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Compiled by Margaret J. Keefe

Faculty Publications 2014

ENVIRONMENT & LIFE SCIENCES
Plant Sciences

Berger, Kathryn A., Howard S. Ginsberg, Katherine D. Dugars, Lutz H. Hamel and Thomas N. Mather. "Adverse Moisture Events Predict Seasonal Abundance of Lyme Disease Vector Ticks (Ixodes scapularis)." Parasites & Vectors. 7:181. 2014.  8p.

Dellaporta, Stephen K.  SEE: Howard, Thomas P. 3rd.

Ginsberg, Howard S.  SEE also: Berger, Kathryn A.

Ginsberg, Howard S., Subject Editor. Journal of Medical Entomology. Vol.51, 2014.

Ginsberg, Howard S., Board of Editors. Northeastern Naturalist. Vol21, 2014.

Howard, Thomas P. 3rd., Andrew P. Hayward, Anthony Tordillos, Christopher Fragosa, Marie A. Moreno, Joe Tohme, Albert P. Kausch, John P. Mottinger and Stephen K. Dellaporta. "Identification of the Maize Gravitropism Gene Lazy Plant1 by a Transposom-Tagging Genome Resequencing Strategy." PLoS One. 9(1):E87053. January 31, 2014.

Mather, Thomas N.  SEE: Berger, K. A.; Pichu, Sivakamasundari.

Mitkowski, Nathaniel A and Bridget Ruemmele. Plants, People and the Planet: An Introductory Guide to Horticulture. Cognella Academic Publishing. 2014.  184p.

Mueller, Walter C. "Cherish 'Conservative and Christian Views' (Letter)." South County Independent. June 5, 2014.  p.A8.

Pichu, Sivakamasundari, Jose M. A. Roberio, Thomas N. Mather and Ivo M. B. Francischetti. "Purification of a Serine Protease and Evidence for a Protein C. Activator From the Saliva of the Tick, Ixodes scapularis." Toxicon. 77:32-39. January 2014.

Ruemmele, Bridget.  SEE: Mitkowski, Nathaniel A.

Alm, Beckman, Brown, Cannick, Casagrande, Chandlee, Dunnington, Englander, Hindle, Hull, Jackson, Jagschitz,  Krul, Lebrun, Maynard, Shaw, Sullivan, Wakefield, Wilson


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