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    Overseeding annual ryegrass and cereal rye into soybean for winter forage and as a cover crop for weed control and soil conservation
    Pathway approaches to dissecting the inheritance of maize shoot-borne roots
    Phosphoprotein analysis of soybean root hairs in response to Bradyrhizobium japonicum inoculation
    Phosphorus nutrition in tall fescue: from stockpiling to seed production
    The physiological and behavioral responses of the lesser chestnut weevil, Curculio sayi (gyllenhal), to potential attractants : dose-response and interactions among host plant volatile organic compounds
    Physiological changes occurring in plant tissue as a result of stimuli administered to break the rest period
    Physiological responses of continental (summer-active) and mediterranean (summer-dormant) tall Fescue to cold stress and identification of underlying QTL for fall growth and winter survival
    Physiological studies on Monascus
    Physiological traits underlying differences in salt tolerance among glycine species
    Phytic acid phosphorus and inorganic phosphorus composition in seeds of soybean lines with independent inositol pentakisphosphate 2-kinase mutations
    Plant Adaptation to Drought --- Interdisciplinary Research at the University of Missouri [abstract]
    Plants are just very slow animals
    Plasticity of soybean (Glycine max (l.) Merrill) root system development under mild water deficit
    Poison hemlock (conium Maculatum L.): biology, implications for pastures and response to herbicides
    Positional cloning and functional analysis of REN1 in 'Kishmish vatkana'
    Predator diversity impacts herbivore abundance and behavior with cascading effects on the prevalence of a vector-borne plant pathogen
    Predator-prey interactions involving the soybean aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in Missouri
    A preliminary list of the rusts of Boone County
    The process of fertilization in Aspidium and Adiantum
    Proposed Physiologic Functions of Boron in Plants Pertinent to Animal and Human Metabolism