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C. DM and R, S., Oregon Tech Transfer Team Serving Pacific Northwest Beekeepers, American Bee Journal, vol. 155, no. 5, pp. 573-575, 2015.
C. DM and RR, S., Honey Bee Colony Mortality in the Pacific Northwest: Winter 2009/2010, American Bee Journal, vol. 151, no. 1, pp. 73-76, 2010.
W. DK, HS, P., DG, F., Palacios, D. M., BE, L., R, D., WJ, N., DA, C., and SJ, B., The Making of a Productivity Hotspot in the Coastal Ocean. 2011.
E. K. Dixon, Strik, B. C., Valenzuela-Estrada, L. R., and Bryla, D. R., Weed management, training, and irrigation practices for organic production of trailing blackberry: I. Mature plant growth and fruit production, HortScience, 2015.
E. K. Dixon and Strik, B. C., Weed control increases growth, cumulative yield, and economic returns of machine-harvested organic trailing blackberry, Acta Horticulturae, vol. 1133, pp. 323-328, 2016.
E. K. Dixon, Strik, B. C., and Bryla, D. R., Weed management, training, and irrigation practices for organic production of trailing blackberry: II. Soil and aboveground plant nutrient concentrations., HortScience, 2016.
M. D. Madsen, Davies, K. W., Boyd, C. S., Kerby, J. D., and Svejcar, T., Emerging seed enhancement technologies for overcoming barriers to restoration, Restoration Ecology, vol. 24, pp. S77 - S84, 2016.
E. K. Dixon, Strik, B. C., and Bryla, D. R., Weed management, training, and irrigation practices for organic production of trailing blackberry: III. Accumulation and removal of aboveground biomass, carbon, and nutrients, HortScience, 2016.
J. W. Dittel, Sanchez, D., Ellsworth, L. M., Morozumi, C. N., and Mata-González, R., Vegetation Response to Juniper Reduction and Grazing Exclusion in Sagebrush-Steppe Habitat in Eastern Oregon, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 71, no. 2, pp. 213 - 219, 2018.
J. M. DiTomaso and Smith, B. S., Linking Ecological Principles to Tools and Strategies in an EBIPM Program, Rangelands, vol. 34, no. 6, pp. 30 - 34, 2012.
J. B. Dinkins, Smith, K. T., Beck, J. L., Kirol, C. P., Pratt, A. C., and Conover, M. R., Microhabitat Conditions in Wyoming's Sage-Grouse Core Areas: Effects on Nest Site Selection and Success., PLoS One, vol. 11, no. 3, p. e0150798, 2016.
J. Ding, Bierma, J., Smith, M. R., Poliner, E., Wolfe, C., Hadduck, A. N., Zara, S., Jirikovic, M., van Zee, K., Penner, M. H., Patton-Vogt, J., and Bakalinsky, A. T., Acetic acid inhibits nutrient uptake in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: auxotrophy confounds the use of yeast deletion libraries for strain improvement., Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, vol. 97, no. 16, pp. 7405-16, 2013.
J. Ding, Zhong, J., Yang, Y., Li, B., Shen, G., Su, Y., Wang, C., Li, W., Shen, H., Wang, B., Wang, R., Huang, Y., Zhang, Y., Cao, H., Zhu, Y., Simonich, S. L. Massey, and Tao, S., Occurrence and exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and their derivatives in a rural Chinese home through biomass fuelled cooking, Environmental Pollution, vol. 169, pp. 160 - 166, 2012.
J. Ding, Holzwarth, G., Penner, M. H., Patton-Vogt, J., and Bakalinsky, A. T., Overexpression of acetyl-CoA synthetase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae increases acetic acid tolerance., FEMS Microbiol Lett, vol. 362, no. 3, pp. 1-7, 2015.
J. Ding, Holzwarth, G., C Bradford, S., Cooley, B., Yoshinaga, A. S., Patton-Vogt, J., Abeliovich, H., Penner, M. H., and Bakalinsky, A. T., PEP3 overexpression shortens lag phase but does not alter growth rate in Saccharomyces cerevisiae exposed to acetic acid stress., Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, vol. 99, no. 20, pp. 8667-80, 2015.
A. P. Dimri, Thayyen, R. J., Kibler, K., Stanton, A., Jain, S. K., Tullos, D., and Singh, V. P., A review of atmospheric and land surface processes with emphasis on flood generation in the Southern Himalayan rivers, Science of the Total Environment, vol. 556, pp. 98–115, 2016.
I. Dimitrov, Terziev, Z., Zheljazkov, V. D., and Janchev, I., Effect of fertilization and planting density on the productivity of maize hybrids grown under water stress. , Higher Institute of Agriculture – Plovdiv, Scientific Works, vol. 36, pp. 67-71, 1991.
I. Dimitrov, Zheljazkov, V. D., and Zhalnov, I., Productivity of soybean cultivars and their effect on soil fertility, Higher Institute of Agriculture – Plovdiv, Scientific Works, vol. 4, pp. 91-94, 1995.
I. Dimitrov, Zheljazkov, V. D., Janchev, I., and Terziev, Z., Photosynthetic productivity in a ribbon sowing of maize and soybean, Higher Institute of Agriculture – Plovdiv, Scientific Works, vol. 36, pp. 73-79, 1991.
R. J. Dillon, Hynes, T. M., Donnell, R. J. Mc, Williams, C. D., and Gormally, M. J., Influence of snail mucus trails and first snail meal on the behavior of malacophagous sciomyzid larvae, Biological Control, vol. 74, pp. 6 - 12, 2014.
T. O. Dill, Turner, H. A., Weber, D. W., Lusby, K. S., and White, T. W., Effects of Zeranol and Monensin on Reproductive Performance of Replacement Heifers1, The Professional Animal Scientist, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 30 - 35, 1992.
T. O. Dill, Turner, H. A., DE Mattson, D. W. Weber, and Baker, R. J., EFFECTS OF ZINC, COPPER AND SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ON THE HUMORAL IMMUNE SYSTEM OF WEANED STEERS., OSU DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL SCIENCES, p. 9, 1991.
T. O. Dill, Turner, H. A., Weber, D. W., and Whanger, P. H., Supplementation with injectable zinc, copper and selenium and the effects on average daily gain and plasma levels of weaned steers. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1989.
A. C. Dilger, Gabriel, S. R., Kutzler, L. W., McKeith, F. K., and Killefer, J., The myostatin null mutation and clenbuterol administration elicit additive effects in mice, animal, vol. 4261379250707761098025, no. 03, pp. 466 - 471, 2010.
K. N. DiFrancesco and Tullos, D., Assessment of flood management systems’ flexibility with application to the Sacramento River basin, California, USA, International Journal of River Basin Management, vol. 13, pp. 271–284, 2015.

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