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P. S. Doescher, Miller, R. F., Purrington, T., and Rose, J. A., EOARC Annual Report, Special Report 923: Wyoming Big Sagebrush: Coping with Drought, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993.
P. S. Doescher, Range Field Day Report: Livestock and Forest Renewal: Research in Rangeland Management: Prescription Grazing to Increase Tree Growth, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993.
P. S. Doescher, Goodwin, J., Eddleman, L. E., Miller, R. F., Jaindl, R., and Nasri, M., PERSISTENCE OF IDAHO FESCUE ON DEGRADED JUNIPER/SAGEBRUSH/STEPPE IN CENTRAL OREGON, History, Ecology, and Management, p. 50, 1999.
P. S. Doescher, Haferkamp, M. Roy, Miller, R. F., and Svejcar, T., 1983 Progress Report -- Research in Rangeland Management: Growth and Water Relations of Three Bog Sagebrush Species, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1983.
P. S. Doescher, Svejcar, T., and Jaindl, R., Gas Exchange of Idaho Fescue in Response to Defoliation and Grazing History, Journal of Range Management, vol. 50, no. 3, p. 285, 1997.
P. S. Doescher, Reynolds, M., and Svejcar, T., Seed Development of Perennial Pepperweed Plants Growing in Flood Meadows, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 2006.
P. S. Doescher, Range Field Day Report: Livestock and Forest Renewal: Research in Rangeland Management: Prescription Grazing to Increase Tree Growth, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993.
P. S. Doescher, Reynolds, M., and Svejcar, T., Seed Development of Perennial Pepperweed Plants Growing in Flood Meadows, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 2006.
P. S. Doescher, Miller, R. F., and Winward, A. H., Soil Chemical Patterns under Eastern Oregon Plant Communities Dominated by Big Sagebrush, Soil Science Society of America Journal, vol. 48, no. 3, p. 659, 1984.
P. S. Doescher, Miller, R. F., ,, and Winward, A. H., Identification of the Artemisia tridentata ssp. wyomingensis/Festuca idahoensis habitat type in eastern Oregon, Northwest Science, vol. 60, 1986.
R. Dohrmann, üping, K. B., Kleber, M., Ufer, K., and Jahn, R., Variation of preferred orientation in oriented clay mounts as a result of sample preparation and composition, Clays and Clay Minerals, vol. 57, no. 6, pp. 686 - 694, 2009.
M. Domeier, Domeier, M., Nasby-Lucas, N., and Palacios, D. M., Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the White SharkThe Northeastern Pacific White Shark Shared Offshore Foraging Area (SOFA). CRC Press, 2012, pp. 147 - 158.
C. E. Donald, Scott, R. P., Blaustein, K. L., Halbleib, M. L., Sarr, M., Jepson, P. C., and Anderson, K. A., Silicone wristbands detect individuals' pesticide exposures in West Africa, R. Soc. open sci, vol. 3, 2016.
K. K. Donegan, Seidler, R. J., Watrud, L. S., Govere, E., Hornsby, M., Porteous, L. A., and McKane, R., Soil and litter organisms and processes in Pacific Northwest forests at two elevations and under different management practices, Proceedings of the 9th North American Forest Soils Conference. Tahoe City, CA, 1998.
K. Donegan, Palm, C., Fieland, V., and Seidler, R. J., Changes in levels of soil microorganisms from decomposing transgenic plants, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Soil Ecology Society. East Lansing, Michigan, 1993.
K. K. Donegan, Seidler, R. J., Fieland, V. J., Schaller, D. L., Palm, C. J., Ganio, L. M., Cardwell, D. M., and Steinberger, Y., Decomposition of Genetically Engineered Tobacco Under Field Conditions: Persistence of the Proteinase Inhibitor I Product and Effects on Soil Microbial Respiration and Protozoa, Nematode and Microarthropod Populations, The Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 34, no. 3, p. 767, 1997.
K. Donegan and Lighthart, B., Effects of several stress factors on the susceptibility of the predatory insect, Chrysoperla carnea (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae), to the fungal pathogen Beauveria bassiana, Journal of Invertebrate Pathology , vol. 54, pp. 78-84, 1988.
K. K. Donegan, Fieland, V. J., Schaller, D. L., Ganio, L. M., Palm, C. J., Steinberger, Y., and Seidler, R., Decomposition of genetically engineered tobacco under field conditions: Persistence of the proteinase inhibitor I product and effects on soil organisms, Proceedings of the Biotechnology Risk Assessment Symposium. Pensacola, FL, 1995.
K. Donegan, Fieland, V., Fowles, N., Ganio, L., and Seidler, R., Physical and chemical methods to control bacteria released at field sites and the effects on indigenous bacteria and fungi, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Seattle, WA, 1991.
K. Donegan, Fieland, V., Fowles, N., Ganio, L., and Seidler, R., Efficacy of burning, tillage, and biocides in controlling bacteria released at field sites and effects on indigenous bacteria and fungi., Appl Environ Microbiol, vol. 58, no. 4, pp. 1207-14, 1992.
K. K. Donegan, Watrud, L. S., Maggard, S., Shiroyama, T., Porteous, L. A., and Seidler, R. J., Potential effects of elevated CO2 and O3 on soil microbiota in ponderosa pine mesocosms, Proceedings of the 85th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of American. Snowbird, UT, 2000.
K. Donegan, Palm, C., Fieland, V., and Seidler, R. J., Quantitative and qualitative effects of decomposing transgenic plants on soil microorganisms, Proceedings of the 93rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology. Atlanta, Georgia, 1993.
K. K. Donegan and Seidler, R. J., Effects of transgenic plants on soil and plant microorganisms, in Recent Research Developments in Microbiology (Ed. S.G. Pandalai), vol. 3, Trivandrum, India: Research Signpost, 1999, pp. 415-424.
K. K. Donegan, A field study with genetically engineered alfalfa inoculated with recombinant Sinorhizobium meliloti: effects on the soil ecosystem, Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 36, no. 6, p. 920, 1999.
K. Donegan, Seidler, R. J., and Matyac, C., Physical and chemical control of released microorganisms at field sites, Canadian Journal of Microbiology , vol. 37, pp. 708-712, 1991.

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