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UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center

UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center

Publications - Dr. Christopher Vincent


Ed Etxeberria, Pedro Gonzalez-Blanco, Arnold Schumann, and Christopher Vincent. 2019. Extended persistence of Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus (CLas) DNA in huanglongbing-affected citrus tissue after bacterial death.  Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology.

Christopher I. Vincent, Myrtho Pierre, Jinyun Li, and Nian Wang.  2019. Implications of heat treatment and systemic delivery of foliar-applied oxytetracycline on citrus physiological management and therapy delivery.  Frontiers in Plant Science -  Crop and Product Physiology.

Nabil Killiny, Shelley Jones, Yasser Nehela, Faraj Hijaz, and Christopher Vincent.  2018. Plant pathogenic bacterium exploits the tricarboxylic acid cycle metabolic pathway of its insect vector.  Virulence.  1-11.

Christopher Vincent, Bruce Schaffer, and Diane Rowland.  2018. Water-deficit priming of papaya reduces high-light stress through oxidation avoidance rather than anti-oxidant activity.  Environmental and Experimental Botany.  156: 106-119.

Christopher Vincent, Diane L. Rowland, Chaein Na, and Bruce Schaffer.  2017. A high-throughput method to quantify root hair area in digital images taken in situ.  Plant and Soil.  412/1: 61-80.

Christopher Vincent, Diane Rowland, and Bruce Schaffer.  2017. Primed acclimation increases short-term water use by altering root:shoot allocation of Carica papaya.  HortScience.  52/3: 441-449.

Christopher Vincent, Bruce Schaffer, Diane Rowland, Kati Migliaccio, Jonathan Crane, and Yuncong Li.  2017. Wind reduction and growth increase in papaya with a sunn hemp intercrop-mulch system.  Scientia Horticulturae.  218: 305-315.

Rashad Balal, Muhammad Shahid, Christopher Vincent, Lincoln Zotarelli, Guiding Liu, Neil Mattson, Bala Rathanasabapathi, Juan Jose Martinez-Nicolas, and Francisco Garcia-Sanchez.  2017. Kinnow mandarin plants grafted on tetraploid rootstocks are more tolerant to Cr-toxicity than those grafted on its diploids one.  Journal of Environmental and Experimental Botany.  140: 8-18.

Vincent, C., D.L. Rowland, C. Na, and B. Schaffer. 2016.  A high-throughput method to quantify root hair area in digital images taken in situ.  Published online by Plant & Soil August 2016.

Silva, F.H., P. Muñoz, C. Vincent, and A.P. Viana.  2015.  Generating relevant information for breeding Passiflora edulis: Genetic parameters and population structure. Euphytica.  Online. Dec. 2015.

Vincent, C., B. Schaffer, and D. Rowland.  2015.  The potential for primed acclimation in papaya (Carica papaya L.): determination of critical water deficit thresholds and physiological response variables. Scientia  Horticulturae 194:344-352.

Vincent, Christopher I., and M. Elena García.  2011.  A system of defined phenological stages for cold tolerance and development of floricane inflorescences of primocane-fruiting blackberries.  J. Amer. Pomol. Soc. 65:54-60.

Vincent, Christopher I., M. Elena García, Donn T. Johnson, and Curt R. Rom.  2010.  Broad mite on primocane-fruiting blackberry in organic production in Arkansas. HortTech. 20:718-723.