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Publication List

1970-1979

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University of Florida


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List of Research Publications by the ARC,
Ft. Lauderdale, Faculty. 1970-1979
F.W. Howard, Editor



This list includes research articles published in scientific
journals during the period 1970-79. Ft. Lauderdale ARC faculty
members were authors or co-authors of these articles. The list
does not include popular articles or abstracts of papers pre-
sented at meetings, etc. Author and subject indices are included.









AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTER


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IFAS, University of Florida
3205 S. W. 70 Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

List of Publications by ARC Ft. Lauderdale, 1970-79

1. Baker, Gordon E., D. L. Sutton, and R. D. Blackburn. 1974. Feeding habits
of the white amur on waterhyacinth. Hyacinth Contr. J. 12:58-62.

2. Blackburn, R. D., D. L. Sutton, and T. Taylor. 1971. Biological control of
aquatic weeds. Proc. Amer. Soc. Civil. Eng. IR3:421-432.

3. Blackburn, R. D., T. M. Taylor, and D. L. Sutton. 1971. Temperature tolerance
and necessary stocking rates of Marisa cornuarietis L. for aquatic weed
control. Proc. Eur. Weed Res. Coun. 3rd Int. Symp. Aquatic Weed.
pp 79-86.

4. Blackburn, R. D., and D. L. Sutton. 1971. Growth of the white amur (Cteno-
pharyngodon idella Val.) on selected species of aquatic plants. Ibid.
pp. 87:93.

5. Burleigh, J. R., R. E. McCoy, and J. Wallin. 1979. Modeling of Aerobiological
Systems Plant Pathology models. Chapter 7, p 298-334. In: R. L.
Edmonds (ed). Aerobiology, the Ecological Systems Approach. Dowden,
Hutchinson, & Ross. Stroudsburg, PA. 386 pp.

6. Burt, E. 0. and A. E. Dudeck. 1975. Glyphosate four years results. Proc.
Southern Weed Sci. Soc. 28:152-153.

7. Busey, P. 1976. Genetics and the weed problem. World Crops 28:128-131.

8. Busey, P. 1977. Turfgrass for the 1980's. Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc.
90:111-114.

9. Busey, P. 1979. What is Floratam? Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 92:228-232.

10. Rusey, P. and E. O. Burt. 1979. Turf, Energy, and the Environment. Proc.
Florida State Hort. Soc. 92:224-227.

11. Busey, P. and B. J. Myers. 1979. Growth rates of turfgrasses propagated
vegetatively. Agron. J. 71:817-821.

12. Charudathan, R., B. D. Perkins and R. C. Littell. 1978. Effects of fungi
and bacteria on the decline of arthropod damaged waterhyacinth (Eichhorhia
crassipes) in Florida. Weed Sci. 26 (2):101-107.

13. Cherry, R. 1979. Lethal temperatures of citrus blackfly, Aleurocanthus woglumi
(Hom: Aleyrodidae) and its parasite, Amitus hesperidum (Hym: Platygas-
teridae). Entomophaga 24:35-39.

14. Cherry, R. 1979. Temperature tolerance of three whitefly species found in
Florida. Environ. Ent. 8:1150-1152.









15. Cherry, R., R. V. Dowell and G. Fitzpatrick. 1978. Survival of immature citrus
blackfly Aleurocanthus woglumi and its parasite, Amitus hesperidum on
excised leaves. Environ. Ent. 7:28-30.

16. Cherry, R. and R. V. Dowell. 1979. Predators of citrus blackfly (Homo: Aley-
rodidae). Entomophaga 24:385-391.

17. Cherry, R. and G. Fitzpatrick. 1979. Intra-tree dispersion of citrus blackfly.
Environ. Ent. 8:997-999.

18. Cooley, T. N., D. F. Martin, W. C. Durden and B. D. Perkins. 1979. A pre-
liminary study of metal distribution in three water-hyacinth biotypes.
Water Res. 13:343-348.

19. Del Fosse, E. S. and H. L. Cromroy. 1975. A Cesium 134 trap for isotope use.
Florida Ent. 58 (4): 256.

20. Del Fosse, E. S., H. L. Cromroy and D. H. Habeck. 1975. Determination of the
feeding mechanism of the waterhyacinth mite, Orthogalumna terebrantis
Wallwork. Hyacinth Contr. J. 13:54-57.

21. Del Fosse, E. S., B. D. Perkins and K. K. Steward. 1976. A new U.S. record for
Porapoynt diminutalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), a possible biological
control agent for Hydrilla verticillata. Florida Ent. 59 (1): 19-20.

22. Del Fosse, E. S., D. L. Sutton and B. D. Perkins. 1976. Combination of the
mottled waterhyacinth weevil and the white amur for biological control of
waterhyacinth. J. Aquatic Plant Mgmnt. 14:64-67.

23. Del Fosse, E. S. and B. D. Perkins. 1977. Discovery and bioassay of a kairomone
from waterhyacinth, Eichhornia crassipes. Florida Ent. 60(3):217-222.

24. Dowell, R. V. 1978. Suitability of mango as a long term host of the citrus
blackfly. Proc. Florida St. Hort Soc. 90:239-240

25. Dowell, R. V. 1979. Host selection by the citrus blackfly, Aleurocanthus
woglumi (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae). Ent. Expt. et Appl. 25: 289-296.

26. Dowell, R. V. 1979. Synchrony and impact of Amitus hesperidum (Hym:
Platygasteridae) on its host, Aleurocanthus woglumi (Hom: Aleyrodidae)
in Southern Florida. Entomophaga 24: (3) 221-227.

27. Dowell, R. V. and G. E. Fitzpatrick. 1978. Effect of temperature on the growth
and survivorship of the citrus blackfly. Canadian Ent. 110:1347-1350.

28. Dowell, R. V., G. E. Fitzpatrick, and F. W. Howard. 1978. Activity and dis-
persal of first instar larvae of the citrus blackfly. J. New York Ent.
Soc. 86:156-157.

29. Dowell, R. V., J. A. Reinert, and G. E. Fitzpatrick. 1978. Development and
survivorship of Aleurocanthus woglumi Ashby on six citrus hosts. Environ.
Ent. 7:524-525.









30. Dowell, R. V., R. H. Cherry and G. E. Fitzpatrick. 1979. Citrus pests in the
urban environment. Florida Sci. 42 (4): 196-200.

31. Dowell, R. V., G. E. Fitzpatrick and J. A. Reinert. 1979. Biological control
of the citrus blackfly in Southern Florida. Environ. Ent. 8:595-597.

32. Dowell, R. V., F. W. Howard, R. H. Cherry and G. E. Fitzpatrick. 1979. Field
studies of the host range of the citrus blackfly, Aleurocanthus woglumi
Ashby. Canadian Ent. 111:1-6.

33. Dowell, R. V. and B. Steinberg. 1979. Development and survival of immature
citrus blackfly (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) on twenty-three plant species.
Ann. Entomol. Soc. America 72:721-724.

34. Durden, W. C., R. D. Blackburn, and E. O. Gangstad. 1975. Control program for
alligatorweed in the southeastern states. Hyacinth Contr. J. 13:27-29.

35. Elliston, R. A. and K. K. Steward. 1972. The response of Eurasian watermilfoil
to various concentrations and exposure periods of 2,4-D. Hyacinth Cont. J.
10:38-39.

36. Fisher, J. B. and J. H. Tsai. 1978. In vitro growth of embryos and callus of
coconut palm. In Vitro 14:307-311.

37. Fisher, J. B. and J. H. Tsai. 1979. A branched coconut seedling in tissue
culture. Principes 23:128-131.

38. Fitzpatrick, G. E., R. H. Cherry and R. V. Dowell. 1978. Short-term effects of
3 insecticides on predators and parasites of the citrus blackfly. Environ.
Ent. 7:553-555.

39. Fitzpatrick, G. E., R. Cherry, and R. V. Dowell. 1979. Effects of Florida citrus
pest control practices on the citrus blackfly and its associated natural
enemies. Canadian Ent. 111:731-734.

40. Fitzpatrick, G.E., J. A. Reinert, and R. V. Dowell. 1979. Soil injected
insecticides for citrus blackfly control. Florida Ent. 62 (4): 390-396.

41. Gingery, R. E., L. R. Nault, J. H. Tsai, and R. J. Lastra. 1979. Occurrence of
maise stripe virus in the United States and Venezuela. Plant Dis. Rept.
63:341-343.

42. Haller, W. T. and D. L. Sutton. 1973. Factors affecting the uptake of endothal
C by hydrilla. Weed Sci. 20:446-448.

43. Haller, W. T. and D. L. Sutton. 1973. Effect of pH and high phosphorous
concentrations on growth of waterhyacinth. Hyacinth Contr. J. 11:59-61.

44. Haller, W. T. and D. L. Sutton. 1976. Biocontrol of aquatic plant growth in
earthen ponds by the white amur(Ctenopharyngodon idella Val.), pp.
261-268. In T. E. Freeman (ed). Proc. IV Int. Symp. Biological Control
Weeds. Gainesville, Fl.









45. Haller, W. T., D. L. Sutton, and W. C. Barlowe. 1974. Effects of salinity
and growth of several aquatic macrophytes. Ecology 55:891-894.

46. Haller, W. T. and D. L. Sutton. 1975. Community structure and competition
between Hydrilla and Vallisneria. Hyacinth Contr. J. 13:48-50.

47. Howard, F. W. 1979. Comparacion de seis species de citrus como plants
hospederas de Aleurocanthus woglumi. Folia Entomologica Mexicana 41:33-40.

48. Howard, F. W. 1979. Studies of the host plant suitability of Ardisia solanacea
Roxb. and Citrus jambhiri Lush. for citrus blackfly. Florida Ent. 62 (4):
380-383.

49. Howard, F. W. and P. L. Neel. 1978. Host plant preferences of citrus blackfly
Aleurocanthus woglumi (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) in Florida. Proc. Int.
Soc. Citriculture 2:489-492.

50. McCoy, R. E. 1972. Carissa dieback etiology suggests control. Proc. Florida
St. Hort Soc. 85:363-364.

51. McCoy, R. E. 1972. Remission of lethal yellowing in coconut palm treated with
tetracycline antibiotic. Plant Dis. Reptr. 56:1019-1021.

52. McCoy, R. E. 1973. Relation of fertility level and fungicide application to
incidence of Cercospora fusimaculans on St. Augustinegrass. Plant. Dis.
Reptr. 57:33-35.

53. McCoy, R. E. 1973. Effect of various antibiotics on development of lethal
yellowing in coconut palm. Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 84:503-506.

54. McCoy, R. E. 1974. How to treat your palm with antibiotic. Univ. of Florida
Agric. Expt. Sta. Cir. S-228, 7pp.

55. McCoy, R. E. 1974. Techniques for treatment of palm trees with antibiotics.
Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 87:537-540.

56. McCoy, R. E. 1975. Susceptibility of Pelargonium species to rust. Plant Dis.
Reptr. 59:717-720.

57. McCoy, R. E. 1975. Effects of oxytetracycline dose and stage of disease
development on remission of lethal yellowing in coconut palm. Plant
Dis. Reptr. 59:717-720.

58. McCoy, R. E. 1976. Accumulation of antibiotic residues in the fruit of
coconut palms treated with oxytetracycline for the control of lethal
yellowing. Oleagineux 31:215-218.

59. McCoy, R. E. 1976. Uptake, translocation and persistence of oxytetracycline
in coconut palm. Phytopathology 66:1038-1042.

60. McCoy, R. E. 1976. Comparative epidemiology of the lethal yellowing, kaincope,
and cadang-cadang diseases of coconut palm. Plant Dis. Reptr. 60:498-502.

61. McCoy, R. E. 1977. Petiole injection of coconut palm, a method to prevent
permanent trunk injury during antibiotic treatment for lethal yellowing.
Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 90:114-117.









62. McCoy, R. E. 1978. Isolation of mycoplasmas from flowers. Nat. Sci. Counc.
(Taiwan). Symp. Ser. No. 1:33-38.

63. McCoy, R. E. 1979. Problems of electron microscopy of mycoplasmalike organisms
in plants. Protocol No. 9, P. 51-52. In Mycoplasma Techniques. Univ. of
Bordeaux II, France 284 pp.


64. McCoy, R. E.
Protocol
France.


1979. Approaches to culture of mycoplasmalike organisms from plants
No. 27, P.221-223. In Mycoplasma Techniques. Univ. of Bordeaux II,
284 pp.


65. McCoy, R. E. 1979. Antibiotic treatment of plants and bioassy to
foliar antibiotic concentrations, Protocol No. 36, P.257-259.
Techniques. Univ. of Bordeaux II, France. 284 pp.


determine
In Mycoplasma


66. McCoy, R. E. 1979. Systemic treatment of coconut palm with oxytetracycline.
Proc. Nat'l Symp. Syst. Trtment.in Tree Culture, Michigan St. Univ. Oct. 1978
215-222.


67. McCoy, R.
Vol.
N.Y.


E. 1979. Mycoplasma and yellows diseases. Ch. 8, In The Mycoplasmas
3 (M. Barile, S. Razin, J. Tully, R. Whitcomb, Eds.) Academic Press,
350 pp.


68. McCoy, R. E., V. I. Carroll, C. P. Poucher, and G. H. Gwin. 1976. Field control
of lethal yellowing with oxytetracycline hydrochloride. Phytopathology 66:
1148-1150.

69. McCoy. R. E. and G. H. Gwin. 1977. Response of mycoplasmalike organism infected
prichardia, trachycarpus, and veitchia palms to oxytetracycline. Plant
Dis-. Reptr. 61:154-158.

70. McCoy, R. E., J. H. Tsai, and D. L. Thomas. 1978. Occurrence of spiroplasma in
natural populations of the sharpshooter Oncometopia nigricans. Phytopathol.
News 12:217.

71. McCoy, R. E., D. L. Thomas, J. H. Tsai and W. J. French. 1978. Periwinkle
wilt, a sharpshooter vectored disease associated with xylem delimited
rickettsialike bacteria. Plant Dis. Reptr. 63:1122-1126.


72. McCoy, R. E. and H. M. Donselman.
of coconut palm in Florida.
Culture, Michigan St. Univ.,


1979. Antibiotic treatment of lethal yellowing
Proc. Nat'l Symp. Syst. Trtment. in Tree
Oct. 1978. 203-213.


73. McCoy, R. E. and H. M. Donselman. 1979. Non-pathenogenicity of Pseudomonas
aeriginosa to coconut palm. Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 92:351-353.

74. Maier, W. L., Jr. and V. V. Vandiver Jr. 1976. Herbicides used in and around
water for management of aquatic vegetation. J. of Aquatic Plant. Mgmt.
14:80-81.

75. Michewicz, J. E., D. L. Sutton, and R. D. Blackburn. 1972. The white amur for
aquatic weed control. Weed Sci. 20:106-110.

76. Michewicz, J. E., D. L. Sutton, and R. D. Blackburn. 1972. Water quality of
small enclosures stocked with white amur. Hyacinth Contr. J. 10:22-25.









77. Midcap, J. T., P. L. Neel and D. L. Hull. 1975. The 'Malayan Dwarf' coconut
palm, a lethal yellowing resistant cultivar. Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc.
88:377-380.

78. Miley, W. W., D. L. Sutton and J. G. Stanley. 1979. The role and impact of
introduced grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella Val.) in the USSR and
several other European countries. pp. 177-183, In J. V. Shireman (Ed.)
Proc. Grass Carp Conf. Gainesville, Fla.

79. Neel, P. L. 1974. Influence of arrest upon growth and flowering of Ixora
coccinea. c.v. 'Nora Grant.' Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 87:415-418.

80. Neel, P. L. and A. A. Will. 1975. A new Pittosporum species for Florida
landscapes. Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 88:423-426.

81. Neel, P. L. and J. A. Reinert. 1975. Phytotoxicity evaluations of ten
insecticides on twenty-treee species of ornamental plants under slat
shade conditions. Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc.88:586-590.

82. Neel, P. L. and D. L. Sutton. 1977. Growth of four species of plants as
influenced by composted sewage sludge and duckweed grown in sewage
effluent. Proc. SNA Res. Conf. 22:41-43.

83. Neel, P. L., E. O. Burt, P. Busey and G. H. Snyder. 1978. Sod production in
shallow beds of waste materials. J. American Soc. Hort. Sci. 103:549-553.

84. Neel, P. L. and H. M. Donselman. 1978. Growth of five species of containerized
ornamentals as influenced by six commercial fertilizer sources. Proc.
Florida St. Hort. Soc. 90:350-353.

85. Neel, P. L., E. 0. Burt, and S. L. Carlyle. 1979. Tolerance of five warm-
season turfgrasses and 36 ornamental plant species to the herbicide
asulam. J. American Soc. Hort. Sci. 104:129-132.

86. Nigg, H. N., J. A. Reinert, and G. E. Fitzpatrick. 1979. Acephate and
methamidophos residue behavior in different varieties of Florida citrus.
Pesticide Monitoring J. 12 (4): 167-171.

87. Nigg, H. N., J. A. Reinert, and G. E. Fitzpatrick. 1979. Weather-dependent
residue behavior of malathion in Florida citrus varieties. Bull. Environ.
Contam. Toxicol. 21:697-702.

88. Ornes, W. H. and D. L. Sutton. 1975. Removal of phosphorous from static sewage
effluent by waterhyacinth. Hyacinth Contr. J. 13:56-58.

89. Perkins, B. D. 1973. Potential for waterhyacinth management with biological
agents. Proc. Tall Timbers Conf. on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat
Manag. 4:53-64.

90. Perkins, B. D. 1974. Arthropods that stress waterhyacinth. PANS 20 (3): 304-
314.

91. Perkins, B. D., M. M. Lovarco and W. C. Nardon. 1976. A technique for collecting
adult Neochetina eichhornia Worner (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) for
waterhyacinth control. Florida Ent. 59(4):352.


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92. Perkins, B. D. and D. M. Maddox. 1976. Host specificity of Neochetina bruch
Hustache (Coleoptera:Curculionidae) a biological control agent for
waterhyacinth. J. Aquat. Plant Mgmt. 14:59-64.

93. Reinert, J. A. 1972. Snail control under aquatic conditions. Proc. Florida St.
Hort. Soc. 85:380-384.

94. Reinert, J. A. 1972. Control of the southern chinch bug in Florida. Florida
Ent. 55 (4): 231-235.

95. Reinert, J. A. 1972. New distribution and host record for the parasitoid,
Eumicrosoma benefica. Florida Ent. 55 (3): 143-144.

96. Reinert, J. A. 1973. Cuban laurel thrips: Systemic insecticides for control.
J. Econ. Ent. 66:1217-1218.

97. Reinert, J. A. 1973. Sod webworm control in Florida turfgrass. Florida Ent.
56:333-337.

98. Reinert, J. A. and S. H. Kerr. 1973. Bionomics and control of lawn chinch
bugs. Bull. Ent. Soc. America 19:91-92.

99. Reinert, J. A. 1974. Tropical sod webworm and southern chinch bug control
in Florida. Florida Ent. 57:275-279.

100. Reinert, J. A. 1975. Life history of the striped grassworm, Mocis latipes.
Ann. Ent. Soc. America 68:201-204.

101. Reinert, J. A. 1975. Royal palm bug, Xylastodoris luteolus, damage and control
on royal palms in Florida. Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 88:591-593.

102. Reinert, J. A. 1976. Cerococcus deklei Vest, and its control on hibiscus.
J. Econ. Ent. 69:713-714.

103. Reinert, J. A. 1976. Citrus blackfly control by foliar treatments of dooryard
citrus. Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 89:365-366.

104. Reinert, J. A. 1976. Control of sod webworms (Herpetogramma spp. and Crambus
spp.) on bermudagrass. J. Econ. Ent. 69:699-672.

105. Reinert, J. A. 1977. Field biology and control of Haplaxius crudus on St.
Austinegrass and Christmas palm. J. Econ. Ent. 70:54-56.

106. Reinert, J. A. 1978. Natural enemy complex of the southern chinch bug in
Florida. Ann. Ent. Soc. America 71:728-731.

107. Reinert, J. A. 1978. Antibiosis to the southern chinch bug by St. Augustinegrass
accessions. J. Econ. Ent. 71: 21-24.

108. Reinert, J. A. 1979. Response of white grubs on bermudagrass to insecticides.
J. Econ. Ent. 72:546-548.

109. Reinert, J. A. 1979. Citrus blackfly control on container grown citrus by
soil drench and with systemic insecticides. Folia Entomol. Mexicana
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110. Reinert, J. A. and A. E. Dudeck. 1974. Southern chinch bug resistance in St.
Augustinegrass. J. Econ. Ent. 67:275-277.

111. Reinert, J. A. and N. L. Woodiel. 1974. Palm aphid control on 'Malayan Dwarf'
coconut palms. Florida Ent. 57:411-413.

112. Reinert, J. A. and P. L. Neel. 1976. Evaluation of phytotoxicity of malathion,
ethion, and combinations of FC-435 spray oil with each of twenty-eight
species of environmental plants under slat shade. Proc. Florida St. Hort.
Soc. 89:368-370.

113. Reinert, J. A. and G. E. Fitzpatrick. 1977. Citrus blackfly control with foliar
applied insecticides. 90:9-10.

114. Reinert, J. A. and P. L. Neel. 1977. A history of chemical control for the
citrus blackfly and developments in its management in Florida. Proc. Int.
Soc. Citriculture. 2:493-496.

115. Reinert, J. A. and P. L. Neel. 1977. Tumid spider mite control on parlor palm
in containers. HortScience 12:339-341.

116. Reinert, J. A. and G. E. Fitzpatrick. 1978. Citrus blackfly control with foliar
applied insecticides. Citrus Industry. 59 (2): 8-12.

117. Reinert, J. A., A. E. Dudeck, and G. H. Snyder. 1978. Resistance of bermudagrass
to the bermudagrass mite. Environ. Ent. 8:885-888.

118. Silveira Guido, A. and B. D. Perkins. 1975. Biology and host specificity of
Cornops aquaticum (Bruner) (Orthoptera: Acrididae), a potential biological
control agent for waterhyacinth. Environ. Ent. (3): 400-404.

119. Snyder, G. H., E. O. Burt, J. S. Rogers and K. L. Campbell. 1973. Theory and
experimentation for turf irrigation from multiple subsurface point sources.
Soil and Crop Sci. Soc. of Florida Proc. 33:37-41.

120. Snyder, G. H. and E. O. Burt. 1976. Nitrogen fertilization of bermudagrass turf
through an irrigation system. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 101:145-148.

121. Snyder, G. H., E. O. Burt, and B. F. James. 1976. Nitrogen fertilization in
South Florida with urea, UF and IBDU. Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 89:
326-330.

122. Snyder, G. H., E. O. Burt and G. U. Gascho. 1979. Correcting pH-induced
manganese deficiency in bermudagrass turf. Agron. J. 71:603-608.

123. Stanley, J. G., W. W. Miley II, and D. L. Sutton. 1978. Reproductive
requirements and likelihood for naturalization of escaped grass carp in
the United States. Trans. American Fish. Soc. 107:119-128.

124. Steinberg, B., R. V. Dowell, G. E. Fitzpatrick and F. W. Howard. 1978.
Suitability among native or naturalized plant species of southern Florida
for citrus blackfly development. Florida Sci. 41:61-63.







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125. Steward, K. K. 1970. Nutrient removal potentials of various aquatic plants.
Hyacinth Contr. J. 8:34-35.

126. Steward, K. K. 1974. Physiological, edaphic, and environmental characteristics
of Everglades sawgrass communities, 34-46. In "The Ecology of South
Florida: Present and Past." Miami Geological Society Memoir No. 2.
452 pp., Miami, FL.

127. Steward, Kerry K. and Larry L. Nelson. 1972. Evaluations of controlled release
PVC and Attaclay Formulations of 2,4-D on Eurasian watermilfoil. Hyacinth
Contr. J. 10:35-37.

128. Steward, K. K. and R. A. Elliston. 1974. Growth of hydrilla in solution culture
at various nutrient levels. Florida Sci. 36:228-233.

129. Steward, Kerry K. and W. Harold Ornes. 1975. The autoecology of sawgrass in
the Florida Everglades. Ecology 56:162-171.

130. Steward, K. K. and W. H. Ornes. 1975. Assessing a marsh environment for
wastewater renovation. J. Water Pollution Cont. Fed. 47:1880-1891.

131. Steward, K. K. and T. D. Center. 1979. Evaluation of Metham for control of
Hydrilla regrowth from tubers. J. Aquat. Plant. Manag. 17:76-77.

132. Su, H. J. and R. E. McCoy (Eds.). 1979. Mycoplasma diseases of plants. National
Sci. Counc. (Taiwan) Symp. Series No. 1, 179 pp.

133. Sutton, D. L. 1974. Utilization of hydrilla by the white amur. Hyacinth Contr.
J. 12:66-70.

134. Sutton, D. L. 1976. Utilization of duckweed by the white amur, pp. 257-260.
In T; E. Freeman (ed). Proc. IV Int. Symp. Biological Control Weeds.
Gainesville, FL.

135. Sutton, D. L. 1977. Grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella Val.) in North America.
Aquat. Bot. 3:157-164.

136. Sutton, D. L. and S. W. Bingham. 1970. Uptake and translocation of 2,4-D-1- 14C
in parrotfeather. Weed Sci. 18:193-196.

137. Sutton, D. L. and S. W. Bingham. 1970. Uptake of diquat in parrotfeather.
Hyacinth Contr. J. 8:2-4.

138. Sutton, D. L., L. W. Weldon, and R. D. Blackburn. 1970. Effect of diquat on
uptake of copper in aquatic plants. Weed Sci. 18:703-707.

139. Sutton, D. L. and R. D. Blackburn. 1971. Uptake of copper in hydrilla. Weed
Research 11:47-53.

140. Sutton, D. L. and R. D. Blackburn. 1971. Uptake of copper by parrotfeather.
J. Weed Sci. 19:282-285.

141. Sutton, D. L. and R. D. Blackburn. 1971. Uptake of copper by waterhyacinth.
Hyacinth Contr. J. 9:18-20.


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142. Sutton, D. L., R. D. Blackburn, and W. C. Barlowe. 1971. Response of aquatic
plants to combinations of endothall and copper. Weed Sci. 19:643-646.

143. Sutton, D. L., R. D. Blackburn, and K. K. Steward. 1971. Influence of herbicides
on the uptake of copper in hydrilla. Weed Research 11:99-105.

144. Sutton, D. L. and C. L. Foy. 1971. Effect of diquat and several surfactants
on membrane permeability in red beet root tissue. Bot. Gaz. 132 (4):
299-304.

145. Sutton, D. L., W. T. Haller, K. K. Steward, and R. D. Blackburn. 1972. Effect
of copper on uptake of diquat 14C by hydrilla. Weed Sci. 20:581-583.

146. Sutton, D. L. and S. W. Bingham. 1973. Anatomy of emersed parrotfeather.
Hyacinth Contr. J. 11:49-54.

147. Sutton, D. L. and W. H. Ornes. 1975. Phosphorus removal from static sewage
effluent using duckweed. J. Environ. Qual..4:367-370.

148. Sutton, D. L. and W. H. Ornes. 1977. Growth of Spirodela polyrhiza in static
sewage effluent. Aquat. Bot. 3:231-237.

149. Sutton, D. L., V. V. Vandiver, Jr., R. S. Hestand, and W. W. Miley, II. 1978.
Use of the grass carp for control of Hydrilla in small ponds, pp. 91-102.
In J. V. Shireman (ed). Proc. Grass Carp Conf. Gainesville, Fl.

150. Thomas, D. L. 1974. Possible link between declining palm species and lethal
yellowing of coconut palms. Proc. Florida St. Hort. Soc. 87:502-504.

151. Thomas, D. L. 1979. Mycoplasmalike bodies associated with lethal declines of
palms in Florida. Phytopathology 69:928-934.

152. Thomas, D. L. and H. M. Donselman. 1979. Mycoplasmalike bodies and phloem
degeneration associated with declining Pandanus in Florida. Plant Dis.
Reptr. 63:911-916.

153. Thomas, D. L., R. E. McCoy, R. C. Norris and A. S. Espinoza. 1979. Electron
microscopy of flagellated protozoa associated with the marchitez sorpresiva
disease of African oil palm in Equador. Phytopathology 69:222-226.

154. Tsai, J. H. 1975. Occurrence of a corn disease in Florida transmitted by
Peregrinus maidis. Plant Dis. Reptr. 59:830-833.

155. Tsai, J. H. 1975. Transmission studies of three suspected insect vectors of
lethal yellowing of coconut palm. FAO Plant Prot. Bull. 25(5): 140-145.

156. Tsai, J. H. 1977. Attempts to transmit lethal yellowing of coconut palms by
the planthopper Haplaxius crudus. Plant Dis. Reptr. 61:304-307.

157. Tsai, J. H. 1979. Vector transmission of mycoplasmal agents of plant diseases.
pp 266-307 In "The Mycoplasmas" Vol. III (R. F. Whitcomb and J. G. Tully,
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158. Tsai, J. H., N. L. Woodiel, and 0. H. Kirsch. 1976. Rearing techniques for
Haplaxius crudus, (Homoptera: Cixiidae) a suspected vector of lethal
yellowing of coconut palm. Florida Ent. 59 (1): 41-43.

159. Tsai, J. H. and Mahmood Anwar. 1977. Molting and longevity of Oncometopia
nigricans (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) on various host plants. Florida Ent.
60:105-108.

160. Tsai, J. H. and 0. H. Kirsch. 1978. Bionomics of Haplaxius crudus (Van Duzee)
(Homoptera: Cixiidae). Environ. Ent. 7:305-308.

161. Vaughan, A. W. and G. E. Fitzpatrick. 1978. Use of insecticide/surfactant
formulations for citrus blackfly control. Insecticide and Acaricide
tests. 3:56-57.

162. Vandiver, V. V.,Jr. and W. L. Maier, Jr. 1977. Herbicides used in and around
water for management of aquatic vegetation. J. of Aquat. Plant Mgmt. 15:
83-84.

163. VanDyke, J. M. and D. L. Sutton. 1977. Digestion of duckweed (Lemna spp.)
by the grass carp (Ctenophayengodan idella). J. Fish Biol. 11:273-278.

164. Woodiel, N. L. and J. H. Tsai. 1978. A rotary flight trap used for sampling
Haplaxius crudus (Homoptera: Cixiidae) in coconut groves. J. New York
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165. Zitter, T. A. and J. H. Tsai. 1977. Transmission of three polyviruses by the
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SUBJECT MATTER INDEX


Aquatic Weed Ecology and Control

1-4,12,18-23,35,42-46,74-76,88-92,118,123,125-131,133-149,161-163. Total articles -

54.

Agrichemicals and Pharmaceutical Control of Pests

6,34,38-40,42,51-55,57-61,65,66,68,69,72,74,81,85-87,93,94,96-99,101-105,108-109,

111-116,128,131,136-145,161,162. Total articles 95.

Biological Control including Host Plant Resistance

1-4,7-10,12,13,15,16,20-23,26,31,34,38,39,44,46,47-48,56,75-78,89-92,95,106,107

110,117,118,123,133-135,149,163. Total articles 46.

Citrus Blackfly

13-17,24-33,38-40,47-49,86,87,103,109,113,114,124. Total articles 28.

Entomology and Acarology

13-17,19-33,38-41,47-49,86-87,89-118,124,154-161,164,165. Total articles 59.

Lethal Yellowing of Palms and Other Mycoplasma Diseases

51,53-55,57-73,77,105,132,150-152,155-159,160,164. Total articles 33.

Ornamental Horticulture (not including Turfgrass)

36,37,77,79-82,84,85. Total articles 9.

Plant Pathology (Not including disease transmission by insects see Entomology)

5,41,50-73,132,150-154,165. Total articles 33.

Turfgrass breeding and culture (not including Insect and Disease Control see
Entomology and Plant Pathology)

6-11,83,85,119-122. Total articles 11.












Name

Burt, E.O.

Busey, P.

Center, T.

Cherry, R.

Del Fosse, E.S.

Donselman, H.M.

Dowell, R.V.

Durden, W.C.

Fitzpatrick, G.E.


Howard, F.W.

McCoy, R.E.

Neel, P.L.

Perkins, B.D.

Reinert, J.A.

Snyder, G.H.

Steinberg, B.

Steward, K.K.

Sutton, D.L.


Thomas, D.L.

Tsai, J.H.

Vandiver, V.V.


ARC AUTHOR INDEX

Senior Author

6

7-11



13-17

19-23



24-33

34

38-40


47-49

50-73

79-85

89-92

93-117

119-122

124

125-131

133-149


150-153

154-160

162


Junior Author

10,85,119-122.



131

30,32,38,39



72,73,84,152

15,16,38-40,124



15,17,27-32,86-87,113,
116,124

28,32

132,153

49,77,112,114,115

12,18,21-23,118

29,86,87



33

35

1-4,42-46,75,76,78,88
123,163

70,71

36,37,41,70,71,164,165

74,149




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