Christopher R. Little
Christopher R. Little
Plant Pathology, Kansas State University
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Introduction to fungi
LM Carris, CR Little, CM Stiles
The plant health instructor 48, 2012
Effects of high temperature after anthesis on starch granules in grains of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
P Liu, W Guo, Z Jiang, H Pu, C Feng, X Zhu, Y Peng, A Kuang, CR Little
The Journal of agricultural science 149 (2), 159-169, 2011
Sorghum pathology and biotechnology-a fungal disease perspective: Part II. Anthracnose, stalk rot, and downy mildew
TT Tesso, R Perumal, CR Little, A Adeyanju, GL Radwan, LK Prom, ...
European Journal of Plant Science and Biotechnology 6 (Special Issue 1), 31-44, 2012
Weeds in south Texas and northern Mexico
JH Everitt, RI Lonard, CR Little
Texas Tech University Press, 2007
Genome-wide association study on resistance to stalk rot diseases in grain sorghum
A Adeyanju, C Little, J Yu, T Tesso
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 5 (6), 1165-1175, 2015
Biosystematics of the Didymium squamulosum complex
N ElHage, C Little, JD Clark, SL Stephenson
Mycologia 92 (1), 54-64, 2000
Genotypic variation in sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] exotic germplasm collections for drought and disease tolerance
MH Kapanigowda, R Perumal, M Djanaguiraman, RM Aiken, T Tesso, ...
SpringerPlus 2 (1), 1-13, 2013
Genetic diversity and pathotype determination of Colletotrichum sublineolum isolates causing anthracnose in sorghum
LK Prom, R Perumal, SR Erattaimuthu, CR Little, EG No, JE Erpelding, ...
European journal of plant pathology 133 (3), 671-685, 2012
Sorghum pathology and biotechnology-A fungal disease perspective: part I. Grain mold, head smut, and ergot
CR Little, R Perumal, TT Tesso, LK Prom, GN Odvody, CW Magill
European Journal of Plant Science and Biotechnology 6 (Special Issue 1), 10-30, 2011
Evaluation of soybean genotypes for resistance to charcoal rot
A Mengistu, PA Arelli, JP Bond, GJ Shannon, AJ Wrather, JB Rupe, ...
Plant Health Progress 12 (1), 6, 2011
Sorghum grain mold: through the 1990s into the new millennium
R Bandyopadhyay, CR Little, RD Waniska, DR Butler
Sorghum and millets diseases, 173-183, 2002
Analyses of sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] lines and hybrids in response to early-season planting and cool conditions
MH Kapanigowda, R Perumal, RM Aiken, TJ Herald, SR Bean, CR Little
Canadian Journal of Plant Science 93 (5), 773-784, 2013
Analysis of host plant resistance to multiple Fusarium species associated with stalk rot disease in sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench]
TT Tesso, N Ochanda, CR Little, L Claflin, MR Tuinstra
Field Crops Research 118 (2), 177-182, 2010
Grasses of South Texas: a guide to their identification and value
JH Everitt, DL Drawe, CR Little, RI Lonard
Texas Tech University Press, 2011
The Grain Mold Pathogen, Fusarium thapsinum, Reduces Caryopsis Formation in Sorghum bicolor
CR Little, CW Magill
Journal of phytopathology 157 (7‐8), 518-519, 2009
Effect of Host Resistance to Fusarium virguliforme and Heterodera glycines on Sudden Death Syndrome Disease Severity and Soybean Yield
LF Brzostowski, WT Schapaugh, PA Rzodkiewicz, TC Todd, CR Little
Plant Health Progress 15 (1), 1-8, 2014
Elicitation of defense response genes in sorghum floral tissues infected by Fusarium thapsinum and Curvularia lunata at anthesis
CR Little, CW Magill
Physiological and Molecular plant pathology 63 (5), 271-279, 2003
Fungal phyllosphere communities are altered by indirect interactions among trophic levels
JL Perez, JV French, KR Summy, AD Baines, CR Little
Microbial ecology 57 (4), 766-774, 2009
Integrating resistance and tolerance for improved evaluation of sorghum lines against Fusarium stalk rot and charcoal rot
Y Bandara, R Perumal, CR Little
Phytoparasitica 43 (4), 485-499, 2015
Screening Exotic Sorghum Germplasm, Hybrids, and Elite Lines for Resistance to a New Virulent Pathotype (P6) of Peronosclerospora sorghi Causing Downy Mildew
GL Radwan, R Perumal, T Isakeit, CW Magill, LK Prom, CR Little
Plant Health Progress 12 (1), 17, 2011
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