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Dr Jeffery A. Dahlberg

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Director-UC-ANR-KARE
Kearney Agricultural Research & Extension Center
9240 S. Riverbend Ave.
Parlier, CA 93648
(559) 646-6060
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Education

Ph.D. Plant Breeding & Genetics, Texas A&M University. 1992
M.S. Agronomy & Plant Genetics, University of Arizona. 1987
B.A. Biology, Occidental College. 1980

Specialty

Plant Breeding and Genetics

Areas of Expertise (click to see all ANR academics with this expertise)

Bibliography

Peer Reviewed

  • Monk, R.; Franks, C., et al. (2014). Sorghum. Madison, WI, ASA, CSSA, and SSSA.
  • Holin, Fae (2014). Sorghums save water. Hay & Forage Grower. Overland Park, KS, Penton. 29: 6-8.
  • E. Wolfrum; Payne, C., et al. (2013). Multivariate calibration models for sorghum composition using near-infrared spectroscopy. http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy13osti/56838.pdf, NREL.
  • Ag Alert (2013). UC: Research could lead to a comeback for sorghum. Ag Alert. California Farm Bureau Federation. 40, No. 42: 1.
  • Stefaniak, T. R.; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (2012). "Variation in biomass composition components among forage, biomass, sorghum-sudangrass, and sweet sorghum types." Crop Science 52: 1949-1954.
  • T. R. Stefaniak; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (2012). "Variation in biomass composition components among forage, biomass, sorghum-sudangrass, and sweet sorghum types." Crop Science 52: 1949-1954.
  • E. C. Henley; Rooney, L., et al. (2010) Sorghum: An ancient, healthy and nutritious Old World cereal.
  • J. Dahlberg (1996). Genetic Resources: Paragraph on Sorghum Conversion Program.. USDA-ARS. Washington, DC, USDA-ARS.: 1.

Non-Peer Reviewed

  • Wolfrum, E.; Payne, C., et al. (2013). Multivariate calibration models for sorghum composition using near-infrared spectroscopy. http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy13osti/56838.pdf, NREL/TP-5100-56838.
  • Henley, E. C.; Dahlberg, J. (2012). "Sorghum: An ancient grain with present-day benefits." foodtechnology 66: 19.
  • J. Dahlberg; Berenji, J., et al. (2011). "Assessing sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] germplasm for new traits: food, fuels & unique uses." Maydica 56(1750): 85-92.
  • J. Dahlberg; Wolfrum, E., et al. (2011). "Compositional and agronomic evaluation of sorghum biomass as a potential feedstock for renewable fuels." Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy 4: 1-7.
  • J. Berenji; Dahlberg, J., et al. (2011). "Origin, History, Morphology, Production, Improvement, and Utilization of Broomcorn [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] in Serbia." Economic Botany 65: 190-208.
  • Henley, E. C.; Dahlberg, J (2011). "Sorghum: An ancient grain with present-day benefits. foodtechnology." foodtechnology 66(10): 19.
  • S. Yan; Wu, X., et al. (2010). "Properties of field-sprouted sorghum and its performance in ethanol production." Cereal Science 51: 374-380.
  • R. Perumal; Krishnaramanujam, R., et al. (2007). "Genetic diversity among sorghum race and working group based on AFLPs and SSRs." Crop Science 47: 1375-1383.
  • J. H. Wiersema; Dahlberg, J. (2007). "The nomenclature of." Taxom 56: 941-946.
  • Poutanen, K.; Reicks, M. , et al. (2007). The whole grain stamp program. Whole grains and health. Ames, IA, Blackwell Publishing.: 263-271.
  • Baer-Sinnott, S.; K. Dun Gifford (2006). Grains in human evolution. The Oldways Table: Essays and recipes from the culinary think tank. Berkeley, CA, Ten Speed Press.
  • S. Kresovich; Barbazuk, B., et al. (2005). "Towards sequencing the sorghum genome. A U.S. National Science Foundation-Sponsored workshop report." Plant Physiology 138: 1898-1902.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Burke, J. J., et al. (2004). "Development of a Sorghum Core Collection: Refinement and evaluation of a subset from Sudan." Economic Botany 58: 556-567.
  • J. Berenji; Dahlberg, J., et al. (2004). Grain sorghum as tool for reduction of harmful consequences of drought. Proc. 38th Seminar of Agronomists, YU-21000 Novi Sad, Maksima Gorkog 30, Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops.
  • J. Berenji; Dahlberg, J. (2004). "Perspectives of sorghum in Europe." European J. Agron. & Crop Sci 190: 332-338.
  • CFS; CFS (2004). Sorghum and Pearl Millet: Health Foods and Industrial Products in Developed Countries. Alternate uses of sorghum and pearl millet in Asia, Andhra Pradesh, 1-4 July, 2003, India, ICRISAT.
  • J. A. Dahlberg (2004). "Sorghum: How will sequencing the sorghum genome enhance seed and crop production." Seed World 142: 26-27.
  • C. Grenier; Bramel, P. J., et al. (2004). "Sorghums of the Sudan: Analysis of Regional Diversity and Distribution." Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 51: 489-500.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Spinks, M. (2003). "Registration of sorghum cultivars, germplasm, genetic stock and parental lines in the United States from 1936 through 2003." Int’l Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 44: 32-56.
  • D. T. Rosenow; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (2003). "Release of 49 converted sorghum germplasm lines for the sorghum conversion program." Int’l Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 44: 57-59.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Zhang, X., et al. (2002). "Comparative assessment of variation among sorghum germplasm accessions using seed morphology and RAPD measurements." Crop Science 42: 291-296.
  • J. F. Leslie (2002). Public-Private Partnerships in International Agricultural Research – A Case for Promoting Technology Transfer and Enhancing Global Trade in Sorghum and Millet. Sorghum and millet diseases. Ames, Iowa, Iowa State Univ. Press.: 339-341.
  • J. F. Leslie (2002). Quarantine issues arising from contamination of seed with ergot: An update. Sorghum and millet diseases. Ames, Iowa, Iowa State University Press.: 123-127.
  • J. D. Leslie (2002). Rapid Information Dissemination on the World Wide Web. Sorghum and millet diseases. Ames, Iowa, Iowa State Univ. Press.: 305-307.
  • L. Qingshan; Dahlberg, J. A. (2001). "Chinese sorghum genetic resources." Economic Botany 55: 401-425.
  • Neumann, K. ; S. Kahlheber (2001). Classification of Masakwa sorghum from Lake Chad. Man and environment in the West African Sahel-An interdisciplinary approach. 268, Band 17, Fankfurt am Main, Berichte des Sonderforschungsbereichs.: 15-22.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Bandyopadhyay, R., et al. (2001). "Evaluation of sorghum germplasm used in US breeding programmes for sources of sugary disease resistance." Plant Pathology 50: 681-689.
  • F. Wendorf; F. Wendorf (2001). Site E-75-6: Vegetation and subsistence of the Early Neolithic at Nabta Playa, Egypt, reconstructed from charred plant remains. Holocene settlement of the Egyptain Sahara: Volume I-The archaeology of Nabta Playa. New York, NY, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.: 544-591.
  • J. A. Dahlberg (2001). Sorghum: Leading the “Blue Revolution.”. Seed World. Des Plaines, IL, Scranton Gillette Comm., Inc.: 14-16.
  • Frederiksen, R. A.; C. W. Smith (2000). Classification and characterization of sorghum. Sorghum: origin, history, technology, and production. New York, NY, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: 99-130.
  • C. W. Smith; C. W. Smith (2000). Collection, conversion, and utilization of sorghum. Sorghum: origin, history, technology, and production. New York, NY, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: 309-328.
  • R. Dean; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (1999). "Genetic redundancy and diversity among ‘Orange’ accessions in the U.S. National Sorghum Collection as assessed with simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers." Crop Science 39: 1215-1221.
  • R. W. Bovey; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (1999). "Grain sorghum desiccation with glufosinate." Agronomy Journal 91(373-376)
  • Casela, C.; J. A. Dahlberg (1999). Host plant resistance: Sorghum ergot. Global Conference on Ergot of Sorghum, Sete Lagoas, Brazil, June 1-7, 1997,
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Peterson, G. L., et al. (1999). "Inhibition of germination and sporulation of Claviceps africana from honeydew encrusted sorghum with seed treatment fungicides." Crop Protection 18: 235-238.
  • F. R. Miller; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (1999). "Registration of A3/B3 Cytoplasmic-Genetic Sorghum Parental Lines Differing in Maturity and Height." Crop Science 39: 306-307.
  • D. T. Rosenow; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (1999). "Release of 30 partially converted sorghum lines." Int’l Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 39: 82-84.
  • M. Van der Veen (1999). Sorghum in the economy of the Early Neolithic nomadic tribes at site E-75-6, Nabta Playa, south Egypt. The exploitation of plant resources in ancient Africa. New York, NY, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.: 11-33.
  • G. N. Odvody; Frederickson, D. E., et al. (1999). The role of seedborne inoculum in sorghum ergot. 3rd Int’l Seed Testing Association-PDC Seed Health Symp., August 16-19, Ames, Iowa,
  • J. A. Dahlberg (1998). Host-plant strategies within the United States. Status of Sorghum Ergot in North America, 24-26 June 1998, Corpus Christi, TX,
  • J. A. Dahlberg (1998). Host-plant strategies within the United States. II. Growth chanber assay for cold tolerance. Status of Sorghum Ergot in North America, Corpus Christi, TX,
  • J. A. Dahlberg (1998). Host-Plant Strategies within the United States. III. Evaluation of inbred lines to ergot susceptibility. Status of Sorghum Ergot in North America, Corpus Christi, TX,
  • N. Zummo; Gourley, L. M., et al. (1998). "Occurrence of ergot (Sugary disease) incited by Sphacelia sp. on sorghum in Mississippi in 1997." Plant Disease 82: 590.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Rosenow, D. T., et al. (1998). "Registration of 40 converted sorghum germplasms." Crop Science 38: 564-565.
  • G. Odvody; Bandyopadhyay, R., et al. (1998) Sorghum ergot goes global in less than three years. American Phytopathological Society APSNET
  • S. di Lernia; S. di Lernia (1998). The use of plants during the early Holocene in the Egyptian Sahara: Early Neolithic food-economies. Before food production in North Africa. Forli, Italy, A.B.A.C.O. Edizioni.: 71-78.
  • W. L. Rooney; Rosenow, D., et al. (1997). Overview of the worldwide sorghum breeding program. Grain Sorghum for the 21st Century: Working together as an Industry, Corpus Christi, TX,
  • D. T. Rosenow; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (1997). "Registration of 50 converted sorghum germplasms." Crop Science 37: 1397-1398.
  • D. T. Rosenow; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (1997). "Registration of 63 converted sorghum germplasm lines." Crop Science 37: 1399-1400.
  • D. T. Rosenow; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (1997). "Release of 30 converted sorgum lines." Int’l Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 38: 41-43.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Rosenow, D. T., et al. (1997). "Release of 50 Partially Converted Sorghum Bulks from the Sorghum Conversion Program." Int’l Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 38: 38-41.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Madera-Torrres, P. (1997). "Restorer reaction in A1 (ATx623), A2 (A2Tx632), and A3 (A3SC103) cytoplasms to selected accessions from the Sudan sorghum collection." Int’l Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 38: 43-58.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Hash, T., et al. (1997). Sorghum and Pearl Millet Genetic Resources Utilization. Int’l Sorghum and Millets Breeding Conference, Sept. 22 – 27, 1996, Lubbock, TX,
  • J. A. Dahlberg (1997). The search for new sorghum cultivars and hybrids, Step I: Curation of sorghum. Proc. 20th Biennial Grain Sorghum Res. and Util. Conf., Feb. 16-19 1997, New Orleans, LA,
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Wasylikowa, K. (1996). "Image and statistical analyses of early sorghum remains (8000 B. P.) from the Nabta Playa archaeological site in the Western Desert, southern Egypt." Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 5: 293-299.
  • T. Sotomayor-Rios; Torres-Cardona, S. A., et al. (1996). "Registration of 'Millo Blanco' sorghum." Crop Science 36: 1406.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Rosenow, D. T., et al. (1996). "Release of 40 converted sorghum lines from the World Sorghum Collection." Int’l Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 37: 53-56.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Evans, J., et al. (1995). "Attempts to identify 8000-bp sorghum using image-analysis, infrared spectroscopy, and biotechnological procedures." Acta Palaeobotany 35: 167-173.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Spinks, M. (1995). "Current status of the U. S. sorghum germplasm collection." Sorghum Newsletter 36: 4-11.
  • J. A. Dahlberg (1995). "Dispersal of Sorghum and the Role of Genetic Drift." African Crop Science Journal 3: 143-151.
  • USDA-ARS (1995). Genetic Resources: Paragraph on Sorghum Conversion Program. Washington, DC, USDA-ARS.: 1.
  • R. R. Duncan (1995). International activities in sorghum germplasm acquisition during the past thirty-five years. International germplasm transfer: Past and Present. Madison, WI, ASA, CSSA, and SSSA.: 111-128.
  • USDA-ARS (1995). Operations Handbook for Sorghum Germplasm Maintenance. Mayaguez, PR, Jeff Dahlberg.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Madera-Torres, P. (1995). Progress on the development of the sorghum core colletion. 19th Biennial Grain Sorghum Res. and Util. Conf., March 5-7, 1995, Lubbock, TX,
  • D. T. Rosenow; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (1995). "Release of 50 converted sorghum lines and 253 partially converted sorghum bulks." Int’l Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 36: 19-31.
  • J. A. Dahlberg; Madera-Torres, P. (1995). "Yield and agronomic evaluation of 10 sorghum hybrids on the south coast of Puerto Rico in 1993 and 1994." Journal of Agriculture University of Puerto Rico 79: 131-138.
  • L. Tarpley; Dahlberg, J. A., et al. (1993). "Batch anion exchange and quantification of 14C hexose and 14C sucrose." Crop Science 33: 338-341.
  • R. R. Duncan; Dahlberg, J. A. (1993). "Cross references of PI/IS/SC numbers from U. S. conversion program." Sorghum Newsletter 34: 72-80.
  • J. A. Dahlberg (1993). The U. S. sorghum germplasm collection. The 18th Biennial Grain Sorghum Res. and Util. Conf, Lubbock, TX,
  • J. A. Dahlberg (1992). Variation of 14C assimilate export and partitioning in reduced progressive senescent and senescent sorghums [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] and the potential use of anatomical features as a genetic marker for that variation. Soil & Crop Science. College Station, TX 77843, Texas A&M University. Ph.D
  • J. A. Dahlberg (1987). The influence of drip irrigation on cotton petiole nitrates and yield. Plant Sciences. Tuscon, AZ, University of Arizona. M.S

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