Ohio Invasive Plant Research Conference: bridging the gap between land management and research; proceedings
The Ohio Invasive Plant Research Conference was held on March 5, 2004, at the Ohio Department of Transportation Auditorium in Columbus, under the theme Bridging the Gap Between Land Management and Research. Eight oral ...
G. H. Stringfield lectures; August 26, 2002, Wooster, Ohio; proceedings
Pratt, Richard C. (2002)
On the occasion of the inaugural Stringfield Lectures, many friends and colleagues gathered to learn about the life and work of Glen Stringfield, and to honor Dr. William R. Findley, the first recipient of the G.H. ...
OARDC's competitive positioning strategy: a development path for the future
The report documents the findings of a study conducted by the Battelle Memorial Institute's Technology Partnership Practice with regard to OARDC's strengths and positioning for future research in the area of agbioscience.
Processing cottonseed to moderate fatty acid metabolism and improve milk production by dairy cows
Reveneau, Carine (2006-04-17)
Whole cottonseed is commonly added to dairy diets to provide energy, protein, and as a partial substitute for forage. For some feeding situations, however, handling problems limit their feasibility for use. Although pelleting ...
Identification of the first two virulence genes of Moraxella osloensis in the slug Deroceras reticulatum
An, Ruisheng (2006-04-17)
The bacterium Moraxella osloensis associated with the nematode Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita is a pathogen of slug Deroceras reticulatum. Nematode infective juveniles vector M. osloensis into the shell cavity of D. ...
Characterization of the cysteine protease, PhCP10, during the senescence of Petunia x hybrida flowers
Waterland, Nicole L. (2007-04-02)
Proteases play an important role in the degradation and remobilization of proteins during flower senescence. The majority of proteases that are upregulated during senescence and programmed cell death are from the cysteine ...
Glycitein induces cellular differentiation in nontumorigenic prostate epithelial cells
Clubbs, Elizabeth A. (2007-04-02)
Epidemiological and experimental evidence suggests that increased consumption of soy is associated with a reduced risk for prostate cancer. Soy isoflavones are thought to be responsible, in part, for this anticancer activity. ...
Functional characterization of petunia petal senescence related proteins by virus-induced gene silencing
Bai, Shuangyi (2007-04-02)
The senescence of vegetative and floral tissues can have a detrimental impact on the quality and subsequent value of agricultural and horticultural crops. Pollination, one of the key stimuli of senescence, can trigger and ...
Nutrient cycling in native systems and agroecosystems in well and poorly drained soils
Mestelan, Silvia (2007-04-02)
Long-term plots (44 yr) under no till (NT) and plow till (PT) and different crop rotations (continuous corn, corn-soybean and corn-oats-hay) in well and poorly drained sites are sampled on a decadal basis to track the ...
Mechanism of Riboflavin Destruction under Light
Kim, Hyun Jung (2007-04-02)
Riboflavin is an essential vitamin and present in milk, eggs and meats. Riboflavin is stable during processing and storage in dark, but it is very sensitive to light. The rapid destruction of riboflavin in foods under ...