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Prof. Mariam B. Sticklen, PhD.






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Contact Information

(517)-255-0271 ext.1177 (Office).

(517)-230-2929 (Cell).

ext. 1104 (Secretary).

(517)-353-5174 (Fax).


Editorial & Advisory Board Membership of Refereed Journals

Editorial Board Member International Agronomy Journal

Advisory Board Member. The Society of Chemical Industry (SCI)'s Sustainable Fuels, Chemicals and Energy. Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining (Biofpr)

Editorial Board member, International Journal of Agronomy: of Plant Genetics & Transgenics (PGT) and/or AgroCrops Sciences (ACS). Also,

New Editorial Board member, J. Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology. OMICS Publishing Group

Present Council & Liaison Roles at Michigan State University

Faculty Council

Athletic Council

Executive Committee for Academic Council

Faculty Liaison to the Board of Trustees


Miscellaneous Articles:


  1. Biofuel production from genetically engineered corn stocks (Dec. 2, 2003). By Allison Lucy. The MSU State News. Front page and Page 2A.
  2. Biofuel from corn stocks (Dec. 3, 2003). Miami Herald Newspaper. Search for cheaper ethanol (Dec. 3, 2003). Associated Press Release.General News and Business Report.
  3. Maqbool, S. B. Ahmad, A. and Sticklen, M. B. DNA microarrays: discovery of functionally important genes in turfgrass. MTF News Notes, Jan 2002.A value-added niche: herbicide resistant bentgrass on the horizon. By Natalie S. Knudson. Seeds and Crops. The Business Digest for Agriculture. Nov. 1996. pp.17- 19.
  4. Ebora R. and Sticklen M. B. (1995). Transgenic insect resistant plants: The modern biocontrol and an integral part of pest management. Biocontrol 1: 45-50.
  5. Good news for American elms (1993). by Dan Hager. Michigan Out-of-Doors Magazine. 47: 46-48.
  6. ABC/US-AID Joint International Project (1992). Details: News of Interest to Members of the Association of the Biotechnology Companies. 9: 9-11.
  7. A new single gene outside of crop species and transfer of single genes into crop species for insect resistance. (1992). Annual Plant Resistance Newsletter, Frank Davis (ed.). 18: 11-12.
  8. Global partnership promotes sustainable agriculture (1992). Diversity 8: 10-11.
  9. Genetic engineering of potato for insect resistance (1992). Michigan Potato Industry Commission Reports.
  10. M. B. Sticklen. (1992). The ABSP project research approach. (1992). BioLink 1: 4-5.
  11. A diagnostic kit for Dutch elm disease (1991). Reminder and Hassing. Sept 17 and 18 issues.
  12. M. B. Sticklen, R. E. Rumpho, and R. A. Kennedy (1989). Conversion of nonembryogenic to embryogenic calli in rice. Int. Rice Res. News 14: 8-10
  13. M. B. Sticklen (1989). Somatic hybridization: Dutch elm disease. The Voice of Michigan Association of Nurserymen (M.A.N.) 32: 50-51
  14. M. B. Sticklen (1989). Hope for developing trees resistant to Dutch elm disease. Genetic Technology 9: 5.