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Communication in Membrane Repair

Mahling, Ryan W (2015-06)
The force generated by muscle cells places a high amount of stress on their plasma membranes creating lesions which must be effectively repaired in order for the cell to survive. Multiple proteins have been implicated in ...

Fast Neutron Induced Structural Variants and Seed Composition in Soybean Lines

Dobbels, Austin (2016-03)
Mutagenesis has been a useful tool in many crop species to create heritable genetic variability for trait improvement and gene discovery. In this study, fast neutron (FN) radiation was used to induce mutations for studying ...

Fungi isolated from black walnut branches in Indiana and Tennessee urban areas

McDermott-Kubeczko, Margaret (2016-03)
Thousand Cankers Disease (TCD), caused by interaction of the walnut twig beetle (WTB) and the fungus Geosmithia morbida, threatens the health of high-value eastern black walnut. However, other fungi and insects may also ...

Association of Salmonella with Arachis hypgaea (peanut plants and seedpods)

Rossbach, Jonathan (2016-01)
Salmonella is the leading cause of bacterial foodborne illness in the United States and its presence in food results in the recall of many products every year. An increasing concern in the food industry is the contamination ...

Improving Maize Production and Ground-Water Quality through Nitrogen Management in Minnesota’s Irrigated Coarse-Textured Soils

Struffert, Anne (2016-03)
Elevated groundwater nitrate (NO3-N) concentrations in irrigated sandy soils under corn (Zea mays L.) production in the Midwest is of increasing concern, and has prompted the need to identify new or enhanced nitrogen (N) ...

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