Dr. Tripti Vashisth

Dr. Tripti Vashisth

  Assistant Professor
  Horticultural Sciences and Citrus Extension Specialist
  Phone: 863.956.8846
  Fax: 863.956.4631
  Email: tvashisth@ufl.edu

 

Refereed Papers


Vashisth, T., Singh, R.K., Pegg, R.B. (2011). Effects of drying on the phenolics content and antioxidant activity of muscadine pomace. LWT-Food Science and Technology, 44(7), 1649-1657.

Vashisth, T., Johnson L.K., Malladi, A. (2011). An efficient RNA isolation procedure and identification of reference genes for normalization of gene expression in blueberry. Plant Cell Reports. 30 (12), 2167-2176.

Malladi, A., Vashisth, T., Johnson, L.K. (2012). Ethephon and methyl jasmonate affect fruit detachment in rabbiteye and southern highbush blueberry. HortScience. 47(12), 1745-1749.

Malladi, A., Vashisth, T., NeSmith, S. (2013). Development and evaluation of a portable, hand-held mechanical shaker to study fruit detachment in blueberry. HortScience. 48(3), 394-397.

Vashisth, T., Malladi, A. (2013). Fruit detachment in rabbiteye blueberry: abscission and physical separation. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 138(2), 95-101.

McGregor, C., Waters, V., Vashisth, T., Abdel-Haleem, H (2014).. Flowering time in watermelon is associated with a major QTL on chromosome 3. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 139(1) 48-53.

Education

Ph.D Horticulture 2013, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia

M.S., Food Science and Technology 2009, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia

B.Tech Biotechnology 2006, Institute of Engineering & Technology, Bundelkhand Univ., India