Arthur Villordon
Arthur Villordon
Professor, LSU AgCenter Sweet Potato Research Station
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Root system architecture and abiotic stress tolerance: current knowledge in root and tuber crops
MA Khan, DC Gemenet, A Villordon
Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 209303, 2016
Transcriptional profiling of sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas) roots indicates down-regulation of lignin biosynthesis and up-regulation of starch biosynthesis at an early …
N Firon, D LaBonte, A Villordon, Y Kfir, J Solis, E Lapis, TS Perlman, ...
BMC genomics 14, 1-25, 2013
Root architecture and root and tuber crop productivity
AQ Villordon, I Ginzberg, N Firon
Trends in plant science 19 (7), 419-425, 2014
Characterization of adventitious root development in sweetpotato
AQ Villordon, DR La Bonte, N Firon, Y Kfir, E Pressman, A Schwartz
HortScience 44 (3), 651-655, 2009
Characterization of lateral root development at the onset of storage root initiation in ‘Beauregard’sweetpotato adventitious roots
A Villordon, D LaBonte, J Solis, N Firon
HortScience 47 (7), 961-968, 2012
Botany and physiology: storage root formation and development
N Firon, D LaBonte, A Villordon, C McGregor, Y Kfir, E Pressman
The sweetpotato, 13-26, 2009
Genetic variation among sweetpotatoes propagated through nodal and adventitious sprouts
AQ Villordon, DR LaBonte
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 121 (2), 170-174, 1996
Root branching and nutrient efficiency: status and way forward in root and tuber crops
LO Duque, A Villordon
Frontiers in plant science 10, 434597, 2019
Using growing degree days, agrometeorological variables, linear regression, and data mining methods to help improve prediction of sweetpotato harvest date in Louisiana
A Villordon, C Clark, D Ferrin, D LaBonte
HortTechnology 19 (1), 133-144, 2009
Quantifying storage root initiation, growth, and developmental responses of sweetpotato to early season temperature
B Gajanayake, KR Reddy, MW Shankle, RA Arancibia, AO Villordon
Agronomy Journal 106 (5), 1795-1804, 2014
Variation in randomly amplified DNA markers and storage root yield in'Jewel'sweetpotato clones
AQ Villordon, DR LaBonte
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 120 (5), 734-740, 1995
Variation in nitrogen rate and local availability alter root architecture attributes at the onset of storage root initiation in ‘Beauregard’sweetpotato
A Villordon, D LaBonte, N Firon, E Carey
HortScience 48 (6), 808-815, 2013
Development of a simple thermal time method for describing the onset of morpho-anatomical features related to sweetpotato storage root formation
A Villordon, D LaBonte, N Firon
Scientia horticulturae 121 (3), 374-377, 2009
Adventitious root primordia formation and development in stem nodes of ‘Georgia Jet’ sweetpotato, Ipomoea batatas
J Ma, R Aloni, A Villordon, D Labonte, Y Kfir, H Zemach, A Schwartz, ...
American journal of botany 102 (7), 1040-1049, 2015
DR La Bonte, PW Wilson, AQ Villordon, CA Clark
HortScience 43 (1), 258-259, 2008
Development of a prototype Bayesian network model representing the relationship between fresh market yield and some agroclimatic variables known to influence storage root …
A Villordon, J Solis, D LaBonte, C Clark
HortScience 45 (8), 1167-1177, 2010
Effect of drought on storage root development and gene expression profile of sweetpotato under greenhouse and field conditions
J Solis, A Villordon, N Baisakh, D LaBonte, N Firon
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 139 (3), 317-324, 2014
Variation in virus symptom development and root architecture attributes at the onset of storage root initiation in ‘Beauregard’sweetpotato plants grown with or without nitrogen
AQ Villordon, CA Clark
PLoS One 9 (9), e107384, 2014
DR La Bonte, AQ Villordon, CA Clark, PW Wilson, CS Stoddard
HortScience 43 (6), 1895-1896, 2008
Studies on Beauregard sweetpotato clones naturally infected with viruses
HW Carroll, AQ Villordon, CA Clark, DR La Bonte, MW Hoy
International journal of pest management 50 (2), 101-106, 2004
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