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Neil Anderson
Neil Anderson
Professor of Horticultural SCience, University of Minnesota
Verified email at umn.edu
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Invasiveness in wetland plants in temperate North America
SM Galatowitsch, NO Anderson, PD Ascher
Wetlands 19, 733-755, 1999
6781999
Flower breeding and genetics: issues, challenges and opportunities for the 21st century
NO Anderson
Springer Science & Business Media, 2006
2422006
Chrysanthemum: dendranthema x grandiflora Tzvelv
NO Anderson
Flower breeding and genetics: issues, challenges and opportunities for the …, 2007
1562007
Conundrums of a complex vector for invasive species control: a detailed examination of the horticultural industry
J Drew, N Anderson, D Andow
Biological invasions 12, 2837-2851, 2010
1422010
Reclassifications of the genus Chrysanthemum L.
NO Anderson
HortScience 22 (2), 313-313, 1987
1271987
Trifluralin-mediated polyploidization of Rosa chinensis minima (Sims) Voss seedlings
DC Zlesak, CA Thill, NO Anderson
Euphytica 141, 281-290, 2005
1252005
Reproductive barriers: identification, uses, and circumvention
BE Liedl, NO Anderson
Plant Breeding Reviews, 11-154, 1993
1101993
The effect of multidirectional mechanical vibration on peripheral circulation of humans
C Button, N Anderson, C Bradford, JD Cotter, PN Ainslie
Clinical physiology and functional imaging 27 (4), 211-216, 2007
792007
Selection strategies to reduce invasive potential in introduced plants
NO Anderson, SM Galatowitsch, N Gomez
Euphytica 148, 203-216, 2006
722006
Do native and invasive labels affect consumer willingness to pay for plants? Evidence from experimental auctions
C Yue, TM Hurley, N Anderson
Agricultural Economics 42 (2), 195-205, 2011
672011
Chrysanthemum genetic resources and related genera of Chrysanthemum collected in China
HE Zhao, ZH Liu, X Hu, JL Yin, W Li, GY Rao, XH Zhang, CL Huang, ...
Genetic resources and crop evolution 56, 937-946, 2009
652009
Male and female fertility of loosestrife (Lythrum) cultivars.
NO Anderson, PD Ascher
621993
A non-invasive crop ideotype to reduce invasive potential
NO Anderson, N Gomez, SM Galatowitsch
Euphytica 148, 185-202, 2006
542006
Temperature and GA3 effects on emergence and flowering of potted Paeonia lactiflora
MR Evans, NO Anderson, HF Wilkins
HortScience 25 (8), 923-924, 1990
501990
Phenotypic markers for selection of winter hardy garden chrysanthemum (Dendranthema× grandiflora Tzvelv.) genotypes
N Anderson, E Gesick
Scientia horticulturae 101 (1-2), 153-167, 2004
492004
Rapid generation cycling of chrysanthemum using laboratory seed development and embryo rescue techniques
NO Anderson, PD Ascher, RE Widmer, JJ Luby
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 115 (2), 329-336, 1990
491990
Minnesota horticultural industry survey on invasive plants
WL Peters, MH Meyer, NO Anderson
Euphytica 148, 75-86, 2006
482006
Intersimple sequence repeats distinguish genetic differences in Easter lily ‘Nellie White’clonal ramets within and among bulb growers over years
NO Anderson, A Younis, Y Sun
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 135 (5), 445-455, 2010
442010
How many marker loci are necessary? Analysis of dominant marker data sets using two popular population genetic algorithms
MF Nelson, NO Anderson
Ecology and evolution 3 (10), 3455-3470, 2013
422013
Congruity backcrossing as a means of creating genetic variability in self pollinated crops: seed morphology of Phaseolus vulgaris L. and P. acutifolius A. Gray …
NO Anderson, PD Ascher, K Haghighi
Euphytica 87, 211-224, 1996
411996
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