Peer-Reviewed Publications and Book Chapters

  1. Kyser, G.B., V. F. Peterson, J.S. Davy and J. M. DiTomaso. 2012. Preemergent applications of aminopyralid for control of medusahead Taeniatherum caput-medusae (L.) Nevski). Rangeland Ecology and Management 65(4):418-425.
  2. Merrill-Davies, M., J. Davy, J. DiTomaso, G. Kyser. 2012. Targeted grazing for weed control. Cattle Producer’s Handbook.  3rd Ed. P. Publ. #544, 4 p.
  3. Lanini, W.T., J. M. DiTomaso and R. F. Norris. 2012. Weed biology and ecology. In, Fennimore, S.A. and C.E. Bell (eds.) Principles of Weed Control. 4th Ed. (in press)
  4. Kyser, G.B., J.M. DiTomaso, and J.S. Davy. 2012. Weed management on California rangeland. In, Fennimore, S.A. and C.E. Bell (eds.) Principles of Weed Control. 4th Ed. (in press)
  5. DiTomaso, J.M. Herbicides. In, Fennimore, S.A. and C.E. Bell (eds.) 2012. Principles of Weed Control. 4th Ed. (in press)
  6. DiTomaso, J.M. Pastures. In, Fennimore, S.A. and C.E. Bell (eds.) 2012. Principles of Weed Control. 4th Ed. (in press)
  7. Robison, R., N. Barve, C. Owens, G. Skurka Darin and J. M. DiTomaso. 2012. Mapping and modeling prioritization of red sesbania (Sesbania punicea) populations for eradication. Environmental Management (in press)
  8. Barney, J.N., J.J. Mann, G.B. Kyser and J.M. DiTomaso. 2012. Assessing habitat susceptibility and resistance to invasion by the bioenergy crops switchgrass and Miscanthus x giganteus in California. Biomass and Bioenergy 40:143-154.
  9. Renz, M.J., S. Steinmaus, D. Gilmer, and J.M. DiTomaso. 2012. Spread dynamics of perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium) in two seasonal wetland areas. Invasive Plant Science and Management 5:57-68.
  10. Davy, J., L. Forero, G. Nader, J. DiTomaso, G. Kyser. 2012. Managing smutgrass in irrigated pastures. UC ANR Publ. #8473, 9 pp
  11. Barney, J.N., J. J. Mann, G. B. Kyser, J. M. DiTomaso. 2012. Mitigating the invasive risk potential of biofuel crops. Topics in Canadian Weed Science. Vol. 7  (in press)
  12. Kyser, G.B., V. Peterson, S. B. Orloff, S. D. Wright, and J. M. DiTomaso. 2011. Control of Yellow Starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis) and Coast Fiddleneck (Amsinckia menziesii) with Aminopyralid. Invasive Plant Science and Management 4:341-348.
  13. Kyser, G.B., J.E. Creech, J. Zhang, and J.M. DiTomaso. 2011. Selective control of medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae) in California sagebrush scrub using low rates of glyphosate. Invasive Plant Science and Management 5:1-8.
  14. DiTomaso, J.M. and J.N. Barney. 2011. Reducing invasive plant performance: a precursor to restoration. Pages 154-175. In, Invasive Plant Ecology and Management: Linking Processes to Practices. Monaco, T.A. and R.L. Sheley (eds.). CAB International, Wallingford, UK. 
  15. Young, S.L., J.N. Barney, G.B. Kyser, V.P. Claassen, and J.M. DiTomaso. 2011. The role of light and soil moisture in plant community resistance to invasion by yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis). Restoration Ecology 19:599-606.
  16. Barney, J.N. and J.M. DiTomaso. 2011. Global climate niche estimates for bioenergy crops and invasive species of agronomic origin: potential problems and opportunities. PLoS One 6(3): e17222. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0017222
  17. Darin, G.M.S., S. Schoenig, J.N. Barney, F.D. Panetta and J.M. DiTomaso. 2011. WHIPPET: A Novel Tool for Prioritizing Invasive Plant Populations for Regional Eradication. Journal of Environmental Management 92:131-139.
  18. Wilson, J.R.U., C. Gairifo, M. R. Gibson, M. Arianoutsou, B. B. Bakar, S. Baret, L. Celesti-Grapow, J. M. DiTomaso, J. Dufour-Dror, C. Kueffer, C. A. Kull, J. Hoffmann, F. A. C. Impson, L. L. Loope, E. Marchante, H. Marchante, J. L. Moore, D. J. Murphy, A. Rinaudo, J. Tassin, A. Witt, R.D. Zenni, and D. M. Richardson. 2011. Risk assessment, eradication, containment, and biological control: global efforts to manage Australian acacias before they become widespread invaders. Diversity and Distributions DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-4642.2011.00815.x
  19. Young, S.L., J.N. Barney, G.B. Kyser, V.P. Claassen, and J.M. DiTomaso. 2010. Spatio-temporal relationship between water depletion and root distribution patterns of Centaurea solstitialis and two native perennials. Restoration Ecology 18:323-333.
  20. Robison, R.A., G.B. Kyser, K.J. Rice and J.M. DiTomaso. 2010. Light intensity is a limiting factor to the inland expansion of Cape ivy (Delairea odorata). Biological Invasions 13:35-44.
  21. Robison, R.A., S. Schoenig, D. Johnson, E. Brusati, and J.M. DiTomaso. 2010. California invasive plant research needs assessment. Invasive Plant Science and Management 3:470-481.
  22. DiTomaso, J.M., J.K. Reaser, C.P. Dionigi, O.C. Doering, E. Chilton, J.D. Schardt, and J. N. Barney. 2010. Biofuel vs. Bioinvasion: Seeding Policy Priorities. Environmental Science and Technology 44:6906-6910.
  23. Oneto, S. R., G.B. Kyser and J.M. DiTomaso. 2010. Efficacy of mechanical and herbicide control methods for Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) and cost analysis of chemical control options. Invasive Plant Science and Management 3:421-428.
  24. DiTomaso, J.M., R.A. Masters, and V.F. Peterson.  2010. Rangeland invasive plant management. Rangelands 32:43-47.
  25. Barney, J.N. and J.M. DiTomaso. 2010. Evaluating and mitigating the invasion risk of biofuel crops, Pages 263-284 in Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry, Andrea Schlitzberger, ed. Springer Publ. Co., New York
  26. Robison, R., R. Plant, and J.M. DiTomaso. 2010. Distribution and community associations of Cape ivy (Delairea odorata) in California. Madroño 57:85-94.
  27. DiTomaso, J.M. 2010. Herbicides. Pages 323-331, in Encyclopedia of Invasive Introduced Species, D. Simberloff and M. Rejmanek, UC Press, Berkeley, CA.
  28. Barney, J.N. and J.M. DiTomaso. 2010. Bioclimatic predictions of habitat suitability for the biofuel switchgrass in North America under current and future climate scenarios. Biomass and Bioenergy 34:124-133.
  29. O’Brien, J.M., G. B. Kyser, D. M. Woods, J. M. DiTomaso. 2010. The effect of Puccinia jaceae var. solstitialis on the yellow starthistle biological control insects Eustenopus villosus and Chaetorellia succinea. Biological Control 52:182-187.
  30. O’Brien, J.M., G. B. Kyser, D. M. Woods, J. M. DiTomaso. 2010. Effects of the rust Puccinia jaceae var. solstitialis on Centaurea solstitialis (yellow starthistle) growth and competition.  Biological Control 52:174-181.
  31. Forero, L., G. Nader, A. Craigmill, J. M. DiTomaso, B. Puschner, and J. Maas. 2010. In process. Livestock-poisoning plants of California. Oakland: Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication #8398. 90 pp.
  32. Barney, J.N., J.J. Mann, G.B. Kyser, E. Blumwald, and A. Van Deynze. 2009. Tolerance of switchgrass to extreme soil moisture stress: ecological implications. Plant Science 177:724-732.
  33. Bell, C.E., J. M. DiTomaso, and M. Brooks. 2009. Invasive plants and wildfires in Southern California. DANR Publication #8397, 5 pp.
  34. Young, S.L., J. N. Barney, G. B. Kyser, T. S. Jones, and J. M. DiTomaso. 2009. Functionally similar species confer greater resistance to invasion: Implications for grassland restoration. Restoration Ecology 17:884-892.
  35. Lortie, C. J., M. Munshaw, J.M. DiTomaso, and J. L. Hierro. 2009. The small-scale spatiotemporal pattern of the seedbank and vegetation of a highly invasive weed, Centaurea solstitialis: it all starts with a single seed. Oikos. 119:428-436.
  36. Oneto, S., J.M. DiTomaso, G. Kyser. 2009. University and Public Service #74147, 5 pp.
  37. Cuda J. P., D. R.  Gordon, and J. M. DiTomaso. 2009. Cultivating non-native plants in Florida for biomass production: Hope or harm?  Wildland Weeds 12:21.
  38. Brooks, M.L., J.M. DiTomaso, D. Johnson. 2009. Using Fire to Manage Invasive Vegetation: The State of the Art. Joint Fire Science Program. Fire Science Brief. Issue 37. 6 pp.
  39. Davy, J.S., J.M. DiTomaso, and E.A. Laca. 2008. Barb goatgrass. UC DANR. Publ. #8315, 5 pp.
  40. Sweet, S. B., G. B. Kyser, and J. M. DiTomaso. 2008. Susceptibility of Exotic Annual Grass Seeds to Fire. Invasive Plant Science and Management 1:158-167.
  41. DiTomaso, J. M., G. B. Kyser, M. R. George, M. P. Doran, E. A. Laca. 2008. Control of Medusahead using Timely Sheep Grazing. Invasive Plant Science and Management 1:241-247.
  42. Kyser, G.B., M. P. Doran, N.K. McDougald, S. B. Orloff, R. N. Vargas, R. G. Wilson, and J. M. DiTomaso. 2008. Site Characteristics Determine the Success of Prescribed Burning for Medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae) Control. Invasive Plant Science and Management 1:376-384.
  43. Barney, J.N. and J.M. DiTomaso.  2008. Non-native species and bioenergy: are we cultivating the next invader? BioScience 58(1):64-70.
  44. Wilson, R.G., D. Boelk, G. B. Kyser, and J. M. DiTomaso. 2008. Integrated management of perennial pepperweed. Invasive Plant Science and Management1:17-25.
  45. DiTomaso, J.M., J.J. Drewitz, and G. B. Kyser. 2008. Jubatagrass (Cortaderia jubata) control using chemical and mechanical methods. Invasive Plant Science and Management 1: 82-90.
  46. Enloe, S.F., G.B. Kyser, S.A. Dewey, V. Peterson, and J.M. DiTomaso.  2008. Russian Knapweed (Acroptilon repens) Control with Low Rates of Aminopyralid in Range and Pasture. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 1:385-389.
  47. Moody, M.L., D.H. Les, and J.M. DiTomaso. 2008. The role of plant systematics in invasive aquatic plant management. J. Aquatic Plant Manage. 46:7-15.
  48. DiTomaso, J.M., B. Reed, and L. Forero. 2007. Weed Control. Pages 31-35 in Irrigated Pasture Production in the Central Valley of California. Univ. California ANR Publ. #21628.
  49. DiTomaso, J.M. Integration of biological control into weed management strategies. 2008. Pages 649-654 in Proceedings of the XI International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds. M.H. Julien, R. Sforza, M.C. Bon, H.C. Evans, P.E. Hatcher, H.L. Hinz and B.G. Rector (eds.). CAB International Wallingford, UK.
  50. Davy, J.S., J.M. DiTomaso, and E.A. Laca. Barb goatgrass. 2008. UC DANR. Publ. #8315, 5 pp.
  51. DiTomaso, J.M and G. B. Kyser. 2007. Control of Ailanthus altissima using stem herbicide application techniques. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry 33(1):55-63.
  52. Fisher, A.J., J.M. DiTomaso, T.R. Gordon, B.J. Aegerter, and D.R. Ayres. 2007. Salt marsh Claviceps purpurea in native and invaded Spartina marshes in Northern California. Plant Disease 91:380-386.
  53. Kyser, G.B., J.M. DiTomaso, M.P. Doran, S.B. Orloff, R.G. Wilson, D. Lancaster, D. Lile, and M. Porath. 2007. Control of medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae) and other annual grasses with imazapic. Weed Technology 21(1):66-75.
  54. DiTomaso, J.M., M.J. Pitcairn and S.F. Enloe. 2007. Pages 281-296. In, California Grasslands. Ecology and Management, M.R. Stromberg, J.D. Corbin, and C.M. D’Antonio (eds). UC Press, Berkeley, CA. 336 pp.
  55. DiTomaso, J.M. Using prescribed burning in integrated strategies. 2006. Pages 19-27, In The Use of Fire as a Tool for Controlling Invasive Plants. DiTomaso, J.M. and D.W. Johnson, eds. California Invasive Plant Council, Publ. #2006-01, Berkeley, CA.
  56. DiTomaso, J.M. Control of invasive plants with prescribed fire. 2006. Pages 7-18, In The Use of Fire as a Tool for Controlling Invasive Plants. DiTomaso, J.M. and D.W. Johnson, eds. California Invasive Plant Council, Publ. #2006-01, Berkeley, CA.
  57. DiTomaso, J.M., G.B. Kyser, J.R. Miller, S. Garcia, R.F. Smith, G. Nader, J.M. Connor, and S.B. Orloff.  2006. Integrating prescribed burning and clopyralid for the management of yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis). Weed Science 54(4):757-782.
  58. DiTomaso, J.M., M.L. Brooks, E.B. Allen, R. Minnich, R.M. Rice, and G.B. Kyser. 2006. Control of Invasive Weeds with Prescribed Burning. Weed Technology 20:535-548.
  59. Renz, M.J. and J.M. DiTomaso. 2006. Early season mowing improves the effectiveness of chlorsulfuron and glyphosate for control of perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium) with select herbicides.  Weed Technology 20(1):32-36.
  60. Fisher, A.J., T.R. Gordon, and J.M. DiTomaso. 2006. Conidia morphology and ecological characteristics as diagnostic tools for Claviceps purpurea from salt marsh habitats. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology. 27:389-395
  61. Fisher, A.J., J.M. DiTomaso, and T.R. Gordon. 2006. Sub-specific groups of Claviceps purpurea associated with grass species in Willapa Bay, Washington, and the prospects for biological control of invasive Spartina alterniflora. Biological Control.  34:170-179.
  62. Fisher, A.J., T.R. Gordon, and J.M. DiTomaso. 2005. Geographic distribution and diversity in Claviceps purpurea from salt marsh habitats and characterization of Pacific Coast populations. Mycological Research. 109: 439-446.
  63. DiTomaso, J.M. Yellow starthistle. J.K. Clark and C.L. Duncan, eds. 2005. Pages 36-50 in, Assessing the Economic, Environmental and Societal Losses from Invasive Plants on Rangeland and Wildlands. Weed Science Society of America. Champaign, IL.
  64. Duncan, C. A., J.J. Jachetta, M.L. Brown, V.F. Carrithers, J.K. Clark, J.M. DiTomaso, R.G. Lym, K.C. McDaniel, M.J. Renz, and P.M. Rice. 2005. Assessing Economic, Environmental and Societal Losses from Invasive Plants on Rangeland and Wildlands. Weed Technology 18:1411-1416.
  65. McDaniel, K.C., J.M. DiTomaso and C.A. Duncan. 2005. Tamarisk or saltcedar, Tamarix spp. J.K. Clark and C.L. Duncan, eds. Pages 198-222 in, Assessing the Economic, Environmental and Societal Losses from Invasive Plants on Rangeland and Wildlands. Weed Science Society of America. Champaign, IL.
  66. Enloe, S.F., J.M. DiTomaso, S. Orloff. 2005. Perennial grass establishment integrated with clopyralid treatment for yellow starthistle management on annual range. Weed Technology 19(1):94-101.
  67. Stanton, A.E. and J.M. DiTomaso. 2004. Growth response of Cortaderia selloana and Cortaderia jubata (Poaceae) seedlings to temperature, light, and water. Madroño 51(3):312-321.
  68. DiTomaso, J.M., G.B. Kyser, and E.A. Fredrickson. 2004. Control of black oak and tanoak in the Sierra Nevada range. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 19(4):268-276.
  69. Brooks, M.L., C.M.  D’Antonio, D.M.  Richardson, J.B. Grace, J.E. Keeley, J.M. DiTomaso, R.J. Hobbs, M. Pellant, and D. Pyke. 2004. Effects of invasive alien plants on fire regimes. BioScience  54(7):677-688.
  70. Enloe, S.F., J.M. DiTomaso. 2004. Soil water dynamics differ among rangeland plant communities dominated by yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis) annual grasses or perennial grasses. Weed Science 52 (6):929-935
  71. Wu, S.-H., M. Rejmanek, E. Grotkopp, J.M. DiTomaso. 2004. Herbarium records, actual distribution, and critical attributes of invasive plants: genus Crotalaria in Taiwan. Taxon 54(1):133-138.
  72. Drewitz, J.J. and J. M. DiTomaso. 2004. Seed biology of jubatagrass (Cortaderia jubata). Weed Science 52(4):525-530.
  73. Renz, M.J. and J.M. DiTomaso. 2004. Mechanism for the enhanced effect of mowing followed by glyphosate application to resprouts of perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium). Weed Science 52:14-23.
  74. DiTomaso, J.M., J.R. Miller, G.B. Kyser, A.W. Hazebrook, J. Trumbo, D. Valcore and V.F. Carrithers. 2004. Aerial application of clopyralid demonstrates little drift potential and low toxicity to toads. California Agriculture 58(3):154-158.
  75. DiTomaso, J.M., G.B. Kyser and C. B. Pirosko. 2003. Effect of light and density on yellow starthistle root growth and soil moisture use. Weed Science 51(3):334-341.
  76. Jetter K. M., DiTomaso, J.M., D. J. Drake, K. M. Klonsky, M. Pitcairn, and D. A. Sumner. 2002. Biological Control of Yellow Starthistle: A Cost-benefit Analysis. Pages 225-241, In, Exotic Pests and Diseases: Biology, Economics and Public Policy for Biosecurity, Daniel A. Sumner Ed. Iowa State University Press, Ames.
  77. Kyser, G.B. and J. M. DiTomaso. 2002.   Instability in a grassland community following control of yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis L.) with prescribed burning. Weed Science 50:648-657.
  78. DiTomaso, J.M. and C.A. Bruice. 2002. Fertilizer nutrient management. Pages 263-265 in Encyclopedia of Pest Management, D. Pimental, ed. Marcel Dekker, NY.
  79. W.T. Lanini, J.M. DiTomaso, and R. Norris. 2002. Weed Ecology. Pages 29-54 in Principles of Weed Control. 3rd Ed. California Weed Science Society. Thomson Publ., Fresno, CA.
  80. DiTomaso, J.M. 2002. Irrigated pastures. Pages 329-336 in Principles of Weed Control. 3rd Ed. California Weed Science Society. Thomson Publ., Fresno, CA.
  81. DiTomaso, J.M. 2002. Herbicides. Pages 189-219 in Principles of Weed Control. 3rd Ed. California Weed Science Society. Thomson Publ., Fresno, CA.
  82. DiTomaso, J.M., K.L. Heise, G.B. Kyser, A. M. Merenlender, and R. J. Keiffer. 2001. Carefully timed burning can control barb goatgrass. California Agriculture 55(6):47-53
  83. Benefield, C.B., J.M. DiTomaso, G.B. Kyser, and A. Tschohl. 2001.  Reproductive biology of yellow starthistle: Maximizing late season control. Weed Science 49:83-90
  84. DiTomaso, J.M. 2000. Invasive weeds in rangelands: Species, impacts and management. Weed Science 48:255-265
  85. DiTomaso, J.M. and J. Gerlach. 2000. Centaurea melitensis (tocolate).  In: Invasive Plants of California’s Wildlands. C. Bossard, J.M. Randall, M. Hoshovsky, eds.  California Exotic Pest Plant Council. University of California Press, Berkeley.  pp. 98-100. 
  86. DiTomaso, J.M. and J. Gerlach. 2000.  Centaurea solstitialis (Yellow starthistle). In: Invasive Plants of California’s Wildlands. C. Bossard, J.M. Randall, M. Hoshovsky, eds.  California Exotic Pest Plant Council. University of California Press, Berkeley
  87. DiTomaso, J.M. 2000.   Cortaderia jubata (Jubata grass).  In: Invasive Plants of California’s Wildlands. C. Bossard, J.M. Randall, M. Hoshovsky, eds.  California Exotic Pest Plant Council. University of California Press, Berkeley.  pp. 124-128. 
  88. DiTomaso, J.M. 2000.  Cortaderia selloana (Pampas grass).  In: Invasive Plants of California’s Wildlands. C. Bossard, J.M. Randall, M. Hoshovsky, eds.  California Exotic Pest Plant Council. University of California Press, Berkeley.  pp. 128-133. 
  89. DiTomaso, J.M., G.B. Kyser, S.B. Orloff, and S.F. Enloe. 2000. Integrated strategies offer site-specific control of yellow starthistle. California Agriculture 54(6):30-36.
  90. Benefield, C.B., J.M. DiTomaso, G.B. Kyser, S.B. Orloff, K.R. Churches, D.B. Marcum, and G.A. Nader. 1999. Success of mowing to control yellow starthistle depends on timing and plant’s branching pattern. California Agriculture. 53(2):17-21.
  91. DiTomaso, J.M., G.B. Kyser, S.B. Orloff, S.F. Enloe, and G.A. Nader. 1999. New growth regulator herbicide provides excellent control of yellow starthistle. California Agriculture. 53(2):12-16.
  92. DiTomaso, J.M., G.B. Kyser, and M.S. Hastings. 1999. Prescribed burning for control of yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis) and enhanced native plant diversity. Weed Science47:233-242.
  93. DiTomaso, J.M.  Poison Hemlock. 1999. In:  Biology and Management of Noxious Rangeland Weeds.  R. Sheley, ed., Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  pp. 290-297. 
  94. DiTomaso, J.M. 1998. Impact, biology, and ecology of saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) in the southwestern United States.  Weed Technology 12:236-336.
  95. Hatzio, K.K., J.M. DiTomaso et al. 1998. Herbicide Handbook, Supplement to Seventh Edition.  Weed Science Society of America, Champaign, IL.
  96. Lasat, M.M., J.M. DiTomaso, J.J. Hart and L.V. Kochian. 1997. Evidence for vacuolar sequestration of paraquat in roots of a paraquat-resistant Hordeum glaucum biotype.  Physiologia Plantarum 99:255-262.
  97. Koo, S.J., J.C. Neal and J.M. DiTomaso. 1997. Mechanism of action and selectivity of quinclorac in grass roots.  Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 57:44-53
  98. DiTomaso, J.M., D.B. Marcum, M.S. Rasmussen, E.A. Healy and G.B. Kyser. 1997. Post-fire herbicide sprays enhance native plant diversity.  California Agriculture 5:1:6-11
  99. Chammas, G.A., J.L. Hutson, J.J. Hart and J.M. DiTomaso. 1997. Microscale variability of atrazine and chloride leaching under field conditions.  Weed Technology 11:98-104.
  100. DiTomaso, J.M. 1996. Cortaderia jubata, C. sellonana.  Jubata and pampas grass.  In:  Invasive Plants.  Weeds of the Global Garden.  J.M. Randall and J. Marinelli, eds.  Science Press, pp. 85-86.
  101. Koo, S.J., J.C. Neal and J.M. DiTomaso. 1996. 3,7-Dichloroquinolinecarboxylic acid inhibits cell-wall biosynthesis in maize roots.  Plant Phyiology 112:1383-1389.
  102. Lasat, M.M., J.M. DiTomaso and J.J. Hart. 1996. Resistance to paraquat in wall barley (Hordeum glaucum) is temperature-dependent and not associated with enhanced apoplasmic binding.  Weed Research 36:303-309.
  103. Ahrens, B., J.M. DiTomaso et al. 1995. Herbicide Handbook of the Weed Science Society of America, 7th Edition, Weed Science Society of America, Champaign, IL.
  104. DiTomaso, J.M. 1995. Approaches for improving crop competitiveness through the manipulation of fertilization strategies.  Weed Science 43:491-497.
  105. DiTomaso, J.M. 1994.  List of plants reported to be poisonous to animals in the United States.  Veterinary and Human Toxicology 36:49-52.
  106. Koo, S.J., J.C. Neal and J.M. DiTomaso.  1994.  Electrolyte leakage as a physiological effect induced by quinclorac treatment of smooth crabgrass (Digitaria ischaemum) seedlings.  Weed Science 42:1-7.
  107. DiTomaso, J.M. 1994. Evidence against a direct membrane effect in the mechanism of action of the graminicides.  Weed Science 42:302-309.
  108. Hart, J.J. and J.M. DiTomaso. 1994. Sequestration and oxygen radical detoxification as mechanisms of paraquat resistance.  Weed Science 42:277-284.
  109. DiTomaso, J.M. 1993. Membrane response to diclofop acid is pH dependent and is regulated by the protonated form of the herbicide in roots of pea and resistant and susceptible rigid ryegrass.  Plant Physiology 102:1331-1336.
  110. DiTomaso, J.M. 1993. Problems associated with the use of common names in the identification of poisonous plants.  Veterinary and Human Toxicology 35:465-466.
  111. Rossi, F.S., J.M. DiTomaso and J.C. Neal. 1993. Fate of fenoxaprop applied to moisture-stressed smooth crabgrass (Digitaria ischaemum).  Weed Science 41:335-340.
  112. Dotray, P., J.M. DiTomaso, J.W. Gronwald, D.L. Wyse, and L.V. Kochian.  1993. Effects of acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase inhibitors on root cell transmembrane electric potentials in graminicide-tolerant and -susceptible corn (Zea mays L.).  Plant Physiology 103:919-924.
  113. Hart, J.J., J.M. DiTomaso and L.V. Kochian. 1993. Paraquat and putrescine transport kinetics in maize protoplasts.  Plant Physiology 103:963-969.
  114. Hart, J.J., J.M. DiTomaso, D.L. Linscott and L.V. Kochian. 1993. Investigations into the cation specificity and metabolic requirements for paraquat transport in roots of intact maize seedlings.  Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 45:62-71.
  115. DiTomaso, J.M., J.J. Hart and L.V. Kochian. 1993. Compartmentation analysis as a means of estimating the rate of vacuolar compartmentation and translocation of paraquat in roots of intact maize seedlings.  Plant Physiology 102:467-472.
  116. Ryan, P.R., J.M. DiTomaso and L.V. Kochian. 1993. Aluminum toxicity in roots:  an investigation in spacial sensitivity and the role of the root cap.  J. of Experimental Botany 44:437-446.
  117. DiTomaso, J.M., P.H. Brown and A.E. Stowe. 1993.  Inhibition of fatty acid synthesis by diclofopmethyl is age-dependent in roots of oat and corn seedlings.  Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 45:210-219.
  118. Hart, J.J., J.M. DiTomaso, D.L. Linscott and L.V. Kochian.  1992. Characterization of the transport and cellular compartmentation of paraquat in roots of intact maize seedlings.  Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 43:212-222.
  119. DiTomaso, J.M., J.J. Hart, D.L. Linscott and L.V. Kochian. 1992. Effect of inorganic cations and metabolic inhibitors on putrescine transport in roots of intact maize seedlings.  Plant Physiology 99:508-514.
  120. Hart, J.J., J.M. DiTomaso, D.L. Linscott and L.V. Kochian. 1992.  Transport interactions between paraquat and polyamines in intact maize seedlings.  Plant Physiology 99:1400-1405.
  121. DiTomaso, J.M., J.J. Hart and L.V. Kochian. 1992. Transport kinetics and metabolism of exogenously applied putrescine in roots of intact maize seedlings.  Plant Physiology 98:611-620.
  122. DiTomaso, J.M. and S.O. Duke. 1991. Is polyamine biosynthesis a possible site of action of cinmethylin and artemisinin?  Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 39:158-167.
  123. DiTomaso, J.M., P.H. Brown, A.E. Stowe, D.L. Linscott and L.V. Kochian.  1991. Effects of diclofop and diclofop-methyl on membrane potentials in roots of intact oat, maize, and pea seedlings.  Plant Physiology 95:1063-1069.
  124. DiTomaso, J.M. and D.L. Linscott. 1991. The nature, mode of action, and toxicity of herbicides.  In:  Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture, ed. D. Pimentel, 2nd ed., Vol. 2, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 523-569.
  125. DiTomaso, J.M. and L.V. Kochian. 1990.  Putrescine transport in roots of intact maize seedlings:  kinetic analyses, compartmentation, and involvement of metabolism.  In:  Polyamines and Ethylene:  Biochemistry, Physiology, and Interactions, eds. H.E. Flores, R.N. Arteca and J.C. Shannon, American Society of Plant Physiologists, Rockville, MD, pp. 313-315.
  126. DiTomaso, J.M., J. Shaff and L.V. Kochian. 1989. Putrescine-induced wounding and its effects on membrane integrity and ion transport processes in roots of intact corn seedlings.  Plant Physiology 90:988-995.
  127. DiTomaso, J.M., T.L. Rost and F.M. Ashton. 1988. Herbicide-induced diamine accumulation in pea roots.  The effect of napropamide on polyamine levels.  Plant and Cell Physiology 29:1367-1372.
  128. DiTomaso, J.M., T.L. Rost and F.M. Ashton. 1988.  The comparative cell cycle and metabolic effects of the herbicide napropamide on root tip meristems.  Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 31:166-174.
  129. DiTomaso, J.M., F.M. Ashton and T.L. Rost.  1988. The effects of napropamide on the growth and anatomy of corn (Zea mays) roots.  Weed Science 36:457-463.
  130. DiTomaso, J.M. 1984. Realignments in northern California Angelica (Umbelliferae).  Madrono 31:69-79.
  131. Ashton, F.M., J.M. DiTomaso and L.W.J. Anderson.  1984. Spikerush as a source of allelopathics for the control of undesirable aquatic plants.  American Chemical Society Symposium on Allelopathics, American Chemical Society Publication, Washington, D.C., pp. 401-414.
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