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Weekly Published Research – November 27, 2015

Microencapsulating flaxseed oil, predicting algal blooms in Lake Baikal, freshwater cyanobacteria toxins in Puget Sound and more. This week, 10 new articles co-authored by faculty…

Weekly Published Research – November 20, 2015

The role of solanapyrones in fungal biology, quality of deep frying oils used by street vendors, screening fungi for pretreatment of biomass and more. This…

Weekly Published Research – November 13, 2015

Using pretreatments for liquid products from waste biomass pyrolysis, habitat use by translocated grouse species, switchgrass seed dormancy and more. This week, 12 new articlesco-authored…

Weekly Published Research – November 6, 2015

Pesticides and clothing practices among Taiwanese farm workers, understanding cheaters and the evolution of mutualism, community-wildfire relations and adaptive governance in the West and more.…

Weekly Published Research – October 30, 2015

Powdery scab and potato yields, naming genes in the Rosaceae family, differentiation of intestinal epithelial cells and more. This week, 8 new articles co-authored by…

Weekly Published Research – October 23, 2015

Identifying genes for drought tolerance in alfalfa, understanding of the complex lifecycle of morels, the influence of maternal obesity in mice on gut microbes in…

Weekly Published Research – October 16, 2015

Low-altitude, aerial imaging for crop phenotyping, long-chain fatty acids in anaerobic digestion of algal biomass, molecular mapping for stripe rust resistance and more. This week,…

Weekly Published Research – October 9, 2015

Leaching of nutrients and metals from compost in biorentention systems, mechanical cherry harvesting, nutritional characteristics of soft white wheat under conventional and no-till systems and…

Weekly Published Research – October 2, 2015

The expanded range of the “Oregon funny bug,” managing wireworms in wheat crops, developing winter varieties of food barley and more. This week, 20 new…

Weekly Published Research – September 25, 2015

Something new is rotten in stored apples, extended rotations and potato diseases, a missing link for insect trait development and more. This week, 8 new…
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