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    • A Self-Evaluation Report to the Council for Professional Development, American Home Economics Association, Volume 1 

      Mississippi State University Department of Home Economics (Mississippi State University School of Human SciencesSchool of Human SciencesCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 1977)
    • Adventures in the enormous: a 1.8 million clone BAC library for the 21.7 Gb genome of loblolly pine. 

      Magbanua, Zenaida V.; Ozkan, Seval; Bartlett, Benjamin D.; Chouvarine, Philippe; Saski, Christopher A.; Liston, Aaron; Cronn, Richard C.; Nelson, C. Dana; Peterson, Daniel G. (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesMississippi Genome Exploration Laboratory, 1/21/2011)
      Loblolly pine (LP; Pinus taeda L.) is the most economically important tree in the U.S. and a cornerstone species in southeastern forests. However, genomics research on LP and other conifers has lagged behind studies on ...
    • Beginnings of Home Economics Extension in Mississippi (A Review of the History of Home Economics Extension in Mississippi from 1900-1940) 

      Coats, Christine (Mississippi State University School of Human SciencesSchool of Human SciencesCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 4/25/1977)
    • Bt Cotton Meta-analysis Data 

      Unknown author (Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant PathologyCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesMississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 2017)
    • Certification Area Review: Nursery-Kindergarten, Levels AA and AAA 

      Mississippi State University Department of Home Economics (Mississippi State University School of Human SciencesSchool of Human SciencesCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 12/15/1983)
    • Comparative genome analyses reveal distinct structure in the saltwater crocodile MHC. 

      Jaratlerdsiri, Weerachai; Deakin, Janine; Godinez, Ricardo M.; Shan, Xueyan; Peterson, Daniel G.; Marthey, Sylvain; Lyons, Eric; McCarthy, Fiona M.; Isberg, Sally R.; Higgins, Damien P.; Chong, Amanda Y.; St. John, John; Glenn, Travis C.; Ray, David A.; Gongora, Jaime (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant PathologyCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesInstitute for Genomics, Biocomputing and Biotechnology, 12/11/2014)
      The major histocompatibility complex (MHC) is a dynamic genome region with an essential role in the adaptive immunity of vertebrates, especially antigen presentation. The MHC is generally divided into subregions (classes ...
    • Comparison of four ChIP-Seq analytical algorithms using rice endosperm H3K27 trimethylation profiling data. 

      Malone, Brandon M.; Tan, Feng; Bridges, Susan M.; Peng, Zhaohua (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Computer Sciences and EngineeringDepartment of Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyJames Worth Bagley College of EngineeringCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 9/30/2011)
      Chromatin immunoprecipitation coupled with high throughput DNA Sequencing (ChIP-Seq) has emerged as a powerful tool for genome wide profiling of the binding sites of proteins associated with DNA such as histones and ...
    • Cross-Ontology multi-level association rule mining in the Gene Ontology. 

      Manda, Prashanti; Ozkan, Seval; Wang, Hui; McCarthy, Fiona M.; Bridges, Susan M. (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Computer Sciences and EngineeringDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesDepartment of Basic SciencesJames Worth Bagley College of EngineeringCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesCollege of Veterinary MedicineInstitute for Genomics, Biocomputing and Biotechnology, 10/12/2012)
      The Gene Ontology (GO) has become the internationally accepted standard for representing function, process, and location aspects of gene products. The wealth of GO annotation data provides a valuable source of implicit ...
    • Evaluation of Mowing Frequency on Right-of-Way Plant Communities in Mississippi. 

      Entsminger, Edward D.; Jones, Jeanne C.; Guyton, John W.; Strickland, Bronson K.; Leopold, Bruce D. (Journal of Fish and Wildlife ManagementDepartment of Wildlife, Fisheries and AquacultureDepartment of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant PathologyCollege of Forest ResourcesCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesForest and Wildlife Research Center, 2017-06-08)
      Native grasses and native wildflowers are declining, especially along roadside right-of-ways because of intensive mowing and herbicide management practices. Roadside right-of-ways undergo regular disturbances such as mowing, ...
    • Evolution of genome size and complexity in Pinus. 

      Morse, Alison M.; Peterson, Daniel G.; Islam-Faridi, M. Nurul; Smith, Katherine E.; Magbanua, Zenaida V.; Garcia, Saul A.; Kubisiak, Thomas L.; Amerson, Henry V.; Carlson, John E.; Nelson, C. Dana; Davis, John M. (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 2/5/2009)
      BACKGROUND: Genome evolution in the gymnosperm lineage of seed plants has given rise to many of the most complex and largest plant genomes, however the elements involved are poorly understood. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: ...
    • Fecal near infrared spectroscopy to discriminate physiological status in giant pandas. 

      Wiedower, Erin E.; Kouba, Andrew J.; Vance, Carrie K.; Hansen, Rachel L.; Stuth, Jerry W.; Tolleson, Douglas R. (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 6/13/2012)
      Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) monitoring and research often require accurate estimates of population size and density. However, obtaining these estimates has been challenging. Innovative technologies, such as fecal ...
    • Global analysis of lysine acetylation suggests the involvement of protein acetylation in diverse biological processes in rice (Oryza sativa). 

      Nallamilli, Babi Ramesh Reddy; Edelmann, Mariola J.; Zhong, Xiaoxian; Tan, Feng; Mujahid, Hana; Zhang, Jian; Nanduri, Bindu; Peng, Zhaohua (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesInstitute for Genomics, Biocomputing and Biotechnology, 2/20/2014)
      Lysine acetylation is a reversible, dynamic protein modification regulated by lysine acetyltransferases and deacetylases. Recent advances in high-throughput proteomics have greatly contributed to the success of global ...
    • Identification of maize genes associated with host plant resistance or susceptibility to Aspergillus flavus infection and aflatoxin accumulation. 

      Kelley, Rowena Y.; Williams, W. Paul; Mylroie, J. Erik; Boykin, Deborah L.; Harper, Jonathan W.; Windham, Gary L.; Ankala, Arunkanth; Shan, Xueyan (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant PathologyDepartment of Computer Sciences and EngineeringCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesJames Worth Bagley College of EngineeringCorn Host Plant Resistance Research UnitAgricultural Research Service, 5/14/2012)
      BACKGROUND: Aspergillus flavus infection and aflatoxin contamination of maize pose negative impacts in agriculture and health. Commercial maize hybrids are generally susceptible to this fungus. Significant levels of host ...
    • Impact of changes in ocean freight rates on United States rice exports 

      Alarcon, Jorge Alfonso (Mississippi State UniversityDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesCollege of Agriculture and Home EconomicsCollege of Business, 1993-07-30)
      The direction and magnitude of the future world rice market is of vital consideration for the rice industries of both exporting and importing countries. Many studies have analyzed the international rice trade; however, ...
    • Impact of single amino acid mutations in the rhomboid protease Pcp1p on Pcp1p catalytic activity, cellular respiration, mitochondrial morphology, and mitochondrial DNA maintenance 

      Both, Andries Pieter (Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology, and Plant PathologyJudy and Bobby Shackouls Honors CollegeCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesOffice of Undergraduate Research, 2016)
      Pcp1p is a rhomboid protease in the inner mitochondrial membrane of S. cerevisiae that processes Mgm1p, a protein required for mitochondrial fusion. In this study, five previously generated pcp1 mutant strains were analyzed ...
    • Magnitude of the freshwater turtle exports from the US: long term trends and early effects of newly implemented harvest management regimes. 

      Mali, Ivana; Vandewege, Michael W.; Davis, Scott K.; Forstner, Michael R. J. (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant PathologyCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 1/27/2014)
      Unregulated commercial harvest remains a major threat for turtles across the globe. Due to continuing demand from Asian markets, a significant number of turtles are exported from the United States of America (US). Beginning ...
    • Methylseleninic acid sensitizes Notch3-activated OVCA429 ovarian cancer cells to carboplatin. 

      Tzeng, Tiffany J.; Cao, Lei; Fu, YangXin; Zeng, Huawei; Cheng, Wen-Hsing (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Food Science, Nutrition, and Health PromotionCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 7/10/2014)
      Ovarian cancer, the deadliest of gynecologic cancers, is usually not diagnosed until advanced stages. Although carboplatin has been popular for treating ovarian cancer for decades, patients eventually develop resistance ...
    • Mississippi State University College of Agriculture Self-Study: Department of Home Economics 

      Mississippi State University Department of Home Economics (Mississippi State University School of Human SciencesSchool of Human SciencesCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 1970)
    • Population and demographic structure of Ixodes scapularis Say in the eastern United States. 

      Sakamoto, Joyce M.; Goddard, Jerome; Rasgon, Jason L. (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant PathologyCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 7/15/2014)
      INTRODUCTION: The most significant vector of tick-borne pathogens in the United States is Ixodes scapularis Say (the blacklegged tick). Previous studies have identified significant genetic, behavioral and morphological ...