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    Breeding

   
   
  1. Ortiz, R. and N. Vorsa. 2004. Transmission of cyclical translocation in two cranberry cultivars. Hereditas 140:81-86.
  2. Vorsa, N. and J. Polashock. 2005. Alteration of anthocyanin glycosylation in cranberry through interspecific hybridization. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 130:711-715.
  3. Ranger, C.M., J. Johnson-Cicalese, S. Polavarapu and N. Vorsa. 2006. Evaluation of Vaccinium spp. Illinoia pepperi (Hemiptera: Aphididae) Performance and phenolic content. J. Econ. Entomol. 99:1474-1482.
  4. Ranger, C.M., A.P. Singh, J. Johnson-Cicalese, S. Polavarapu, and N. Vorsa. 2007. Intraspecific Variation in aphid resistance and constitutive phenolics exhibited by the wild blueberry Vaccinium darrowi. J. Chem. Ecol. 33:711–729.
   
    Health Related

   
   
  1. Durate, S., S. Gregoire, A.P. Singh, N. Vorsa, K. Schaich, W. H. Bowen, and H.  Koo. 2006. Inhibitory effects of cranberry polyphenols on formation and acidogenicity of Streptococcus mutans biofilms. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 257:50-56.
  2. Kalkunte, S.S., Singh, A.P., Chaves, F.C., Gianfagna, T.J., Pundir, V.S., Jaiswel, A.K., Vorsa, N., Sharma, S. 2007. Antidepressant and antistress activity of GC-MS characterized lipophilic extracts of Ginko biloba. Phytother. Res. 21:1061-1065.
  3. Gregoire, S., A.P. Singh, N. Vorsa, H. Koo. 2007. Influence of cranberry phenolics on glucan synthesis by glucosyltransferases and Streptococcus mutans acidogenicity. J. Applied Microbio. 103:1960–1968.
  4. Wilson, T. S.L. Meyers, A.P. Singh, P.J. Limburg, and N. Vorsa. 2008. Favorable Glycemic Response of Type 2 Diabetics. J. Food Sci. 73(9):H241-H245.
  5. Singh A.P. , R.K. Singh, K.K. Kim, K.S. Satyan, R. Nussbaum, M. Torres, L. Brard, N. Vorsa. 2009. Cranberry proanthocyanidins are cytotoxic to human cancer cells and sensitize platinum-resistant ovarian cancer cells to paraplatin. Phytotherapy Res. (Published online)
   
         
   

Blueberry Cultivar Releases

Highbush blueberry (in cooperation with USDA-ARS)- Duke (1985), Toro (1988), Nelson (1989), Sierra (1989), Sunrise (1990), Legacy (1993), Chanticleer (1997), Hannah=s Choice (1999), Clara=s Choice (1999)

Cranberry Cultivar Releases

Cranberry NJS98-23 (Crimson Queen), CNJ97-104-5 (Mullica Queen), NJS98-35 (Demoranville)