James O Garner - Interim Dean/ Director of Research

Garner
Phone: 870-575-8529 (Office)
Address: School of Agriculture, Fisheries & Human Sciences I University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff I 1200 North University Drive I Pine Bluff AR 71601
Email: garnerj@uapb.edu

Affiliations:

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff: School of Agriculture, Fisheries & Human Sciences

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Research Summary | Selected Publications | Lab Members | Key Collaborators | Research Projects | Links

Research Summary:

•Post-harvest physiology

•Crop Physiology

Selected Publications:

•Renukdas NN, M Manoharan, JO Garner (2010). In vitro propagation of pecan [Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh) K. Koch]. Plant Biotechnology 27: 211-215.

•Islam S, S Khan, JO Garner (2006) Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Concentration Enhances Carbohydrate Metabolism in Developing Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Cultivars. International Journal of Agriculture & Biology 8: 157-161.

•Islam S, C Rafaela, JO Garner (2006) Screening for Tolerance of Stress Temperature during Germination of Twenty Five Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) Cultivars. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment 4: 191-195

•Islam S, C Rafaela, JO Garner (2006) Carbohydrate contents and peroxide activity of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) Cultivars grown under strees temperature. HortScience 41: 1069-1070.

•Izekor E, JO Garner, FB Matta (1999) Selecting sweetpotato genotypes tolerant to chilling stress. HortScience 34: 445.

•Pankasemsuk T, JO Garner, FB Matta, JL Silva (1996) Translucent flesh disorders of mangosteen fruit (Garcinia mangostant L.). HortScience 31: 112-113

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Links

http://grad.uapb.edu/programs/agricultural-regulations/james-o.-garner2.html