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A THOUSAND PEER-REVIEWED
JOURNAL ARTICLES FROM CIMMYT
AND ITS COLLABORATORS
1966-2002








CONTENTS


Foreword.....


.....3


PART A: Research at CIMMYT and with advanced institutions........5


PART B: Research cooperation with NARS.................................61


PA R T C : Index by journal ..............................................................92


S tatistica l a na lysis ..................................... .. .. .. ............... 10 9


Compiler: John E. Woolston







This publication incorporates the material from previously published lists; it therefore replaces
them:


ISBN 968-6923-00-4
ISBN 968-6923-46-2
ISBN 968-6923-86-1
ISBN 970-648-054-4


AGRIS 94-021078
AGRIS 96-081206
AGRIS 1998-027902
AGRIS 2002-033636


For the future, CIMMYT plans to establish a database available on its website at www.cimmyt.org
and thus provide access to articles published in 2003 and subsequent years


1966-1992
1966-1994
1966-1996
1966-1999














































































2










FOREWORD


The scope of this publication is limited: it covers only journal articles not conference
papers, not book chapters, not newsletters, not theses, not CIMMYT imprints. Thus it represents
only part of CIMMYT's published output. And the search for material went back only to 1966,
the date of the official establishment of the Center; so the compilation omits the very important
work done by CIMMYT's antecedent organizations.

To avoid inconsistencies, we have adopted tight rules of admissibility and apply them
rigorously:

-Only articles resulting from CIMMYT's research program

-Only articles that were subject to an independent peer review

Part A lists articles resulting from research carried out within CIMMYT or in cooperation with
advanced research institutions. Typically, there is an author who is a member of CIMMYT's staff;
often, however, the Center's involvement is represented by a visiting scientist or graduate student
who reports work carried out while on assignment at CIMMYT. In a few cases, the whole work
has been done by other scientists in other institutions but, if it was partly or wholly financed by
CIMMYT, or if it was identified as part of a collaborative project with CIMMYT, then the
resulting article is included as a product of the Center's overall program.

Excluded are those articles that were written after the authors joined CIMMYT's staff but
to report work carried out in their previous employment (not, therefore, part of CIMMYT's
program): the exclusion remains even when 'CIMMYT' is given as the author's affiliation. To
balance this, we have tried to find and include those articles describing CIMMYT work that were
written after the authors had moved elsewhere.

CIMMYT's mission stresses its cooperation with NARS: resulting papers are listed
separately in Part B. Typically, there is an explicit statement that the article describes cooperative
work, but this fact can also be inferred when CIMMYT and NARS staff are named as co-authors.

However, even when CIMMYT, or one of its staff, is named in a paper that reports work
at a cooperating institution, the paper is excluded from either Part of the present list (a) when the
Center's only contribution has been to provide seed, or (b) when the staff member's role is limited
to that of apostfacto reviewer (or asesor intellectual Also, articles announcing the release or
registration of germplasm or new cultivars are not listed here but in a separate compilation.

By applying the rule requiring independent peer review, we are able to include the
refereed 'articles' that have been published, starting 1994, in Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter
as well as the 'research articles', starting 1990, in Wheat Information Service; on the other hand,
we omit articles from journals that did not use external reviewers, such as Development Policy
Review, Plant Disease Reporter (before 1975) and Rachis. More importantly, the rule requires the
exclusion of the conference papers that journals publish in special sections for which the editors
waive the usual peer reviews for example, the annual "proceedings" issue (No. 5) of the
American Journal ofAgricultural Economics. However, a conference paper is included if there is
evidence that it has been subject to independent review, as when there are separate dates for
'received' and 'accepted'.








To conserve space in this compilation, the names of countries are reduced to the codes
recommended by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Those actually
employed are:


Argentina
Austria
Australia
Bangladesh
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Switzerland
Chile
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Serbia & Montenegro
Cuba
Germany
Denmark
Dominican Republic
Algeria
Ecuador
Egypt
Spain
Ethiopia


FX
GB
GP
HU
ID
IE
IL
IN
IR
IT
JP
KE
KR
KZ
MA
MX
MY
MW
NG
NL
NO
NP


Metropolitan France
United Kingdom
Guadeloupe
Hungary
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
India
Iran
Italy
Japan
Kenya
Korea (South)
Kazakhstan
Morocco
Mexico
Malaysia
Malawi
Nigeria
Netherlands
Norway
Nepal


Panama
Peru
Philippines
Pakistan
Poland
Paraguay
Reunion
Sudan
Sweden
El Salvador
Syria
Thailand
Turkey
Trinidad and Tobago
Uganda
United States
Uruguay
Venezuela
South Africa
Zambia
Zimbabwe


Entries in Part A are prefixed in the form 1967 ATHWAL, the year of publication
followed by the principal surname of the first author. Entries in Part B are prefixed in the form
EC 1989 BYERLEE, the country code for the cooperating NARS, followed by the year of
publication and the principal surname of the first author. In both Parts, the entries are then listed
in the alphanumeric sequence of their prefixes.

The compiler offers his apologies if he has omitted any items that would have been
eligible under the rules outlined on the previous page. Authors are invited to propose additions by
contacting him directly j.woolston@cgiar.org.


AVAILABILITY OF DOCUMENTS A copy of every listed article is available for
consultation by users of CIMMYT's library. Other interested persons are advised, in the first
place, to apply to their own libraries. Wherever possible, we have given AGRIS numbers to assist
those who use these numbers for filing their collections of reprints and photocopies. Librarians
unable to meet the needs of their clients are invited as a last resort to contact the compiler for
copies of individual items from this list.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The compiler thanks his past and present colleagues in the
CIMMYT Library for their cooperation in constructing this compilation. Lucia Segura C. has
conscientiously maintained the computer file and the collection of documents.











PART A RESEARCH AT CIMMYT AND WITH
ADVANCED INSTITUTIONS



1967 ATHWAL D S Athwal and N E Borlaug*. Genetic male sterility in wheat breeding Indian J.
Genetics and Plant Breeding 27 136-142
With Ohio State University, Columbus (Ohio) US and Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana IN


1968 CASAS Eduardo Casas, W D Hanson and E J Wellhausen*. Genetic relationships among
collections representing three Mexican race composites of Zea mays L. Genetics 59 299-310
With North Carolina State University, Raleigh (North Carolina) US and Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo
MX

1968 CASTRO M Castro G*, C 0 Gardner and J H Lonnquist*. Cumulative gene effects and the
nature ofheterosis in maize crosses involving genetically diverse races Crop Science 8 97-101
With University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US


1969 CADY F B Cady and R J Laird*. Bias error in yield functions as influenced by treatment design
and postulated model Soil Science Soc. America Proc. 33 282-286
With University of Kentucky, Lexington (Kentucky) US

1969 LAIRD R J Laird* and F B Cady. Combined analysis of yield data from fertilizer experiments
Agronomy J. 61 829-834
With University of Kentucky, Lexington (Kentucky) US


1970 RIES S K Ries, O Moreno*, W F Meggitt, C J Schweizer and S A Ashkar. Wheat seed protein:
chemical influence on and relationship to subsequent growth and yield in Michigan and Mexico
Agronomy J. 62 746-748
With Michigan State University, East Lansing (Michigan) US


1972 RAJARAM S Rajaram, F J Zillinsky and N E Borlaug. Sources of adult leaf rust resistance in
triticale Indian Phytopathology 25 442-448


1973 BORLAUG Norman E Borlaug and Oddvar H Aresvik. The green revolution an approach to
agricultural development and some of its economic implications International J. Agrarian Affairs
5 385-403

1973 LUXMOORE R J Luxmoore, R A Fischer* and L H Stolzy. Flooding and soil temperature
effects on wheat during grain filling Agronomy J. 65 361-364
With University of California, Riverside (California) US


1974 ANDERSON Jock R Anderson. Risk efficiency in the interpretation of agricultural production
research Review ofMarketing and Agricultural Economics 42 131-184
With University of New England, Armidale (New South Wales) AU

1974 BATES L S Bates, A Campos V*, R Rodriguez R* and R G Anderson*. Progress toward novel
cereal grains Cereal Science Today 19 283-284,286
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1974 GOLDSWORTHY-1 P R Goldsworthy and M Colegrove. Growth and yield of highland maize
in Mexico J. Agricultural Science (Cambridge GB) 83 213-221 AGRIS 75-016179








1974 GOLDSWORTHY-2 P R Goldsworthy, A F E Palmer and D W Sperling. Growth and yield of
lowland tropical maize in Mexico J Agricultural Science (Cambridge GB) 83 223-230 AGRIS
75-016178

1974 SAARI E E Saari* and Roy D Wilcoxson. Plant disease situation of high-yielding dwarf wheats
in Asia and Africa Annual Review of Phytopathology 12 49-68
With University of Minnesota, St. Paul (Minnesota) US

1974 SRIWATANAPONGSE Sutat Sriwatanapongse, E C Johnson, S K Vasal and E Villegas.
Inheritance of kernel vitreosity in opaque-2 maize SABRAO Journal 6 1-7

1974 SULLIVAN S L Sullivan, V E Gracen and Alejandro Ortega*. Resistance of exotic maize
varieties to the European corn borer Ostrinia nubilalis (Hiibner) Environmental Entomology 3
718-720 AGRIS 75-009607
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1974 YAMAGUCHI Junichi Yamaguchi. Varietal traits limiting the grain yield of tropical maize: I.
Growth patterns as affected by altitude and season; II. The growth and yield of tall and short
varieties; III. Significance of tillers for productivity; IV. Plant traits and productivity of tropical
varieties Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 20 69-78; 145-154; 155-161; 287-304 AGRIS 75-
002912; 75-002913; 75-002911; 75-009194

1974 ZILLINSKY F J Zillinsky. The development of triticale Advances in Agronomy 26 315-348


1975 FISCHER R A Fischer. Yield potential in a dwarf spring wheat and the effect of shading Crop
Science 15 607-613 AGRIS 76-082218

1975 LAING D R Laing and R A Fischer. Response of wheat under sub-humid irrigated conditions to
atmospheric misting during grain filling Agricultural Meteorology 15 285-293 AGRIS 76-073277

1975 MERKER Arulf Merker. Chromosome composition of hexaploid triticale Hereditas 80 41-52
AGRIS 76-083451
With Swedish Seed Association, Svalov SE

1975 SAARI E E Saari and J M Prescott. A scale for appraising the foliar intensity of wheat diseases
Plant Disease Reporter 59 377-380 AGRIS 75-041105

1975 SWANSON Burton E Swanson. Evaluation of the CIMMYT wheat training program J
Agronomic Education 4 85-89
With University of Wisconsin, Madison (Wisconsin) US


1976 AITKEN Yvonne Aitken. Non-destructive method for estimation of tassel initiation in maize
(Zea mays L.) J Australian Inst. Agricultural Science 42 65-66 AGRIS 77-130103
With University of Melbourne, Parkville (Victoria) AU

1976 BYTH D E Byth*, R L Eisemann and I H De Lacy. Two-way pattern analysis of a large data set
to evaluate genotypic adaptation Heredity 37 215-230 AGRIS 77-160052
With University of Queensland, St. Lucia (Queensland) AU

1976 FISCHER-1 R A Fischer and I Aguilar M. Yield potential in a dwarf spring wheat and the
effect of carbon dioxide fertilization Agronomy J. 68 749-752 AGRIS 77-135928

1976 FISCHER-2 R A Fischer and Z Kertesz. Harvest index in spaced populations and grain weight
in microplots as indicators of yielding ability in spring wheat Crop Science 16 55-59 AGRIS 76-
092350








1976 FISCHER-3 R A Fischer and R Maurer O. Crop temperature modification and yield potential in
a dwarf spring wheat Crop Science 16 855-859 AGRIS 77-147511

1976 FISCHER-4 R A Fischer and D R Laing. Yield potential in a dwarf spring wheat and response
to crop thinning J. Agricultural Science (Cambridge GB) 87 113-122

1976 FISCHER-5 R A Fischer, I Aguilar M, R Maurer O and S Rivas A. Density and row spacing
effects on irrigated short wheats at low latitude J. Agricultural Science (Cambridge GB) 87 137-
147 AGRIS 77-148096

1976 FISCHER-6 R A Fischer and P C Wall. Wheat breeding in Mexico and yield increases J.
Australian Inst. Agricultural Science 42 139-148 AGRIS 78-225487

1976 JOVANOVIC C Jovanovic, P Shivaji, B Dzah and L Kausal. The use of genetic modifiers to
enhance the performance of opaque-2 maize Genetika (Beograd CS) 8 17-26 AGRIS 77-129810
With Maize Research Institute, Zemun CS

1976 RANDOLPH L F Randolph. Contributions of wild relatives of maize to the evolutionary history
of maize: a synthesis of divergent hypotheses I Economic Botany 30 321-345 AGRIS 77-148769
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1976 SINGH Shree P Singh. Modified vitreous endosperm recombinants from crosses of normal and
high lysine sorghum Crop Science 16 296-297 AGRIS 76-099753


1977 AITKEN Yvonne Aitken. Evaluation of maturity genotype climate interactions in maize (Zea
mays L.) Z Pflanzenziuchtung 78 216-237 AGRIS 77-197454
With University of Melbourne, Parkville (Victoria) AU

1977 BATES L S Bates, E Moreno*, F J Zillinsky* and K A Mujeeb. Effect of E-amino caproic acid
foliar spray on seed set and embryo formation in Triticum turgidum L. var. durum x Secale cereale
Chemico-Biological Interactions 17 363-365
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1977 BIDINGER F Bidinger, R B Musgrave and R A Fischer Contribution of stored pre-anthesis
assimilate to grain yield in wheat and barley Nature 270 431-433
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1977 CHIBBER B A K Chibber, E Voicu*, E T Mertz and D V Glover. Studies on corn proteins: XI.
Distribution of lysine during germination of normal and opaque-2 maize Cereal Chemisty 54 558-
564 AGRIS 77-208490
With Purdue University, West Lafayette (Indiana) US

1977 FISCHER-1 R A Fischer, I Aguilar and D R Laing. Post-anthesis sink size in a high-yielding
dwarf wheat: yield response to grain number Australian J. Agricultural Research 28 165-175
AGRIS 77-178028

1977 FISCHER-2 R A Fischer, M Sanchez and J R Syme. Pressure chamber and air flow porometer
for rapid field indication of water status and stomatal condition in wheat Experimental
Agriculture 13 341-351 AGRIS 78-257388

1977 FISCHER-3 R A Fischer, J H Lindt and A Glave. Irrigation of dwarf wheats in the Yaqui valley
of Mexico Experimental Agriculture 13 353-367 AGRIS 78-256676

1977 LAING D R Laing and R A Fischer. Adaptation of semidwarf wheat cultivars to rainfed
conditions Euphytica 26 129-139 AGRIS 77-159195
With University of Sydney, Sydney (New South Wales) AU









1977 MOSCARDI Edgardo Moscardi* and Alain de Janvry. Attitudes toward risk among peasants:
an econometric approach American J Agricultural Economics 59 710-716
With University of California, Berkeley (California) US

1977 ROGALSKA Stanislawa Rogalska. Identification of rye chromosomes in lines of hexaploid
triticale Genetica Polonica 18 317-324
With Institute of Genetics and Plant Breeding, Poznan PL

1977 THOMAS J B Thomas*, K A Mujeeb, R Rodriguez* and L S Bates. Barley x wheat hybrids
Cereal Research Communications 5 181-188
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US


1978 FISCHER-1 R A Fischer and D HilleRisLambers. Effect of environment and cultivar on source
limitation to grain weight in wheat Australian J. Agricultural Research 29 443-458 AGRIS 78-
346071

1978 FISCHER-2 R A Fischer and R Maurer. Drought resistance in spring wheat cultivars: I. Grain
yield responses Australian J. Agricultural Research 29 897-912 AGRIS 79-399000 For Parts II
and III, see 1979 FISCHER-1 and -2

1978 GOERTZ P G Goertz*, W G Pollmer, E Villegas* and B S Dhillon. Nutritional quality of
Andean maize collections and comparisons of some chemical screening methods Maydica 23 221-
232 AGRIS 79-424076
With Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE

1978 LEIHNER Dietrich E Leihner and Guillermo Ortiz F. Improvement of durum wheat plant
type, yield potential and adaptation Euphytica 27 785-799 AGRIS 79-399013

1978 MUJEEB K A Mujeeb, J B Thomas*, R Rodriguez R*, R F Waters and L S Bates. Chromosome
instability in hybrids of Hordeum vulgare L. with Triticum turgidum and T aestivum J. Heredity
69 179-182 AGRIS 79-357856
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1978 THOMAS Julian B Thomas and R Glenn Anderson. Cross-incompatibility of common wheat
with rye: effect of varying the day of pollination on seed set and development Canadian J. Botany
56 3000-3007

1978 YOUNG H C Young Jr, J M Prescott* and E E Saari*. Role of disease monitoring in preventing
epidemics Annual Review of Phytopathology 16 263-285
With Oklahoma State University, Stillwater (Oklahoma) US


1979 EGGUM Bjorn O Eggum, Eva M Villegas* and Surinder K Vasal*. Progress in protein quality
of maize J. Science of Food and Agriculture 30 1148-1153 AGRIS 80-572607
With National Institute of Animal Science, Copenhagen DK

1979 FISCHER-1 R A Fischer and M Sanchez. Drought resistance in spring wheat cultivars: II.
Effects on plant water relations Australian J. Agricultural Research 30 801-814 AGRIS 80-
515383 For Parts I and III, see 1978 FISCHER-2 and 1979 FISCHER-2

1979 FISCHER-2 R A Fischer* and J T Wood. Drought resistance in spring wheat cultivars: III.
Yield associations with morpho-physiological traits Australian J. Agricultural Research 30 1001-
1020 AGRIS 80-567501 For Parts I and II, see 1978 FISCHER-2 and 1979 FISCHER-1
With Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization CSIRO, Canberra (ACT) AU








1979 GAFSI Salem Gafsi and Terry Roe. Adoption of unlike high-yielding wheat varieties in Tunisia
Economic Development and Cultural Change 28 119-133
From University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (Minnesota) US

1979 JAMES J James. New maize x Tripsacum hybrids for maize improvement Euphytica 28 239-
247 AGRIS 80-470249

1979 MUCHENA S C Muchena, C 0 Grogan and A D Violic*. The effect of recurrent selection for
reduction of plant and ear height on intemode pattern in two tropical maize (Zea mays L.)
populations Canadian J. Plant Science 59 143-146
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1979 PEAIRS F B Peairs and J L Saunders. Single-larva infestations with Diatraea saccharalis (F) in
two tropical maize populations in Mexico Turrialba 29 243-246 AGRIS 80-550595

1979 RAJARAM S Rajaram*, B Skovmand*, H J Dubin*, E Torres*, R G Anderson*, A P Roelfs, D
J Samborski and I A Watson. Diversity of rust resistance of the CIMMYT multi-line composite, its
yield potential and utilization Indian J. Genetics and Plant Breeding 39 60-71 AGRIS 80-
530072
With USDA Cereal Rust Laboratory, St.Paul (Minnesota) US; Agriculture Canada, Winnipeg (Manitoba) CA;
University of Sydney, Sydney (NSW) AU

1979 SOJKA R E Sojka, L H Stolzy and R A Fischer. Comparison of diurnal drought response of
selected wheat cultivars Agronomy J. 71 329-335 AGRIS 80-516935
With University of California, Riverside (California) US

1979 SOZA Roberto F Soza, Alejandro V Violic y Victor Claure. Defoliaci6n para forraje en maiz
Simiente (Santiago CL) 49 (3-4) 33-38 AGRIS 81-654438


1980 FISCHER R A Fischer and Y M Stockman. Kernel number per spike in wheat (Triticum
aestivum L.): responses to preanthesis shading Australian J. Plant Physiology 7 169-180
With Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization CSIRO, Canberra (ACT) AU

1980 MUJEEB-KAZI A Mujeeb-Kazi and R Rodriguez. Some intergeneric hybrids in the Triticeae
Cereal Research Communications 8 469-475

1980 NELSON Walter Nelson, H J Dubin and Sanjaya Rajaram. Norin 10 dwarfing genes present in
the lines used in the CIMMYT bread wheat breeding program Cereal Research Communications
8 573-574

1980 PEAIRS F B Peairs and J L Saunders. External versus internal damage estimates of stalk boring
by Diatraea saccharalis (F) in two tropical maiz populations in Mexico Turrialba 30 352-354
AGRIS 81-655268


1981 COLLINSON Michael Collinson. A low cost approach to understanding small farmers
Agricultural Administration 8 433-450

1981 DUBIN H J Dubin and E Torres. Causes and consequences of the 1976-1977 wheat leaf rust
epidemic in northwest Mexico Annual Review ofPhytopathology 19 41-49 AGRIS 82-812880

1981 FISCHER R A Fischer, F Bidinger, J R Syme and P C Wall. Leaf photosynthesis, leaf
permeability, crop growth, and yield of short spring wheat genotypes under irrigation Crop
Science 21 367-373 AGRIS 82-744693








1981 HANSON W D Hanson and E C Johnson*. Evaluation of an exotic maize population adapted to
a locality Theoretical and Applied Genetics 60 55-63 AGRIS 82-765533
With North Carolina State University, Raleigh (North Carolina) US

1981 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 A Mujeeb-Kazi and R Rodriguez. Cytogenetics of intergeneric hybrids
involving genera within the Triticeae Cereal Research Communications 9 39-45

1981 MUJEEB-KAZI-2 A Mujeeb-Kazi. Triticum timopheevii x Secale cereale crossability J.
Heredity 72 227-228 AGRIS 82-743996
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1981 MUJEEB-KAZI-3 A Mujeeb-Kazi and R Rodriguez. An intergeneric hybrid of Triticum
aestivum L. xElymus giganteus J Heredity 72 253-256 AGRIS 82-788047

1981 MUJEEB-KAZI-4 A Mujeeb-Kazi. Apomictic progeny derived from intergeneric Hordeum-
Triticum hybrids J. Heredity 72 284-285 AGRIS 82-787965

1981 PEAIRS F B Peairs and J L Saunders. Plant damage and yield response to Diatraea saccharalis
and Spodopterafrugiperda in selection cycles of two tropical maize populations in Mexico
Turrialba 31 55-62 AGRIS 81-687615

1981 PILCH-1 J Pilch. Analysis of the rye chromosome constitution and the amount of telomeric
heterochromatin in the widely and narrowly adapted hexaploid triticales Theoretical and Applied
Genetics 60 145-149 AGRIS 82-777918

1981 PILCH-2 J Pilch. Rye chromosome constitution and the amount of telomeric heterochromatin of
the widely and narrowly adapted CIMMYT hexaploid triticales Z. Pflanzenziichtung 87 58-68
AGRIS 82-765569

1981 SOJKA R E Sojka, L H Stolzy and R A Fischer. Seasonal drought response of selected wheat
cultivars Agronomy J 73 838-845 AGRIS 82-822087
With University of California, Riverside (California) US

1981 THOMAS Julian B Thomas, P J Kaltsikes and R Glen Anderson. Relation between wheat-rye
crossability and seed set of common wheat after pollination with other species in the Hordeae
Euphytica 30 121-127 AGRIS 82-754877
With University of Manitoba, Winnipeg (Manitoba) CA


1982 AHMED A Ahmed and E A Torres. Genetic analysis of some Mexican populations of wheat
stem rust and evaluation of advanced lines of wheat to selected rust isolates Bangladesh J.
Agricultural Research 7 (2) 84-89

1982 CUNFER Barry M Cunfer and Barbara L Scolari. Xanthomonas campestris pv. translucens on
triticale and other small grains Phytopathology 72 683-686 AGRIS 83-902596
From University of Georgia, Experiment (Georgia) US

1982 DUBIN H Jesse Dubin and Sanjaya Rajaram. The CIMMYT's international approach to
breeding disease-resistant wheat Plant Disease 66 967-971 AGRIS 83-919806

1982 MIDMORE D J Midmore, P M Cartwright and R A Fischer. Wheat in tropical environments: I.
Phasic development and spike size Field Crops Research 5 185-200 AGRIS 83-869696 and 83-
899338 For part II, see 1984 MIDMORE

1982 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 A Mujeeb-Kazi and M Bernard. Somatic chromosome variations in
backcross I progenies from intergeneric hybrids involving some Triticeae Cereal Research
Communications 10 41-45 AGRIS 84-040223








1982 MUJEEB-KAZI-2 A Mujeeb-Kazi and R Rodriguez. Cytogenetics of hybrids of Elymus
canadensis xHordeum vulgare J. Heredity 73 77-79 AGRIS 83-852276

1982 NAGARAJAN-1 S Nagarajan, J Kranz, E E Saari* and L M Joshi. Analysis of wheat rusts
epidemic in the Indo-Gangetic plains 1976-78 Indian Phytopathology 35 473-477 AGRIS 83-
940256
With Justus-Liebig-Universitat, Giessen DE and Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi IN

1982 NAGARAJAN-2 S Nagarajan, G Seiboldt, J Kranz, E E Saari* and L M Joshi. Utility of
weather satellites in monitoring cereal rust epidemics Z. Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz
89 276-281 AGRIS 83-950326
With Justus-Liebig-Universitat, Giessen DE and Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi IN

1982 REGER Bonnie J Reger and Jacqueline James*. Pollen germination and pollen tube growth of
sorghum when crossed to maize and pearl millet Crop Science 22 140-144
With Russell Research Center (USDA), Athens (Georgia) US


1983 ASLAM M Aslam C E Wassom and K Fischer*. Relationship of maturity stages and agronomic
traits in corn Pakistan J Agricultural Research 4 211-215 AGRIS 84-109008
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1983 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee and Edith Hesse de Polanco. Wheat in the world food economy:
increasing role in developing countries Food Policy 8 67-75 AGRIS 84-000698

1983 DUBIN H J Dubin. Occurrence ofPyrenophora tritici-repentis in the Andean countries of South
America Plant Disease 67 1040

1983 MUCHENA S C Muchena, M R Contreras, D L Galt and F B Peairs. Progress from recurrent
full-sib family selection for potential yield improvement in two tropical maize (Zea mays L.)
populations Field Crops Research 7 283-297 AGRIS 84-040196

1983 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 Mujeeb-Kazi and R Rodriguez. Cytogenetics of a Hordeum vulgare -
Triticum turgidum hybrid and its backcross progenies with T. turgidum J Heredity 74 109-113
AGRIS 84-013351

1983 MUJEEB-KAZI-2 A Mujeeb-Kazi and R Rodriguez. Meiotic instability in Hordeum vulgare x
Triticum aestivum hybrids J Heredity 74 292-296

1983 MULEBA-1 Nyanguila Muleba*, Tom G Hart* and Gary M Paulsen. Physiological factors
affecting maize (Zea mays L.) yields under tropical and temperate conditions Tropical Agriculture
(Trinidad) 60 3-10 AGRIS 84-003060
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1983 MULEBA-2 Nyanguila Muleba*, Richard N Wedderburn* and Gary M Paulsen. Relationships
among some morphological and physiological traits in tropical maize (Zea mays L.) Tropical
Agriculture (Trinidad) 60 197-200
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1983 REGER Bonnie J Reger and Jacqueline James Sprague*. Pearl millet and sorghum pollen tube
growth in pearl millet gynoecia of different ages Crop Science 23 931-934 AGRIS 84-108396
With Russell Research Center (USDA), Athens (Georgia) US








1983 ORTEGA E I Ortega* and L S Bates. Biochemical and agronomic studies of two modified hard-
endosperm opaque-2 maize (Zea mays L.) populations Cereal Chemistry 60 107-111 AGRIS 84-
002285
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US


1984 GUSTAFSON J P Gustafson, A Lukaszewski and B Skovmand. Heterochromatin content and
early endosperm development in 42-chromosome spring triticale Canadian J. Genetics and
Cytology 26 85-90
With University of Missouri, Columbia (Missouri) US

1984 MIDMORE D J Midmore, P M Cartwright and R A Fischer. Wheat in tropical environments: II.
Crop growth and grain yield Field Crops Research 8 207-227 and erratum 9 87 AGRIS 84-
049600 For part I, see 1982 MIDMORE

1984 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 A Mujeeb-Kazi, S Roldan and J L Miranda. Intergeneric hybrids of Triticum
aestivum L. with Agropyron and Elymus species Cereal Research Communications 12 75-79

1984 MUJEEB-KAZI-2 A Mujeeb-Kazi and R Rodriguez. Hordeum vulgare x Triticum aestivum
hybrids Cytologia 49 557-565

1984 NAGARAJAN-1 S Nagarajan, G Seibold, J Kranz, E E Saari* and L M Joshi. Monitoring wheat
rust epidemics with the Landsat-2 satellite Phytopathology 74 585-587 AGRIS 85-023582
With Justus-Liebig-Universitat, Giessen DE and Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi IN

1984 NAGARAJAN-2 S Nagarajan, J Kranz, E E Saari*, G Seiboldt, R W Stubbs and J C Zadoks.
An analysis of the 1978 epidemic of yellow rust on wheat in Andalusia, Spain Z. Pflanzen-
krankheiten undPflanzenschutz 91 159-170 AGRIS 85-097630
With Justus-Liebig-Universitat, Giessen DE, Research Institute for Plant Protection IPO, Wageningen NL and
Laboratory for Phytopathology, Wageningen NL

1984 PANDEY S Pandey, S K Vasal, C de Leon, A Ortega, G Granados and E Villegas. Development
and improvement of maize populations Genetika (Beograd CS) 16 23-42

1984 SKOVMAND B Skovmand, P N Fox and R L Villareal. Triticale in commercial agriculture:
progress and promise Advances in Agronomy 37 1-45 AGRIS 86-028430

1984 SPRAGUE E W Sprague. Potential organization for the development of maize germplasm
Genetika (Beograd CS) 16 13-22, 115-130


1985 BERNARD S Bernard and D C Jewell. Crossing maize with sorghum, Tripsacum and millet: the
products and their level of development following pollination Theoretical and Applied Genetics
70 474-483

1985 EYAL Z Eyal, A L Scharen, M D Huffman and J M Prescott*. Global insights into virulence
frequencies ofMycosphaerella graminicola Phytopathology 75 1456-1462 AGRIS 86-074185
With Montana State University, Bozeman (Montana) US

1985 FISCHER R A Fischer. Number of kernels in wheat crops and the influence of solar radiation
and temperature J Agricultural Science (Cambridge GB) 105 447-461
With Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization CSIRO, Canberra (ACT) AU








1985 HEYSER J W Heyser, M W Nabors, C MacKinnon, T A Dykes, K J Demott, D C Kautzman
and A Mujeeb-Kazi*. Long-term, high-frequency plant regeneration and the induction of somatic
embryogenesis in callus cultures of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Z. Pflanzenziuchtung 94 218-233
With Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos (New Mexico) US and Colorado State University, Fort Collins
(Colorado) US

1985 KANEMASU E T Kanemasu, Joel Ransom, Dave Saunders, Janet Killeen and Masao Yoshida.
Use of spectral data to assess wheat response to soil water Field Crops Research 12 105-113
AGRIS 86-007213
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1985 MIHM John A Mihm. Breeding for host plant resistance to maize stem-borers Insect Science
and its Applications 6 369-377

1985 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 A Mujeeb-Kazi* and Gordon Kimber. The production, cytology and
practicality of wide hybrids in the Triticeae Cereal Research Communications 13 111-124
With University of Missouri, Columbia (Missouri) US

1985 MUJEEB-KAZI-2 A Mujeeb-Kazi and J L Miranda. Enhanced resolution of somatic
chromosome constrictions as an aid to identifying intergeneric hybrids among some Triticeae
Cytologia 50 701-709

1985 MUJEEB-KAZI-3 A Mujeeb-Kazi and M Bernard. Intergeneric hybridization to induce alien
genetic transfers into Triticum aestivum Pakistan J. Botany 17 271-289 AGRIS 87-082893

1985 MUJEEB-KAZI-4 A Mujeeb-Kazi. Cytogenetics of a Hordeum vulgare x Elymus patagonicus
hybrid (n=4x=28) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 69 475-479

1985 MUJEEB-KAZI-5 A Mujeeb-Kazi and M Bernard. Cytogenetics of intergeneric Elymus
canadensis x Triticum aestivum hybrids (n=5x=35, SHABD) and their backcross progenies with T
aestivum Z. Pflanzenziichtung 95 50-62

1985 SCHAREN A L Scharen, Z Eyal, M D Huffman and J M Prescott*. The distribution and
frequency of virulence genes in geographically separated populations of Leptosphaeria nodorum
Phytopathology 75 1463-1468 AGRIS 86-074183
With Montana State University, Bozeman (Montana) US

1985 TRIPP Robert Tripp. Anthropology and on-farm research Human Organization. 44 114-124


1986 BYERLEE-1 Derek Byerlee and Edith Hesse de Polanco. Farmers' stepwise adoption of
technological packages: evidence from the Mexican altiplano American J. Agricultural
Economics 68 519-527 AGRIS 87-060587

1986 BYERLEE-2 Derek Byerlee and Gustavo Sain. Food pricing policy in developing countries:
bias against agriculture or for urban consumers? American J. Agricultural Economics 68 961-969
AGRIS 87-081438

1986 DUBIN H J Dubin* and R W Stubbs. Epidemic spread of barley stripe rust in South America
Plant Disease 70 141-144 AGRIS 86-074135
With Research Institute for Plant Protection IPO, Wageningen NL

1986 JOHNSON E C Johnson, K S Fischer, G 0 Edmeades and A F E Palmer. Recurrent selection
for reduced plant height in lowland tropical maize Crop Science 26 253-260 AGRIS 87-114718








1986 LAURIE D A Laurie and M D Bennett. Wheat x maize hybridization Canadian J. Genetics
and Cytology 28 313-316
From Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge (GB)

1986 ORTEGA Enrique I Ortega, Evangelina Villegas and Surinder K Vasal. A comparative study of
protein changes in normal and quality protein maize during tortilla making Cereal Chemistry 63
446-451 AGRIS 89-080531

1986 PANDEY Shivaji Pandey, A 0 Diallo, T M T Islam and J Deutsch. Progress from selection in
eight tropical maize populations using international testing Crop Science 26 879-884 AGRIS 87-
062225

1986 WADDINGTON-1 S R Waddington, J K Ransom, M Osmanzai and D A Saunders. Variability
for grain growth in early maturing triticale Cereal Research Communications 14 169-176

1986 WADDINGTON-2 S R Waddington, J K Ransom, M Osmanzai and D A Saunders.
Improvement in the yield potential of bread wheat adapted to northwest Mexico Crop Science 26
698-703 AGRIS 87-038345

1986 WARHAM-1 Elizabeth J Warham, Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi and Victor Rosas. Kamal bunt (Tilletia
indica) resistance screening ofAegilops species and their practical utilization for Triticum aestivum
improvement Canadian J. Plant Pathology 8 65-70

1986 WARHAM-2 Elizabeth J Warham. Kamal bunt disease of wheat: a literature review Tropical
Pest Management 32 229-242

1986 WESTCOTT Brian Westcott. Some methods of analyzing genotype-environment interaction
Heredity 56 243-253


1987 BYERLEE-1 Derek Byerlee. From adaptive research to farmer recommendations and extension
advice Agricultural Administration and Extension 27 231-244

1987 BYERLEE-2 Derek Byerlee. The political economy of Third World food imports: the case of
wheat Economic Development and Cultural Change 35 307-328

1987 COLLINSON M P Collinson. Farming systems research: procedures for technology
development Experimental Agriculture 23 365-386

1987 DAVIS F M Davis, T G Bird, P E Sloderbeck, B E Lewis, R S Yochim, A E Knutson, Sen
Seong Ng, J L Gallardo, A Salazar Pedroza and J A Mihm*. Southwestern corn borer:
attractiveness to synthetic pheromone Southwestern Entomologist 12 57-63 AGRIS 87-095394
With Mississippi State University, Mississippi State (Mississippi) US

1987 FISCHER-KS K S Fischer, G 0 Edmeades and E C Johnson. Recurrent selection for reduced
tassel branch number and reduced leaf area density above the ear in tropical maize populations
Crop Science 27 1150-1156 AGRIS 88-061665

1987 FISCHER-RA R A Fischer and M Stapper. Lodging effects on high-yielding crops of irrigated
semidwarf wheat Field Crops Research 17 245-258 AGRIS 91-086881
With CSIRO, Canberra (ACT) and Griffith (New South Wales) AU

1987 FORSTER B P Forster, J Gorham and T E Miller. Salt tolerance of an amphiploid between
Triticum aestivum and Agropyronjunceum Plant Breeding 98 1-8
From Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge GB








1987 MUJEEB-KAZI Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi, Silverio Roldan, D Y Suh, Lesley A Sitch and Shafqat
Farooq. Production and cytogenetic analysis of hybrids between Triticum aestivum and some
caespitose Agropyron species Genome 29 537-553

1987 PANDEY Shivaji Pandey, A 0 Diallo, T M T Islam and J Deutsch. Response to full-sib
selection in four medium maturity maize populations Crop Science 27 617-622 AGRIS 88-
012680

1987 SMILANICK J L Smilanick, J A Hoffmann, N L Cashion* and J M Prescott*. Evaluation of
seed and foliar fungicides for control of Karnal bunt of wheat Plant Disease 71 94-96 AGRIS 87-
095785
With Crops Research Laboratory (USDA), Logan (Utah) US

1987 WADDINGTON S R Waddington, M Osmanzai, M Yoshida and J K Ransom. The yield of
durum wheats released in Mexico between 1960 and 1984 J. Agricultural Science (Cambridge
GB) 108 469-477

1987 WESTCOTT B Westcott. A method for assessing the yield stability of crop genotypes J.
Agricultural Science (Cambridge GB) 108 267-274


1988 ALAM K B Alam and J P Gustafson. Tan-spot resistance in Aegilops species Plant Breeding
100 112-118
From University of Missouri, Columbia (Missouri) US

1988 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee and Robert Tripp. Strengthening linkages in agricultural research
through a farming systems perspective: the role of social scientists Experimental Agriculture 24
137-151

1988 CASHION Norma L Cashion* and E S Luttrell. Host-parasite relationships in Kamal bunt of
wheat Phytopathology 78 75-84 AGRIS 88-093112
With University of Georgia, Athens (Georgia) US

1988 CROSSA-1 J Crossa, B Westcott and C Gonzalez. The yield stability of maize genotypes across
international environments: full season tropical maize Experimental Agriculture 24 253-263

1988 CROSSA-2 J Crossa. A comparison of results obtained with two methods for assessing yield
stability Theoretical and Applied Genetics 75 460-467

1988 CROSSA-3 J Crossa, B Westcott and C Gonzalez. Analyzing yield stability of maize genotypes
using a spatial model Theoretical andApplied Genetics 75 863-868

1988 DATNOFF L E Datnoff, M H Royer, M R Bonde and J M Prescott*. A quantitative method for
estimation of teliospores of Tilletia indica in soil Plant Disease 72 209-212 AGRIS 89-106602
With Foreign Disease-Weed Science Research Unit (USDA), Frederick (Maryland) US

1988 DHALIWAL H S Dhaliwal and D V Singh. Up-to-date life cycle of Neovossia indica (Mitra)
Mundkur Current Science 57 675-677

1988 GOATES Blair J Goates. Histology of infection of wheat by Tilletia indica, the Karnal bunt
pathogen Phytopathology 78 1434-1441 AGRIS 89-106603
From Utah State University, Logan (Utah) US

1988 PHAM H N Pham* and M S Kang. Interrelationships among and repeatibility of several
stability statistics estimated from international maize trials Crop Science 28 925-928 AGRIS 89-
129336
With Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge (Louisiana) US








1988 SINGH-1 D V Singh, H S Dhaliwal and R J Metzger. Inoculum and time for screening against
Kamal bunt disease of wheat Indian Phytopathology 41 632-633

1988 SINGH-2 D V Singh and H S Dhaliwal. Establishment and spread of Kamal bunt in wheat spike
Seed Research 16 200-205

1988 WARHAM-1 Elizabeth J Warham. Screening for Kamal bunt (Tilletia indica) resistance in
wheat, triticale, rye and barley Canadian J. Plant Pathology 10 57-60

1988 WARHAM-2 Elizabeth J Warham. Teliospore germination patterns in Tilletia indica Trans.
British Mycological Soc. 90 318-321

1988 WARHAM-3 E J Warham and D Flores. Farmer surveys on the relation of agronomic practices
to Karnal bunt disease of wheat in the Yaqui valley, Mexico Tropical Pest Management 34 373-
381


1989 BAJET Narceo B Bajet and B L Renfro. Occurrence of corn stunt spiroplasma at different
elevations in Mexico Plant Disease 73 926-930 AGRIS 90-033042

1989 BARKER T Barker, G Varughese and R Metzger. Alternative backcross methods for
introgression of variability into triticale via interspecific hybrids Crop Science 29 963-965 AGRIS
90-023552

1989 BROERS L H M Broers and J E Parleviet. Environmental stability of partial resistance in spring
wheat to wheat leaf rust Euphytica 44 241-245 AGRIS 90-061898
From Agricultural University, Wageningen NL

1989 CROSSA-1 J Crossa, B Westcott and C Gonzalez. The yield stability of CIMMYT's maize
germplasm Euphytica 40 245-251 AGRIS 89-086660

1989 CROSSA-2 J Crossa. Theoretical considerations for the introgression of exotic germplasm into
adapted maize populations Maydica 34 53-62 AGRIS 90-123288

1989 CROSSA-3 J Crossa* and C 0 Gardner. Predicted and realized grain yield responses to full-sib
family selection in CIMMYT maize (Zea mays L.) populations Theoretical and Applied Genetics
7733-38
With University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US

1989 CROSSA-4 J Crossa. Methodologies for estimating the sample size required for genetic
conservation of outbreeding crops Theoretical and Applied Genetics 77 153-161

1989 DE LEON Carlos De Le6n and Shivaji Pandey. Improvement of resistance to ear and stalk rots
and agronomic traits in tropical maize gene pools Crop Science 29 12-17 AGRIS 89-143210

1989 DHALIWAL-1 Harcharan Singh Dhaliwal. Multiplication of secondary sporidia of Tilletia
indica on soil and wheat leaves and spikes and incidence of Karnal bunt Canadian J. Botany 67
2387-2390

1989 DHALIWAL-2 H S Dhaliwal and D V Singh. Production and inter-relationship of two types of
secondary sporidia of Neovossia indica Current Science 58 614-618

1989 DUBIN H J Dubin*, R Johnson and R W Stubbs. Postulated genes for resistance to stripe rust in
selected CIMMYT and related wheats Plant Disease 73 472-475 AGRIS 95-012779
With Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge GB and Research Institute for Plant Protection IPO, Wageningen NL








1989 EFRON Y Efron, S K Kim, J M Fajemisin, J H Mareck, C Y Tang*, Z T Dabrowski, H W
Rossel, G Thottappilly and I W Buddenhagen. Breeding for resistance to maize streak virus: a
multidisciplinary team approach Plant Breeding 103 1-36
With International Institute for Tropical Agriculture IITA, Ibadan NG

1989 FISCHER K S Fischer, G 0 Edmeades and E C Johnson. Selection for the improvement of
maize yield under moisture-deficits Field Crops Research 22 227-243 AGRIS 90-041083

1989 GUSTAFSON J P Gustafson, J E Dille and B Skovmand. Wheat substitutions in hexaploid
triticale Plant Breeding 102 109-112
With University of Missouri, Columbia (Missouri) US

1989 HOCK J Hock, J Kranz y B L Renfro*. El 'complejo mancha de asfalto' de maiz, su distribuci6n
geografica, requisitos ambientales e importancia econ6mica en Mexico Revista Mexicana
Fitopatologia 7 129-135
Con Justus-Liebig-Universitat, Giessen DE

1989 MORRIS Michael L Morris. Wheat policy options in sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Zimbabwe
AgriculturalEconomics 3 115-129 AGRIS 89-082749

1989 MUJEEB-KAZI A Mujeeb-Kazi, S Roldan, D Y Suh, N Ter-Kuile and S Farooq. Production
and cytogenetics of Triticum aestivum L. hybrids with some rhizomatous Agropyron species
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 77 162-168

1989 PETERSON C J Peterson and W H Pfeiffer*. International winter wheat evaluation: relation-
ships among test sites based on cultivar performance Crop Science 29 276-282 AGRIS 89-129411
With University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US

1989 POLLAK L M Pollak and H N Pham*. Classification of maize testing locations in sub-Saharan
Africa by using agroclimatic data Maydica 34 43-52 AGRIS 90-123287
With Iowa State University, Ames (Iowa) US

1989 RANSOM J K Ransom, S R Waddington and M Osmanzai. Effect of yellow-berry on field
emergence of spring wheat Field Crops Research 21 115-119 AGRIS 89-117642

1989 SINGH-DV D V Singh and H S Dhaliwal. Screening of wheat germplasm for components of
resistance to Kamal bunt disease Indian Phytopathology 42 393-399 AGRIS 91-041423

1989 SINGH-RP R P Singh, R L Villareal, S Rajaram and E Del Toro. Cataloguing dwarfing genes
Rhtl and Rht2 in germplasm used by the bread wheat breeding program at CIMMYT Cereal
Research Communications 17 273-279

1989 SMILANICK J L Smilanick, J M Prescott*, J A Hoffmann, L R Secrest and K Weise.
Environmental effects on survival and growth of secondary sporidia and teliospores of Tilletia
indica Crop Protection 8 86-90
With Utah State University, Logan (Utah) US

1989 WARHAM E J Warham, J M Prescott and E Griffiths. Effectiveness of chemical seed treat-
ments in controlling Kamal bunt disease of wheat Plant Disease 73 585-588 AGRIS 95-014734


1990 AGGARWAL P K Aggarwal, R A Fischer* and S P Liboon. Source-sink relations and effects
of post-anthesis canopy defoliation in wheat at low latitudes J Agricultural Science (Cambridge
GB) 114 93-99
With Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi IN and International Rice Research Institute IRRI, Los
Baios PH









1990 BEBBINGTON Anthony Bebbington and Judith Carney*. Geography in the international
agricultural research centers: theoretical and practical considerations Annals Assoc. American
Geographers 80 34-48 AGRIS 91-104549
With University of Cambridge, Cambridge GB

1990 BECK D L Beck, S K Vasal and J Crossa. Heterosis and combining ability of CIMMYT's
tropical early and intermediate maturity maize (Zea mays L.) germplasm Maydica 35 279-285
AGRIS 91-059741

1990 CROSSA-1 J Crossa. Statistical analyses of multilocation trials Advances in Agronomy 44 55-
85 AGRIS 91-048661

1990 CROSSA-2 J Crossa*, H G Gauch, Jr. and R W Zobel. Additive main effects and multiplicative
interaction analysis of two international maize cultivar trials Crop Science 30 493-500 AGRIS 90-
123313
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1990 CROSSA-3 J Crossa, S Taba and E J Wellhausen. Heterotic patterns among Mexican races of
maize Crop Science 30 1182-1190 AGRIS 91-041291

1990 CROSSA-4 J Crossa, S K Vasal and D L Beck. Combining ability estimates of CIMMYT's
tropical late yellow maize germplasm Maydica 35 273-278 AGRIS 91-059740

1990 DREPPER W J Drepper and B L Renfro. Comparison of methods for inoculation of ears and
stalks of maize with Fusarium moniliforme Plant Disease 74 952-956 AGRIS 91-033801

1990 DUVEILLER-1 E Duveiller. Seed detection ofXanthomonas campestris pv. undulosa using a
modification of Wilbrink's agar medium Parasitica 46 3-17 AGRIS 92-004213

1990 DUVEILLER-2 E Duveiller* and H Maraite. Bacterial sheath rot of wheat caused by Pseudo-
monasfuscovaginae in the highlands of Mexico Plant Disease 74 932-935 AGRIS 91-013948
With Universite catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve BE

1990 FOX P N Fox*, B Skovmand*, B K Thompson, H-J Braun* and R Cormier*. Yield and
adaptation of hexaploid spring triticale Euphytica 47 57-64 AGRIS 90-072301
With Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (Ontario) CA.

1990 HEISEY Paul W Heisey. Comment: maize research in Malawi J. International Development 2
243-253 AGRIS 93-092784

1990 KASIM Firdaus Kasim, Wayne L Haag* and Clyde E Wassom. Genotypic response of corn to
aluminum stress. II. Field performance of corn varieties in acid soils and its relationship with
performance at seedling stage Indonesian J. Crop Science 5 53-65 AGRIS 94-075775
With Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1990 MAREDIA K M Maredia and J A Mihm. Damage by southwestern corn borer (Diatraea
grandiosella Dyar) on resistant and susceptible maize at three plant growth stages in Mexico
Tropical Pest Management 36 141-144

1990 McCAULEY David E McCauley, Felix J Breden, G Michael Chippendale and John A Mihm*.
Genetic differentiation of populations of the southwestern corn borer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) from
the United States and Mexico Annals Entomological Soc. America 83 586-590 AGRIS 90-
097403
With University of Missouri, Columbia (Missouri) US








1990 PASHLEY D P Pashley, T N Hardy, A M Hammond and J A Mihm*. Genetic evidence for
sibling species within the sugarcane borer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) Annals Entomological Soc.
America 83 1048-1053 AGRIS 91-023356
With Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge (Louisiana) US

1990 PENA R J Pena, A Amaya, S Rajaram and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Variation in quality characteristics
associated with some spring 1B/1R translocation wheats J. Cereal Science 12 105-112 AGRIS
92-063033

1990 RAAB R T Raab and M A Bell*. Assessing a research training course for wheat crop
management J. Agronomic Education 19 72-76 AGRIS 91-104652
With International Service for National Agricultural Research ISNAR, The Hague NL

1990 RANSOM-1 J K Ransom*, R E Eplee and M A Langston. Genetic variability for resistance to
Striga asiatica in maize Cereal Research Communications 18 329-333
With Whiteville Methods Development Center USDA Whiteville (North Carolina) US

1990 RANSOM-2 Joel K Ransom*, Robert E Eplee, Marion A Langston and Rebecca S Norris.
Methodology for establishing witchweed (Striga asiatica) in research plots Weed Technology 4
581-584 AGRIS 93-057354
With Whiteville Methods Development Center USDA, Whiteville (North Carolina) US

1990 RIERA-LIZARAZU O Riera-Lizarazu and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Maize (Zea mays L.) mediated
wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) polyhaploid production using various crossing methods Cereal
Research Communications 18 339-345

1990 TABA S Taba. Conservation and use of maize genetic resources at CIMMYT Maydica 35 183-
186 AGRIS 91-059731

1990 TRIPP-1 Robert Tripp and Jonathan Woolley. Training in farming systems research: review and
prospects Experimental Agriculture 26 247-262 AGRIS 94-021038

1990 TRIPP-2 Robert Tripp. Does nutrition have a place in agricultural research? Food Policy 15
467-474 AGRIS 92-071156

1990 TRIPP-3 Robert Tripp and Ponniah Anandajayasekeram. Building institutional capacity for on-
farm research: call system training courses J. Agronomic Education 19 131-136 AGRIS 91-
019281

1990 VAN BEUNINGEN L T Van Beuningen and M M Kohli. Deviation from the regression of
infection on heading and height as a measure of resistance to Septoria tritici blotch in wheat Plant
Disease 74 488-493 AGRIS 90-097994

1990 VILLAREAL R L Villareal, G Varughese and 0 S Abdalla. Advances in spring triticale
breeding Plant Breeding Reviews 8 43-90 AGRIS 91-021347

1990 WALLACE John C Wallace, Mauricio A Lopes*, Edilson Paiva and Brian A Larkins. New
methods for extraction and quantitation of zeins reveal a high content of gamma-zein in modified
opaque-2 maize Plant Physiology 92 191-196 AGRIS 90-073138
From Purdue University, West Lafayette (Indiana) US

1990 WARHAM-1 Elizabeth J Warham. A comparison of inoculation techniques for assessment of
germplasm susceptibility to Kamal bunt (Tilletia indica) disease of wheat Annals of Applied
Biology 116 43-60 AGRIS 93-096855









1990 WARHAM-2 Elizabeth J Warham. Effect of Tilletia indica infection on viability, germination
and vigor of wheat seed Plant Disease 74 130-132 AGRIS 90-074906

1990 WARHAM-3 E J Warham and P A Burnett. Influence of media on pathogenicity and
morphology of secondary sporidia of Tilletia indica Plant Disease 74 525-527 AGRIS 90-098004


1991 BECK D L Beck, S K Vasal and J Crossa. Heterosis and combining ability among subtropical
and temperate intermediate-maturity maize germplasm Crop Science 31 68-73 AGRIS 91-059697

1991 BOLANOS J Bolafios and G 0 Edmeades. Value of selection for osmotic potential in tropical
maize Agronomy J. 83 948-956 AGRIS 92-041716

1991 BONHOMME R Bonhomme, M Derieux, J R Kiniry, G 0 Edmeades* and H Ozier-Lafontaine.
Maize leaf number sensitivity in relation to photoperiod in multilocation field trials Agronomy J.
83 153-157 AGRIS 91-069731
With INRA Bioclimatologie, Thiverval-Grignon FX, Station de Gen6tique et d'Amelioration des Plantes (INRA),
Estrees-Mons FX, Station Agropedoclimatique, Pointe-a-Pitre GP and Agricultural Research Service (USDA),
Temple (Texas) US.

1991 BRENNAN J P Brennan and D Byerlee. The rate of crop varietal replacement on farms:
measures and empirical results for wheat Plant Varieties and Seeds 4 99-106 AGRIS 93-105366

1991 BYERLEE-1 Derek Byerlee*, Bernard Triomphe* and Michel Sebillotte. Integrating agronomic
and economic perspectives into the diagnostic stage of on-farm research ExperimentalAgriculture
27 95-114 AGRIS 93-033026
With Institut National Agronomique, Paris-Grignon FX

1991 BYERLEE-2 Derek Byerlee and Gustavo Sain. Relative food prices under structural
adjustment: preliminary findings from Latin America Food Policy 16 74-84 AGRIS 93-011343

1991 BYERLEE-3 Derek Byerlee. Monitoring farmers' practices and fields as a continuing activity in
on-farm research for evolving cropping systems J. Asian Farming Systems Association 1 179-190

1991 CALHOUN-1 D S Calhoun, P A Burnett, J Robinson and H E Vivar. Field resistance to Russian
wheat aphid in barley: I. Symptom expression Crop Science 31 1464-1467 AGRIS 92-041712

1991 CALHOUN-2 D S Calhoun, P A Burnett, J Robinson, H E Vivar and L Gilchrist. Field
resistance to Russian wheat aphid in barley: II. Yield assessment Crop Science 31 1468-1472
AGRIS 92-041710

1991 CEBALLOS H Ceballos*, J A Deutsch* and H Guti6rrez. Recurrent selection for resistance to
Exserohilum turcicum in eight subtropical maize populations Crop Science 31 964-971 AGRIS
92-052691
With Asgrove Seed Co., Celaya MX

1991 CROSSA J Crossa*, P N Fox*, W H Pfeiffer*, S Rajaram* and H G Gauch Jr. AMMI
adjustment for statistical analysis of an international wheat yield trial Theoretical and Applied
Genetics 81 27-37
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1991 DITTRICH U Dittrich, J Hock, J Kranz and B L Renfro*. Germination of Phyllachora maydis
ascospores and conidia ofMonographella maydis Cryptogamic Botany 2/3 214-218
With Justus-Liebig-Universitat, Giessen DE









1991 ESKRIDGE K M Eskridge, P F Byrne* and J Crossa*. Selection of stable varieties by
minimizing the probability of disaster Field Crops Research 27 169-181 AGRIS 91-106631
With University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US

1991 FURINI Antonella Furini and David C Jewell. Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration of
Tripsacum dactyloides L. Euphytica 55 111-115 AGRIS 91-106948

1991 HAN G C Han, S K Vasal, D L Beck and E Elias. Combining ability of inbred lines derived
from CIMMYT maize (Zea mays L.) germplasm Maydica 36 57-64 AGRIS 93-012894

1991 HE He Zhong-hu. An investigation of the relationship between the F1 potential and the
measures of genetic distances among wheat lines Euphytica 58 165-170 AGRIS 92-063059

1991 HEISEY Paul W Heisey and John P Brennan. An analytical model of farmers' demand for
replacement seed American J. Agricultural Economics 73 1044-1052 AGRIS 92-019985

1991 HERRERA Guido Herrera M. Efecto de las razas PAV, MAV y RPV del virus del enanismo
amarillo de la cebada (Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus) sobre el rendimiento y crecimiento de plants
de cebada Agricultura Ticnica 51 145-150 AGRIS 92-004146
From Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden (Herts) GB

1991 HEUN M Heun, A E Kennedy, J A Anderson, N L V Lapitan, M E Sorrells and S D Tanksley.
Construction of a restriction fragment length polymorphism map for barley (Hordeum vulgare)
Genome 34 437-447
From Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1991 KANG-1 M S Kang and H N Pham*. Simultaneous selection for high yielding and stable crop
genotypes Agronomy J. 83 161-165 AGRIS 91-069732
With Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge (Louisiana) US

1991 KANG-2 M S Kang, D P Gorman and H N Pham*. Application of a stability statistic to
international maize yield trials Theoretical and Applied Genetics 81 162-165
With Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge (Louisiana) US

1991 LEATHERS Howard D Leathers and Melinda Smale. A Bayesian approach to explaining
sequential adoption of components of a technological package American J. Agricultural
Economics 73 734-742 AGRIS 92-051127
From University of Maryland, College Park (Maryland) US

1991 LOW Allan Low and S R Waddington. Farming systems adaptive research: achievements and
prospects in southern Africa ExperimentalAgriculture 27 115-125 AGRIS 93-033045

1991 MAREDIA-1 K M Maredia and J A Mihm. Sugarcane borer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) damage to
maize at four plant growth stages Environmental Entomology 20 1019-1023 AGRIS 92-043883

1991 MAREDIA-2 K M Maredia and J A Mihm. Response of resistant and susceptible maize to
different infestation levels of southwestern corn borer (Diatraea grandiosella Dyar) in Mexico
Tropical Pest Management 37 21-25 AGRIS 93-024892

1991 MARTINEZ Juan Carlos Martinez, Gustavo Sain and Michael Yates. Toward farm-based
policy analysis: concepts applied in Haiti Agricultural Economics 5 223-235

1991 ORTEGA Enrique I Ortega, Evangelina Villegas, Magni Bjarnason and Kent Short. Changes in
dry matter and protein fractions during kernel development of quality protein maize Cereal
Chemistry 68 482-486 AGRIS 92-103872









1991 PANDEY Shivaji Pandey, S K Vasal and J A Deutsch. Performance of open-pollinated maize
cultivars selected from 10 tropical maize populations Crop Science 31 285-290 AGRIS 91-
078493

1991 PAULIS J W Paulis, J A Bietz, R J Lambert and E M Villegas*. Identification of modified high-
lysine maize genotypes by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography Cereal
Chemistry 68 361-365 AGRIS 92-011934
With National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research USDA, Peoria and University of Illinois, Urbana
(Illinois) US

1991 RAUN W R Raun and H J Barreto. Maize yield response as affected by phosphorus, sulfur and
nitrogen as banded applications on a volcanic ash derived tropical soil Communications in Soil
Science and Plant Analysis 22 1661-1676 AGRIS 93-070160

1991 ROBINSON Jonathan Robinson, Hugo Enrique Vivar, Peter Alexander Burnett and Daniel
Steven Calhoun. Resistance to Russian wheat aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae) in barley genotypes
J. Economic Entomology 84 674-679 AGRIS 91-069719

1991 ROMERO Lourdes Romero Arrieta, Fernando Garcia Perez y Pedro Santamaria Cesar. Estudio
comparative de consultas en bases de datos en linea y en discos compactos Revista AIBDA 12 57-
64

1991 SINGH-1 R P Singh and S Rajaram. Resistance to Puccinia recondita f. sp. tritici in 50 Mexican
bread wheat cultivars Crop Science 31 1472-1479 AGRIS 92-044319

1991 SINGH-2 R P Singh and A K Gupta. Genes for leaf rust resistance in Indian and Pakistani
wheats tested with Mexican pathotypes of Puccinia recondita f. sp. tritici Euphytica 57 27-36
AGRIS 92-021756

1991 SINGH-3 R P Singh, T S Payne and S Rajaram. Characterization of variability and relationships
among components of partial resistance to leaf rust in CIMMYT bread wheats Theoretical and
Applied Genetics 82 674-680 AGRIS 94-075968

1991 TAYLOR Daphne Taylor and Derek Byerlee. Food aid and food security: a cautionary note
Canadian J. Agricultural Economics 39 163-175

1991 TRAXLER Greg Traxler, Mitch Renkow and Larry W Harrington. Assessing the impact of new
technology: three levels of analysis J. Asian Farming Systems Association 1 227-244

1991 TRIPP Robert Tripp, Ponniah Anandajayasekeram, Derek Byerlee and Larry W Harrington.
FSR: achievements, deficiencies and challenges for the 1990s J. Asian Farming Systems
Association 1 259-271

1991 VILLAREAL R L Villareal, S Rajaram, A Mujeeb-Kazi and E Del Toro. The effect of
chromosome 1B/1R translocation on the yield potential of certain spring wheats (Triticum aestivum
L.) Plant Breeding 106 77-81 AGRIS 94-075969

1991 YAU S K Yau, G Ortiz-Ferrara* and J P Srivastava. Classification of diverse bread wheat-
growing environments based on differential yield responses Crop Science 31 571-576 AGRIS 92-
002449
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY


1992 BARKER T C Barker and G Varughese. Combining ability and heterosis among eight complete
spring hexaploid triticale lines Crop Science 32 340-344 AGRIS 93-012996









1992 BJARNASON M Bjarnason and S K Vasal. Breeding of quality protein maize (QPM) Plant
Breeding Reviews 9 181-216 AGRIS 94-117087

1992 BORLAUG Norman E Borlaug. World food security and the legacy of Canadian wheat scientist
R. Glenn Anderson Canadian J. Plant Pathology 14 253-266

1992 BORRERO J C Borrero, S Pandey and H Ceballos. Performance and stability of tropical maize
hybrids developed from lines with different levels of inbreeding Maydica 37 251-258 AGRIS 93-
095213

1992 BRAUN Hans-Joachim Braun*, Wolfgang H Pfeiffer* and Wolfgang G Pollmer. Environments
for selecting widely adapted spring wheat Crop Science 32 1420-1427 AGRIS 93-114856
With Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE

1992 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee. Technical change, productivity, and sustainability in irrigated
cropping systems of South Asia: emerging issues in the post-green revolution era J. International
Development 4 477-496 AGRIS 95-031282

1992 CEBALLOS H Ceballos and J A Deutsch. Inheritance of resistance to tar spot complex in maize
Phytopathology 82 505-512 AGRIS 92-114107

1992 CONNELL John G Connell. A "minimalist" approach to participatory extension J. Asian
Farming Systems Association 1 361-369

1992 CORNELIUS P L Cornelius, M Seyedsahr and J Crossa*. Using the shifted multiplicative
model to search for separabilityy" in crop cultivar trials Theoretical and Applied Genetics 84 161-
172 AGRIS 94-063828
With University of Kentucky, Lexington (Kentucky) US

1992 CROSSA J Crossa, D C Jewell, J A Deutsch and S Taba. Gene action and the bottleneck effect
in relation to sample size for maintenance of cross-pollinated populations Field Crops Research 29
225-239 AGRIS 92-062837

1992 DAS Modan K Das, Sanjaya Rajaram*, Christopher C Mundt and Warren E Kronstad.
Inheritance of slow-rusting resistance to leaf rust in wheat Crop Science 32 1452-1456 AGRIS
93-116859
With Oregon State University, Corvallis (Oregon) US

1992 DUVEILLER E Duveiller* and C Bragard. Comparison of immunofluorescence and two assays
for detection ofXanthomonas campestris pv. undulosa in seeds of small grains Plant Disease 76
999-1003 AGRIS 93-046911
With Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve BE

1992 ELLIS-1 R H Ellis, R J Summerfield, G 0 Edmeades* and E H Roberts. Photoperiod, leaf
number, and interval from tassel initiation to emergence in diverse cultivars of maize Crop Science
32 398-403 AGRIS 93-013738
With University of Reading, Reading GB

1992 ELLIS-2 R H Ellis, R J Summerfield, G 0 Edmeades* and E H Roberts. Photoperiod,
temperature, and the interval from sowing to tassel initiation in diverse cultivars of maize Crop
Science 32 1225-1232 AGRIS 95-034708
With University of Reading, Reading GB









1992 FUENTES-DAVILA G Fuentes-Davila and D A Lawn. Effect of methyl bromide and dazomet
on germination of Tilletia indica teliospores in field soil Tropical Pest Management 38 323-324
AGRIS 95-036687

1992 GUEI R G Guei and C E Wassom. Inheritance of some drought adaptive traits in maize: I.
Iterrelationships between yield, flowering, and ears per plant Maydica 37 157-164 AGRIS 93-
095207
From Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1992 HARRINGTON L W Harrington. Measuring sustainability: issues and alternatives J. Farming
Systems Research-Extension 3 1-20 AGRIS 94-021493

1992 HE He Zhong-hu, R J Pefia and S Rajaram. High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition
of Chinese bread wheats Euphytica 64 11-20 AGRIS 93-034880

1992 HOCK-1 J Hock, U Dittrich, B L Renfro* and J Kranz. Sequential development of pathogens in
the maize tarspot disease complex Mycopathologia 117 157-161
With Universitat Giessen, Giessen DE

1992 HOCK-2 J Hock*, J Kranz and B L Renfro*. Tests of standard diagrams for field use in
assessing the tarspot disease complex of maize (Zea mays) Tropical Pest Management 38 314-318
AGRIS 95-036716
With Universitat Giessen, Giessen DE

1992 IMMONEN A S T Immonen. Effect of karyotype on somatic embryogenesis from immature
triticale (X Tritico-secale Wittmack) embryos Plant Breeding 109 116-122 AGRIS 94-064463

1992 LAWN D A Lawn and K D Sayre. Soilbome pathogens on cereals in a highland location of
Mexico PlantDisease 76 149-154 AGRIS 95-004586

1992 MAREDIA K M Maredia, 0 L Segura and J A Mihm. Effects of neem, Azadirachta indica, on
six species of maize insect pests Tropical Pest Management 38 190-195

1992 MUJEEB-KAZI A Mujeeb-Kazi. Genetic manipulation in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
mediated by the chromosome 5B Ph locus and its significance for the transfer of alien genes
Annals of Biology (Hisar IN) 8 178-187

1992 NACHIT-1 M M Nachit*, M E Sorrells, R W Zobel, H G Gauch, R A Fischer* and W R
Coffman. Association of morpho-physiological traits with grain yield and components of genotype-
envrironment interaction in durum wheat I. J. Genetics & Breeding 46 363-368 AGRIS 93-
095291
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY and Cornell University,
Ithaca (New York) US

1992 NACHIT-2 M M Nachit*, M E Sorrells, R W Zobel, H G Gauch, R A Fischer* and W R
Coffman. Association of environmental variables with sites' mean grain yield and components of
genotype-environment interaction in durum wheat II. J. Genetics & Breeding 46 369-372 AGRIS
93-095292
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY and Cornell University,
Ithaca (New York) US

1992 NACHIT-3 M M Nachit*, G Nachit*, H Ketata*, H G Gauch Jr and R W Zobel. Use of AMMI
and linear regression models to analyze genotype-environment interaction in durum wheat
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 83 597-601 AGRIS 94-065725
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY and Cornell University,
Ithaca (New York) US









1992 PANDEY Shivaji Pandey* and C 0 Gardner. Recurrent selection for population, variety, and
hybrid improvement in tropical maize Advances in Agronomy 48 1-87 AGRIS 93-064216
With University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US

1992 PENA Roberto J Pefia and Amoldo Amaya. Milling and breadmaking properties ofwheat-
triticale grain blends J. Science of Food and Agriculture 60 483-487

1992 RAUN W R Raun and H J Barreto. Maize grain yield response to suphur fertilization in central
America Sulphur in Agriculture 16 26-30

1992 RIERA-LIZARAZU O Riera-Lizarazu, A Mujeeb-Kazi and M D H M William. Maize (Zea
mays L.) mediated polyhaploid production in some Triticeae using a detached tiller method J.
Genetics & Breeding 46 335-346 AGRIS 93-095230

1992 ROBINSON-1 J Robinson, F Delgado, H E Vivar and P A Burnett. Inheritance of resistance to
Russian wheat aphid in barley Euphytica 62 213-217 AGRIS 93-012838

1992 ROBINSON-2 J Robinson. Assessment of Russian wheat aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae)
resistance in barley seedlings in Mexico J. Economic Entomology 85 1954-1962 AGRIS 93-
034692

1992 ROBINSON-3 J Robinson. Modes of resistance in barley seedlings to six aphid (Homoptera:
Aphididae) species J. Economic Entomology 85 2510-2515 AGRIS 93-064184

1992 ROBINSON-4 J Robinson and B Skovmand. Evaluation of emmer wheat and other Triticeae for
resistance to Russian wheat aphid Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 39 159-163

1992 ROBINSON-5 J Robinson, D S Calhoun and P A Burnett. Greenhouse rearing and field
infestation of Russian wheat aphid using triticale as an example Southwestern Entomologist 17
17-21 AGRIS 93-056513

1992 ROBINSON-6 J Robinson. Predators and parasitoids of Russian wheat aphid in central Mexico
Southwestern Entomologist 17 185-186 AGRIS 94-004340

1992 SINGH-1 R P Singh and S Rajaram. Genetics of adult-plant resistance of leaf rust in 'Frontana'
and three CIMMYT wheats Genome 35 24-31

1992 SINGH-2 R P Singh. Genetic association of leaf rust resistance gene Lr34 with adult plant
resistance to stripe rust in bread wheat Phytopathology 82 835-838 AGRIS 93-036996

1992 SINGH-3 R P Singh, E Bechere and O Abdalla. Genetic analysis of resistance to stem rust in ten
durum wheats Phytopathology 82 919-921 AGRIS 93-047082

1992 SINGH-4 R P Singh and A K Gupta. Expression of wheat leaf rust resistance gene Lr34 in
seedlings and adult plants Plant Disease 76 489-491 AGRIS 92-095247

1992 SINGH-5 Ravi P Singh. Association between gene Lr34 for leaf rust resistance and leaf tip
necrosis in wheat Crop Science 32 874-878 AGRIS 93-074211

1992 THOME Catherine R Thome, Margaret E Smith and John A Mihm*. Leaf feeding resistance to
multiple insect species in a maize diallel Crop Science 32 1460-1463 AGRIS 93-116545
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US









1992 TRAXLER Greg Traxler and Derek Byerlee. Economic returns to crop management research in
a post-green revolution setting American J. Agricultural Economics 74 573-582 AGRIS 93-
042721

1992 VASAL-1 Surinder K Vasal, Ganesan Srinivasan, Jos6 Crossa and David L Beck. Heterosis and
combining ability of CIMMYT's subtropical and temperate early-maturity maize germplasm Crop
Science 32 884-890 AGRIS 93-074089

1992 VASAL-2 Surinder K Vasal, Ganesan Srinivasan, F Gonzalez C, G C Han, Shivaji Pandey,
David L Beck and Jos6 Crossa. Heterosis and combining ability of CIMMYT's tropical x
subtropical maize germplasm Crop Science 32 1483-1489 AGRIS 93-114778

1992 VASAL-3 S K Vasal, G Srinivasan, D L Beck, J Crossa, S Pandey and C De Leon. Heterosis
and combining ability of CIMMYT's tropical late white maize germplasm Maydica 37 217-223
AGRIS 93-095211

1992 VASAL-4 S K Vasal, G Srinivasan, S Pandey, H S Cordova, G C Han and F Gonzalez C.
Heterotic patterns of ninety-two white tropical CIMMYT maize lines Maydica 37 259-270
AGRIS 93-095214

1992 VASAL-5 S K Vasal, G Srinivasan, G C Han and F Gonzalez C. Heterotic patterns of eighty-
eight white subtropical CIMMYT maize lines Maydica 37 319-327 AGRIS 93-095218

1992 VILLAREAL R L Villareal, S Rajaram and E Del Toro. Yield and agronomic traits of
Norin 10-derived spring wheats adapted to northwestern Mexico J. Agronomy and Crop Science
168 289-297

1992 WILLIAM-1 M D H M William, O Riera-Lizarazu and A Mujeeb-Kazi. A combination of
protein electrophoretic techniques for the detection of 1B, 1B/1R heterozygotes in Triticum
aestivum L. J. Genetics & Breeding 46 137-142 AGRIS 93-095277

1992 WILLIAM-2 M D H M William and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Isozyme and cytological markers of some
P,,ail io rhi, hi 064936

1992 WISEMAN B R Wiseman, M E Snook, D J Isenhour, J A Mihm* and N W Widstrom.
Relationship between growth of corn earworm and fall armyworm larvae (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
and maysin concentration in corn silks J. Economic Entomology 85 2473-2477 AGRIS 93-
064187
With United States Department of Agriculture, Tifton (Georgia) US


1993 ARAUS Jos6 L Araus, Matthew P Reynolds* and Edmundo Acevedo*. Leaf posture, grain
yield, growth, leaf structure, and carbon isotope distribution in wheat Crop Science 33 1273-1279
AGRIS 95-034750
With Universidad de Barcelona, Barcelona ES

1993 ARNASON J T Arnason, J D H Lambert, J Gale, J Mihm*, M Bjarnason*, D Jewell*, J A
Serratos, J Fregeau-Reid and L Pietrzak. Is "quality protein" maize more susceptible than normal
cultivars to attack by the maize weevil Sitophilus zeamais? Postharvest Biology and Technology 2
349-358 AGRIS 93-065840
With Ottawa-Carleton Institute of Biology and Agriculture Canada, Ottawa CA and Centro de Investigaci6n y de
Estudios Avanzados, Irapuato MX









1993 BELL-1 M A Bell, H R Lafitte, A D Violic and A F E Palmer. Practical wheat and maize crop
management research courses for developing country agronomists J. Natural Resources and Life
Sciences Education 22 27-30 AGRIS 94-083290

1993 BELL-2 Mark A Bell. Organic matter, soil properties, and wheat production in the high valley
of Mexico Soil Science 156 86-93 AGRIS 94-092243

1993 BOLANOS-1 J Bolafios and G 0 Edmeades. Eight cycles of selection for drought tolerance in
lowland tropical maize. I. Responses in grain yield, biomass, and radiation utilization Field Crops
Research 31 233-252 AGRIS 93-012910

1993 BOLANOS-2 J Bolafios and G 0 Edmeades. Eight cycles of selection for drought tolerance in
lowland tropical maize. II. Responses in reproductive behavior Field Crops Research 31 253-268
AGRIS 93-012911

1993 BOLANOS-3 J Bolafios, G O Edmeades and L Martinez. Eight cycles of selection for drought
tolerance in lowland tropical maize. III. Responses in drought-adaptive physiological and
morphological traits Field Crops Research 31 269-286 AGRIS 93-012912

1993 BRAGARD-1 C Bragard, Y R Mehta and H Maraite. Serodiagnostic assays vs. the routine
techniques to detect Xanthomonas campestris pv. undulosa in wheat seeds Fitopatologia
Brasileira 18 42-50
From Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve BE and IAPAR, Londrina (Parana) BR

1993 BRAGARD-2 C Bragard and M Verhoyen. Monoclonal antibodies specific for Xanthomonas
campestris bacteria pathogenic on wheat and other small grains, in comparison with polyclonal
antisera J Phytopathology 139 217-228 AGRIS 94-088034
From Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve BE

1993 BYERLEE-1 Derek Byerlee and Michael Morris. Research for marginal environments: are we
underinvested? Food Policy 18 381-393 AGRIS 96-000499

1993 BYERLEE-2 Derek Byerlee. Technical change and returns to wheat breeding research in
Pakistan's Punjab in the post-green revolution period Pakistan Development Review 32 69-86

1993 BYERLEE-3 Derek Byerlee and Michael L Morris. Calculating levels of protection: is it always
appropriate to use world reference prices based on current trading status? World Development 21
805-815

1993 CAUSARANO Hector Causarano. Factors affecting the tensile strength of soil agregates Soil &
Tillage Research 28 15-25 AGRIS 94-008679
From University of Reading, Reading GB

1993 CROSSA-1 J Crossa*, P L Cornelius, M Seyedsadr and P Byre*. A shifted multiplicative
model cluster analysis for grouping environments without genotypic rank change Theoretical and
Applied Genetics 85 577-586 AGRIS 94-075761
With University of Kentucky, Lexington (Kentucky) US

1993 CROSSA-2 J Crossa*, C M Hernandez, P Bretting, S A Eberhart and S Taba*. Statistical
genetic considerations for maintaining germ plasm collections Theoretical and Applied Genetics
86 673-678 AGRIS 94-063862
With University of Colima, Colima MX, Plant Introduction Station USDA, Ames (Iowa) US and National Seed
Storage Laboratory USDA, Fort Collins (Colorado) US








1993 DANIAL D L Danial, L H M Broers* and J E Parlevliet. Does interplot interference affect the
screening of wheat for yellow rust resistance? Euphytica 70 217-224 AGRIS 94-012837
With Agricultural University, Wageningen NL and National Plant Breeding Research Center, Njoro KE

1993 DAS M K Das, S Rajaram*, W E Kronstad, C C Mundt and R P Singh*. Associations and
genetics of three components of slow rusting in leaf rust of wheat Euphytica 68 99-109 AGRIS
93-105384
With Oregon State University, Corvallis (Oregon) US

1993 DE LEON C De Le6n, G Granados, RN Wedderburn, and S Pandey. Simultaneous
improvement of downy mildew resistance and agronomic traits in tropical maize Crop Science 33
100-102 AGRIS 94-023165

1993 DUVEILLER-1 Etienne Duveiller, Maarten van Ginkel and Marja Thijssen. Genetic analysis of
resistance to bacterial leaf streak caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. undulosa in bread wheat
Euphytica 66 35-43 AGRIS 93-085480

1993 DUVEILLER-2 E Duveiller* and H Maraite. Study on yield loss due to Xanthomonas
campestris pv. undulosa in wheat under high rainfall temperate conditions Z. Pflanzen-
krankheiten undPflanzenschutz 100 453-459 AGRIS 94-036507
With Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve BE

1993 EDMEADES-1 G 0 Edmeades and H R Lafitte. Defoliation and plant density effects on maize
selected for reduced plant height Agronomy J. 85 850-857 AGRIS 95-002487

1993 EDMEADES-2 G 0 Edmeades, J Bolafios, M Hernmndez and S Bello. Causes for silk delay in a
lowland tropical maize population Crop Science 33 1029-1035 AGRIS 94-075750

1993 FUENTES Guillermo Fuentes Davila y Ricardo Rodriguez Ramos. Fuentes de resistencia a
Tilletia indica Mitra en genotipos derivados de Triticum aestivum x Triticosecale Revista
Fitotecnia Mexicana 16 172-178 AGRIS 95-023077

1993 FUENTES-DAVILA Guillermo Fuentes-Davila, Sanjaya Rajaram, Wolfgang Helmut Pfeiffer,
Osman Abdalla, Maarten van-Ginkel, Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi y Ricardo Rodriguez-Ramos. Resultados
de inoculaciones artificiales del 50 vivero de selecci6n para resistencia a Tilletia indica Mitra
Revista Mexicana de Micologia 9 57-65

1993 GRANADOS G Granados, S Pandey and H Ceballos. Response to selection for tolerance to acid
soils in a tropical maize population Crop Science 33 936-940 AGRIS 94-075743

1993 GUEI Robert G Guei and C E Wassom. Genetics of osmotic adjustment in breeding maize for
drought tolerance Heredity 71 436-441 AGRIS 96-068681
From Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1993 IMMONEN-1 A S T Immonen. Amino acid medium for somatic embryogenesis from immature
triticale (X Triticosecale Wittmark) embryos Cereal Research Communications 21 51-55

1993 IMMONEN-2 A Sirkka T Immonen, George Varughese, Wolfgang H Pfeiffer and Abdul
Mujeeb-Kazi. Crossability of tetraploid and hexaploid wheats with ryes for primary triticale
production Euphytica 65 203-210 AGRIS 93-064275

1993 IMMONEN-3 A Sirkka T Immonen. Comparison of callus culture with embryo culture at
different times of embryo rescue for primary triticale production Euphytica 70 185-190 AGRIS
94-012803








1993 LOPEZ-PEREIRA Miguel A L6pez-Pereira. Economics of quality protein maize as a feedstuff
Agribusiness 9 557-568 AGRIS 95-019850

1993 MORGUNOV A I Morgunov, R J Pefia, J Crossa and S Rajaram. Worldwide distribution of
Glu-1 alleles in bread wheat J. Genetics & Breeding 47 53-60

1993 MORRIS Michael L Morris and Derek Byerlee. Narrowing the wheat gap in sub-saharan
Africa: a review of consumption and production issues Economic Development and Cultural
Change 41 737-761 AGRIS 94-062285

1993 MUJEEB-KAZI A Mujeeb-Kazi*, N Ter-Kuile and M Nabors. Potential of tissue culture
applications in some Triticeae via callus induced variation, alien introgression and amphiploid
production Annals of Biology (Hisar IN) 9 1-15 AGRIS 93-095117
With Colorado State University, Fort Collins (Colorado) US

1993 PIXLEY K V Pixley and M S Bjarnason. Combining ability for yield and protein quality among
modified-endosperm opaque-2 tropical maize inbreds Crop Science 33 1229-1234 AGRIS 95-
033477

1993 POLLAK Linda M Pollak and John D Corbett*. Using GIS datasets to classify maize-growing
regions in Mexico and Central America Agronomy J. 85 1133-1139 AGRIS 95-033444
With Iowa State University, Ames (Iowa) US

1993 RAGOT M Ragot and D A Hoisington*. Molecular markers for plant breeding: comparisons of
RFLP and RAPD genotyping costs Theoretical and Applied Genetics 86 975-984 AGRIS 94-
064687
With North Carolina State University, Raleigh (North Carolina) US

1993 RAJARAM S Rajaram, G Varughese, O Abdalla, W H Pfeiffer and M van Ginkel.
Accomplishments and challenges in wheat and triticale breeding at CIMMYT Plant Breeding
Abstracts 63 131-139

1993 RANIERI-1 R Ranieri*, R M Lister and P A Burnett*. Relationships between barley yellow
dwarf virus titer and sympton expression in barley Crop Science 33 968-973 AGRIS 94-078409
With Purdue University, West Lafayette (Indiana) US

1993 RANIERI-2 R Ranieri*, M Mezzalama, P A Burnett* and R M Lister. Seasonal occurrence of
barley yellow dwarf virus serotypes in small-grain cereals in the valley of Mexico Plant Disease
77 623-626 AGRIS 94-046539
With Purdue University, West Lafayette (Indiana) US

1993 RANIERI-3 R Ranieri, B van Os and R M Lister. Vector relationships of four barley yellow
dwarf virus Mexican isolates and four species of cereal aphids found commonly in the valley of
Mexico Southwestern Entomologist 18 163-167 AGRIS 95-004530
With Purdue University, West Lafayette (Indiana) US

1993 RAYBURN A Lane Rayburn, M D H M William* and A Mujeeb-Kazi*. Visualization of
Thinopyrum bessarabicum chromosomes in a Triticum aestivum/Th. bessarabicum amphiploid by
genomic in situ hybridization J. Genetics & Breeding 47 245-247
With University of Illinois, Urbana (Illinois) US

1993 RENKOW Mitch Renkow. Differential technology adoption and income distribution in
Pakistan: implications for research resource allocation American J. Agricultural Economics 75
33-43 AGRIS 94-031954









1993 RIERA-LIZARAZU Oscar Riera-Lizarazu and Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi. Polyhaploid production in
the Triticeae: wheat x Tripsacum crosses Crop Science 33 973-976 AGRIS 94-076280

1993 ROBINSON-1 J Robinson. Productivity of barley infested with Russian wheat aphid [Diuraphis
noxia (Kurdjumov)] J. Agronomy and Crop Science 171 168-175 AGRIS 94-109058

1993 ROBINSON-2 J Robinson. Conditioning host plant affects antixenosis and antibiosis to Russian
wheat aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae) J Economic Entomology 86 602-606 AGRIS 94-075805

1993 ROBINSON-3 J Robinson, M Fischer and D Hoisington. Molecular characterization of
Diuraphis spp. using random amplified polymorphic DNA Southwestern Entomologist 18 121-
127 AGRIS 94-098679

1993 ROMAGOSA I Romagosa, P N Fox*, L F Garcia del Moral, J M Ramos, B Garcia del Moral, F
Roca de Togores and J L Molina-Cano. Integration of statistical and physiological analyses of
adaptation of near-isogenic barley lines Theoretical and Applied Genetics 86 822-826 AGRIS 94-
064585
With Center UdL-IRTA, Lleida; University of Granada, Granada; and La Cruz del Campo SA, Sevilla ES

1993 SAIN Gustavo E Sain and Mario A Jauregui. Deriving fertilizer recommendations with a
flexible functional form Agronomy J. 85 934-937 AGRIS 95-001995

1993 SELMANI A Selmani and C E Wassom. Daytime chlorophyll fluorescence measurement in
field-grown maize and its genetic variability under well-watered and water-stressed conditions
Field Crops Research 31 173-184 AGRIS 93-003756
From Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1993 SINGH-1 Ravi P Singh, Peter A Burnett, M Albarran, and Sanjaya Rajaram. Bdvl: a gene for
tolerance to barley yellow dwarf virus in bread wheats Crop Science 33 231-234 AGRIS 94-
119552

1993 SINGH-2 Ravi P Singh. Resistance to leaf rust in 26 Mexican wheat cultivars Crop Science 33
633-637 AGRIS 94-119536

1993 SINGH-3 R P Singh, E Bechere and O Abdalla. Genetic analysis of resistance to leaf rust in
nine durum wheats Plant Disease 77 460-463 AGRIS 94-036737

1993 SINGH-4 R P Singh. Genetic association of gene Bdvl for tolerance to barley yellow dwarf
virus with genes Lr34 and Yrl8 for adult plant resistance to rusts in bread wheat Plant Disease 77
1103-1106 AGRIS 94-109481

1993 SMALE Melinda Smale and Paul W Heisey. Simultaneous estimation of seed-fertilizer adoption
decisions: an application to hybrid maize in Malawi Technological Forecasting and Social
Change 43 353-368

1993 SRINIVASAN G Srinivasan and R Herrera. Microcomputer-based software system to facilitate
mechanical planting for agricultural experiments Agronomy J. 85 959-962 AGRIS 95-001159

1993 TANG C Y Tang and M S Bjarason. Two approaches for the development of maize germplasm
resistant to maize streak virus Maydica 38 301-307

1993 TRAXLER Greg Traxler and Derek Byerlee. A joint-product analysis of the adoption of modem
cereal varieties in developing countries American J. Agricultural Economics 75 981-989 AGRIS
95-031289








1993 TRETHOWAN R M Trethowan, W H Pfeiffer, R J Pefia and O S Abdalla. Preharvest sprouting
tolerance in three triticale biotypes Australian J. Agricultural Research 44 1789-1798 AGRIS
95-133855

1993 TRIPP Robert Tripp. Invisible hands, indigenous knowledge and inevitable fads: challenges to
public sector agricultural research in Ghana World Development 21 2003-2016 AGRIS 96-
066053

1993 VASAL-1 Surinder K Vasal, Ganesan Srinivasan, Shivaji Pandey, F Gonzalez C, Jose Crossa
and David L Beck. Heterosis and combining ability of CIMMYT's quality protein maize
germplasm: I. Lowland Tropical Crop Science 33 46-51 AGRIS 94-023161

1993 VASAL-2 Surinder K Vasal, Ganesan Srinivasan, F Gonzalez C, David L Beck, and Jose
Crossa. Heterosis and combining ability of CIMMYT's quality protein maize germplas: II.
Subtropical Crop Science 33 51-57 AGRIS 94-023162

1993 VILLAREAL-1 R L Villareal and E del Toro. An assessment of a wheat improvement research
training course for developing countries J. Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education 22
38-43 AGRIS 94-083291

1993 VILLAREAL-2 R L Villareal and E del Toro. Competence evaluation of participants in a wheat
improvement research training course J. Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education 22 44-
48 AGRIS 94-083306

1993 WEBBY G N Webby, R M Lister and P A Burett*. The occurrence of barley yellow dwarf
viruses in CIMMYT bread wheat nurseries and associated cereal crops during 1988-1990 Annals
ofApplied Biology 123 63-74 AGRIS 96-005567
With Purdue University, West Lafayette (Indiana) US

1993 WEDDERBURN RN Wedderburn and G M Listman. Accomplishments and challenges in
maize breeding at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center Plant Breeding
Abstracts 63 1027-1035 AGRIS 96-002580

1993 WILLIAM-1 M D H M William and Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi. Rapid detection of 1B, 1BL/1RS
heterozygotes in the development of homozygous 1BL/1RS translocation stocks of Triticum
turgidum (2n = 4x = 28) Genome 36 1088-1091 AGRIS 96-002966

1993 WILLIAM-2 M D H M William and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Thinopyrum bessarabicum: biochemical
and cytological markers for the detection of genetic introgression in its hybrid derivatives with
Triticum aestivum L. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 86 365-370 AGRIS 94-064984

1993 WILLIAM-3 M D H M William, R J Pefia, and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Seed protein and isozyme
variations in Triticum tauschii (Aegilops squarrosa) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 87 257-263
AGRIS 94-064506

1993 WINKELMANN Donald L Winkelmann and G Michael Listman. Corn in the developing world
and the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center Food Reviews International 9 315-
349 AGRIS 94-011384


1994 ARNASON J T Arnason, B Baum, J Gale, J D H Lambert, D Bergvinson, B J R Philogene, J A
Serratos, J Mihm* and D C Jewell*. Variation in resistance of Mexican landraces of maize to maize
weevil Sitophilus zeamais, in relation to taxonomic and biochemical parameters Euphytica 74 227-
236 AGRIS 94-098781
With Ottawa-Carleton Institute of Biology and Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (Ontario) CA and Instituto Nacional
de Investigaciones Forestales y Agropecuarias (INIFAP), Chapingo (Mexico) MX








1994 BELL M A Bell and R A Fischer. Using yield prediction models to assess yield gains: a case
study for wheat Field Crops Research 36 161-166 AGRIS 94-062780

1994 BERGVINSON D J Bergvinson, J T Arnason, R I Hamilton, J A Mihm* and D C Jewell*.
Determining leaf toughness and its role in maize resistance to the European corn borer
(Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) J Economic Entomology 87 1743-1748 AGRIS 96-055853
With University of Ottawa and Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (Ontario) CA

1994 BONHOMME R Bonhomme, M Derieux and G O Edmeades*. Flowering of diverse maize
cultivars in relation to temperature and photoperiod in multilocation field trials Crop Science 34
156-164 AGRIS 95-112232
With Station de Bioclimatologie INRA, Thiverval-Grignon and Station de Genetique et d'Amelioration des
Plantes INRA, Estrees-Mons FX

1994 BROERS L H M Broers and R M Lopez-Atilano. A method of inoculating adult wheat plants
with urediospores of Puccinia striiformis to measure components of resistance Plant Disease 78
353-357 AGRIS 95-036760

1994 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee* and Akmal Siddiq. Has the Green Revolution been sustained? The
quantitative impact of the seed-fertilizer revolution in Pakistan revisited World Development 22
1345-1361 AGRIS 95-127631
With University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (Illinois) US

1994 CALHOUN D S Calhoun, G Gebeyehu, A Miranda, S Rajaram and M van Ginkel. Choosing
evaluation environments to increase wheat grain yield under drought conditions Crop Science 34
673-678 AGRIS 95-076670

1994 CHEN F Q Chen, D Prehn, P M Hayes, D Mulrooney, A Corey and H Vivar*. Mapping genes
for resistance to barley stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. hordei) Theoretical and Applied
Genetics 88 215-219 AGRIS 97-089528
With Oregon State University, Corvallis (Oregon) US

1994 COCA Alvar6 Coca C. Niveles de actividad proteolitica en harinas de triticales con problems
germinaci6n en la espiga Revista ICA 29 97-106 AGRIS 2000-009825

1994 CROSSA J Crossa*, S Taba*, S A Eberhart, P Bretting and R Vencovsky. Practical
considerations for maintaining germplasm in maize Theoretical and Applied Genetics 89 89-95
AGRIS 95-111155
With National Seed Storage Laboratory USDA, Fort Collins (Colorado) US; North Central Regional Plant
Introduction Station, Ames (Iowa) US; and Instituto de Genetica, Piracicaba (Sao Paulo) BR

1994 DE LEON C de Leon and Uthaiwan Grudloyma. Heat therapy of maize seed and its effect on
viability Indian Phytopathology 47 89-91

1994 DeLACY I H DeLacy, P N Fox*, J D Corbett*, J Crossa*, S Rajaram*, R A Fischer* and M van
Ginkel*. Long-term association of locations for testing spring bread wheat Euphytica 72 95-106
AGRIS 94-096704
With University of Queensland, Brisbane (Queensland) AU

1994 DHILLON B S Dhillon, S K Vasal, G Srinivasan and J Crossa. Improving the sampling and
identification of foundation plants for inbred line development by integrating selfing with half-sib
family evaluation Cereal Research Communications 22 321-325

1994 DUBIN H J Dubin* and M S Wolfe. Comparative behavior of three wheat cultivars and their
mixture in India, Nepal and Pakistan Field Crops Research 39 71-83 AGRIS 95-076474
With Eidgendssiche Technische Hochschule ETH, Zurich CH








1994 DUQUE-VARGAS J Duque-Vargas, S Pandey, G Granados, H Ceballos and E Knapp.
Inheritance of tolerance to soil acidity in tropical maize Crop Science 34 50-54 AGRIS 95-111139

1994 DUVEILLER-1 E Duveiller. Bacterial leaf streak or black chaff of cereals Bulletin OEPP 24
135-157 AGRIS 95-066741

1994 DUVEILLER-2 E Duveiller. A study ofXanthomonas campestris pv. undulosa populations
associated with symptomless wheat leaves Parasitica 50 109-117 AGRIS 95-114886

1994 DUVEILLER-3 E Duveiller. A pictorial series of disease assessment keys for bacterial leaf
streak of cereals Plant Disease 78 137-141 AGRIS 95-014656

1994 EAGLES H A Eagles and J E Lothrop*. Highland maize from central Mexico its origin,
characteristics, and use in breeding programs Crop Science 34 11-19 AGRIS 95-111143
With Victorian Institute for Dryland Agriculture, Horsham (Victoria) AU

1994 FUENTES-DAVILA-1 G Fuentes-Davila and S Rajaram. Sources of resistance to Tilletia
indica in wheat Crop Protection 13 20-24 AGRIS 95-066784

1994 FUENTES-DAVILA-2 Guillermo Fuentes-Davila, Sanjaya Rajaram, Maarten van-Ginkel,
Ricardo Rodriguez-Ramos, Osman Abdalla, Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi y Wolfgang Helmut Pfeiffer.
Resultados de inoculaciones artificiales del 60 vivero de selecci6n para resistencia a Tilletia indica
Mitra Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 12 21-25

1994 FUJISAKA Sam Fujisaka, Larry Harrington* and Peter Hobbs*. Rice-wheat in south Asia:
systems and long-term priorities established through diagnostic research Agricultural Systems 46
169-187 AGRIS 95-063620
With International Rice Research Institute IRRI, Manila PH

1994 FURINI A Furini and D C Jewell. Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration from
immature and mature embryos of tropical and subtropical Zea mays L. genotypes Maydica 39 155-
164 AGRIS 95-033459

1994 HE He Zhong-hu and S Rajaram. Differential responses of bread wheat characters to high
temperature Euphytica 72 197-203 AGRIS 94-065053

1994 INAGAKI Masanori Inagaki and Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi. Storage of maize pollen for use in
haploid production of hexaploid wheat Breeding Science 44 387-390 AGRIS 96-134151

1994 KAUR-1 Satvinder Kaur, G Fuentes and R A Fischer. Selective isolation of Neovossia indica
from soil Indian Phytopathology 47 94-95 AGRIS 95-036677

1994 KAUR-2 Satvinder Kaur. Effect of sonication on teliospores of Tilletia indica Indian
Phytopathology 47 138-142 AGRIS 95-066793

1994 LAFITTE H R Lafitte and G 0 Edmeades. Improvement for tolerance to low soil nitrogen in
tropical maize: I. Selection criteria; II. Grain yield, biomass production, and N accumulation; III.
Variation in yield across environments Field Crops Research 39 1-14; 15-25; 27-38 AGRIS 95-
076564;95-076565;95-076566

1994 LEBLANC Olivier Leblanc and Yves Savidan. Timing ofmegasporogenesis in Tripsacum
species (Poaceae) as related to the control of apomixis and sexuality Polish Botanical Studies 8
75-81








1994 MORGUNOV Alexei Morgunov, Jorge Montoya and Sanjaya Rajaram. Genetic analysis of
resistance to Kamal bunt (Tilletia indica (Mitra)) in bread wheat Euphytica 74 41-46 AGRIS 94-
096671

1994 PENA R J Pefia, J Zarco-Hernndez, A Amaya-Celis and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Relationships
between chromosome 1B-encoded glutenin subunit compositions and bread-making quality
characteristics of some durum wheat (Triticum turgidum) cultivars J Cereal Science 19 243-249
AGRIS 95-131679

1994 PIXLEY Kevin V Pixley and Magni S Bjamason. Pollen-parent effects on protein quality and
endosperm modification of quality protein maize Crop Science 34 404-409 AGRIS 95-064004

1994 RENKOW Mitch Renkow. Technology, production environment, and household income:
assessing the regional impacts of technological change Agricultural Economics 10 219-231
AGRIS 94-094183

1994 REYNOLDS-1 M P Reynolds, M Balota, M I B Delgado, I Amani and R A Fischer.
Physiological and morphological traits associated with spring wheat yield under hot, irrigated
conditions Australian J. Plant Physiology 21 717-730 AGRIS 95-133087

1994 REYNOLDS-2 M P Reynolds, E Acevedo, K D Sayre and R A Fischer. Yield potential in
modem wheat varieties: its association with a less competitive ideotype Field Crops Research 37
149-160 AGRIS 95-076472

1994 REYNOLDS-3 M P Reynolds, K D Sayre and H E Vivar. Intercropping wheat and barley with
N-fixing legume species: a method for improving ground cover, N-use efficiency and productivity
in low input systems J. Agricultural Science (Cambridge GB) 123 175-183 AGRIS 95-131086

1994 SINGH Ravi P Singh and Sanjaya Rajaram. Genetics of adult plant resistance to stripe rust in
ten spring bread wheats Euphytica 72 1-7 AGRIS 94-096703

1994 SMALE-1 Melinda Smale and Paul W Heisey. Comment: gendered impacts of fertilizer subsidy
removal programs in Malawi and Cameroon Agricultural Economics 10 95-99 AGRIS 94-062105

1994 SMALE-2 Melinda Smale*, Richard E Just and Howard D Leathers. Land allocation in HYV
adoption models: an investigation of alternative explanations American J. Agricultural
Economics 76 535-546 AGRIS 95-127870
With University of Maryland, College Park (Maryland) US

1994 SMALE-3 Melinda Smale and Paul W Heisey. Maize research in Malawi revisited: an emerging
success story? J. InternationalDevelopment 6 689-706 AGRIS 95-131457

1994 SOUZA E Souza, P N Fox*, D Byerlee* and B Skovmand*. Spring wheat diversity in irrigated
areas of two developing countries Crop Science 34 774-783 AGRIS 95-076671
With University of Idaho, Aberdeen (Idaho) US

1994 THOME Catherine R Thome, Margaret E Smith and John A Mihm*. Yield reduction in a maize
diallel under infestation with southwestern corn borer Crop Science 34 1431-1435 AGRIS 96-
017458
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1994 TRETHOWAN R M Trethowan, R J Pena and W H Pfeiffer. Evaluation of pre-harvest
sprouting in triticale compared with wheat and rye using a line source rain gradient Australian J.
Agricultural Research 45 65-74 AGRIS 95-037061








1994 TURNER L B Turner, C J Pollock and G O Edmeades*. Thermal kinetics of glutathione
reductase and their relation to thermotolerance in diverse cultivars of maize Annals of Botany 74
245-250 AGRIS 95-151530
With Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, Aberystwyth (Wales) GB

1994 VASAL S K Vasal, B S Dhillon, G Srinivasan, S D McLean, S H Zhang and F Gonzalez C.
Breeding intersynthetic hybrids to exploit heterosis in maize Maydica 39 183-186 AGRIS 95-
033462

1994 VILLAREAL-1 R L Villareal, A Mujeeb-Kazi, S Rajaram and E Del Toro. Associated effects
of chromosome 1B/1R translocation on agronomic traits in hexaploid wheat Breeding Science 44
7-11 AGRIS 96-134146

1994 VILLAREAL-2 R L Villareal, A Mujeeb-Kazi, E Del Toro, J Crossa and S Rajaram.
Agronomic variability in selected Triticum turgidum x T. tauschii synthetic hexaploid wheats J
Agronomy and Crop Science 173 307-317 AGRIS 96-015883

1994 VILLAREAL-3 R L Villareal, A Mujeeb-Kazi, S Rajaram and E Del Toro. Morphological
variability in some synthetic hexaploid wheats derived from Triticum turgidum x T tauschii J.
Genetics & Breeding 48 7-16 AGRIS 95-012603

1994 VILLAREAL-4 R L Villareal, A Mujeeb-Kazi, G Fuentes-Davila, S Rajaram and E Del Toro.
Resistance to Karnal bunt (Tilletia indica Mitra) in synthetic hexaploid wheats derived from
Triticum turgidum x T tauschii Plant Breeding 112 63-69 AGRIS 95-077249

1994 WALL P C Wall*, S M Neate, R D Graham, D J Reuter and A D Rovira. The effect of
rhizoctonia root disease and applied nitrogen on growth, nitrogen uptake and nutrient
concentrations in spring wheat Plant and Soil 163 111-120 AGRIS 95-025300
With Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization CSIRO and Waite Agricultural Research
Institute, Glen Osmond (South Australia) AU

1994 WILLIAM M D H M William*, L Gray, A L Rayburn and A Mujeeb-Kazi*. Development of
DNA markers based on randomly amplified polymorphic sequences in a Triticum aestivum L. x
Thinopyrum bessarabicum amphiploid J. Genetics & Breeding 48 1-6 AGRIS 95-012767
With University of Illinois, Urbana (Illinois) US

1994 YAU S K Yau and G Ortiz-Ferrara*. Regression and cluster analysis of elite wheat lines grown
in rain-fed environments J Genetics & Breeding 48 183-190 AGRIS 95-012772
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY


1995 AUTRIQUE Enrique Autrique, Ravi P Singh*, Steven D Tanksley and Mark E Sorrells.
Molecular markers for four leaf rust resistance genes introgressed into wheat from wild relatives
Genome 38 75-83 AGRIS 96-015608
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1995 BANZIGER M Banziger, H R Lafitte and G O Edmeades. Intergenotypic competition during
evaluation of maize progenies under limited and adequate N supply Field Crops Research 44 25-
31 AGRIS 96-052928

1995 BARRETO H J Barreto and M A Bell. Assessing risk associated with N fertilizer
recommendations in the absence of soil tests Fertilizer Research 40 175-183 AGRIS 95-130153

1995 BELL-1 M A Bell, H R Lafitte, G 0 Edmeades and S C Chapman. Reversing yield declines of a
sub-tropical vertisol Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 26 1105-1119 AGRIS
96-037317








1995 BELL-2 M A Bell, R A Fischer, D Byerlee and K Sayre. Genetic and agronomic contributions
to yield gains: a case study for wheat Field Crops Research 44 55-65 AGRIS 97-018333

1995 BELL-3 M A Bell and H van Keulen. Soil pedotransfer functions for four Mexican soils Soil
Science Soc. America J. 59 865-871 AGRIS 96-047436

1995 BOHOROVA-1 N E Bohorova, M van Ginkel, S Rajaram and D A Hoisington. Tissue culture
response of CIMMYT elite bread wheat cultivars and evaluation of regenerated plants Cereals
Research Communications 23 243-249

1995 BOHOROVA-2 N E Bohorova, B Luna, R M Brito, L D Huerta and D A Hoisington.
Regeneration potential of tropical, subtropical, midaltitude and highland maize inbreds Maydica
40 275-281 AGRIS 96-151773

1995 BOLANOS Jorge Bolafios. Physiological bases for yield differences in selected maize cultivars
from Central America. Field Crops Research 42 69-80 AGRIS 96-015444

1995 BRAGARD C Bragard, V Verdier and H Maraite. Genetic diversity among Xanthomonas
campestris strains pathogenic for small grains Applied and Environmental Microbiology 61 1020-
1026 AGRIS 95-155370
From Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve BE and ORSTOM, Montpellier FX

1995 BROERS L H M Broers and R M Lopez-Atilano. Effect of interplot interference on the
assessment of partial resistance to stem rust in durum wheat Phytopathology 85 233-237 AGRIS
96-056549
With Agricultural University, Wageningen NL

1995 BUCKLES Daniel Buckles. Velvetbean: a "new" plant with a history Economic Botany 49 13-
25 AGRIS 96-002324

1995 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee and Greg Traxler. National and international wheat improvement
research in the post-Green Revolution period: evolution and impacts American J. Agricultural
Economics 77 268-278 AGRIS 96-035210

1995 BYRNE P F Byrne, J Bolafios, G 0 Edmeades and D L Eaton. Gains from selection under
drought versus multilocation testing in related tropical maize populations Crop Science 35 63-69
AGRIS 96-038859

1995 CROSSA-1 Jose Crossa*, Paul L Cornelius, Ken Sayre* and J Ivan Ortiz-Monasterio R*. A
shifted multiplicative model fusion method for grouping environments without cultivar rank change
Crop Science 35 54-62 AGRIS 96-038674
With University of Kentucky, Lexington (Kentucky) US

1995 CROSSA-2 Jose Crossa*, Kaye Basford, Suketoshi Taba*, Ian DeLacy and Edison Silva. Three-
mode analyses of maize using morphological and agronomic attributes measured in multilocational
trials Crop Science 35 1483-1491 AGRIS 96-052899
With University of Queensland, Brisbane (Queensland) AU and Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo (Mexico)
MX

1995 DUVEILLER E Duveiller* and H Maraite. Effect of temperature and air humidity on
multiplication ofXanthomonas campestris pv. undulosa and symptom expression in susceptible and
field-tolerant wheat genotypes J. Phytopathology 143 227-232
With Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve BE









1995 EBERHART S A Eberhart, W Salhuana, R Sevilla and S Taba*. Principles for tropical maize
breeding Maydica 40 339-355 AGRIS 96-153192
With National Seed Storage Laboratory (USDA), Fort Collins (Colorado) US; Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc.,
Miami (Florida) US; and Latin American Maize Program (LAMP), Lima PE

1995 FUENTES-DAVILA G Fuentes-Davila, S Rajaram and G Singh. Inheritance of resistance to
Kamal bunt (Tilletia indica Mitra) in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Plant Breeding 114 250-
252 AGRIS 97-018328

1995 FURINI A Furini and C Jewell. Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration of
maize/Tripsacum hybrids Maydica 40 205-210 AGRIS 95-151546

1995 GLADWIN Christina H Gladwin and Carrie M Thompson. Impacts of Mexico's trade openness
on Mexican rural women American J. Agricultural Economics 77 712-718 AGRIS 97-030146
From University of Florida, Gainesville (Florida) US

1995 GURNEY Anita L Gurney, Malcolm C Press and Joel K Ransom*. The parasitic angiosperm
Striga hermonthica can reduce photosynthesis of its sorghum and maize hosts in the field J.
Experimental Botany 46 1817-1823 AGRIS 96-138623
With University of Sheffield, Sheffield GB

1995 HARRINGTON Larry Harrington. Sustainability in perspective: strengths and limitations of
Farming Systems Research in contributing to a sustainable agriculture J. Sustainable Agriculture
5 41-59 AGRIS 96-052422

1995 HOCK J Hock, J Kranz and B L Renfro*. Studies on the epidemiology of the tar spot disease
complex of maize in Mexico Plant Pathology 44 490-502 AGRIS 96-109941
With Universitat Giessen, Giessen DE

1995 INAGAKI-1 Masanori Inagaki and Natasha Bohorova. Factors affecting the frequencies of
embryo formation and haploid plant regeneration in crosses of hexaploid wheat with pearl millet
Breeding Science 45 21-24 AGRIS 97-144360

1995 INAGAKI-2 Masanori Inagaki and Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi. Comparison of polyhaploid production
frequencies in crosses of hexaploid wheat with maize, pearl millet and sorghum Breeding Science
45 157-161 AGRIS 97-144362

1995 ISLAM-FARIDI M N Islam-Faridi and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Visualization of Secale cereale DNA
in wheat germ plasm by fluorescent in situ hybridization Theoretical and Applied Genetics 90
595-600 AGRIS 97-090984

1995 KUMAR H Kumar and J A Mihm. Antibiosis and tolerance to fall armyworm, Spodoptera
frugiperda (J.E. Smith), southwestern corn borer, Diatraea grandiosella Dyar and sugarcane borer,
Diatraea saccharalis Fabricius in selected maize hybrids and varieties Maydica 40 245-251
AGRIS 96-156698

1995 LAFITTE-1 H R Lafitte and G 0 Edmeades. Stress tolerance in tropical maize is linked to
constitutive changes in ear growth characteristics Crop Science 35 820-826 AGRIS 97-092224

1995 LAFITTE-2 H R Lafitte and G 0 Edmeades. Association between traits in tropical maize inbred
lines and their hybrids under high and low soil nitrogen Maydica 40 259-267 AGRIS 96-153186

1995 LEBLANC-1 Olivier Leblanc*, Michael D Peel, John G Carman and Yves Savidan*.
Megasporogenesis and megagametogenesis in several Tripsacum species (Poaceae) American J.
Botany 82 57-63 AGRIS 96-040368
With Utah State University, Logan (Utah) US








1995 LEBLANC-2 0 Leblanc, M Duefias*, M Hemrndez*, S Bello*, V Garcia*, J Berthaud* and Y
Savidan*. Chromosome doubling in Tripsacum: the production of artificial, sexual tetraploid plants
Plant Breeding 114 226-230 AGRIS 97-018282
With ORSTOM, Montpellier FX

1995 LEBLANC-3 0 Leblanc, D Grimanelli, D Gonzalez-de-Le6n and Y Savidan. Detection of the
apomictic mode of reproduction in maize-Tripsacum hybrids using maize RFLP markers
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 90 1198-1203

1995 MA-1 H Ma, R P Singh and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Resistance to stripe rust in Triticum turgidum, T
tauschii and their synthetic hexaploids Euphytica 82 117-124 AGRIS 95-132342

1995 MA-2 H. Ma, R P Singh and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Suppression/expression of resistance to stripe rust
in synthetic hexaploid wheat (Triticum turgidum x T. tauschii) Euphytica 83 87-93 AGRIS 95-
132343

1995 MOSAAD-1 Moussa G Mosaad, Guillermo Ortiz-Ferrara, Viswanathan Mahalakshmi and Ralph
A Fischer*. Phyllochron response to vernalization and photoperiod in spring wheat Crop Science
35 168-171 AGRIS 96-040685
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY

1995 MOSAAD-2 M G Mosaad, G Ortiz Ferrara, V Mahalakshmi and S Rajaram*. Vernalization and
photoperiod response of adapted wheats from Mediterranean region J. Genetics & Breeding 49
229-236 AGRIS 96-155881
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY

1995 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 A Mujeeb-Kazi and R Asiedu. The potential of wide hybridization in wheat
improvement Annals of Biology (Hisar IN) 11 1-15

1995 MUJEEB-KAZI-2 A Mujeeb-Kazi, A Cortes and O Riera-Lizerazu. The cytogenetics of a
Triticum turgidum x P,, th i.' II', i h Applied Genetics 90 430-437 AGRIS 97-091158

1995 NELSON-1 James C Nelson, Allen E van Deynze, Enrique Autrique*, Mark E Sorrells, Yun
Hai Lu, Marielle Merlino, Mark Atkinson and Philippe Leroy. Molecular mapping of wheat.
Homoeologous group 2 Genome 38 516-524 AGRIS 96-015612
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US and Institut national de recherches agronomiques INRA,
Clermont-Ferrand FX

1995 NELSON-2 James C Nelson, Allen E van Deynze, Enrique Autrique*, Mark E Sorrells, Yun
Hai Lu, Sylvie Negre, Michel Bernard and Philippe Leroy. Molecular mapping of wheat.
Homoeologous group 3 Genome 38 525-533 AGRIS 96-015613
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US and Institut national de recherches agronomiques INRA,
Clermont-Ferrand FX

1995 OLMEDO-ARCEGA 0 B Olmedo-Arcega, E M Elias and R G Cantrell. Recurrent selection for
grain yield in durum wheat Crop Science 35 714-719 AGRIS 97-089975
From North Dakota State University, Fargo (North Dakota) US

1995 ORTIZ-FERRARA G Ortiz-Ferrara, M G Mosaad, V Mahalakshmi and R A Fischer*.
Photoperiod and vernalization response of wheat under controlled environment and field conditions
Plant Breeding 114 505-509
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY

1995 PENA R J Pefia, J Zarco-Hernandez and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Glutenin subunit compositions and
bread-making quality characteristics of synthetic hexaploid wheats derived from Triticum turgidum
x Triticum tauschii (coss.) Schmal crosses J. Cereal Science 21 15-23 AGRIS 96-053045








1995 RAGOT M Ragot, P H Sisco, D A Hoisington* and C W Stuber. Molecular-marker-mediated
characterization of favorable exotic alleles at quantitative trait loci in maize Crop Science 35 1306-
1315 AGRIS 96-052902
With North Carolina State University, Raleigh (North Carolina) US

1995 RAUN William R Raun and Hector J Barreto. Regional maize grain yield response to applied
phosphorus in Central America Agronomy J. 87 208-213 AGRIS 97-102745

1995 SAYRE K D Sayre, E Acevedo and R B Austin. Carbon isotope discrimination and grain yield
for three bread wheat germplasm groups grown at different levels of water stress Field Crops
Research 41 45-54 AGRIS 95-131721

1995 SINGH-G-1 Gurdev Singh, S Rajaram, J Montoya and G Fuentes-Davila. Genetic analysis of
resistance to Kamal bunt (Tilletia indica, Mitra) in bread wheat Euphytica 81 117-120 AGRIS 95-
076728

1995 SINGH-G-2 G Singh, S Rajaram, J Montoya and G Fuentes-Davila. Genetic analysis of Kamal
bunt resistance in 14 Mexican bread-wheat genotypes Plant Breeding 114 439-441

1995 SINGH-RP Ravi P Singh, Hong Ma and Sanjaya Rajaram. Genetic analysis of resistance to scab
in spring wheat cultivar Frontana Plant Disease 79 238-240 AGRIS 96-002705

1995 SMALE-1 Melinda Smale*, Paul W Heisey* and Howard D Leathers. Maize of the ancestors
and modem varieties: the microeconomics of high-yielding variety adoption in Malawi Economic
Development and Cultural Change 43 351-368 AGRIS 96-000759
With University of Maryland, College Park (Maryland) US

1995 SMALE-2 Melinda Smale. "Maize is Life": Malawi's delayed green revolution World
Development 23 819-831 AGRIS 96-084807

1995 TRAXLER Greg Traxler, Jose Falck-Zepeda, J I Ortiz-Monasterio R* and Ken Sayre*.
Production risk and the evolution of varietal technology American J. Agricultural Economics 77
1-7 AGRIS 96-013549
With Auburn University, Auburn (Alabama) US

1995 VASAL-1 S K Vasal, B S Dhillon, G Srinivasan, S D McLean, J Crossa and S H Zhang. Effect
of S3 recurrent selection in four tropical maize populations on their selfed and randomly mated
generations Crop Science 35 697-702 AGRIS 97-089050

1995 VASAL-2 S K Vasal, B S Dhillon, G Srinivasan, S D McLean, J Crossa and S H Zhang.
Improvement in selfed and random-mated generations of four subtropical maize populations
through S3 recurrent selection Euphytica 83 1-8 AGRIS 95-131493

1995 VASAL-3 S K Vasal, B S Dhillon, G Srinivasan, S H Zhang and S D McLean. Recurrent
selection for inbreeding-stress tolerance in four intermediate-maturity maize populations Maydica
40 159-164 AGRIS 95-151540

1995 VASAL-4 Surinder Kumar Vasal, Ganesan Srinivasan, Narciso Vergara Avila y Fernando
Gonzalez Ceniceros. Heterosis y aptitud combinatoria en germoplasma de maiz de valles altos
Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 18 123-139

1995 VILLAREAL-1 R L Villareal, G Fuentes-Davila and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Synthetic hexaploids x
Triticum aestivum advanced derivatives resistant to Kamal bunt (Tilletia indica Mitra) Cereal
Research Communications 23 127-132









1995 VILLAREAL-2 R L Villareal, E del Toro, A Mujeeb-Kazi and S Rajaram. The 1BL/1RS
chromosome translocation effect on yield characteristics in a Triticum aestivum L. cross Plant
Breeding 114 497-500

1995 VILLAREAL-3 R L Villareal, G Fuentes-Davila, A Mujeeb-Kazi and S Rajaram. Inheritance of
resistance to Tilletia indica (Mitra) in synthetic hexaploid wheat x Triticum aestivum crosses Plant
Breeding 114 547-548

1995 VILLAREAL-4 Reynaldo L Villareal, Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi, Lucy I Gilchrist and Efren Del
Toro. Yield loss to spot blotch in spring bread wheat in warm nontraditional wheat production areas
Plant Disease 79 893-897 AGRIS 96-056532

1995 WANG Shi-Ying Wang, Richard W Ward, Joe T Ritchie, Ralph Anthony Fischer* and Urs
Schulthess. Vernalization in wheat: I. A model based on the interchangeability of plant age and
vernalization duration; II. Genetic variability for the interchangeability of plant age and
vemalization duration Field Crops Research 41 91-100; 44 67-72 AGRIS 95-133911 and 97-
018334
With Michigan State University, East Lansing (Michigan) US

1995 WILLIAM M D H M William and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Biochemical and molecular diagnostics of
Thinopyrum bessarabicum chromosomes in Triticum aestivum germ plasm Theoretical and
Applied Genetics 90 952-956

1995 WOOLSTON John E Woolston. Citations to journal articles as "delayed indicators" of the
impact of international agricultural research IAALD Quarterly Bull 40 5-9 AGRIS 95-085184


1996 ABDALLA Osman S Abdalla*, Jose Crossa*, Enrique Autrique* and Ian H DeLacy.
Relationships among international testing sites of spring durum wheat Crop Science 36 33-40
AGRIS 96-134468
With University of Queensland, Brisbane (Queensland) AU

1996 AMANI I Amani, R A Fischer and M P Reynolds. Canopy temperature depression association
with yield of irrigated spring wheat cultivars in a hot climate J. Agronomy and Crop Science 176
119-129 AGRIS 97-059735

1996 AUTRIQUE Enrique Autrique, Miloudi M Nachit, Philippe Monneveux, Steven D Tanksley
and Mark E Sorrells. Genetic diversity in durum wheat based on RFLPs, morphophysiological traits
and coefficient of parentage Crop Science 36 735-742 AGRIS 97-032211
From Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US; International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas
ICARDA, Aleppo SY; and Ecole Nationale Superieure Agronomique, Montpellier FX

1996 BELL M A Bell and H van Keulen. Effect of soil distrubance on pedotransfer function
development for field capacity Soil Technology 8 321-329

1996 BOHN M Bohn, M M Khairallah*, D Gonzalez-de-Le6n*, D A Hoisington*, H F Utz, J A
Deutsch, D C Jewell*, J A Mihm and A E Melchinger. QTL mapping in tropical maize: I. Genomic
regions affecting leaf feeding resistance to sugancane borer and other traits Crop Science 36 1352-
1361 AGRIS 97-091411 For Parts II and III, see 1997 BOHN and 1998 GROH
With Universitat of Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE

1996 BOLANOS J Bolafios and G 0 Edmeades. The importance of the anthesis-silking interval in
breeding for drought tolerance in tropical maize Field Crops Research 48 65-80 AGRIS 97-
116968








1996 BONDE M R Bonde, G L Peterson, G Fuentes-Davila*, S S Aujla, G S Nanda and J G Phillips.
Comparison of the virulence of isolates of Tilletia indica, causal agent of Kamal bunt of wheat,
from India, Pakistan, and Mexico Plant Disease 80 1071-1074 AGRIS 97-034645
With US Department of Agriculture, Frederick (Maryland) and Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) US and Punjab
Agricultural University, Ludhiana (Punjab) IN

1996 BROERS L H M Broers and R M L6pez-Atilano. Effect of quantitative resistance in wheat on
the development of Puccinia striiformis during early stages of infection Plant Disease 80 1265-
1268 AGRIS 2000-029091

1996 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee and Paul W Heisey. Past and potential impacts of maize research in
sub-Saharan Africa: a critical assessment Food Policy 21 255-277 AGRIS 97-014720

1996 CORDOVA H S C6rdoba, H J Barreto and J Crossa. Maize hybrid development in Central
America: reliability of yield gains against a regional check Maydica 41 349-353 AGRIS 1998-
048988

1996 DUBIN H J Dubin and S Rajaram. Breeding disease-resistant wheats for tropical highlands and
lowlands Annual Review ofPhytopathology 34 503-526 AGRIS 97-063121

1996 ERENSTEIN Olaf Erenstein. El potential de la labranza de conservaci6n en los sistemas de
producci6n de maiz en Mexico Politicas Agricolas 2 (2) 37-59

1996 FENNELL S Fennell, N Bohorova, M van Ginkel, J Crossa and D Hoisington. Plant
regeneration from immature embryos of 48 elite CIMMYT bread wheats Theoretical andApplied
Genetics 92 163-169 AGRIS 97-091109

1996 FUENTES-DAVILA G Fuentes-Davila, S Rajaram, M Van-Ginkel, R Rodriguez-Ramos, O
Abdalla and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Artificial screening for resistance to Tilletia indica Cereal Research
Communications 24 469-475 AGRIS 1998-001863

1996 GRONDONA M 0 Grondona, J Crossa, P N Fox and W H Pfeiffer. Analysis of variety yield
trials using two-dimensional separable ARIMA processes Biometrics 52 763-770

1996 GUEI R G Guei and C E Wassom. Genetic analysis of tassel size and leaf senescence and their
relationships with yield in two tropical lowland maize populations African Crop Science J. 4 275-
281
From Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) US

1996 IMMONEN A S T Immonen. Influence of media and growth regulators on somatic
embryogenesis and plant regeneration for production of primary triticales Plant Cell, Tissue and
Organ Culture 44 45-52 AGRIS 97-016871

1996 KEMA-1 Gert H J Kema, Juan G Annone, Rachid Sayoud, Cor H van Silfhout, Maarten van
Ginkel* and Joop de Bree. Genetic variation for virulence and resistance in the wheat-
Mycosphaerella graminicola pathosystem: I. Inter-actions between pathogen isolates and host
cultivars Phytopathology 86 200-212 AGRIS 97-106086
With Research Institute for Plant Protection and Agricultural Mathematics Group, Wageningen NL; Instituto
Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria, Pergamino (Buenos Aires) AR; and Institut Technique des Grandes
Cultures, Guelma DZ

1996 KEMA-2 Gert H J Kema, Rachid Sayoud, Juan G Annone and Cor H van Silfhout. Genetic
variation for virulence and resistance in the wheat-Mycosphaerella graminicola patho-system: II.
Analysis of interactions between pathogen isolates and host cultivars Phytopathology 86 213-220
AGRIS 97-106087
From Research Institute for Plant Protection, Wageningen NL; Institut Technique des Grandes Cultures,
Guelma DZ; and Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria, Pergamino (Buenos Aires) AR








1996 KUMAR-1 Harish Kumar and John A Mihm. Resistance in maize hybrids and inbreds to first-
generation southwestern corn borer, Diatraea grandiosella (Dyar) and sugarcane borer, Diatraea
saccharalis Fabricius Crop Protection 15 311-317 AGRIS 97-004896

1996 KUMAR-2 H Kumar and J A Mihm. Damage by fall armyworm, Spodopterafrugiperda (J. E.
Smith), southwestern corn borer Diatraea grandiosella Dyar and sugarcane borer Diatraea
saccharalis Fabricius on maize in relation to seed treatment with selected insecticides in the fields
Maydica 41 235-239 AGRIS 1998-050309

1996 LEBLANC O Leblanc, D Grimanelli, N Islam-Faridi, J Berthaud and Y Savidan. Reproductive
behavior in maize-Tripsacum polyhaploid plants: implication for the transfer of apomixis into
maize J. Heredity 87 108-111 AGRIS 97-002979

1996 MA-1 Hong Ma and Ravi P Singh. Contribution of adult plant resistance gene Yrl8 in protecting
wheat from yellow rust Plant Disease 80 66-69 AGRIS 96-097105

1996 MA-2 Hong Ma and Ravi P Singh. Expression of adult resistance to stripe rust at different
growth stages of wheat Plant Disease 80 375-379 AGRIS 97-005855

1996 MAREDIA Mywish K Maredia, Richard Ward and Derek Byerlee. Econometric estimation of a
global spillover matrix for wheat varietal technology Agricultural Economics 14 159-173 AGRIS
97-015330
From Michigan State University, East Lansing (Michigan) US and World Bank, Washington (DC) US

1996 MILUS E A Milus, E Duveiller*, T L Kirkpatrick and D B Chalkley. Relationship between
disease reactions under controlled conditions and severity of wheat bacterial streak in the field
Plant Disease 80 726-730 AGRIS 97-035003
With University of Arkansas, Fayetteville and North Hope (Arkansas) US

1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 A Mujeeb-Kazi. Apomixis in trigeneric hybrids of Triticum
aestivum/Leymus racemosus//Thinopyrum elongatum Cytologia 61 15-18

1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-2 A Mujeeb-Kazi*, L A Sitch* and G Fedak. The range of chromosomal
variations in intergeneric hybrids involving some Triticeae Cytologia 61 125-140
With Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (Ontario) CA

1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-3 A Mujeeb-Kazi. Cytogenetics of hybrids of Thinopyrum elongatum
(2n=2x=14, or 2n=4x=28) with Hordeum vulgare, Secale cereale and Triticum turgidum Cytologia
61 141-146

1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-4 A Mujeeb-Kazi, M D H M William and M N Islam-Faridi. Homozygous 1B
and 1BL/1RS chromosome substitutions in Triticum aestivum and T. turgidum cultivars Cytologia
61 147-154

1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-5 Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi, M N Islam-Faridi and Alejandro Cort6s. Genome
identification in some wheat and alien Triticeae species intergeneric hybrids by fluorescent in situ
hybridization Cytologia 61 307-315

1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-6 A Mujeeb-Kazi, V Rosas and S Roldan. Conservation of the genetic
variation of Triticum tauschii (Coss.) Schmalh. (Aegilops squarrosa auct. non L.) in synthetic
hexaploid wheats (T turgidum L. s.lat. x T. tauschii; 2n = 6x = 42, AABBDD) and its potential
utilization for wheat improvement Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 43 129-134









1996 PENROSE-1 L D J Penrose, M Mosaad, T S Payne*, G Ortiz-Ferrara and H J Braun*.
Comparison of controls on development in breeding lines from Australian and CIMMYT/ICARDA
winter and facultative wheat breeding programs Australian J. Agricultural Research 47 1-15
With Agricultural Research Institute, Wagga Wagga (New South Wales) AU and International Center for
Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY

1996 PENROSE-2 L D J Penrose and T S Payne. Control of early development in winter and
facultative wheats in contrasting field environments Australian J. Agricultural Research 47 739-
755
From Agricultural Research Institute, Wagga Wagga (New South Wales) AU and International Center for
Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY

1996 PENROSE-3 L D J Penrose, T S Payne, M G Mosaad, G Ortiz-Ferrara and A Shehadeh. Factors
influencing the development of bread wheat plant types to be grown in the 'transitional zone' of
northern Syria Euphytica 91 153-162 AGRIS 97-116855
From Agricultural Research Institute, Wagga Wagga (New South Wales) AU; International Center for
Agricultural in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo and Agricultural Research Directorate, Douma, Damascus SY

1996 REJESUS R M Rejesus, M Smale and M van Ginkel. Wheat breeders' perspectives on genetic
diversity and germplasm use: findings from an international survey Plant Varieties and Seeds 9
129-147 AGRIS 97-061137

1996 RIBAUT J-M Ribaut, D A Hoisington, J A Deutsch, C Jiang and D Gonzalez-de-Leon.
Identification of quantitative trait loci under drought conditions in tropical maize: 1. Flowering
parameters and the anthesis-silking interval Theoretical and Applied Genetics 92 905-914 AGRIS
97-091378 For Part 2, see 1997 RIBAUT-2

1996 RINCON F Rincon, B Johnson, J Crossa* and S Taba*. Cluster analysis, an approach to
sampling variability in maize accessions Maydica 41 307-316 AGRIS 1998-048986
With University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US

1996 TRETHOWAN R M Trethowan, S Rajaram* and F W Ellison. Pre-harvest sprouting tolerance
of wheat in the field and under rain simulation Australian J. Agricultural Research 47 705-716
With University of Sydney, Narrabri (New South Wales) AU

1996 VAN GINKEL Maarten van Ginkel, Wybe van der Schaar, Yang Zhuping and Sanjaya
Rajaram. Inheritance of resistance to scab in two wheat cultivars from Brazil and China Plant
Disease 80 863-867 AGRIS 97-034522

1996 VILLAREAL-1 R L Villareal, E del Toro, S Rajaram and A Mujeeb-Kazi. The effect of
chromosome 1AL/1RS trans-location on agronomic performance of 85 F2-derived F6 lines from
three Triticum aestivum L. crosses Euphytica 89 363-369 AGRIS 97-018338

1996 VILLAREAL-2 R L Villareal, A Mujeeb-Kazi and S Rajaram. Inheritance of threshability in
synthetic hexaploid (Triticum turgidum x T. tauschii) by T aestivum crosses Plant Breeding 115
407-409 AGRIS 97-116812

1996 WILLIAM M D H M William and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Development of genetic stocks and
biochemical markers to facilitate utilization ofAegilops variabilis in wheat improvement Cytologia
61 7-13


1997 ABDALLA Osman S Abdalla*, Jose Crossa* and Paul L Cornelius. Results and biological
interpretation of shifted multiplicative model clustering of durum wheat cultivars and test site Crop
Science 37 88-97 AGRIS 97-159197
With University of Kentucky, Lexington (Kentucky) US








1997 BANZIGER-1 M Banziger, F J Betran and H R Lafitte. Efficiency of high-nitrogen selection
environments for improving maize for low-nitrogen target environments Crop Science 37 1103-
1109 AGRIS 1998-103213

1997 BANZIGER-2 M Binziger and H R Lafitte. Efficiency of secondary traits for improving maize
for low-nitrogen target environments Crop Science 37 1110-1117 AGRIS 1998-103214

1997 BERGVINSON David Bergvinson, Martha Willcox and David Hoisington. Efficacy and
deployment of transgenic plants for stemborer management Insect Science and its Applications 17
157-167

1997 BOHN M Bohn, M M Khairallah*, C Jiang*, D Gonzalez-de-Le6n*, D A Hoisington*, H F Utz,
J A Deutsch, D C Jewell*, J A Mihm and A E Melchinger. QTL mapping in tropical maize: II.
Comparison of genomic regions for resistance to Diatraea spp. Crop Science 37 1892-1902
AGRIS 1998-018725 For Parts I and III, see 1996 BOHN and 1998 GROH
With Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE

1997 BROERS L H M Broers. Components of quantitative resistance to yellow rust in ten spring
bread wheat cultivars and their relations with field assessments Euphytica 96 215-223 AGRIS
1998-103538

1997 CHAPMAN-1 Scott C Chapman and Hector J Barreto. Using a chlorophyll meter to estimate
specific leaf nitrogen of tropical maize during vegetative growth Agronomy J. 89 557-562 AGRIS
1998-019829

1997 CHAPMAN-2 Scott C Chapman, Jos6 Crossa and Gregory O Edmeades. Genotype by
environment effects and selection for drought tolerance in tropical maize: I. Two mode pattern
analysis of yield Euphytica 95 1-9 AGRIS 1998-019161

1997 CHAPMAN-3 Scott C Chapman*, Jos6 Crossa*, Kaye E Basford and Pieter M Kroonenberg.
Genotype by environment effects and selection for drought tolerance in tropical maize: II. Three-
mode pattern analysis Euphytica 95 11-20 AGRIS 1998-019162
With University of Queensland, Brisbane (Queensland) AU and Leiden University, Leiden NL

1997 CROSSA Jos6 Crossa* and Paul L Cornelius. Sites regression and shifted multiplicative model
clustering of cultivar trial sites under heterogeneity of error variances Crop Science 37 406-415
AGRIS 1998-001904
With University of Kentucky, Lexington (Kentucky) US

1997 ELINGS A Elings, J W White and G 0 Edmeades. Options for breeding for greater maize yields
in the tropics European J. Agronomy 7 119-132

1997 GARCIA Fernando Garcia P6rez. DB/Textworks: una alternative para crear un sistema
automatizado de biblioteca Revista AIBDA 18 (1) 67-78

1997 GRIMANELLI Daniel Grimanelli, Martha Hernndez, Enrico Perotti and Yves Savidan.
Dosage effects in the endosperm of diplosporous apomictic Tripsacum (Poaceae) Sexual Plant
Reproduction 10 279-282

1997 FURMAN Bonnie J Furman, Calvin O Qualset, Bent Skovmand*, John H Heaton, Harold Corke
and Darrell M Wesenburg. Characterization and analysis of North American triticale genetic
resources Crop Science 37 1951-1959 AGRIS 1998-018674
With University of California, Davis (California) US and several other institutions









1997 HEISEY Paul W Heisey*, Melinda Smale*, Derek Byerlee* and Edward Souza. Wheat rusts
and the costs of genetic diversity in the Punjab of Pakistan American J. Agricultural Economics
79 726-737 AGRIS 1998-111314
With University of Idaho, Moscow (Idaho) US

1997 INAGAKI-1 M N Inagaki*, I Nagamine and A Mujeeb-Kazi*. Use of pollen storage and
detached-tiller culture in wheat polyhaploid production through wide crosses Cereal Research
Communications 25 7-13 AGRIS 1998-001864
With Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences JIRCAS, Tsukuba (Ibaraki) JP

1997 INAGAKI-2 M N Inagaki*, W H Pfeiffer*, M Mergoum*, A Mujeeb-Kazi* and A J
Lukaszewski. Effects of D-genome chromosomes on crossability of hexaploid triticale (X
Triticosecale Wittmack) with maize Plant Breeding 116 387-389
With Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences JIRCAS, Tsukuba (Ibaraki) JP and
University of California, Riverside (California) US

1997 JIANG Changjian Jiang and Zhao-Bang Zeng. Mapping quantitative trait loci with dominant
and missing markers in various crosses from two inbred lines Genetica 101 47-58
With North Carolina State University, Raleigh (North Carolina) US

1997 KUMAR H Kumar and J A Mihm. Assessing damage by second-generation southwestern corn
borer, Diatraea grandiosella (Dyar) and sugarcane borer, Diatraea saccharalis Fabricius and
development of sources of resistance in maize Maydica 42 59-71 AGRIS 1998-050310

1997 LAFITTE-1 H R Lafitte, G 0 Edmeades and S Taba. Adaptive strategies identified among
tropical maize landraces for nitrogen-limited environments Field Crops Research 49 187-204
AGRIS 1998-103611

1997 LAFITTE-2 H R Lafitte, G 0 Edmeades and E C Johnson. Temperature responses of tropical
maize cultivars selected for broad adaptation Field Crops Research 49 215-229 AGRIS 1998-
103612

1997 LAFITTE-3 H R Lafitte and G 0 Edmeades. Temperature effects on radiation use and biomass
partitioning in diverse tropical maize cultivars Field Crops Research 49 231-247 AGRIS 1998-
104533

1997 MA-1 H Ma, R P Singh and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Resistance to stripe rust in durum wheats, A-
genome diploids, and their amphiploids Euphytica 94 279-286 AGRIS 1998-071007

1997 MA-2 Hong Ma, Ravi P Singh and Osman Abdalla. Resistance to stripe rust in five durum wheat
cultivars Plant Disease 81 27-30 AGRIS 97-078299

1997 MWANGI Wilfred M Mwangi. Low use of fertilizers and low productivity in sub-Saharan
Africa Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 47 135-147 AGRIS 1998-070164

1997 NELSON J C Nelson, R P Singh*, J E Autrique* and M E Sorrells. Mapping genes conferring
or suppressing leaf rust resistance in wheat Crop Science 37 1928-1935 AGRIS 1998-021328
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1997 ORTIZ-MONASTERIO-1 J I Ortiz-Monasterio, R J Pefia, K D Sayre and S Rajaram.
CIMMYT's genetic progress in wheat grain quality under four nitrogen rates Crop Science 37 892-
898 AGRIS 1998-103562

1997 ORTIZ-MONASTERIO-2 J I Ortiz-Monasterio, K D Sayre, S Rajaram and M McMahon.
Genetic progress in wheat yield and nitrogen use efficiency under four nitrogen rates Crop Science
37 898-904 AGRIS 1998-102527








1997 RIBAUT-1 Jean-Marcel Ribaut, Xueyi Hu, David Hoisington and Diego Gonzalez-de-Le6n.
Use of STSs and SSRs as rapid and reliable preselection tools in a marker-assisted selection
backcross scheme Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 15 156-164

1997 RIBAUT-2 J-M Ribaut, C Jiang, D Gonzalez-de-Leon, G 0 Edmeades and D A Hoisington.
Identification of quantitative trait loci under drought conditions in tropical maize: 2. Yield
components and marker-assisted selection strategies Theoretical andApplied Genetics 94 887-896
For Part 1/, see 1996 RIBAUT

1997 RINCON Froylan Rincon, Blaine Johnson, Jose Crossa* and Sukethosi Taba*. Identifying
subsets of maize accessions by three-mode principal component analysis Crop Science 37 1936-
1943 AGRIS 1998-019155
With University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US

1997 SAYRE K D Sayre, S Rajaram and R A Fischer. Yield potential progress in short bread wheats
in northwest Mexico Crop Science 37 36-42 AGRIS 97-158834

1997 SMALE Melinda Smale. The Green Revolution and wheat genetic diversity: some unfounded
assumptions World Development 25 1257-1269 AGRIS 1998-007219

1997 VAN BEUNINGEN L T van Beuningen and R H Busch. Genetic diversity among North
American spring wheat cultivars: I. Analysis of the coefficient of parentage matrix; II. Ancestor
contributions to gene pools of different eras and regions Crop Science 37 570-579; 580-585
AGRIS 1998-001845 and 1998-001846
From University of Minnesota, St. Paul (Minnesota) US

1997 VASAL S K Vasal, B S Dhillon and S Pandey. Recurrent selection methods based on
evaluation-cum-recombination block Plant Breeding Reviews 14 139-161 AGRIS 97-130680

1997 VILLAREAL R L Villareal, O Bafiuelos and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Agronomic performance of
related durum wheat (Triticum turgidum L.) stocks possessing the chromosome substitution
T1BL.1RS Crop Science 37 1735-1740 AGRIS 1998-018915

1997 WILLIAM H M William, D Hoisington, R P Singh and D Gonzalez-de-Le6n. Detection of
quantitative trait loci associated with leaf rust resistance in bread wheat Genome 40 253-260


1998 BARRETT B A Barrett, K K Kidwell and P N Fox*. Comparison of AFLP and pedigree-based
genetic diversity assessment methods using wheat cultivars from the Pacific Northwest Crop
Science 38 1271-1278 AGRIS 1999-040251
With Washington State University, Pullman (Washington) US

1998 BIRCH C J Birch, J Vos, J Kiniry, H J Bos, A Elings*. Phyllochron responds to acclimation to
temperature and irradiance in maize Field Crops Research 59 187-200 AGRIS 1999-030822
With University of Queensland, Gatton (Queensland) AU; Wageningen Agricultural University, Wageningen NL;
and United States Department of Agriculture, Temple (Texas) US

1998 BRENNAN John P Brennan and Paul N Fox*. Impact of CIMMYT varieties on the genetic
diversity of wheat in Australia, 1973-1993 Australian J. Agricultural Research 49 175-178
With Wagga Wagga Agricultural Institute, Wagga Wagga (New South Wales) AU

1998 CASTELLANOS J S Castellanos, A R Hallauer and H S Cordova*. Relative performance of
testers to identify elite lines of corn (Zea mays L.) Maydica 43 217-226 AGRIS 2000-016834
With Iowa State University, Ames (Iowa) US









1998 CEBALLOS H Ceballos, S Pandey, L Narro, J C Perez-Velazquez. Additive, dominant, and
epistatic effects for maize grain yield in acid and non-acid soils Theoretical and Applied Genetics
96 662-668

1998 FISCHER R A Fischer, D Rees, K D Sayre, Z-M Lu, A G Condon and A Larque Saavedra.
Wheat yield progress associated with higher stomatal conductance and photosynthetic rate, and
cooler canopies Crop Science 38 1467-1475 AGRIS 1999-051481

1998 GE Yong-Fu Ge, Jerry W Johnson, John J Roberts and S Rajaram*. Temperature and resistance
gene interactions in the expression of resistance to Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici Euphytica 99
103-109 AGRIS 1998-081840
With University of Georgia, Griffin (Georgia) US

1998 GRIMANELLI-1 Daniel Grimanelli, Oliver Leblanc, Elsa Espinosa, Enrico Perotti, Diego
Gonzalez de Le6n and Yves Savidan. Mapping diplosporous apomixis in tetraploid Tripsacum: one
gene or several genes? Heredity 80 33-39 AGRIS 1998-059236

1998 GRIMANELLI-2 Daniel Grimanelli, Oliver Leblanc, Elsa Espinosa, Enrico Perotti, Diego
Gonzalez de Le6n and Yves Savidan. Non-Mendelian transmission of apomixis in maize-
Tripsacum hybrids caused by a transmission ratio distortion Heredity 80 40-47 AGRIS 1998-
059105

1998 GROH-1 S Groh, D Gonzalez-de-Le6n, M M Khairallah*, C Jiang*, D Bergvinson*, M Bohn,
D A Hoisington* and A E Melchinger. QTL mapping in tropical maize: III. Genomic regions for
resistance to Diatraea spp. and associated traits in two RIL populations Crop Science 38 1062-
1072 AGRIS 1999-051984 For Parts I and II, see 1996 BOHN and 1997 BOHN
With Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE

1998 GROH-2 S Groh, M M Khairallah*, D Gonzalez-de-Le6n, M Willcox*, C Jiang*, D A
Hoisington* and A E Melchinger. Comparison of QTLs mapped in RILs and their test-cross
progenies of tropical maize for insect resistance and agronomic traits Plant Breeding 117 193-202
With Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE

1998 HOLLAND J B Holland, D V Uhr, D Jeffers* and M M Goodman. Inheritance of resistance to
southern corn rust in tropical-by-corn-belt maize germplasm Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96
232-241
With North Carolina State University, Raleigh (North Carolina) US

1998 INAGAKI-1 M N Inagaki, W H Pfeiffer, M Mergoum and A Mujeeb-Kazi. Variation of the
crossability of durum wheat with maize Euphytica 104 17-23 AGRIS 1999-019852

1998 INAGAKI-2 M N Inagaki* and C T Hash. Production of haploids in bread wheat, durum wheat
and hexaploid triticale crossed with pearl millet Plant Breeding 117 485-487
With International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics ICRISAT, Patancheru (Andra Pradesh IN
and Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences JIRCAS, Tsukuba (Ibaraki) JP

1998 INAGAKI-3 M N Inagaki, G Varughese, S Rajaram, M van Ginkel, A Mujeeb-Kazi.
Comparison of bread wheat lines selected by doubled haploid, single-seed descent and pedigree
selection methods Theoretical and Applied Genetics 97 550-556

1998 KHAIRALLAH M M Khairallah*, M Bohn, C Jiang*, J A Deutsch, D C Jewell*, J A Mihm, A
E Melchinger, D Gonzalez-de-Le6n* and D A Hoisington*. Molecular mapping of QTL for
southwestern corn borer resistance, plant height and flowering in tropical maize Plant Breeding
117 309-318
With Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE








1998 MATSON Pamela A Matson, Rosamond Naylor and Ivan Ortiz-Monasterio*. Integration of
environmental, agronomic, and economic aspects of fertilizer management Science 280 112-115
With Stanford University, Stanford (California) US

1998 MORENO-GONZALEZ J Moreno-Gonzalez and J Crossa*. Combining genotype,
environment and attribute variables in regression models for predicting the cell-means of multi-
environment cultivar trials Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96 803-811
With Centro de Investigaciones Agrarias de Mabegondo, La Coruia (Galicia) ES

1998 MUGO S N Mugo*, M E Smith, M Bdinziger*, T L Setter, G 0 Edmeades* and A Elings*.
Performance of early maturing Katumani and Kito maize composites under drought at the seedling
and flowering stages African Crop Science J. 6 329-344
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1998 NELSON J C Nelson, J E Autrique*, G Fuentes-Davila* and M E Sorrels. Chromosomal
location of genes for resistance to Kamal bunt in wheat Crop Science 38 231-236 AGRIS 1998-
061322
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

1998 RIBAUT Jean-Marcel Ribaut and David Hoisington. Marker-assisted selection: new tools and
strategies Trends in Plant Science 3 236-239 AGRIS 1998-092297

1998 SMALE-1 Melinda Smale*, Jason Hartell, Paul W Heisey* and Ben Senauer. The contribution
of genetic resources and diversity to wheat production in the Punjab of Pakistan American J.
Agricultural Economics 80 482-493 AGRIS 1998-111313
With University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (Minnesota) US

1998 SMALE-2 M Smale, R P Singh, K Sayre, P Pingali, S Rajaram and H J Dubin. Estimating the
economic impact of breeding nonspecific resistance to leaf rust in modem bread wheats Plant
Disease 82 1055-1061 AGRIS 1999-042395

1998 SNAPP S S Snapp, P L Mafongoya, S Waddington*. Organic matter technologies for integrated
nutrient management in smallholder cropping systems of southern Africa Agriculture Ecosystems
& Environment 71 185-200 AGRIS 1999-036178
With International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics ICRISAT, Lilongwe MW and International
Center for Research in Agroforestry ICRAF, Chipata ZM

1998 SOUZA E Souza, P N Fox* and B Skovmand*. Parentage analysis of International Spring
Wheat Nurseries 17 to 27 Crop Science 38 337-341 AGRIS 1998-092748
With University of Idaho, Aberdeen (Idaho) US

1998 TABA Suketoshi Taba, Jaime Diaz, Jorge Franco and Jose Crossa. Evaluation of Caribbean
maize accessions to develop a core subset Crop Science 38 1378-1386 AGRIS 1999-039932

1998 TEULAT B Teulat, D This, M Khairallah*, C Borries, C Ragot, P Sourdille, P Leroy, P
Monneveux and A Charrier. Several QTLs involved in osmotic-adjustment trait variation in barley
(Hordeum vulgare L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96 688-698
With ENSAM-INRA, Montpellier FX and Station d'Amelioration des Plantes INRA, Clermont-Ferrand FX

1998 TOOJINDA T Toojinda, E Baird, A Booth, L Broers, P Hayes, W Powell, W Thomas, H Vivar*
and G Young. Introgression of quantitative trait loci (QTLs) determining stripe rust resistance in
barley: an example of marker-assisted line development Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96 123-
131
With Oregon State University, Corvallis (Oregon) US and Scottish Crop Research Institute, Invergowrie
(Scotland) GB








1998 VILLAREAL Reynaldo L Villareal, Oscar Bafiuelos, Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi and Sanjaya
Rajaram. Agronomic performance of chromosomes 1B and T1BL.1RS near-isolines in the spring
bread wheat Seri M82 Euphytica 103 195-202 AGRIS 1999-009434

1998 WELZ H G Welz, A Schechert, A Pernet, K V Pixley* and H H Geiger. A gene for resistance to
the maize streak virus in the African CIMMYT maize inbred line CML202 Molecular Biology 4
147-154 AGRIS 1998-081856
With Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE


1999 BANZIGER M Banziger, G O Edmeades and H R Lafitte. Selection for drought tolerance
increases maize yields across a range of nitrogen levels Crop Science 39 1035-1040

1999 BINDRABAN P S Bindraban. Impact of canopy nitrogen profile in wheat on growth Field
Crops Research 63 63-67 AGRIS 2000-017334
From Agricultural University, Wageningen NL

1999 BOHOROVA N Bohorova, W Zhang, P Julstrum, S McLean, B Luna, R M Brito, L Diaz, M E
Ramos, P Estanol, M Pacheco, M Salgado and D Hoisington. Production of transgenic tropical
maize with crylAb and crylAc genes via microprojectile bombardment of immature embryos
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99 437-444

1999 BRENNAN J P Brennan, D Godden, M Smale* and E Meng*. Breeder demand for and
utilisation of wheat genetic resources in Australia Plant Varieties and Seeds 12 113-127
With NSW Agriculture, Wagga Wagga Agricultural Institute, Wagga Wagga (New South Wales) AU and
University of Sydney, Sydney (New South Wales) AU

1999 CHAPMAN S C Chapman and G 0 Edmeades. Selection improves drought tolerance in tropical
maize populations: II. Direct and correlated responses among secondary traits Crop Science 39
1315-1324 For Part I, see 1999 EDMEADES

1999 CORNELIUS Paul L Cornelius and Jose Crossa*. Prediction assessment of shrinkage
estimators of multiplicative models for multi-environment cultivar trials Crop Science 39 998-
1009
With University of Kentucky, Lexington (Kentucky) US

1999 CROSSA J Crossa*, M Vargas*, F A van Eeuwijk, C Jiang*, G 0 Edmeades* and D
Hoisington*. Interpreting genotype x environment interaction in tropical maize using linked
molecular markers and environmental covariables Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99 611-625
With Wageningen Agricultural University, Wageningen NL

1999 EDMEADES G 0 Edmeades, J Bolafios, S C Chapman, H R Lafitte and M Binziger. Selection
improves drought tolerance in tropical maize populations: I. Gains in biomass, grain yield, and
harvest index Crop Science 39 1306-1315 For Part II, see 1999 CHAPMAN

1999 EGLE Komi Egle, Giinther Manske, Wilhelm Romer and Paul L G Vlek. Improved phosphorus
efficiency of three new wheat genotypes from CIMMYT in comparison with an older Mexican
variety J. Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 162 353-358
From Universitat Gdttingen, Gdttingen DE

1999 GRAHAM Robin Graham, D Senadhira, Steven Beebe, Carlos Iglesias and Ivan [Ortiz]
Monasterio*. Breeding for micronutrient density in edible portions of staple food crops:
conventional approaches Field Crops Research 60 57-80 AGRIS 1999-059752
With University of Adelaide, Glen Osmond (South Australia) AU; International Rice Research Institute IRRI, Los
Banos PH; and International Center for Tropical Agriculture CIAT, Cali CO










1999 HARTKAMP A Dewi Hartkamp*, Jeffery W White* and Gerrit Hoogenboom. Interfacing
geographic information systems with agronomic modeling: a review Agronomy J. 91 761-772
With University of Georgia, Griffin (Georgia) US

1999 HASSAN R M Hassan, M Mekuria and W Mwangi. Impacts of maize breeding research and
recent shifts in the role of the public and private suppliers of maize seed technologies in eastern and
southern Africa Agrekon 38 816-826 AGRIS 2000-056585

1999 HEDE-1 A R Hede*, B Skovmand*, M P Reynolds*, J Crossa*, A L Vilhelmsen and O Stolen.
Evaluating genetic diversity for heat tolerance traits in Mexican wheat landraces Genetic
Resources and Crop Evolution 46 37-45 AGRIS 1999-060026
With Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University RVAU, Copenhagen DK

1999 HEDE-2 A R Hede*, G Srinivasan*, O Stolen and S K Vasal*. Identification of heterotic pattern
in tropical inbred maize lines using broad-based synthetic testers Maydica 44 325-331 AGRIS
2001-001208
With Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University RVAU, Frederiksberg DK

1999 JIANG C Jiang*, G 0 Edmeades*, I Armstead, H R Lafitte, M D Hayward and D Hoisington*.
Genetic analysis of adaptation differences between highland and lowland tropical maize using
molecular markers Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99 1106-1119
With Institute for Grassland and Environmental Research IGER, Aberystwyth (Wales) GB

1999 LU X W Lu, J L Brewbaker, S M Nourse, H G Moon, S K Kim and M Khairallah*. Mapping of
quantitative trait loci conferring resistance to maize streak virus Maydica 44 313-318 AGRIS
2001-001206
With University of Hawaii, Honolulu (Hawaii) US and International Institute for Tropical Agriculture IITA, Ibadan
NG

1999 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 A Mujeeb-Kazi, A Cortes, V Rosas, M D H M William and R Delgado.
Some Triticum turgidum L. cultivars possessing the chromosome T1BL.1RS substitution Cereal
Research Communications 27 373-376

1999 MUJEEB-KAZI-2 A Mujeeb-Kazi, A Cortes, V Rosas, M D H M William and R Delgado.
Development of near-isogenic sets of derivatives with T1BL.1RS or 1B chromosome substitutions
in bread wheat Wheat Information Service 89 13-16 AGRIS 2001-014398

1999 NOURSE S M Nourse, A Elings* and J L Brewbaker. Quantitative trait loci associated with
lime-induced chlorosis in recombinant inbred lines of maize Maydica 44 293-299 AGRIS 2001-
001204
With University of Hawaii, Honolulu (Hawaii) US

1999 PERNET-1 A Peret*, D Hoisington*, J Franco*, M Isnard, D Jewell*, C Jiang*, J-L
Marchand, B Reynaud, J-C Glaszmann and D Gonzalez de Le6n*. Genetic mapping of maize streak
virus resistance from the Mascarene source: I. Resistance in line D211 and stability against
different virus clones Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99 524-539
With Centre de Cooperation Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Developpement CIRAD,
Montpellier FX and Saint Pierre RE

1999 PERNET-2 A Peret*, D Hoisington*, J Dintinger, D Jewell*, C Jiang*, M Khairallah*, P
Letourmy, J-L Marchand, J-C Glaszmann and D Gonzalez de Le6n*. Genetic mapping of maize
streak virus resistance from the Mascarene source: II: Resistance in line CIRAD390 and stability
across germplasm Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99 540-553
With Centre de Cooperation Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Developpement CIRAD
Montpellier FX and Saint Pierre RE








1999 RAJARAM S Rajaram. Approaches for breaching yield stagnation in wheat Genome 42 629-
634

1999 REYNOLDS M R Reynolds, S Rajaram and K D Sayre. Physiological and genetic changes of
irrigated wheat in the post-Green Revolution period and approaches for meeting projected global
demand Crop Science 39 1611-1621

1999 RIBAUT Jean-Marcel Ribaut and Javier Betran. Single large-scale marker-assisted selection
(SLS-MAS) Molecular Breeding 5 531-541

1999 SAN VICENTE Felix San Vicente, Surinder Kumar Vasal, Scott Douglas McLean, Sai Kumar
Ramanujam y Manuel Barandiaran. Comportamiento de lines tropicales precoces de maiz en
condiciones de sequia Agronomia Tropical (Maracay VE) 49 135-154

1999 SINGH R P Singh*, W Q Chen and Z H He*. Leaf rust resistance of spring, facultative, and
winter wheat cultivars from China Plant Disease 83 644-651
With Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing CN

1999 VASAL S K Vasal, G Srinivasan, H Cordova, S Pandey, D Jeffers, D Bergvinson and D Beck.
Inbred line evaluation nurseries and their role in maize breeding at CIMMYT Maydica 44 341-351
AGRIS 2001-001210

1999 VILLAREAL R L Villareal, A Mujeeb-Kazi and R J Pefia. Agronomic performance and quality
characteristics of tissue culture-derived lines of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivar Pavon
Cereal Research Communications 27 41-48

1999 WALL Patrick C Wall. Experiences with crop residue cover and direct seeding in the Bolivian
highlands Mountain Research and Development 19 313-317 AGRIS 2000-028072

1999 ZHU H Zhu, L Gilchrist*, P Hayes, A Kleinhofs, D Kudrna, Z Liu, L Prom, B Steffenson, T
Toojinda and H Vivar*. Does function follow form? Principal QTLs for Fusarium head blight
(FHB) resistance are coincident with QTLs for inflorescence traits and plant height in a doubled-
haploid population of barley Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99 1221-1232
With Oregon State University, Corvallis (Oregon) US; North Dakota State University, Fargo and Langdon (North
Dakota) US; and Shanghai Academy of Agricultural Science, Shanghai CN


2000 BANZIGER Marianne Binziger* and Jennifer Long. The potential for increasing the iron and
zinc density of maize through plant-breeding Food and Nutrition Bull 21 397-400
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

2000 BARBOUR Margaret D Barbour, R Anthony Fischer, Ken D Sayre* and Graham D Farquhar.
Oxygen isotope ratio of leaf and grain material correlates with stomatal conductance and grain yield
in irrigated wheat Australian J. Plant Physiology 27 625-637
With Australian National University and Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research ACIAR,
Canberra (ACT) AU

2000 CALDERINI Daniel F Calderini and Matthew P Reynolds. Changes in grain weight as a
consequence of de-graining treatments at pre- and post-anthesis in synthetic hexaploid lines of
wheat (Triticum durum x T. tauschii) Australian J. Plant Physiology 27 183-191

2000 CLEVELAND David A Cleveland, Daniela Soleri and Steven E Smith. A biological framework
for understanding farmers' plant breeding Economic Botany 54 377-394
From University of Arizona, Tucson (Arizona) US










2000 DEL BLANCO I A del Blanco, S Rajaram*, W E Kronstad and M P Reynolds*. Physiological
performance of synthetic hexaploid wheat-derived populations Crop Science 40 1257-1263
With Oregon State University, Corvallis (Oregon) US

2000 DeLACY-1 I H DeLacy, B Skovmand* and J Huerta. Characterization of Mexican wheat
landraces using agronomically useful attributes Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 47 591-
602
With University of Queensland, Brisbane (Queensland) AU; Comisi6n Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de
la Biodiversidad, Mexico (DF) MX; and Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agricolas y Pecuarias
INIFAP, Chapingo MX

2000 DeLACY-2 I H DeLacy, S Rajaram*, M Cooper, P N Fox* and K E Basford. The effect of the
accumulation of disease resistance genes on the long-term association of a global sample of
environments for testing spring bread wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101 1164-1172
With University of Queensland, Brisbane (Queensland) AU

2000 DUVEILLER E Duveiller and I Garcia Altamirano. Pathogenicity of Bipolaris sorokiniana
isolates from wheat roots, leaves and grains in Mexico Plant Pathology 49 235-242

2000 ELINGS Anne Elings. Estimation of leaf area in tropical maize Agronomy J. 92 436-444

2000 GIAUFFRET C Giauffret, J Lothrop, D Dorvillez, B Gouesnard and M Derieux. Genotype x
environment interactions in maize hybrids from temperate or highland tropical origin Crop Science
40 1004-1012
With Institut National de Recherche Agronomique INRA, Estrees-Mons and Mauguio FX

2000 GILCHRIST-SAAVEDRA Lucy Isabella Gilchrist-Saavedra. Problems fitosanitarios de los
cereales de grano pequefio en los valles altos de Mexico Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 18
132-137

2000 GOLLIN Douglas Gollin, Melinda Smale and Bent Skovmand. Searching an ex situ collection
of wheat genetic resources American J. Agricultural Economics 82 812-827

2000 LIMON-ORTEGA-1 Agustin Limon-Ortega*, Kenneth D Sayre* and Charles A Francis.
Wheat and maize yields in response to straw management and nitrogen under a bed planting system
Agronomy J. 92 295-302
With University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US

2000 LIMON-ORTEGA-2 Agustin Limon-Ortega*, Kenneth D Sayre* and Charles A Francis.
Wheat nitrogen use efficiency in a bed planting system in northwest Mexico Agronomy J. 92 303-
308
With University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US

2000 MAREDIA Mywish K Maredia and Derek Byerlee. Efficiency of research investments in the
presence of international spillovers: wheat research in developing countries Agricultural
Economics 22 1-16
From Michigan State University, East Lansing (Michigan) US and World Bank, Washington (DC) US

2000 NARRO L A Narro, J C Perez, S Pandey, J Crossa, F Salazar, M P Arias and J Franco. Diallel
and triallel analysis in an acid soil tolerant maize (Zea mays L.) population Maydica 45 301-308
AGRIS 2002-020462

2000 [ORTIZ-] MONASTERIO Ivan Monasterio* and Robin D Graham. Breeding for trace
minerals in wheat Food and Nutrition Bull 21 392-396
With University of Adelaide, Glen Osmond (South Australia) AU








2000 PANEK J A Panek, P A Matson, I Ortiz-Monasterio* and P Brooks. Distinguishing nitrification
and denitrification sources ofN20 in a Mexican wheat system using 15N Ecological Applications
10506-514
With University of California, Berkeley (California) US and Stanford University, Stanford (California) US

2000 RANSOM Joel K Ransom. Long-term approaches for the control of Striga in cereals: field
management options Crop Protection 19 759-763

2000 REKIKA D Rekika, Y Kara, I Sougris, M M Nachit*, A Asbati and P Monneveux. The
tolerance of PSII to high temperatures in durum wheat (T turgidum conv. durum): genetic variation
and relationship with yield under heat stress Cereal Research Communications 28 395-402
With UFR Genetique et Amelioration de Plantes ENSA-INRA, Montpellier FX

2000 REYNOLDS Matthew P Reynolds, Maarten van Ginkel and Jean-Marcel Ribaut. Avenues for
genetic modification of radiation use efficiency in wheat J. Experimental Botany 51 459-473

2000 SAVIDAN Yves Savidan. Apomixis: genetics and breeding Plant Breeding Reviews 18 13-86

2000 SINGH R P Singh*, J C Nelson and M E Sorrells. Mapping Yr28 and other genes for resistance
to stripe rust in wheat Crop Science 40 1148-1155
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

2000 SIVAPALAN S Sivapalan, L O'Brien, G Ortiz-Ferrara*, G J Hollamby, I Barclay and P J
Martin. An adaptation analysis of Australian and CIMMYT/ICARDA wheat germplasm in
Australian production environments Australian J. Agricultural Research 51 903-915
With University of Sydney, Narrabri (New South Wales) AU; University of Adelaide, Roseworthy (South
Australia) AU; Department of Agriculture, Perth (Western Australia) AU; and Agricultural Research Institute,
Wagga Wagga (New South Wales) AU

2000 SOLERI Daniela Soleri, Steven E Smith and David A Cleveland. Evaluating the potential for
farmer and plant breeder collaboration: a case study of farmer maize selection in Oaxaca, Mexico
Euphytica 116 41-57
With University of Arizona, Tucson (Arizona) US

2000 TOOJINDA T Toojinda, L H Broers, X M Chen, P M Hayes, A Kleinhofs, J Korte, D Kudrna,
H Leung, R F Line, W Powell, L Ramsay, H Vivar*, R Waugh. Mapping quantitative and
qualitative disease resistance genes in a doubled haploid population of barley (Hordeum vulgare)
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101 580-589
With Oregon State University, Corvallis (Oregon) US; Washington State University, Pullman (Washigton) US;
and Scottish Crop Research Institute Invergowrie, Dundee GB

2000 VASAL S K Vasal. The quality protein maize story Food and Nutrition Bull. 21 445-450

2000 VILLEGAS D Villegas, N Aparicio, M M Nachit*, J L Araus and C Royo. Photosynthetic and
developmental traits associated with genotypic differences in durum wheat yield across the
Mediterranean basin Australian J. Agricultural Research 51 891-901
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY and Centro UdL-IRTA,
Lleida (Catalunya) ES


2001 AYALA-1 L Ayala*, M van Ginkel*, M Khairallah*, B Keller and M Henry*. Expression of
Thinopyrum intermedium-derived barley yellow dwarf virus resistance in elite bread wheat
backgrounds Phytopathology 91 55-62
With Eidgendssische Technische Hochschule ETH and Universitat Zurich, Zurich CH










2001 AYALA-2 L Ayala*, M Henry*, D Gonzalez-de-Le6n*, M van Ginkel*, A Mujeeb-Kazi*, B
Keller and M Khairallah*. A diagnostic molecular marker allowing the study of Th. intermedium-
derived resistance to BYDV in bread wheat segregating populations Theoretical and Applied
Genetics 102 942-949
With Universitat Zurich, Zurich CH

2001 BANZIGER Marianne Bdinziger* and Mark Cooper. Breeding for low input conditions and
consequences for participatory plant breeding: examples from tropical maize and wheat Euphytica
122 503-519
With University of Queensland, Brisbane (Queensland) AU

2001 BELLON Mauricio R Bellon and Jean Risopoulos. Small-scale farmers expand the benefits of
improved maize germplasm: a case study from Chiapas, Mexico World Development 29 799-811

2001 BOER Eric P J Boer, Kirsten M de Beurs and A Dewi Hartkamp*. Kriging and thin plate splines
for mapping climate variables J Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 3 146-154
With Wageningen University, Wageningen NL

2001 BOHN M Bohn, S Groh, M M Khairallah*, D A Hoisington*, H F Utz and A E Melchinger. Re-
evaluation of the prospects of marker-assisted selection for improving insect resistance against
Diatraea spp. in tropical maize by cross validation and independent validation Theoretical and
Applied Genetics 103 1059-1067
With Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE

2001 BOHOROVA-1 N E Bohorova, W H Pfeifer, M Mergoum, J Crossa, M Pacheco and P Estafiol.
Regeneration potential of CIMMYT durum wheat and triticale varieties from immature embryos
Plant Breeding 120 291-295

2001 BOHOROVA-2 N Bohorova*, R Frutos, M Royer, P Estafiol*, M Pacheco*, Q Rasc6n*, S
McLean*, D Hoisington*. Novel synthetic Bacillus ;hiii .g,' ,,I, crylB gene and the crylB-crylAb
translational fusion confer resistance to southwestern corn borer, sugarcane borer and fall
armyworm in transgenic tropical maize Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103 817-826
With CIRAD, Montpellier FX

2001 BORU G Boru, M van Ginkel*, W E Kronstad and L Boersma. Expression and inheritance of
tolerance to waterlogging stress in wheat Euphytica 117 91-98
With Oregon State University, Corvallis (Oregon) US

2001 CASSADAY Kelly Cassaday*, Melinda Smale*, Cary Fowler and Paul W Heisey*. Benefits
from giving and receiving genetic resources: the case of wheat Plant Genetic Resources
Newsletter 127 1-10
With Agricultural University of Norway, As NO

2001 CHOI L-R Choi, J S Hall, M Henry*, L Zhang, G L Hein, R French and D C Stenger.
Contributions of genetic drift and negative selection on the evolution of three strains of wheat
streak mosaic tritimovirus Archives of Virology 146 619-628
With Univeristy of Nebraska, Lincoln and Scottsbluff (Nebraska) US

2001 DEL BLANCO I A del Blanco, S Rajaram* and W E Kronstad. Agronomic potential of
synthetic hexaploid wheat-derived populations Crop Science 41 670-676
With Oregon State University, Corvallis (Oregon) US








2001 DOSS-1 Cheryl R Doss and Michael L Morris*. How does gender affect the adoption of
agricultural innovations? The case of improved maize technology in Ghana Agricultural
Economics 25 27-39
With Yale University, New Haven (Connecticut) US

2001 DOSS-2 Cheryl R Doss. Designing agricultural technology for African women farmers: lessons
from 25 years of experience World Development 29 2075-2092
With Yale university, New Haven (Connecticut) US

2001 EBBERT Mercedes A Ebert, Daniel P Jeffers*, Nigel A Harrison and Lowell R Nault. Lack of
specificity in the interaction between two maize stunting pathogens and field collected Dalbulus
leafhoppers Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 101 49-57
With Ohio State University, Wooster (Ohio) US and University of Florida, Fort Lauderdale (Florida) US

2001 FEDERER Walter T Federer, Matthew Reynolds* and Jose Crossa*. Combining results for
augmented designs over sites Agronomy J. 93 389-395
With Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

2001 FERRIO J P Ferrio, E Bertran, M Nachit*, C Royo and J L Araus. Near infrared reflectance
spectroscopy as a potential surrogate method for the analysis of A 13C in mature kernels of durum
wheat Australian J. Agricultural Research 52 809-816
With Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona (Catalunya) ES and Centre UdL-IRTA, Lleida (Catalunya) ES

2001 FRANCO J Franco, J Crossa, J M Ribaut, J Betran, M L Warburton and M Khairallah. A
method for combining molecular markers and phenotypic attributes for classifying plant genotypes
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103 944-952

2001 GAUDET D A Gaudet, G Fuentes-Davila*, R M De Pauw and P A Burnett. Reactions of
western Canada spring wheat and triticale varieties to Tilletia indica, the causal agent of Kamal
bunt Canadian J. Plant Science 81 503-508
With Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lethbridge (Alberta) and Swift Current (Saskatchewan) CA

2001 GRIMANELLI Daniel Grimanelli*, Olivier Leblanc*, Enrico Perotti* and Ueli Grossniklaus.
Developmental genetics ofgametophytic apomixis Trends in Genetics 17 597-604
With Universitat Zurich, Zurich CH

2001 KOSAREK Jennifer L Kosarek*, Philip Garcia and Michael L Morris*. Factors explaining the
diffusion of hybrid maize in Latin America and the Caribbean region Agricultural Economics 26
267-280
With University of Illinois, Urbana (Illinois) US

2001 MAES Benoit Maes, Richard M Trethowan, Matthew P Reynolds, Maarten van Ginkel and Bent
Skovmand. The influence of glume pubescence on spikelet temperature of wheat under freezing
conditions Australian J. Plant Physiology 28 141-148

2001 MERAH-1 0 Merah, E Del6ens, M M Nachit* and P Monneveux. Carbon isotope
discrimination, leaf characteristics and grain yield of interspecific wheat lines and their durum
parents under Mediterranean conditions Cereal Research Communications 29 143-149
With UMR Diversite et Genome des Plantes Cultivees ENSA-INRA, Montpellier FX et Universite de Paris-Sud
Orsay FX

2001 MERAH-2 0 Merah, E Del6ens, I Souyris, M Nachit* and P Monneveux. Stability of carbon
isotope discrimination and grain yield in durum wheat Crop Science 41 677-681
With UFR Genetique et Amelioration des Plantes ENSA-INRA, Montpellier FX et Universite de Paris-Sud, Orsay
FX








2001 MICKELSON Harold R Mickelson, Hugo Cordova, Kevin V Pixley and Magnie S Bjarnason.
Heterotic relationships among nine temperate and subtropical maize populations Crop Science 41
1012-1020

2001 NACHIT M M Nachit*, I Elouafi*, M A Pagnotta, A El Saleh, E Iacono, M Labhilili, A Asbati,
M Azrak, H Hazzam, D Benscher, M Khairallah*, J-M Ribaut*, 0 A Tanzarella, E Porceddu, M E
Sorrells. Molecular linkage map for an intraspecific recombinant inbred population of durum wheat
(Triticum turgidum L. var. durum) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102 177-186
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY; Universita della
Tuscia, Viterbo IT; and Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

2001 PARDEY Philip G Pardey, Bonwoo Koo, Brian D Wright, M Eric Van Dusen, Bent Skovmand*
and Suketoshi Taba*. Costing the conservation of genetic resources: CIMMYT's ex situ maize and
wheat collection Crop Science 41 1286-1299
With International Food Policy Research Institute IFPRI, Washington (DC) US and University of California,
Berkeley and Davis (California) US

2001 PEREZ T Perez, S E Trumbore, S C Tyler, P A Matson, I Ortiz-Monasterio*, T Rahn and D W
T Griffith. Identifying the agricultural imprint on the global N20 budget using stable isotopes J.
Geophysical Research 106 D 9869-9878
With University of California, Irvine (California) US

2001 PFLUGER L A Pfliiger, R D'Ovidio, B Margiotta, R Pefia*, A Mujeeb-Kazi*, D Lafiandra.
Characterisation of high- and low-molecular weight glutenin subunits associated to the D genome
ofAegilops tauschii in a collection of synthetic hexaploid wheats Theoretical and Applied
Genetics 103 1293-1301
With Instituto de Recursos Biol6gicos INTA, Castelar AR; Universita della Tuscia, Viterbo IT; and Istituto di
Germoplasma, Bari IT

2001 RAJARAM Sanjaya Rajaram, Robert J Pefia, Reynaldo L Villareal, Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi, Ravi
Singh and Lucy Gilchrist. Utilization of wild and cultivated emmer and of diploid wheat relatives in
breeding Israel J. Plant Sciences 49 S93-S104

2001 RILEY W J Riley, I Ortiz-Monasterio* and P A Matson. Nitrogen leaching and soil nitrate,
nitrite, and ammonium levels under irrigated wheat in northern Mexico Nutrient Cycling in
Agroecoystems 61 223-236
With Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley (California) US and Stanford University, Palo Alto
(California) US

2001 RIVERA-SANCHEZ Maria del Pilar Rivera-Sanchez y Guillermo Fuentes-Davila. Diversidad
morfol6gica en la germinaci6n de las teliosporas de Tilletia indica Revista Mexicana de
Fitopatologia 19 110-115

2001 SHARP P J Sharp*, S Johnston, G Brown, R A McIntosh, M Pallotta, M Carter, H S Bariana, S
Khatkar, E S Lagudah, R P Singh*, M Khairallah*, R Potter and M G K Jones. Validation of
molecular markers for wheat breeding Australian J. Agricultural Research 52 1357-1366
With University of Sydney, Camden (New South Wales) AU

2001 SINGH Ravi P Singh*, Kazuhiro Nakamura and Julio Huerta-Espino*. Leaf rust resistance
genes in Japanese wheat cultivars Breeding Science 51 83-87
With Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station, Morioka (Iwate) JP








2001 SIVAPALAN S Sivapalan, L O'Brien, G Ortiz-Ferrara*, G J Hollamby, I Barclay and P J
Martin. Yield performance and adaptation of some Australian and CIMMYT/ICARDA developed
wheat genotypes in the West Asia North Africa (WANA) region Australian J Agricultural
Research 52 661-670
With University of Sydney, Narrabri (New South Wales) AU; University of Adelaide, Roseworthy (South
Australia) AU; Department of Agriculture, South Perth (Western Australia) AU; and Agricultural Research
Institute, Wagga Wagga (New South Wales) AU

2001 SOLERI Daniela Soleri and David A Cleveland. Farmer's genetic perceptions regarding their
crop populations: an example with maize in the central valleys of Oaxaca, Mexico Economic
Botany 55 106-128
With University of Arizona, Tucson (Arizona) US

2001 TRETHOWAN-1 Richard M Trethowan, Jose Crossa, Maarten van Ginkel and Sanjaya
Rajaram. Relationships among bread wheat international yield testing locations in dry areas Crop
Science 41 1461-1469

2001 TRETHOWAN-2 R M Trethowan, R J Pefia and M van Ginkel. The effect of indirect tests for
grain quality on the grain yield and industrial quality of bread wheat Plant Breeding 120 509-512

2001 VARGAS Mateo Vargas*, Jose Crossa*, Fred van Eeuwijk, Kenneth D Sayre* and Matthew P
Reynolds*. Interpreting treatment x environment interaction in agronomy trials Agronomy J. 93
949-960
With Wageningen University, Wageningen NL

2001 WANG J Wang*, D W Podlich, M Cooper and I H DeLacy. Power of the joint segregation
analysis method for testing mixed major-gene and polygene inheritance models of quantitative
traits Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103 804-816
With University of Queensland, Brisbane (Queensland) AU

2001 YAN Weikai Yan, Paul L Cornelius, Jose Crossa* and L A Hunt. Two types of GGE biplots for
analyzing multi-environment trial data Crop Science 41 656-663
With University of Guelph, Guelph (Ontario) CA and University of Kentucky, Lexington (Kentucky) US


2002 ARAUS J L Araus, G A Slafer, M P Reynolds* and C Royo. Plant breeding and drought in C3
cereals: what should we breed for? Annals of Botany 89 925-940
With Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona (Catalunya) ES; Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires AR; and
Centre UdL-IRTA, Lleida (Catalunya) ES

2002 AYALA Ligia Ayala*, Monique Henry*, Maarten van Ginkel*, Ravi Singh*, Beat Keller and
Mireille Khairallah*. Identification of QTLs for BYDV tolerance in bread wheat Euphytica 128
249-259
With Universitat Zurich, Zurich CH

2002 CAO Wenguang Cao, P Hucl, G Scoles, RN Chibbar, P N Fox* and B Skovmand*. Cultivar
identification and pedigree assessment of common wheat based on RAPD analysis Wheat
Information Service 95 29-35
With University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon (Saskatchewan) CA

2002 CASTRO Ariel J Castro, Xianming Chen, Patrick M Hayes, Steven J Knapp, Roland F Line,
Theerayut Toojinda and Hugo Vivar*. Coincident QTL which determine seedling and adult plant
resistance to stripe rust in barley Crop Science 42 1701-1708
With Oregon State University, Corvallis (Oregon) US and Washington State University, Pullman (Washington)
US








2002 COLLET Lutz Collet, Carlos de Leon*, Malte Kollmeie, Nicole Schmohl and Walter J Horst.
Assessment of aluminum sensitivity of maize cultivars using roots of intact plants and excised root
tips J. Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 165 357-365
With Universitat Hannover, Hannover DE

2002 CROSSA Jos6 Crossa, Paul L Cornelius and Weikai Yan. Biplots of linear-bilinear models for
studying crossover genotype x environment interaction Crop Science 42 619-633
With University of Kentucky, Lexington (Kentucky) US and University of Guelph, Guelph (Ontario) CA

2002 ERENSTEIN Olaf Erenstein. Crop residue mulching in tropical and semi-tropical countries: an
evaluation of residue availability and other technological implications Soil & Tillage Research 67
115-133
With Wageningen University, Wageningen NL

2002 FISCHER R A Fischer, F Santiveri and L R Vidal. Crop rotation, tillage and crop residue
management for wheat and maize in the sub-humid tropical highlands: I. Wheat and legume
performance; II. Maize and system performance Field Crops Research 79 107-122; 123-137

2002 FRACHEBOUD Y Fracheboud, J-M Ribaut*, M Vargas*, R Messmer and P Stamp.
Identification of quantitative trait loci for cold-tolerance of photosynthesis in maize (Zea mays L.)
J. Experimental Botany 53 1967-1977
With Eidgendssische Technische Hochschule ETH, Zurich CH

2002 GUPTA P K Gupta, H S Balyan, K J Edwards, P Isaac, V Korzun, M R6der, M-F Gautier,
P Joudrier, A R Schlatter, J Dubcovsky, R C de la Pefia, M Khairallah*, G Penner, M J Hayden, P
Sharp, B Keller, R C C Wang, J P Hardouin, P Jack and P Leroy. Genetic mapping of 66 new
microsatellite (SSR) loci in bread wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105 413-422
With 14 institutions in eight countries (AR, AU, CH, DE, FR, GB, IN, US)

2002 HARTKAMP-1 A D Hartkamp*, G Hoogenboom and J W White*. Adaptation of the
CROPGRO growth model to velvet bean (Mucunapruriens): I. Model development Field Crops
Research 78 9-25
With University of Georgia, Griffin (Georgia) US

2002 HARTKAMP-2 A D Hartkamp*, G Hoogenboom, R A Gilbert, T Benson, S A Tarawali,
A J Gijsman, W Bowen and J W White*. Adaptation of the CROPGRO growth model to velvet
bean (Mucunapruriens): II. Cultivar evaluation and testing Field Crops Research 78 27-40
With other institutions in five countries (CO, MW, NG, PE, US)

2002 HARRINGTON Larry Harrington, Jeffrey White, Peter Grace, David Hodson, Agnes Dewi
Hartkamp, Christopher Vaughan and Craig Meisner. Delivering the goods: scaling out results of
natural resource management research Conservation Ecology (an online journal) 5 (2) article 19

2002 HEDE A R Hede*, B Skovmand*, D Gonzalez-de-L6on* and O Stolen. Evaluation of
aluminium tolerance in a spring rye collection by hydroponic screening Plant Breeding 121 241-
248
With Norwegian Crop Research Institute, Njes, Leikanger NO

2002 HESSLER T G Hessler, M J Thomson, D Benscher, M M Nachit* and M E Sorrells.
Association of a lipoxygenase locus, Lpx-Bl, with variation in lipoxygenase activity in durum
wheat seeds Crop Science 42 1695-1700
With Cornell University. Ithaca (New York) US








2002 KUMAR-1 Harish Kumar and John Mihm. Fall armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae),
southwestern corn borer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) and sugarcane borer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)
damage and grain yield of four maize hybrids in relation to four tillage systems Crop Protection 21
121-128

2002 KUMAR-2 Harish Kumar. Plant damage and grain yield reduction by fall armyworm and stem
borers on certain maize hybrids containing resistance genes from varying sources under
experimental and farmers field conditions Crop Protection 21 563-573

2002 KUMAR-3 Harish Kumar. Resistance in maize to the larger grain borer, Prostephanus truncatus
(Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) J. Stored Products Research 38 267-280

2002 LEBLANC Olivier Leblanc, Celine Pointe and Martha Hemandez. Cell cycle progression
during endosperm development in Zea mays depends on parental dosage effects Plant J. 32 1057-
1066

2002 LIMON-ORTEGA Agustin Limon-Ortega*, Kenneth D Sayre*, Rhae A Drijber and Charles A
Francis. Soil attributes in a furrow-irrigated bed planting system in northwest Mexico Soil &
Tillage Research 63 123-132
With University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US

2002 LOBELL David B Lobell, J Ivan Ortiz-Monasterio*, C Lee Adams and Gregory P Asner. Soil,
climate, and management impacts on regional wheat productivity in Mexico from remote sensing
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 114 31-43
With Carnegie Institution of Washington, Stanford (California) US and Stanford University, Stanford (California)
US

2002 MANSKE G G B Manske, J I Ortiz-Monasterio*, R M van Ginkel*, S Rajaram* and P L G
Vlek. Phosphorus use efficiency in tall, semi-dwarf and dwarf near-isogenic lines of spring wheat
Euphytica 125 113-119
With Universitat Gdttingen, Gdttingen DE

2002 PELLEGRINESCHI-1 A Pellegrineschi, L M Noguera, B Skovmand, R M Brito, L Velazquez,
M M Salgado, R Hernandez, M Warburton and D Hoisington. Identification of highly
transformable wheat genotypes for mass production of fertile transgenic plants Genome 45 421-
430

2002 PELLEGRINESCHI-2 A Pellegrineschi, R M Brito, L Velazquez, L M Noguera, S McLean
and D Hoisington. The effect of pretreatment with mild heat and drought stresses on the explant
and biolistic transformation frequency of three durum wheat cultivars Plant Cell Reports 20 955-
960

2002 PINGALI P L Pingali* and G Traxler. Changing locus of agriculture research: will the poor
benefit from biotechnology and privatization trends? Food Policy 27 223-238
With Auburn University, Auburn (Alabama) US

2002 PIXLEY Kevin V Pixley and Magni S Bjarnason. Stability of grain yield, endosperm
modification, and protein quality of hybrid and open-pollinated quality protein maize (QPM)
cultivars Crop Science 42 1882-1890

2002 PRITCHARD D J Pritchard, P A Hollington, W P Davies, J Gorham, J L Diaz de Leon and A
Mujeeb-Kazi*. K+/Na+ discrimination in synthetic hexaploid wheat lines: transfer of the trait for
K+/Na+ discrimination from Aegilops tauschii into a Triticum turgidum background Cereal
Research Communications 30 261-267
With Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester (Glos) GB and University of Wales, Bangor (Wales) GB








2002 REEVES Timothy G Reeves and Kelly Cassaday. History and past achievements of plant
breeding Australian J Agricultural Research 53 851-863

2002 REYNOLDS M P Reynolds, R Trethowan, J Crossa, M Vargas and K D Sayre. Physiological
factors associated with genotype by environment interaction in wheat Field Crops Research 75
139-160. A corrected version of this paper was published in Field Crops Research 85 251-274
(2004)

2002 RIBAUT J-M Ribaut, C Jiang and D Hoisington. Simulation experiments on efficiencies of gene
introgression by backcrossing Crop Science 42 557-565

2002 SHAMUDZARIRA Z Shamudzarira* and M J Robertson. Simulating response of maize to
nitrogen fertilizer in semi-arid Zimbabwe ExperimentalAgriculture 38 79-96
With CSIRO Tropical, Brisbane (Queensland) AU

2002 SMALE M Smale, M P Reynolds, M Warburton, B Skovmand, R Trethowan, R P Singh,
I Ortiz-Monasterio and J Crossa. Dimensions of diversity in modem spring bread wheat in
developing countries from 1965 Crop Science 42 1766-1779

2002 TRETHOWAN Richard M Trethowan, Maarten van Ginkel and Sanjaya Rajaram. Progress in
breeding wheat for yield and adaptation in global drought affected environments Crop Science 42
1441-1446

2002 WARBURTON-1 Marilyn L Warburton*, Xia Xianchun*, Jose Crossa*, Jorge Franco, Albrecht
E Melchinger, Matthias Frisch, Martin Bohn and David Hoisington*. Genetic characterization of
CIMMYT inbred maize lines and open pollinated populations using large scale fingerprinting
methods Crop Science 42 1832-1840
With Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgard DE

2002 WARBURTON-2 M L Warburton, B Skovmand and A Mujeeb-Kazi. The molecular genetic
characterization of the 'Bobwhite' bread wheat family using AFLPs and the effect of the T1BL.1RS
transformation Theoretical and Applied Genetics 104 868-873

2002 WHITE Jeffrey W White*, John D Corbett and Achim Dobermann. Insufficient geographic
characterization and analysis in the planning, execution and dissemination of agronomic research?
Field Crops Research 76 45-54
With Mud Springs Geographers Inc., Temple (Texas) US and Unitersity of Nebraska, Lincoln (Nebraska) US

2002 WILLCOX M C Willcox, M M Khairallah, D Bergvinson, J Crossa, J A Deutsch, G 0
Edmeades, D Gonzalez-de-Le6n, C Jiang, D C Jewell, J A Mihm, W P Williams and D Hosington.
Selection for resistance to southwestern corn borer using marker-assisted and conventional
backcrossing Crop Science 42 1516-1528









PART B RESEARCH COOPERATION WITH NARS


AR 1973 PARISI Ruben A Parisi C, Alejandro Ortega C* y Roberto Reyna R. El dailo de Diatraea
saccharalis Fabricius (Lepid6ptera: Pyralidae) en relaci6n con la densidad de plants, nivel de
fertilidad e hibridos de maiz, en Argentina Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 13 43-63 AGRIS 75-
040943
Con Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria, Pergamino (Buenos Aires) AR y Colegio de
Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

AR 1973 TORRES Carlos Torres G, Carlos Sosa Moss y Alejandro Ortega C*. Comportamiento de
variedades e hibridos de maiz frente al ataque de Diatraea saccharalis Fabricius (Lepid6ptera:
Pyralidae) en Argentina Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 13 31-41 AGRIS 75-040944
Con Instituto Nacional de Technologia Agropecuaria, Pergamino (Buenos Aires) AR y Colegio de
Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

AR 1984 MOSCARDI Edgardo Moscardi y Juan Carlos Martinez*. Investigaci6n en producci6n en
campos de agricultores: ideas principles, problems y oportunidades para su implementaci6n
Desarrollo Rural en las Amdricas 16 105-120 AGRIS 87-009468
Con Secretaria de Agricultura, Buenos Aires AR

AR 1995 BENITEZ Ignacio Benitez Riquelme, Omar Polidoro y Alfredo Calzolari. Relaci6n entire la
biomasa total y el rendimiento de grano en trigo Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 18 174-187
De Estaci6n Experimental Agropecuaria INTA, Pergamino (Buenos Aires) AR y Colegio de Postgraduados,
Montecillo MX

AR 1997 ABBATE P E Abbate, F H Andrade, J P Culot, P S Bindraban*. Grain yield in wheat:
effects of radiation during spike growth period Field Crops Research 54 245-257
With Unidad Integrada Balcarce, Balcarce (Buenos Aires) AR


BD 1995 MALAKER P K Malaker and R P Singh*. Characterization of leaf rust resistance in some
bread wheats of Bangladesh Bangladesh J. Plant Pathology 11 9-16
With Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute, Jessore BD

BD 1996 MORRIS Michael Morris*, Nuimuddin Chowdhury and Craig Meisner*. Economics of
wheat production in Bangladesh Food Policy 21 541-560 AGRIS 97-029988

BD 1998 TIMSINA Jagadish Timsina, Upendra Singh, Mohammed Badaruddin and Craig Meisner*.
Cultivar, nitrogen, and moisture effects on a rice-wheat sequence: experimentation and simulation
Agronomy J 90 119-130 AGRIS 1998-091250
With International Rice Research Institute IRRI, Manila PH; International Fertilizer Development Center IFDC,
Muscle Shoals (Alabama) US; and Wheat Research Centre, Nashipur BD

BD 1999 BADARUDDIN Mohamad Badaruddin, Matthew P Reynolds* and Osman A A Ageeb.
Wheat management in warm environments: effect of organic and inorganic fertilizers, irrigation
frequency, and mulching Agronomy J. 91 975-983
With Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute, Nashipur BD and Sudan Agricultural Research Corporation,
Wad Medani SD

BD 1999 see also NP 1999 ADHIKARI








BD 2001 TIMSINA J Timsina, U Singh, M Badaruddin, C Meisner* and M R Amin. Cultivar,
nitrogen, and water effects on productivity, and nitrogen-use efficiency and balance for rice-wheat
sequences of Bangladesh Field Crops Research 72 143-161
With International Rice Research Institute IRRI, Manila PH and Wheat Research Centre, Nashipur BD


BR 1992 MEHTA Y R Mehta, C R Riede, L A C Campos and M M Kohli*. Integrated management
of major wheat diseases in Brazil: an example for the southern cone region of Latin America Crop
Protection 11 517-524 AGRIS 94-087960
With Instituto Agron6mico do Parana, Londrina (Parana) BR

BR 1994 CROSSA J Crossa* and R Vencovsky. Implications of the variance effective population size
on the genetic conservation of monoecious species Theoretical and Applied Genetics 89 936-942
AGRIS 97-088985
With Universidade de Sao Paulo, Piracicaba (Sao Paulo) BR

BR 1994 PANDEY S Pandey*, H Ceballos*, R Magnavaca, A F C Bahia Filho, J Duque-Vargas* and
L E Vinasco*. Genetics of tolerance to soil acidity in tropical maize Crop Science 34 1511-1514
AGRIS 96-002608
With Centro Nacional de Pesquisa de Milho e Sorgo EMBRAPA, Sete Lagoas (Minas Gerais) BR

BR 1994 ROSA Ottoni de Souza Rosa, Carlos Eduardo de Oliveira Camargo, Sanjaya Rajaram* e
Ana Christina Albuquerque Zanatta. Produtividade de trigo (Triticum aestivum (L.) Thell.) com
tolerancia ao aluminio t6xico no solo Pesquisa Agropecudria Brasileira 29 411-417 AGRIS 95-
049940
Cor Centro Nacional de Pesquisa de Trigo EMBRAPA, Passo Fundo (Rio Grande do Sul) BR

BR 1995 BORRERO J C Borrero*, S Pandey*, H Ceballos*, R Magnavaca and A F C Bahia Filho.
Genetic variances for tolerance to soil acidity in a tropical maize population Maydica 40 283-288
AGRIS 96-153188
With Centro Nacional de Pesquisa de Milho e Sorgo EMBRAPA, Sete Lagoas (Minas Gerais) BR

BR 1997 QUINTANA Casiano Quintana Carvajal, Fernando Inaja F6lix de Carvalho, Rosa Lia
Barbieri, Man Mohan Kohli*, Luiz Carlos Federizzi e Marcelo Teixera Pacheco. Seleg~o para
period de florescimento e estatura de plant e seu efeito no rendimento de graos de trigo Pesquisa
Agropecudria Brasileira 32 1167-1176 AGRIS 1998-113157
Con Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul) BR

BR 1997 CARVALHO C H S Carvalho, N Bohorova*, P N Bordallo, L L Abreu, F H Valicente, W
Bressan and E Paiva. Type II callus production and plant regeneration in tropical maize genotypes
Plant Cell Reports 17 73-76
With Centro Nacional de Pesquisa de Milho e Sorgo EMBRAPA, Sete Lagoas (Minas Gerais) BR

BR 1997 CRISTALDO-1 R M de Lujan Oviedo de Cristaldo, F Iraja F6lix de Carvalho, R L Barbieri,
M Mohan Kohli*, A L Cunha Domelles, C L Handel and F Bered. Response of different
subcultures of wheat callus to toxic filtrates ofHelminthosporium sativum J. Genetics & Breeding
51 39-43 AGRIS 1998-070966
With Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul) BR

BR 1997 CRISTALDO-2 Rosa Maria De Lujan Oviedo de Cristaldo, Fernando Iraja F6lix De
Carvalho, Man Mohan Kohli*, Rosa Lia Barbieri, Luiz Carlos Federizzi, Carlos Pierobom.
Relationship between in vitro and seedling selection for resistance to spot blotch (lp,, '"i i,,
sorokiniana) in wheat Pesquisa Agropecudria Gaticha 3 147-152 AGRIS 1999-031689
With Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Capao de Leao (Rio Grande do Sul) BR and Universidade Federal de
Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul) BR










BR 1997 CROSSA Jos6 Crossa* and Roland Vencovsky. Variance effective population size for two-
stage sampling of monoecious species Crop Science 37 14-26 AGRIS 97-158994
With Universidade de Sao Paulo, Piracicaba (Sao Paulo) BR

BR 1999 CROSSA J Crossa* and R Venkovsky. Sample size and variance effective population size
for genetic resources conservation Plant Genetics Resources Newsletter 119 (supplement) 15-25
With Universidade de Sao Paulo, Piracicaba (Sao Paulo) BR

BR 1999 VENCOVSKY Roland Vencovsky and Jos6 Crossa*. Variance effective population size
under mixed self and random mating with applications to genetic conservation of species Crop
Science 39 1282-1294
With Universidade de Sao Paulo, Piracicaba (Sao Paulo) BR

BR 2000 CAVIEDES Mario Caviedes Cepeda, Claudio Lopes de Souza Junior, Shivaji Pandey* e
Luis Narro Leon*. Efeitos g6nicos e oscillagio gen6tica associados a sele~io recorrente
intrapopulacional na populaggo de milho SA3 Pesquisa Agropecudria Brasileira 35 1585-1593
AGRIS 2002-016932
Con Universidade de Sao Paulo, Piracicaba (Sao Paulo) BR


CO 1995 PEREZ-VELASQUEZ J C P6rez-Velasquez, H Ceballos*, S Pandey* and C Diaz-Amaris.
Analysis of diallel crosses among Colombian landraces and improved populations of maize Crop
Science 35 572-578 AGRIS 97-075581
With Federaci6n Nacional de Cultivadores de Cereales FENALCE, Monteria and Instituto Colombiano
Agropecuario ICA, Medellin CO

CO 1996 URREA-GOMEZ R Urrea-G6mez, Heman Ceballos*, Shivaji Pandey*, Antonio F C Bahia
Filho and Luis A Le6n*. A greenhouse screening technique for acid soil tolerance in maize
Agronomy J. 88 806-812 AGRIS 97-144469
With Federaci6n Nacional de Cultivadores de Cereales FENALCE, Monteria CO and Centro Nacional de
Pesquisa de Milho e Sorgo EMBRAPA, Sete Lagoas (Minas Gerais) BR

CO 1997 SALAZAR F S Salazar*, S Pandey*, L Narro*, J C Perez*, H Ceballos, S N Parentoni and
AFC Bahia Filho. Diallel analysis of acid-soil tolerant and intolerant tropical maize populations
Crop Science 37 1457-1462 AGRIS 1998-081696
With Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Palmira (Valle) CO and Centro Nacional de Pesquisa de Milho e
Sorgo EMBRAPA, Sete Lagoas (Minas Gerais) BR


CN 1994 LI Li Xingpu, V I Villareal*, S Rajaram* and E Toro*. The correlation between agronomic
characters in different wheat Rht gene varieties [in Chinese, English abstract] J. Hebei
Agrotechnical Teachers College 8 (2) 14-19
With Institute of Cereal and Oil Crops, Shijiazhuang (Hebei) CN

CN 2000 YUAN Yuan Li-Xing, Fu Jun-Hua, M Warburton*, Li Xin-Hai, Zhang Shi-Huang, M
Khairallah*, Liu Xin-Zhi, Peng Ze-Bin, Li Lian-Cheng. Comparison of genetic diversity among
maize inbred lines based on RFLPs, SSRs, AFLPs and RAPDs [in Chinese, English abstract] Acta
Genetica Sinica 27 725-733
With Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences CAAS, Beijing CN

CN 2001 YAN Yan Jun, Zhang Yong and He Zhong-hu*. Investigation on paste property of Chinese
wheat [in Chinese, English abstract] Scientia Agricultura Sinica 34 9-13 AGRIS 2001-031294.
For complete English translation, see CN 2002 YAN
With Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences CAAS, Beijing CN









CN 2001 YUAN Yuan Li-Xing, Fu Jun-Hua, Zhang Shi-Huang, Liu Xin-Zhi, Peng Ze-Bin, Li Xin-
Hai, M Warburton* and M Khairallah*. Heterotic grouping of maize inbred lines using RFLP and
SSR markers [in Chinese, English abstract] Acta Agronomica Sinica 27 149-156
With Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences CAAS and Ministry of Agriculture, Beijing CN

CN 2002 LIU Liu Jian-Jun, He Zhong-Hu*, Zhao Zhen-Dong, Liu Ai-Feng, Song Jian-Min and R J
Pena*. Investigation on relation ship between wheat quality traits and quality parameters of dry
white Chinese noodles [in Chinese, English abstract] Acta Agronomica Sinica 28 738-742
With Shandong Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Jinan (Shandong) CN and Chinese Academy of Agricultural
Sciences CAAS, Beijing CN

CN 2002 YAN Yan Jun, Zhang Yong and He Zhong-hu*. Investigation of paste property of Chinese
bread wheat varieties Agricultural Sciences in China 1 45-49. For original Chinese text, see CN
2001 YAN
With Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences CAAS, Beijing CN

CN 2002 ZHANG-FL Zhang Feng-Lu and S N Mugo*. The effects of divergent selection for root
capacitance in maize [in Chinese, English abstract] Acta Agronomica Sinica 28 561-563
With Agricultural University of Hebei, Baoding (Hebei) CN

CN 2002 ZHANG-Y Zhang Yong and He Zhong-hu*. Investigation of pasting characteristics of
spring-sown Chinese bread wheats Agricultural Sciences in China 1 720-724
With Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences CAAS, Beijing CN

CN 2002 ZHOU Zhou Yan-hua, He Zhong-hu*, Yan Jun, Zhang Yan, Wang De-sen and Zhou Gui-
ying. Distribution of grain hardness in Chinese wheat and genetic analysis [in Chinese, English
abstract] Scientia Agricultura Sinica 35 1177-1185
With Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences CAAS, Beijing CN


CU 1996 IGLESIAS L A Iglesias, Katiuska Romero, Lucy Gilchrist* and A Mujeeb-Kazi*. Estudio
preliminary de las plagas y enfermedades que pueden constituir un peligro para el cultivo del trigo
(Triticum aestivum L.) en Cuba Cultivos Tropicales 17 75-78 AGRIS 97-019516
Con Estaci6n Experimental del Arroz "Los Palacios", La Habana CU


DO 1990 PIERRE R Pierre, A Robles, R Celado, W R Raun* and H J Barreto*. Maize yield response
to sulphur and phosphorus applied under different tillage systems in the Dominican Republic
Sulphur in Agriculture 14 16-19
With Centro Sur de Desarrollo Agropecuario CESDA, San Cristobal DO


EC 1989 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee. Bread and butter issues in Ecuadorian food policy: a
comparative advantage approach World Development 17 1585-1596 AGRIS 91-000640
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, Quito EC

EC 1996 BROERS L H M Broers*, X Cuesta Subias and R M L6pez Atilano*. Field assessment of
quantitative resistance to yellow rust in ten spring bread wheat cultivars Euphytica 90 9-16
AGRIS 97-018342
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, Quito EC


EG 1975 SHEHATA A H Shehata and N L Dhawan. Genetic analysis of grain yield in maize as
manifested in genetically diverse varietal populations and their crosses Egyptian J Genetics and
Cytology 4 90-116
With Institute of Crop Research, Giza EG









ET 1990 AYELE Ayele Badebo, Ron W Stubbs, Maarten van Ginkel* and Getinet Gebeyehu.
Identification of resistance genes to Puccinia striiformis in seedlings of Ethiopian and CIMMYT
bread wheat varieties and lines Netherlands J. Plant Pathology 96 199-210 AGRIS 91-033827
With Kulumsa Research Center IAR, Asella ET, Holletta Research Center IAR, Holletta ET and Research
Institute for Plant Protection IPO, Wageningen NL

ET 1992 WORKNEH Workneh Negatu, Wilfred Mwangi* and Tesfaye Tesemma. Farmers' varietal
preferences for durum wheat in Ada, Lume and Gimbichu woredas Ethiopian J. Agricultural
Science 13 88-100 AGRIS 95-061926
With Alemaya University of Agriculture, Debre Zeit ET

ET 1993 TANNER-1 D G Tanner*, Amanuel Gorfu and Asefa Taa. Fertiliser effects on sustainability
in the wheat-based small-holder farming systems of southeastern Ethiopia Field Crops Research
33 235-248 AGRIS 93-063770
With Kulumsa Research Centre IAR, Asela ET

ET 1993 TANNER-2 D G Tanner*, Giref Sahile and Dereje Dejene. Potential benefits of herbicidal
weed control for bread wheat production in the peasant farming systems of south-eastern Ethiopia
Tropical Agriculture 70 260-266 AGRIS 96-158147
With Institute of Agricultural Research IAR, Addis Ababa ET

ET 1994 AMSAL Amsal Tarekegne, D G Tanner* and Getinet Gebeyehu. Effects of genetic
improvement on morpho-physiological characters related to grain yield of bread wheat in Ethiopia
African Crop Science J. 2 247-255
With Institute of Agricultural Research IAR, Addis Ababa ET

ET 1994 FASIL Fasil Reda, L G Butler, Gebisa Ejeta and J K Ransom*. Screening of maize
genotypes for low Striga asiatica stimulant production using the 'agar gel technique' African Crop
Science J 2 173-177 AGRIS 95-156386
With Institute of Agricultural Research IAR, Addis Ababa ET and Purdue University, West Lafayette (Indiana)
US

ET 1994 TANNER D G Tanner*, Zewdu Yilma, Lemma Zewdie and Girmay Gebru. Potential for
cereal-based double cropping in Bale region of southeastern Ethiopia African Crop Science J. 2
135-143 AGRIS 95-151236
With Sinana Research Centre, Robe (Bale) ET

ET 1994 ZEWDU Zewdu Yilma and Douglas G Tanner*. Response of bread wheat to rate and timing
of nitrogen application in a marginal rainfall zone in Ethiopia African Crop Science J. 2 291-299
With Sinana Research Centre, Robe (Bale) ET

ET 1995 AMSAL-1 Amsal Tarekegne, D G Tanner* and Getinet Gebeyehu. Improvement in yield of
bread wheat cultivars released in Ethiopia from 1949 to 1987 African Crop Science J. 3 41-49
With Institute of Agricultural Research, Addis Ababa ET

ET 1995 AMSAL-2 Amsal Tarekegne, D G Tanner*, Tesfaye Tesemma and Getinet Gebeyehu.
Improvement of durum wheat yield and associated effects on morpho-physiological characters
African Crop Science J. 3 433-442
With Institute of Agricultural Research, Addis Ababa and Debre Zeit Agricultural Research Centre, Debre Zeit
ET

ET 1995 ASMARE Asmare Yallew, D G Tanner*, Regassa Ensermu and Alemu Haile. On-farm
evaluation of alternative bread wheat production technologies in northwestern Ethiopia African
Crop Science J. 3 443-449
With Adet Research Centre, Bahir Dar and Kulumsa Research Centre, Asela ET









ET 1995 SOLOMON Solomon Assefa, Bekele Geleta and D G Tanner*. Yield stability analysis of
nine spring bread wheat genotypes in the central highlands of Ethiopia African Crop Science J. 3
35-40
With Institute of Agricultural Research IAR, Addis Ababa ET

ET 1995 TANNER D G Tanner*, Giref Sahile and Workiye Tilahun. Competitive ability of Ehiopian
spring bread wheat cultivars with Avenafatua L. African Crop Science J. 3 83-91
With Kulumsa Research Centre, Asella ET

ET 1995 TILAHUN Tilahun Geleto, D G Tanner*, Tekalign Mamo and Getinet Gebeyehu. Response
of rainfed bread and durum wheat to source, level, and timing of nitrogen fertilizer on two
Ethiopian vertisols: I. Yield and yield components Communications in Soil Science and Plant
Analysis 26 1773-1794 AGRIS 96-052162
With Sinana Research Center, Robe (Bale); Debre Zeit Agricultural Research Center, Debre Zeit; and Institute
of Agricultural Research, Addis Ababa ET

ET 1996 TAYE-1 Taye Tessema, D G Tanner* and Mengistu Hulluka. Grass weed competition with
bread wheat in Ethiopia: I. Effects on selected crop and weed vegetative parameters and yield
components African Crop Science J. 4 399-409
With Institute of Agricultural Research, Ambo and Alemaya University of Agriculture, Alemaya ET

ET 1996 TAYE-2 Taye Tessema, D G Tanner* and Mohamed Hassena. Grass weed competition with
bread wheat in Ethiopia: II. Prediction of grain yield loss and implications for economic weed
control African Crop Science J 4 411-421
With Institute of Agricultural Research, Ambo and Asella ET

ET 1996 TILAHUN Tilahun Geleto, D G Tanner*, Tekalign Mamo and Getinet Gebeyehu. Response
of rainfed bread and durum wheat to source, level and timing of nitrogen fertilizer on two Ethiopian
vertisols: II. N uptake, recovery and efficiency Fertilizer Research 44 195-204 AGRIS 97-074494
With Sinana Research Center, Robe (Bale); Debre Zeit Agricultural Research Center, Debre Zeit; and Institute
of Agricultural Research, Addis Ababa ET

ET 1997 AMSAL Amsal Tarekegne, D G Tanner*, Amanuel Gorfu, Tilahun Geleto and Zewdu
Yilma. The effects of several crop management factors on bread wheat yields in the Ethiopian
highlands African Crop Science J. 5 161-174
With Institute of Agricultural Research, Addis Ababa; Sinana Research Centre, Robe (Bale); and Sheno
Research Centre, Sheno (Shewa) ET

ET 1997 ASEFA-1 Asefa Taa, D G Tanner*, Kefyalew Girma and Amanuel Gorfu. Grain yield of
barley as affected by cropping sequence and fertilizer application in southeastern Ethiopia African
Crop Science J. 5 135-146
With Kulumsa Research Centre, Asella ET

ET 1997 ASEFA-2 Asefa Taa, D G Tanner*, Kefyalew Girma and Amanuel Gorfu. Grain yield of
wheat as affected by cropping sequence and fertilizer application in southeastern Ethiopia African
Crop Science J 5 147-159
With Kulumsa Research Centre, Asella ET

ET 1997 ASEFA-3 Asefa Taa, D G Tanner*, Melesse Temesgen and Kelyalew Girma. On-farm
evaluation of an animal-drawn implement developed in Ethiopia for row placement of wheat seed
and basal fertilizer African Crop Science J 5 359-369
With Kulumsa Research Centre, Asella ET








ET 1997 ASFAW Asfaw Negassa, Kisan Gunjal, Wilfred Mwangi* and Beyene Seboka. Factors
affecting the adoption of maize production technologies in Bako area, Ethiopia Ethiopian J.
Agricultural Economics 1 (2) 52-73 AGRIS 97-126943
With Institute of Agricultural Research, Addis Ababa ET

ET 1997 TAYE Taye Tessema and D G Tanner*. Grass weed competition and calculated economic
threshold densities in bread wheat in Ethiopia African Crop Science J. 5 371-384
With Plant Protection Research Centre, Ambo ET

ET 1999 BELAY Belay Simane, D G Tanner*, Amsal Tarekegne and Asefa Taa. Agro-ecological
decision support systems for wheat improvement in Ethiopia: climatic characterisation and
clustering of wheat growing regions African Crop Science J. 7 9-19
With Alemaya University of Agriculture, Dire Dawa ET; Holetta Research Centre EARO, Addis Ababa ET; and
Kulumsa Research Centre EARO, Asella ET

ET 1999 SELAMYIHUN Selamyihun Kidanu, D G Tanner* and Tekalign Mamo. Effect of nitrogen
fertilizer applied to tef on the yield and N response of succeeding tef and durum wheat on a
highland vertisol African Crop Science J. 7 35-46
With Debre Zeit Agricultural Research Centre, Debre Zeit ET

ET 2000 AMANUEL G Amanuel, R F Ktihne, D G Tanner* and P L G Vlek. Biological nitrogen
fixation in faba bean (Viciafaba L.) in the Ethiopian highlands as affected by P fertilization and
inoculation Biology and Fertility of Soils 32 353-359
With Kulumsa Research Center EARO, Asella ET and Universitat Gdttingen, Gdttingen DE

ET 2000 ESILABA A O Esilaba, F Reda, J K Ransom*, Wondimu Bayu, Gebremehdin Woldewahid
and Beyenesh Zemichael. Integrated nutrient management strategies for soil fertility improvement
and Striga control in northern Ethiopia African Crop Science J. 8 403-410
With Ethiopian Agricultural Research Institute EARO, Addis Ababa ET

ET 2000 GIRMA Girma Taye, Amsal Tarekegne and D G Tanner*. Estimation of optimum plot
dimensions and replication number for wheat experimentation in Ethiopia African Crop Science J.
811-23
With Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organisation EARO, Addis Ababa ET

ET 2000 SELAMYIHUN Selamyihum Kidanu, D G Tanner* and Tekalign Mamo. Residual effects
of nitrogen fertilizer on the yield and N composition of succeeding cereal crops and on soil
chemical properties of an Ethiopian highland Vertisol Canadian J. Soil Science 80 63-69
With Debre Zeit Agricultural Research Centre, Debre Zeit ET

ET 2001 AMSAL Amsal Tarekegne and Douglas Tanner*. Effects of fertilizer application on N and P
uptake, recovery and use efficiency of bread wheat grown on two soil types in central Ethiopia
Ethiopian J. Natural Resources 3 219-244
With Holetta Research Center, Addis Ababa ET

ET 2001 ASEFA Asefa Taa, D G Tanner* and A T P Bennie. Effects of stubble management, tillage
and cropping sequence on wheat crop performance in Ethiopia: II. Changes in soil penetration
resistance Ethiopian J. Natural Resources 3 39-59
With Kulumsa Research Centre EARO, Asella ET and University of the Free State, Bloemfontein ZA

ET 2001 MINALE Minale Liben, Douglas Tanner*, Alemayehu Assefa and Tilahun Tadesse.
Cropping sequence and fertilizer effects on yield and profitability in a wheat-based crop rotation
trial in north-western Ethiopia Ethiopian J. Natural Resources 3 195-218
With Adet Research Center, Bahir Dar ET









ET 2002 ASEFA-1 Asefa Taa, D G Tanner* and A T P Bennie. Effect of stubble management, tillage
and cropping sequence on the severity of take-all and eyespot diseases of wheat African Crop
Science J 10 67-79
With Kulumsa Research Centre EARO, Asella ET and University of the Free State, Bloemfontein ZA

ET 2002 ASEFA-2 Asefa Taa, D Tanner* and A T P Bennie. Effects of wheat straw on wheat
seedling growth, development and nutrient content Ethiopian J. Natural Resources 4 1-20
With Kulumsa Research Centre EARO, Asella ET and University of the Free State, Bloemfontein ZA

ET 2002 EFREM Efrem Bechere, R J Pefia* and Demisse Mitiku. Glutenin composition, quality
characteristics, and agronomic attributes of durum wheat cultivars released in Ethiopia African
Crop Science J 10 173-182
With Debre Zeit Agricultural Research Center EARO, Debre Zeit ET


ID 1981 MONTGOMERY Roger Montgomery. Maize yield increases in East Java Bull. Indonesian
Economic Studies 27 (3) 74-85
With Central Research Institute for Agriculture, Bogor and Malang ID


IL 1983 EYAL Z Eyal, I Wahl and J M Prescott*. Evaluation of germplasm response to Septoria leaf
blotch of wheat Euphytica 32 439-446 AGRIS 84-042640
With Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv IL

IL 1983 YECHILEVICH-AUSTER Meira Yechilevich-Auster, Edna Levi and Z Eyal. Assessment
of interactions between cultivated and wild wheats and Septoria tritici Phytopathology 73 1077-
1083 AGRIS 84-071305
From Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv IL

IL 1990 DANON T Danon and Z Eyal. Inheritance of resistance to two Septoria tritici isolates in
spring and winter bread wheat cultivars Euphytica 47 203-214 AGRIS 90-072332
From Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv IL

IL 1991 ZELIKOVITCH Noga Zelikovitch and Z Eyal. Reduction in pycnidial coverage after
inoculation of wheat with mixtures of isolates of Septoria tritici Plant Disease 75 907-910 AGRIS
93-066172
From Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv IL

IL 1992 EYAL Z Eyal. The response of field-inoculated wheat cultivars to mixtures of Septoria tritici
isolates Euphytica 61 25-35 AGRIS 93-002928
From Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv IL

IL 1992 ZELIKOVITCH Noga Zelikovitch, Z Eyal and Y Kashman. Isolation, purification and
biological activity of an inhibitor from Septoria tritici Phytopathology 82 275-278 AGRIS 92-
116661
From Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv IL and Institute for Plant Protection IPO, Wageningen NL

IL 1993 COHEN L Cohen and Z Eyal. The histology of processes associated with the infection of
resistant and susceptible wheat cultivars with Septoria tritici Plant Pathology 42 737-743 AGRIS
96-109768
From Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv IL

IL 1996 GRESSEL J Gressel, L Segel and J K Ransom*. Managing the delay of evolution of
herbicide resistance in parasitic weeds International J Pest Management 42 113-129 AGRIS 97-
006048
With Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot IL








IL 2001 KANAMPIU Fred K Kanampiu*, Joel K Ransom* and Jonathan Gressel. Imazapyr seed
dressings for Striga control on acetolactate synthase target-site resistant maize Crop Protection 20
885-895
With Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot IL

IL 2002 KANAMPIU-1 Fred K Kanampiu*, Joel K Ransom*, Dennis Friesen* and Jonathan Gressel.
Imazapyr and pyrithiobac movement in soil and from maize seed coats to control Striga in legume
intercropping Crop Protection 21 611-619
With Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot IL

IL 2002 KANAMPIU-2 Fred K Kanampiu*, Dennis Friesen* and Jonathan Gressel. CIMMYT
collaborative efforts unveils herbicide-coated maize seed technology to curb problematic Striga
Integrated Pest Management Reviews 7 63-64
With Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot IL

IL 2002 KANAMPIU-3 Fred Kanampiu*, Joel Ransom*, Jonathan Gressel, David Jewell*, Dennis
Friesen*, Daniel Grimanelli and David Hoisington*. Appropriateness of biotechnology to African
agriculture: Striga and maize as paradigms Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 69 105-110
With Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot IL


IN 1977 NAGARAJAN S Nagarajan, H Singh, L M Joshi and E E Saari*. Prediction of Puccinia
graminis f. sp. tritici on wheat in India by trapping the uredospores in rain samples
Phytoparasitica 5 104-108
With Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi and University of Delhi, Delhi IN

IN 1980 BIGGS Stephen D Biggs. On-farm research in an integrated agricultural technology
development system: case study of triticale for the Himalayan hills Agricultural Administration 7
133-145
With G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar (Uttar Pradesh) IN

IN 1980 NAGARAJAN S Nagarajan, S K Sinha, L M Joshi and E E Saari*. Interaction between
kernel filling in wheat and leaf rust infection in North India Z. Pflanzenkrankheiten und
Pflanzenschutz 87 221-226 AGRIS 82-734460
With Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi IN

IN 1989 BHAT S Shankara Bhat, P S Bhavanishankara Gowda, M R Bonde and B L Renfro*. Nuclei
in conidia of Peronosclerospora sorghi from different geographic areas Indian Phytopathology 42
544-548
With University of Mysore, Mysore (Karnataka) IN

IN 1990 SINGH A J Singh and D Byerlee*. Relative variability in wheat yields across countries and
over time J Agricultural Economics 41 21-32 AGRIS 91-057993
With Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana (Punjab) IN

IN 1993 DHILLON B S Dhillon, G Granados R* and A S Khehra. Recurrent selection for
intrapopulation improvement for insect resistance Cereal Research Communications 21 331-335
With Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana (Punjab) IN

IN 1993 SHARMA R C Sharma, Carlos De Leon* and M M Payak. Diseases of maize in south and
south-east Asia: problems and progress Crop Protection 12 414-422 AGRIS 96-041890
With Indian Agricultural Research Institute and National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, New Delhi IN









IN 1994 ORTIZ-MONASTERIO J I Ortiz-Monasterio R*, S S Dhillon and R A Fischer*. Date of
sowing effects on grain yield and yield components of irrigated spring wheat cultivars and
relationships with radiation and temperature in Ludhiana, India Field Crops Research 37 169-184
AGRIS 95-075247
With Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana (Punjab) IN

IN 1998 MORRIS Michael L Morris, R P Singh, Suresh Pal. India's maize seed industry in transition:
changing roles for the public and private sectors Food Policy 23 55-71 AGRIS 1998-111377
With Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi IN

IN 1999 PANWAR V P S Panwar, N N Singh, S K Vasal* and David Bergvinson*. Evaluation of
insect and disease resistant subtropical maize germplasm for resistance to Asian corn borer, Chilo
partellus (Swinhoe) Annals ofAgricultural Research 20 418-422
With Indian Agricultural Research Institute IARI, New Delhi IN

IN 2000 SINGH Amita Singh, U S Singh, Vineeta Singh, R S Zeigler, J E Hill, V P Singh, E
Duveiller*, P Sta Cruz and M Holdemess. Rhizoctonia solani in rice-wheat system J. Mycology
and Plant Pathology 30 343-349 AGRIS 2002-002907
With G B Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar (Uttar Pradesh) IN; Kansas State University,
Manhattan (Kansas) US; International Rice Research Institute IRRI, Los Baios PH; and CABI Bioscience,
Egham (Surrey) GB

IN 2001 PANWAR V P S Panwar, N N Singh, S K Vasal* and David Bergvinson*. Resistance of
exotic germplasm to the Asian maize stalk borer, Chilo partellus (Swinhoe) Indian J Genetics
and Plant Breeding 61 356-357
With Indian Agricultural Research Institute IARI, New Delhi IN

IN 2001 PRASANNA B M Prasanna, S K Vasal*, B Kassahun and N N Singh. Quality protein maize
Current Science 81 1308-1319
With Indian Agricultural Research Institute IARI, New Delhi and Jima College of Agriculture, Jima ET

IN 2002 BELLINDER R R Bellinder, A J Miller, R K Malik, J D Ranjit, P R Hobbs*, L S Brar, G
Singh, S Singh and A Yadev. Improving herbicide application accuracy in South Asia Weed
Technology 16 845-850
With Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar (Haryana) IN; Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana (Punjab) IN;
G B Pant Agricultural University, Pantnagar (Uttar Pradesh) IN; Nepal Agricultural Research Council, Lalitpur
NP; and Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) US

IN 2002 CHAND R Chand, H V Singh, A K Joshi and E Duveiller*. Physiological and morphological
aspects of Bipolaris sorokiniana conidia surviving on wheat straw Plant Pathology J. 18 328-332
With Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) IN

IN 2002 DHALIWAL H S Dhaliwal, Harjit-Singh and M William*. Transfer of rust resistance from
Aegilops ovata into bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and molecular characterisation of resistant
derivatives Euphytica 126 153-159
With Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana (Punjab) IN

IN 2002 SINGH Amita Singh, Rashmi Rohilla, U S Singh, S Savary, L Willocquet and E Duveiller*.
An improved inoculation technique for sheath blight of rice caused by Rhizoctonia solani
Canadian J. Plant Pathology 24 65-68
With G B Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar (Uttar Pradesh) IN and International Rice
Research Institute IRRI, Los Baios, Laguna PH

IN 2002 TRIPATHI S C Tripathi, K D Sayre*, J N Kaul and R S Narang. Effect of planting methods
and N rates on lodging, morphological characters of culm and yield in spring wheat varieties
Cereal Research Communications 30 431-438
With Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana (Punjab) IN









IR 2002 AYENEH A Ayeneh, M van Ginkel*, M P Reynolds* and K Ammar*. Comparison of leaf,
spike, peduncle and canopy temperature depression in wheat under heat stress Field Crops
Research 79 173-184
With Seed and Plant Improvement Institute, Karaj IR


KE 1984 FRANZEL Steven C Franzel. Modeling farmers' decisions in a farming systems research
exercise: the adoption of an improved maize variety in Kirinyaga District, Kenya Human
Organization 43 199-207
With Ministry of Agriculture KE and Michigan State University, East Lansing (Michigan) US

KE 1992 FRANZEL Steven Franzel. Extension agent surveys for defining recommendation domains:
a case study from Kenya J. Farming Systems Research-Extension 3 71-86 AGRIS 94-021065
With Ministry of Agriculture KE

KE 1993 ODHIAMBO G D Odhiambo and J K Ransom*. Effect of dicamba on the control of Striga
hermonthica in maize in western Kenya African Crop Science J. 1 105-110
With National Sugar Research Centre Kibos, Kisumu KE

KE 1994 SAHA H M Saha, E N Gacheru, G M Kamau, M K O'Neill and J K Ransom*. Effect of
nitrogen and plant density on the performance of Pwani Hybrid I maize African Crop Science J. 2
63-67
With Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, Kikambala and International Center for Research in Agroforestry
ICRAF, Embu KE

KE 1995 RANSOM Joel K Ransom* and George D Odhiambo. Effect of corn (Zea mays) genotypes
which vary in maturity length on Striga hermonthica parasitism Weed Technology 9 63-67
AGRIS 97-106349
With Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, Kisuma KE

KE 1996 HASSAN Rashid M Hassan*. Planting strategies of maize farmers in Kenya: a simultaneous
equations analysis in the presence of discrete dependent variables Agricultural Economics 15 137-
149 AGRIS 97-127085

KE 1998 ABAYO Gordon O Abayo, Terry English, Robert E Eplee, Fred K Kanampiu*, Joel K
Ransom* and Jonathan Gressel. Control of parasitic witchweeds (Striga spp.) on corn (Zea mays)
resistant to acetolactate synthase inhibitors Weed Science 46 459-466 AGRIS 1999-052946
With Kibos Experiment Station KARl, Kisumu KE; Oxford Plant Protection Center USDA, Oxford (North
Carolina) US; and Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot IL

KE 2001 OSWALD-1 A Oswald and J K Ransom*. Striga control and improved farm productivity by
using crop rotation Crop Protection 20 113-120
With Universitat Kassel, Witzenhausen DE

KE 2001 OSWALD-2 Andreas Oswald, Joel K Ransom*, Jiirgen Kroschel and Joachim Sauerborn.
Transplanting maize and sorghum reduces Striga hermonthica damage Weed Science 49 346-353
With Universitat Kassel, Witzenhausen DE and Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE

KE 2002 DE GROOTE Hugo de Groote. Maize yield losses from stemborers in Kenya Insect
Science and its Applications 22 89-96

KE 2002 OSWALD A Oswald, J K Ransom*, J Kroschel and J Sauerborn. Intercropping controls
Striga in maize based farming systems Crop Protection 21 367-374
With Universitat Kassel, Witzenhausen DE and Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE









KZ 2000 MENG Erika Meng*, Jim Longmire and Altynbeck Moldaskev. Kazakhstan's wheat system:
priorities, constraints, and future prospects Food Policy 25 701-717
With University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba (Queensland) AU and Scientific Research Institute of
Agricultural Economics, Almaty KZ


MA 1992 JLIBENE Mohammed Jlibene, J P Gustafson and S Rajaram*. A field disease evaluation
method for selecting wheats resistant to Mycosphaerella graminicola Plant Breeding 108 26-32
AGRIS 94-064914
With Aridoculture Center, Settat MA and University of Missouri, Columbia (Missouri) US

MA 1994 JLIBENE M Jlibene, J P Gustafson and S Rajaram*. Inheritance of resistance to
Mycosphaerella graminicola in hexaploid wheat Plant Breeding 112 301-310 AGRIS 95-111379
With Aridoculture Center, Settat MA and University of Missouri, Columbia (Missouri) US

MA 1997 MERGOUM M Mergoum, N Nsarellah and M Nachit*. Evaluation of durum wheat
germplasm resistance to root and foot rot disease complex (Fusarium culmorum and Cochliobolus
sativus) in Morocco Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 109 11-14 AGRIS 1998-031634
With Centre Aridoculture INRA, Settat MA

MA 1999 EL BOUHSSINI El Bouhssini, M N Nsarellah, M M Nachit*, A Bentika, O Benlahbib and
S Lhaloui. First source of resistance in durum wheat to Hessian fly (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)
Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 46 107-109 AGRIS 1999-060895
With Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique INRA, Settat MA; Institut Agronomique et Veterinaire IAV
Hassan II, Rabat MA; and International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY


MX 1968 CASAS Eduardo Casas Diaz y Edwin J Wellhausen*. Diversidad gen6tica y heterosis
Fitotecnia Latinoamericana 5 53-61
Con Escuela Nacional de Agricultura, Chapingo MX

MX 1969 HEWSTONE Cristian Hewstone Martinez, Aristeo Acosta Carre6n y Bill J Roberts*.
Herencia de resistencia a Puccinia striiformis en trigo bajo condiciones de campo en la mesa
central de M6xico Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 4 1-16
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1969 MAYA Jos6 Luis Maya de Le6n*, Aristeo Acosta Carre6n y Salvador Miranda Colin.
Poliploidizaci6n inducida del hibrido intergendrico entire Triticum vulgare, Vil., Triticum durum,
Desf., con Secale cereale, L. Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 4 17-28
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1969 POEY Federico R Poey. Efectos de los genes Opaco-2 y Harinoso-2 en el contenido de
protein y triptofano del endospermo de maices tropicales Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 4 67-78
De Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX y Semillas Mejoradas de Mexico SA, Mexico DF, MX

MX 1970 HERNANDEZ Efraim Hernmndez X y Glafiro Alanis Flores. Estudio morfol6gico de cinco
nuevas razas de maiz de la Sierra Madre Occidental de M6xico: implicaciones filogen6ticas y
fitogeograficas Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 5 3-30 (para los reconocimientos al CIMMYT, ver
p5)
De Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo y Universidad de Nuevo Le6n MX

MX 1971 SHIMADA-1 Armando S Shimada, Carlos Peraza C, Fernando Cabello F y Leonel
Martinez R. Digestibilidad aparente de los maices Opaco-2, Harinoso-2 y coming para el cerdo en
crecimiento Thcnica Pecuaria en Mexico 15-16 27-30
De Institute Nacional de Investigaciones Pecuarias, Mexico DF, MX









MX 1971 SHIMADA-2 Armando S Shimada, Humberto Truncoso A, Luis Angel De Uriarte y Ruben
Rodriguez G. Estudio preliminary sobre el valor nutritivo de triticale-composici6n proximal,
aminoacidos esenciales y valor alimenticio para el cerdo en finalizaci6n Ticnica Pecuaria en
Mixico 17 54-57
De Institute Nacional de Investigaciones Pecuarias, Mexico DF, MX

MX 1971 SHIMADA-3 A S Shimada, L Martinez R and F 0 Bravo. Studies on the nutritive value of
triticale for growing swine J Animal Science 33 1266-1268
From Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Pecuarias, Mexico DF, MX

MX 1971 VASQUEZ Arturo Vasquez S, Gregorio Martinez V* and Richard D Powers. Circulars for
informing poorly literate farmers Journalism Quarterly 48 535-538
With Escuela Nacional de Agricultura, Chapingo MX

MX 1972 BERARDO Angel Berardo D A, Antonio Turrent F* y Roberto Nufiez E. Estudio empirico
de la contribuci6n de algunos models y matrices experimentales sobre el sesgo al aproximar
superficies de respuesta con dos factors Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 7 125-147
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1972 MENDOZA Jos6 E Mendoza Panizo, S Rajaram* y L I de Bauer. Resistencia especifica y
general a Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici en algunas variedades de trigo Agrociencia (Chapingo
MX) 9 107-118
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1972 VILLACIS-1 Jos6 Villacis S, Carlos Sosa M y Alejandro Ortega C. Efectos nutricionales y
reproductivos de 5 tipos de maiz en el desarrollo de Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera:
Curculionidae) Revista Peruana de Entomologia 15 147-152
De Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1972 VILLACIS-2 Jos6 Villacis S, Carlos Sosa M y Alejandro Ortega C. Comportamiento de
Sitotroga cerealella Olivier (Lepid.: Gelechiidae) y de Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleop.:
Curculionidae) en di6z tipos de maiz con caracteristicas contrastantes Revista Peruana de
Entomologia 15 153-164
De Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1973 LOPEZ Alfonso L6pez B*, S Rajaram* y Ma. de Lourdes de Bauer. Identificaci6n de las
formas de Puccinia graminis que atacan a triticale Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 13 65-74 AGRIS
75-041108
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1973 MARTINEZ Jesis Ma. S Martinez G, Fidel Marquez S y S Rajaram*. Herencia de la
resistencia a Puccinia graminis var. tritici en trigos harineros (Triticum aestivum) Agrociencia
(Chapingo MX) 11117-126
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1973 TURRENT Antonio Turrent Fernmndez, Reggie J Laird* y Foster B Cady. El uso de los
sintomas de marchitez del maiz, como un indice de sequia a nivel de campo Agrociencia
(Chapingo MX) 14 67-79 AGRIS 75-040540
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1974 CAMINO Jos6 M Camino A y Carlos de Le6n*. Estriado foliar bacteriano del maiz (Zea
mays L.) Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 18 63-70 AGRIS 76-071359
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1974 LOPEZ A L6pez*, S Rajaram* and L I de Bauer. Susceptibility of triticale, rye and wheat
to stem rust from these three hosts Phytopathology 64 266-267
With Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX








MX 1974 ORELLANA Hugo Orellana A, L I de Bauer y S Rajaram*. Puccinia striiformis West. en
M6xico: especializaci6n fisiol6gica y resistencia gen6tica en algunas variedades y lines de trigo
Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 18 105-116 AGRIS 76-071391
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1974 SENMACHE Jos6 M Senmache Santa Cruz, Carlos Sosa Moss, Gonzalo Granados
Reynaud* y C6sar Garcia Montalvo. Cria artificial de Diatraea saccharalis Fab. (Lepidoptera:
Pyralidae) y su aplicaci6n en la evaluaci6n de resistencia en maiz Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 18
3-13 AGRIS 76-071139
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1975 AGUILAR Immer Aguilar M y R A Fischer*. Anilisis de crecimiento y rendimiento de 30
genotipos de trigo bajo condiciones ambientales 6ptimas de cultivo Agrociencia (Chapingo MX)
21 185-198 AGRIS 77-178017
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1975 ARJONA Carlos Orlando Arjona M, S Fuentes* y L I de Bauer. Estudio sobre Septoria
tritici Rob. & Desm., agent causal de la mancha cafe de la hoja de trigo en M6xico y Guatemala
Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 22 71-83 AGRIS 77-149541
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1975 RAMIREZ Jos6 L Ramirez Ch, Carlos de Le6n G*, C6sar Garcia M y Gonzalo Granados
R*. Dalbulus guevarai (DeL.) nuevo vector de achaparramiento de maiz en M6xico. Incidencia de
la enfermedad y su relaci6n con el vector Dalbulus maidis (DeL. & W.) en Muna, Yucatan
Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 22 39-49 AGRIS 77-149515
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1975 SALAZAR Mario Salazar G6mez, Vicente A Rodriguez Madrid y Marco A Quifiones*.
Herencia de la altura de plant en trigos duros (Triticum durum Desf) Agrociencia (Chapingo
MX) 21 133-143 AGRIS 77-177481
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1975 VALENCIA J A Valencia V, Vicente Rodriguez y Sanjaya Rajaram*. Resistencia en
cuatro variedades de trigo a Puccinia graminis f sp. tritici Erikss. y Henn Agrociencia (Chapingo
MX) 21 155-167 AGRIS 77-179467
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1975 VAZQUEZ Marcelino Vizquez G, Jos6 L Carrillo S, Gonzalo Granados R* y C6sar Garcia
M. Cria masiva del gusano cogollero, Spodopterafrugiperda (J.E. Smith) y evaluaci6n de
infestaciones artificiales sobre maiz en el campo Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 22 3-13 AGRIS 77-
149139
Con Colegio de Postgraduados e Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agricolas, Chapingo MX

MX 1978 CERVANTES Tarcicio Cervantes S, Major M Goodman y Eduardo Casas Diaz. Efectos
gen6ticos y de interacci6n genotipo-ambiente en la clasificaci6n de razas mexicanas de maiz
Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 31 25-43 AGRIS 79-434394
De Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX y North Carolina State University, Raleigh (North Carolina) US

MX 1978 SARTORI J F Sartori, S Rajaram* y Ma. de Lourdes de la I de Bauer. Bases patol6gicas y
gen6ticas relacionadas con la resistencia general del trigo a Puccinia graminis Pers. f sp. tritici
Eriks. et Henn Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 34 3-16 AGRIS 81-655751
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1979 CORDOVA Hugo Salvador C6rdova O* y Fidel Mirquez Sanchez. Efecto del numero de
lines endogimicas sobre el comportamiento de las variedades sint6ticas derivadas de una
poblaci6n de maiz (Zea mays L.) I. Rendimiento Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 37 235-252
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX








MX 1983 CAVIEDES Mario Caviedes C, Alfredo Carballo Quir6s, T Angel Kato Yamakake y
Evangelina Villegas M*. Correlaciones fenotipicas entire rendimiento y contenidos de protein,
tript6fano y zeina, en families de medio hermanos de maiz (Zea mays L.) opaco-2 modificado
Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 54 101-110
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1984 BARAHONA Marco V Barahona Enriquez y Arturo Hemindez Sierra. Aptitud competitive
en la selecci6n de progenitores de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 55
79-89 AGRIS 90-108305
De Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1984 CERVANTES T Cervantes Santana y H Mejia Andrade. Maices natives del area del Plan
Puebla: recolecci6n de plasma germinal y evaluaci6n del grupo tardio Revista Chapingo 43-44 64-
71 AGRIS 87-011547
De Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX y Productora Nacional de Semillas, ? MX

MX 1984 GILCHRIST-1 Lucy Gilchrist S, Santiago Fuentes F* y Maria de Lourdes de la Isla de
Bauer. Determinaci6n de fuentes de resistencia contra Helminthosporium tritici-repentis bajo
condiciones de campo e invemadero Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 56 95-105
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1984 GILCHRIST-2 Lucy Gilchrist S, Santiago Fuentes F* y Maria de Lourdes de la Isla de
Bauer. Identificaci6n de Helminthosporium tritici-repentis (=Pyrenophora tritici-repentis), agent
causal de un tiz6n de la hoja de trigo en M6xico Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 56 151-162
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1984 ORTIZ Ram6n Ortiz B y Enrique Torres*. Herencia de la resistencia a la roya de la hoja
(Puccinia recondita Rob. ex Desm. f. sp. tritici Johnston y Browder) de cuatro variedades de trigo
Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 56 57-62
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1986 GILCHRIST Lucy Gilchrist S, Rafael Rodriguez Montessoro y Peter A Bumett*. La
toxemia causada por Diuraphis noxia Mordv. y su importancia como vector de virus en M6xico
Agrociencia (Chapingo MX) 66 141-153
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo MX

MX 1987 PAGLIETTINI Liliana L Pagliettini Giberti, Jaime A Matus Gardea, Daniel Barrera Islas,
Marcos Portillo Vizquez, Alb6ric Hibon*, Juan Carlos Martinez* y Gustavo Sain*. Orientaci6n de
decisions de political agricola con datos generados en campo de agricultores: el caso de los
fertilizantes nitrogenados en La Fraylesca, Chiapas, M6xico Agrociencia (Montecillo MX) 70 45-
61 AGRIS 90-105622
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1988 HUERTA Julio Huerta Espino, Sanjaya Rajaram* y Tarcicio Cervantes Santana.
Resistencia de patogenia lenta a Puccinia recondita tritici en trigo Agrociencia (Montecillo MX)
74 153-168 AGRIS 90-108309
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1988 ZAMORA M R Zamora, P A Bumett*, H E Vivar*, R Rodriguez and M Navarro. Barley
stripe mosaic virus in Mexico Plant Disease 72 546
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales y Agropecuarias INIFAP, Chapingo MX and Colegio de
Postgraduados, Montecillo MX.








MX 1989 DHALIWAL H S Dhaliwal, Rosa Navarrete-Maya and J Valdez C. Scanning electron
microscope studies of penetration mechanism of Tilletia indica in wheat spikes Revista Mexicana
de Fitopatologia 7 150-155
With Universidad Nacional Aut6noma de Mexico, Mexico DF, MX and Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo
(Mexico) MX

MX 1989 IRETA J Ireta, C Sosa-Moss, S Romero C y G Bekele*. Estimaci6n de las p6rdidas en trigo
(Triticum sp.L.) causadas por la rofia (Fusarium graminearum Schw.) Agrociencia (Montecillo
MX) 77 89-102 AGRIS 93-106905
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX y Universidad Aut6noma de Chapingo, Chapingo MX

MX 1990 ORDORICA-FALOMIR C Ordorica-Falomir, O Paredes-L6pez and R J Pefia*.
Production of safflower protein isolates: gel filtration and electrophoretic patterns Lebensmittel-
Wissenschaft und-Technologie 21 122-125
With Centro de Investigaci6n y Estudios Avanzados, Irapuato (Guanajuato) MX

MX 1990 SALAZAR Francisco Javier Salazar Huerta, Seiji Osada Kawasoe, Lucy Gilchrist
Saavedra* y Guillermo Fuentes Davila*. Evaluaci6n de la resistencia de seis genotipos de trigo
(Triticum vulgare L.) al carb6n parcial causado por el hongo Tilletia indica Mitra en invemadero
Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 8 145-152
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1991 CASTRO Luis Armando Castro Ortega, Felipe Romero Rosales, John A Mihm*, Juan
Cibrian Tovar y Javier Trujillo Arriaga. Evaluaci6n de resistencia de 30 genotipos de maiz a
Sitophilus zeamais (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) en laboratorio Agrociencia: series Proteccidn
Vegetal (Montecillo MX) 2 57-68 AGRIS 97-045841
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1991 SINGH-1 R P Singh*, T S Payne*, P Figueroa and S Valenzuela. Comparison of the effect
of leaf rust on the grain yield of resistant, partially resistant, and susceptible spring wheat cultivars
American J. Alternative Agriculture 6 115-121
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales y Agropecuarias (INIFAP), Cd. Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1991 SINGH-2 R P Singh. Pathogenicity variations of Puccinia recondita f. sp. tritici and P.
graminis f. sp. tritici in wheat-growing areas of Mexico during 1988 and 1989 Plant Disease 75
790-794 AGRIS 92-105376
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales y Agropecuarias INIFAP, various locations MX

MX 1992 BRENNAN John P Brennan*, Elizabeth J Warham*, Derek Byerlee* and Julio Hemandez-
Estrada. Evaluating the economic impact of quality-reducing seed-borne diseases: lessons from
Kamal bunt of wheat Agricultural Economics 6 345-352 AGRIS 92-061236
With Instituto Nacional de Investigationes Forestales y Agropecuarias INIFAP, Mexico DF, MX

MX 1992 JAIME Ram6n Jaime Garcia, Rafael Rodriguez Montessoro y Peter A Burett*.
Evaluaci6n de trampas para la capture de afidos alados y fluctuaci6n de poblaciones de los vectores
del virus enanismo amarillo de la cebada Agrociencia: series Proteccidn Vegetal (Montecillo MX)
3 (2) 19-37 AGRIS 97-048346
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1992 LEYVA Gerardo Leyva Mir, E Villasefior Mir, Lucy Gilchrist* y R Hernndez.
Identificaci6n y cuantificaci6n de pat6genos asociados a la semilla de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.)
asperjado en campo con fungicidas Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 10 175-178
Con Universidad Aut6noma de Chapingo, Chapingo MX y Campo Experimental Valle de Mexico INIFAP,
Chapingo MX









MX 1992 SCOPEL E Scopel* et D Louette. Une m6thode de diagnostic agronomique base sur
l'enqu6te: application au mais pluvial a Pueblo Juarez, Mexique Agronomie Tropicale 46 283-294
AGRIS 94-116849
Avec Universidad de Guadalajara, Guadalajara (Jalisco) MX

MX 1993 CLAURE Victor Tito Claure Iriarte, Jos6 D Molina Galan, S K Vasal* y Angel Martinez
Garza. Aumento del potential de rendimiento mediante selecci6n e hibridaci6n en maiz (Zea mays
L.): I. Comportamiento de compuestos de selecci6n y de cruzas simples; II. Aptitud combinatoria
de lines autofecundadas Agrociencia: series Fitociencia (Montecillo MX) 4 (2) 41-51; 53-64
AGRIS 97-045853; 97-045854
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1993 HERNANDEZ-1 C M Hemandez and J Crossa*. A program for estimating the optimum
sample size for germplasm conservation J. Heredity 84 85-86
With Universidad de Colima, Colima MX

MX 1993 HERNANDEZ-2 C M Hemandez, J Crossa* and A Castillo. The area under the function:
an index for selecting desirable genotypes Theoretical and Applied Genetics 87 409-415 AGRIS
94-106848
With Universidad de Colima, Colima and Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1993 MATUS I Matus, J D Molina Galan, S Rajaram*, L Gilchrist* y F Castillo G. Gen6tica de
la resistencia a Septoria tritici en cinco variedades mejoradas de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.): I.
Acci6n g6nica y heredabilidad Agrociencia: series Fitociencia (Montecillo MX) 4 (4) 105-119
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1993 SALAZAR-1 Francisco Javier Salazar Huerta, Pedro Figueroa L6pez y Ravi P Singh*.
Estimaci6n de perdidas potenciales por roya de la hoja (Puccinia recondita Rob. ex Desm.) en trigo
en el Sur de Sonora Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 11 41-46
Con Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales y Agropecuarias (INIFAP), Cd. Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1993 SALAZAR-2 Francisco Javier Salazar Huerta y Guillermo Fuentes Davila*. Evaluaci6n de
lines avanzadas y variedades de trigo Triticum aestivum L. por resistencia al carb6n parcial
causado por Tilletia indica Mitra Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 11 69-71
Con Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales y Agropecuarias (INIFAP), Cd. Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1993 SERRATOS J A Serratos, A Blanco-Labra, J A Mihm*, L Pietrzak and J T Arnason.
Generation means analysis of phenolic compounds in maize grain and susceptibility to maize
weevil Sitophilus zeamais infestation Canadian J. Botany 71 1176-1181 AGRIS 95-152747
With Centro de Investigaci6n y Estudios Avanzados, Irapuato (Guanajuato) MX; Agriculture Canada and
University of Ottawa, Ottawa CA

MX 1993 VAN NIEUWKOOP Martien van Nieuwkoop. Labranza de conservaci6n en sistemas de
producci6n de maiz en M6xico: un marco general de diagn6stico Agrociencia: series
Socioeconomia (Montecillo MX) 4 (1) 33-50

MX 1994 BAJET Narceo B Bajet*, B L Renfro* and Jorge Manuel Vald6z Carrasco. Control of tar
spot of maize and its effect on yield International J Pest Management 40 121-125 AGRIS 96-
056234
With Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1994 FUENTES-DAVILA Guillermo Fuentes-Davila*, Francisco Corrales Madrid y Jos6 Luis
Muiioz Acufia. Efecto del tamaiio de la submuestra de trigo commercial para determinar los niveles
de infecci6n por Tilletia indica Mitra Revista Mexicana de Micologia 10 187-191
Con Secretaria de Agricultura y Recursos Hidraulicos, Cd. Obreg6n (Sonora) MX








MX 1994 HUERTA-ESPINO J Huerta-Espino and R P Singh*. First report of virulence to wheat
with leaf rust resistance gene Lr19 in Mexico Plant Disease 78 640
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales y Agropecuarias INIFAP, Cd. Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1994 LOPEZ F Saul L6pez, J L Medina Pitalua y A Tasistro Souto*. Muestreo sistematico de
Oxalis spp. en trigo (Triticum spp.) en la Estaci6n Experimental El Batan (CIMMYT) Revista
Chapingo: series Proteccidn Vegetal 1 109-112 AGRIS 97-049732
Con Universidad Aut6noma Chapingo, Chapingo MX

MX 1995 DIAZ DE LEON Jos6 Luis Diaz de Le6n, Martha Carrillo-Laguna, Sanjaya Rajaram* and
Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi*. Rapid in vitro screening of some salt tolerant bread wheats Cereal Research
Communications 23 383-389
With Universidad Aut6noma de Baja California Sur, La Paz (Baja California Sur) MX

MX 1995 SINGH-1 R P Singh*, A Morgunov* and J Huerta-Espino. Genes conferring low seedling
reaction to Mexican pathotypes ofPuccinia recondita f. sp. tritici, and adult-plant responses of
recent wheat cultivars from the former USSR Euphytica 81 225-234 AGRIS 95-131717
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales y Agropecuarias INIFAP, Cd. Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1995 SINGH-2 R P Singh* and J Huerta-Espino. Inheritance of seedling and adult plant
resistance to leaf rust in wheat cultivars Ciano 79 and Papago 86 Plant Disease 79 35-38 AGRIS
96-005572
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales y Agropecuarias INIFAP, Cd. Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1996 BOHOROVA N Bohorova*, A M Maciel*, R M Brito*, L Aguilart, J E Ibarra and D
Hoisington*. Selection and characteization of Mexican strains of Bacillus ;hi... i ,'gi active
against four major lepidopteran maize pests Entomophaga 41 153-165 AGRIS 1999-060926
With Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Irapuato (Guanajuato) MX

MX 1996 DE GRACIA Rub6n G De Gracia De Le6n, Roberto Nifiez Escobar, Jorge D Etchevers
Barra y Mark Bell*. Respuesta de Lolium perenne a dos rocas fosf6ricas con tres tamaiios de
particular adicionadas de azufre o zeolita en un andosol Agrociencia (Montecillo MX) 30 459-467
AGRIS 1998-112313
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1996 MARTINEZ B F Martinez, P E Sevilla and M Bjarason*. Wet milling comparison of
quality protein maize and normal maize J. Science of Food and Agriculture 71 156-162 AGRIS
97-032149
With Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico DF and Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales y
Agropecuarias INIFAP, Chapingo MX

MX 1996 TRUJILLO Maria Patricia Trujillo Uribe, Ignacio M6ndez Ramirez y Alberto Castillo
Morales. Variabilidad espacial en ensayos de campo Agrociencia (Montecillo MX) 30 533-540
AGRIS 1998-121864
De Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1997 BOHOROVA N Bohorova*, M Cabrera, C Abarca, R Quintero, A M Maciel*, R M Brito*,
D Hoisington* and A Bravo. Susceptibility of four tropical lepidopteran maize pests to Bacillus
;hi,, 's', CryI-type insecticidal toxins J. Economic Entomology 90 412-415 AGRIS 1998-
002834
With Universidad Nacional Aut6noma de Mexico, Cuernavaca (Morelos) MX

MX 1997 CHAVEZ-ONTIVEROS Jeanett Chavez-Ontiveros and Guillermo Fuentes-Davila*.
Semipermanent mounting in vitro of Tilletia indica Mitra secondary sporidia, causal agent of
Kamal bunt, for trapping studies Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 15 108-110
With Instituto Tecnol6gico de Sonora ITSON, Ciudad Obreg6n (Sonora) MX









MX 1997 DEL TORO Efr6n Del Toro Magafia*, Melinda Smale*, Sanjaya Rajaram*, Maarten van
Ginkel*, Luis Le6n Landois Palencia y F6lix Valerio Gonzalez Cossio. Relaci6n entire varianza
gen6tica y diversidad geneal6gica en trigo Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 20 111-120
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1997 FRANCO-1 Jorge Franco, Jos6 Crossa*, Jos6 Villasefior, S Taba* and Steve A Eberhart.
Classifying Mexican maize accessions using hierarchical and density search methods Crop Science
37 972-980 AGRIS 1998-103210
With Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX and National Seed Storage Laboratory USDA, Fort Collins
(Colorado) US

MX 1997 FRANCO-2 Jorge Franco, Jos6 Crossa*, Jaime Diaz*, Suketoshi Taba*, Jos6 Villasefior
and Steve A Eberhart. A sequential clustering strategy for classifying gene bank accessions Crop
Science 37 1656-1662 AGRIS 1998-092500
With Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX and National Seed Storage Laboratory USDA, Fort Collins
(Colorado) US

MX 1997 GUTIERREZ Mario Guti6rrez Rodriguez y Alfonso Larqu6 Saavedra. Fluorescencia de
clorofila en genotipos de trigo con different tolerancia al calor Agrociencia (Montecillo MX) 31
23-28 AGRIS 1998-113855
De Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1997 QUERO Adrian R Quero Carrillo, Yves H Savidan*, Julian Berthaud*, Jorge P6rez P6rez y
Jos6 Espinoza Velazquez. Estudio citogen6tico en el g6nero Tripsacum Agrociencia (Montecillo
MX) 31 331-334 AGRIS 1998-113123
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, San Luis Potosi y Montecillo MX

MX 1997 VIDAL Ivan Vidal P, Jorge Etchevers y Anthony Fischer*. Biomasa microbiana en un
suelo sometido a diferentes manejos de labranza y rotaci6n Agricultura Ticnica 57 272-281
AGRIS 1998-077720
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1997 SALAZAR-HUERTA Francisco Javier Salazar-Huerta, Pedro Figueroa-L6pez, Guillermo
Fuentes Davila* and Joseph L Smilanick. Evaluation of foliar fungicides for control of Kamal bunt
of wheat during 1986-1989 in northwestern Mexico Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 15 73-80
With Centro de Investigaciones Agricolas del Noroeste CIANO-INIFAP, Ciudad Obreg6n (Sonora) MX and
Horticultural Crops Research Laboratory USDA, Fresno (California) US

MX 1997 SINGH R P Singh* and J Huerta-Espino. Effect of leaf rust resistance gene Lr34 on grain
yield and agronomic traits of spring wheat Crop Science 37 390-395 AGRIS 1998-003009
With Centro de Investigaciones Agricolas del Noroeste CIANO-INIFAP, Ciudad Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1998 BINDRABAN Prem S Bindraban, Ken D Sayre*, Ernesto Solis-Moya. Identifying factors
that determine kernel number in wheat Field Crops Research 58 223-234 AGRIS 1999-018693
With Centro de Investigaciones Forestales y Agropecuarias INIFAP, Celaya (Guanajuato) MX

MX 1998 CASTRO-DUARTE Am6rica Vivian Castro-Duarte, Alfredo D Martinez-Espinosa y
Guillermo Fuentes-Davila*. Aislamientos de protoplastos de esporidios secundarios y micelio de
Tilletia indica, agent causal del carb6n parcial del trigo Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 16
30-34
Con Instituto Tecnol6gico de Sonora ITSON, Ciudad Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1998 FRANCO Jorge Franco*, Jos6 Crossa*, Jos6 Villasefior, Suketoshi Taba* and Steve A
Eberhart. Classifying genetic resources by categorical and continuous variables Crop Science 38
1688-1696 AGRIS 1999-051064
With Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX and National Seed Storage Laboratory USDA, Fort Collins
(Colorado) US









MX 1998 PORTILLA I Portilla Cruz, E Molina Gayosso, G Cruz-Flores, I Ortiz Monasterio* y G G
B Manske*. Colonizaci6n micorrizica arbuscular, actividad fosfatasica y longitud radical como
respuesta a estr6s de f6sforo en trigo y triticale cultivados en un Andisol Terra 16 (1) 55-61
AGRIS 1999-086603
Con Universidad Aut6noma de Mexico, Mexico DF, MX

MX 1998 RAMIREZ Sergio Ramirez Rojas, Felipe Romero Rosales, Dan Jeffers*, Angel Martinez
Garza y Hugo Mejia Andrade. Reacci6n de ocho variedades de maiz al virus del rayado fino en
Chapingo, M6xico Agricultura Ticnica en Mexico 24 11-18 AGRIS 1999-087222
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX y Campo Experimental Valle de Mexico INIFAP, Chapingo MX

MX 1998 RICE Elizabeth Rice, Melinda Smale* and Jos6-Luis Blanco. Farmers' use of improved
seed selection practices in Mexican maize: evidence and issues from the Sierra de Santa Marta
World Development 26 1625-1640 AGRIS 1999-008644
With Proyecto Sierra Santa Marta, Jalapa (Veracruz) MX

MX 1998 SANDOVAL-ISLAS J S Sandoval-Islas, L H M Broers, H Vivar* and K S Osada.
Evaluation of quantitative resistance to yellow rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. hordei) in the
ICARDA/CIMMYT barley breeding programme Plant Breeding 117 127-130
With Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1998 SAYRE K D Sayre*, R P Singh*, J Huerta-Espino and S Rajaram*. Genetic progress in
reducing losses to leaf rust in CIMMYT-derived Mexican spring wheat cultivars Crop Science 38
654-659 AGRIS 1999-021325
With Centro de Investigaciones Agricolas del Noroeste CIANO-INIFAP, Ciudad Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1998 SINGH-1 R P Singh*, J Huerta-Espino, S Rajaram* and J Crossa*. Agronomic effects from
chromosome translocations 7DL.7Ag and 1BL.1RS in spring wheat Crop Science 38 27-33
AGRIS 1998-058888
With Centro de Investigaciones Agricolas del Noroeste CIANO-INIFAP, Ciudad Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1998 SINGH-2 R P Singh*, A Mujeeb-Kazi* and J Huerta-Espino. Lr-46: a gene conferring
slow-rusting resistance to leaf rust in wheat Phytopathology 88 890-894 AGRIS 1999-052562
With Centro de Investigaciones Agricolas del Noroeste CIANO-INIFAP, Ciudad Obreg6n (Sonora) MX

MX 1998 VARGAS Mateo Vargas*, Jos6 Crossa*, Ken Sayre*, Matthew Reynolds*, Martha E
Ramirez and Mike Talbot. Interpreting genotype x environment interactions in wheat by partial
least squares regression Crop Science 38 679-689 AGRIS 1999-019520
With Universidad Aut6noma Chapingo, Chapingo MX; Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX; and
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh (Scotland) GB

MX 1999 AGUILAR Victor Heber Aguilar Rinc6n, Ravi Prakash Singh y Jos6 Domingo Molina
Galan. Gen6tica de la resistencia a la roya de la hoja de cuatro trigos sint6ticos hexaploides Revista
Fitotecnia Mexicana 22 215-226
De Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX
Nota El trabajo de investigaci6n fue realizado en el CIMMYT, EL Batan

MX 1999 FRANCO Jorge Franco*, Jos6 Crossa*, Jos6 Villasefior, Alberto Castillo, Suketoshi Taba*
and Steve A Eberhart. A two-stage, three-way method for classifying genetic resources in multiple
environments Crop Science 39 259-267
With Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX and National Seed Storage Laboratory USDA, Fort Collins
(Colorado) US








MX 1999 GUILLEN H6ctor Guill6n Andrade, Mireille M Khairallah*, Fernando Castillo Gonzalez y
Ravi P Singh*. Componentes de la resistencia de patogenia lenta a la roya de la hoja (Puccinia
recondita f.sp. tritici) en trigo harinero (Triticum aestivum L.) Agricultura Ticnica en Mexico 25
35-40
Con Campo Experimental Valle de Mexico INIFAP, Chapingo MX y Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1999 SANDOVAL Jos6 Sergio Sandoval Islas, Seiji Osada Kawasoe, Hugo Vivar Flores* e
Ignacio Benitez Riquelme. Correlaci6n entire resistencia en plantula y resistencia en plant adulta a
la roya amarilla y a la escaldadura de la cebada Agrociencia (Montecillo MX) 33 415-422 AGRIS
2000-034718
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 1999 VALLEJO-COHEN Socorro Vallejo-Cohen, Miguel Angel Martinez-T6llez, Irasema del
Carmen Vargas-Arispuro y Guillermo Fuentes-Davila*. Evaluaci6n in vitro del efecto de extractos
vegetables sobre el desarrollo micelial de Tilletia indica, agent causal de carb6n parcial en trigo
Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 17 128-130
Con Centro de Investigaci6n en Alimentaci6n y Desarrollo A.C., Hermosillo (Sonora) MX

MX 1999 VARGAS Mateo Vargas*, Jos6 Crossa*, Fred A van Eeuwijk, Martha E Ramirez and Ken
Sayre*. Using partial least squares regression, factorial regression, and AMMI models for
interpreting genotype x environment interaction Crop Science 39 955-967
With Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX and Wageningen Agricultural University, Wageningen NL

MX 2000 AGUILAR-RINCON-1 Victor H Aguilar-Rinc6n, P R Singh*, Jos6 D Molina-Galan y
Julio Huerta-Espino. Herencia de la resistencia a la roya de la hoja en cuatro trigos sint6ticos
hexaploides [with English translation] Agrociencia (Montecillo MX) 34 235-246
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX y Campo Experimental Valle de Mexico INIFAP, Chapingo MX

MX 2000 AGUILAR-RINCON-2 Victor H Aguilar-Rinc6n, R P Singh*, Julio Huerta-Espino y Jos6
D Molina-Galan. Prueba de similitud de genes de resistencia a la roya de la hoja en cinco trigos
sint6ticos hexaploides [with English translation] Agrociencia (Montecillo MX) 34 741-746
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX y Campo Experimental Valle de Mexico INIFAP, Chapingo MX

MX 2000 AGUIRRE Jos6 Alfonso Aguirre G6mez, Mauricio R Bellon* and Melinda Smale*. A
regional analysis of maize biological diversity in southeastern Guanajuato, Mexico Economic
Botany 54 60-72
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agricolas y Pecuarias INIFAP, Celaya (Guanajuato) MX

MX 2000 CUELLAR Humberto Cu6llar Torres, Jos6 Ron Parra, Candido L6pez Castafieda, Roberto
J Pefia Bautista* y Diego Gonzalez Eguiarte. Selecci6n de cultivares superiores de trigo y triticale
para el altiplano potosino-jalisciense Acta Cientifica Potosina 15 25-39
With Universidad Aut6noma San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi MX; Universidad de Guadalajara, Guadalajara
(Jalisco) MX; Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX e Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales,
Agricolas y Pecuarias INIFAP, Guadalajara (Jalisco) MX

MX 2000 GUTIERREZ-RODRIGUEZ M Guti6rrez-Rodriguez, M P Reynolds* and A Larqu6-
Saavedra. Photosynthesis of wheat in a warm, irrigated environment. II: Traits associated with
genetic gains in yield Field Crops Research 66 51-62 For Part I, see MX 2000 REYNOLDS
With Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 2000 LOUETTE D Louette and M Smale*. Farmers' seed selection practices and traditional
maize varieties in Cuzalapa, Mexico Euphytica 113 25-41
With Universidad de Guadalajara, Autlan (Jalisco) MX









MX 2000 MANSKE G G B Manske, J I Ortiz-Monasterio*, M Van Ginkel*, R M Gonzalez, S
Rajaram*, E Molina* and P L G Vlek. Traits associated with improved P-uptake efficiency in
CIMMYT's semidwarf spring bread wheat grown on an acid Andisol in Mexico Plant and Soil 221
189-204
With Universitat G6ttingen, G6ttingen DE and Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agricolas y
Pecuarias INIFAP, Morelia (Michoacan) MX

MX 2000 REYNOLDS M P Reynolds*, M I Delgado B, M Guti6rrez-Rodriguez and A Larqu6-
Saavedra. Photosynthesis of wheat in a warm, irrigated environment. I: Genetic diversity and crop
productivity Field Crops Research 66 37-50 For Part II, see MX 2000 GUTIERREZ-
RODRIGUEZ
With Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 2000 SERRATO-CRUZ-1 Miguel Angel Serrato-Cruz, Martha Hem~ndez-Rodriguez*, Yves
Savidan* y Nina M Bircenas-Ortega. Contenido de ADN y nivel de ploidia en Tagetes spp.
utilizando cit6metro de flujo [with English translation] Agrociencia (Montecillo MX) 34 729-734
With Universidad Aut6noma Chapingo UACh, Chapingo MX y Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 2000 SERRATO-CRUZ-2 Miguel Angel Serrato-Cruz, Martha Hem~ndez Rodriguez*, Yves
Savidan* and Nina M Barcenas-Ortega. Determinaci6n de la ploidia en progenies de Tagetes spp.
mediante cit6metro de flujo [with English translation] Agrociencia (Montecillo MX) 34 735-740
With Universidad Aut6noma Chapingo UACh, Chapingo MX y Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 2001 GUILLEN-ANDRADE H6ctor Guill6n-Andrade, Mireille Khairallah*, Ravi P Singh*,
Femando Castillo Gonzalez y Dave Hoisington*. Construcci6n de un mapa gen6tico para trigo
harinero mediante RFLPs y SSRs Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 24 85-94
Con Campo Experimental Valle de Mexico INIFAP, Chapingo MX y Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 2001 MANSKE G G B Manske, J I Ortiz-Monasterio*, M van Ginkel*, R M Gonzalez, R A
Fischer, S Rajaram* and P L G Vlek. Importance of P uptake efficiency versus P utilization for
wheat yield in acid and calcareous soils in Mexico European J. Agronomy 14 261-274
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agricolas y Pecuarias INIFAP, Morelia (Michoacan) MX

MX 2001 PEREZ-BRITO Daisy P6rez-Brito, Daniel Jeffers*, Diego Gonzalez-de Le6n*, Mireille
Khairallah*, Mois6s Cort6s-Cruz, Gustavo Velazquez-Cardelas, Susana Azpiroz-Rivero y Ganesan
Srinivasan*. Cartografia de QTL de la resistencia a la pudrici6n de la mazorca (Fusarium
moniliforme) en maiz de valles altos, M6xico [with English translation] Agrociencia (Montecillo
MX) 35 181-196
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX e Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agricolas y
Pecuarias INIFAP, Chapingo MX

MX 2001 SANCHEZ-SANCHEZ H Sanchez-Sdnchez, M Henry*, E Cardenas-Soriano and H F
Alvizo-Villasana. Identification of Wheat streak mosaic virus and its vector Aceria tosichella in
Mexico Plant Disease 85 13-17
With Universidad Aut6noma Chapingo, Chapingo MX and Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 2001 SMALE Melinda Smale*, Mauricio R Bellon* and Jos6 Alfonso Aguirre G6mez. Maize
diversity, variety attributes, and farmers' choices in southeastern Guanajuato, Mexico Economic
Development and Cultural Change 50 201-225
With Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agricolas y Pecuarias INIFAP, Celaya (Guanajuato) MX

MX 2001 TRETHOWAN R M Trethowan*, R P Singh*, J Huerta-Espino, J Crossa* and M van
Ginkel*. Coleoptile length variation of near-isogenic Rht lines of modem CIMMYT bread and
durum wheats Field Crops Research 70 167-176
With Campo Experimental Valle de Mexico INIFAP, Chapingo MX








MX 2001 VERGARA Narciso Vergara Avila, Sergio Rodriguez Herrera, Humberto de Le6n Castillo,
Scott McLean* and Surinder Kumar Vasal*. Aptitud combinatoria de lines de maiz tropical con
diferente tipo de mazorca Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 24 203-212
Con Universidad Aut6noma Agraria Antonio Narro UAAAN, Saltillo (Coahuila) MX

MX 2002 HUERTA Julio Huerta Espino, H6ctor Villasefior Mir, Eduardo Espitia Rangel, Santos G
Leyva Mir y Ravi P Singh*. Analisis de la resistencia a la roya de la hoja en trigos harineros para
temporal Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 25 161-169
Con Campo Experimental Valle de Mexico INIFAP, Chapingo MX y Universidad Aut6noma Chapingo, Chapingo
MX

MX 2002 MORENO Esau del Carmen Moreno P6rez, David Lewis Beck*, Tarcicio Cervantes
Santana y Jos6 Luis Torres Flores*. Aptitud combinatoria de lines de maiz de valles altos en
suelos con alto y bajo contenido de nitr6geno Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 25 253-259
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 2002 NIETO-SOTELO Jorge Nieto-Sotelo, Luz Maria Martinez, Georgia Ponce, Gladys I
Cassab, Alejandro Alag6n, Robert B Meeley, Jean-Marcel Ribaut* and Runying Yang. Maize
HSP101 plays important roles in both induced and basal thermotolerance and primary root growth
Plant Cell 14 1621-1633
With Universidad Nacional Aut6noma de Mexico UNAM, Cuernavaca (Morelos) MX and Pioneer Hi-Bred
International Inc., Johnston (Iowa) US

MX 2002 SANDOVAL-ISLAS Jos6 Sergio Sandoval-Islas, Leonardus Hendricus Broers y Hugo
Vivar Flores*. Gen6tica de la resistencia cuantitativa a la roya amarilla (Puccinia striiformis f.sp.
hordei) en tres cultivares de cebada Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 25 265-270
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 2002 VIDAL Ivan Vidal, Jorge Etchevers y Anthony Fischer. Dinamica del nitr6geno bajo
diferentes rotaciones, sistemas de labranza y manejo de residues en el cultivo de trigo Agricultura
Ticnica 62 121-132 AGRIS 2002-016640
Con Colegio de Postgraduados, Montecillo MX

MX 2002 VILLASENOR H6ctor Eduardo Villasefior Mir, Fernando Castillo Gonzalez, Eduardo
Espitia Rangel, Ranjaya Rajaram* y Jos6 Domingo Molina Galan. Perspectivas del uso de la
androesterilidad en el mejoramiento por selecci6n recurrente de trigo en M6xico Revista
Fitotecnia Mexicana 25 321-326


NP 1989 SINGH D V Singh, R Agarwal, J K Shrestha, B R Thapa and H J Dubin*. First report of
Tilletia indica on wheat in Nepal Plant Disease 73 273 and 938(erratum)
With Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi IN and Department of Agriculture, Bhairahawa NP

NP 1990 HARRINGTON L Harrington*, P Hobbs*, T Pokhrel, B Sharma, S Fujisaka and C
Lightfoot. The rice-wheat pattern in the Nepal Terai: issues in the identification and definition of
sustainability problems J. Farming Systems Research-Extension 1 (2) 1-27 AGRIS 91-106461
With National Wheat Development Program NWDP, Bhairahawa NP; National Agricultural Research Services
Center NARSC, Khumaltar NP; International Rice Research Institute IRRI, Los Baios PH; and International
Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management ICLARM, Manila PH

NP 1994 MORRIS Michael L Morris*, H J Dubin* and Thaneswar Pokhrel. Returns to wheat
breeding research in Nepal Agricultural Economics 10 269-282 AGRIS 94-096635
With Nepal Agricultural Research Council, Kathmandu NP









NP 1996 SHARMA R C Sharma and H J Dubin*. Effect of wheat cultivar mixtures on spot blotch
(Bqip '/ ,,i sorokiniana) and grain yield Field Crops Research 48 95-101 AGRIS 97-133426
With Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Rampur, Chitwan NP

NP 1997 SHARMA-1 R C Sharma, H J Dubin*, M R Bhatta and RN Devkota. Selection for spot
blotch resistance in four spring wheat populations Crop Science 37 432-435 AGRIS 1998-003021
With Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Rampur, Chitwan and National Wheat Research Program,
Bhairahawa NP

NP 1997 SHARMA-2 R C Sharma, H J Dubin*, RN Devkota and M R Bhatta. Heritability estimates
of field resistance to spot blotch in four spring wheat crosses Plant Breeding 116 64-68
With Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Rampur, Chitwan and National Wheat Research Programme,
Bhairahawa NP

NP 1999 ADHIKARI C Adhikari, K F Bronson, G M Panuallah, A P Regmi, P K Saha, A
Dobermann, D C Olk, P R Hobbs*, E Pasuqin. On-farm soil N supply and N nutrition in the rice-
wheat system of Nepal and Bangladesh Field Crops Research 64 273-286 AGRIS 2000-033204
With Nepal Agricultural Research Council, Khumaltar, Lalitpur NP; Bangladesh Rice Research Institute, Gazipur
BD; and International Rice Research Institute IRRI, Los Banos PH

NP 2002 BELLINDER see IN 2002 BELLINDER

NP 2002 REGMI A P Regmi, J K Ladha, H Pathak, E Pasuquin, C Bueno, D Dawe, P R Hobbs*, D
Joshy, S L Maskey and S P Pandey. Yield and soil fertlity trends in a 20-year rice-rice-wheat
experiment in Nepal Soil Science Soc. America J. 66 857-867
With Regional Agricultural Research Station NARC, Bhairahawa NP and International Rice Research Institute
IRRI, Los Baios PH


PA 1984 MARTINEZ Juan Carlos Martinez* and Jose Roman Arauz. Developing appropriate
technologies through on-farm research: the lessons from Caisan, Panama Agricultural
Administration 17 93-114 AGRIS 87-048576
With Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias de Panama, David (Chiriqui) PY


PE 1999 MORALES F J Morales, J A Arroyave, J Castillo, C De Leon*. Cytopathology of maize
chlorotic mottle virus in Zea mays L. Maydica 44 231-235 AGRIS 2001-001887
With Universidad Nacional Agraria, La Molina PE and Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical CIAT, Cali
CO


PH 1974 NAZAREA Lourdes D Nazarea and D A Ramirez. Relationship of endosperm phenotypes
to protein, lysine and tryptophan levels in modified opaque-2 lines of maize (Zea mays L.)
Philippine Agriculturist 58 225-243 AGRIS 76-093200
From University of the Philippines at Los Baios, College, Laguna PH


PK 1985 HOBBS Peter R Hobbs*, Abdur Razzaq, Naeem I Hashmi, Mohammad Munir and Bakht R
Khan. Effect of mustard grown as a mixed or intercrop on the yield of wheat Pakistan J.
Agricultural Research 6 241-247 AGRIS 87-062100
With National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad PK

PK 1986 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee*, Peter R Hobbs*, M Ramzam Akhtar and Abdul Majid.
Developing improved crop technologies within the context of Pakistan's multiple cropping systems
Pakistan J Agricultural Social Sciences 1 1-28 AGRIS 87-062090
With Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, Islamabad PK








PK 1986 KHAN Bakht Roidar Khan, Bakhtmand Khan, A Razzaq, M Munir, M Aslam, Shahbaz
Ahmed, N I Hashmi and Peter R Hobbs*. Effect of different tillage implements on the yield of
wheat Pakistan J. Agricultural Research 7 141-147 AGRIS 87-081677
With National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad PK

PK 1986 RAZZAQ Abdul Razzaq, Bakht Roidan Khan, Bakhtmand Khan, Peter R Hobbs* and N I
Hashmi. Comparison of morphological and physiological parameters of wheat cultivars under
rainfed conditions Pakistan J. Agricultural Research 7 148-151 AGRIS 87-084042
With National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad PK

PK 1987 BYERLEE-1 Derek Byerlee*, M Ramzan Akhtar and Peter R Hobbs*. Reconciling
conflicts in sequential cropping patterns through plant breeding: the example of cotton and wheat in
Pakistan's Punjab Agricultural Systems 24 291-304
With Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, Islamabad PK

PK 1987 BYERLEE-2 Derek Byerlee* and Muzzaffar Iqbal. Recent trends and variability in prices
of selected crop and livestock products in Pakistan Pakistan J. Agricultural Social Sciences 1
158-168 AGRIS 88-069246
With Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, Islamabad PK

PK 1987 HEISEY Paul Heisey*, M Ramzan Akhtar and Munir Ahmad. Farmers' and breeders'
perceptions of wheat varieties grown in three major cropping systems in Pakistan Pakistan J.
Agricultural Social Sciences 1 212-221 AGRIS 88-070334
With Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, Faisalabad and Tarnab, Peshawar PK

PK 1988 SHAFIQUE Muhammad Shafique, Muhammad Sharif, Zulfiqar Ahmad and Jim
Longmire*. Farmers' perceptions of rice varieties grown in the Punjab: results from 1985-1987 J.
Agricultural Research (LahorePK) 26 261-265 AGRIS 89-139688
With Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad PK

PK 1988 SHARIF-1 Muhammad Sharif, Zulfiqar Ahmad, Muhammad Shafique and Jim Longmire*.
Rice varietal adoption in the Punjab: results from 1988 J Agricultural Research (Lahore PK) 26
327-332 AGRIS 90-013400
With Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad PK

PK 1988 SHARIF-2 Mohammad Sharif, Jim Longmire*, Mohammad Shafiq and Zulfiquar Ahmad.
Adoption of Basmati-385: implication for time conflicts in the rice wheat cropping system of
Pakistan's Punjab Pakistan J. Agricultural Social Sciences 2 89-106 AGRIS 90-071954
With Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad PK

PK 1988 SHEIKH A D Sheikh, Derek Byerlee* and M Azeem. Factors affecting cropping intensity
in Barani areas of northern Punjab, Pakistan Pakistan J. Agricultural Social Sciences 2 53-72
AGRIS 90-071934
With National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad PK

PK 1989 AHMAD Zulfiqar Ahmad, Muhammad Sharif, Muhammad Shafique and Jim Longmire*.
Wheat varietal diffusion and adoption in the irrigated Punjab: results from 1985-86 to 1987-88 J.
Agricultural Research (Lahore PK) 27 341-346 AGRIS 96-118754
With Agricultural Economics Research Unit PARC, Faisalabad PK

PK 1989 BYERLEE-1 Derek Byerlee*, Muzaffar Iqbal and K S Fischer. Quantifying and valuing the
joint production of grain and fodder from maize fields: evidence from northern Pakistan
Experimental Agriculture 25 435-445
With Animal Science Institute PARC, Islamabad PK









PK 1989 BYERLEE-2 Derek Byerlee*, Paul Heisey* and Peter Hobbs*. Diagnosing research
priorities for small farmers: experiences from on-farm research in Pakistan Quarterly J.
International Agriculture 28 254-265 AGRIS 92-111939
With Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, Islamabad PK

PK 1989 KHAN Bakht Roidar Khan, Abdur Razzaq, Bakhtmand Khan and Peter R Hobbs*. Varietal
response to planting time in wheat under rainfed conditions Sarhad J Agriculture 5 327-329
AGRIS 90-013425
With Arid Zone Research Institute, Quetta and National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad PK

PK 1990 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee*, Larry Harrington* and Mohammed Sharif. Irrigated cropping
systems of south Asia: technological change and sustainability to the year 2000 and beyond
Pakistan J Agricultural Social Sciences 5 1-33
With Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad PK

PK 1990 HUSSAIN S Sajidin Hussain, Jim Longmire*, M Manzoor Ali and Gregory Traxler*. The
yield gap for wheat in Pakistan Pakistan J. Agricultural Social Sciences 5 56-85
With Agricultural Research Institute, Peshawar and Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, Islamabad PK

PK 1990 JAHAN Qamar Jahan, Nitschka Ter-Kuile*, Naeem Hashmi, Mohammad Aslam, Ahsan A
Vahidy and Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi*. The status of the 1B/1R translocation chromosome in some
released wheat varieties and the 1989 candidate varieties of Pakistan Pakistan J Botany 22 1-10
With University of Karachi, Karachi PK and National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad PK

PK 1990 KHAN Bakht Man Khan, Abdur Razzaq, Bakht Roidar Khan, Khurram Saeed, Peter R
Hobbs* and N I Hashmi. Effect of deep tillage on grain yield of wheat under rainfed conditions
Pakistan J. Agricultural Research 11 78-83 AGRIS 91-106411
With National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad PK and Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan,
Islamabad PK

PK 1990 TETLAY Khaleel Tetlay, Derek Byerlee* and Zulfiqar Ahmad. Role of tractors, tubewells
and plant breeding in increasing cropping intensity in Pakistan's Punj ab Agricultural Economics 4
13-25 AGRIS 91-001968
With Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad PK

PK 1991 ALI Mubarak Ali and Derek Byerlee*. Economic efficiency of small farmers in a changing
world: a survey of recent evidence J. International Development 3 1-27 AGRIS 93-010965
With Economics Analysis Network, Islamabad PK

PK 1991 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee* and Kiramat Khan. Fertilizer response in irrigated maize in the
Swat valley: a synthesis of five years of on-farm research Pakistan Agricultural Development
Review 1 23-38
[With Cereal Crops Research Institute, Pirsabak (North West Frontier Province) PK]

PK 1991 TER-KUILE Nitschka Ter-Kuile*, Qamar Jahan, N Hashmi, M Aslam, A A Vahidy and A
Mujeeb-Kazi*. 1B/1R translocation wheat cultivars detected by A-PAGE electrophoresis and C-
banding in the 1990 national uniform wheat yield trial in Pakistan Pakistan J. Botany 23 203-212
With University of Karachi, Karachi PK and National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad PK

PK 1991 TETLAY Khaleel A Tetlay, Paul W Heisey*, Zulfiqar Ahmed and Ahmad Munir. Farmers'
sources of wheat seed and wheat seed management in three irrigated regions of Pakistan Seed
Science and Technology 19 123-138 AGRIS 91-069297
With Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad and Agricultural Research Institute, Tarnab, Peshawar
PK.









PK 1991 VAHIDY Ahsan A Vahidy, F A Durrani, Qamar Jahan and A Mujeeb-Kazi*. Production
and cytogenetics of intergeneric hybrids of Triticum aestivum with Aegilops variabilis and Ae.
vavilovi Pakistan J. Botany 23 213-222
With University of Karachi, Karachi PK

PK 1993 BYERLEE Derek Byerlee* and Tariq Husain. Agricultural research strategies for favoured
and marginal areas: the experience of farming systems research in Pakistan Experimental
Agriculture 29 155-171 AGRIS 95-074465
With Enterprise and Development Consulting, Islamabad PK

PK 1993 HEISEY Paul W Heisey*, Khaleel A Tetlay, Zulfiqar Ahmad and Munir Ahmad. Varietal
change in post-green revolution agriculture: empirical evidence for wheat in Pakistan J.
Agricultural Economics 44 428-442 AGRIS 96-000617
With Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, Faisalabad and Tarnab, Peshawar PK

PK 1993 SHAFIQ Muhammad Shafiq, Muhammad Azeem and Jim Longmire*. Diagnosing
alternatives in conventional crop rotations: sunflowers as an alternative to wheat in the cotton-
based cropping systems of Pakistan's Punjab Agricultural Systems 42 245-264
With Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, Islamabad PK

PK 1994 HUSSAIN Syed Sajidin Hussain, Derek Byerlee* and Paul W Heisey*. Impacts of the
training and visit extension system on farmers' knowledge and adoption of technology: evidence
from Pakistan Agricultural Economics 10 39-47 AGRIS 94-062171
With Agricultural Economics Research Unit, Tarnab, Peshawar PK

PK 1994 MUJEEB-KAZI A Mujeeb-Kazi*, Q Jahan and A A Vahidy. Application of a somatic and
meiotic cytological technique to diverse plant genera and species in the Triticeae Pakistan J.
Botany 26 353-366
With University of Karachi, Karachi PK

PK 1994 VAHIDY Ahsan A Vahidy, Qamar Jahan and A Mujeeb-Kazi*. Intervarietal polymorphism
of heterochromatin in bread wheat, Triticum aestivum L. Wheat Information Service 78 13-17
AGRIS 95-064694
With University of Karachi, Karachi PK

PK 1994 VAN NIEUWKOOP M van Nieuwkoop*, T Defoer and S Sajidin Hussain. The
contribution of rapid rural appraisals in the planning of on-farm research and extension activities
Agricultural Systems 44 201-216 AGRIS 95-085611
With PATA Integrated Agricultural Development Project, Saidu Sharif PK

PK 2001 MUJEEB-KAZI A Mujeeb-Kazi*, A Cortes*, V Rosas*, R Delgado*, F A Shafiq and A A
Vahidy. Three new monsomic chromosome 5B genetic stocks of bread wheat Cereal Research
Communications 29 49-55
With University of Karachi, Karachi PK


PY 1995 MORRIS Michael Morris* and Mercedes Alvarez. Targeting commodity research at small-
scale farmers: the case of maize in Paraguay Quarterly J. International Agriculture 34 386-405
With Ministry of Agriculture, Asunci6n PA


SD 1999 see BD 1999 BADARUDDIN









SV 1996 SAIN Gustavo E Sai and Hector J Barreto. The adoption of soil conservation technology in
El Salvador: linking productivity and conservation J. Soil and Water Conservation 51 313-321
AGRIS 97-012271


TH 1983 BONMAN J M Bonman*, B L Renfro* and N Singburaudom. Correlation between
resistance in maize to local and systemic infection by Peronosclerospora sorghi in Thailand Plant
Disease 67 219-220
With Kasetsart University, Bangkok TH

TH 1993 DREPPER W J Drepper, B Hau, J Kranz and B L Renfro*. Systemic infection of downy
mildew on maize in Thailand and the effect of weather factors Z. Pflanzenkrankheiten und
Pflanzenschutz 100 634-644 AGRIS 94-036454
With National Corn and Sorghum Research Center, Suwan TH and Justus-Liebig-Universitat, Giessen DE

TH 1993 FEIL B Feil, R Thirapom and H R Lafitte*. Accumulation of nitrogen and phosphorus in
the grain of tropical maize cultivars Maydica 38 291-300
With Kasetsart University, Bangkok TH and Eidgendssische Technische Hochschule, Zurich CH

TH 1995 DE LEON Carlos de Leon*, Charas Kitbamroong, Dara Buangsuwan and Prawat
Tanboonrek. Selection for resistance to aflatoxin formation in maize through seed inoculation
Food Additives and Contaminants 12 491-495 AGRIS 96-084090
With Department of Agriculture, Bangkok TH

TH 1995 HAU B Hau, W J Drepper*, O Prasertkit, J Kranz and B L Renfro*. Temporal and spatial
aspects of the epidemiology of sorghum downy mildew on maize Plant Pathology 44 897-908
AGRIS 96-137541
With National Corn and Sorghum Research Center, Pak Chong TH and Justus-Liebig-Universitat, Giessen DE


TR 1986 KHALEEQ B Khaleeq and A Klatt*. Effect of various fungicides and insecticides on
emergence of three wheat cultivars Agronomy J 78 967-970 AGRIS 87-096186
With Wheat Research Centre, Ankara TR

TR 1996 CAKMAK-1 I Cakmak, A Yilmaz, M Kalayci, H Ekiz, B Torum, B Erenoglu and H J
Braun*. Zinc deficiency as a critical problem in wheat production in Central Anatolia Plant and
Soil 180 165-172 AGRIS 97-119327
With Cukurova University, Adana TR; International Winter Cereal Research Center, Konya TR; and Transitional
Agriculture Research Institute, Eskisehir TR

TR 1996 CAKMAK-2 J Cakmak, N Sari, H Marschner, H Ekiz, M Kalayci, A Yilmaz and H J
Braun*. Phytosiderophore release in bread and durum wheat genotypes differing in zinc efficiency
Plant and Soil 180 183-189 AGRIS 97-119329
With Cukurova University, Adana TR; International Winter Cereal Research Center, Konya TR; Transitional
Agriculture Research Institute, Eskisehir TR; and Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE

TR 1996 MAKKOUK K M Makkouk, L Bertschinger*, M Conti, N Bolat and F Dusunceli. Barley
yellow striate mosaic rhabdovirus naturally infects cereal crops in the Anatolian plateau of Turkey
J Phytopathology 144 413-415
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY; Instituto di
Fitovirologia Applicata, Turin IT; Transitional-Zone Agricultural Research Institute, Eskisehir TR; and Field
Crops Central Research Institute, Ankara TR









TR 1997 CAKMAK I Cakmak, R Derici, B Torun, I Tolay, H J Braun* and R Schlegel. Role of rye
chromosomes in improvement of zinc efficiency in wheat and triticale Plant and Soil 196 249-253
With Cukurova University, Adana TR

TR 1997 MAMLUK 0 F Mamluk, L Cetin, H-J Braun*, N Bolat, L Bertschinger*, K M Makkouk, A
F Yildirim, E E Saari*, N Zencirci, S Albustan, S Cali, S P S Beniwal and F Duisiinceli. Current
status of wheat and barley diseases in the Central Anatolian Plateau of Turkey Phytopathologia
Mediterranea 36 167-181
With International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICARDA, Aleppo SY; Central Research
Institute for Field Crops, Ankara TR: Transitional Zone Agricultural Research Institute, Eskisehir TR; Bahri
Dagdas International Center for Winter Cereals, Konya TR; and Plant Protection Research Institute, Adana TR

TR 1999 CAKMAK-1 I Cakmak, M Kalayci, H Ekiz, H J Braun*, Y Kilinc and A Yilmaz. Zinc
deficiency as a practical problem in plant and human nutrition in Turkey: a NATO-science for
stability project Field Crops Research 60 175-180
With Cukurova University, Adana TR; Transitional Zone Agricultural Research Institute, Eskiseher TR; and
International Winter Cereals Research Centre, Konya TR

TR 1999 CAKMAK-2 Ismail Cakmak, Inci Tolay, Hakan Ozkan, Aytiil Ozdemir and Hans J Braun*.
Variation in zinc efficiency among and within Aegilops species J. Plant Nutrition and Soil
Science 162 257-262
With Cukurova University, Adana TR

TR 1999 CAKMAK-3 I Cakmak, O Cakmak, S Eker, A Ozdemir, N Watanabe and H J Braun*.
Expression of high zinc efficiency ofAegilops tauschii and Triticum monococcum in synthetic
hexaploid wheats Plant and Soil 215 203-209 AGRIS 2000-033572
With Cukurova University, Adana TR

TR 2000 CAKMAK I Cakmak, H Ozkan, H J Braun*, R M Welch and V Romheld. Zinc and iron
concentrations in seeds of wild, primitive, and modem wheats Food and Nutrtion Bull. 21 401-
403
With Cukurova University, Adana TR; Weiznann Institute of Science, Rehovat IL; Plant, Soil and Nutrition
Laboratory USDA, Ithaca (New York) US; and Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE

TR 2000 TORUN B Torun, G Bozbay, L Gultekin, H J Braun*, H Ekiz and I Cakmak. Differences in
shoot growth and zinc concentration of 164 bread wheat genotypes in a zinc-deficient calcareous
soil J Plant Nutrition 23 1251-1265
With Cukurova University, Adana TR and International Winter Wheat Research Center, Konya TR

TR 2001 TOLAY I Tolay, B Erenoglu, V Romheld, H J Braun* and I Cakmak. Phytosiderophore
release in Aegilops tauschii and Triticum species under zinc and iron deficiencies J. Experimental
Botany 52 1093-1099
With Cukurova University, Adana TR and Universitat Hohenheim, Stuttgart DE


TZ 1999 MWANGI Wilfred Mwangi*, Hugo Verkuijl* and Shekania Bisanda. Gender differentials
in adoption of improved maize production technologies in Mbeya region of the southern highlands
of Tanzania Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review 15 65-77
With MARTI Uyole, Mbeya TZ

TZ 2000 KALIBA Aloyce R M Kaliba, Hugo Verkuijl* and Wilfred Mwangi*. Factors affecting
adoption of improved maize seeds and use of inorganic fertilizer for maize production in the
intermediate and lowland zones of Tanzania J Agricultural and Applied Economics 32 35-47
With Ministry of Agriculture TZ









UY 2002 FRANCO-1 Jorge Franco and Jose Crossa*. The modified location model for classifying
genetic resources: I. Association between categorical and continuous variables Crop Science 42
1719-1726
With Universidad de la Rep0blica Oriental del Uruguay, Montevideo UY

UY 2002 FRANCO-2 Jorge Franco, Jos6 Crossa*, Suketoshi Taba* and Steve A Eberhart. The
modified location model for classifying genetic resources: II. Unrestricted variance-covariance
matrices Crop Science 42 1727-1736
With Universidad de la Rep0blica Oriental del Uruguay, Montevideo UY and National Seed Storage Laboratory
USDA, Fort Collins (Colorado) US


VE 1998 SAN VICENTE F M San Vicente, A Bejarano, C Marin and J Crossa*. Analysis of diallel
crosses among improved tropical white endosperm maize populations Maydica 43 147-153
AGRIS 2000-009589
With Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Agropecuarias CENIAP, Maracay VE


ZW 1989 ANANDAJAYASEKERAM P Anandajayasekeram* and M Rukuni. Institutionalisation of
on-farm research with farming systems perspectives (OFR/FSP) in eastern and southern African
region: achievements and future direction Zimbabwe J. Agricultural Research 27 67-81
With University of Zimbabwe, Harare ZW

ZW 1989 SHUMBA E M Shumba, S R Waddington* and M Rukuni. Delayed maize plantings in a
smallholder farming area of Zimbabwe: problem diagnosis Zimbabwe J. Agricultural Research 27
103-112
With Department of Research and Specialist Services, Causeway ZW and University of Zimbabwe, Harare ZW

ZW 1990 SHUMBA E M Shumba, R H Bernstein and S R Waddington*. Maize and groundnut yield
gap analysis for research priority setting in the smallholder sector of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe J.
Agricultural Research 28 105-113
With Department of Research and Specialist Services, Causeway ZW and Michigan State University, East
Lansing (Michigan) US

ZW 1992 SHUMBA E M Shumba, S R Waddington* and M Rukini. Use of tine-tillage, with atrazine
weed control, to permit earlier planting of maize by smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe
Experimental Agriculture 28 443-452
With Department of Research and Specialist Services, Causeway ZW and University of Zimbabwe, Harare ZW

ZW 1994 CHIDUZA C Chiduza, S R Waddington* and I K Mariga. Grain yield and economic
performance of experimental open-pollinated varieties and released hybrids of maize in a remote
semi-arid area of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe J Agricultural Research 32 33-43 AGRIS 97-017713

ZW 1995 CHIDUZA C Chiduza, S R Waddington* and M Rukuni. Evaluation of sorghum
technologies for smallholders in a semi-arid region of Zimbabwe: (Part I) Production practices and
development of an experimental agenda; (Part II) Sorghum varieties against fertilizer trials J.
Applied Science in Southern Africa 1 1-9; 11-22
With University of Zimbabwe, Harare ZW

ZW 2000 JERANYAMA Peter Jeranyama, Oran B Hesterman, Stephen R Waddington* and Richard
R Harwood. Relay-intercropping of sunnhemp and cowpea into a smallholder maize system in
Zimbabwe Agronomy J. 92 239-244
With Michigan State University, East Lansing (Michigan) US and Agricultural Technical and Extension Services
AGRITEX, Domboshava ZW

ZW 2001 DERERA-1 J Derera, K V Pixley* and P Denash Giga. Resistance of maize to the maize
weevil: I. Antibiosis African Crop Science J. 9 431-440
With University of Zimbabwe, Harare ZW










ZW 2001 DERERA-2 J Derera, P Denash Giga and K V Pixley*. Resistance of maize to the maize
weevil: II. Non-preference African Crop Science J. 9 441-450
With University of Zimbabwe, Harare ZW

ZW 2001 WADDINGTON S R Waddington* and J Karigwindi*. Productivity and profitability of
maize + groundnut rotations compared with continuous maize on smallholder farms in Zimbabwe
Experimental Agriculture 37 83-98
With AGRITEX Training Centre, Domboshava ZW









PART C INDEX BY JOURNAL


Acta Agronomica Sinica (CN)
CN 2001 YUAN

Acta Cientifica Potosina (MX)
MX 2000 CUELLAR

Acta Genetica Sinica (CN)
CN 2000 YUAN

Advances in Agronomy (US)
1974 ZILLINSKY
1984 SKOVMAND

African Crop Science J. (UG)
1996 GUEI
1998 MUGO
ET 1994 AMSAL
ET 1994 FASIL
ET 1994 TANNER
ET 1994 ZEWDU
ET 1995 AMSAL-1
ET 1995 AMSAL-2
ET 1995 ASMARE
ET 1995 SOLOMON

Agrekon (ZA)
1999 HASSAN

Agribusiness (US)
1993 LOPEZ-PEREIRA

Agriculture T6cnica (CL)
1991 HERRERA


CN 2002 LIU


CN 2002 ZHANG-FL


1990 CROSSA-1
1992 PANDEY


ET 1995 TANNER
ET 1996 TAYE-1
ET 1996 TAYE-2
ET 1997 AMSAL
ET 1997 ASEFA-1
ET 1997 ASEFA-2
ET 1997 ASEFA-3
ET 1997 TAYE
ET 1999 BELAY
ET 1999 SELAMYIHUN


MX 1997 VIDAL


ET 2000 ESILABA
ET 2000 GIRMA
ET 2002 ASEFA-1
ET 2002 EFREM
KE 1993 ODHIAMBO
KE 1994 SAHA
ZW2001 DERERA-1
ZW2001 DERERA-2


MX 2002 VIDAL


Agriculture T6cnica en M6xico (MX)
MX 1997 RAMIREZ MX 1999 GUILLEN


Agricultural Administration and Extension (US) started 1987, formerly Agricultural
Administration
1981 COLLINSON 1987 BYERLEE-1 PA 1984 MARTINEZ
--------- N 1980 BIGGS


Agricultural Economics (NL)
1989 MORRIS
1991 MARTINEZ
1994 RENKOW
1994 SMALE-1
1996 MAREDIA


2000 MAREDIA
2001 DOSS-1
2001 KOSAREK
KE 1996 HASSAN
MX 1992 BRENNAN


NP 1994 MORRIS
PK 1990 TETLAY
PK 1994 HUSSAIN









Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (NL), started 1984, formerly Agricultural Meteorology


1975 LAING


2002 LOBELL


Agricultural Sciences in China (CN)


CN 2002 ZHANG-Y


Agricultural Systems (GB)
1994 FUJISAKA
PK 1987 BYERLEE-1


PK 1993 SHAFIQ
PK 1994 VAN NIEUWKOOP


Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (NL)
1998 SNAPP

Agrociencia (MX)


AR 1973 PARISI
AR 1973 TORRES
MX 1969 HEWSTONE
MX 1969 MAYA
MX 1969 POEY
MX 1970 HERNANDEZ
MX 1972 BERARDO
MX 1972 MENDOZA
MX 1973 LOPEZ
MX 1973 MARTINEZ
MX 1973 CURRENT
MX 1974 CAMINO
MX 1974 ORELLANO
MX 1974 SENMACHE
MX 1975 AGUILAR
MX 1975 ARJONA


Agronomia Tropical (VE)
1999 SAN VICENTE

Agronomie Tropicale (FX)
MX 1992 SCOPEL

Agronomy J. (US)
1969 LAIRD
1970 RIES
1973 LUXMOORE
1976 FISCHER-1
1979 SOJKA
1981 SOJKA
1991 BOLANOS
1991 BONHOMME
1991 KANG-1


MX 1975 RAMIREZ
MX 1975 SALAZAR
MX 1975 VALENCIA
MX 1975 VAZQUEZ
MX 1978 CERVANTES
MX 1978 SARTORI
MX 1979 CORDOVA
MX 1983 CAVIEDES
MX 1984 BARAHONA
MX 1984 GILCHRIST-1
MX 1984 GILCHRIST-2
MX 1984 ORTIZ
MX 1986 GILCHRIST
MX 1987 PAGLIETTINI
MX 1988 HUERTA
MX 1989 IRETA


1993 EDMEADES-1
1993 POLLAK
1993 SAIN
1993 SRINIVASAN
1995 RAUN
1997 CHAPMAN-1
1999 HARTKAMP
2000 ELINGS
2000 LIMON-ORTEGA-1


MX 1991 CASTRO
MX 1992 JAIME
MX 1993 CLAURE
MX 1993 MATUS
MX 1993 VAN NIEUWKOOP
MX 1996 DE GRACIA
MX 1996 TRUJILLO
MX 1997 GUTIERREZ
MX 1997 QUERO
MX 1999 SANDOVAL
MX 2000 AGUILAR-RINCON-1
MX 2000 AGUILAR-RINCON-2
MX 2000 SERRATO-CRUZ-1
MX 2000 SERRATO-CRUZ-2
MX 2001 PEREZ-BRITO


2000 LIMON-ORTEGA-2
2001 FEDERER
2001 VARGAS
BD 1998 TIMSINA
BD 1999 BADARUDDIN
CO 1996 URREA-GOMEZ
TR 1986 KHALEEQ
ZW2000 JERANYAMA


American J. Agricultural Economics (US)


1977 MOSCARDI
1986 BYERLEE-1
1986 BYERLEE-2
1991 HEISEY
1991 LEATHERS


1992 TRAXLER
1993 RENKOW
1993 TRAXLER
1994 SMALE-2
1995 BYERLEE


1995 GLADWIN
1995 TRAXLER
1997 HEISEY
1998 SMALE-1
2000 GOLLIN


CN 2002 YAN









American J. Alternative Agriculture (US)
MX 1991 SINGH-1

American J. Botany (US)
1995 LEBLANC-1

Annals of Agricultural Research (IN)
1999 PANWAR

Annals Assoc. American Geographers (US)
1990 BEBBINGTON

Annals of Applied Biology (GB)
1990 WARHAM-1 1993 WEBBY

Annals of Biology (IN)
1992 MUJEEB-KAZI 1993 MUJEEB-KAZI

Annals of Botany (GB)
1994 TURNER 2002 ARAUS

Annals Entomological Soc. America (US)
1990 McCAULEY 1990 PASHLEY

Annual Review of Phytopathology (US)
1974 SAARI 1981 DUBIN
1978 YOUNG 1996 DUBIN

Applied and Environmental Microbiology (US)
1995 BRAGARD

Archives of Virology (AT)
2001 CHOI

Australian J. Agricultural Research (AU)
1977 FISCHER-1 1994 TRETHOWAN
1978 FISCHER-1 1996 PENROSE-1
1978 FISCHER-2 1996 PENROSE-2
1979 FISCHER-1 1996 TRETHOWAN
1979 FISCHER-2 1998 BRENNAN
1993 TRETHOWAN 2000 SIVAPALAN

Australian J. Plant Physiology (AU)
1980 FISCHER 2000 BARBOUR
1994 REYNOLDS-1 2000 CALDERINI

Bangladesh J. Agricultural Research (BD)
1982 AHMED


1995 MUJEEB-KAZI-1
























2000 VILLEGAS
2001 FERRIO
2001 SHARP
2001 SIVAPALAN
2002 REEVES




2001 MAES









Bangladesh J. Plant Pathology (BD)
BD 1995 MALAKER

Biology and Fertility of Soils (DE)
ET 2000 AMANUEL

Biometrics (US)
1996 GRONDONA


Breeding Science (JP)
1994 INAGAKI
1994 VILLAREAL-1


1995 INAGAKI-1
1995 INAGAKI-2


Bull. Indonesian Economic Studies (AU)
ID 1981 MONTGOMERY

Bull. OEPP (GB)
1994 DUVEILLER-1

Canadian J. Agricultural Economics (CA)
1991 TAYLOR


Canadian J. Botany (CA)
1978 THOMAS


1989 DHALIWAL-1


MX 1993 SERRATOS


Canadian J. Genetics and Cytology (CA), see Genome

Canadian J. Plant Pathology (CA)


1986 WARHAM-1
1988 WARHAM-1


Canadian J. Plant Science (CA)
1979 MUCHENA

Canadian J. Soil Science (CA)
ET 2000 SELAMYIHUN


1992 BORLAUG
IN 2002 SINGH



2001 GAUDET


Cereal Chemistry (US)
1977 CHIBBER
1983 ORTEGA


1986 ORTEGA
1991 ORTEGA


Cereal Research Communications (HU)
1977 THOMAS 1990 RANSOM-1
1980 MUJEEB-KAZI 1990 RIERA-LIZARAZ
1980 NELSON 1993 IMMONEN-1
1981 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 1994 DHILLON
1982 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 1995 BOHOROVA-1
1984 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 1995 VILLAREAL-1
1985 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 1996 FUENTES-DAVILA
1986 WADDINGTON-1 1997 INAGAKI-1
1989 SINGH-RP 1999 MUJEEB-KAZI-1


1991 PAULIS




1999 VILLAREAL
2000 REKIKA
2001 MERAH-1
2002 PRITCHARD
IN 1993 DHILLON
IN 2002 TRIPATHI
MX 1995 DIAZ DE LEON
PK2001 MUJEEB-KAZI


2001 SINGH









Cereal Science Today (US)

1974 BATES

Chemico-Biological Interactions (IE)
1977 BATES

Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis (US)


ET 1995 TILAHUN


Conservation Ecology (CA) an online journal
2002 HARRINGTON

Crop Protection (GB)


1989 SMILANICK
1994 FUENTES-DAVILA-1
1996 KUMAR-1
2000 RANSOM

Crop Science (US)
1968 CASTRO
1975 FISCHER
1976 FISCHER-2
1976 FISCHER-3
1976 SINGH
1981 FISCHER
1982 REGER
1983 REGER
1986 JOHNSON
1986 PANDEY
1986 WADDINGTON-2
1987 FISCHER-KS
1987 PANDEY
1988 PHAM
1989 BARKER
1989 DE LEON
1989 PETERSON
1990 CROSSA-2
1990 CROSSA-3
1991 BECK
1991 CALHOUN-1
1991 CALHOUN-2
1991 CEBALLOS
1991 PANDEY
1991 SINGH-1
1991 YAU
1992 BARKER
1992 BRAUN
1992 DAS
1992 ELLIS-1
1992 ELLIS-2
1992 SINGH-5
1992 THOME
1992 VASAL-1
1992 VASAL-2
1993 ARAUS
1993 DE LEON
1993 EDMEADES-2
1993 GRANADOS
1993 PIXLEY
1993 RANIERI-1


2002 KUMAR-1
2002 KUMAR-2
BR 1992 MEHTA
IL 2001 KANAMPIU


1993 RIERA-LIZARAZU
1993 SINGH-1
1993 SINGH-2
1993 VASAL-1
1993 VASAL-2
1994 BONHOMME
1994 CALHOUN
1994 DUQUE-VARGAS
1994 EAGLES
1994 PIXLEY
1994 SOUZA
1994 THOME
1995 BYRNE
1995 CROSSA-1
1995 CROSSA-2
1995 LAFITTE-1
1995 MOSAAD-1
1995 OLMEDA-ARCEGA
1995 RAGOT
1995 VASAL-1
1996 ABDALLA
1996 AUTRIQUE
1996 BOHN
1997 ABDALLA
1997 BANZIGER-1
1997 BANZIGER-2
1997 BOHN
1997 CROSS
1997 FURMAN
1997 NELSON
1997 ORTIZ-MONASTERIO-1
1997 ORTIZ-MONASTERIO-2
1997 RINCON
1997 SAYRE
1997 VAN BEUNINGEN
1997 VILLAREAL
1998 BARRETT
1998 FISCHER
1998 GROH-1
1998 NELSON
1998 SOUZA


IL 2002 KANAMPIU-1
IN 1993 SHARMA
KE 2001 OSWALD-1
KE 2002 OSWALD


1998 TABA
1999 BANZIGER
1999 CHAPMAN
1999 CORNELIUS
1999 EDMEADES
1999 REYNOLDS
2000 DEL BLANCO
2000 GIAUFFRET
2001 DEL BLANCO
2001 MERAH-2
2001 MICKELSON
2001 PARDEY
2001 TRETHOWAN-1
2001 YAN
2002 CASTRO
2002 CROSS
2002 HESSLER
2002 PIXLEY
2002 RIBAUT
2002 SMALE
2002 TRETHOWAN
2002 WARBURTON-1
2002 WILLCOX
BR 1994 PANDEY
BR 1997 CROSS
BR 1999 VENCOVSKY
CO 1995 PEREZ-VELASQUEZ
CO 1997 SALAZAR
MX 1997 FRANCO-1
MX 1997 FRANCO-2
MX 1997 SINGH
MX 1998 FRANCO
MX 1998 SAYRE
MX 1998 SINGH-1
MX 1998 VARGAS
MX 1999 FRANCO
MX 1999 VARGAS
NP 1997 SHARMA-1
UY 2002 FRANCO-1
UY 2002 FRANCO-2


1991 RAUN


1995 BELL-1









Cryptogamic Botany (DE)
1991 DITTRICH

Cultivos Tropicales (CU)
CU 1996 IGLESIAS

Current Science (IN)
1988 DHALIWAL 1989 DHALIWAL-2

Cytologia (JP)
1984 MUJEEB-KAZI-2 1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-2
1985 MUJEEB-KAZI-2 1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-3
1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-1 1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-4

Desarrollo Rural en las Americas (CR)
AR 1984 MOSCARDI

Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review (ET)
TZ 1999 MWANGI

Ecological Applications (US)
2000 PANEK

Economic Botany (US)
1976 RANDOLPH 2000 CLEVELAND
1995 BUCKLES 2001 SOLERI

Economic Development and Cultural Change (US)
1979 GAFSI 1993 MORRIS
1987 BYERLEE-2 1995 SMALE-1

Egyptian J. Genetics and Cytology (EG)
EG 1975 SHEHATA

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (NL)
2001 EBBERT

Entomophaga (FX)
MX 1996 BOHOROVA

Environmental Entomology (US)
1974 SULLIVAN 1991 MAREDIA-1

Ethiopian J. Agricultural Economics (ET)
ET 1997 ASFAW

Ethiopian J. Agricultural Science (ET)
ET 1992 WORKNEH


2001 PRASANNA



1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-5
1996 WILLIAM
















MX 2000 AGUIRRE




MX 2001 SMALE









Ethiopian J. Natural Resources (ET)


ET 2001 AMSAL
ET 2001 ASEFA


Euphytica (NL)
1977 LAING
1978 LEIHNER
1979 JAMES
1981 THOMAS
1989 BROERS
1989 CROSSA-1
1990 FOX
1991 FURINI
1991 HE
1991 SINGH-2
1992 HE
1992 ROBINSON-1
1993 DANIAL
1993 DAS
1993 DUVEILLER-1
1993 IMMONEN-2


European J. Agronomy (NL)
1997 ELINGS

Experimental Agriculture (GB)
1977 FISCHER-2
1977 FISCHER-3
1987 COLLINSON
1988 BYERLEE
1988 CROSSA-1

Fertilizer Research (NL)
1995 BARRETO

Field Crops Research (NL)
1982 MIDMORE
1983 MUCHENA
1984 MIDMORE
1985 KANEMASU
1987 FISCHER-RA
1989 FISCHER
1989 RANSOM
1991 ESKRIDGE
1992 CROSS
1993 BOLANOS-1
1993 BOLANOS-2
1993 BOLANOS-3
1993 SELMANI
1994 BELL
1994 DUBIN
1994 LAFITTE

Fitopatologia Brasileira (BR)
1993 BRAGARD-1


ET 2001 MINALE
ET 2002 ASEFA-2



1993 IMMONEN-3
1994 ARNASON
1994 DeLACY
1994 HE
1994 MORGUNOV
1994 SINGH
1995 MA-1
1995 MA-2
1995 SINGH-G-1
1995 VASAL-2
1996 PENROSE-3
1996 VILLAREAL-1
1997 BROERS
1997 CHAPMAN-2
1997 CHAPMAN-3
1997 MA-1



MX 2001 MANSKE



1990 TRIPP-1
1991 BYERLEE-1
1991 LOW
2002 SHAMUDZARIRA
PK 1989 BYERLEE-1



ET 1996 TILAHUN



1994 REYNOLDS-2
1995 BANZIGER
1995 BELL-2
1995 BOLANOS
1995 SAYRE
1995 WANG
1996 BOLANOS
1997 LAFITTE-1
1997 LAFITTE-2
1997 LAFITTE-3
1998 BIRCH
1999 BINDRABAN
1999 GRAHAM
2002 FISCHER
2002 HARTKAMP-1
2002 HARTKAMP-2


1998 GE
1998 INAGAKI-1
1998 VILLAREAL
2000 SOLERI
2001 BANZIGER
2001 BORU
2002 AYALA
2002 MANSKE
EC 1996 BROERS
IL 1983 EYAL
IL 1990 DANON
IL 1992 EYAL
IN 2002 DHALIWAL
MX 1995 SINGH-1
MX 2000 LOUETTE


PK 1993 BYERLEE
ZW 1992 SHUMBA
ZW2001 WADDINGTON


2002 REYNOLDS
2002 WHITE
AR 1997 ABBATE
BD 2001 TIMSINA
ET 1993 TANNER-1
IN 1994 ORTIZ-MONASTERIO
IR 2002 AYENEH
MX 1998 BINDRABAN
MX 2000 GUTIERREZ-RODRiGUEZ
MX 2000 REYNOLDS
MX 2001 TRETHOWAN
NP 1996 SHARMA
NP 1999 ADHIKARY
TR 1999 CAKMAK-1









Fitotecnia Latinoamericano (CR)
MX 1968 CASAS

Food Additives and Contaminants (GB)
TH 1995 DE LEON


Food and Nutrition Bull. (JP)
2000 BANZIGER
2000 [ORTIZ-] MONASTERIO


Food Policy (GB)
1983 BYERLEE
1990 TRIPP-2
1991 BYERLEE-2


2000 VASAL
TR 2000 CAKMAK



1993 BYERLEE-1
1996 BYERLEE
2002 PINGALI


BD 1996 MORRIS
IN 1998 MORRIS
KZ 2000 MENG


Food Reviews International (US)
1993 WINKELMANN

Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution (NL)


1992 ROBINSON-4
1996 MUJEEB-KAZI-6

Genetica (NL)
1997 JIANG

Genetica Polonica (PL)
1977 ROGALSKA

Genetics (US)
1968 CASAS

Genetika (CS)
1976 JOVANOVIC


1999 HEDE-1
2000 DeLACY-1


1984 PANDEY


MA 1999 EL BOUHSSINI


1984 SPRAGUE


Genome (CA) started
1984 GUSTAFSON
1986 LAURIE
---------------------------
1987 MUJEEB-KAZI
1991 HEUN

Hereditas (SE)
1975 MERKER

Heredity (GB)
1976 BYTH
1986 WESTCOTT
1993 GUEI


1987, formerly Canadian J. Genetics and Cytology
1992 SINGH-1 1997 WILLIAM
1993 WILLIAM-1 1999 RAJARAM
1995 AUTRIQUE 2002 PELLEGRINESCHI-1
1995 NELSON-1
1995 NELSON-2


1998 GRIMANELLI-1
1998 GRIMANELLI-2









Human Organization (US)
1985 TRIPP KE 1984 FRANZEL

IAALD Quarterly Bull. (US)
1995 WOOLSTON

Indian J. Genetics and Plant Breeding (IN)
1967 ATHWAL 1979 RAJARAM 2001 PANWAR

Indian Phytopathology (IN)
1972 RAJARAM 1989 SINGH-DV 1994 KAUR-2
1982 NAGARAJAN-1 1994 DE LEON IN 1989 BHAT
1988 SINGH-1 1994 KAUR-1

Indonesian J. Crop Science (ID)
1990 KASIM

Insect Science and its Applications (KE)
1985 MIHM 1997 BERGVINSON KE 2002 DE GROOTE

Integrated Pest Management Reviews (NL)
IL 2002 KANAMPIU-2

International J. Agrarian Affairs (GB)
1973 BORLAUG

International J. Pest Management (GB)
IL1996 GRESSEL MX 1994 BAJET

Israel J. Plant Sciences (IL)
2001 RAJARAM

J. Agricultural and Applied Economics (US)
TZ 2000 KALIBA

J. Agricultural Economics (GB)
IN 1990 SINGH PK 1993 HEISEY

J. Agricultural Research (PK)
PK 1988 SHAFIQUE PK 1988 SHARIF-1 PK 1989 AHMAD

J. Agricultural Science (GB)
1974 GOLDSWORTHY-1 1976 FISCHER-5 1987 WESTCOTT
1974 GOLDSWORTHY-2 1985 FISCHER 1990 AGGARWAL
1976 FISCHER-4 1987 WADDINGTON 1994 REYNOLDS-3

J. Agronomic Education (US) see J. Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education




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