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S. I. Rondon, Corp, M., Marshall, C., and Van Vleet, S. M., A pest and beneficial insect “train-the-trainer” short course program for the Pacific Northwest, 70th annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference. Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference, Portland, Oregon, pp. 55-56, 2011.
S. I. Rondon, Price, J. F., and Cantliffe, D. J., Integrating biological control of two-spotted spider mite into integrated pest management practices, 2005.
S. I. Rondon, Insects found in grass seed fields in eastern Oregon, 69th annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference. Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference, Portland, Oregon, pp. 79-80, 2010.
S. I. Rondon, Price, J. F., and Cantliffe, D. J., Commercial availability of predatory mites, University of Florida, Horticultural Sciences Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, HS244, 2004.
S. I. Rondon, Cantliffe, D. J., and Price, J. F., Anasa tristis (Heteroptera: Coreidae) development, survival, and egg distribution on Beit alpha cucumber and as prey for Coleomegilla maculata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) and Geocoris punctipes (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae), Florida Entomologist, vol. 86, pp. 488-490, 2003.
S. I. Rondon, Cantliffe, D. J., and Price, J. F., A sporadic pest in the greenhouse: the squash bug, University of Florida, Protected Agriculture Project, Horticultural Sciences Department, 2002.
S. I. Rondon, Biological Control in sweet potato in the Peruvian central valley, International Course of Integrated Pest Management. International Agricultural Center, Wageningen, The Netherlands, pp. 23-31, 1996.
S. I. Rondon, Murphy, A. F., Cating, R. A., and Hamm, P. B., Revisiting beet leafhopper damage in the Columbia Basin, Potato Progress, vol. XIV, 2014.
C. Roper, Simonich, S. L. Massey, and Tanguay, R. L., Development of a high-throughput in vivo screening platform for particulate matter exposures., Environ Pollut, vol. 235, pp. 993-1005, 2018.
C. Roper, Delgado, L. Santiago, Barrett, D., Simonich, S. L. Massey, and Tanguay, R. L., PM Filter Extraction Methods: Implications for Chemical and Toxicological Analyses., Environ Sci Technol, 2018.
T. R. Roper, Patten, K. D., DeMoranville, C. J., Davenport, J. R., Strik, B. C., and Poole, A. P., Fruiting of cranberry uprights reduces fruiting the following year, HortScience, vol. 28, p. 228, 1993.
C. Roques, Selker, J., Le Borgne, T., Méheust, Y., Najm, M. Abou, Rochefort, W., Davy, P., and Bour, O., The Use of Shear-Thinning Fluids as “Smart” Tracers to Infer Fracture Network Properties, in AGU Fall Meeting 2015, 2015.
F. Rosa, Moridi, M., Osorio, J. S., Lohakare, J., Filley, S., Belveal, J. L., Bruton, J. J., Trevisi, E., Estill, C. T., and Bionaz, M., 0725 Effect of 2,4-thiazolidinedione treatment in the inflammatory response to induced subclinical mastitis in dairy goats receiving adequate vitamin supplementation, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 94, no. suppl_5, pp. 347 - 348, 2016.
F. Rosa, Osorio, J. S., Trevisi, E., Yanqui-Rivera, F., Estill, C. T., and Bionaz, M., 2,4-Thiazolidinedione Treatment Improves the Innate Immune Response in Dairy Goats with Induced Subclinical Mastitis., PPAR Res, vol. 2017, p. 7097450, 2017.
F. Rosa, Osorio, J. S., Lohakare, J., Moridi, M., Ferrari, A., Trevisi, E., and Bionaz, M., 0870 Percentages of milk fat, lactose, and protein are affected by diurnal variations in dairy goats, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 94, no. suppl_5, pp. 418 - 418, 2016.
F. Rosa, Osorio, J. S., Trevisi, E., Yanqui-Rivera, F., Estill, C. T., and Bionaz, M., 2,4-Thiazolidinedione Treatment Improves the Innate Immune Response in Dairy Goats with Induced Subclinical Mastitis, PPAR Research, vol. 2017378, no. 7, pp. 1 - 22, 2017.
F. Rosa, Busato, S., Avaroma, C., Linville, K., Trevisi, E., Bionaz, M., and Osorio, J. S., 314 Physiological adaptations in the gastrointestinal tract detected by a fecal RNA method and blood inflammatory biomarkers in neonatal dairy calves undergoing a mild diarrhea, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 95, no. suppl_2, pp. 153 - 153, 2017.
J. A. Rose and Eddleman, L. E., 1987 Progress Report - Research in Rangeland Management: Western Juniper, Ponderosa Pine and Grass, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1987.
J. A. Rose, EOARC, Annual Report: Changes in an Ungrazed Wyoming Big Sagebrush Plant Community Over Three Years of Different Rainfall, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1995.
J. A. Rose, Field Day Report. Special Report #935. Management of Great Basin Rangelands: Range 14 - Vegetation Change, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1994.
J. A. Rose, Ganskopp, D. C., and Angell, R. F., EOARC Annual Report, Special Report 923: Wolf Plants: How Finicky are Cattle About old Growth in Standing Forage?, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993.
J. A. Rose and Eddleman, L. E., Ponderosa pine and understory growth following western juniper removal, Northwest Science, vol. 68, 1994.
C. E. Roselli and Stormshak, F., Prenatal programming of sexual partner preference: the ram model., J Neuroendocrinol, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 359-64, 2009.
C. E. Roselli, Stormshak, F., Stellflug, J. N., and Resko, J. A., Relationship of serum testosterone concentrations to mate preferences in rams., Biol Reprod, vol. 67, no. 1, pp. 263-8, 2002.
C. E. Roselli, Resko, J. A., and Stormshak, F., Expression of steroid hormone receptors in the fetal sheep brain during the critical period for sexual differentiation, Brain Research, vol. 1110, no. 1, pp. 76 - 80, 2006.

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