REFEREED PUBLICATIONS
 Last Updated: 04/06/2017
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(i) Barnish, G. and H. Ferris. 1966.   The effect of temperature on the twitch duration of the dorso-longitudinal flight muscles of Locusta migratoria migratorioides.    Proceedings and Transctions of the Rhodesia Scientific Association 51
2. Ferris, H.  1969.  The vertical distribution of the root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne javanica) in a Rhodesian sandy soil.  Rhodesian Journal of Agricultural Research 7:15-24.
4. Byrd, D. W., Jr., H. Ferris and C. J. Nusbaum.  1972.  A method for estimating number of eggs of Meloidogyne spp. in soil.  Journal of Nematology 4:266-269.
5. Nusbaum, C. J. and H. Ferris.  1973.  The role of cropping systems in nematode population management.  Annual Review of Phytopathology 11:423-440.
6. Ferris, H.  1974.  The effects of ridge height and plant spacing on the interaction between Meloidogyne arenaria and tobacco.  Tobacco Science 18:49-51.
 
7. Ferris, H.  1974.  Correlation of tobacco yield, value and root­knot index with early-to-midseason, and postharvest Meloidogyne population densities.  Journal of Nematology 6:75-81.
 
8. Ferris, H. and M. V. McKenry.  1974.  Seasonal fluctuations in the spatial distribution of nematode populations in a California vineyard.  Journal of Nematology 6:203-210.
 
9. Ferris, H. and M. V. McKenry.  1975.  Relationship of grapevine yield and growth to nematode densities.  Journal of Nematology 7:295-304.
 
10. Freckman, D. W., R. Mankau and H. Ferris.  1975.  Nematode community structure in desert soils:  nematode recovery.  Journal of Nematology 7:343-346.
 
11. Ferris, H. and M. V. McKenry.  1976.  Nematode community structure in a vineyard soil.  Journal of Nematology 8:131-137.
 
12. Ferris, H.  1976.  Observations on the distribution of Meloidogyne spp. in a vineyard soil.  Journal of Nematology 8:183-184.
 
13. Ferris, H., M. V. McKenry and H. E. McKinney.  1976.  Spatial distribution of nematodes in peach orchards.  Plant Disease Reporter 60:18-22.
 
14. Ferris, H. and M. V. McKenry.  1976.  A survey of nematode distribution in California vineyard soils.  Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 101:332-336.
 
15. Ferris, H.  1976.  Development of a computer-simulation model for a plant-nematode system.  Journal of Nematology 8:255-263.
 
16. Byrd, D. W., Jr., K. R. Barker, H. Ferris, C. J. Nusbaum, W. E. Griffin, R. H. Small and C. A. Stone.  1976.  Two semi-automatic elutriators for extracting nematodes and certain fungi from soil.  Journal of Nematology 8:206-212.
 
17. Ferris, H. and M. V. McKenry.  1977.  Vineyard management and nematode populations.  California Agriculture 31:6-7.
 
18. Ferris, H., S. DuVernay and R. H. Small.  1978.  Development of a soil-temperature data base on Meloidogyne arenaria for a simulation model.  Journal of Nematology 10:39-42.
 
19. Ferris, H.  1978.  Modification of a computer simulation model for a plant-nematode system.  Journal of Nematology 10:198-201.
 
20. Ferris, H.  1978.  Nematode economic thresholds:  derivation, requirements and theoretical considerations.  Journal of Nematology 10:341-350.
 
21. Ferris, H. and S. D. Van Gundy.  1979.  Meloidogyne ecology and host interrelationships.  Pp. 205-230 in F. Lamberti and C. E. Taylor, eds.  Root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.).  Systematics, Biology and Control.
 
22. McKenry, M. V. and H. Ferris.  1979.  Studies on the use of DBCP in vineyards.  Two years of efficacy data.  American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 30:38-44.
 
23. Ferris, H. and W. A. Hunt.  1979.  Quantitative apsects of the development of Meloidogyne arenaria larvae in grapevine varieties and rootstocks.  Journal of Nematology 11:168-174.
 
24. Goodell, P. B. and H. Ferris.  1980.  Plant-parasitic nematode distributions in an alfalfa field.  Journal of Nematology 12:136-141.
 
25. Goodell, P. B. and H. Ferris.  1980.  Graphic techniques for illustrating distribution data. Journal of Nematology 12:151-152.
 
26. Ferris, H.  1980.  Nematology - status and prospects:  practical implementation of quantitative approaches to nematology.  Journal of Nematology 12:164-170.
 
27. Ferris, H., W. D. Turner and L. W. Duncan.  1981.  An algorithm for fitting Seinhorst curves to the relationship between plant growth and preplant nematode densities.  Journal of Nematology 13:300-304.
 
28. Goodell, P. B. and H. Ferris.  1981.  Sample optimization for five plant-parasitic nematodes in an alfalfa field.  Journal of Nematology 13:304-313.
 
29. Ferris, H., P. B. Goodell and M. V. McKenry.  1981.  Sampling for nematodes.  California Agriculture 35:13-15.
 
30. Ferris, H.  1981.  Dynamic action thresholds for diseases induced by nematodes.  Annual Review of Phytopathology 19:427-436.
 
33. Ferris, H.  1981.  Mathematical approaches to the assessment of crop damage.  Pp. 405-420 in B. M. Zuckerman, ed.  Plant Parasitic Nematodes.  Academic Press.  New York.
 
34. Edongali, E. A., L. Duncan and H. Ferris.  1981.  Influence of salt concentrations on infectivity and development of Meloidogyne incognita on tomato.  Revue de Nematologie 25:111-117.
 
35. Edongali, E. A. and H. Ferris.  1981.  Effect of salinity and temperature on reproduction and egg hatching of Meloidogyne incognita in tomato.  Nematologica Mediterranea 9:123-132.
 
36. Ferris, H., S. M. Schneider and M. C. Stuth.  1982.  Probability of penetration and infection by Meloidogyne arenaria in grape cultivars.  American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 33:31-55.
 
37. Edongali, E. A. and H. Ferris.  1982.  Varietal response of tomato to the interaction of salinity and Meloidogyne incognita infection.  Journal of Nematology 14:57-62.
 
38. Duncan, L. W. and H. Ferris.  1982.  Interactions between phytophagous nematodes.  Pp. 29-51 in D. W. Freckman, ed.  Nematodes in Soil Ecosystems.  University of Texas Press, Austin.
 
40. Ferris, H.  1982.  The role of nematodes as primary consumers.  Pp. 3-13 in D. W. Freckman, ed.  Nematodes in Soil Ecosystems.  University of Texas Press, Austin.
 
41. Ball, D. A. and H. Ferris.  1982.  A technique for inoculating field sites with Meloidogyne eggs.  Journal of Nematology 14:420-422.
 
42. Duncan, L. W. and H. Ferris.  1983.  Validation of a model for prediction of host damage by two nematode species.  Journal of Nematology 15:227-234.
 
43. McKenry, M. V. and H. Ferris.  1983.  Nematodes.  Pp. 267-279 in T. Kommendahl, ed.  Challenging Problems in Plant Health.  American Phytopathological Society Press.  St. Paul.
 
45. Inserra, R. N., J. H. O'Bannon, M. Di Vito and H. Ferris1983.  Response of two alfalfa cultivars to Meloidogyne hapla.  Journal of Nematology 15:644-646.
 
46. Ferris, H.  1984.  Nematode damage functions:  the problems of experimental and sampling error.  Journal of Nematology 16:1-9.
 
47. Ferris, H., S. M. Schneider and M. C. Semenoff.  1984.  Distributed egg production functions for Meloidogyne arenaria in grape varieties, and consideration of the mechanistic relationship between plant and parasite.  Journal of Nematology 16:178-183.
 
48. Ferris, H.  1984.  Probability range in damage predictions as related to sampling decisions.  Journal of Nematology 16:246-251.
 
49. Inserra, R. M., M. Di Vito and H. Ferris1984.  Influence of Nacobbus aberrans densities on growth of sugarbeet and Kochia in pots.  Journal of Nematology 16:393-395.
 
50. Ferris, H.  1985.  Basic modeling strategies for nematode management.  Pp. 205-213 in Barker. Carter and Sasser, eds.  An Advanced Treatise on Meloidogyne.  Vol II.  Methodology. NC State Univ. Press, Raleigh.
 
51. Ferris, H.  1985.  Density-dependent nematode seasonal multiplication rates and overwinter survivorship:  a critical point model.  Journal of Nematology 17:93-100.
 
52. Ferris, H.  1985.  Population assessment and management strategies for plant-parasitic nematodes.  Agricultural, Ecosystems and Environment 12(1984/85):285-299.
 
53. Ferris, H.  1986.  Nematode population dynamics and management.  Pp. 180-204 in Leonard and Fry, eds.  Plant Disease Epidemiology.  MacMillan.  New York. 
 
54. Ferris, H.  1985.  Crop loss prediction and modeling for management decisions. Pp. 27-33 in B. M. Zuckerman, W. F. Mai and M. B. Harrison, eds.  Plant Nematology -- Laboratory Manual.  The University of Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, Amherst, MA.
 
55. Ferris, H.  1985.  Sampling precision and reliability.  Pp. 21-51 in B. M. Zuckerman, W. F. Mai and M. B. Harrison, eds. Plant Nematology -- Laboratory Manual.  The University of Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, Amherst, MA.
 
56. Noling, J. W. and H. Ferris.  1985.  Influence on Meloidogyne hapla on alfalfa yield and host population dynamics.  Journal of Nematology 17:415-421.
 
57. Ferris, H., D. A. Ball, L. W. Beem and L. A. Gudmundson.  1986.  Using nematode count data in crop management decisions.  California Agriculture 40:12-14.
 
58. Noling, J. W. and H. Ferris.  1986.  Influence of alfalfa plant growth on the multiplication rates and ceiling population density of Meloidogyne hapla.  Journal of Nematology 18:505-511.
 
59. Schneider, S. M. and H. Ferris.  1986.  Estimation of stage-specific developmental times and survivorship from stage frequency data.  Researches on Population Ecology 28:267-280.
 
60. Noling, J. W. and H. Ferris.  1987.  Nematode-degree days, a density-time model for relating epidemiology and crop losses in perennials.  Journal of Nematology 19:108-118.
 
61. Schmitt, D. P., H. Ferris and K. R. Barker.  1987.  Response of soybean to Heterodera glycines races 1 and 2 in different soil types.  Journal of Nematology 19:240-250.
62. Ferris, H.  1987.  Components and techniques of integrated pest management threshold determinations for soilborne pathogens.  Plant Disease 71:452-455.
 
63. Ferris, H.  1987.  Extraction efficiencies and population estimation.  Pp. 59-63 in J. A. Veech and D. W. Dickson (eds).  Vistas on Nematology.  Society of Nematologists, Hyattsville, MD.
 
64. Ferris, H. and L. T. Wilson.  1987.  Concepts and principles of population dynamics.  Pp. 372-376 in J. A. Veech and D. W. Dickson (eds).  Vistas on Nematology.  Society of Nematologists, Hyattsville, MD.
 
65. Schneider, S. M. and H. Ferris.  1987.  Stage-specific population  development and fecundity of Paratrichodorus minor.  Journal of Nematology 19:395-403.
 
66. Ferris, H. and J. W. Noling.  1987.  Analysis and prediction as a basis for management decisions.  In R. H. Brown and B. R. Kerry, eds.  Principles and Practice of Nematode Control in Crops.  Academic Press, New York.
 
67. Melakeberhan, H. and H. Ferris.  1988.  Growth and energy demand of Meloidogyne incognita on susceptible and resistant Vitis vinifera cultivars.  Journal of Nematology 20(4):545-554.
 
68. Melakeberhan, H., H. Ferris, M. V. McKenry and J. T. Gaspard.  1989.  Overwintering stages of Meloidogyne incognita in Vitis vinifera.  Journal of Nematology 32:74-80.
 
69. Melakeberhan, H. and H. Ferris.  1989.  Impact of Meloidogyne incognita on physiology efficiency of Vitis vinifera.  Journal of Nematology 21:74-80.
 
70. Jaffee, B. A., J. T. Gaspard, H. Ferris and A. E. Muldoon.  1988.  Quantification of parasitism of the soilborne nematode Criconemella xenoplax by the nematophagous fungus Hirsutella rhossiliensis.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 20:631-636.
 
71. Jaffee, B. A., J. T. Gaspard and H. Ferris.  1989.  Density-dependent parasitism of the soilborne nematode Criconemella xenoplax by the nematophagous fungus Hirsutella rhossiliensis.  Microbial Ecology 17:193-200.
 
72. Goodell, P. B. and H. Ferris.  1989.  Influence of environmental factors on the hatch and survival of Meloidogyne incognita from the San Joaquin Valley of California.  Journal of Nematology 21: 328-334.
 
73. Gaspard, J. T., B. A. Jaffee and H. Ferris.  1990.  Meloidogyne incognita survival in soil infested with Paecilomyces lilacinus and Verticillium chlamydosporium.  Journal of Nematology 22:176-181.
 
74. Gaspard, J. T., B. A. Jaffee and H. Ferris.  1990.  Association of Verticillium chlamydosporium and Paecilomyces lilacinus with root-knot nematode infested soil.  Journal of Nematology 22:207-213.
 
75. Melakeberhan, H., H. Ferris and J. M. Dias.  1990.  Physiological response of resistant and susceptible Vitis vinifera cultivars to Meloidogyne incognita.  Journal of Nematology 22:224-250.
 
76. Ferris, H., T. A. Mullens and K. E. Foord.  1990.  Stability and characteristics of spatial description parameters for nematode populations.  Journal of Nematology 22:427-439.
 
77. Rivera-Smith, C. E., H. Ferris and R. E. Voss.  1991.  The application of an excised root assay for the determination of susceptibility or resistance to root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp. Goeldi) in potatoes (Solanum spp. L.).  American Potato Journal 68:133-142.
 
78. Sultan, S. A. and H. Ferris.  1991.  The effect of soil moisture and soil particle size on the survival and population increase of Xiphinema index.  Revue de Nematologie 14:345-351.
 
79. Zheng, L. and H. Ferris.  1991.  Four types of dormancy exhibited by eggs of Heterodera schachtii.  Revue de Nematologie 14:419-426.
 
80. Greco, N., H. Ferris and A. Brandonisio.  1991.  Effect of Heterodera goettingiana population densities on the yield of pea, broad bean, and vetch.  Revue de Nematologie 14:619-624.
 
81. Harris, A.R. and H. Ferris.  1991.  Interactions between Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. tracheiphilum and Meloidogyne spp. in Vigna unguiculata.  1.  Effects of different inoculum densities on Fusarium wilt.  Plant Pathology 40:445-456.
 
82. Harris, A.R. and H. Ferris.  1991.  Interactions between Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. tracheiphilum and Meloidogyne spp. in Vigna unguiculata.  2.  Specificity of different taxa.  Plant Pathology 40:457-464.
 
83. Harris, A.R. and H. Ferris.  1991.  Interactions between Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. tracheiphilum and Meloidogyne spp. in Vigna unguiculata.  3.  Pathogenesis by F. o. tracheiphilum as affected by M. javanica and host cultivar.  Plant Pathology 40:465-475.
 
84. Umesh, K. C. and H. Ferris.  1992.  Effects of temperature on Pratylenchus neglectus and on its pathogenicity to barley.  Journal of Nematology 24:504-511.
 
85. Prot, J. C. and H. Ferris.  1992.  Sampling approaches for extensive surveys in nematology.  Journal of Nematology 24:757-764.
 
86. Ferris, H. and N. Greco.  1992.  Management strategies for Heterodera goettingiana in a vegetable cropping system in Italy.  Fundamental and Applied Nematology  15:25-33.
 
87. Ferris, H., C. E. Castro, E. P. Caswell, B. A. Jaffee, P. A. Roberts, B. B. Westerdahl and V. M. Williamson.  1992.  Biological approaches to the management of plant-parasitic nematodes.  Pp. 68-101 in J. P. Madden (ed)  Beyond Pesticides:  Biological approaches to pest management in California.  University of California Press.  183p.
 
88. Ferris, H.  1993.  New frontiers in nematode ecology.  Journal of Nematology 25:374-382.
 
89. Ferris, H. and J. C. Prot.  1993.  Masked trends in field data: nematode population assessments as an example.  Ecological Modelling 69:243-265.
 
90. Ferris, H., H. L. Carlson, D. R. Viglierchio, B. B. Westerdahl, F. F. Wu, C. E. Anderson, A. Juurma and D. W. Kirby.  1993.  Host status of selected crops to Meloidogyne chitwoodi.  Annals of Applied Nematology 25:849-857.
 
91. Jaffee, B. A., H. Ferris, J. J. Stapleton, M. V. K.Norton, and A. E. Muldoon.  1994.  Parasitism of nematodes by the fungus Hirsutella rhossiliensis as affected by certain organic amendments.  Journal of Nematology 26:152-161.
 
92. Ferris, H., H. L. Carlson and B. B. Westerdahl.  1994.  Nematode population changes under crop rotation sequences:  consequences for potato production.  Agronomy Journal 86:340-348.
 
93. Umesh, K. C. and H. Ferris.  1994.  Influence of temperature and host plant on the interaction between Pratylenchus neglectus and Meloidogyne chitwoodi.  Journal of Nematology 26:65-71.
 
94. Umesh, K. C. and H. Ferris and D. Bayer.  1994.  Competition between the plant-parasitic nematodes Pratylenchus neglectus and Meloidogyne chitwoodi.  Journal of Nematology 26:286-295.
 
95. Lanini, W.T., F. Zalom, J.J. Marois and H. Ferris.  1994.  Researchers find short-term insect problems, long-term weed problems.  California Agriculture 48(5):27-33.
 
96. Scow, K.M., O. Somasco, N. Gunapala, S. Lau, R. Venette, H. Ferris, R. Miller and C. Shennan.  1994.  Transition from conventional to low-input agriculture changes soil biology and fertility.  California Agriculture 48(5):20-26.
 
97. Temple, S.R., D.B. Friedman, O. Somasco, H. Ferris, K. Scow and K. Klonsky.  1994.  An interdisciplinary, experiment station-based participatory comparison of alternative crop management systems for California's Sacramento Valley.  American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 9:64-71.
 
98. Barker, K. R., R. S. Hussey, L. R. Krusberg, G. W. Bird, R. A. Dunn, H. Ferris, V. R. Ferris, D. W. Freckman, C. J. Gabriel, P. S. Grewal, A. E. MacGuidwin, D. L. Riddle, P. A. Roberts and D. P. Schmitt.  1994.  Plant and soil nematodes:  Societal impact and focus for the future.  Journal of Nematology 26:127-137.
 
99. Mojtahedi, H., G. S. Santo, C. R. Brown, H. Ferris, V. M. Williamson  1994.  A new host race of Meloidogyne chitwoodi from California.  Plant Disease 78:1010.
 
100. Walker, M. A., H. Ferris and M. Eyre.  1994.  Resistance in Vitis and Muscadinia species to Meloidogyne incognita.  Plant Disease 78:1055-1058.
 
101. Underwood, T., B. A. Jaffee, P. Verdegaal, M. V. K. Norton, W. K. Asai, A. E. Muldoon, M. V. McKenry and H. Ferris.  1994.  Effect of lime on Criconemella xenoplax and bacterial canker in two California orchards.  Journal of Nematology 26:606-611.
 
102. Ferris, H., S. Lau and R. Venette.  1995.  Population energetics of bacterial-feeding nematodes:  respiration and metabolic rates based on carbon dioxide production.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 27:319-330.
 
103. Ferris, H., R. C. Venette and S. S. Lau.  1996.  Dynamics of nematode communities in tomatoes grown in conventional and organic farming systems, and their impact on soil fertility.  Applied Soil Ecology 3:161-175.
 
104. Ferris, H., M. Eyre, R. C. Venette and S. S. Lau.  1996.  Population energetics of bacterial-feeding nematodes:  stage-specific development and fecundity rates.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 28:271-280.
 
105. Burt, O. R. and H. Ferris.  1996.  Sequential decision rules for managing nematodes with crop rotations.  Journal of Nematology 28:457-474.
 
106. Ferris, H., R. C. Venette and S. S. Lau.  1997.  Population energetics of bacterial-feeding nematodes:  Carbon and Nitrogen budgets.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 29:1183-1194.
 
107. Venette, R. C. and H. Ferris.  1997.  Thermal constraints to population growth of bacterial-feeding nematodes.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 29:63-74.
 
108. Fuller, M. E., K. M. Scow, S. S. Lau and H. Ferris.  1997.  Trichloroethylene (TCE) and toluene effects on the structure and function of the soil community.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 29:75-89.
 
109. Lau, S. S., M. E. Fuller, H. Ferris, R. C. Venette and K. M. Scow.  1997.  Development and testing of an assay for soil-ecosystem health using the bacterial-feeding nematode Cruznema tripartitum.  Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 36:133-139.
 
110. Venette, R. C., F. A. M. Mostafa and H. Ferris.  1997.  Trophic interactions between bacterial-feeding nematodes and the nematophagous fungus Hirsutella rhossiliensis in plant rhizospheres to suppress Heterodera schachtii.  Plant and Soil 191:213-223.
 
111. Jaffee, B. A., H. Ferris and K. M. Scow.  1998.  Nematode-trapping fungi in organic and conventional cropping systems. Phytopathology 88:344-349.
 
112. Clark, M. S., H. Ferris, K. Klonsky, W. T. Lanini, A. H. C. van Bruggen and F. G. Zalom.  1998.  Agronomic, economic, and environmental comparison of pest management in conventional and alternative tomato and corn systems in northern California.  Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 68:51-71.
 
113. Venette, R. C. and H. Ferris.  1998.  Influence of bacterial type and density on population growth of bacterial-feeding nematodes.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30:949-960.
 
114. Gunapala, N., R. C. Venette, H. Ferris and K. M. Scow.  1998.  Effects of soil management history on the rate of organic matter decomposition..  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30:1917-1927.
 
115. Schmitt, D. P. and H. Ferris.  1998.  Pathogenicity and damage levels.  Pp 239-265 in S. B. Sharma (Ed.).  The Cyst Nematodes.  Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.  452p.
 
116. Ferris, H., R. C. Venette, H. R. van der Meulen and S. S. Lau1998.  Nitrogen mineralization by bacterial-feeding nematodes:  verification and measurement.  Plant and Soil 203:159-171.
 
117. Clark, M.S., W.R. Horwath, C. Shennan, K.M. Scow, W.T. Lanini and H. Ferris.  1999.  Nitrogen, weeds and water as yield-limiting factors in conventional, low-input, and organic tomato systems.  Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 73:257-270.
 
118. Bongers, T. and H. Ferris.  1999.  Nematode community structure as a bioindicator in environmental monitoring.  Trends in Evolution and Ecology 14:224-228.
 
119. Chen, J. and H. Ferris.  1999.  The effects of nematode grazing on nitrogen mineralization during fungal decomposition of organic matter.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 31:1265-1279.
 
120. Ferris, H. and L. Zheng.  1999.  Plant sources of Chinese herbal remedies:  Effects on Pratylenchus vulnus and Meloidogyne javanica.  Journal of Nematology 31:241-263.
 
121. Chen, J. and H. Ferris.  2000.  Growth and nitrogen mineralization of selected fungi and fungal-feeding nematodes on sand amended with organic matter.  Plant and Soil 218:91-101.
 
122. Poudel, D.D., H. Ferris, K. Klonsky, W.R. Horwath, K.M. Scow, A.H.C. van Bruggen,W.T. Lanini, J.P. Mitchell, and S.R. Temple.  2001.  The sustainable agriculture farming system project in California's Sacramento Valley. Outlook on Agriculture 30:109-116.
 
123. Chen, J., H. Ferris, K. M. Scow, and K. J. Graham.  2001.  Fatty acid composition and dynamics of selected fungal-feeding nematodes and fungi.  Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 130:135-144.
 
124. Chen, J., J.R. Carey, and H. Ferris.  2001.  Comparative demography of isogenic populations of Caenorhabditis elegans.  Experimental Gerontology 36:431-440.
 
125. Ferris, H., T. Bongers, and R. G. M. de Goede.  2001.  A framework for soil food web diagnostics:  extension of the nematode faunal analysis concept.  Applied Soil Ecology 18:13-29.
 
126. Zheng, L., and H. Ferris.  2001.  Effect of 58 herbal medicines on the plant-parasitic nematodes Meloidogyne javanica and Pratylenchus vulnus.  Acta Phytopathologica Sinica 31:175-183 (in Chinese).
 
127. Okada, H., and H. Ferris.  2001.  Temperature effects on growth and nitrogen mineralization of fungi and fungal-feeding nematodes.  Plant and Soil 234:253-262.
 
128. Kim, D.G. and H. Ferris  2002.  Relationship between crop losses and initial population densities of Meloidogyne arenaria in winter-grown oriental melon in Korea.  Journal of Nematology 34:45-49.
 
129. Zasada, I.A., H. Ferris and L. Zheng.  2002.  Plant sources of Chinese herbal remedies: laboratory efficacy, suppression of Meloidogyne javanica in soil and phytotoxicity assays.  Journal of Nematology 34:124-129.
 
130. Semenov, V.M., A.M. Semenov, A.H.C. van Bruggen, H. Ferris and T.V. Kuznetsova.  2002. Transformation of nitrogen in soil and plant residues by microbial communities and microfauna.  Agrochemistry 1:5-11. (in Russian).
 
131. Ferris, H., K.M. Jetter, I.A. Zasada, J.J. Chitambar, R.C. Venette, K.M. Klonsky, and J.O. Becker.  2003.  Risk assessment of plant-parasitic nematodes.  Pp 99-119 in D. Sumner (ed.) Exotic Pests and Diseases: Biology and Economics for Biosecurity. Iowa State Press, Ames.
 
132.  Phillips, D.A., H. Ferris, D.R. Cook and D.R. Strong.  2003.  Molecular control points in rhizosphere food webs. Ecology 84:816-826.
 
133. Ferris, H. and M. Matute 2003.  Structural and functional succession in the nematode fauna of a soil food web.  Applied Soil Ecology 23:93-110.
 
134. Berkelmans, R., H. Ferris, M. Tenuta, A.H.C. van Bruggen. 2003. Effects of long-term crop management on nematode trophic levels other than plant feeders disappear after one year of disruptive soil management. Applied Soil Ecology 23:223-235.
 
135. Zasada, I.A. and H. Ferris. 2003. Sensitivity of Meloidogyne javanica and Tylenchulus semipenetrans to isothiocyanates in laboratory assays.  Phytopathology 93:747-750.
 
136. Zasada I.A., H. Ferris, C.L. Elmore, J.A. Roncoroni, J.D. MacDonald, L.R. Bolkan and L.E. Yakabe. 2003.  Field application of brassicaceous amendments for control of soilborne pests and pathogens. Online. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2003-1120-01-RS http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/php/research/2003/amend/.
 
137. Ferris, H., R.C. Venette and K.M. Scow. 2004. Soil management to enhance bacterivore and fungivore nematode populations and their nitrogen mineralization function.  Applied Soil Ecology 24:19-35.
 
138.  Ferris, H. 2004. Nematodes: Ecology. Pp 809-812 in R. M. Goodman (ed) Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science. Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York. http://www.dekker.com/servlet/product/productid/E-EPCS
 
139. Ferris, H., T. Bongers and R. De Goede. 2004. Nematode faunal analyses to assess food web enrichment and connectance. In R.C. Cook and D.J. Hunt (eds) Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Nematology. Nematology Monographs and Perspectives 2. Brill, Netherlands. 866p.
 
140. Ruess, L. and H. Ferris. 2004. Decomposition pathways and successional changes. In R.C. Cook and D.J. Hunt (eds) Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Nematology. Nematology Monographs and Perspectives 2. Brill, Netherlands. 866p.
 
141. Brown, D.H., H. Ferris, S. Fu and R. Plant. 2004. Positive feedback in a model food web. Theoretical Population Biology 65:143-152.
 
142. Zasada, I.A. and H. Ferris. 2004. Nematode suppression with brassicaceous amendments: application based upon glucosinolate profiles. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36:1017-1024.
 
143. Tenuta, M. and H. Ferris. 2004. Relationship between nematode life-history classification and sensitivity to stressors: ionic and osmotic effects of nitrogenous solutions.  Journal of Nematology 36:85-94.
 
144. Ferris, H., M.V. McKenry, B.A. Jaffee, C.E. Anderson, and A. Juurma. 2004. Population characteristics and dosage trajectory analysis for Mesocriconema xenoplax in California Prunus orchards.  Journal of Nematology 36:505-516.
 
145. Fu, S., H. Ferris, D. Brown and R. Plant. 2005. Does the positive feedback effect of nematodes on the biomass and activity of their bacteria prey vary with nematode species and population size?  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37:1979-1987.
 
146. Chitambar, J.J. and H. Ferris. 2005. Geocenamus angelescresti n. sp., a diagnostic key and compendium to the species of the genus Geocenamus Thorne and Malek, 1968 (Nematode Belonolaimidae) Journal of Nematology 37:429-437.
 
147. Cavagnaro, T.R., L.E. Jackson, J. Six, H. Ferris, S. Goyal, D. Asami and K.M. Scow. 2006. Arbuscular mycorrhizas, microbial communities, nutrient availability, and soil aggregates in organic tomato production. Plant and Soil 282 209-225.
 
148. Phillips, D.A., T.C. Fox, H. Ferris and J.C. Moore. 2006. Increases in atmospheric CO2 and the soil food web. Pp 413-428 in J. Nösberger, S.P. Long, R.J. Norby, M. Stitt, G.R. Hendrey and H. Blum (eds) Managed Ecosystems and CO2: Case studies, processes and perspectives.  Springer-Verlag.  Berlin. 457pp.
 
149. Ferris, H. and T. Bongers. 2006. Nematode indicators of organic enrichment. Journal of Nematology 38:3-12.
 
150. Sánchez-Moreno, S., H. Minoshima, H. Ferris and L.E. Jackson. 2006. Linking soil properties and nematode community composition: effects of soil management on soil food webs. Nematology 8:703-715.
 
151. Sánchez-Moreno, S. and H. Ferris. 2007. Suppressive service of the soil food web: Effects of environmental management. Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment 119:75-87.
 
152. Fu, S. and H. Ferris. 2006. Plant species, atmospheric CO2 and soil N interactively or additively control C allocation within plant-soil systems.  Science in China: Series C. Life Sciences 49:1-10.
 
153. Minoshima, H., L.E. Jackson, T.R. Cavagnaro, S. Sánchez-Moreno, H. Ferris, S.R. Temple, S. Goyal and J.P. Mitchell. 2007. Soil food webs and carbon dynamics in response to conservation tillage in legume rotations in California. Soil Science Society of America Journal 71:952-963.
 
154. Ferris, H. 2007. Stichosomida. McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology. http://accesscience.com/abstract.aspx?id=757377&referURL=http%3a%2f%2faccesscience.com%2fcontent.aspx%3fid%3d757377.
 
155. Minoshima, H., L. E. Jackson, T. R. Cavagnaro and H. Ferris. 2007. Short-term fates of carbon-13-depleted cowpea shoots in no-till and standard tillage soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 71:1859-1866.
 
156. Sánchez-Moreno, S., H. Ferris, N. Guil. 2008. Role of tardigrades in the suppressive service of a soil food web. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 124:187-192.
 
157. Sánchez-Moreno, S., S. Smukler. H. Ferris, A.T. O’Geen and L.E. Jackson. 2008. Nematode diversity, food web condition, and chemical and physical properties in different soil habitats of an organic farm.  Biology and Fertility of Soils 44:727-744.
 
158. Ferris, H. and H. Melakeberhan. 2008. Nematode physiology: Significant developments in the understanding of the biology of simple eukaryotic animals. In J.M. Webster, K.B. Eriksson and D.G. McNamara (eds) An Anecdotal History of Nematology. Pensoft Publishers, Sofia-Moscow.
 
159. Shao, Y., W. Zhang, J. Shen, L. Zhou, H. Xia, W. Shu, H. Ferris and S. Fu. 2008. Nematodes as indicators of soil recovery in tailings of a lead/zinc mine. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40:2040-2046.
 
160. Sánchez-Moreno, S., H. Ferris, N.L. Nicola and F.G. Zalom. 2009. Effects of agricultural management on nematode – mite assemblages: soil food web indices as predictors of mite community composition. Applied Soil Ecology 41:107-117.
 
161. Leroy, B.L.M., De Sutter, N., Ferris, H., Moens, M., and Reheul, D. 2009. Short-term nematode population dynamics as influenced by the quality of exogenous organic matter. Nematology 11: 23-38.
 
162. DuPont, S.T., H. Ferris, and M. Van Horn. 2009. Cover crop quality and quantity affect soil food webs and nutrient cycling in soils. Applied Soil Ecology 41:157-167.
 
163. Yeates, G.W.; Ferris, H.; Moens, T.; van der Putten, W.H. 2009: The role of nematodes in ecosystems. Chapter 1 in: "Nematodes as Environmental Bioindicators". Editors: M.J. Wilson and T. Kakouli-Duarte. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp 1-44.
 
164. Ferris, H. and Bongers, T. 2009. Indices for analysis of nematode assemblages.  Chapter 5 in: "Nematodes as Environmental Bioindicators". Editors: M.J. Wilson and T. Kakouli-Duarte. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp 124-145.
 
165. Ferris, H. 2009. The beer mat nematode: A study of the connectedness of scientific discovery. Journal of Nematode Morphology and Systematics 12:19-25.
 
166. Ferris H. 2010. Form and function: metabolic footprints of nematodes in the soil food web. European Journal of Soil Biology 46:97-104.
 
167. Glover, J.D., S.W. Culman, S.T. DuPont, W. Broussard, L. Young, M.E. Mangan, J. Mai, T.E. Crews, L.R. DeHaan, D.H. Buckley, H. Ferris, R.E. Turner, H.L. Reynolds, and D.L. Wyse. 2010.  Harvested perennial grasslands provide ecological benchmarks for agricultural sustainability. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 137:3-12.
 
168. Culman, S.W., DuPont, S.T.,, Glover, J.D. , Buckley, D.H., Fick, G.W.., Ferris, H., and Crews, T.E. 2010. Long-term impacts of high-input annual cropping and unfertilized perennial grass production on soil properties and belowground food webs in Kansas, USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 137:13-24.
 
169. DuPont, S.T., S.W. Culman, H. Ferris, D.H. Buckley, and J.D. Glover, 2010. No-tillage conversion of hayed perennial grassland to annual cropland reduces root biomass, decreases active carbon stocks, and impacts soil biota. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 137:25-32.
 
170. Cid del Prado, I., H. Ferris and S.A. Nadler. 2010. Soil inhabiting nematodes of the genera Trischistoma, Tripylina and Tripyla from México and the USA with descriptions of new species. Journal of Nematode Morphology and Systematics 13-28-49.
 
171. Young-Mathews, Anna, Steven W. Culman, Sara Sánchez-Moreno, A. Toby O’Geen, Howard Ferris, Allan D. Hollander and Louise E. Jackson. 2010. Plant-soil biodiversity relationships and nutrient retention in agricultural riparian zones of the Sacramento Valley, California. Agroforestry Systems 80:41-60.
 
172. Culman, Steven W., Anna Young-Mathews, Allan D. Hollander, Howard Ferris, Sara Sánchez-Moreno, Anthony T. O’Geen, Louise E. Jackson. 2010. Biodiversity is associated with indicators of soil ecosystem functions over a landscape gradient of agricultural intensification.  Landscape Ecology 25:1333-1348.
 
173. Ferris, H. 2010. Contribution of nematodes to the structure and function of the soil food web.  Journal of Nematology 42:63-67.
 
174. Smukler, S.M., Sánchez-Moreno, S., Fonte, S.J., Ferris, H., Klonsky, K., O’Geen, A.T., Scow, K.M., Steenwerth, K.L., Jackson, L.E. 2010. Biodiversity and multiple ecosystem functions in an organic farmscape. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 139:80-97. (with supplement).
 
175.   Briar, S.S., Fonte, S.J., Park, I. Six, J., Scow, K. and Ferris, H. 2011.  Farm management and soil aggregate controls on nematodes and soil microbial communities.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43:905-914.
 
176. Tomich, T.P., Brodt, S., Ferris, H., Galt, R., Horwath, W.R., Kebreab, E., Leveau, J., Liptzin, D., Lubell, M., Merel, P., Michelmore, R., Rosenstock, T., Scow, K., Six, J., Williams, N., Yang, L. 2011. Agroecology: A review from a global-change perspective. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 36 193-222.
 
177. Sánchez-Moreno, S., Ferris, H., Young-Matthews, A., Culman, S.W., Jackson, L.E. 2011. Abundance, diversity and connectance of soil food web channels along environmental gradients in an agricultural landscape.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43:2374-2383. 
 
178. Briar, S.S., Anna Young-Mathews, Young-Matthews, A., Culman, S.W., Jackson, L.E, Ferris, H. 2012. Nematode community responses to a moisture gradient and grazing along a restored riparian corridor.  European Journal of Soil Biology 50:32-38.
179. Ferris, Howard, Luis E. Pocasangre, Edgardo Serrano, Jorge Muñoz, Socorro Garcia, Guillermo Perichi and Gustavo Martinez. 2012. Diversity and complexity complement apparent competition: nematode assemblages in banana plantations. Acta Oecologica 40:11-18.

180.  Ferris, H., Sánchez-Moreno, S. and Brennan, E.B. 2012. Structure, functions and interguild relationships of the soil nematode assemblage in organic vegetable production. Applied Soil Ecology 61:16-25.

181.  Ferris, H., Robbins, R., Yeates, G. 2012. Atypical development in plant and soil nematodes.  Journal of Nematology 44:1-6. 

182.  Ferris, H., Griffiths, B.S., Porazinska, D.L., Powers, T.O., Wang, K-H., Tenuta, M. 2012. Reflections on nematode ecology: Past, present and future. Journal of Nematology 44:115-126.

183.  Noling, J. and Ferris, H. 2012.  Management of parasitic nematodes.  Chapter 7, pp 65-76 in Davis, R.M., Pernezny, K., Broome, J.C. (eds) Tomato Health Management. APS Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA 191p.

184.  Cid del Prado Vera, I., Ferris, H., Nadler, S.A., Lamothe Argumedo, R. 2012. Four new species of Tripylina Brzeski, 1963 (Enoplida: Tripylidae) from México, with an emended diagnosis of the genus.  Journal of Nematode Morphology and Systematics 15: 71-86.

185.  Ferris, H., Zheng, L. and Walker, M.A.  2012. Resistance of grape rootstocks to plant-parasitic nematodes.  Journal of Nematology 44:385-394.

186.  Ferris, H., Zheng, L. and Walker, M.A.  2013. Soil temperature effects on the interaction of grape rootstocks and plant-parasitic nematodes. Journal of Nematology 45:48-56.

187. Ferris, H. 2012 Nematodes as Bioindicators.  Pp677-698 in Manzanilla-Lopez, R. and Marban Mendoza, N. (eds) Practical Plant Nematology.  Bibliotyeca Basica de Agricultura, Chapingo, Mexico.

188. Williamson, V.M., Thomas, V., Ferris, H., and Dubcovsky, J. 2013. A translocation from Aegilops ventricosa transferred to common wheat carries a resistance gene against root-knot nematodes. Crop Science 53:1412-1418. Doi: 10.2135/cropsci2012.12.0681

189. Sieriebriennikov, B., Ferris, H., de Goede, R.G.M. 2014. NINJA: An automated calculation system for nematode-based biological monitoring. European Journal of Soil Biology 61:90-93.

190. Hodson, A.K., Ferris, H., Hollander, A.D., and Jackson, L.E. 2014. Soil food webs associated with native perennial plant species and soil nutrient pools in California riparian oak woodlands. Geoderma 228–229:182–191.

191. DuPont, S. T., Beniston, J., Glover, J.D., Hodson, A, Culman, S.W., Lal, R., Ferris, H. 2014. Root traits and soil properties in harvested perennial grassland, annual wheat, and never-tilled annual wheat. Plant and Soil. Plant Soil DOI 10.1007/s11104-014-2145-2

192. Ferris, H. and Kaya, H.K. 2014. Dewey John Raski (1917-2014). Nematology 16:749-750.

193. Ferris, H. 2014. Soil ecosystem management in sustainable agriculture: Preface. In:  Stirling, G.R. Biological Control of Plant-parasitic Nematodes, 2nd Edition. CABI, Wallingford, UK. 510p.

194. Ferris H., Tuomisto, H. 2015. Unearthing the role of biological diversity in soil health. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 85:101-109.

195. Pocasangre, L.E., Perez Vicente, L., Ferris, H. 2015. Banana plant disease management in organic agriculture. In Finckh, M.R., Van Bruggen, A.H.C., Tamm, L. (eds) Plant Diseases and their Management in Organic Agriculture. APS Press. 414p.

196. Cardoso, M. de O., Pedrosa, E.M.R., Ferris, H., Rolim, M.M., Vicente, T.F. da S., David, M.F. de L. 2015. Comparing sugarcane fields and forest fragments: the effect of disturbance on soil physical properties and nematode assemblages. Soil Use and Management. doi: 10.1111/sum.12190

197. Ferris, H., Hieb, W.F. 2015. Ellsworth C. Dougherty:  A Pioneer in the Selection of Caenorhabditis elegans as a Model Organism. Genetics 200:991-1002.

198. Zasada, I.A., Ferris, H., McKenry, M,V. 2015. Nematode Parasites of Grapevines. In Wilcox, W.F., Gubler, W.D., Uyemoto, J.K. (eds) Compendium of Grape Diseases, Disorders, and Pests, Second Edition. APS Press. 240p.

199. Steel, H. and Ferris, H. 2016. Soil nematode assemblages indicate the potential for biological regulation of pest species. Acta Oecologica 73:87-96.

200. Cid del Prado-Vera, I., Ferris, H., Nadler, S.A. 2016. Five new species of the family Trischistomatidae (Nematoda: Enoplida) from North and Central America, with keys to the species of Trischistoma and Tripylina. Zootaxa 4109(2):173-197

 201. Cid del Prado-Vera, I., Ferris, H., Nadler, S.A. 2016. Five new species of the genus Tripylella (Nematoda: Enoplida: Tripylidae). Zootaxa 4109(2):198-217.

202. Mitchell, J., Harben, R., Sposito, G., Shrestha, A., Munk, D., Miyao, G., Southard, R., Ferris, H., Horwath, W.R., Kueneman, E., Fisher, J., Bottens, M., Hogan, P., Roy, R., Komar, J., Beck, D., Reicosky, D., Leinfelder-Miles, M., Aegerter, B., Six, J., Barcellos, T., Giacomazzi, D., Sano, A., Sanchez, J., Crowell, M., Diener, J., Cordova, D., Cordova, T., Rossiter, J. 2016. Conservation agriculture: Systems thinking for sustainable farming. California Agriculture 70(2):53-56.

203. Cardoso, M.S.O., Pedrosa, E.M.R., Ferris, H., Rolim, M.M., Oliveira, L.S.C. 2016. Nematode fauna of tropical rainforest in Brazil: A descriptive and seasonal approach. Journal of Nematology 48:116-125.

204. Peraza-Padilla, W., Archidona-Yuste, A., Ferris, H., Zamora-Araya, T., Cantalapiedra-Navarette, C., Palomares-Rius, J.E., Subbotin, S., Castillo, P. 2016.  Molecular characterization of pseudomonodelphic dagger nematodes of the genus Xiphinema Cobb, 1913 (Nematoda: Longidoridae) in Costa Rica, with notes on Xiphinema setariae Tarjan, 1964. European Journal of Plant Pathology DOI 10.1007/s10658-016-1124-2

 

205.  Zhang, X., Ferris, H., Mitchell, J., Liang, W. 2017. Ecosystem services of the soil food web after long-term application of agricultural management practices. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 111:36-43.