2010 journal article
Influence of field margin type on weed species richness and abundance in conventional crop fields
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 26(02), 127–136.
By: S. Reberg-Horton n, J. Mueller, S. Mellage n, N. Creamer, C. Brownie, M. Bell, M. Burton
2009 journal article
Differential responses of cotton cultivars when applying mepiquat pentaborate
Agronomy Journal, 101(1), 25–31.
By: N. O'Berry*, J. Faircloth, M. Jones*, D. Herbert*, A. Abaye*, T. McKemie*, C. Brownie
Fruit abscission by Physalis species as defense against frugivory
ENTOMOLOGIA EXPERIMENTALIS ET APPLICATA, 130(1), 21–27.
By: N. Benda, C. Brownie, C. Schal & F. Gould
Long-term effects of changing land use practices on surface water quality in a coastal river and lagoonal estuary
Environmental Management, 44(3), 505–523.
By: M. Rothenberger*, J. Burkholder & C. Brownie
Modeling misidentification errors in capture-recapture studies using photographic identification of evolving marks
Ecology (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.), 90(1), 3–9.
By: J. Yoshizaki, K. Pollock, C. Brownie & R. Webster *
Sorghum sudangrass as a summer cover and hay crop for organic fall cabbage production
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 24(3), 225–233.
By: D. Finney n, N. Creamer, J. Schultheis, M. Wagger & C. Brownie
The addition of cottonseed hulls to the starter and supplementation of live yeast or mannanoligosaccharide in the milk for young calves
Journal of Dairy Science, 92(2), 790–798.
By: S. Hill, B. Hopkins, S. Davidson, S. Bolt, D. Diaz, C. Brownie, T. Brown, G. Huntington, L. Whitlow
1996 journal article
In vitro percutaneous absorption of benzidine in complex mechanistically defined chemical mixtures
Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 141, 497–506.
By: R. Baynes, C. Brownie, H. Freeman n & J. Riviere
1993 journal article
Estimating spatial variation in analysis of data from yield trials: A comparison of methods
Agronomy Journal, 85(6), 1244.
By: C. Brownie, D. Bowman* & J. Burton n
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