The following is a list of technical publications authored by members of AgMEQ laboratory. The publications are listed in chronological order and hyperlinks to publishers websites and open access pdf's are provided where available.
Integrated Puncture Score: Force-Displacement Weighted Rind Penetration Tests Improve Stalk Lodging Resistance Estimations in Maize. Stubbs C., Macmahan C., Seegmiller W., Cook D., Robertson D.J. Plant Methods 16:113 (2020)
The effect of probe geometry on rind puncture resistance testing of maize stalks. Cook D.D., Meehan K., Asatiani L., Robertson D.J. The Effect of Probe Geometry on Rind Puncture Resistance Testing of Maize Stalks. Plant Methods 16:65 (2020)
Stalk Bending Strength is Strongly Associated with Maize Stalk Lodging Incidence Across Multiple Environments. Sekhon R.S., Joyner C.N., Ackerman A.J., McMahan C.S., Cook D.D., Robertson D.J. Field Crops Research 249:107737 (2020)
Diverse maize hybrids are structurally inefficient at resisting wind induced bending forces that cause stalk lodging. Stubbs C., Seegmiller K.*, McMahan C., Sekhon R., Robertson D.J. Plant Methods 16:67 (2020)
Preventing lodging in bioenergy crops: a biomechanical analysis of maize stalks suggests a new approach. Von Forell G., Robertson D., Cook D. Journal of Experimental Botany (2015), doi: 10.1093/jxb/erv108
Corn stalk lodging: a forensic engineering approach provides insights into failure patterns and mechanisms. Robertson D., Julias M., Gardunia B., Barten T., Cook, D. Journal of Crop Science 55:2833-2841 (2015)