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Donald Champagne

Defense-Related Gene Expression Following an Orthotospovirus Infection Is Influenced by Host Resistance in Arachis hypogaea

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Don Champagne

Regional Survey of Diamondback Moth (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) Response to Maximum Dosages of Insecticides in Georgia and Florida

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Comparison of transcriptomes of an orthotospovirus vector and non-vector thrips species

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