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All depositors: We try to observe a 24-hour "cooling off" period to give you opportunity to correct those "oops" issues that seem to emerge just after deposit.
Upon deposit, you will immediately receive an email that your submission has been received (and this is what you need to show the Graduate Office).
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2011

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INTEGRATION OF PLANT-BASED CANOPY SENSORS FOR SITE-SPECIFIC NITROGEN MANAGEMENT, Luciano S. Shiratsuchi

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Identification of Soybean Seed Oil QTLs with Little or No Impact on Seed Protein, Yu-Kai Sun

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Characterizing the Chemoprevention Potential of Amenity Grass Phenolic Extracts In Vitro and the Corresponding Nutraceutical Targets within HepG2 Carcinoma Cells, Casey J. Wegner

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Remarkable Features of the Hotdog-fold Thioesterases Involved in Phylloquinone (vitamin K1) Biosynthesis, Joshua R. Widhalm

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Impact of Crop and Residue Management on the Physical and Chemical Stabilization of Soil Organic Matter at Farm Level, Ana B. Wingeyer

2010

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GENETIC DIVERSITY OF WHEAT CULTIVARS FROM TURKEY AND U.S. GREAT PLAINS, Anyamanee Auvuchanon

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MICROPROPAGATION AND ACCLIMATIZATION OF 'NORTON' GRAPEVINE (VITIS AESTIVALIS), Brant B. Bigger

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Xenia Effects on Quality of Maize Female Inbred in Production of Hybrid Seeds, Leandro Castañeda

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Ability of Plectranthus spp to Re-green After Nitrogen Deficiency, Jazbaat K. Chahal

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QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI FOR AGRONOMIC AND END-USE QUALITY PERFORMANCE AND THE EFFECT OF SOILBORNE WHEAT MOSAIC VIRUS IN A HARD WINTER WHEAT POPULATION IN NEBRASKA, Nicholas A. Crowley

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Yield potential and resource-use efficiency of maize systems in the western U.S. Corn Belt, Patricio Grassini

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Estimating Maize Grain Yield From Crop Biophysical Parameters Using Remote Sensing, Noemi Guindin-Garcia

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FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT: WINTER WHEAT CULTIVAR RESPONSES AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PATHOGEN ISOLATES, John Fredy Hernandez Nopsa

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Linkage & Selective Mapping and QTL Analysis in a Harosoy x Clark population of 300 RILs, Sadal Hwang

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Genetic Mapping of Quantitative Trait Loci Associated with Bioenergy Traits, and The Assessment of Genetic Variability in Sweet Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.). Moench), Aatshwaelwe Lekgari Lekgari

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EVALUATION OF NOVEL INPUT OUTPUT TRAITS IN SORGHUM THROUGH BIOTECHNOLOGY, Tejinder K. Mall

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THE IMPACT OF LONG-TERM TILLAGE, CROP ROTATION AND N APPLICATION ON SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION, Agustin Martellotto

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GRAIN YIELD AND YIELD-RELATED QTL VALIDATION USING RECIPROCAL RECOMBINANT INBRED CHROMOSOME LINES IN WHEAT, Neway C. Mengistu

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COMPARING CROPPING SYSTEM PRODUCTIVITY BETWEEN FIXED ROTATIONS AND A FLEXIBLE FALLOW SYSTEM USING MODELING AND HISTORICAL WEATHER DATA IN THE SEMI-ARID CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS, Juan Jose Miceli-Garcia

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IDENTIFICATION OF SOURCES OF RHIZOCTONIA ROOT ROT RESISTANCE IN COMMON BEAN AND MAPPING A NEW SOURCE OF BEAN RUST RESISTANCE FROM THE TERTIARY GENE POOL OF COMMON BEAN, Pamela A. Peña-Perdomo

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DETECTION OF SOYBEAN SEED PROTEIN QTLS USING SELECTIVE GENOTYPING, Piyaporn Phansak

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Delaying Bud Break in ‘Edelweiss’ Grapevines to Avoid Spring Frost Injury by NAA and Vegetable Oil Applications, Issam M. Qrunfleh

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Effect of Grazing System on Livestock Performance, Botanical Composition, and Standing Crop in the Nebraska Sandhills, Mitchell B. Stephenson

2009

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Demographics and Habitat Selection for the Western Meadowlark (Sturnella neglecta) in the Nebraska Sandhills, Matthew D. Giovanni

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An Integrated Crop- and Soil-Based Strategy for Variable-Rate Nitrogen Management in Corn, Darrin F. Roberts

2008

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Efficient Utilization of Water and Nitrogen Resources for Grain Sorghum under Rainfed Conditions, Akwasi A. Abunyewa

2007

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Multifunctional Rural Landscapes: Economic, Environmental, Policy, and Social Impacts of Land Use Changes in Nebraska, Twyla M. Hansen, Charles Francis, J. Dixon Esseks, and J. Allen Williams Jr.

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The Effect of Residue C:N Ratio on the Turnover of N and C in Various Soil Organic Matter Fractions, Ana B. Wingeyer

2004

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Atrazine Runoff in the Blue River Basin: Geomorphology, Rainfall, and Agronomic Practices, Kundan Dhakal

1997

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ASYMBIOTIC in vitro SEED GERMINATION, MICROPROPAGATION AND SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY OF SEVERAL TEMPERATE TERRESTRIAL ORCHIDS (ORCHIDACEAE), Erika Szendrák

1958

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THE EFFECT OF INBREEDING DIALLEL CROSSES OF INBRED LINES OF CORN SELECTED FOR HIGH AND LOW COMBINING ABILITY, Melvin Dale Rumbaugh

1938

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The Chemical Nature and Distribution of Black Pigment in Soil, William Sherman Gillam

1915

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Researches in the Genus Taraxacum, Paul B. Sears