Faculty publications in 2017 Crop Production Clinic Proceedings
Plant Disease Management 2017
Tamra A. Jackson-Ziems, Anthony O. Adesemoye, Loren J. Giesler, Robert M. Harveson, Stephen N. Wegulo, Joshua J. Miller, and James D. Harbour
Date of this Version
Chapter in 2017 Guide for Weed, Disease, and Insect Management in Nebraska, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (EC130), pp. 233-265.
Lincoln Journal Star: 'It's odd' to march for science, says UNL scientist
Jim Van Etten has stood in the crowd during a trove of presidential speeches. Kennedy in 1960, Carter in 1980, Clinton a year ago in Lincoln.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln plant pathology professor heard Obama speak twice at the National Academy of Sciences annual meeting.
But it wasn't until this year — April 22 to be exact — that Van Etten took to the political podium himself.
That day, scientists and others around the world took up their picket signs for the March for Science.
MUTI SITE SCREENING IDENTIFIES AND VERIFIES LEVELS OF RESISTANCE TO WHITE MOLD IN COMMON BEAN IN 2016
Rebecca Higgins, James R. Steadman
The Daily Nebraskan: UNL graduate students react to repercussions of Turning Point USA incident
Graduate Student Assembly president, Karen Da Silva, speaks during October's Graduate Student Assembly meeting on Oct. 3, 2017, at the Centennial Room in the Nebraska Union in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Thiamethoxam Toxicity and Effects on Consumption Behavior in Orius insidiosus (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae) on Soybean
Carolina Camargo, Thomas Hunt, Loren J. Giesler, Blair D. Siegfried
Novel gene-sequence markers for isolate tracking within Monilinia fructicola lesions
Madeline E. Dowling, Guido Schnabel, Harriet G. Boatwright, Sydney E. Everhart
Best Practices for Population Genetic Analyses
N. J. Grünwald, S. E. Everhart, B. J. Knaus, and Z. N. Kamvar
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