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Kalcsits L, Valverdi N, Reid M. 2020. Timing of water limitations affects source to sink differences in δ13C composition in apple. Acta Horticulturae; In Press.

Kalcsits L., Northfield T. 2020. Insect feeding location determines interactions between biotic and environmental stressors in trees. Tree Physiology. Pending Revisions. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpaa003

Morales-Quintana, L., Waite, J.M., Kalcsits, L., Torres, C.A. and Ramos, P., 2020. Sun injury on apple fruit: Physiological, biochemical and molecular advances, and future challengesScientia Horticulturae260: 108866.

Valverdi, NA, Cheng L, Kalcsits L. 2019. Apple scion and rootstock contribute to nutrient uptake and partitioning under different belowground environments. Agronomy, 9(8), 415.

Serban C, Kalcsits L, DeEll J, Mattheis J. Responses of ‘Honeycrisp’ apples to short-term controlled atmosphere storage established during temperature conditioning. 2019. HortScience, 54(9):1532-1539.

Mupambi G, Layne DR, Kalcsits L, Musacchi S, Serra S, Schmidt T, Hanrahan I. 2019. TB60E: Use of protective netting in Washington State Apple production. Washington State University Extension.

Kalcsits L, Mattheis J, Giordani L, Reid M, Mullin K. 2019. Fruit canopy positioning affects fruit calcium and potassium concentrations, disorder incidence, and fruit quality for Honeycrisp apple. Canadian Journal of Plant Sciences, 99(5): 761-771.

Pio R, de Souza F, Kalcsits L, Bisi R, and Farias D. 2019. Advances in the production of temperate fruits in the tropics. Acta Scientiarum Agronomy, 41: e39549.

Kalcsits L, van der Heijden G, Waliullah S, Giordani L. 2019. S-ABA induced changes in root to shoot partitioning of soil-applied 44Ca in apple (Malus domestica (Borkh.). Trees: Structure and Function, 33(2): 433-442.

Serban C, Kalcsits L. 2018. Altering shoot extension did not affect bitter pit incidence in ‘Honeycrisp’ apple. HortScience, 53(12): 1827–1834.

Kalcsits L, Asteggiano L, Schmidt T, Serra S, Layne D, Mupambi G. 2018. Shade netting reduces sunburn damage and soil moisture depletion in ‘Granny Smith’ apples. Acta Horticulturae, 1228: 85-90.

Mupambi G, Layne D., Musacchi S, Serra S, Schmidt T, Kalcsits LA. 2018. Protective netting improves leaf-level photosynthetic light use efficiency in ‘Honeycrisp’ apple under heat stress. HortScience, 53 (10), 1-7.

Hargarten H, Waliullah S, Kalcsits L, Honaas L. 2018. Leveraging transcriptome data for enhanced targeted gene expression analysis in apple. Journal of American Society for Horticultural Science, 143 (5), 333-346.

Mupambi G, Anthony B., Layne D., Musacchi S, Serra S, Schmidt T, Kalcsits L. 2018. The influence of protective netting on tree physiology and fruit quality of apple: A review. Scientia Horticulturae, 236: 60-72.

Jarolmasjed S, Sankaran S, Kalcsits L, Khot L. 2018. Proximal hyperspectral sensing of stomatal conductance to monitor the efficacy of exogenous abscisic acid applications in apple trees. Crop Protection, 109: 42-50.

Kalcsits L, van der Heijden G, Reid M, Mullin K. 2017. Calcium absorption during fruit development in ‘Honeycrisp’ apple measured using 44Ca as a stable isotope tracer. HortScience, 52 (12), 1804-1809.

Tanino K, Willick I, Hamilton K, Vijayan P, Jiang Y, Brar GS, Yu P, Kalcsits L, Lahlali R, Smith B, Fowler B. 2017. Chemotyping using synchrotron mid-infrared and x-ray spectroscopy to improve agricultural production. Canadian Journal of Plant Sciences, 97(6), 982-996.

Zúñiga CE, Jarolmasjed S, Kalcsits LA, Sinhal R, Zhang C, Dhingra A, Sankaran S. 2017. Spectrometric techniques for elemental profile analysis associated with bitter pit in apples. Postharvest Biology and Technology, 128, 121-129.

Kalcsits LA, Mupambi G, Serra A, Musacchi S, Layne DR, Schmidt T, Mendoza M, Asteggiano L, Jarolmasjed S, Sindhuja S, Khot LR, Zúñiga Espinoza C. 2017. Above and below-ground environmental changes associated with the use of photoselective protective netting to reduce sunburn in apple. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 237–238: 9-17.

Kalcsits LA, Guy RD. 2016. Genotypic variation in nitrogen isotope discrimination in Populus balsamifera L. clones grown with either nitrate or ammonium. Journal of Plant Physiology, 201: 54-61. Access/Researchgate

Kalcsits L. 2016. Non-destructive measurement of calcium and potassium in apple and pear using handheld X-ray fluorescence. Frontiers in Plant Sciences, 7(442).

S Serra, Kalcsits L, Giordani L, Leisso R, Musacchi S. 2016. Crop load influences fruit quality, nutritional balance and return bloom in ‘Honeycrisp’ apple. HortScience, 2016; 51:236-244.  

Kalcsits LA, Guy RD. 2016. Variation in fluxes estimated from nitrogen isotope discrimination correspond with independent measures of nitrogen flux in Populus balsamifera L. Plant, Cell and Environment, 39: 310–319.

Kalcsits LA, Min X, Guy RD. 2015. Interspecific variation in leaf-root differences in δ15N among three tree species grown with either nitrate or ammonium. Trees: Structure and Function, 29(4): 1069-1078.

Kalcsits LA, Buschhaus HA, Guy RD. 2014. Nitrogen isotope discrimination as an integrated measure of nitrogen fluxes, assimilation and allocation in plants. Physiologia Plantarum, 151(3):293-304.

Kalcsits LA, Guy RD. 2013. Quantifying remobilization of pre-existing nitrogen from new growth of woody plants using 15N at natural abundance. Plant Methods, 9:27.

Kalcsits LA, Guy RD. 2013. Whole plant and organ level nitrogen isotope discrimination indicates modification of partitioning of assimilation, fluxes and allocation of nitrogen in knockout lines of Arabidopsis thaliana. Physiologia Plantarum, 149: 249-259.

Tanino K, Kalcsits LA, Silim S, Kendall E, Gray G. 2010. Temperature-driven plasticity in growth cessation and dormancy development in deciduous woody plants: a working hypothesis suggesting how molecular and cellular function is affected by temperature during dormancy induction. Plant Molecular Biology 73: 49-65.

Kalcsits LA, Kendall E, Silim S, Tanino KK. 2009. Magnetic resonance micro-imaging indicates water diffusion correlates with dormancy induction in cultured hybrid poplar (Populus x spp.) buds. Tree Physiology, 29: 1269-1277.

Kalcsits LA, Silim S, Tanino KK. 2009. Warm temperature accelerates short photoperiod-induced growth cessation and dormancy induction in hybrid poplar (Populus x spp.). Trees: Structure and Function, 23: 971-979.

Kalcsits LA, Silim S, Tanino KK. 2009. The influence of temperature on dormancy induction and plant survival in woody plants. In: Plant Cold Hardiness: From the Laboratory to the Field (eds. Tanino K and Gusta L). CABI International. London, UK. pp 108-118.