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Refereed journal articles

1. Tarpley L, Choinski JS, Jr. 1986. The effect of the embryo axis and exogenous sucrose on lipolysis and glyoxysomal enzyme development in Ricinus communis (castor bean) endosperm and cotyledons. Physiol. Plant. 68:419-425

2. Tarpley L, Dahlberg JA, Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1993. Batch anion exchange separation and quantification of [14C]hexose from [14C]sucrose. Crop Sci. 33:338-341

3. Tarpley L, Lingle SE, Vietor DM, Andrews DL, Miller FR. 1994. Enzymatic control of nonstructural carbohydrate concentrations in stems and panicles of sorghum. Crop Sci. 34:446-452
4. Tarpley L., Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1994. Internodal compartmentation of stem-infused [14C]sucrose in sweet and grain sorghum. Crop Sci. 34:1116-1120
5. Tarpley L., Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1996. Metabolism of sucrose during storage in intact sorghum stalk. Int J Plant Sci. 157:159-163
6. Sowder CM, Tarpley L, Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1997. Leaf photoassimilation and partitioning in stress-tolerant sorghum. Crop Sci. 37:833-838
7. Tarpley L, Vietor DM. 1997. Differential autoradiography and spin-column purification of sugars on activated charcoal. Crop Sci. 37:1807-1811
8. Tarpley L, Reddy KR, Sassenrath-Cole GF. 2000. Reflectance indices with precision and accuracy in prediction of cotton leaf nitrogen concentration. Crop Sci. 40:1814-1819
9. Reddy KR, McKinion JM, Read JJ, Baker J, Reddy VR, Tarpley L. 2001. Soil-Plant-Atmosphere-Research (SPAR) facility: a tool for plant research and modeling. Biotronics. 30:27-50
10. Samonte SO, Wilson LT, Tarpley L, McClung AM. 2001. Seasonal dynamics of nonstructural carbohydrate partitioning in 15 diverse rice (Oryza sativa L.) genotypes. Crop Sci. 41:902-909
11. Read JJ, Tarpley L, McKinion JM, Reddy KR. 2002. Narrow-waveband reflectance ratios for remote estimation of nitrogen status in cotton. J. Environ. Qual. 31:1442-1452
12. Tarpley L, Duran AL, Kebrom TH, Sumner LW. 2005. Biomarker metabolites capturing the metabolite variance present in a rice plant developmental period. BMC Plant Biology 5:8 (31 May 2005). First comprehensive metabolomics study with rice. One of first metabolomics studies examining plant development
13. Tarpley L, Sassenrath GF. 2006. Carbohydrate profiles during cotton floral bud (square) development. J. Agron. Crop Sci. 192:363-372. Good cotton bloom is important for good boll set. Describes mechanism of bloom (i.e., of rapid bud expansion)
14. Turner FT, Jund MF, Tarpley L*. 2006. Nitrogen efficiency is increased through banded fluid fertilizer in rice production. Online. Crop Management. Doi: 10.1094/CM-2006-0323-01-RS. Adopting this practice can increase profitability for farmers. (This journal retains the doi numbers)
15. Way MO, Reay-Jones FPF, Stout MJ, Tarpley L. 2006. Effects of nitrogen fertilizer applied before permanent flood on the interaction between rice and rice water weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 99:2030-2037.
16. Mohammed AR, Rounds E, Tarpley L*. 2007. Response of rice (Oryza sativa L.) tillering to sub-ambient levels of ultraviolet-B radiation. J. Agron. Crop Sci. 193:324-335. OnLine Early: doi: 10.1111/j.1439-037X.2007.00268.x. Low UV conditions are not unusual in crop fields. Showed that low UV can depress yield
17. Reay-Jones FPF, Way MO, Tarpley L. 2007. Nitrogen fertilization at the rice panicle differentiation stage to compensate for rice water weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) injury. Crop Protection: Doi: 10.1016/j.croprp.2007.04.009
18. Rounds EW, Mohammed AR, Tarpley L*. 2007. Gibberellin applied to the main crop increases ratoon-crop yield. Online. Crop Management: Doi: 10.1094/CM-2007-0417-01-RS. Adopting this practice can increase profitability for farmers.
19. Tarpley L, Vietor DM. 2007. Compartmentation of sucrose during radial transfer in mature sorghum culm. BMC Plant Biology 7:33 (20 June 2007). Shows that sorghum accumulates sugar in the stem using a different mechanism than its close relative – sugarcane. Implications for improving sorghum sugar accumulation, as well as sorghum biomass potential
Book chapters
1. Read, JJ, Whaley EL, Tarpley L, Reddy KR. 2003. Evaluation of a hand-held radiometer for field determination of nitrogen status in cotton. In Digital Imaging and Spectral Techniques. Applications to Precision Agriculture and Crop Physiology (Van Toai, T, D Major, M McDonald, J Schepers, L Tarpley eds). American Society of Agronomy Special Publication Number 66. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, WI
2. Tarpley L, Sassenrath-Cole GF. 2003. Environmental and physiological components of the cotton leaf reflectance spectrum. In Digital Imaging and Spectral Techniques. Applications to Precision Agriculture and Crop Physiology (Van Toai, T, D Major, M McDonald, J Schepers, L Tarpley eds). American Society of Agronomy Special Publication Number 66. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, WI
3. Tarpley L, Roessner U. 2007. Metabolomics: enabling systems-level phenotyping in rice functional genomics. p. 91-107 in NM Upadhyaya (ed.) Rice functional genomics – challenges, progress and prospects. Springer, NY. Rice is an important model species for functional genomics. Metabolomics is rapidly emerging as important field in functional genomics because it helps link genes to phenotype. This is the first review of rice metabolomics research. The book has a prestigious international set of authors
Books
Digital Imaging and Spectral Techniques. Applications to Precision Agriculture and Crop Physiology. 2003. Van Toai, T, Major D, McDonald M, Schepers J, Tarpley L, eds. American Society of Agronomy Special Publication Number 66. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, WI
Experiment Station/Extension Publications
1. Tarpley L. 2001. Physiology research to improve combined first and second crop yield; physiological evaluation of rice main crop and second crop response to MessengerTM; physiology of recently introduced hybrids. Texas Rice 1 (special issue):10-11.
2. Tarpley L. 2002. Plant growth regulators (PGRs) for improving yield; physiology of lodging resistance and vegetative reserve storage in hybrids; environmental factors affecting rice ratoon stand establishment. Texas Rice 2 (special issue):9-10.
3. Tarpley L. 2003. Enhancing ratoon tiller earliness and number; physiology of reproductive stage tolerance to high temperatures and of seedling tolerance to cool temperatures; physiology of lodging resistance and vegetative reserve storage in rice hybrids. Texas Rice 3 (special issue):10.
4. Tarpley L. 2004. Physiological bases for Texas rice ratoon crop management; high temperatures and low ultraviolet radiation due to shading can possibly decrease Texas rice grain filling, seed set, ratoon tiller establishment, and yield; invertase manipulation and its impact on Texas rice yield. Texas Rice 4 (special issue):9-10.
5. Mohammed AR, Tarpley L*. 2005. Studying how UV radiation affects rice plant development. Texas Rice 5(6):13-14*
6. Tarpley L. 2005. Gibberellic acid treatment to improve ratoon stand. p. 48 in 2005 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131.*
7. Tarpley L. 2005. Looking inside a rice plant to monitor development. Texas Rice 5(6):14*
8. Tarpley L. 2005. Physiological bases for Texas rice ratoon crop management; effect of high temperature and low UV radiation on rice plant development; invertase manipulation and its impact on Texas rice yield. Texas Rice 5 (special issue):6-7.
9. Tarpley L. 2006. Physiological bases for rice ratoon crop management; rice crop response to various stresses; hybrid rice main crop and ratoon crop requirements during hotter than normal seasons. Texas Rice 6(special issue):5-6
10. Tarpley L, Jund MF. 2006. 2005 Variety evaluation for main and ratoon crop yield potential. p. 18-19 in 2006 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131*
11. Tarpley L. 2006. Gibberellic acid treatment to improve ratoon stand. p. 49 in Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131*
12. Rounds EW, Mohammed AR, Tarpley L*. 2006. Using gibberellin to increase ratoon crop yield. Texas Rice 6(3):3-5*
13. Stansel JW, Tarpley L. 2006. Stand establishment. p. 2 in 2006 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131*
14. Chandler JM, Tarpley L, McCauley GN, Stansel JW, Krausz JP, Way MO. 2006. Texas rice production practices. p. 49-50 in 2006 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131*
15. McCauley GN, Tarpley L, Jund MF. 2006. Seeding rates. p. 8-9 in 2006 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131*
16. McClung AM, Tarpley L, Jund MF. 2006. Varieties. p.8 in Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131*
17. Tarpley L. 2006. Evaluating rice varieties and hybrids for Texas; management practices for Texas rice production; 2005 results summary; hybrid rice management. Texas Rice 6 (Special section):1-2
18. Tarpley L. 2006. Flail mowing for better ratoon yield. Texas Rice 6(5):3*
19. Tarpley L, Jund MF. 2006. Early flooding can provide a rice yield benefit on clay soils. Texas Rice Production Guidelines Update 19(1):2
20. Tarpley L, Jund MF. 2006. Fertilization. p. 13-17 in 2006 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131*
21. Tarpley L, Jund MF, Turner FT. 2006. Nitrogen uptake efficiency at specific growth stages. Texas Rice Production Guidelines Update 19(2):1-2
22. Tarpley L, McCauley GN, Jund MF. 2006. Ratoon (second) crop production. p. 48-49 in 2006 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131*
23. Tarpley L, Stansel JW, Jund MF. 2006. Planting dates. p. 8 in 2006 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131*
24. Turner FT, Jund MF, Tarpley L*, Hebert M, Hagler DR. 2006. Using banded fluid fertilizer to improve the economics of rice production in Texas. Texas Rice 6(1):3-5*
25. Burns R, Fannin B, Tarpley L. 2007. Texas A&M biofuel initiative. Texas Rice 7(3):11*
26. Chandler JM, Tarpley L, McCauley GN, Stansel JW, Krausz JP, Way MO. 2007. Texas rice production practices. P. 54-55 in 2007 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131*
27. McCauley GN, Tarpley L, Jund MF. 2007. Seeding rates. P.9-11 in 2007 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131
28. McClung, AM, Tarpley L, Jund MF. 2007. Varieties. P.2-8 in 2007 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131
29. Stansel JW, Tarpley L. 2007. Stand establishment. P.2 in 2007 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131
30. Tarpley L. 2007. Gibberellic acid treatment to improve ratoon stand. P.54 in 2007 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131
31. Tarpley L. 2007. Photosynthesis and the rice plant. Texas Rice 7(4):5-7
32. Tarpley L. 2007. Rice functional genomics. Texas Rice 7(2):7-8
33. Tarpley L. 2007. Southeast Texas Bioenergy Working Group. Texas Rice Production Guidelines Update 20(1):2
34. Tarpley L, Jund MF. 2007. 2006 Variety evaluation for main and ratoon crop yield potential. P.20-22 in 2007 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131
35. Tarpley L, Jund MF. 2007. Fertilization. P.15-19 in 2007 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131
36. Tarpley L, McCauley GN, Jund MF. 2007. Ratoon (second) crop production. P.53-54 in 2007 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131
37. Tarpley L, Stansel JW, Jund MF. 2007. Planting dates. P.8-9 in 2007 Texas Rice Production Guidelines. Texas Cooperative Extension B-6131
38. Tarpley L, Way MO. 2007. Tank-mixing of rice stink bug insecticides and gibberellic acid. Texas Rice Production Guidelines Update 20(2):1-2
Scientific Abstracts and Proceedings
1. Tarpley L, Troyer GD, Choinski, JS, Jr. 1981. Enzymatic and ultrastructural analysis of castor bean cotyledon development. J. Colorado-Wyoming Acad. Sci. 13:17
2. Tarpley L, Badr SA. 1987. Nitrate reductase activity in leaves and roots of three grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) cultivars. Annual Meeting for the American Society of Enology and Viticulture, Anaheim, CA. 25-27 June 1987
3. Tarpley L, Lingle SE, Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1987. Relationship of sucrose-metabolizing enzymes to carbon partitioning in diverse sorghum genotypes. p. 101. In Agronomy abstracts. American Society of Agronomy (A.S.A.), Madison, WI
4. Vietor DM, Tarpley L, Miller FR, Schomberg J. 1989. Partitioning of 14C-photosynthate and nonstructural carbohydrates in sorghum leaf and stem. p. 123. In Agronomy Abstracts. A.S.A., Madison, WI
5. Tarpley L, Lingle SE, Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1990. Extractable enzyme activities of sucrose metabolism in tissues of diverse sorghum genotypes. p. 432. In D.D. Randall and D.G. Blevins (ed.) Current topics in plant biochemistry and physiology. Vol. 9. University of Missouri-Columbia*
6. Tarpley L, Vietor DM. 1990. Extractable enzyme activities of sucrose metabolism in sorghum tissues after physiological maturity. Plant Physiol. 93:S-685
7. Tarpley L, Vietor DM. 1990. Sucrose uptake and metabolism of maturing sorghum culms. p. 132. In Agronomy abstracts. A.S.A., Madison, WI
8. Tarpley L, Vietor DM. 1991. A procedure for batch separation of 14C-hexose from 14C-sucrose. Plant Physiol. 96:S-631
9. Tarpley L, Vietor DM, Andrews DL. 1991. Sucrose synthase RNA levels of maturing sorghum culm. p. 135. In Agronomy abstracts. A.S.A., Madison, WI
10. Tarpley L, Vietor DM, Andrews DL. 1992. Sucrose metabolism of sorghum stem is not altered by sink competition for assimilate. Plant Physiol. 99:S-228
11. Tarpley L, Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1993. 14C-Assimilate export from upper leaves of sweet and grain sorghum hybrids. p. 139. In Proc. 18th biennial grain sorghum research and utilization conference. Lubbock, TX. 28 Feb. - 2 Mar. 1993. National Grain Sorghum Producers Assoc*
12. Tarpley L, Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1993. Interaction between sources and vegetative sinks of sorghum. Plant Physiol. 102:S-215
13. Vietor DM, Tarpley L, Miller FR. 1993. Partitioning of [14C]assimilate among sorghum leaf carbohydrates and plant organs. p. 126. In Agronomy Abstracts. A.S.A., Madison, WI
14. Tarpley L, Vietor DM. 1994. Charcoal separation of [3H]sucrose and 3H2O for in situ plant metabolism studies. p. 139. In Agronomy abstracts. A.S.A., Madison, WI
15. Tarpley L, Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1994. Intracellular and phloem uptake of stem-infused [14C]sucrose in sweet and grain sorghum. Plant Physiol. 105:S-638
16. Sowder CM, Tarpley L, Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1995. Carbon-14 assimilation and partitioning in post-flowering drought resistance of sorghum. p. 115. In Agronomy abstracts. A.S.A., Madison, WI
17. Tarpley L, Vietor DM. 1995. Stem-infused [3H]sucrose can trace phloem-supplied sucrose. Plant Physiol. 108:S-225
18. Tarpley L, Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1995. Metabolism of asymmetrically labeled sucrose in sorghum culm. p. 115. In Agronomy abstracts. A.S.A., Madison, WI
19. Sowder CM, Tarpley L, Vietor DM, Miller FR. 1996. Photoassimilation and partitioning in stress tolerant sorghum. Plant Physiol. 111:S-294
20. Tarpley L, Vietor DM. 1996. Cellular pathway of sucrose during radial transfer in sorghum stalk. p. 99. In Agronomy abstracts. A.S.A., Madison, WI
21. Tarpley L, Vietor DM. 1996. Differential autoradiography of free sugars: tissue printing to charcoal paper. Plant Physiol. 111:S-574
22. Vietor DM, Sowder CM, Tarpley L, Pawlak D, Rooney WL, Miller FR. 1996. Physiology of stay-green trait in sorghum. In Proc. 20th biennial grain sorghum research and utilization conference. Lubbock, TX. 24 - 26 Sept. 1996. National Grain Sorghum Producers Assoc*
23. Pace P, Senseman S, Cralle H, Cothren JT, Bovey R, Tarpley L, Zuberer D. 1997. Fate of paraquat applied to cotton plants as a desiccant. p.1466-1467. In Proc. 1997 Beltwide Cotton Conferences, New Orleans, LA, 6 - 10 Jan 1997. National Cotton Council, Memphis, TN*
24. Tarpley L, Cothren JT. 1997. ACCELERATETMing endothall as a cotton defoliant. p. 1438. In Proc. 1997 Beltwide Cotton Conferences, New Orleans, LA, 6 - 10 Jan. 1997. National Cotton Council, Memphis, TN*
25. Vietor DM, Kovar DJ, Rooney WL, Tarpley L. 1997. Sorghum seed development under water stress. p. 95. In Agronomy Abstracts. A.S.A., Madison, WI
26. Samonte SOPB, Wilson LT, Tarpley L,, McClung AM. 1998. Seasonal dynamics of nonstructural carbohydrate partitioning in 15 diverse rice (Oryza sativa L.) genotypes. Rice Technical Working Group, Reno, Nevada, 2 Mar. 1998*
27. Sassenrath-Cole GF, Alarcon VJ, Olson R, Tarpley L, Hood KB, Varco J, Seal M. 1998. Remote sensing of crop physiological function: Applications for development of variable rate inputs. First International Conference on Geospatial Information in Agriculture and Forestry, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, 1-3 June, 1998
28. Sassenrath-Cole GF, Seal M, Hood KB, Tarpley L, Lanoue M, Williams J. 1998. Developing crop management information through correlation of cotton yield monitor data and remote sensing technologies. First International Conference on Geospatial Information in Agriculture and Forestry, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, 1-3 June 1998
29. Stair D, Cothren JT, Tarpley L. 1998. The effect of adjuvant class on absorption of selected cotton harvest aids and resulting necrosis. In Press. In Proc. 1998 Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Diego, CA, 5 - 9 Jan. 1998. National Cotton Council, Memphis, TN*
30. Tarpley L, Cothren JT. 1998. Cellular compartmentation of diverse harvest aids in cotton leaves. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Madison, WI, 27 June - 1 July 1998
31. Tarpley L, Sassenrath-Cole GF. 1998. The diurnal component of a cotton leaf reflectance spectrum. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Madison, WI, 27 June - 1 July 1998
32. Tarpley L, Sassenrath-Cole GF. 1998. Principal components of cotton leaf spectra. In Agronomy Abstracts. A.S.A., Madison, WI
33. Tarpley L, Sassenrath-Cole GF. 1998. Sugars in developing cotton squares. In Proc. 1998 Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Diego, CA, 5 - 9 Jan. 1998. National Cotton Council, Memphis, TN*
34. Tarpley L, Vietor DM. 1998. The radial transfer of sucrose in the culm of a tropical grass: cellular pathway. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Madison, WI, 27 June - 1 July 1998
35. Tarpley L, Reddy KR. 1999. Cotton responses to nitrogen and atmospheric carbon dioxide supply: growth, canopy- and tissue-level, and reflectance interactions. p. 90. In Agronomy abstracts. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI
36. Tarpley L, Reddy KR, Read JJ, McKinion JM, Chen M-H, Boone MYL, Doma PR. 1999. Reflectance indices with precision and accuracy in predicting cotton leaf nutrient concentrations, growth regulation, and water stress. National Remote Sensing Applications Conference and Workshop, Auburn University, AL. 15-17 November 1999*
37. Tarpley L, Sassenrath-Cole GF. 1999. Principal components of the cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) leaf reflectance spectrum. In Proc. 1999 Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Orlando, FL, 4-7 Jan. 1999. National Cotton Council, Memphis, TN*
38. McKinion JM, Read J, Reddy KR, Tarpley L. 2000. Using Mathematica to analyze reflectance spectra from nitrogen and water stressed plants and PIX treated plants. 2000 Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Antonio, TX, 4-8 Jan. 2000*
39. Read JJ, McKinion JM, Tarpley L, Reddy KR. 2000. Leaf and canopy reflectance indices for the remote estimation of leaf chlorophyll and carotenoid pigments in cotton. Second International Conference on Geospatial Information in Agriculture and Forestry, Lake Buena Vista, FL, 10-12 January 2000
40. Read JJ, Whaley EL, Reddy KR, Tarpley L. 2001. Comparison of two hand-held radiometers for assessment of nitrogen and potassium status in cotton. In Agronomy Abstracts. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI
41. Read JJ, Whaley EL, Reddy KR, Tarpley L. 2001. A hand-held radiometer for assessment of nitrogen and potassium status in field-grown cotton. In Agronomy abstracts. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI
42. Read JJ, Reddy KR, Tarpley L, Murray AK. 2002. Yield and fiber quality of cotton as influenced by nitrogen nutrition. 2002 Agronomy Abstracts (ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, WI)
43. Tarpley L, Kebrom TH, Turner FT, Jund MF. 2002. Rice ratoon yield enhancement with plant growth regulators. 2002 Agronomy Abstracts (ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, WI)
44. Tarpley L, Turner FT, Porter RG, Jund MF. 2002. Physiology research to improve combined main and ratoon crop yield of rice: Plant growth regulator effects. Proc. 29th Rice Technical Working Group. Feb. 24-27, 2002, Little Rock, AR*
45. Read JJ, Reddy KR. Tarpley L, McKinion J. 2003. Effects of nitrogen and potassium stress on yield and fiber quality in potted plants. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conferences. National Cotton Council, Memphis, TN*
46. Tarpley L, Park WD, Wilson LT, Yang Y. 2003. Global Climate Change Effects on Rice Growth, Development, and Productivity. Roundtable on Plant Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at the China-U.S. Relations: Past, Present, and Future Conference, Texas A&M University, Nov 2003
47. Tarpley L, Sumner LW, Pinson SRM, Kebrom TH, Duran AL. 2003. Metabolomics of tillering in rice. National Science Foundation – Virginia Bioinformatics Institute – Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Metabolomics Workshop. Aug. 25 -27, 2003. Ardmore, OK*
48. Kebrom TH, Duran AL, Tarpley L, Sumner LW. 2004. Metabolomics of tillering in rice. 30th Rice Technical Working Group. Feb. 29 to Mar. 3, 2004. New Orleans, LA*
49. Rounds EW, Tarpley L, Mohammed AR. 2004. Activity of invertase during early seed development of rice under stress conditions. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, Seattle, WA
50. Tarpley L, Duran AL, Sumner LW. 2004. Marker metabolites capturing the metabolite variance present in a plant developmental period. Third International Congress on Plant Metabolomics. June 3-6, 2004. Ames, IA
51. Tarpley L, Duran AL, Sumner LW. 2004. Referencing in metabolite space through large-scale generation of predictive functions based on ratios of metabolite concentrations. Third International Congress on Plant Metabolomics. June 3-6, 2004. Ames, IA
52. Mohammed AR, Rounds EW, Tarpley L. 2005. Response of rice seedling tillering to sub-ambient levels of ultraviolet radiation. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, Salt Lake City, Utah
53. Mohammed AR, Rounds EW, Tarpley L. 2005.Response of rice seedling tillering to sub-ambient levels of ultraviolet radiation. Botany 2005: Annual Meeting of the American Society of Botany, August 13-17, 2005. Austin, Texas
54. Rounds EW, Tarpley L, Mohammed AR. 2005. Invertase activity during rice early grain fill development under seasonally high nighttime temperatures. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, Salt Lake City, Utah
55. Rounds EW, Tarpley L, Mohammed AR. 2005. Response of exogenous chemical application on carbohydrate metabolism and ratoon yield characters in rice. Botany 2005: Annual Meeting of the American Society of Botany, August 13-17, 2005. Austin, Texas
56. Tarpley L, Duran AL, Kebrom TH, Sumner LW. 2005. Biomarker metabolites capturing the metabolite variance present in a rice plant developmental period. Botany 2005: Annual Meeting of the American Society of Botany, August 13-17, 2005. Austin, Texas
57. Mohammed AR, Rounds EW, Tarpley L. 2006. Effetcs of high nighttime temperature on rice (Oryza sativa L.) growth, development and physiology. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, Indianapolis, IN
58. Mohammed AR, Rounds EW, Tarpley L. 2006. Influence of ultraviolet-B radiation on rice tiller development. p.181 in Proceedings of the Thirty-First Rice Technical Working Group, The Woodlands, Texas. Feb. 26 – Mar. 1, 2006. Published by the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Crowley, Louisiana*
59. Rounds EW, Mohammed AR, Tarpley L. 2006. Gibberellin applied to the rice main crop increases ratoon-crop yield. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, Indianapolis, IN
60. Tarpley L, Mohammed AR, Rounds EW. 2006. Instrumentation enabling study of rice plant response to elevated nighttime temperature. p.160 in Proceedings of the Thirty-First Rice Technical Working Group, The Woodlands, Texas. Feb. 26 – Mar. 1, 2006. Published by the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Crowley, Louisiana*
61. Tarpley L, Mohammed AR, Rounds EW. 2006. Ratoon rice yield advantage from flail mowing is due to decreased straw matting - not decreased physiological inhibition. p.143-144 in Proceedings of the Thirty-First Rice Technical Working Group, The Woodlands, Texas. Feb. 26 – Mar. 1, 2006. Published by the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Crowley, Louisiana*
62. Turner FT, Tarpley L, Jund MF, Hebert MF, and Hagler DR. 2006. Increasing N uptake efficiency through banded fluid fertilizer in Texas rice production: a 3-year summary. p.157 in Proceedings of the Thirty-First Rice Technical Working Group, The Woodlands, Texas. Feb. 26 – Mar. 1, 2006. Published by the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Crowley, Louisiana*
63. Turner FT, Tarpley L, Jund MF, Hebert M, Hagler DR. 2006. Using banded fluid fertilizer to improve the economics of rice production in Texas: A three-year summary. Proceedings of the 2006 Fluid Forum, Feb 12-14, 2006, Scottsdale, AZ, Fluid Fertilizer Foundation, Manhattan, Kansas, Vol. 23
64. Way MO, Espino L, Nunez MS, Pearson RA, Tarpley L. 2006. Recent research on insecticidal management of stink bugs in rice and soybeans. 18th Annual Plant Protection Conference. Dec. 5-6, 2006, College Station, Texas. Texas Plant Protection Association
65. Mohammed AR, L Tarpley. 2007. Impact of high nighttime temperature on rice (Oryza sativa L.) growth, development and physiology. Am. Soc. Plant Biology and Botanical Soc. Am. July 8-11, 2007, Chicago, Illinois
66. Mohammed AR, L Tarpley. 2007. Growth and yield responses of Southern US rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivars to supplemental UV-B radiation. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Meetings. Nov. 4-8, New Orleans, LA.
67. Tarpley L, T Walker. 2007. Improved hybrid rice yield using increased nitrogen plus growth retardant. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Meetings. Nov. 4-8, New Orleans, LA.
Service presentations
1. Tarpley L. 2001. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
2. Tarpley L. 2001. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX.
3. Tarpley L. 2001. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
4. Tarpley L. 2001. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX.
5. Tarpley L. 2002. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
6. Tarpley L. 2002. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Research and Extension Workshop. Rosenberg, TX.
7. Tarpley L. 2002. Rice Physiology. Jefferson County Rice Symposium. Beaumont, TX.
8. Tarpley L. 2002. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
9. Tarpley L. 2002. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX.
10. Tarpley L. 2003. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
11. Tarpley L. 2003. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX.
12. Tarpley L. 2003. Rice Physiology. Rice Producers’ Dinner. Santa Fe, TX. Feb. 6, 2003
13. Tarpley L. 2003. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
14. Tarpley L. 2003. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX.
15. Tarpley L. 2004. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
16. Tarpley L. 2004. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Research and Extension Workshop. Rosenberg, TX.
17. Tarpley L. 2004. Rice Physiology. Jefferson County Rice Symposium. Beaumont, TX.
18. Tarpley L. 2004. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
19. Tarpley L. 2004. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX.
20. Jund M, Tarpley L. 2005. Fluid fertilization and varietal evaluation. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
21. Jund M, Tarpley L. 2005. Fluid fertilization and varietal evaluation. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX.
22. Jund MF, Tarpley L. 2005. Rice Soils and Nutrition Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
23. Jund MF, Tarpley L. 2005. Rice Soils and Nutrition Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX.
24. Jund MF, Tarpley L. 2005. Rice Soils and Nutrition Research Poster. Western Rice Belt Production Conference, El Campo, Texas
25. Mohammed AR, Rounds EW, Tarpley L. 2005. Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
26. Rounds EW, Mohammed AR, Tarpley L. 2005. Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
27. Tarpley L. 2005. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
28. Tarpley L. 2005. Rice Physiology. Rice Producers’ Dinner. Santa Fe, TX
29. Tarpley L. 2005. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX.
30. Tarpley L. 2005. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX.
31. Tarpley L. 2005. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Western Rice Belt Production Conference, El Campo, Texas
32. Tarpley, L. 2005. Update on the use of PGRs to improve rice ratoon yield. Annual Rice Research and Extension Workshop. Beaumont, TX, 2005
33. Tarpley L, Jund M. 2005. Fluid fertilizer advantages in Texas rice production. Annual Rice Research and Extension Workshop. Beaumont, TX
34. Tarpley L, Jund M. 2005. Varietal evaluation. Annual Rice Research and Extension Workshop. Beaumont, TX
35. Thompson W. Batchelor B, Tarpley L. 2005. Rice Producers’ Dinner. Santa Fe, TX
36. Jund M, Tarpley L. 2006. Fluid fertilizer advantages in Texas rice production. Western Rice Belt Production Conference, El Campo, Texas
37. Jund M, Tarpley L. 2006. Rice Soils and Nutrition Research. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX

38. Jund M, Tarpley L. 2006. Rice Soils and Nutrition Research. Annual Rice Research and Extension Workshop in Rosenberg, TX

39. Jund M, Tarpley L. 2006. Rice Soils and Nutrition Research. Jefferson County Rice Symposium. Beaumont, TX

40. Jund MF, Tarpley L. 2006. Rice Soils and Nutrition Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX
41. Jund MF, Tarpley L. 2006. Rice Soils and Nutrition Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX
42. Mohammed AR, Rounds EW, Tarpley L. 2006. Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX
43. Rounds EW, Mohammed AR, Tarpley L. 2006. Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX
44. Tarpley L. 2006. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX
45. Tarpley L. 2006. Rice Physiology. Annual Rice Research and Extension Workshop. Rosenberg, TX
46. Tarpley L. 2006. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX
47. Tarpley L. 2006. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX
48. Jund MF, Tarpley L. 2007. Rice Soils and Nutrition Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX
49. Jund MF, Tarpley L. 2007. Rice Soils and Nutrition Research Talk. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX
50. Mohammed AR, Tarpley L. 2007. Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX
51. Mohammed AR, Tarpley L. 2007. Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX
52. Tarpley L. 2007. Overview of Beaumont Center BioEnergy Research Activities Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX
53. Tarpley L. 2007. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX
54. Tarpley L. 2007. Rice Physiology Research Poster. Annual Rice Field Day in Eagle Lake, TX
55. Tarpley L. 2007. Rice Physiology Research Talk. Annual Rice Field Day in Beaumont, TX

56. Way MO, Tarpley L. 2007. Beaumont Center Field Day Afternoon Tour Talk

57. Tarpley L, Jund M. 2007. Varietal evaluation. Annual Rice Research and Extension Workshop. Beaumont, TX