P. Assessing Wildlife Habitats on Reclaimed Phosphate Lands. Proc. Nat.
Symp. on Mining, Hydrology, Sedimentology and Reclamation J.S. # 9169

Marler, T. E. and Davies, F. S. Microsprinkler Irrigation of Young 'Hamlin' Orange Trees, II: Root
Growth and Distribution. American Society of Horticultural Sciences J.S. 9267

Marler, T. E. and Davies, F. S. Microsprinkler Irrigation of Young 'Hamlin' Orange Trees, I: Canopy
Growth and Development. American Society for Horticultural Science J.S. # 9269


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Marquez, E. J.; Ahmed, E. M.; West, R. L. and Johnson, D. D. Emulsion Stability and Sensory Quality of
Frankfurters Produced at Different Fat or Peanut Oil. Journal of Food Science J.S. 9 9140

Marranzini, R. M.; Schmidt, R. H.; Shireman, R. B.; Marshall, M. R. and Cornell, J. A. The Effect of
Threonine and Glycine Levels on Threonine Aldolase Activity of Yogurt Microorganisms during Growth in a
Modified-Milk Prepared by Ultrafiltration. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 9310


Martin, C. A. and Ingram, D. L. Paclobutrazol and Irradiance Level Affect Growth of Magnolia
grandiflora. Florida State Horticultural Science J.S. # 9801


Martin, C. A. and Ingram, D. L. Supraoptimal Root-Zone Temperature Alters Growth and Photosynthesis of
Holly and Elm. Journal of Arboriculture J.S. # 9948

Martin, C. and Ingram, D. L. Container Spacing Treatments Influence Temperature Fluctuations and Holly
Growth. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9391


Martin, F. N. Maternal Inheritance of Mitochondrial DNA in Sexual Crosses of Pythium sylvaticum.
Current Genetics J.S. # 9960

Martin, F. N. Variation in the Ribosomal RNA Repeat Unit Within Individual Isolates of the Genus
Pythium. Current Genetics J.S. # 9952

Martin, F. N. Variation in the Mitochondrial DNA of Pythium oligandrum Occurs Primarily in the Small
Unique Region of the Genome. Current Genetics J.S. # 10025

Martin, F. N. Taxonmic Classification of an Asexual Isolate of Pythium ultimum Based on Cultural
Characteristics and Mitochondrial DNA Restriction Patterns. Experimental Mycology J.S. # 9946


Martin, F. N. and Kistler, H. C. Species Specific Banding Patterns of Restriction Endonuclease Digested
Mitochondrial DNA from the Genus Pythium. Experimental Mycology J.S. t 9945

Martin, F. N. and Whitney, E. D. The Effective Use of In-Bed Fumigation for Control of Rhizomania of
Sugar Beet. Plant Disease J.S. # 9702


Martsolf, J. D. Satellite Imagery, Text Weather, and Frost Protection Methodology are Combined in
Florida's Weather Network. American Meteorological Society J.S. # 9515

SMartsolf, J. D.; Wiltbank, W. J.; Hannah, H. E.; Johnson, Jr., F.; Fernandez, R. T.; Bucklin, R. A. and
Harrison, D. S. Modification of Temperature and Wind by an Orchard Cover and Heaters for Freeze
Protection. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9560


Mason, L. J.; Nation, J. L. and Baranowski, R. M. Efficacy of Sex Pheromone for Trapping Caribbean
Fruit Fly (Anastrepha suspense (Loew)) (Diptera:Tephritidae). Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9606


Mathews, H. and Litz, R. E. Kanamycin Sensitivity of Mango Somatic Embryos. HortScience J.S. # 9848


Matthews, R. F.; West, P. F. and Carter, R. D. A Rapid Analytical Procedure for Volatile Constituents
of Orange Juice. Journal of Food Science J.S. 9670

Maynard, D. N. Specialty Vegetable Production in Florida, USA. Acta Horticulturae J.S. # 9271


Maynard, D. N. Evaluation of Leek Cultivars in West Central Florida. Florida State Horticultural
Society J.S. # 9381


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Maynard, D. N. Production of Seedless Watermelons: A New Opportunity and Challenge. Interamerican
Society for Tropical Horticulture J.S. 9380

Maynard, D. N. Triploid Watermelon Seed Orientation Affects Seedcoat Adherence on Emerged Cotyledons.
HortScience J.S. 9437


Mazzotti, F. J. Factors Affecting the Nesting Success of the American Crocodile, Crocodylus acutus, in
Florida Bay. Bulletin of Marine Science J.S. # 9561


Mazsotti, F. J. and Dunson, W. A. Osmoregulation in Crocodilians. American Zoologist J.S. # 9364

McCarty, D. R.; Carson, C. B.; Stinard, P. S. and Robertson, 0. S. Molecular Analysis of Viviparons-1:
An Abscisic Acid in Sensitive Mutant of Maize. The Plant Cell J.S. f 9902


McCollum, T. G.; Huber, D. J. and Cantliffe, D. J. Modification of Polyuronides and Hemicelluloses
During Muskmelon Fruit Softening. Physiologia Plantarum J.S. # 9370


McCoy, C. W. Entomogenous Fungi as Microbial Pesticides. Proceedings of UCLA Symposium J.S. t 9798


McCoy, C. W. and Boucias, B. G. Selection of Beauveria bassiana Pathotypes as Potential Microbial
Control Agents of Soil-Inhabiting Citrus Weevils. Mem Inst. Oswaldo Cruz J.S. # 9477

McDowell, J. M.; Funderburk, J. E.; Boucias, 0. G.; Gilrath, M. E. and Lynch, R. E. Biological Activiy
of Beauveria bassiana Against Lesser Cornstalk Borer, Elasmopalpus lignosellus (Lepidoptera:Pyralidae),
on Soil and Leaf Substrates. Environmental Entomology J.S. 9280


McDowell, K. J.; Sharp, D. C.; Grubaugh, W.; Thatcher, W. W. and Wilcox, C. J. Restricted Conceptus
Mobility Results in Failure of Pregnancy Maintenance in Mares. Biology of Reproduction J.S. # 9237


McDowell, L. R.; Morillo, 0. and Conrad, J. H. Nutritional Status of Beef Cattle in Specific Regions of
Venezuela. II. Microminerals. Nutrition Reports International J.S. # 9356

McDowell, L. R.; Morillo, D. and Conrad, J. H. Nutritional Status of Beef Cattle in Specific Regions of
Venezuela. I. Macrominerals and Forage Organic Constituents. Nutrition Reports International
J.S. 9355


McGhee, M. B. and Cheek, J. G. Assessment of Preparation and Career Patterns of Agricultural Education
Graduates, 1975-1985. Journal of Agricultural Education J.S. # 9999


McGowan, C. Influence of Vitamin B8 Status on Aspects of Lead Toxicity in Rats. Toxicology Letters
J.S. # 9171


McGowan, C. and Graham, H. D. Protein Quality Assays of Canavalia maritima in the Rat Following
Treatments to Remove Anti-Physiological Factors. Nutrition Reports International J.S. # 9354


McGowan, C. and Wiley, V. A. Determination of Canavanine and Essential Amino Acid Concentrations in Dry
Canavalia maritima Seeds. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture J.S. # 9936


McGuire, M. A.; Collier, R. J.; Buonomo, F. C.; Beede, D. K.; DeLorenzo, M. A.; Wilcox, C. J.;
Huntington, G. B. and Reynolds, C. K. Effects of Acute Thermal Stress and Level of Feed Intake on
Concentrations of Somatotropin, Insulin-Like Growth Factors -I and -II and Thyroid Hormones in Plasma
of Lactating Holstein Cows. Journal of Animal Science J.S. 9516


McGuire, R. G.; Jones, J. 8.; Stanley, C. D. and Csizinszky, A. A. Epiphytic Populations of Xanthomonas


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campestris pv vesicatoria on Tomato as Influenced by Nitrogen and Potassium Fertilization Supplies
through Drip Irrigation. HortScience J.S. 9259

McKently, A. H.; Moore, G. A. and Gardner, F. P. In Vitro Plant Regeneration of Peanut from Seed
Explants. Crop Science J,S. 9 9496


McMillan, Jr., R. T.; Narayanan, K. R.; Ramos, L. J.; Jeter, J. M. and Gutierrez, S. Growth Promotion
in Plants by a Non-Pathogenic Fungus. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9700

McSorley, R. and Dickson, D. W. Vertical Distribution of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes in Sandy Soil under
Maize. Journal of Nematology J.S. f 9817


McSorley, R. and Dickson, D. W. Vertical Distribution of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes in Sandy Soil under
Soybean. Journal of Nematology J.S. 9832


McSorley, R. and Dickson, D. W. Effects and Dynamics of a Nematode Community on Soybean. Journal of
Nematology J.S. # 9773

McSorley, R. and Dickson, D. W. Nematode Population Density Increase on Cover Crops of Rye and Vetch.
Nematropica J.S. $ 9621

McSorley, R. and Dickson, 0. W. Effects and Dynamics of a Nematode Community on Maize. Journal of
Nematology J.S. 9637


McSorley, R. and Dunn, R. A. Effects of Selected Nematodes on Areca catechu. Annals of Applied
Nematology J.S. # 9753


McSorley, R.; Hammond, L. C. and Dunn, R. A. Nematodes Associated with Two Biomass Crops in Florida.
Nematropica J.S. 0 9303

Medina, 0. A.; Kretschmer, Jr., A. E. and Sylvia, D. M. Growth Response of Field-Grown Siratro and
Aeschynomane americana to Inoculation with Selected Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi. Biology and
Fertility of Soils J.S. # 9612

Meerow, A. W. New Trends in Amaryllis (Hippeastrum Herbert) Breeding. Florida State Horticultural
Society J.S. # 9482

Melaika, N. and Bottcher, A. Irrigation and Drainage Management Model for Florida's Everglades
Agricultural Area. American Society of Agricultural Engineers J.S. # 9318

Meline, C. and Hochauth, G. Economics of Watermelon and Muskmelon Planting Systems for North Florida.
Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9747


Mersie, W. and Singh, M. Metalaxyl Phytotoxicity to Citrus as Separate and Combined Applications with
Herbicides. HortScience J.S. # 9334

Mersie, W. and Singh, M. Phenolic Acids Affect Photosynthesis and Protein Systhesis in Isolated Leaf
Cells of Velvetleaf. Journal of Chemical Ecology J.S. # 9228


Michelozzi, M.; Squillace, A. E. and White, T. L. Monoterpene Composition and Fusiform Rust Resistance
in Slash Pine. Forest Science J.S. 9963


Miller, W. L.; Foran, J. A.; Huber, W.; Davidson, J. M.; Moye, H. A. and Spangler, D. P. Ground Water
Monitoring for Temik (Aldicarb) in Florida. Water Resources Bulletin J.S. *# 9864


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Miller, W. M. Comparison of Two Classification Approaches for Automatic Density Separation of Florida
Citrus Applied Engineering in Agriculture J.S. # 9138


Miller, W. M. Frictional Properties in Handling Citrus. Florida State Horticultural Society


Miller, W. M. andd Verba, W. L. Automatic Density Measurements for Quality Sorting of 'Marsh'
Grapefruit. Applied Engineering in Agriculture


J.S. # 9714



J.S. # 9579


Milon, J. W. A Nested Demand Shares Model of Artificial Marine Habitat Choice by Sport Anglers. Marine
Resource Economics J.S. # 9291


Milon, J. W. Contingent Valuation Experiments for Stragetic behavior. Journal of Environmental
Economics and Management


J.S. # 9292


Milon, J. W. and Boggess, W. G. The Implications of Reliability Theory for Environmental Institutional
Design and Decision Making. American Journal of Agricultural Economics J.S. # 9215


Mirando, M. A.; Harney, J. P.; Seers, S.; Pontzer, C. H.; torres, B. A.; Johnson, H. M. and Bazer, F.
W. Onset of Secretion of Proteins with Antiviral Activity by Pig Conceptus. Journal of Reproduction and
Fertility J.S. 9901


Mirando, M. A.; Ott, T. L.; Vallett, J. L.; Davis, M. and Bazer, F. W. Oxytocin-Stimultaed Inositol
Phosphate Turnover in Endometrium of Ewes is Influenced by Stage of the Estrous Cycle, Pregnancy and
Intrauterine Infusion of Ovine Conceptus Secretory Proteins. Biology of Reproduction J.S. 0 10032


Mislevy, P.; Martin, F. G. and Adjei, M. B. Changes in Elephantgrass Plant Components with Maturity:
II Crude Protein and Digestibility. International Grassland Congress XVI J.S. # 9721


Mislevy, P.; Martin, F. G.; Downs, 8. J. and Singer, K. L. Response of Stargrass to Grazing Management.
International Grassland Congress XVI J.S. # 9719


Mislevy, P.; Rechcigl, J. E.; Brown, W. F. and Larbi, A. Grazing Management and Animal Performance on
'Stargrass. International Livestock Conference J.S. # 9720


Moliner, A. M. and Street, J. J. Interactions of Hydrazine with Clays and Soils. Journal of
Environmental Quality


Moliner, A. M. and Street, J. J. Decomposition of Hydrazine in Aqueous Solutions. Journal of
Environmental Quality


J.S. # 9886



J.S. 9887


Morales, J. L.; Van Horn, H. H. and Moore, J. E. Dietary Interaction of Cane Molasses with Source of
Roughage: Intake and Lactation Effects. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. I 9627

Morel, J. L.; Bitton, G.; Chaudhry, G. R. and Awong, J. Fate of Genetically Modified Microorganisms in
the Corn Rhizosphere. Current Microbiology J.S. 4 9344


Moreland, A. F.; Forrester, D. J. and Delany, M. F. Sebekia mississippiensis (Pentastomida) from
Juvenile American Alligators in North Central Florida. Helminthological Society of Washington
J.S. # 9261


Morris, P. F.; Bonner, C. A.; Doong, R.-L.; Subramanian, P.; Fischer ,R. S. and Jensen, R. A.
Mechanical Wounding Induces the Entire Primary Pathway of Aromatic Amino Acid Biosynthesis. Life
Scinece Advances Plant Physiology


J.S. 9170


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Morris, P. F.; Doong, R.-L. and Jensen, R. A. Evidence from Solanum tuberosum in Support of the
Dual-Pathway Hypothesis of Aromatic Biosynthesis. Plant Physiology J.S. # 9180

Morrish, F. M. and Vasil, I. K. DNA Methylation and Embryogenic Competence in Leaves and Callus of
Napiergrass (Pennisetum Purpureum Schum.). Plant Physiology J.S. # 9502


Mortensen, J. A. and Harris, J. W. Muscadine and Bunch Grape Fresh Fruit Taset Panels During 21 Years
with 101 Cultivars. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9451


Morton, J. F.; Sanchez, C. A. and Snyder, G. H. Chinese Waterchestnuts in Florida- Past, Present and
Future. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9640


Moss, C. B.; Ford, S. A. and Boggess, W. G. Capital Gains, Optimal Leverage, and the Probability of
Equity Loss: A Theoretical Model. Agricultural Finance Review J.S. 9966


Mossler, M. A., Shilling, D. G. and Haller, W. T. The Photolyic Degradation of Fluridone. Journal of
Aquatic Plant Management J.S. # 9879


Moya, J.; Wilcox, C. J.; Littell, R. C.; Thatcher, W. W. and Martin, F. G. Variations Associated with
Interactions of Sire of Fetus, Sire of Cow, and Herd-Year-Season in Jersey Production and Reproduction.
Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 9866


Moye, H. A.; Malagodi M. H.; Yoh, J.; Deyrup, C. L.; Chang, S.-D. C.; Leibee, G. L.; Ku, C. C. and
Wislocki, P. G. Avermectin Bla Metabolism in Celery. Agricultural and Food Chemistry J.S. # 9780


Muchow, R. C.; Sinclair, T. R. and Bennett, J. M. Temperature and Solar Radiation Effects on Potential
Maize Yield Across Locations. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 9749


Muir, J. P. and Pitman, W. D. Response of Desmodium heterocarpon and Galactia elliottii to Rhizobia and
Soil Amendments. Tropical Grasslands J.S. # 10060

Muraro, R. P. Average Annual Percent Tree Loss for Florida's Citrus Industry. Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. # 9445


Myer, R. O.; Gorbet, D. W. and Combs, G. E. Nutritive Value of Early-Planted Crop, Ratoon (Regrowth)
Crop and Late-Planted Grain Sorghums for Young, Growing Swine. Journal of Production Agriculture
J.S. 9439


Myer, R. 0.; Johnson D. D.; Otwell, W. S.; Walker, W. R. and Combs, G. E. Evaluation of Scallop Viscera
Silage as a High-Protein Feedstuff in Diets for Growing-Finishing Swine. Nutrition Reports
International J.S. # 10023


Nagy, S.; Lee, H. L.; Rouseff, R. L. and Lin, J. C. C. Nonenzymic Browning of Commerically Canned and
Bottled Grapefruit Juice. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry J.S. 9852


Nagy, S.; Rouseff, R. L. and Lee, H. S. Thermally Degraded Flavors in Citrus Juice Products. ACS
Symposium J.S. # 9416


Narayanan, K. R.; McMillan, Jr., R. T.; Graves, W. R. and Ramos, L. J. Use of Proteinases as Foliar
Sprays to Control Bacterial and Fungal Diseases. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9742


Nation, J. L. Biology of Pheromone Release by Male Caribbean Fruit Flies, Anastrepha suspense. Journal
of Chemical Ecology J.S. # 9589


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Nayar, J. K.; Knight, J. W. and Vickery, A. C. Susceptibility of Anopheles quadrimaculatus to
Subperiodic Brugia malayi and Brugiai pahangi Adapted to Nude Mice and Jirds. Experimental Parasitology

J.S. # 9349


Neary, D. G.; Jokela, E. J.; Comerford, N. 8.; Colbert, S. R. and Cooksey, T. E. Understanding
Competition for Soil Nutrients-The Key to Site Productivity on Southeastern Coastal Plain Spodosols.
7th North American Forest Soils Conference J.S. # 9745

Nell, T. A. and Barrett, J. E. Postproduction Longevity of New Flowering Potted Plants. Acta
Horticultural J.S. # 9231

Nell, T. A. and Barrett, J. E. Post-Production Handling of Bedding and Potted Plants. Acta
Horticulturae J.S. # 10063


Nell, T. A.; Barrett, J. E. and Leonard, R. T. Effect of Fertilizer Termination and Production
Irradiance Level on Growth, Simulated Shipping and Interior Longevity of Chrysanthemum. HortScience
J.S. # 9409


Nell, T. A.; Leonard R. T. and Barrett, J. E. Increasing the Longevity of Chrysanthemum with Cytokinin
Applications. HortScience J.S. # 9410

Nell, T. A.; Leonard, R. T. and Barrett, J. E. Physiological Factors Affecting the Longevity of
Chrysanthemum and Poinsettia. American Society of Horticultural Science J.S. # 9411


Newton, G. R.; Vallet, J. L.; Hansen, P. J. and Bazer, F. W. Inhibition of Lymphocyte Proliferation by
Ovine Trophoblast Protein-1 and a High-Molecular-Weight Glycoprotein Produced by the Peri-Implantation
Sheep Conceptus. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology and Microbiology J.S. # 9340

Nguyen, K. B. and Smart, Jr., G. C. Steinernema scapterisci n. sp. (Steinernematidae:Nematoda). Journal
of Nematology J.S. f 9846

Nguyen, K. 8. and Smart, Jr., G. C. Steinernema scapterisci, a Biological Control Agent of Molec
Crickets. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 9910


Nigg, H. N. and Stamper, J. H. Biological Monitoring for Pesticide Determination: Historical
Perspectives, Current Practices, and New Approaches. ACS Symposium Series J.S. 5 9484


Nigg, H. N.; Stamper, J. H.; Mahon, W. D. and DeJonge, J. 0. Protection Afforded Citrus Pesticide
Applicators by Coveralls. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology J.S. # 9892

Nkedi-Kizza, P.; Brusseau, M. L.; Rao, P. S. C. and Hornsby, A. G. Nonequilibrium Sorption During
45
Displacement of Hydrophobic Organic Chemicals and Ca through Soil Columns with Aqueous and Mixed
Solvents. Environmetnal Science and Technology J.S. # 9889


Noguera, F. and Atkinson, T. H. Biogeography and Biology of Bark and Ambrosia Beetles
(Coleoptera:Scolytidae and Platypodidae) of a Mesic Montane Forest in Mexico with an Annotated
Checklist of Species.. Entomological Society of America J.S. 9804

Norcini, J. G. and Knox, G. W. Response of Ligustrum x ibolium, Photinia x fraseri and Pyracantha
koidzumi 'Wonderberry' to XE-1019 and Pruning. Journal of Environmental Horticulture J.S. # 9578


Nordmeyer, D. and Dickson, D. W. Biological Activity and Acetycholinestrase Inhibition of Nonfumigant
Nematicdes and their Degradation Products on Meloidogyne incognita. Revue de Nematologie J.S. t 9522


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Nordmeyer, D. and Dickson, D. W. Effect of Carbamate, Organophosphate and Avermectin Nematicides on the
Oxygen Consumption of Three Meloidogyne spp.. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 9610

Nordmeyer, D. and Dickson, D. W. Multiple Molecular Forms of Acetylcholinesterase in the
Plant-Parasitic Nematodes Meloidogyne incognita and Radopholus similis. Revue de Nematologie J.S. *
9844

Nordmeyer, D.; Dickson, D. W.; ou, L. T. and Cromroy, H. L. Uptake, Accumulation and Meatabolism of
Fenamiphos and Carbfuran by Meloidogyne javanica and Meloidogyne incognita. Pesticide Biochemistry and
Physiology J.S. # 9663

Nordaeyer, D.; Yu, S. S. and Dickson, D. W. Lack of Evidence for a Functional Microsomal Oxidase System
in Meloidogyne incognita and Meloidogyne javanica. Journal of Nematology J.S. # 9620


Norris, J. Diet and Feeding Behavior of Semi-Free Ranging Mandrills in an Enclosed Gabonais Forest.
Primates J.S. # 9342

Nunez-Elisea, R. and Davenport, T. L. Peroxidase Activity and Protein Content in Mango Fruitlet Tissues
During Abscission. Scientia Hort J.S. # 9691

O'Hair, S. K. Tropical Root and Tuber Crops. J.S. # 9588


O'Keefe, D. M. and Sylvia, D. M. Mechanisms of the Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Plant Growth
Responses. Journal of Applied Mycology J.S. 9372

O'Meara, G. F.; Larson, V. L.; Mook, D. H. and Latham, M. Aedes bahamensis: Its Invasion of South
Florida and Association with Aedes aegypti. American Mosquito Control Association J.S. 0 9274

Ohta, K.; Alterthum, F. and Ingram, L. 0. Xylose Fermentation by Recombinant Eacherichia coli:. Applied
and Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 10014


Olson, T. A.; Elso, M. A.;* Koger, M.; Butts, Jr., W. T. and Adams, E. L. Effect of Introductin of Bos
Taurus Germ Plasm on Reproduction and Calf Survival in Brahman Cattle. Journal of Animal Science
J.S. 9597


Osborne, L. S. and Chase, A. R. Effect of the Growth Retardant Chlormequat Chloride on Spider Mite.
HortScience .J.S. 9572

Osborne, L. S. and Oetting, R. D. Biological Control of Pests Attacking Greenhouse Grown Ornamentals.
Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9854


Oswalt, W. C.; Wiltbank, W. J. and Davies, F. S. Tree Wraps, Trunk Temperatures and Growth of Young
Citrus Trees. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. 9 9623

Ott, E. A. and Asquith, R. L. The Influence of Mineral Supplementation on Growth and Skeletal
Development of Yearling Horses. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 9359


Ou, L.-T. Degradation of Telone II in Contaminated and Noncontaminated Soil. Journal of Environmental
Science and Health J.S. 9868


Ou, L.-T. and Sharma, A. Degradation of Methyl Parathion by a Mixed Bacterial Culture and a Bacillus
sp. Isolated from Different Soils. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry J.S. # 9400


Overman, A. J. and Harbaugh, 8. K. Relationship of Caladium Tuber Size to Water Use in Production.


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Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9574

Overman, A. R. and Wilkinson, S. R. Estimation of Nitrogen Concentration in Coastal Bermudagrass. Grass
and Forage Science J.S. # 9287


Overman, A. R. and Wilkinson, S. R. Estimation of Phosphorus and Potassium Concentrations in Coastal
Bermudagrass. Grass and Forage Science J.S. # 9293


Overman, A. R. and Wilkinson, S. R. Effect of Clipping Height and Interval on Coastal Bermudagrass
Production. Agricultural Systems J.S. # 9165

Overman, A. R.; Dagan, A.: Martin F. G. and Wilkinson, S. R. An NPK Model for Forage Yield. American
Society of Agricultural Engineers J.S. # 9799


Overman, A. R.; Downey, D. and Chambliss, C. G. Effect of Management Factors on Bahiagrass Production.
Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9680

Overman, A. R.; Downey, 0. and Wilkinson, S. R. Application of Simulation Models to Bahiagrass
Production. Agricultural Systems J.S. # 9353

Overman, A. R.; Downey, D. and Wilkinson, S. R. Effect of Applied Nitrogen and Harvest Interval on
Nitrogen Concentration in Bahiagrass. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis J.S. t 9286

Overman, A. R.; Downey, D.and Wilkinson, S. R. Effect of N Rate and Split Application on Bahiagrass
Production. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis J.S. # 9352

Overman, A. R.; Martin, F. G. and Wilkinson, S. R. A Logistic Equation for Yield Response of Forage
Grass to Nitrogen. American Society of Agricultural Engineers J.S. # 9679

Overman, A. R.; Neff, C. R.; Wilkinson, S. R. and Martin, F. G. Effect of Water, Harvest Interval and
Applied N on Forage Yield of Bermudagrass and Bahiagrass. American Society of Agricultural Engineers
J.S. 9883


Owusu-Yaw, J.; Cohen, M. D.; Fernando, S. Y. and Wei, C.-I. An Assessment of the Genotoxicity of
Vanadium. Toxicology Letters J.S. # 9549

Panizzi, A. R. and Slansky, Jr., F. Performance of Nymphs and Adults of the Southern Green Stink Bug
(Heteroptera:Pentatomidae) when Fed the Same or Different Legume Foods. Journal of Economic Entomology
J.S. 9615


Parish, M. E. and Higgins, 0. P. Survival of Listeria monocytogenes in Low pH Model Broth Systems.
Journal of Food Protection J.S. # 9208


Parish, M. E. and Higgins, D. P. Yeasts and Molds Isolated from Spoiling Citrus Products and
By-Products. Journal of Food Protection J.S. # 9397

Parish, M. E. and Higgins, D. P. Evaluation of Methods for Isolation of Listeria monocytogenes from
Mixed Populations in Reconstituted Single-Strength Orange Juice. Journal of Food Safety J.S. 9659

Parkman, P.; Dusky, J. A. and Waddill, V. H. Leafminer and Leafminer Parasitoid Incidence on Selected
Weeds in South Florida Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9368


Parsons, L. R. Environmental Stress Interactions. HortScience J.S. # 10007


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Pate, F. M.; Sanson, D. W. and Machen, R. V. Value of a Molasses Mixture Containing Natural Protein as
a Supplement to Brood Cows Offered Low-Quality Forages. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 9918


Patel, B. M.; Moye, H. A. and Weinberger, R. Post-Column UV Photolysis for Formation of Fluorophores
from Nitroenous Pesticides. Analytica Chimica Acta J.S. 9630


Patel, B. M.; Moye, H. A. and Weinberger, R. Formation of Fluorophores from Nitrogenous Pesticides by
Photolysis and Reaction with OPA-2-Mercaptoethanol for Fluorescence Detection in Liquid Chromatography.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry J.S. # 9645

Patel, B. M.; Moye, H. A. and Weinberger, R. Formation of Fluorophores by Photolysis of
Pharmaceuticals: Enhanced Detection for HPLC. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis J.S. #
9891


Patel, S. K.; Rhoads, F. M.; Hanlon, E. A. and Barnett, R. 0. Potassium and Magnesium Uptake by Wheat
and Soybean Vegetative Parts as Influenced by Fertilizer Rate and Time. Soil and Crop Science Society
J.S. 9977


Payan, L. A. and Dickson, D. W. Host Specificity of Four Populations of Pratylenchus brachyurus. Annals
of Applied Nematology J.S. 0 9129


Payan, L. A. and Dickson, D. W. Protein Extraction Technique for veriform Nematodes. Journal of
Nematology J.S. # 10027


Payton, F. V.; Rhue, R. D.and Hensel, D. R. Use of a Mitscherlich-Bray Equation to Correlate Soil
Phosphorus and Potato Yields. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 9422

Peck, M. W. and Archer, D. B. Methods for the Quantification of Methanogenic Bacteria. International
Industrial Biotechnology J.S. 9687


Pena, J. and Nagel, J. Effectiveness of Pesticides against Two Tropical Fruit Pests. Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. t 9504


Pena, J. E. Chemical Control of Broad Mites (Acarina:Tarsonemidae) in Limes (Citrus latifolia). Florida
State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9505

Pena, J. E. Predator-Prey Interactions between Typhlodromalus peregrinus and Polyphagotarsonemus latus:
Effects of Alternative Prey and Other Food Resources. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9754


Pena, J. E. Relationships of Broad Mite (Acari:Tarsonemidae). Journal of Economic Entomololgy
J.S. # 10059


Pena, J. E. and Baranowski, R. M. Dispersion Indices and Sampling Plans for the Broad Mite and
(Acari:Tarsonemidae) and the Citrus Rust Mite (Acari:Eriophyidae) on Limes. Environmental Entomology
J.S. # 9755


Pena, J. E.; Gagne, R. J. and Duncan, R. Biology and Characterization of Prodiplosis longifila
(Diptera:Cecidomyiidae) on Lime in Florida. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9573


Pena, J. E.; Schroeder, W. J. and Osborne,*L. S. Use of Entomogenous Nematodes of the Families
Heterorhabditidae and Steinernematidae to Control Banana Moth (Opogona sachari). Nematropica
J.S. # 9432


Perez, Y. and Schenck, N. C. A Unique Code for Each Species of VA Mycorrhizal Fungi. Mycologia










J.S. # 10049


Pfahler, P. L. and Barnett, R. D. Inheritance of Culm Length in Rye (Secale cereal L.). Journal of
Heredity J.S. # 9407


Pfahler, P. L. and Barnett, R. D. Registration of FL-NSC Rye Germplasm with Short Culm or Straw Length.
Crop Science J.S. # 9958


Philips, L. P.; Comerford, N. B.; Neary, D. G. and Mansell, R. S. Description and Simulation of Soil
Water Above a Shallow Fluctuating Water Table in a Forested Spodosol. Soil Science Society of America
J.S. # 9386



Phillips, T. W.; Atkinson, T. H. and Foltz, J. L. Pheromone-Bsed Aggregation in Orthotomicus caelatus
(Eichhoff) (Coleoptera:Scolytidae). The Canadian Entomologist J.S. 9917


Phillips, T. W.; Nation, J. L.; Wilkinson, R. C.; Foltz, J. L.; Pierce, H. D. and Oehlschlager, A. C.
Response Specificity of Dendroctonus terebrans (Coleoptera:Scolytidae) to Enantiomers of its Sex
Pheromones. Entomological Society of America J.S. # 9607


Phlips, E. J.; Ihnat, J. and Conroy, M. Nitrogen Fixation Activity by the Cyanobacterium Lyngbya
birgei. Journal of Phycology J.S. # 10006


Pitman, W. D.; Lane, R. A. and Chambliss, C. G. Screening Phalaris Germplasm for Adaption to a Warm,
Humid Environment. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 9281


Pitts, D. J. Wet Detention Basins for Drainage from Citrus Groves. Proc. 11th International Congress of
Agricultural Engineers J.S. 9857


Pitts, D. J.; Clark, G. A. and Grimm, J. M. Micro Irrigation of Sugarcane on a Sandy Soil. Soil & Crop
Science Society J.S. # 9681


Pitts, D. J.; Clark, G. A.; Alvarez, J.; Everett, P. H. and Grimm, J. M. A Comparison of Micro to
Subsurface Irrigation of Tomatoes on Sandy Soil. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9506


Pixley, K. V.; Boote, K. J.; Shokes, F. M. and Gorbet, 0. W. Resistance of Four Peanut Genotypes to
Leaf Spotting Diseases: II. Physiological Considerations. Crop Science J.S. # 9557

Pixley, K. V.; Boote, K. J.; Shokes, F. M. and Gorbet, D. W. Resistance of Four Peanut Genotypes to
Leaf Spotting Diseases: I. Epidemiological Considerations. Crop Science J.S. 9558


Pixley, K. V.; Shokes, F. M.; Gorbet, D. W. and Boote, K. J. Leaf-Level Resistance of Three Peanut
Genotypes to Leafspot Diseases Caused by Cercospora arachidicola and Cercosporidium personatum.
Phytopathology J.S. # 9839


Plante, C.; Hansen, P. J.; Martinod, S.; Siegenthaler, 8.; Thatcher, W. W.; Pollard, J. W. and Leslie,
M. V. Intrauterine and Intramuscular Administration of Recombinant Bovine Interferon-Alpha 1 Prolongs
Luteal Lifespan in Cattle. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 9346


Ploetz, R. C. Nonreliability of Modified Komada's Medium for Identification of Race 4 of Fusarium
oxysporum f. sp. cubense. Plant and Soil J'.S. # 9993


Ploetz, R. C. and Mitchell, D. J. Root Rot of Bamboo Palm Caused by Phytophthora arecae. Plant Disease
J.S. # 9156










Ploetz, R. C. and Parrado, J. L. Quantitation and Detection of Phytophthora cinnamomi in Avocado
Production Areas of South Florida. Plant Disease


Ploetz, R. C. and Shokes, P. M. Variability Among Isolates of Southern Diaporthe phaseolorum in
Different Vegetative Compatibility Groups. Phytopathology


J.S. # 9126



J.S. # 9157


Ploetz, R. C.; Shepard, E. S. and Crane, J. H. Current Importance of Fusarial Wilt of Banana in Dade
County, Florida and Relationships Among and the Origns of Isolates of the Incitant, Fusarium oxysporum
f. sp. cubense from Florida and other Banana-Growing Regions. Florida State Horticultural Society
J.S. 9443



Plotz, R. C. and Shepard, E. S. Fusarial Wilt of Banana in Dade County, Florida. Plant Disease
J.S. # 9312



Pohronezny, K.; Dankers, W.; Fong, W. G.and Meline, C. Fungicides for Control of Snap Bean Rust and
Powdery Mildew: Their Efficacy and Compatibility with Canadian Residue Tolerances. Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. # 9414


Pond, J. L.; Eddy, C. K.; Mackenzie, K. F.; Conway, T.; Borecky, D. J. and Ingram, L.O. Gene Structure
and Expression in Zymomonas mobilis: Cloning, Sequencing and Identification of Promoter Region of the
Principal Acid Phosphatase (phoC). Journal of Bacteriology J.S. 9122


Poole, R. T. and Conover, C. A. Influence of Paclobutrazol on Foliage Plants. Florida State
Horticultural Society

Poole, R. T. and Conover, C. A. Storage of Philodendron and Pathos Cuttings. Florida State
Horticultural Society


Poole, R. T. and Conover, C. A. Production of Ornamental Foliage Plants. Acta Horticulturae


Poole, R. T. and Conover, C. A. Fertilization of Four Indoor Plants with Osmocote or Nutricote.
Environmental Horticulture


Popp, M. P.; Wilkinson, R. C. and Phillips, T. W. Host Nutrients Influence Egg Spacing by Ips
calligraphus (Coleoptera:Scolytidae). Florida Entomologist


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Popp, M. P.; Wilkinson, R. C.; Jokela, E. J. and Harding, R. 8. Effects of Slash Pine Nutrition on the
Reproductive Performance of IPS calligraphus (Coleoptera:Scolytidae). Environmental Entomology
J.S. f 9136



Powell, W. A. and Kistler, H. C. Linear Self-Replicating Transformation Vectors for Filamentous Fungi.
Cell J.S. # 9878


Prades, M.; Brown, M. P.; Gronwall, R. and Miles, N. S. Pharmacokinetics of Sodium Cephapirin in
Lactating Dairy Cows. American Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. 9148


Preston, D. R.; Farrah, S. R. and Bitton, G. Removal of Viruses from Tapwater by Fiberglass Filters
Modifeid with a Combination of Cationic Polymers. water Science and Technology J.S. 0 9147


Preston, III, J. F. and Ervin, S. E. Serological Comparisons of Pokeweed Antiviral Proteins from
Phytolacca rigida. Plant Physiology J.S. # 9855

Price, J. F. and Kring, J. B. Response of Twospotted Spider Mite, Tetranychus urticae Koch
(Acari:Tetranychidae) and Fruit Yield to New Miticides and their Use Patterns in Strawberries. Journal


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of Entomology Society


Price, J. F. and Schuster, 0. J. Immature and Adult Sweetpotato Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci)
(Homoptera:Aleyrodidae) and its Hymenopterous Parasitoids Responses to Natural and Synthetic
Insecticides. Journal of Economic Entomology J.S. 9 9774


Prine, G. M.; Dunavin, L. S.; Glennon, R. J. and Roush, R. D. Registration of 'Arbrook' Rhi;oma Peanut.
Crop Science J.S. 9987


Pring, D. R. and Lensdale, D. M. Cytoplasmic Male Sterility and Maternal Inheritance of Disease
Susceptibility in Maize. Annual Review of Phytopathology J.S. f 9971


Przybyszewski, J. and Capinera, J. L. Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Grasshopper Phenology and
Abundance on a Shortgrass Prairie. Canadian Entomologist J.S. # 9175


Przybyszewski, J. and Capinera, J. L. Patterns of Parasitism Among Shortgrass Prairie Grasshopper
Populations. Canadian Entomologist J.S. # 9179

Purcifull, D. E.; Simone, G. W.; Baker, C. A. and Hiebert, E. Immunodiffusion Tests for Six Viruses
that Infect Cucurbits in Florida. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9569


Purdy, L. H. and Dickstein, E. R. Theobroma cacao, a Host for Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Plant Disease
J.S. # 9508



Purdy, L. H. and Dickstein, E. R. Basidiocarp Development on Mycelial Mats of Crinipellis perniciosa.
Plant Pathology J.S. # 9862


Putney, D. J.; Drost, M. and Thatcher, W. W. Influence of Summer Heat Stress on Pregnancy Rates of
Lactating Dairy Cattle Following Embryo Transfer or Artificial Inseminmation. Theriogenology J.S. #
9466


Putney, D. J.; Torres, C. A. A.; Gross, T. S.; Thatcher, W. W.; Plante, C. and Drost, M. Modulation of
Uterine Prostaglandin Biosynthesis by Pregnant and Nonpregnant Cows at Day 17 Post-Estrus in Response
to In Vivo and In Vitro Heat Stress. Animal Reproduction Science J.S. # 9465

Quesenberry, K. H. and Smith, R. R. Genetic Nomenclature in Clovers and Special Purpose Legumes. Crop
Science J.S. # 9124


Raid, R. N. and Cherry, R. H. Pathogenicity of Metarhizium anisopliae to the Sugarcane Grub Li yrus
subtropicus (Coleoptera:Scarabaeidae). Journal of Agricultural Entomology J.S. # 9954


Ramcharan, C.; Ingram, D. L.; Nell, T. A. and Barrett, J. E. Root-Zone Temperature Effects on Banana
and Ixora Under Two Growing Conditions. American Society of Horticultural Science J.S. # 9209


Rao, P. S. C.; Ogwada, R. A. and Rhue, R. D. Adsorption of Volatile Organic Compounds on Anhydrous and
Hydrated Sorbents: Equilibrium Adsorption and Energetics. Chemosphere J.S. 9760


Rechcigl, J. E.; Mislevy, P. and Payne, G. G. Fertilization of Stargrass. International Conference on
Livestock in the Tropics J.S. 9710


Reddy, K .R.; Patrick, Jr., W. H. and Lindau, C. W. Nitrification-Dentrification at the Plant
Root-Sediment Interface to Wetlands. Limnology and Oceaography J.S. 9665


Reddy, K. R. and D'Angelo, E. M. Biomass Yield and Nutrient Uptake by Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia


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crassipes) as Influenced by Frequency of Harvesting. Biomass J.S. # 9664


Reddy, K. R.; Agami, M. and Tucker, J. C. Influence of Phosphorus Supply Rates on Growth and Nutrient
Storage by Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) Plants. Freshwater Biology J.S. # 9850

Reddy, K. R.; Agaai, M. and Tucker, J. C. Influence of Nitrogen Supply Rates on Growth and Nutrient
Storage by Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) Plants. Aquatic Botany J.S. # 9851


Reich, R. M. and Arvanitis, L. G. Microsite Effect on a Slash Pine Spatial Trial. Canadian Journal of
Forest Research J.S. # 9763


Rein, S.; Lyrene, P. M. and Kearley, R. C. Cross-Pollination Between Highbush (Vaccinium corymbosum L.)
and Rabbiteye (V. ashei) Blueberry in a Commercial Plantation. HortScience J.S. % 9301

Rey, J.; Peteson, M. and Kain, T. Fish Populations and Physical Conditions in Ditched and Impounded
Marshes in East-Central Florida. Northeast Gulf Science J.S. 9816

Reynolds, J. E.; Atkinson, J. H. and Gordon, J. R. Florida Agricultural Land Values by Use and
Geographic Areas. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9751


Rezaaiyan, R. and Nikdel, S. Comparative Mineral Extraction Techniques of Citrus Juices Stored in Tin
Can and Analyzed by ICP-AES. Journal of Food Science J.S. 10070

Rhoades, H. L. Susceptibility of Pittosporum tobira 'Variegatum' to Belonolaimus longicaudatus.
Nematropica J.S. 0 9306

Rhoads, F. M. ehlich I Extractable K, Ca, and, Mg from Ultisols Treated with Lime and Sulfur. Soil &
Crop Science Society J.S. 9531


Rhoads, F. M. Corn and Soybean Response to Conservation Tillage, Irrigation, and Short-Term Crop
Rotation. Proceedings 1989 Southern Conservation Tillage Conference J.S. # 10015

Rhoads, F. M. Influence of Irrigation and Conservation Tillage on Corn and Soybean Yields. Proceedings
1988 Southern Conservation Tillage J.S. 10016


Rhoads, F. M. and Manning; A. Soybean, Corn, and Wheat Yields with Variable Soil pH on Plinthic
Paloudults. Fertilizer Research J.S. 9 9423


Rhue, R. 0. and Reve, W. H. Effect of Chloride and Perchlorate Anions on CEC of Several Soil and Clay
Materials. Soil Science Society J.S. # 9831

Rhue, R. D.; Rao, P. S. C.; Pennell, K. D. and Reve, W. H. Competitive Adsorption of Alkylbenzene andd
Water Vapors on Mineral Surfaces. Chemosphere J.S. # 9295

Rich, J. R.; Rahi, G. S.; Opperman, C. H. and Davis, E. L. Influence of the Castor Bean (Ricinus
comaunis L.) Lectin, Ricin, on Motility of Meloidogyne incognita. Nematropica J.S. 9373


Riekerk, H. Forest Fertilization and Runoff Water Quality. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9737


Riekerk, H.; Neary, D. G. and Swank, W. T. The Magnitude of Silvicultural Non-Point Source Pollution.
Forested Wetlands of the Southern United States J.S. 9268

Rivillo, D. and Blue, W. G. Boron Status of a Florida Spodosol for Legume Grass Production. Soil &
Crop Science Society J.S. 9446










Robbins, R. C. Flavones in Citrus Exhibit Anti-Adhesive Action on Platelets. International Journal of
Vitamin and Nutrition Research J.S. # 9146


Robinson, J. G. and Redford, K. H. Body Size, Diet, and Population Variation in Neotropical Forest
Mammal Species: Predictors of Local Extinction? Advances in Neotropical Mammalogy J.S. # 10053


Rockwood, D. L. and Dippon, D. R. Biological and Economic Potentials of Eucalyptus Grandis and Slash
Pine as Biomass Energy Crops. Biomass J.S. # 9503

Rockwood, D. L.; Warrag, E. E.; Javenshir, K. and Kratz, K. Genetic Improvement of Eucalyptus grandis
for Southern Florida. Proceedings 20th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference J.S. 10071


Rodgiruez, A. C.; Smerage, G. H. and Teixeira, A. A. Population Model of Bacterial Spores for
Validation of Dynamic Thermal Processes. Journal of Food Science J.S. 9970


Rodrigues, T. J .D.; Boote, K. J.; Bennett, J. M. and Hammond, L. C. Drought Resistance Mechanisms
Among Peanut Genotypes. Peanut Science J.S. # 9222

Rodrigues, T. J. D.; Boote, K. J. and Bennett, J. M. Root Growth and Dry Matter Distribution Among Four
Peanut Genotypes Differing in Drought Susceptibility. Peanut Science J.S. # 9221


Rodriquez, J. and Sherman, W. B. 'ORA A' Peach Germplasm. HortScience


J.S. # 9932


Romick, T. L.; Lindsay, J. A. and Busta, F. F. Evaluation of a Visual DNA Probe for Enterotoxisenic E.
coli Detection in Foods and Wastewater by Colony Hybridization. Journal of Food Protection J.S. # 9305

Rossi, A. F.; Miles, R. D. and Harms, R. H. Influence of Aluminum on Phosphorus Availability in Laying
Hen Diets. Poultry Science J.S. # 9861


Rouseff, R. L.; Fisher, J. F. and Nagy, S. HPLC Separation and Comparison of the Browning Pigments
Formed in Grapefruit Juice Stored in Glass and Cans. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
J.S. # 9322


Rousseau, J. V. D. and Reid, C. P. P. Effects of Phosphorus and Ectomycorrhizas on the Carbon Balance
of Loblolly Pine Seedlings. Forest Science J.S. # 9915

Rowland, L. J.; Chen, Y. C. and Chourey, P. S. Anaerobic Treatment Alters the Cell-Specific Expression
Of Adh-l, Sh and Sus Genes in Roots of Maize Seedlings. Molecular and General Genetics J.S. # 9858


Ruiz, N. and Harms, R. H. Conversion of Tryptophan to Niacin in Turkeys (Meleagris gallipavus). Society
of Experimental Biology and Medicine J.S. # 9377


Ruiz, N.; Harms, R. H. and Linda, S. B. Niacin Requirement of Broiler Chickens Fed a Corn-Soybean Meal
Diet from 1 to 21 Days of Age. Poultry Science Association J.S. 0 9395

Sadler, G.; Davis, J. and Dezman, D. Rapid Extraction and HPLC Analysis of Lycoene in Tomatoes and Pink
Grapefruit. Agricultural and Food Chemistry J.S. 4 9250


Saldivar, A. J.; Ocumpaugh, W. R.; Gildersleeve, R. R. and Moore, J. E. Growth Analysis of 'Florigraze'
Rhizoma Peanut: Forage Nutritive Value. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 9969


Salyani, M. and McCoy, C. Spray Droplet Size Effect on Mortality of Citrus Rust Mite. American Society
for Testing and Materials J.S. # 9978


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Sans, A. R. and Janky, D. M. Research Note: Simultaneous Histochemical Determination of Three Fiber
Types in Single Sections of Broiler Skeletal Muscles. Poultry Science J.S. # 10057

Sams, A. R.; Janky, D. M. and Woodward, S. A. Comparison of Two Shearing Methods for Objective
Tenderness Evaluation and Two Sampling Times for Physical Characteristic Analysis of Early-Harvested
Broiler Breast Meat. Poultry Science J.S. t 9471

Samuelson, D.; Smith, P. and Brooks, D. Morphology of the Aqueous Humor Drainage Pathways in the Horse.
American Journal of Veterinary Research J.S. # 9629


Sanches, C. A. and Burdine, H. W. Soil Testing and Plant Analysis as Guides for the Fertilization of
Escarole and Endive. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9837

Sanches, C. A.; allen, R. J. and Schaffer, B. Growth and Yield of Crisphead Lettuce as Affected by
Shade Conditions. Am. Society for Horticultural Science J.S. # 9181

Sanchez, C. A.; Burdine, H. W. and Martin, F. G. Yield and Quality Responses of Three Sweet Corn
Hybrids as Affected by Fertilizer Phosphorus. Journal of Fertilizer Issues J.S. 9592

Sanchez, C. A.; Burdine, H. W.; Guzman, V. L. and Hall, C. B. Yield, Quality, and Leaf Nutrient
Composition of Crisphead Lettuce as Affected by N, P, and K on Histosols. Florida State Horticultural
Society J.S. 9639

Sanchez, C. A.; Lockhard, M. and Porter, P. S. Response of Radish to P and K Fertilizer on Histosols.
HortScienoe J.S. # 10019

Sanchez, C. A.; Nagata, R. T. and Gusman, V. L. Response of Sweet Corn to N Source and Rate on
Histosols. HortScience J.S. # 9207


Sanches. C. A.: Swanson, S. and Porter, P. S. Bonding P to Improve Fertilizer Use Efficiency of
Lettuce. American Society for Horticultural Science J.S. f 10068

Sandler, H. A.; Timmer, L. W.; Graham, J. H. and Pelosi, R. R. Effect of Fosetyl-Al and Metalaxyl
Applications on Foot Rot Incidence and Growth of Young Citrus Trees Under Field Conditions. Florida
State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9455


Sandler, H. A.; Timmer, L. W.; Graham, J. H. and Zitko, S. E. Impact of Fungicide Applications on
Populations of Phytophthora parasitica, Feeder Root Densities, and Fruit Yields of Citrus Trees. Plant
Disease J.S. # 9682

Sankar, P. and Shanaugam, K. T. Biochemical and Genetic Analysis of Hydrogen Metabolism in Escherichai
coli: hydB Gene. Journal of Bacteriology J.S. # 9162

Sankar, P. and Shanmugam, K. T. Hydrogen Metabolism in Escherichia coli: Biochemical and Genetic
Evidence for a hydF Gene. Journal of Bacteriology J.S. t 9163

Sankar, P.; Lee, J. H. and Shanmugam, K. T. Gene/Product Relationship of fhlA and fdv Genes of
Escheriichia coli. Journal of Bacteriology J.S. # 9164

Sargent, S. A.; Talbot, M. T. and Brecht, J. K. Evaluating Precooling Methods for Vegetable
Packinghouse Operations. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. t 9704

Sartain, J. B. Turfgrass Responses to New Slow-Release N Sources. Florida State Horticultural Society
J.S. # 9590


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Schaffer, B. and Gaye, G. O. Net Gas Exchange and Chlorophyll and Nitrogen Content of Mango Leaves as
Influenced by Developmental Light Environment. HortScience J.S. t 9241


Schaffer, B. and Gaye, G. O. Seasonal Effects of Pruning on Light Penetration, Specific Leaf Density
and Chlorophyll Content of Mango. Scientia Horticulturae J.S. # 9633


Schaffer, B. and Ploetz, R. Gas Exchange Characteristics as Indicators of Damage Thresholds of Flooded
and Nonflooded Avocado Trees. American Society for Horticultural Science J.S. 4 9213

Schank, S. C.; Smith, R. L. and Russo, S. L. Characterization of Genetic Variability Among Accessions
and Crosses of Napiergrass, Pennisetum purpureum.. Proc. IVI International Grassland Congress
J.S. t 9809



Scheffrahn, R. H.; Hsu, R.-C. and Su, N.-Y. Fluoride Residues in Frozen Foods Fumigated with Sulfuryl
Fluoride. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology J.S. 4 9646

Scheffrahn, R. H.; Su, N.-Y. and Mangold, J. R. Amitermes floridensis, a New Species and First Record
of a Higher Termite in the Eastern United States (Isoptera:Termitidae:Termitinae). Florida Entomologist
J.S. # 9571



Schelske, C. L. Comparative Assessment of Nutrient Effects and Nutrient Limitation in Lake Michigan and
Lake Okeechobee. Water Resources Bulletin J.S. t 9707

Scheuerman, P. R.; Farrah, S. R. and Bitton, G. Laboratory Studies of Virus Survival During Aerobic and
Anaerobic Digestion of Sewage Sludge. Water Research J.S. t 9155

Scheuerman, P. R.; Farrah, S. R. and Bitton, G. Monitoring of Indigenous Enteroviruses in Aerobically
Digested Sludges at Two Wastewater Treatment Plants in Gainesville, Florida. Water Research J.S. 4 9198


Schmidt, G. M.; Smajstrla, A. G.; Zazueta, F. S. and Jagtap, S. S. Stochastic Daily Rainfall Modeling
and Long Term Climatic Variability. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9796


Schmidt, R. A.; Jokela, E. J.; Allen, J. E. and Belanger, R. Association between Fusiform Rust
Incidence and CRIFF Soil Classification for Slash Pine Plantations in the Coastal Plain of Florida and
Georgia. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry J.S. # 10075

Schmidt, R. H.; Kennedy, L. B.; McMullan, E. B. and Mason, E. R. A Survey of the Inhabitory Effects of
Threonine Aldolase Activity of Yogurt Microorganisms. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry
J.S. # 9478



Schwingel, W. R.; Bates, D. B.; Denham, S. C. and Beede, D. K. Effects of Potassium and Sodium on In
Vitro Ruminal Fermentations Containing Lasalocid or Monensin. Nutrition Reports International
J.S. f 9276


Scott, J. W.; Somodi, G. C. and Jones, J. B. Resistance to Bacterial Spot Fruit Infection in Tomato.
HortScience J.S. 9658


Scott, J. W.; Somodi, G. C. and Jones, J. B. Bacterial Spot Resistance is not Associated with Bacterial
Wilt Resistance in Tomato. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9628


Semmes, R. H.; Cromwell, R. P. and Shoup, W. D. Drift of Aerially Applied Sprays Under High
Temperature, High Humidity Conditions. Applied Engineering in Agriculture J.S. # 9144


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Sewell, G. W.; Utt, E. A.; Hespell, R. B.; Mackenzie, K. F. and Ingram, L. 0. Xylosidase (xylB) from
Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens: Identification of Coding Region and Expression in E. coli. Applied
Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 9153

Seyfried, M. S. and Rao, P. S. C. Nutrient Leaching Loss from Two Contrasting Cropping Systems in the
Humid Tropics. Tropical Agriculture J.S. # 9906

Sharma, A. K.; Wilcox, C. J.; Martin, F. G. and Thatcher, W. W. Effects of Stage of Lactation and
Pregnancy and their Interactions on Milk Yield and Constituents. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 9717


Sharp, D. C.; McDowell, K. J.; Weithenauer, J. and Thatcher, W. W. The Continuum of Events Leading to
Maternal Recognition of Pregnancy in Mares. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility J.S. # 9238

Sharp, D. C.; McDowell, K. J.; Weithenauer, J.; Franklin, K.; Mirando, M. A. and Bazer, F. W. Is an
oTP-1 Like Protein Involved in the Maternal Recognition of Pregnancy in Mares?. Equine Veterinary
Journal J.S. # 9826


Sherman, W. B. and Lyrene, P. M. Flordacrest Peach. HortScience J.S. # 9196


Sherman, W. B. and Lyrene, P. M. Flordaglo Peach. HortScience J.S. # 9195


Sherman, W. B. and Lyrene, P. M. Flordastar Peach. HortScience J.S. # 9194

Sherman, W. 8. and Rouse, R. E. Five New Low-Chill Peach Cultivars. Fruit Varieties Journal J.S. # 9265

Sherman, W. B.; Lyrene, P. M.; Childers, N. F.; Gmitter, F. G. and Anderson, P. C. Low-Chill Peach and
Nectarine Cultivars for Trial in Florida. Fla. State Hort. Society J.S. 9188


Sherman, W. B.; Yonce, C. E.; Okie, W. R. and Beckman, T. G. Plum Leaf Scald. Fruit Varieties Journal
J.S. # 9729


Shih, S. F. Potential Application of Satellite Data to Rainfall Estimation. IAHS

Shih, S. F. Rainfall Decline in South Florida. American Society of Meteorology


J.S. 9203

J.S. 9382


Shih, S. F. Using Remote Sensing to Investigate Soil Moisture. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
J.S. # 9394



Shih, S. F. and Cheng, K. S. Evapotranspiration Estimation in Puerto Rico. American Society of
Agricultural Engineers J.S. # 9651

Shilling, D. G. and Haller, W. T. Interactive Effects of Spray Solution pH and Calcium on Glyphosate
Activity on Torpedograss (Panicum r pens L.) Weed Research J.S. 4 9454


Shilling, D. G.; Haller, W. T.; Willard, T. R. and Mossler, M. A. Influence of Surfactants and
Additives on Phytotoxicity of Glyphosate to Torpedograss. Journal of Aquatic Plant Mangement
9923


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Shroyer, D. A. Venereal Transmission of St. Louis Encephalitis Virus by Culex quinquefasciatus Males
(Diptera:Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology J.S. 4 9219


Shroyer, D. A. A Mechanical Aspirator for Safe Transfer of Arbovirus-Infected Mosquitoes within
Containment Chambers. American Mosquito Control Association


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Simons, J. N.; Stoffella, P. J.; Shuler, K. D. and Raid, R. N. Silver-Leaf of Squash in South Florida.
Florida State Hort. Society J.S. # 9345


Sims, C. A. and Bates, R. P. Optimizing Processing Parameters for 'Stover' wine. Florida State
Horticultural Science J.S. t 9436

Sims, C. A.; Johnson, R. P. and Bates, R. P. Membrane Stabilization of a Vitis rotundifolia and a
Euvitis Hybrid White Wine Without SO2. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture J.S. 4 9167

Sims, C. A.; Johnson, R. P. and Bates, R. P. Changes in the Quality of Whtie Grape Juice Due to
Ultrafiltration. Journal of Food Science J.S. # 9336


Singh, M. and Tucker, D. P. H. Herbicidal Effects on Tree Growth and Weed Populations in Citrus.
Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9632

Skelley, P. E. and Goodrich, M. A. A Redescription of Ischyrus dunedinensis Blatchley
(Coleoptera:Erotylidae) with a Key to the Species of Ischyrus of America, North of Mexico.
Coleopterist's Bulletin J.S. # 9486


Slansky, Jr., F. and Wheeler, G. S. Compensatory Increases in Food Consumption and Utilization
Efficiencies by Velvetbean Caterpillars Mitigate the Impact of Diluted Diets on Growth. Entomologia
Experimentalis et Applicata J.S. 9369


Smajstrla, A. G.; Haman, D. Z. and Lyrene, P. M. Use of Tensiometers for Blueberry Irrigation
Scheduling. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9544

Smajstrla, A. G.; Harrison, D. S. and Good, J. C. Performance of Irrigation Pumping Systems in Florida.
Applied Engineering in Agriculture J.S. # 9201


Smajstrla, A. G.; Schmidt, G. M.; Zazueta, F. S. and Clark, G. A. Characteristics of Solar Radiation in
Florida. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9777

Smallwood, J. A. Distribution and Status of American Kestrels and Merlins in the Southeastern United
States. Proc. Southeastern Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop J.S. # 9396

Smith, R. L. and Chowdhury, M. K. Mitochondrial DNA Polymorphism in Male Sterile and Fertile Cytoplasms
in Pearl Millet. Crop Science J.S. # 9161

Smith, R. L.; Chowhury, M. K. U. and Schank, S. C. Use of Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphisms
(RFLPs) in Genetics and Breeding of Napiergrass. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9746


Snyder, G. H. and Jones, D. B. Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilization of Rice on Everglades Histosols.
Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9652

Sodek, III, F.; Carlisle, V. W. and Harris, W. G. Relationship of Maximum Density and Optimum Moisture
to Particle-Size Distribution for Selected Florida Soils. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. 4 9348


Sodek, III, F.; Carlisle, v. W. and Harris, W. G. Kandic Differentiation in Florida Alfisols and
Ultisols. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9789


Sodek, III, F.; Harris, W. G. and Carlisle, V. W. Particle-Size/Water-Retention Relationships in
Florida Quartzipsamments and Grossarenic Soils. Soil Science Society of America J.S. # 9614

Sollenberger, L. E. and Jones, Jr., C. S. Leaf Dry Matter Accumulation, Herbage Nutritive Value, and












Animal Performance on 'Mott' Dwarf Elephantgrass Pastures. Crop Science


Sollenberger, L. E.; Jones, Jr., C. S. and Prine, G. M. Animal Performance on Dwarf Elephantgrass and
Rhizoma Peanut Pastures. Proc. 16th International Grassland Congress J.S. # 9405

Sollenberger, L. E.; Jones, Jr., C. S.; Albrecht, K. A. and Ruitenberg, G. H. Vegetative Establishment
of Dwarf Elephantgrass. I. Effect of Defoliation of Stems Prior to Planting on Early Growth and
Development. Agronomy Journal J.S. # 9830


Soloff, M. S. and Fields, M. J. Changes in Uterine Oxytocin Receptors Concentrations throughout the
Estrous Cycle of the Cow. Biology of Reproduction J.S. # 9705


Sonoda, R. M. Vegetative Compatibility Groups Among Putative Sclerotinia homeocarpa F. T. Bennett from
Paspalum notatum Fluegge Leaves from Three Locations in South Florida. Soil & Crop Science Society
J.S. # 9765



Sonoda, R. M. and Pelosi, R. R. Characteristics of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides from Lesions on
Citrus Blossoms in the Indian River Area of Florida. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9507


Specht, T. E. and Colahan, P. T. Surgical Treatment of Sand Colic in Horses: 48 Cases (1978-1985)
JAVMA J.S. 9150


Specht, T. E. and Colahan, P. T. Osteostixis for Incomplete Cortical Fracture of the Third Metacarpal
Bone: Results in 11 Horses. Veterinary Surgery J.S. # 10029


Specht, T. C.; Colahan, P. T.; and Nixon, A. J. Progressive Ethmoid Hematoma in Nine Horses. Vet
Surgery


J.S. 9149


Specht, T. E.; Miller, G. H. and Colahan, P. T. The Effect of Clustered Drill Holes on the Breaking
Strength of the Equine Third Metacarpal Bone. American Journal of Veterinary Researc J.S. # 10028

Specht, T. E.; Nixon, A.; Colahan, P. T.; Moore, B. and Brown, M. Subchondral Cyst-Like Lesions in the
Distal Radius of Four Horses. JAVMA J.S. # 9176


Specht, T. E.; Peyton, L. C.; Nixon, A. J. and Rose, R. J. Spontaneous Recovery from Idiopathic Right
Laryngeal Hemiplegia in a Horse. Canadian Veterinary Journal J.S. # 10030


Stamps, R. H. Evaluation of Prestorage Treatment Effects on Vase Life of Leatherleaf Fern. Florida
State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9648

Stamps, R. H. and Boone, C. C. Comparison of Nondestructive Chlorophyll-Sensitive Photometer and
Destructive Methods of Chlorophyll Determination. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9387


Stamps, R. H. and Neal, C. A. Evaluation of Dinitroanaline Herbicides for Weed Control in Container
Plant Production. Journal of Environmental Horticulture J.S. # 9989


Stanislawski, L. V. and Arvanitis, L. G. Canopy Refectance of Slash Pine Plantations Measured from
LANDSAT Multispectral Scanner Imagery. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing J.S. # 9712


Stanley, C. D.; Albregts, E. E.; Clark, G. A. and Zazueta, F. S. Effect of Duration of Overhead
Irrigation on Surface Runoff with a Tailwater Recovery System for Cold Protection of Strawberries. Soil
& Crop Science Society J.S. # 9939


Staples, C. R.; Thatcher, W. W. and Clark, J. H. Relationship Between Ovarian Activity and Energy


J.S. # 9152










Status During Early Postpartum Period of High Producing Dairy Cows. Journal of Dairy Science J.S. #
9554


Stephenson, D. C,; Hansen, P. J.; Newton, G. R.; Baser, F. W. and Low, B. G. Inhibition of Lymphocyte
Proliferation by Uterine Fluid from the Pregnant Ewe. Biology of Reproduction J.S. # 9979

Stephenson, D. C.; Low, B. G.; Newton, G. R.; Leslie, M. V.; Hansen, P. J. and Bazer, F. W. Secretion
of the Major Progesterone-Induced Proteins in the Sheep Uterus by Caruncular and Intercaruncular
Endometrium of the Pregnant Ewe from Days 20-140 of Gestation. Domestic Animal Endocrinology J.S. #
9617


Stone, K. C.; Campbell, K. L. and Baldwin, L. 8. A Microcomputer Model for Design of Agricultural
Stormwater Management Systems in Florida's Flatwoods. American Society of Agricultural Engineers
J.S. # 9266


Strickland, J. T.; Bucklin, R. A.; Nordstedt, R. A.; Beede, D. K. and Bray, D. R. Sprinkler and Fan
Evaporative Cooling System for Lactating Dairy Cows in Hot, Humid Climates. Applied Engineering in
Agriculture J.S. # 9313

Su, N.-Y. and Scheffrahn, R. H. Comparative Effects of an Insect Growth Regulator, S-31183 Against
Formosan and Eastern Subterranean Termites (Isoptera:Rhinotermitidae). Journal of Economic Entomology
J.S. # 9131


Su, N.-Y. and Scheffrahn, R. H. Efficacy of Sulfuryl Fluoride Against Four Beetle Pests of Museums
(Coleoptera:Dermestodae, Anobiidae). Journal of Economic Entomology J.S. 0 9662

Su, N.-Y.; Scheffrahn, H. and Ban, P. M. A Method to Monitor Initiation of Aerial Infestations by
Alates of the Formosan Subterranean Termite (Isoptera:Rhinotermitidae) in High-Rise Buildings. Economic
Entomology J.S. # 9363

Sutton, D. L. Growth of Sagittaria subulata and Interaction with Hydrilla. Journal of Aquatic Plant
Management J.S. 9842


Sutton, 0. L. and Portier, K. M. Influence of Allelochemicals and Aqueous Plant Extracts on Growth of
Duckwee, Lemna paucicostata. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management J.S. # 9787

Sylvia, D. M. Nursery Inoculation of Sea Oats with Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and
Outplanting Performance on Florida Beaches. Journal of Coastal Research J.S. # 9327


Sylvia, D. M. Inoculation of Native Woody Plants with Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi for
Phosphate Mine Land Reclamation. Reclamation and Revegetation Research J.S. # 9741

Talbot, M. T. An Approach to Better Design of Pressure-Cooled Produce Containers. Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. 9715

Taliercio, E. W. and Chourey, P. S. Post-Transcriptional Control of Sucrose Synthase Expression in
Anaerobic Seedlings Maize. Plant Physiology J.S. t 9956


Tappan, W. B.; Olson, S. M. and Denmark, H. A. Relationship of Western Thrips (Thysanoptera:Thripidae)
to Foveolate Injury on Florida Tomatoes. Journal of Economic Entomology J.S. # 9417


Tarla, F. N.; Henry, P. R.; Ammerman, C. B. and Rao, P. V. Effect of Time on Tissue Deposition of
Selenium in Sheep Fed Calcium Selenite or Sodium Selenite. Nutrition Reports International J.S. # 9315


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Tarla, F. N.; Henry, P. R.; Ammerman, C. B.; Rao, P. V. and Miles, R. D. Effect of Time and Sex on
Tissue Selenium Concentrations in Chicks Fed Sodium Selenite or Calcium Selenite. Journal of Animal
Science J.S. 9869

Taylor, T. G. and Kilmer, R. L. An Analysis of Pricing and Market Structure in the Florida Celery
Industry. Southern Agricultural Economics Association J.S. # 9218

Teare, I. D. and Wright, D. L. Starter Fertilization of Corn Hybrids in Relation to Yield and Lodging.
Journal of Production Agriculture J.S. t 9697


Telford, Jr., S. R.; Johnson, R. N. and Young, D. G. Additional Plasmodium Species from Anolis Lizards
of Hispaniola and Panama. International Journal for Parasitology J.S. # 9296

Temelli, F.; O'Conndll, J. P.; Chen, C. S. and Braddock, R. J. Thermodynamic Analysis of Supercritical
Carbon Dioxide Extraction of Terpenes from Cold-Pressed Orange Oil. Industrial and Engineering
Chemistry Research J.S. S 9937


Thakker, K. M.; Ikemoto, L.; Yang, A. and Sitren, H. S. Calcium Availability from Calcium Carbonate
Oral Supplements: Effect of Dose Form and Dose Size. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition J.S. #
9674

Thatcher, W. W.; Hansen, P. J.; Gross, T. S.; Helmer, S. D.; Plante, C. and Bazer, F. W.
Antiluteolytic Effects of Bovine Trophoblast Protein-One. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility J.S. #
9184

Thatcher, W. W.; Macmillan, K. L.; Hansen, P. J. and Drost, M. Concepts for Regulationof Corpus Luteum
Function by the Conceptus and Ovarian Follicles to Improve Fertility. Theriogenology J.S. 9420


Timmer, L. W. Evaluation of Bactericides for Control of Citrus Canker in Argentina. Florida State
Horticultural Society J.S. # 9456

Tiamer, L. W.; Zitko, S. E.; Sandler, H. A. and Graham, J. H. Seasonal and Spatial Analysis of
Populations of Phytophthora parasitica in Citurs Orchards in Florida. Plant Disease J.S. # 9457


Topp, B. L. and Sherman, W. B. Relationship between Temperature and Bloom-to-Ripening Period in
Low-Chill Peach. Fruit Varieties Journal J.S. # 9873


Trese, A. T. and Loschke, D. C. High Contrast Resolution of the Mycelia of Pathogenic Fungi in Corn
Tissue after Staining with Calcofluor and Destaining with Cellulose. Phytopathology J.S. 9814

Trumbo, P. R. and Gregory, J. F. Metabolic Utilization of Pyridoxine-Beta-Glucoside in Rats: Influence
of Vitamin B-6 Status and Route of Administration. Journal of Nutrition J.S. # 9321

Trumbo, P. R. and Gregory, J. F. The Fate of Dietary Pyridoxine-B-Glucoside in the Lactating Rat.
Journal of Nutrition J.S. 4 9379


Tsai, J. H. and Brown, L. G. Maize Dwarf Mosaic Virus. Division of Plant Industry Circular


J.S. # 9847


Unkefer, C. J. and Gander, J. E. The 5-0-B-D-Galactofuranosyl-Containing Peptidophosphogalactomannan of
13
Penicillium charlesii: Characterization of the Mannanby C NMR Spectroscopy. Journal of Biological
Chemistry J.S. 10069

Valderrama, X.; Srikosamatara S. and Robinson, J. .G Infanticide in Wedge-Capped Capuchin Monkeys Cebus
olivaceus:. Folia Primatologica J.S. # 10024


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Valle, R.; Gardner, F. P.; McCloud, D. Z. and Boote, K. J. Growth and Yield of a Modern Hybrid Compared
to Ancient Lines of Maize. Field Crops Researcher J.S. 0 9541


Vallet, J. L. and Bazer, P. W. The Effect of Ovine Trophoblast Protein-1, Oestrogen and Progesterone on
Oxytocin Induced Phosphatidylinositol Turnover in Endometrium of Sheep. Journal of Reproduction and
Fertility J.S. 4 9838

Vallet, J. L.; Gross, T. S.; Fliss, M. F. V. and Bazer, F. W. Effects of Pregnancy, Oxytocin, Ovine
Trophoblast Protein-One and their Interactions on Endometrial Production of Prostablandin F2-Alpha In
Vitro in Perifusion Chambers. Prostaglandin J.S. 9732


Vallet, J. L.; Laipis, P. J. and Baser, F. W. Effect to Sire on Production of Ovine Trophoblast
Protein-One by the Conceptus. Journal of Animal Science J.S. f 9994

Van Der Kelen, D. and Lindsay, J. A. Differential Hemolytic Response of Listeria monocytogenes Strains
on Various Blood Agars. Journal of Infectious Diseases J.S. # 9239

Van Handel, S. and Day, J. F. Correlation between wing Length and Protein Content of Mosquitoes.
Medical and Veterinary Entomology J.S. 0 9418


Van, T. K. Differential Responses to Photoperiod in Monoecious and Dioecious Hydrilla verticillata.
Weed Science J.S. # 9434

VanSickle, J. J. and Stevens, T. J. Market Information Systems: An Online Agricultural Market
Retrieval System. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics J.S. # 10010

Vasil, V.; Hauptmann, R. M.; Morrish, F. and Vasil, I. K. Comparative Analysis of Free DMA Delivery and
Expression into Protoplasts of Panicum maximum by Electroporation and Polyethylene Glycol. Plant Cell
Reports J.S. # 9357


Vavrina, C. S. and Smittle, D. A. Sugar and Pungency Levels in Sweet Onions as Influenced by Cultural
Practices. HortScience J.S. # 9965

Vellidis, G.; Smajstrla, A. G. and Zazueta, F. S. Water Use of Drip Irrigated Tomatoes Under High Water
Table Conditions. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9545

Verkade, S. D. Effects of Six Fungal Species on Growth of Endomycorrhizal Acer platanoides. Mycologia
J.S. f 10026



Vey, A.; Quiot, J. M.; Mazet, I and McCoy, C. W. Toxicity and Pathology of a Macromolecular Metabolite
Produced by Hirsutella thompsonii. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology J.S. # 9908

Volin, R. B.; Pohronezny, K. and Simone, G. W. Severe Fruit Spotting of Fresh Market Tomato Fruit
Caused by Corynespora cassiicola. Plant Disease J.S. # 9735

Wadleigh, R. W.; Koehler, P. G. and Patterson, R. S. Comparative Insecticide Susceptibility of
Blattella (Orthoptera:Blattellidae) Species Occurring in North America. Economic Entomology J.S. t 9183


Wadleigh, R. W.; Koehler, P. G. and Patterson, R. S. Age-Specific Reduction in German Cockroach,
Blattella germanica (L.) (Orthoptera:Blattellidae), Populations Exposed to Diflubenzuron. Journal of
Economic Entomology J.S. # 9771


Walker, T. J. Acoustic Traps for Agriculturally Important Insects. Florida Entomologist


J.S. # 9300











Walker, T. J. A Live Trap for Monitoring Euphasiopteryx and Tests with E. ochracea
(Diptera:Tachinidae). Florida Entomologist


Walker, T. J. and Lenczewski, B. Monitoring Butterfly Migrations: An Inexpensive Portable Trap.
Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society


Wall, T. E.; Hochamth, G. J. and Hanlon, E. Calibration of Mehlich-I and III Extractable K for
Polyethylene-Mulched, Drip-Irrigated Cauliflower. Soil & Crop Science Society


J.S. # 9404



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J.S. # 9895


Wang H. D.; Harris, W. G. and Yuan, T. L. Phosphate Minerals in Some Florida Phosphatic Soils. Soil &
Crop Science Society J.S. # 9647


Ward, R. W. and Dixon, B. L. Effectiveness of Fluid Milk Advertising Since the Dairy and Tobacco
Adjustment Act of 1983. American Journal of Agricultural Economics


J.S. # 9644


Waters, D. J. and Barfield, C. S. Consumption and Utilization of Soybean and Seven Other Legume Species
by Anticarsia gemmatalis (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae). Environmental Entomology J.S. 9121


Webb, P. G.; Biggs, R. H. and Obreza, T. A. Effects of Humate Amended Soils on the Growth of Citrus.
Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9790

Wei, C. I.; Chen, C. M.; Koburger, J. A. and Marshall, M. R. Investigation of Some Factors Affecting
the Growth, Histamine Production and Histidine Decarboxylase Activity of Five Histamine Producing
Bacteria. Journal of Food Science J.S. # 9263


Wei, C.-I.; Chen, C.-M.; Koburger, J. A.; Otwell, W. S. and Marshall, M. R. Bacterial Growth and
Histamine Production on Vacuum Packaged Tuna. Journal of Food Science


J.S. # 9781


Weingartner, D. P. and Shumaker, J. R. Comparison of Nematode and Soil Borne Disease Control in Sebago
nd Atlantic Cultivar Potatoes Following Single and Multiple Chisel Injection of Soil Fumigants Used
Alone and in Combination with Aldicarb 15G. Bacterial Wilt and Meloidogyne incognita. JournaL of
Applied Nematology J.S. # 9991

Weingartner, D. P. and Shumaker, J. R. Comparison of Nematode and Soil Borne Disease Control in Sebago
and Atlantic Cultivar Potatoes Following Single and Multiple Chisel Injection of Soil Fumigants Used
Alone and in Combination with Aldicarb 15G. I. Trichodorid and Corky Ringspot Disease Control.
Journal of Applied Nematology J.S. # 9990


Weithenauer, J.; Sharp, D. C. and Sherrin, P. C. Use of Vitellocentesis to Investigate the Effects of
Steroids on Nutrients within the Yolk Sac of Day 18 Pregnant Mares. Equine Veterinary Journal
J.S. # 9841


White, Jr., 0. R. Standard Potential of the Silver-Silver Chloride Elecgtrode and Mean Activity
Coefficient of Hydrochloric Acid in 10 Wt.% Sucrose/Water from 0 to 25 C. Journal of Food Science
J.S. 10009


White, T. L. and Hodge, G. R. Best Linear Prediction of Breeding Values in a Forest Tree Improvement
Program. Theoretical and Applied Genetics J.S. t 9245

Whitney, J D.; Salyani, M.; Churchill, D. B.; Whiteside, J. O.; Knapp, J. L. and Littell, R. C. Ground
Speed and Spray Volume of Airblast Sprayers affect Copper Deposition and Greasy Spot Control. Florida
State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9521


Whitney, J. D. and Harrell, R. C. Status of Citrus Harvesting in Florida. Journal of Agricultural


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Engineering Research


Whitney, J. D.; Salyani, M.; Churchill, D. B.; Knapp, J. L.: Whiteside, J. 0. and Littell, R. C. A
Field Investigation to Examine the Effects of Sprayer Type, Ground Speed, and Volume Rate on Spray
Deposition in Florida Citrus. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research J.S. # 9374

Wilcox, C. J.; Thatcher W. W. and Martin, F. G. Statistical Analysis of Repeated Measurements in
Physiology Experiments. International Atomic Energy Agency J.S. # 9552


Wilfret, G. J. and Harbaugh, B. K. Propagule Spacing and Nutrition Influence Production of Caladium
Tubers. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9540


Wilkerson, G. G. and Mishoe, J. W. PESTDEC: A Simulation Approach to Insecticide Application
Decision-Making for Soybeans. Agricultural Systems J.S. 9928

Wilkie, A. C. and Smith, P. H. Methanogenesis in Artificially Created Extreme Environments.
Microbiology of Extreme Environments and its Potential for Biotechnology J.S. 9565

Wilkinson, R. C. and Popp, M. P. Neodiprion merkeli (Hymenoptera:Diprionidae) Oviposition Behavior in
2-Needle and 3-Needle Fascicles of Slash Pine. Environmental Entomology J.S. # 9199


Wilkinson, R. C. and Popp, M. P. Reduced Fecundity in Neodiprion merkeli (Hymenoptera:Diprionidae)
Associated with Feeding on Juvenile Slash Pine Foliage. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 9518

Will, M. E. and Sylvia, 0. M. Interaction of Rhizosphere Bacteria and Fertilizer with Sea Oats. Applied
Environmental Microbiology J.S. # 9725


Will, M. E. and Sylvia, D. M. Interaction of Rhizosphere Bacteria and Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizal
Fungi with Sea Oats. Applied Environmental Microbiology J.S. 9724

Willard, T. R.; Hall, D. W.; Lewis, J. A.; Currey, W. L. and Shilling, D. G. Cogongrass (Imperata
cylindrica) Distribution on Florida Highways Rights-of-Way. Weed Technology J.S. # 9820

Willard, T. R.; Peacock, C. M. and Shilling, D. G. Postemergence Grass Herbicides Effects on
Photosynthesis and Growth of Three Warm-Season Turfgrasses. HortScience J.S. 9485


Willard, T. T. and Shilling, D. G. The Influence of Growth Stage and Mowing on Interface between
Paspalum notatum and Imperata cylindrica. Tropical Grasslands J.S. # 10012


Williams, L. E. and Shih, S. F. Spectral Response Difference-Among Vegetations. Soil & Crop Science
Society J.S. # 9736

Williams, M. J. and Colvin, D. L. Herbicide Tolerance and Efficacy During the Establishment Phase of
Leucaena Leucocephala Plantings in Florida. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9834


Williams, S. N.; Lawrence, L. A.; McDowell, L. R. and Warnick, A. C. Dietary Phosphorus Concentations
Related to Breaking Load and Chemical Bone Properties in Heifers Journal of Dairy Science J.S. # 9930


Williams, S. N.; McDowell, L. R.; Warnick, A. C.; Lawrence, L. A. and wilkinson, N. S. Influence of
Dietary Phosphorus Level on Growth and Reproduction of Growing Beef Heifers. Journal of Production
Agriculture J.S. # 9204

Williams, S. N.; McDowell, L. R.; Warnick, A. C.; Wilkinson, N. S. and Lawrence, L. A. Influence of
Dietary Phosphorus on Phosphorus Concentrations in Blood, Milk, Feces and Selected Fluids and Tissues


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of Growing Heifers. Journal of Dairy Science


Wilson, H. R. Research Note: Chick Mortality in Bobwhite Quail as Affected by Supplemental Ascorbic
Acid. Poultry Science J.S. # 9580


Wilson, H. R.; Ingram, D. R.; Mather, F. B. and Harms, R. H. Effect of Age at Initiation of a
Skip-a-Day Program for Young Broiler Breeders. Poultry Science


Wilson, W. C. and Obreza, T. A. Methods for Reducing Acidity in Citrus Fruit. Florida State
Horticultural Society


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J.S. # 9412


Wineriter, S. A. and Walker, T. J. Rearing Phonotactic Flies (Diptera:Tachinidae, Ormiini, Ormia spp.).
Entomophaga J.S. # 9969


Wing, S. R. Photinus collustrans: Energetic Costs of Mating in Flightless Female Fireflies
(Coleoptera:Lampyridae).. Insect Behavior


J.S. 95959


Wirth, W. W. and Linley, J. R. Description of Dasyhelea chani New Species (Diptera:Ceratopogonidae)
from Leaves of the Water Lettuce (Pistia stratiotes) in Florida. Florida Entomologist J.S. # 10018

Witt, W.; Mauk, C. S. and Yelenosky, G. Glycoproteins in Citrus Foliage and Callus Tissue as Affected
by Cold-Hardening Temperature and Abscisic Acid. Journal of Plant Physiology J.S. # 9490


Wong-Valle, J.; Anmerman, C. B.; Henry, P. R.; Rao, P. V. and Miles, R. D. Bioavailability of Manganese
as Feed Grade Manganese Oxides for Broiler Chicks. Poultry Science J.S. # 9316


Wong-Valle, J.; Henry,, P. R.; Ammerman, C. B. and Rao, P. V. Estimation of the Relative
Bioavailability of Manganese Sources for Sheep. Journal of Animal Science J.S. # 9450

Wood, P. B.; Edwards, Jr., T. and Collopy, M. W. Characteristics of Bald Eagle Nesting Habitat in
Florida. Journal of Wildlife Management J.S. # 9493


Wright, D. L. Starter Fertilizer Placement in No-Till Corn. Proceedings 1989 Southern Conservation
Tillage Conference J.S. # 9943


Wright, D. L.; Teare, I. D. and Zimet, D. J. Tropical Corn as an Alternate Crop in a Double Crop
System. Journal of Production Agriculture J.S. # 9566

Wright, D. L.; Teare, I. D. and Zimet, D. J. No-Till Research with Tropical Corn in a Doublecrop
System. Proceedings of the Conservation Tillage Conference, 1989 J.S. 4 9899


Young, K. H. and Baser, F. W. Porcine Endoemtrial Prolactin Receptors Detected by Homologous
Radioreceptor Assay. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology J.S. 4 9582


Young, K. H. and Baser, F. W. Endometrial Prolactin Receptors During the Oestrous Cycle and Early
Pregnancy in Pigs. Reproduction, Fertility and Development J.S. # 9784

Young, K. H.; Kraeling, R. R. and Bazer, F. W. The Role of Prolactin in the Establishment of Pregnancy
in Pigs: Effects on Conceptus Survival and Uterine Secretory Activity. Endocrinology J.S. 4 9314


Young, M. D.; Dame, D.; Undeen, A. H. and Wing, S. The Effect of Bacillus sphaericus Upon the
Susceptibility of Anopheles quadrimaculatus to Plasmodium berghei. Journal of the American Mosquito
Control J.S. 4 9992


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Yu, S. J. Purification and Characterization of Glutathione Transferases from Five Phytophagous
Lepidoptera. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology J.S. # 9795

Yu, S. J. Detoxication Mechanisms in Phytophagous Insects: Role of Glutathione Transferases and
B-Glucosidases. Bulletin of the Institute of Zoology Academia Sinica J.S. f 9920


Yuan, T. L. and Lucas, D. E. Laboratory Test of Potential Amendment Materials for P Retention in Sandy
Soils. Soil & Crop Science Society J.S. # 9759


Zazueta, F. S. and Smajstrla, A. G. Small Turf Irrigation System Management. Turf Irrigation System
Management J.S. # 9532

Zazueta, F. S.; Smajstrla, A. G. and Clark, G. A. Normalized Irrigation Intervals for Florida. Soil &
Crop Science Society J.S. # 9693


Zekri, M. and Parsons, L. R. Growth and Root Hydraulic Conductivity of Several Citrus Rootstocks under
Salt and Polyethylene Glycol Stresses. Physiologia Plantarum J.S. # 9509


Zekri, M. and Parsons, L. R. Response of Split-Root Sour Orange Seedlings to NaCl and Polyethylene
Glycol Stresses. Journal of Experimental Botany J.S. # 9822

Zekri, M. and Parsons, L. R. Comparative Effects of NaCl and Polyethylene Glycol on Root Distribution,
Growth, and Somatal Conductance of Sour Orange Seedlings. American Society of Horticultural Science
J.S. # 9941



Zemel, G. P.; Sims, C. A.; Marshall, M. R. and Balaban, M. Low pH Inactivation of Polyphenoloxidase in
Apple Juice. Journal of Food Science J.S. 9964


Zimet, D. Produce Marketing Survey for North Florida. Florida State Horticultural Society J.S. # 9525

Zorrilla-Rios, J.;,Janet, M. and McDowell, L. R. Mineral Supplementation for Cattle in Panama: A
Practical Assessment of Commercial Mineral Mixtures. Nutrition Reports International J.S. # 9726

Bulletins


Frank, J. H. Mosquito Production from Bromeliads in Florida. Fla. Agr. Expt. Sta.


Gregory, Jr., B. M. and Barfield, C. S. Guide to Eight Species of Lepidoptera Eggs Found on Soybean,
Glycine max (L) Merr. Fla. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Guzman, V. L.; Zitter, T. A. and Gull, D. C. Florical 48060 and Florical 50011, Two Western Type
Crisphead Lettuce Cultivars Tolerant to Lettuce Mosaic Virus. Fla. Agr. Expt. Sta.


Peters, M. A. and Taylor, T. G. An Analysis of the Economic Potential for Export Vegetable Production
in Jamaica. Fla. Agr. Expt. Sta.


Pohronezny, K. The Impact of Integrated Pest Management on Selected Vegetable Crops in Florida. Fla.
Agr. Expt. Sta.

Sanchez, C. A. Soil-Testing and Fertilizer Recommendations for Crop Production on Organic Soils. Fla.
Agr. Expt. Sta.


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