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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
P. Chakrabarti, Rana, S., Sarkar, S., Smith, B., and Basu, P., Pesticide-induced oxidative stress in laboratory and field populations of native honey bees along intensive agricultural landscapes in two Eastern Indian states, Apidologie, vol. 46, no. 1, pp. 107 - 129, 2015.
P. Chakrabarti, Sarkar, S., and Basu, P., Field Populations of Wild Apis cerana Honey Bees Exhibit Increased Genetic Diversity Under Pesticide Stress Along an Agricultural Intensification Gradient in Eastern India, Journal of Insect Science, vol. 18, no. 3Pt 1, 2018.
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.
P. Chakrabarti and Sagili, R., Section II: Bees and Pollinators, 77th Annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference Research Reports. Portland, Oregon, USA, 2018.
P. Chakrabarti, “The vanishing honey bees”, 2014.
P. Chakrabarti and Sagili, R., Sterol nutritional physiology in honey bees, Proceedings of the 2018 American Bee Research Conference, Bee World. 2018.
P. Chakrabarti, “Food security in agriculture” in Food Safety. 2016.
A. - M. Chamberlain, Brody, B., and Johnson, D. D., High Desert Youth Range Camp, in National Association of County Agricultural Agents Meeting and Professional Improvement Conference, 2012.
D. Chamberlain and Delcurto, T., Use of grass seed residues as a winter feed resource for beef cattle, Eastern Oregon Agric. Res. Center Circ. of Info, 1991.
A. - M. Chamberlain, Smith, B. E., Johnson, D. D., Brody, B., Boyd, C. S., and Davies, K. W., Education in the field: The making of the High Desert Youth Range Camp., in Society for Range Management 65th Annual International Meeting, 2011.
J. C. Chambers, Using Resilience and Resistance Concepts to Manage Persistent Threats to Sagebrush Ecosystems and Greater Sage-grouse, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 70, no. 2, pp. 149-164, 2017.
U. Chambers, Walton, V. M., and Mehlenbacher, S. A., Susceptibility of hazelnut cultivars to filbertworm, Cydia latiferreana, HortScience, vol. 46, pp. 1377-1380, 2011.
P. J. Chambers, Borneman, A. R., Varela, C., Cordente, A. G., ,, Tran, T. M. T., Henschke, P. A., and Curtin, C. D., Ongoing domestication of wine yeast: past, present and future, Australian journal of grape and wine research, vol. 21, pp. 642–650, 2015.
J. C. Chambers, Pyke, D. A., Maestas, J. D., Pellant, M. L., Boyd, C. S., Campbell, S. B., Espinosa, S., Havlina, D. W., Mayer, K. E., and Wuenschel, A., Using resistance and resilience concepts to reduce impacts of invasive annual grasses and altered fire regimes on the sagebrush ecosystem and greater sage-grouse: A strategic multi-scale approach, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ft. Collins, CO, 2014.
K. Chambers, Gouge, D., Gren, T., Hurley, J., Stock, T., Bruns, Z. T., Shour, M., Foss, C., Graham, F., Murray, K., and Glick, S., Coalition Operating Manual. 2011.

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