Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists

 

Volume 30, 2010

 

 TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

 
 
 
PEER REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:  Agricultural Section  
 
Sugarcane Soils Exhibit Enhanced Atrazine Degradation and Cross Adaptation to other s-Triazines..........................................................................................  1
D. L. Shaner, L. J. Krutz, W. B. Henry, B. D. Hanson, M. D. Poteer, and C. R. Rainbolt  
 
Red Morningglory (Ipomoea coccinea) Response to Tillage and Shade.......................................................... ........................................................................ 11
C. A. Jones and J. L. Griffin  
 
Seasonal Growth, Shading Potential, and Yield of Six Sugarcane Cultivars .............................................................................................................................. 21
M. F. Bittencourt, J. L. Griffin, J. M. Bourgeois, and D. C. Blouin  
 
Precision of Sugarcane Biomass Estimates in Pot Studies Using Fresh and Dry Weights .......................................................................................................... 37
D. Zhao, B. Glaz, S. Edme, and I. Del Blanco  
 
Comparing Costs and Returns for Sugarcane Production on Sand and Muck Soils of Southern Florida, 2008-2009................................................................. 50
F. M. Roka, L. E. Baucum, R. W. Rice, and J. Alvarez  
 
Nutsedge (Cyperus Spp.) Control Programs in Sugarcane....................................................................................................................................................... 67
L. M. Etheredge, J. L. Griffin, and J. M. Boudreaux  
 
Tillage Effects on Itchgrass Seedling Emergence and Changes in the Seed Soil Reservoir........................................................................................................... 81
J. L. Griffin, R. P. Strahan, D. K. Miller, and K. L. LeJuene  
 
Purple Nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus) Competition with Sugarcane and Response to Shade................................. 89
L. M. Etheredge, J. L. Griffin, and J. M. Boudreaux  
 
Susceptibility of Stage IV Canal Point (CP) Sugarcane Clones to Yellow Sugarcane Aphid (Sipha flava (Forbes)) Feeding Damage ........................................................................................................................................ 104
G. S. Nuessly, M. G. Hentz, and R. A. Gilbert  
 
Sugarcane Yield Responses of Four Cultivars to Three Planting Dates in Louisiana ............................................... 115
P. M. White Jr., R. P. Viator, and E. P. Richard Jr.  
 
PEER REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:  Manufacturing Section  
 
 
PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS – JUNE 2010  
 
LIST OF 2010 AGRICULTURAL ABSTRACTS…………………..……...............................................….. 133
CP-Cultivar Development Program: Challenges and Responses 133

J.C. Comstock, A. del Blanco, S. Edme, D. Zhao, N. Glynn, B. Glaz, R. Gilbert, and W. Davidson

 
 
Repeatability of Sugarcane Selection on Sand and Organic Soils 133

I.A. del Blanco, N.C. Glynn1, R.W. Davidson, J.C. Comstock, Scott B. Milligan, B. Glaz, S.J. Edmé and M.S. Irey

 
 

Assessing the quantitative and molecular changes in the Florida sugarcane breeding program

134
S. J. Edmé  
 
L 01-299 – A New Sugarcane Variety for Louisiana 135

K. Gravois, M. Pontif, K. Bischoff, T. E. Reagan, J. Hoy, and C. Kimbeng

 
 
L 03-371 – A New Sugarcane Variety for the Louisiana Sugar Industry 136

M. Pontif, K. Bischoff, K. Gravois, G.L. Hawkins, T. E. Reagan, J. Hoy, and C. Kimbeng

 
 
Second-generation sequencing for marker development in sugarcane 136
N. C. Glynn, R. W. Nipper, and P. J. Brown  
 

Development of a Genetic Linkage Map for Louisiana Sugarcane: New Microsatellite (SSR) DNA Markers Identified For LCP 85-384

137
Y.-B. Pan and P. Liu  
 
Searching for DNA Markers Associated with Sugar Content in Sugarcane 138
P. Liu, Y.-B. Pan, M. P. Grisham, T. L. Tew, W. H. White, and E. P. Richard, Jr.  
   

Genetic Analysis of the Sugarcane (Saccharum hybrids spp.) Cultivar ‘LCP 85-384’: II. Identification of Quantitative Trait Alleles for Starch Content

138
A. Suman, M.M. Zhou, Y.-B. Pan, and C. A. Kimbeng  
 
Towards the molecular characterization of lignin-related genes in the Saccharum complex 139
J. Arro, K. Ali, S. Andru, N. Baisakh and C. A. Kimbeng  
 
Phosphorus Soil Test Calibration for Sugarcane Grown on Everglades Histosols 140
J. M. McCray, R. W. Rice, Y. Luo, and S. Jr  
 
Identification of Physiological Traits for Early Detecting Water Deficit Stress in Sugarcane 140
D. Zhao, B. Glaz, and J. Comstock  
 
Effect of Residue Management on Atrazine Retention and Sugarcane Yield 141
H. M. Selim, A. Arceneaux, E. Ferguson, and R. L. Bengtson  
 

Long-term Effects of Post-harvest Residue Management in Louisiana (Three Production Cycles)

142
H. P. Viator  
 
Sampling for Wireworms at Sugarcane Planting 143
R. Cherry, P. Grose, and E. Barbieri  
 
Sugarcane Genotype Tolerance to Wireworms 143
B. Glaz, G. S. Nuessly, and R. Cherry  
 

Sugarcane Rust Mite, Abacarus sacchari: an Old World Pest Attacking Sugarcane in the New World

144

G. S. Nuessly, J. Comstock, D. Zhao, W. Davidson, C. Welbourne, and R. Ochoa

 
 

Effects of Sugarcane Harvest and Tillage Practices on Lesser Cornstalk Borer Damage and Yield

145

H. S. Sandhu, G. S. Nuessly, R. H. Cherry, R. A. Gilbert, and S. E.Webb

 
 
Eptam in Sugarcane: Incorporation Methods, Weed Control, and Economics 146
J. Mite, J. L. Griffin, J. M. Boudreaux, and M. E Salassi  
 

Effect of Planting Techniques and Seeding Densities on Growth and Yield Performance of Spring Planted Sugarcane

146
M. Bilal, M. Umer , and M. Maqsood  
 
Improving estimation of commercial sugarcane yields in south Florida 147
J. M. Shine, Jr., R. A. Gilbert, and J. W. Jones  
 
The CASUPRO Sugarcane Simulation Model 148
F.S. Royce, F.R. Marin, J. Shine, F. Villegas and J.W. Jones  
 
Artificial Neural Network Model for Predicting Yield in Sugarcane Seedling Populations 149
M. M. Zhou, C. A. Kimbeng, T. L. Tew, K. A. Gravois and K. P. Bischoff  
 

Sugarcane modeling applied to Brazilian production systems: Parameterization and Evaluation of Predictions of DSSAT/CANEGRO

149

F.R. Marin , J. W. Jones , F. Royce , C. Suguitani, J. L. Donzeli, ,W. J. Pallone Filho, and D.S.P. Massif

 
 
A High-Throughput In Vitro Propagation System for Sugarcane Using Apical Meristems 150
V. Sharma, G. M. Acuna, M. Damaj, and N. M. El-Hout  
 

Comparing the Natural Spread of Sugarcane yellow leaf virus in Florida to Its Natural Spread in Louisiana

151
M. P. Grisham, J. C. Comstock, and J. L. Flynn  
 
Leaf Scald Resistance Screening in Sugarcane using a qPCR Approach 151
F. F. Garces, J. W. Hoy, and C. F. Savario  
 

Evaluation of Brown Rust Resistance in the Louisiana Basic Breeding Program’s First Clonal Trial

152
A. L. Hale, E. Dufrene, and M. P. Grisham  
 

Isolation and Characterization of Resistant Gene Analogs from RSD Resistant and Susceptible Sugarcane Clones: A Progress Report

153
U. Hameed, Y. -B. Pan, M. P. Grisham, and J. Iqbal  
 
Identification of RAPD Marker Associated With Brown Rust Resistance in Sugarcane 154
K. Muhammad, Y. -B. Pan, M. P. Grisham, and J. Iqbal  
 

A Comparison of Orange Rust Epidemics in Florida during 2008 and 2009 and Their Influence on Yield

154
R. N. Raid, J.C. Comstock, and N.C. Glynn  
 
Evaluation of New Energy Cane Varieties for Louisiana 155
H. Rukavina, E.O. Dufrene, A.L. Hale and T.L. Tew  
 
LIST OF 2010 MANUFACTURING ABSTRACTS………………………………...................................... 156

Economic Feasibility of Growing Sugarcane and Energycane for Energy on the Mineral Soils of Southern Florida

156
J. Álvarez, Z.R. Helsel, L.E. Baucum, R.W. Rice, and R.A. Gilbert  
 

Comparative Study of Multiple Energy Crops for Cellulosic-Ethanol Production

156
M. Kim and D. F. Day  
 
Biodiesel from Algae as an Alternative for Sugar Mill Sustainability 157
V.Kochergin1 and M.Suhr  
 
Recent Developments in Sugarcane Agriculture that Affect Processing 158
B. L. Legendre  
 
New Approach to Fluid Distribution in the Industrial Clarifiers 159
V.Kochergin and C.Gaudet  
 
Iron Mediated Clarification and Decolorization of Sugar Cane Juice: A Pilot Test 159
L. R. Madsen  and D. F Day  
 
Sugarcane Yield Monitors 160
R. R. Price, R. Johnson, and R. Viator  
 

Biomass Yields and Fiber Concentration of Energycane and Giant Reed Grown on Sandy Soils in Florida

160

P. H. Korndorfer, R. A. Gilbert, Z. R. Helsel, J. E. Erickson, and L. E. Sollenberger

 
 
Thermophilic anaerobic digestion of cane sugar filter cake 161
P. Horecký and M. Saska  
 
WHY ETHANOL? Butanol Production and the Raw Mill. 161
D. F. Day  
 

Research on How Mannitol Affects Sugar Crystallization in Raw Sugar Manufacture

162
J. Wu Tiu Yen, C. Alexander, and G. Eggleston  

 

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