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Newspaper Article
A. Chozinski, Zimmerman, S., Kean, D., Myers, J. R., McKenzie, L., and Hagerty, C., Vegetable Variety Trials 2010, 2011.
J. W. Davis, Myers, J. R., Kean, D., N. Bader, A., Yorgey, B., Cregan, P., Song, Q., and Quigley, C., A SNP-based linkage map of snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), Ann. Rep. Bean Impr. Coop., vol. 57, pp. 119-120, 2014.
N. Al-Bader and Myers, J. R., Rogues for pod traits in snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), Ann. Rep. Bean Impr. Coop. , vol. 57, pp. 117-118, 2014.
M. H. Bello, Hagerty, C. H., Myers, J. R., Porter, L., and Miklas, P. N., QTL analysis for fusarium root rot resistance in snap bean under greenhouse conditions, Ann. Rep. Bean Impr. Coop. , vol. 57, pp. 185-186, 2014.
X. Feng, Poplawsky, A. R., Nikolaeva, O. V., Myers, J. R., and Karasev, A. V., Molecular and biological characterization of the Ru1-OR strain of bean common mosaic virus, Ann. Rep. Bean Impr. Coop. , vol. 57, pp. 77-78, 2014.
H. C.H. and Myers, J. R., Mapping QTL for root rot resistance, root traits, and morphological traits in a common bean recombinant inbred population, Ann. Rep. Bean Impr. Coop., vol. 57, pp. 73-74, 2014.
P. M. Kusolwa, Mwatawala, M. W., Mwaitulo, S., Msolla, S. N., Mgembe, E. R., G.M., T., and Myers, J. R., Inheritance and performance of bruchid resistance into farmers’ preferred common bean (P. vulgaris) varieties in Tanzania, Ann. Rep. Bean Impr. Coop., vol. 57, pp. 7-8, 2014.
M. H. Bello, Myers, J. R., Cregan, P., and Miklas, P. N., In silico validation of new SNP marker linked to BCMV resistance across multiple RIL populations, Ann. Rep. Bean Impr. Coop., vol. 58, pp. 51-52, 2015.
J. R. Myers, Breeding Crucifers for Organic Production – Public Sector Perspective, 8th Organic Seed Growers Conference, pp. 58-59, 2016.
J. R. Myers, Arrested Development: Intellectual property and regulations hinder research, Terra, 2014.
H. Arkwazee, Davis, J., Miklas, P., Moghaddam, S., McClean, P., and Myers, J. R., Analysis of variation for white mold resistance in the bean CAP snap bean panel, Ann. Rep. Bean Impr. Coop., vol. 57, pp. 175-176, 2014.
Journal Article
J. R. Baggett, Stone, A., Myers, J. R., Kean, D., and Sullivan, D. M., Vegetable gardening in Oregon, Oregon State University, Extension Service, 2005.
E. N. C. Renaud, van Bueren, E. T. Lammert, Myers, J. R., Paulo, M. João, van Eeuwijk, F. A., Zhu, N., and Juvik, J. A., Variation in broccoli cultivar phytochemical content under organic and conventional management systems: implications in breeding for nutrition., PLoS One, vol. 9, no. 7, p. e95683, 2014.
H. L. Merk, Yarnes, S. C., Van Deynze, A., Tong, N., Menda, N., Mueller, L. A., Mutschler, M. A., Loewen, S. A., Myers, J. R., and Francis, D. M., Trait diversity and potential for selection indices based on variation among regionally adapted processing tomato germplasm, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, vol. 137, pp. 427–437, 2012.
K. A.E., Myers, J. R., Echeverria, D., Thompson, H. J., and Brick, M. A., Total phenolic content in a diverse collection of snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) cultivars, Journal of the American Society of Horticultural Science, vol. 141, pp. 3-11, 2015.
L. Hoagland, Colley, M., Dawson, J., Davis, J., Egel, D., Gu, S., Mengiste, T., Myers, J. R., and Zystro, J., Tomato organic management and improvement project (TOMI): an interdisciplinary approach to managing foliar diseases in tomato, Acta Horticulturae, no. 1207, pp. 203 - 210, 2018.
L. Hoagland, Colley, M., Dawson, J., Davis, J., Egel, D., Gu, S., Mengiste, T., Myers, J. R., and Zystro, J., Tomato Organic Management and Improvement Project (TOMI): An interdisciplinary approach to managing foliar diseases in tomato., Acta Hort., 2016.
L. Hoagland, Colley, M., Dawson, J., Davis, J., Egel1, D., Gu, S., Mengiste, T., Myers, J. R., and Zystro, J., Tomato Organic Management and Improvement Project (TOMI): An interdisciplinary approach to managing foliar diseases in tomato, Acta Hort., 2016.
A. K. Jaiswal, Mengiste, T. D., Myers, J. R., Egel, D. S., and Hoagland, L. A., Tomato domestication attenuated responsiveness to a beneficial soil microbe for plant growth promotion and induction of systemic resistance to foliar pathogens, Frontiers in Microbiology, vol. 11, p. 604566, 2020.