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P. Chakrabarti, “The Many Faces Of Conservation” in Wildlife. 2017.
P. Chakrabarti, Rana, S., Bandopadhyay, S., Naik, D. G., Sarkar, S., and Basu, P., Field populations of native Indian honey bees from pesticide intensive agricultural landscape show signs of impaired olfaction, Scientific Reports, vol. 51489968253363364852491693319341420681692253252468718177373182722418265259208212923227346793027548977873416, no. 1, 2015.
P. Chakrabarti, “The invisible world”, Sujalam Sufalam, no. 3. 2013.
P. Chakrabarti, Rana, S., Bandopadhyay, S., Naik, D. G., Naik, D. G., and Basu, P., Section II: Bees and Pollinators, 77th Annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference Research Reports. Portland, Oregon, USA, 2018.
P. Chakrabarti, “Story of the vanishing pollinators – honey bees”, Sujalam Sufalam, no. 2. 2013.
E. E. Chaia and Myrold, D. D., Variation of 15N natural abundance in leaves and nodules of actinorhizal shrubs in Northwest Patagonia, Symbiosis, vol. 50, no. 1-2, pp. 97 - 105, 2010.
G. M. Chaer, Myrold, D. D., and Bottomley, P. J., A soil quality index based on the equilibrium between soil organic matter and biochemical properties of undisturbed coniferous forest soils of the Pacific Northwest, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, vol. 41, no. 4, pp. 822 - 830, 2009.
G. M. Chaer, Fernandes, M. F., Myrold, D. D., and Bottomley, P. J., Shifts in Microbial Community Composition and Physiological Profiles across a Gradient of Induced Soil Degradation, Soil Science Society of America Journal, vol. 73, no. 4, p. 1327, 2009.
G. Chaer, Fernandes, M., Myrold, D. D., and Bottomley, P. J., Comparative Resistance and Resilience of Soil Microbial Communities and Enzyme Activities in Adjacent Native Forest and Agricultural Soils, Microbial Ecology, vol. 58, no. 2, pp. 414 - 424, 2009.
M. J. Chae, Cheney, D., and Su, Y. - C., Temperature effects on the depuration of Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Vibrio vulnificus from the American oyster (Crassostrea virginica)., J Food Sci, vol. 74, no. 2, pp. M62-6, 2009.
J. Cha, Burnum-Johnson, K. E., Bartos, A., Li, Y., Baker, E. S., Tilton, S. C., Webb-Robertson, B. - J. M., Piehowski, P. D., Monroe, M. E., Jegga, A. G., Murata, S., Hirota, Y., and Dey, S. K., Muscle Segment Homeobox Genes Direct Embryonic Diapause by Limiting Inflammation in the Uterus, Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol. 290, no. 24, pp. 15337 - 15349, 2015.
D. H. Cha, Skabeikis, D., Collignon, R. M., Siderhurst, M., Choi, M. - Y., and R. Meer, V., Behavioral response of little fire ant, Wasmannia auropunctata (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), to trail chemicals laid on epiphytic moss, J. Insect Behavior (in press), 2019.
M. C. Cespedes-Leon, Stone, A., and Dick, R., Organic soil amendments: impacts on snap bean common root rot and soil quality, Appl. Soil Ecol., vol. 31, pp. 199-210, 2006.
J. H. Flores Cervantes, Abatzoglou, J. T., Hegewisch, K., Bachelet, D., Mote, P., and Lettenmaier, D. P., Hydrologic Prediction in the Pacific Northwest: An Integrated Scenarios Approach, in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2013.
M. Ceccon, Mologni, L., Bisson, W. H., Scapozza, L., and Gambacorti-Passerini, C., Crizotinib-resistant NPM-ALK mutants confer differential sensitivity to unrelated Alk inhibitors, Molecular Cancer Research, vol. 11, pp. 122–132, 2013.
E. Cebrian, Ballesteros, E., Linares, C., and Tomas, F., Do native herbivores provide resistance to Mediterranean marine bioinvasions? A seaweed example, Biological Invasions, no. 6, pp. 1397 - 1408, 2011.
R. Ceballos, Sankoli, S. Madhukar, Ramnath, S., Venkataramegowda, S., Murthy, G. S., and Ceballos, R. Michael, Evaluation of phytochemicals and in vitro antioxidant studies of Toddalia asiatica leaf, Medicinal Plants-International Journal of Phytomedicines and Related Industries, vol. 5, pp. 202–205, 2013.
K. K. Caylor, Good, S. P., and Guan, K., When change is more of the same: The increasing importance of hydrological variability in drylands, in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2012.
K. K. Caylor, Good, S. P., Soderberg, K., and King, E., Savanna Grassland Transpiration Fluxes After A Water Pulse Using Stable Isotope And Eddy Covariance Techniques, in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2011.
G. Cavender, Liu, M., Hobbs, D., Frei, B., Strik, B. C., and Zhao, Y., Effects of different organic weed management strategies on the physicochemical, sensory, and antioxidant properties of machine-harvested blackberry fruits., J Food Sci, vol. 79, no. 10, pp. S2107-16, 2014.
C. N. Cavasotto, Liu, G., James, S. Y., Hobbs, P. D., Peterson, V. J., Bhattacharya, A. A., Kolluri, S., Zhang, X. -kun, Leid, M., Abagyan, R., Liddington, R. C., and Dawson, M. I., Determinants of Retinoid X Receptor Transcriptional Antagonism, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, vol. 47, no. 18, pp. 4360 - 4372, 2004.
R. A. Cating, Rondon, S. I., and Hamm, P. B., High-fidelity PCR improves detection of zebra chip (Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum) in potato tubers, plants and potato psyllids (Bactericera cockerelli) when compared to a conventional protocol, 98th Annual Meeting of the Potato Association of America. Potato Association of America, Spokane, Washington, p. 53, 2014.
R. A. Cating, Rondon, S. I., and Hamm, P. B., High fidelity PCR improves the detection of “Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum” in potato tubers, American Journal of Potato Research, vol. 92, no. 3, pp. 451-454, 2015.
R. A. Cating, Rondon, S. I., and Hamm, P. B., High-Fidelity PCR Improves the Detection of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum’ in Potato Tubers, American Journal of Potato Research, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 451 - 454, 2015.
P. Castro, Bushakra, J. M., Stewart, P., Weebadde, C. K., Wang, D., Hancock, J. F., Finn, C. E., Luby, J. J., and Lewers, K. S., Genetic mapping of day-neutrality in cultivated strawberry, Molecular Breeding, vol. 35115109107141385673488113109251664110361262169136159121107641791091121145124124187413012814550109828310110131249312783123, no. 22, 2015.