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Editorial & Advisory Board Membership of Refereed Journals

Editorial Board Member International Agronomy Journal http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ija/

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: http://www.hindawi.com/journals/jbb/editors.html of Plant Genetics & Transgenics (PGT) and/or AgroCrops Sciences (ACS). Also, http://www.academyjournals.net/

New Editorial Board member, J. Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology. OMICS Publishing Group http://www.omicsonline.org/AboutJPEB.php

Present Council & Liaison Roles at Michigan State University

Faculty Council

Athletic Council

Executive Committee for Academic Council

Faculty Liaison to the Board of Trustees

Refereed Research

Articles:

 

  1. Mariam Sticklen (2014). Crop Genome Editing: Advancing Crops via Editing of Their Genetic Make-Ups. Advances in Crop Sci. & Technol. In press.
  2. Mariam Sticklen (2014). Crop Synthetic Biology. Advances in Crop Sci. & Technol. In press.
  3. Mariam Sticklen (2013). Inaugural Editorial: Co-Production of High-Value Recombinant Biobased Matter in Bioenergy Crops for Expediting the Cellulosic Biofuels Agenda. Advances in Crop Sci. and Technol. 1(1): 1-2.
  4. Mariam Sticklen (2013). Editorial: An Advance in Crop Science and Technology: Potentials for Producing the High-Value High-Calorie Triacyglycerols Commodity in Crop Vegetative Wastes. Advances in Crop Sci. and Technol. OMICS Group Open Aceess Journal.http://www.esciencecentral.org/journals/ACST/ACST-1-e104.php?aid=14470
  5. Thang Nguyen, Hussien Alameldin, Wayne Loescher and Mariam Sticklen (2013). Transgene Pyramiding of the HVA1 and mtlD in T3 Maize (Zea mays L.) Plants Confers Drought and/or Salt Tolerance, along with an Increase in Crop Biomass. International Journal of Agron. Article ID 598163, 10 pages.
  6. Park, S, C. Ransom1, C. Mei, R. Sabzikar, C. Qi, S. Chundawat, B. Dale and M. Sticklen (2011). In the quest for alternatives to microbial mix production: Cor stover-produced heterologous multi-celulases redily deconstruct lignocellulosic biomass into fermentable sugars. JCTB. In press.http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/598163
  7. Thang Nguyen and Mariam Sticklen (2013). Barley HVA1 Gene Confers Drought and Salt Tolerance in Transgenic Maize (Zea Mays L.). Advances in Crop Sci. & Technology. Nguyen TX, Sticklen M (2013) Barley HVA1 Gene Confers Drought and Salt Tolerance in Transgenic Maize (Zea Mays L.). Adv Crop Sci Technology. 105. doi:10.4172/acst.1000105http://www.esciencecentral.org/journals/barley-hva1-gene-confers-drought-and-salttolerance-in-transgenic-maize-zea-mays-l-acst.1000105.pdf
  8. Thang Nguyen, Hussien Alameldin, Benjamin Goheen and Mariam Sticklen (2013). Bacterial Mannitol-1-Phophate Dehydrogenase (mtlD) Transgene Confers Salt Tolerance in the Fourth Generation Transgenic Maize (Zea Mays. L) Plants. Advances in Crop Sci. & Technol. Published online.http://www.esciencecentral.org/journals/bacterial-mannitolphophate-dehydrogenase-mtldtransgene-confers-salt-tolerance-in-the-fourth-generation-transgenic-maize-zea-mays-lplants-1000112.php?aid=18028
  9. Jason D Matakas, Venkatesh Balan, William F Carson IV, Dahai Gao, Federica Brandizzi, Steven Kunkel and Mariam SticklenSticklen (2013). Plant-produced recombinant human interleukin-2 and its activity against splenic CD4+T-cells. Intl. J. Life Sci. Biotechnol. & Pharma Res. 2(2): 193-203 http://www.ijlbpr.com/jlbpradmin/upload/ijlbpr_518365103de86.pdf
  10. Kingdom Kwapata, Thang Nguyen and Mariam Sticklen. (2012). Genetic Transformation of Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) with the Gus Color Marker, the Bar Herbicide Resistance, and the Barley (Hordeum vulgare) HVA1 Drought Tolerance Genes. Inlt J. Agronomy. Online: Article ID 198960, 8 pages. doi:10.1155/2012/198960 http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ija/2012/198960/
  11. Park S-H, C. Mei, M. Pauly, R. Garlock, BE. Dale, R. Sabzikar, H. Fotoh , T. Nguyen and M. Sticklen (2012). Down-regulation of Maize Cinnamoyl-CoA Reductase via RNAi Technology Causes Brown Midrib and Improves AFEXTM-Pretreated Conversion into Fermentable Sugars for Biofuels. Crop Sci. 52(6):2687-2701. https://www.crops.org/publications/cs/pdfs/52/6/2687
  12. Park S-H., C. Ransom., C. Mei, R. Sabzikar , C. Qi, S. Chundawat , B. Dale and M. Sticklen (2011). In the quest of alternatives to microbial cellulase mix production: Corn stover-produced heterologous multi-cellulases readily deconstruct lignocellulosic biomass to fermentable sugars. J Chem Technol Biotechnol. On line.https:// www.msu.edu/~stickle1/Park%20et%20al.%20In%20press%20in%20JCTB.pdf
  13. Mei, C, Park, C-H, Sabzikar, R, Qi, C, Ransom, C, Sticklen, Masomeh B.(2010). Green Tissue-Specific Production of a Microbial Endo-Cellulase in Maize (Zea mays L.) Endoplasmic-Reticulum and Mitochondria Converts Cellulose into Fermentable Sugars. Jornal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology.
  14. H. Oraby,  B. Venkatesh, B. Dale, R. Ahmad, C. Ransom, J. Oehmke and M. Sticklen (2007). Enhanced conversion of plant biomass into glucose using transgenic rice-produced endoglucanase for cellulosic ethanol. Transgenic Res. 16(6): 739-749.
  15. C. Ransom, Venkatesh B., Dale B., Biswas G. and Mariam Sticklen (2007). Heterologous Acidothermus cellulolyticus 1,4-β-endoglucanase E1 Produced within the Corn Biomass Converts Corn Stover into Glucose Applied Biochem. Biotech.   140: 137-219.
  16. G. Biswas, Ransom C., and Mariam Sticklen (2006). Expression of biologically active Acidothermus cellulolyticus endoglucanase in transgenic maize. Plant Sci. 171: 617-623.
  17. Najafi F., Rastgar F., Khavari-Nejad, R. A., and M. B. Sticklen (2005). Salt tolerance in transgenic pea (Pisum sativum L.) plants by P5CS gene transfer. J. Plant Biotechnology. 7(4): 1-8.
  18. Hesham F. Oraby, Callista B. Ransom, Alexandra N. Kravchenko and Mariam B. Sticklen (2005). Barley HVA1 Gene Confers Salt Tolerance in R3 Transgenic Oat. Crop Science. 45(6): 2 2218-2227.
  19. Salehi, H., Z. Seddighi, A.N. Kravchenko and M.B. Sticklen (2005). Expression of the cry1Ac in common bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon [L.] Pers. 'Arizona Common') via Agrobacterium-mediated transformation and control of black cutworm (Agrostis ipsilon Hufnagel). J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 130:619-623.
  20. Salehi H., Ransom C., Oraby H., and Sticklen M. (2005). Delay in flowering and increase in biomass of plants expressing the Arabidopsis floral repressor gene FLC (FLOWERING LOCUS C). J. Plant Physiology. 162: 711-717.
  21. Ahmad, A., Maqbool, S.B., Hashsham, S.A., Sticklen, M.B. (2005). Determination of cryIAb and cryIAc copy number in transgenic Basmati 370 Rice (Oryza sativa L.) plants using Real-time PCR and its comparison with Southern Blot. Journal of Biological Sciences 5:283-288.
  22. Teymouri F., Alizadeh H., Laureano-Preze L., Dale B., and Sticklen M. (2004). Effects of Ammonia fiber explosion (AFEX) on the activity of heterologous cellulase enzyme of transgenic plants. Applied Biochemistry & Biotechnology. 16: 1183-1191
  23. Maqbool S. and M. B. Sticklen (2004). Genetically engineered turfgrasses for pest resistance. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research. 2(2): 1-13. 2004.
  24. Ahmad A., S. Maqbool, S. Hashshsham, and M. B. Sticklen (2005). Determining of cry1Ac copy number in transgenic Basmati 370 rice (Oryza sativa L.) plants and its comparison with Southern blot. J. Biological Sciences. 5: 283-288.
  25. Salehi H., Ransom C., Oraby H., and Sticklen M. (2005). Delay in flowering and increase in biomass of plants expressing the Arabidopsis floral repressor gene FLC (FLOWERING LOCUS C). J. Plant Physiology. In press.
  26. H. Zhong, F. Teymouri, B. Chapman, S. Maqbool, R. Sabzikar, Y. El-Maghraby, B. Dale, and M. B. Sticklen. (2003). the dicot pea (Pisum sativum L.) rbcS transit peptide directs the Alcaligenes eutrophus polyhydroxybutyrate enzymes into the monocot maize (Zea mays L.) chloroplasts. Plant Sci. 165: 455-462.
  27. Prathibha Devi and Mariam Sticklen (2003). In vitro culture and genetic transformation of sorghum by microprojectile bombardment. Plant Biosystems (Italy) 137: (3) 249-254.
  28. A. Ahmad, H. Zhong, W. Wang and M. B. Sticklen. (2002). Shoot apical meristem: In vitro regeneration and morphogenesis in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). In-Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology (IVCDB)-PLANT. 38: 163-167.
  29. P. Devi and M. B. Sticklen (2002). Genetic engineering of pearl millet though meristem primordia system. Euphytica. 125: 145-150
  30. P. Devi & M. B. Sticklen (2001) Culturing shoot-tip clumps of pearl millet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.] and optimal microprojectile bombardment parameters for transient expression. Euphytica 125: 45-50.
  31. P. Devi & M. B. Sticklen (2001) Culturing shoot-tip clumps of Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench and optimal microprojectile bombardment parameters for transient expression. J. Cytol. Genet. 2 (NS): 89-96.
  32. 34. S. Maqbool, P. Devi and Mariam Sticklen. (2001). Biotechnology: Advances for the Genetic improvement of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench). Special Issue, In vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. Plant. 37: 5.
  33. P. Devi, H. Zhong, M.B. Sticklen. (2000). In vitro morphogenesis of pearl millet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.]: Efficient production of multiple shoots and inflorescences from shoot apices. Plant Cell Rep. 19 (6): 546-550.
  34. S. Maqbool, H. Zhong, Y. El-Maghraby, W. Wang, A. Ahmad, B. Chai and M. B. Sticklen (2002). Competence of oat (Avena sativa L.) shoot apical meristems for integrative transformation, inherited expression and osmatic tolerance of hva1 transgene. Theor. Appli. Genet. 105:201-208.
  35. C.-A. Liu, H. Zhong, J. Vargas, D. Penner, and M. B. Sticklen (1998). Prevention of fungal diseases in transgenic bialaphos and glufosinate-resistant creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris). Weed Science 46: 139-146.
  36. H. Zhong, W. Wang and M. B. Sticklen (1998). In vitro morphogenesis of Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench: Efficient plant regeneration from shoot apices. J. Plant Physiol. 153: 719-726.
  37. M. B. Sticklen and M. G. Bolyard (1993). Cerato-ulmin: a hydrophobic fungal toxin associated with Dutch elm disease. Trends in Microbiology. 2: 213-217.
  38. B. Chai and M. B. Sticklen (1998). Application of biotechnology in turfgrass improvement. A review paper in Crop Sci.38: 1320-1338.
  39. H. Zhong, S. Zhang, B. Sun, D. Warkentin, and M. B. Sticklen (1996). The competence of maize shoots meristems for integrative transformation and inherited expression of transgenes. Plant Physiology 110: 1097-1107.
  40. S. Zhang, H. Zhong, and M. B. Sticklen (1996). Production of multiple shoots from shoot apical meristems of oat (Avena sativa L.). J. Plant Physiol. 148: 667-671.
  41. H. Zhong, D. Warkentin, B. Sun, S. Zhang, Wu T., Wu R., and M. B. Sticklen (1996). Analysis of the functional activity of the 1.4 kb 5'-region of the rice actin 1 gene in stable transgenic plants of maize (Zea mays L.). Plant Science 116: 73-84.
  42. S. Zhang, D. Warkentin, B. Sun, H. Zhong, and M. B. Sticklen (1996). Variation in the inheritance of expression among subclones for unselected (uidA) and selected (bar) transgenes in maize (Zea mays L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 92: 752-761.
  43. N. Yadav and M. B. Sticklen (1995). Direct and efficient regeneration of Solanum tuberosum cv. Bintje. Plant Cell Rep. 14: 645-647.
  44. L. Duchesne, R. Jeng, M. Hubbes, and M. B. Sticklen (1994). The accumulation of mansonones E and F in callus cultures of elms in response to inoculation with Ophiostoma ulmi. Can. J. Plant Pathol. 16: 118-121.
  45. J. L. Sherald, R. K. Hajela, and M. B. Sticklen (1994). A Dutch elm disease resistant triploid American elm. Can. J. For. Sci. 24: 647-653.
  46. M. Sticklen and M. Bolyard (1994). Refinement of physiological roles for cerato-ulmin by analogy with other hydrophobins. Trends in Microbiology. 2 (6): 213-215.
  47. R. Ebora and M. B. Sticklen (1994). Resistance of several species of lepidopteran insects to transgenic potato plants. J. Econ. Entomol. 77: 1114-1122.
  48. L. S. Graham and M. B. Sticklen (1994). Plant chitinases. Can. J. Bot. 72:1057-1083.
  49. Zhong, M. G. Bolyard, C. Srinivasan, and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Transgenic plants of creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris Huds.) obtained by microprojectile bombardment of embryogenic callus. Plant Cell Rep. 13: 1-6.
  50. R. Hajela, M. G. Bolyard, N. Hajela, F. Santamour, and M. B. Sticklen (1992). A simple transformation system using adventitious shoot multiplication of Amelanchier laevis. HortSci. 28: 330-332.
  51. R. K. Hajela, L. Graham and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Nucleotide sequences of a cDNA encoding a chitinase like polypeptide from American elm (Ulmusamericana). Announcement Section Plant Mol. Biol. 23: 915.
  52. M. G. Bolyard and M. B. Sticklen (1992). Expression of a recombinant Dutch elm disease toxin in Escherichia coli. Mol. Plant-Microbe Interactions (MPMI). 5: 478-482.
  53. H. Zhong, C. Srinivasan, and M. B. Sticklen (1992). Morphogenesis of corn (Zea mays L.) in vitro II. Transdifferentiation of shoots, tassels, and ear primordial from corn shoot tips. Planta 187: 483-489.
  54. J. Cheng, M. Bolyard, R. Saxena, and M. B. Sticklen (1992). Production of insect resistant potato by genetic transformation with a ∂-endotoxin gene from Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki. Plant Science 81: 83-91.
  55. H. Zhong, C. Srinivasan, and M. B. Sticklen (1992). Morphogenesis of corn (Zea mays L.) in vitro I. Formation of multiple shoot clumps and somatic embryos from shoot tips. Planta 187: 490-497.
  56. H. Zhong, C. Srinivasan, and M. B. Sticklen (1991). Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis in bentgrass (Agrostis palustris Huds). Plant Cell Rep. 10: 453-456.
  57. M. B. Sticklen (1991). Direct somatic embryogenesis from rice mature root. J. Plant Physiol. 138: 577-580.
  58. M. G. Bolyard, C. Srinivasan, J. Cheng, and M. B. Sticklen (1991). Shoot regeneration from leaf explants of American and Chinese elm. HortSci. 26: 1554-1557.
  59. M. B. Sticklen, M. G. Bolyard, R. K. Hajela, and L. Duchesne (1990). Molecular and cellular aspects of Dutch elm disease. Phytoprotection 72: 1-13.
  60. M. G. Bolyard, R. K. Hajela, and M. B. Sticklen (1990). Microprojectile and Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Pioneer elm. J. Arboriculture 17: 34-37.
  61. L. C. Duchesne, R. S. Jeng. M. Hubbes, and M. B. Sticklen (1990). Accumulation of mansonones E and F in seedlings of Ulmusamericana in response to inoculation with Ophiostoma ulmi. Trees: Structure and Function 4: 187-190.
  62. R. D. Lineberger, M. B. Sticklen, P. M. Pijut, M. A. Kroggell, C. V. M. Fink, and S. C. Domir (1990). Use of protoplast, cell and shoot tip culture in an elm germplasm improvement program. Acta Hort. 280: 247-253.
  63. M. B. Sticklen, S.C. Domir, and R. D. Lineberger. (1986). Shoot regeneration from protoplasts of Ulmus x Pioneer. Plant Science 47: 29-34.
  64. V. M. Fink, M. B. Sticklen, and R. D. Lineberger. (1986). In vitro organogenesis from shoot tip, internode, and leaf explants of Ulmus x Pioneer. Plant Cell, Tissue, and Organ Culture 7: 237-245.
  65. M. B. Sticklen, R. D. Lineberger and S. C. Domir. (1985). Isolation and culture of Ulmus x Homestead protoplasts. Plant Science 41: 117-120.
  66. Jowkar, M M., Sticklen, Masomeh B. 2008. Biotechnological applications of Narcissus. In Floriculture, Ornamental and Plant Biotechnology (FOPB), ed. Jamie A. Teixeira da Silva. (ed). Global Science Books Bubl.  
  67. C-H P., Ransom, C, Sabzikar, R, Sticklen, Masomeh B. 2008. Modifying of the corn genome for cellulosic ethanol. In Proceedings of Corn Utilization and Technology Conference. In press.
  68. Salehi, Hassan, Sticklen, Masomeh B. 2008. Tissue culture and genetic transformation studies in some turfgrass genera. In FOB, ed. Jamie A. Teixeira da Silva(ed). Global Science Books Bubl. In press  
  69. Maqbool, Shahina, Zhong, Heng, Oraby, Hesham, Sticklen, Masomeh B. 2008. Transformation of oats and its appliocation to improve osmatic tollerance. In Methods in molecular biology. Transgenic wheat, barley and oats, eds. Hu D. Jones & Peter R. Shewry, 149-168. Harpenden, Humana Press: John M. Walker. In press
  70. S. Maqbool, H. Zhong and M. B. Sticklen (2007). Genetic engineering of oat (Avena sativa L.) via the Biolistic bombardment of shoot apical meristems. Chapter 5. In K. Wang and B. Frame. Transgenic Crops. Ed. P. 63-77.
  71. Salehi, H., M.L. Chai and M.B. Sticklen. Genetic Transformation of Turfgrass for Insect Resistance. Global Sci. Books Ltd. London, U.K. In press.
  72. M. Sticklen (2004). Chloroplast transgenesis. In: Bioconfinement of genetically engineered organisms. The U.S. National Academy of Sciences NRC Report. Natl. Acad. Sci. Press. Pages 79-81.
  73.  M. Sticklen (2004). Bioconfinement of genetically engineered turfgrasses. The U.S. National Academy of Sciences NRC Report. Natl. Acad. Sci. Press. Pages 115-121.
  74. M. Sticklen (2004). Tissue and organ-specific gene expression for bioconfinement. The U.S. National Academy of Sciences NRC Report. Natl. Acad. Sci. Press. Pages 93-96.
  75. S. Maqbool., Zhong, H. and Sticklen, M.B. (2004). Genetic Engineering of Oat (Avena sativa L.): Shoot apical meristems for integrative transformation and sustainable expression. (2004). In: Ian Curtis (Ed.). TCOTW. Kluwer Press. In press.
  76. S. Maqbool and M. B. Sticklen (2004). Genetically engineered turfgrasses for pest resistance. USGA Turfgrass Research and Environmental On Line. In press.
  77. P. Devi, Heng Zhong and Mariam Sticklen (2003) Production of transgenic sorghum plants with the barley dehydrative stress-related HVA1 gene. In: N. Seetharama and Ian Godwin , eds. Sorghum Tissue Culture and Transformation. Science Publishers Inc., New Hampshire, USA.
  78. S. Maqbool, Zhong, H. and   Stickelen, M.B. (2004). Genetic Engineering of Oat (Avena sativa L.): Shoot apical meristems for integrative transformation and sustainable expression. (2004). In: Ian Curis (Ed.). TCOTW. Kluwer Press.. In Press.
  79. D. E. Green, Vargas J. M., Chai B., Dykema N., and Sticklen M. B. (1999). The use of transgenic plants to confer resistance to brown patch caused by Rhizoctonia solani in Agrostis palustris. In: John Clark (ed.). Fate of turfgrass chemicals and pest management approaches. Am. Chem. Soc. Press. USA.
  80. R. Ebora and M. B. Sticklen (1999). Insect control via genetic engineering of plants with Bt genes. Proc. Intl. Workshop on Bacillus thuringiensis. Sergio Orduz-Peralta (ed.), Aug. 1996, Bogota, Columbia.
  81. M. Sticklen and H. Zhong (1999). Maize Meristem: A sustainable explant for transformation of maize. In: Y. P. S. Bajaj (ed.). Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry. Springer Verlag, Publs. Berlin, Germany.
  82. D. Warkentin, B. Chai, C.-A. Liu, R. K. Hajela, H. Zhong, and M. B. Sticklen (1998). Development of transgenic creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris Huds.) for fungal disease resistance. In: M. B. Sticklen and M. Kenna (eds). Turfgrass Biotechnology: Cellular and Molecular Genetic Approaches to Turfgrass Improvement. Ann Arbor Press. pp. 153-161.
  83. H. Zhong, C.-A. Liu, J. Vargas, D. Penner, and M. B. Sticklen (1998). Simultaneous control of weeds, dollar spot, and brown patch diseases in transgenic creeping bentgrass. In: M. B. Sticklen and M. Kenna (eds). Turfgrass Biotechnology: Cellular and Molecular Genetic Approaches to Turfgrass Improvement. Ann Arbor Press. pp. 203-210.
  84. M. B. Sticklen, D. Warkentin, C.-A. Liu, R. K. Hajela, L. Graham, H. Zhong, B. Peterson, J. Vargas, and B. Branham (1996). Genetic transformation in Agrostis palustris Huds. (creeping bentgrass). In: Y. P. S. Bajaj (ed.). Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry. Plant Protoplasts and Genetic Engineering of Plants. Springer Verlag, Publs. Berlin, Germany. Vol. 38. pp. 152-163.
  85. M. B. Sticklen, R. K. Hajela, M. G. Bolyard, J. L. Sherald, and L. S. Graham (1994). Advances in gene cloning and genetic engineering of elms. In: Y. P. S. Bajaj (ed.). Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry. Plant Protoplasts and Genetic Engineering of Plants. Vol. V. Springer Verlag, Publs. Berlin, Germany. pp. 397-406.
  86. R. V. Ebora and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Genetic transformation of potato for insect resistance. In: G. Zehnder, M. L. Powelson, R. K. Jansson, and R. V. Raman (eds.). Advances in Potato Pest Biology and Management. APS Publ., St. Paul, Minn. pp. 509-522.
  87. J. Cohen, J. Dodds, J. Chambers, M. Sticklen, M. Wilson, M. Sondhl, and B. Bedford (1993). Agricultural Biotechnology for Sustainable Productivity: A U.S. Agency for International Development initiative. Biotechnology R & D Trends. New York Acad Sci. 700: 102-11
  88. R. K. Hajela and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Adaptation of plants to stressful environments while preserving productivity. In: Davenport T. and Harrington H. M. (eds.). Symposium on Plant Stress in Tropical Environment. Kona-Kailua, Univ. of Hawaii Press, Sept. 20-25, 1992.
  89. S. C. Domir, M. B. Sticklen, M. G. Bolyard, and L. D. Lineberger (1993). Micropropagation of DED-resistant elms using protoplast and tissue culture techniques. In: Sticklen M. B. and Sherald J. L. (eds.). Dutch Elm Disease Research: Cellular and Molecular Approaches. New York: Springer-Verlag. pp. 81-88.
  90. R. Hajela and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Cloning of pathogenesis-related genes from Ulmusamericana. In: Sticklen M. B. and Sherald J. L. (eds.) Dutch Elm Disease Research: Cellular and Molecular Approaches. New York: Springer-Verlag. pp. 193-207.
  91. M. G. Bolyard and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Strategies for the production of disease-resistant elms. In: Sticklen M. B. and Sherald J. L. (eds.) Dutch Elm Disease Research: Cellular and Molecular Approaches. New York: Springer-Verlag. pp. 171-180.
  92. M. B. Sticklen, R. K. Hajela, N. Hajela, D. McElroy, J. Cao, and R. Wu (1991). Polygenic transformation of rice using a microprojectile delivery of DNA. In: G. Khush (ed.). Rice Genetics II. IRRI Publ. Manila, Philippines. pp. 625-635.
  93. M. B. Sticklen (1991). Genetic engineering of plants: An alternative to pesticides and a new component of integrated pest management. In: D. L. Weigmann (ed.). Pesticides for the Next Decades: The Challenges Ahead. VPI Publ. Blacksburg, VA. pp. 522-566.
  94. M. B. Sticklen (1990). Stable transformation of rice and regeneration of fertile plants. In: D. Schumacher (ed.). MidWest Plant Biotechnology Research. Purdue Univ. Publ. West Lafayette, IN. pp. 191-198.
  95. M. B. Sticklen, M. G. Bolyard, and J. Cheng (1990). Methods for in vitro selection of Dutch elm disease resistant American elms and expression of synthetic DNA encoding a Dutch elm disease toxin in E. coli. In: V. Steenackers and P. Smets (eds.). pp. 44-56.
  96. H. Zhong, M. Bolyard, C. Srinivasan, and M. B. Sticklen (1992). Analysis of activity of rice actin 1 5' sequences in greenhouse grown transgenic creeping bentgrass. In: C. You and Z. Chen (eds.). Asia-Pacific Conference on Agricultural Biotechnology (APAB). Aug. 20-24, 1992. Beijing, China.
  97. M. B. Sticklen, W. Zhang, D. McElroy, H. Zhong, C. Srinivasan, and R. Wu (1992). Transformation of rice followed by confirmation of stability of gene integration and expression in plant progenies. In: D. Schumacher (ed.). Proc. MidWest Plant Biotechnology Consortium, Indianapolis, IN. Nov. 12-14, 1991.
  98. M. B. Sticklen, J. Chambers, A. Jelen, P. Gilbert, C. Jany, T. Johnson, J. Cheng, M. G. Bolyard, R. Saxena, R. Ebora, and C. Gawron-Burke (1992). A new single gene outside of crop species and transfer of single genes into crop species for insect resistance. In: E. E. Ortman (ed.). The Eighth Biennial Workshop on Plant Resistance to Insects. Indianapolis, IN. Feb. 23-27, 1992. Purdue Univ. Publ. 18: 11-12
  99. M. Sticklen, R. K. Hajela, M. G. Bolyard, L. Graham (1993). Advances in gene cloning and genetic engineering of elms. In: Plant Protoplasts and Genetic Engineering of Plants.Bajaj (ed.) Vol. V. Springer Verlag Publs. Berlin, Germany.
  100. R. V. Ebora and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Genetic transformation of potato for insect resistance. In: G. Zehnder, M. L. Powelson, R. K. Jansson, and K. V. Raman (eds.). Advances in Potato Pest Biology and Management. APS Publ., St. Paul, Minn.
  101. M. B. Sticklen, R. K. Hajela, N. Hajela, D. McElroy, J. Cao, and R. Wu. (1991). Polygenic transformation of rice using a microprojectile delivery of DNA. In: G. Khush (ed.). Rice Genetics II. International Rice Research Institute Publ. Manila, Philippines. pp. 625-635.
  102. S. Maqbool, A. Ahmad, and M. B. Sticklen (2002). Past, present, and future of turfgrass biotechnology. Proceeding of the 72nd annual Michigan Turfgrass Conference Jan 21-24, 2002.
  103. P. Devi and Mariam Sticklen (Jan. 1999). Production of transgenic sorghum plants with chitinase gene. In: Ed. C. Manoharachary. Proceedings of International Conference on Frontiers in Fungal Biotechnology and Plant Pathogen Relations..
  104. D. Warkentin, B. Chai, A. C. Liu, R. K. Hajela, H. Zhong, and M. B. Sticklen (1998). Development of transgenic creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris Huds.) for fungal disease resistance. International Conference in Turfgrass Biotechnology Aug. 1995. East Lansing, MI. In: M. B. Sticklen and M. Kenna (eds). Turfgrass Biotechnology: Cellular and Molecular Genetics Approaches to Turfgrass Improvement. Ann Arbor Press. pp. 153-161.
  105. H. Zhong, C-A. Liu, J. Vargas, D. Penner, and M. B. Sticklen (1998). Simultaneous control of weeds, dollar spot, and brown patch diseases in transgenic creeping bentgrass. International Conference in Turfgrass Biotechnology Aug. 1995. East Lansing, MI. In: M. B. Sticklen and M. Kenna (eds). Turfgrass Biotechnology: Cellular and molecular genetics approaches to turfgrass improvement. Ann Arbor Press. pp. 203-210.
  106. R. Ebora and M. B. Sticklen (1998). Insect control via genetic engineering of plants with Bt genes. Proc. Intl. Workshop on Bacillus thuringiensis. Sergio Orduz-Peralta (ed.), Aug. 1996, Bogota, Columbia.
  107. R. V. Ebora and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Genetic transformation of potato for insect resistance. In: G. Zehnder, M. L. Powelson, R. K. Jansson, and K. V. Raman (eds.). International Conference in Advances in Potato Pest Biology and Management. Jacksonville, Co. APS Publ., St. Paul, Minn. pp. 509-522.
  108. R. K. Hajela and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Adaptation of plants to stressful environments while preserving productivity. In: Davenport T. and Harrington H. M. (eds.). Symposium on Plant Stress in Tropical Environment. Kona-Kailua, Univ. of Hawaii Press, Sept. 20-25, 1992.
  109. S. C. Domir, M. B. Sticklen, M. G. Bolyard, and L. D. Lineberger (1993). Micropropagation of DED-resistant elms using protoplast and tissue culture techniques. International Conference on Dutch Elm Disease. East Lansing, Mi. Aug. 1993. In: Sticklen M. B. and Sherald J. L. (eds.). Dutch Elm Disease Research: Cellular and Molecular Approaches. New York: Springer-Verlag. pp. 81-88.
  110. R. Hajela and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Cloning of pathogenesis-related genes from Ulmusamericana. International Conference on Dutch Elm Disease. East Lansing, Mi. Aug. 1993. In: Sticklen M. B. and Sherald J. L. (eds.) Dutch Elm Disease Research: Cellular and Molecular Approaches. New York: Springer-Verlag. pp. 193-207.
  111. M. G. Bolyard and M. B. Sticklen (1993). Strategies for the production of disease-resistant elms. International Conference on Dutch Elm Disease. East Lansing, Mi. Aug. 1993. In: Sticklen M. B. and Sherald J. L. (eds.) Dutch Elm Disease Research: Cellular and Molecular Approaches. New York: Springer-Verlag. pp. 171-180.
  112. H. Zhong, M. Bolyard, C. Srinivasan, and M. B. Sticklen (1992). Analysis of activity of rice actin 1 5' sequences in greenhouse grown transgenic creeping bentgrass. In: C. You and Z. Chen (eds.). Asia-Pacific Conference on Agricultural Biotechnology (APAB). Aug. 20-24, 1992. Beijing, China.
  113. M. B. Sticklen, W. Zhang, D. McElroy, H. Zhong, C. Srinivasan, and R. Wu. (1992). Transformation of rice followed by confirmation of stability of gene integration and expression in plant progenies. In: D. Schumacher (ed.). Proc. MidWest Plant Biotechnology Consortium, Indianapolis, IN. Nov. 12-14, 1991
  114. M. B. Sticklen (1992). New approaches for transferring biotechnology to third world countries. Agricultural Biotechnology Showcase and Life Science Symposium. Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. March 4-6, 1992.
  115. M. B. Sticklen (1992). Genetic engineering of African crops for pest resistance. African Regional Biotechnology Symposium, Nairobi, Kenya. Feb. 17-21, 1992.
  116. M. B. Sticklen, J. Chambers, A. Jelen, P. Gilbert, C. Jany, T. Johnson, J. Chang, M. Bolyard, R. Saxena, R. Ebora, and C. Gawron-Burke (1992). A new single gene outside of crop species and transfer of single genes into crop for insect resistance. In: E. E. Ortman (ed.). Ann. Plant Resistance to Insects. The Eight Biennial Workshop on Plant Resistance to Insects. Indianapolis, IN. Feb. 23-27, 1992. Purdue Univ./USDA-ARS Publ. Vol. 18: 11-12.
  117. M. B. Sticklen, H. Zhong (1991). Genetic engineering of rice for stem borer resistance. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the International Program on Rice Biotechnology. Oct. 2-5, 1991. Tucson, AZ.
  118. M. B. Sticklen, S. Meiners, R. Saxena, and R. Hajela (1991). Potential for transforming a chitinase gene from Azadirachta indica to economically important crops. In: S. Ahmed (ed.). Proc. Pacific XVII Science Congress. East West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. May 25 - June 2, 1991.
  119. R. D. Lineberger, M. B. Sticklen, P. M. Pijut, M. A. Kroggel, C. V. M. Fink, and S. C. Domir (1989). Use of protoplast, cell, and shoot tip culture in an elm germplasm improvement program. In: S. Sansavini (ed). Proc. Intl. Plant Biotech. Conf. Bologna, Italy. Oct. 1989.
  120. M.B. Sticklen. (1989). Somatic hybridization and evaluation of RFLP and dimer isozyme molecular markers for confirmation of hybridity of elm fusion products. Proc. International Union for Forestry Research Organization. Iowa State University, Ames Iowa. Nov. 1988.