Publications

Articles published and peer-reviewed

Bold = lab members

[49] de Albuquerque Nunes, P.A., Laca, E.A., de Faccio Carvalho, P., Li, M., de Souza Filho, W., Robinson Kunrath, T., Posselt Martins, A. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2021. Livestock integration into soybean systems improves long-term system stability and profits without compromising crop yields. Scientific Reports, 11(1). Download full text

[48] Renwick, L., Kimaro, A., Hafner, J., Rosenstock, T. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2020. Maize-pigeonpea intercropping outperforms monocultures under droughtFrontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 4. Download full text

[47] Peterson, C.A., Bell, L.W., Carvalho, P. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2020. Resilience of an Integrated Crop–Livestock System to Climate Change: A Simulation Analysis of Cover Crop Grazing in Southern Brazil. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 4. Download full text

[46] Brewer, K. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2020. Potential of crop-livestock integration to enhance carbon sequestration and agroecosystem functioning in semi-arid croplandsSoil Biology and Biochemistry, 149, p.107936. Download full text

[45] Schmidt, J.E., Poret-Peterson, A., Lowry, C.J. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2020. Has agricultural intensification impacted maize root traits and rhizosphere interactions related to organic N acquisition?AoB PLANTS, 12(4). Download full text

[44] Blundell, R., Schmidt, J.E., Igwe, A., Cheung, A., Vannette, R., Gaudin, A.C.M. and Casteel, C., 2020. Organic management promotes natural pest control through altered plant resistance to insectsNature Plants, 6(5), pp.483-491. Download full text

[43] Peterson, C.A., Deiss, L. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2020. Commercial integrated crop-livestock systems achieve comparable crop yields to specialized production systems: A meta-analysisPLOS ONE, 15(5), p.e0231840. Download full text

[42] Schmidt, J.E., Mazza Rodrigues, J., Brisson, V., Kent, A. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2020. Impacts of directed evolution and soil management legacy on the maize rhizobiome. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 145, p.107794. Download full text

[41] Jahanzad, E., Holtz, B., Zuber, C., Doll, D., Brewer, K.M., Hogan, S. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2020. Orchard recycling improves climate change adaptation and mitigation potential of almond production systems. PLOS ONE, 15(3), p.e0229588. Download full text

[40] Li, M., Schmidt, J.E., LaHue, D.G., Lazicki, P.A., Kent, A., Machmuller, M.B., Scow, K. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2020. Impact of irrigation strategies on tomato root distribution and rhizosphere processes in an organic system. Frontiers in Plant Sciences, 11:360. Download full text

[39] Bowles, T., Mooshammer, M., Socolar, Y., Calderón, F.F., Cavigelli, M.A., Culman, S.W., Deen, W., Drury, C.F., Garcia y Garcia, A., Gaudin, A.C.M., Harkom, W.S., Lehman, R.M., Osborne, S.H., Robertson, G.P., Salerno, J., Schmer, M.R., Strock, J. and Grandy, S., 2020. Long-term evidence shows crop diversification increases yields and agricultural resilience to adverse climate conditions. One Earth, 2, 284–293. Download full text

[38] Vasilikiotis, C., Li, M., Schmidt, J.E., Azimi, A., Garcia, J., Volder, A., Lampinen, B. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2020. Orchard management practices affect arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal root colonisation of almond. Biological Agriculture & Horticulture, 36(4), pp.230–248. Download full text

[37] Schmidt, J.E., Kent, A.D., Brisson, V. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2019. Agricultural management and plant selection interactively affect rhizosphere microbial community structure and nitrogen cycling. Microbiome, 7(146). Download full text

[36] Brisson, V.Schmidt, J.E., Northen, T,R., Vogel, J.P. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2019. Impacts of maize domestication and breeding on rhizosphere microbiome recruitment from a nutrient depleted agricultural soil. Scientific Reports. 9:15611. Download full text

[35] Tautges, N., Chiartas, J., Gaudin, A.C.M., O’Green, A., Herrera, I. and Scow, K., 2019. Deep soil inventories reveal carbon sequestration trends with cover crops and compost that differ from surface soils in agricultural systems. Global Change Biology. 00:1–14

[34] Li, M., Peterson, C.A., Tautges, N., Scow, K. and Gaudin, A.C.M., 2019. Yields and resilience outcomes of organic, cover crop and conventional practices in a Mediterranean climate. Scientific Reports. 9:12283. Download full text

[33] Webster, E., Gaudin, A.C.M., Pulleman, M., Siles, P. and Fonte, S.J., 2019. Improved pastures support early indicators of soil restoration in low-input agroecosystems of Nicaragua. Environmental Management, 64, pp.201–212. Download full text

[32] Hannah Lepsch, Patrick Brown, Caitlin Peterson, Amélie CM Gaudin, Sat Darshan Khalsa. 2019. Impact of organic matter amendments on soil and tree water status in a California orchard. Agricultural water management. 222:204-212

[31] Jennifer E. Schmidt, Rachel L. Vannette, Alexandria Igwe, Rob Blundell, Clare Casteel, Amélie CM Gaudin. 2019. Effects of agricultural management on rhizosphere microbial structure and function in processing tomato. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 01064-19; DOI: 10.1128/AEM.01064-19

[30] Holtz, B., Browne, G., Doll, D., Culumber, M., Yaghmour, M., Jahanzad, E., Lampinen, B., and Gaudin, ACM. 2019 Whole almond orchard recycling and the effect on second generation tree growth, yield, light interception, and soil fertility. Acta Horticulturae 1219: 265-271.

[29] Caitlin A. Peterson, Pedro A. A. Nunes, Amanda Posselt Martins, Homero Bergamaschi, Ibanor Anghinoni, Paulo C. de F. Carvalho, Amélie CM Gaudin. 2019.Winter grazing does not affect soybean yield despite lower soil water content in a subtropical crop-livestock system. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 39: 26. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13593-019-0573-3

[28] Vanessa Brisson, Jennifer E Schmidt, Trent R Northen, John P Vogel, Amélie CM Gaudin. 2019. A New Method to Correct for Habitat Filtering in Microbial Correlation NetworksFrontiers in Microbiology. 10: 585. DOI=10.3389/fmicb.2019.00585

[27] Jennifer E. Schmidt, Carolyn Lowry, Amélie C.M Gaudin. 2018. An optimized rhizobox protocol to visualize root growth and responsiveness to localized nutrients. JoVE – Journal of Vizualized Experiments. DOI: 10.3791/58674

[26] Timothy Bowles, Eleanor E. Campbell, William Wieder, Amélie C.M Gaudin, Stuart Grandy. 2018. Addressing agricultural nitrogen losses in a changing climate. Nature Sustainability 1: 399–408

[25] Jennifer E. Schmidt, Amélie C.M Gaudin. 2018. What is the agronomic potential of biofertilizers for maize?: A meta-analysis. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 94: 1-10 DOI 10.1093/femsec/fiy09

[24] Daniela Carrijo, Peter Green, Amélie C.M Gaudin, Nadeem Akbar, Andre Borja Reis, Chongyang Li, Sanjai Parikh, Bruce Linquist. 2018. Impacts of variable soil drying in Alternate Wetting and Drying rice systems on yields, grain arsenic concentration and soil moisture dynamics. Field Crops Research 222:101-110

[23] Cora Loucks, Amélie C.M Gaudin, Hugh Earl, Bill Dean, Steven Bowley, Ralph Martin. 2018. Genotypic differences in red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) response under severe water deficit. Plant and soil. 422: 1-14 

[22] Jennifer E. Schmidt, Caitlin Peterson, Daoyuan Wang, Kate Scow, Amélie C.M Gaudin. 2018. Agreocosystem tradeoffs associated with conversion to subsurface drip irrigation in organic systems. Agricultural Water Management. 202: 1-8

[21] Caitlin A. Peterson, Valerie T. Eviner, Amélie C.M Gaudin. 2018. Ways forward for resilience research in agroecosystemsAgricultural Systems, 162:19-27

[20] Jennifer E. Schmidt, Amélie C.M Gaudin. 2017. Where Did My Friends Go?: How Corn’s Microbe Partners Have Changed Over Time . Frontiers for young minds, 5: 37. doi: 10.3389/frym.2017.00037

[19] Garrett, R. Niles, M, Gil, J, Gaudin, A,  Chaplin-Kramer, Assman, A, Assman B, Brewer, K, de Faccio Carvalho, P. C, Cortner, O, Dynes, R, Garbach, K, Kebreab, Mueller, N, Peterson, C, Reis, J. C, Snow, V, and Valentim, J. (2017) Social and ecological analysis of integrated crop livestock systems: Current knowledge and remaining uncertaintiesAgricultural Systems, 155:136-146

[18] Jennifer E. Schmidt, Amélie C.M Gaudin. (2017) Rethinking root traits for irrigated agriculture: toward a new integrated ideotype. Trends in Plant Science, 22:433-443

[17] Jennifer E. Schmidt, Timothy M. Bowles, Amélie C.M Gaudin. (2016) Using ancient traits to convert soil health into crop yield: Impact of selection on maize root and rhizosphere function. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7:373. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00373

[16] Sara Wyngaarden, Amélie C.M. Gaudin, William Deen, Ralph C. Martin. (2015) Expanding Red Clover (Trifolium Pratense) as a living mulch in Corn-Soy-Wheat rotations. Sustainability7: 15487-15509.

[15] Amélie C.M Gaudin, Ken Janovicek, William Deen, David C.Hooker. (2015) Wheat improves nitrogen use efficiency of maize and soybean-based cropping systems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 210: 1-10.

[14] Amélie C.M Gaudin, Tor Tolhurst, Alan Ker, Ralph C. Martin, William Deen. (2015) Increasing crop diversity mitigates weather variations and improves yield stability. PLoS ONE 10(2): e0113261. 

[13] Amélie C.M Gaudin, Tor Tolhurst, Alan Ker, Ralph C. Martin, William Deen. (2015) Agroecological approaches to mitigate increasing limitation of corn yields by water availability. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 29:11-12.

[12] Amélie C.M Gaudin, Sarah McClymont, Sameh Soliman, Manish N. Raizada. (2014) The effect of altered dosage of a mutant allele of Teosinte branched 1 (tb1-ref) on the root system of modern maize. BMC Genetics, 15: 23-27.

[11] Amélie C.M Gaudin, Ken Janovicek, Ralph C. Martin, William Deen. (2014) Approaches to optimizing nitrogen fertilization in a winter wheat-red clover relay cropping system. Field Crops Research, 155: 192-201

[10] Amélie C.M Gaudin, Sabrina Westra, Cora E.S Loucks, Ken Janovicek, Ralph C. Martin, William Deen. (2013) Improving resilience of northern field crop systems using inter-seeded red clover. Agronomy, 3: 148-180.

[9] Joseph N Berchie, Amélie C.M Gaudin, Sarah McClymont, Manish N. Raizada, Adu Dapaah, Sarkodie Addo. (2013) Performance of 13 Bambara Groundnut (Vigna subterrenea (L) Verdc.) landraces from Sub Saharan Africa under 12 h and 14 h photoperiod. Journal of Agronomy, 12: 20-28.

[8] Amélie C.M Gaudin, Amelia Henry, Inez H. Slamet-Loedin. (2012) Taking transgenic rice drought screening to the field. Journal of Experimental Botany, 64: 109-117.

[7] Amélie C.M Gaudin, Eric Lyons, Manish N. Raizada. (2011) Novel temporal, fine-scale and growth variation phenotypes in roots of adult-stage maize (Zea mays L.) in response to low nitrogen stress. Plant Cell and Environment, 34: 2122-2137

[6] Amélie C.M Gaudin, Sarah McClymont, Manish N. Raizada. (2011) The nitrogen adaptation strategy of the wild Teosinte ancestor of modern maize, Zea mays ssp parviglumis. Crop Science, 51: 2780-2795

[5] Shrinivasrao P. Mane, Cecilia Vasquez Robinet , Alexander Ulanov , Roland Schafleitner, Luz Tincopa, Amélie C.M Gaudin, Giannina Nomberto, Carlos Alvarado, Christian Solis, Luis Avila Bolivar, Raul Blas, Oscar Ortega, Julio Solis, Ana Panta, Cristina Rivera, Ilanit Samolski, Doris H. Carbajulca, Meredith Bonierbale, Amrita Pati, Lenwood S. Heath, Hans J. Bohnert and Ruth Grene. (2008) Molecular and physiological adaptation to prolonged drought stress in the leaves of two Andean potato genotypes. Functional Plant Biology, 35, 669–688.

[4] Roland Schafleitner, Amélie C.M Gaudin, Carlos Alvarado, Raymundo Gutierrez, Merideth Bonierbale. (2007) Capturing candidate drought tolerance traits in two naTve Andean potato clones by transcripTon profiling of field grown plants under water stress. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 45 :673-690

[3] Roland Schafleitner, Amélie C.M Gaudin, Carlos Alvarado, Raymundo Gutierrez, Merideth Bonierbale. (2007) Proline accumulation and real Tme PCR expression analysis of genes encoding enzymes of proline metabolism in relation to drought tolerance in Andean potato. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 29: 19-26.

[2] Roland Schafleitner, Raymundo Gutierrez, Ricardo Espino, Amélie C.M Gaudin, José Pérez, Mariano Marqnez, Alejandro Domínguez, Luz Tincopa, Carlos Alvarado, Giannina Numberto, Merideth Bonierbale. (2007). Field screening for variation of drought tolerance in Solanum tuberosum L. by agronomical, physiological and genetic analysis. Potato Research, 50:71–85

[1] Wilmer Cuellar, Amélie C.M Gaudin, Dennis Solórzano, Armando Casas, Luis Ñopo, Kufala Prakash Chudalayandi, Giuliana Medrano, Jan Kreuze, Marc Ghislain. (2006) Self-excision of the antibiotic resistance gene nptII using a heat inducible Cre/loxP system from transgenic potato. Plant Molecular Biology, 62: 71-82.

Invited Book Chapter

[1] William Deen, Ralph C. Martin, David C.Hooker, Amélie C.M Gaudin (2015) The role of cropping system diversity: Past , Present, Future. In Crop Rotations: Farming Practices, Monitoring and Environmental Benefits. Nova Science Publisher.

[2] Leah Renwick, Timothy Bowles, William Deen, Amélie C.M Gaudin (2018) Potential of increased temporal diversity to improve resource use efficiencies: exploiting water and nitrogen linkages. In Diversity within and among agro-ecosystems: A key to reconcile contemporary agriculture and environmental quality. Elsevier Publisher. 

[3] Patrick H. Brown, Douglas A. Cavalho, Meerae Park, Jennifer Schmidt, Amélie C.M Gaudin (2020) Plant biostimulants and their influence on nutrient use efficiency (NUE). In Biostimulants for sustainable crop production. Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing.