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Journal Article
M. Mukesh, Bionaz, M., Graugnard, D. E., Drackley, J. K., and Loor, J. J., Adipose tissue depots of Holstein cows are immune responsive: inflammatory gene expression in vitro., Domest Anim Endocrinol, vol. 38, no. 3, pp. 168-78, 2010.
D. E. Graugnard, Piantoni, P., Bionaz, M., Berger, L. L., Faulkner, D. B., and Loor, J. J., Adipogenic and energy metabolism gene networks in longissimus lumborum during rapid post-weaning growth in Angus and Angus x Simmental cattle fed high-starch or low-starch diets., BMC Genomics, vol. 10, p. 142, 2009.
T. D. Hubbard, Murray, I. A., Bisson, W. H., Lahoti, T. S., Gowda, K., Amin, S. G., Patterson, A. D., and Perdew, G. H., Adaptation of the human aryl hydrocarbon receptor to sense microbiota-derived indoles, Scientific reports, vol. 5, 2015.
M. S. Cross, Zavaleta, E. S., Bachelet, D., Brooks, M. L., Enquist, C. A. F., Fleishman, E., Graumlich, L. J., Groves, C. R., Hannah, L., Hansen, L., and , The Adaptation for Conservation Targets (ACT) framework: a tool for incorporating climate change into natural resource management, Environmental Management, vol. 50, pp. 341–351, 2012.
M. S. Cross, Zavaleta, E. S., Bachelet, D., Brooks, M. L., Enquist, C. A. F., Fleishman, E., Graumlich, L. J., Groves, C. R., Hannah, L., Hansen, L., and , The Adaptation for Conservation Targets (ACT) framework: a tool for incorporating climate change into natural resource management, Environmental Management, vol. 50, pp. 341–351, 2012.
A. L. Grimshaw, Schwartz, B. M., Grey, T. L., McCullough, P. E., Raymer, P. L., Webster, T. M., Kowalewski, A. R., Tate, T. M., and Parrott, W. A., Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase Herbicide Tolerance in Bermudagrass, Agronomy Journal, vol. 106, no. 3, p. 925, 2014.
A. L. Grimshaw, Schwartz, B. M., Grey, T. L., McCullough, P. E., Raymer, P. L., Webster, T. M., Kowalewski, A. R., Tate, T. M., and Parrott, W. A., Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase Herbicide Tolerance in Bermudagrass, Agronomy Journal, vol. 106, no. 3, p. 925, 2014.
F. Bryant Gomm, Accumulation of NO3 and NH4 in Reed Canarygrass1, Agronomy Journal, vol. 71, no. 4, p. 627, 1979.
J. Sun, Todd, J. D., J Thrash, C., Qian, Y. P. L., Qian, M. C., Temperton, B., Guo, J., Fowler, E. K., Aldrich, J. T., Nicora, C. D., Lipton, M. S., Smith, R. D., De Leenheer, P., Payne, S. H., Johnston, A. W. B., Davie-Martin, C. L., Halsey, K. H., and Giovannoni, S. J., The abundant marine bacterium Pelagibacter simultaneously catabolizes dimethylsulfoniopropionate to the gases dimethyl sulfide and methanethiol., Nat Microbiol, vol. 1, no. 8, p. 16065, 2016.
J. Sun, Todd, J. D., J Thrash, C., Qian, Y. P. L., Qian, M. C., Temperton, B., Guo, J., Fowler, E. K., Aldrich, J. T., Nicora, C. D., Lipton, M. S., Smith, R. D., De Leenheer, P., Payne, S. H., Johnston, A. W. B., Davie-Martin, C. L., Halsey, K. H., and Giovannoni, S. J., The abundant marine bacterium Pelagibacter simultaneously catabolizes dimethylsulfoniopropionate to the gases dimethyl sulfide and methanethiol., Nat Microbiol, vol. 1, no. 8, p. 16065, 2016.
A. M. Nafus, Svejcar, T., Ganskopp, D. C., and Davies, K. W., Abundances of Coplanted Native Bunchgrasses and Crested Wheatgrass after 13 Years, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 68, no. 2, pp. 211 - 214, 2015.
R. Constantine, Jackson, J. A., Steel, D., Baker, C. S., Brooks, L., Burns, D., Clapham, P., Hauser, N., Madon, B., Mattila, D., Oremus, M., M. Poole, M., Robbins, J., Thompson, K. F., and Garrigue, C., Abundance of humpback whales in Oceania using photo-identification and microsatellite genotyping, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 453, pp. 249 - 261, 2012.
S. Rattanakon, Ghan, R., Gambetta, G. A., Deluc, L. G., Schlauch, K. A., and Cramer, G. R., Abscisic acid transcriptomic signaling varies with grapevine organ, BMC Plant Biology, no. 1112Suppl62416359348431411651266124539499323569169, 2016.
S. Rattanakon, Ghan, R., Gambetta, G. A., Deluc, L. G., Schlauch, K. A., and Cramer, G. R., Abscisic acid transcriptomic signaling varies with grapevine organ, BMC Plant Biology, no. 1112Suppl62416359348431411651266124539499323569169, 2016.
A. Goyer, Callakova, E., R de la Garza, D., Quinlivan, E. P., Williamson, J., Gregory, III, J. F., Shachar-Hill, Y., and Hanson, A. D., 5-Formyltetrahydrofolate is an inhibitory but well tolerated metabolite in Arabidopsis leaves, The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol. 280, 2005.
A. Goyer, Callakova, E., R de la Garza, D., Quinlivan, E. P., Williamson, J., Gregory, III, J. F., Shachar-Hill, Y., and Hanson, A. D., 5-Formyltetrahydrofolate is an inhibitory but well tolerated metabolite in Arabidopsis leaves, The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol. 280, 2005.
Conference Proceedings
J. Antwi, Rondon, S. I., Frost, K., Goyer, A., and Cating, R. A., Taking a second look at Lygus in the Pacific Northwest, 75th annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference. Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference, Portland, Oregon, pp. 54-57, 2016.
K. K. Donegan, Seidler, R. J., Watrud, L. S., Govere, E., Hornsby, M., Porteous, L. A., and McKane, R., Soil and litter organisms and processes in Pacific Northwest forests at two elevations and under different management practices, Proceedings of the 9th North American Forest Soils Conference. Tahoe City, CA, 1998.
R. Novy, Schneider, B., Rashidi, M., Rashed, A., Rondon, S. I., and Goyer, A., Screening of potato breeding clones for response to zebra chip (ZC) disease and observations on Lso titer and ZC symptom expression in foliage and tuber, Proceedings of the 99th Annnul Potato Association of America. Potato Association of America, Portland, Maine, p. 73, 2015.