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1.         Welch, R.M., Epstein, E. The dual mechanisms of alkali cation absorption by plant cells: Their parallel operation across the plasmalemma. Proceedings of the National Academy Science. 1968. v. 61. p. 447-453.

 

2.         Welch, R.M., Epstein, E. The plasmalemma: Seat of the Type 2 mechanisms of ion absorption. Plant Physiology. 1969. v. 44. p. 301-304.

 

3.         Rendig, V.V., Welch, R.M., McComb, E.A. Variation in indolealkylamine content of individual Phalaris aquatica L. plants. Crop Science. 1970. v. 10. p. 682-683.

 

4.         Welch, R.M., Allaway, W.H. Vanadium determination in biological materials at nanogram levels by a catalytic method. Anal. Chem. 1972. v. 44. p. 1644-1647.

 

5.         Welch, R.M. Vanadium uptake by plants. Plant Physiology. 1973. v. 51. p. 828-832.

 

6.         Welch, R.M., Huffman, E.W.D. Jr. Vanadium and plant nutrition. The growth of lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) and tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) plants in nutrient solutions low in vanadium. Plant Physiology. 1973. v. 51. p. 183-185.

 

7.         Welch, R.M., House, W.A., Allaway, W.H. Availability of zinc from pea seeds to rats. Journal of Nutrition. 1974. v. 104. p. 733-740.

 

8.         Welch, R.M., Van Campen, D.R. Iron availability to rats from soybeans. Journal  Nutrition. 1975. v. 10. p. 253-256.

 

9.         Welch, R.M., Cary, E.E. Concentration of chromium, nickel and vanadium in plant materials. Journal Agriculture Food Chem. 1975. v. 23. p. 479-482.

 

10.       Welch, R.M., House, W.A., Van Campen, D.R. Effects of oxalic acid on availability of zinc from spinach leaves and zinc sulfate to rats. Journal Nutrition. 1977. v. 107. p. 929-933.

 

11.       Welch, R.M., House, W.A., Van Campen, D.R. Availability of cadmium from lettuce leaves and cadmium sulfate to rats. Nutrition Rep. Int. 1978. v. 17. p. 35-42.

 

12.       Welch, R.M., House, W.A. Absorption of radiocadmium and radioselenium by rats fed intrinsically and extrinsically labeled lettuce leaves. Nutrition Rep. Int. 1980. v. 21. p. 135-145.

 

13.       Peck, N.H., Grunes, D.L., Welch, R.M., MacDonald, G.E. Nutritional quality of vegetable crops as affected by phosphorus and zinc fertilizers. Agronomy Journal. 1980. v. 72. p. 528-534.

 

14.       Van Campen, D.R., Welch, R.M. Availability, to rats, of iron from spinach: effects of oxalic acid. Journal Nutrition. 1980. v. 110. p. 1618-1621.

 

15.       Welch, R.M. The biological significance of nickel. Journal Plant Nutrition. 1981. v. 3. p. 345-356.

 

16.       Loneragan, J.F., Grunes, D.L., Welch, R.M., Aduayi, E.A., Tengah, A., Lazar, V.A., Cary, E.E. P accumulation and toxicity in leaves in relation to Zn supply. Soil Science Society American Journal. 1982. v. 46. p. 345-352.

 

17.       Meyer, S.A., House, W.A., Welch, R.M. Some metabolic interrelationships between toxic levels of cadmium and nutritionally adequate levels of selenium fed to rats. Journal Nutrition. 1982. v. 112 p. 954-961.

 

18.       Welch, R.M., House, W.A. Availability to rats of zinc from soybean seeds as affected by maturity of seed, source of dietary protein and soluble phytate. Journal Nutrition. 1982. v. 112. p. 879-885.

 

19.       House, W.A., Welch, R.M., Van Campen, D.R. Effect of phytic acid on the absorption, distribution and endogenous excretion of zinc in rats. Journal Nutrition. 1982. v. 112. p. 941-953.

 

20.       Winkler, R.M., Polacco, J.C., Eskew, D.L., Welch, R.M. Nickel is not required for apourease synthesis in soybean seeds. Plant Physiology. 1983. v. 72. p. 262-263.

 

21.       Eskew, D.L., Welch, R.M., Cary, E.E. Nickel: an essential micronutrient for legumes and possibly all higher plants. Science. 1983. v. 222. p. 621-623.

 

22.       Eskew, D.L., Welch, R.M., Cary, E.E. A simple plant nutrition solution purification method for effective removal of trace metals using controlled pore glass-8-hydroxyquinoline chelation column chromatography. Plant Physiology. 1984. v. 76. p. 113-115.

23.       Eskew, D.L., Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A. Nickel in higher plants: further evidence for an essential role. Plant Physiology. 1984. v. 76. p. 691-693.

 

24.       Longnecker, N., Welch, R.M. The relationship among iron-stress response, iron-efficiency and iron uptake in plants. Journal Plant Nutrition. 1986. v. 9. p. 715-727.

 

25.       Walker, C.D., Welch, R.M. Nicotianamine and related phytosiderophores: Their physiological significance and advantages for plant metabolism. Journal Plant Nutrition. 1986. v. 9. p. 523-534.

 

26.       Walker, C.D., Graham, R.D., Madison, J.T., Cary, E.E., Welch, R.M. Effects of Ni deficiency on some nitrogen metabolites in cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp). Plant Physiology. 1985. v. 79. p. 474-479.

 

27.       Checkai, R.T., Norvell, W.A., Welch, R.M., Brown, P.H. Using resins to impose nutrient treatments on hydroponically grown seedlings from germination to transplanting. Journal Plant Nutrition. 1987. v. 10. p. 1447-1455.

 

28.       Brown, P.H., Welch, R.M., Cary, E.E., Checkai, R.T. Beneficial effects of nickel on plant growth. Journal Plant Nutrition. 1987. v. 10. p. 2125-2135.

 

29.       Graham, R.D., Welch, R.M., Grunes, D.L., Cary, E.E., Norvell, W.A. Effects of zinc deficiency on the accumulation of boron and other mineral nutrients in barley. Soil Science Society American Journal. 1987. v. 51. p. 652-657.

 

30.       Schwartz, S.M., Welch, R.M., Grunes, D.L., Cary, E.E., Norvell, W.A., Gilbert, M.D., Meredith, M.P., Sanchirico, C.A. Effect of Zn, P and root-zone temperature on nutrient uptake by barley. Soil Science Society American Journal. 1987. v. 51. p. 371-375.

 

31.       House, W.A., Welch, R.M. Availability to rats of iron in six varieties of wheat grain intrinsically labeled with radioiron. Journal Nutrition. 1987. v. 117. p. 476-480.

 

32.       Walker, C.D., Welch, R.M. Low molecular weight complexes of Zn and other trace metals in lettuce leaf. Journal Agriculture and Food Chem. 1987. v. 35. p. 721-727.

 

33.       Brown, P.H., Welch, R.M., Cary, E.E. Nickel: A micronutrient essential for higher plants. Plant Physiology. 1987. v. 85. p. 801-803.

 

34.       House, W.A., Welch, R.M. Bioavailability of and interactions between zinc and selenium in rats fed whole wheat grain intrinsically labeled with 65Zn and 75Se. Journal Nutrition. 1989. v. 119. p. 916-921.

 

35.       Longnecker, N., Welch, R.M. Accumulation of apoplasmic iron in plant roots: a factor in the resistance of soybeans to iron-deficiency induced chlorosis? Plant Physiology. 1990. v. 92. p. 17-22.

 

36.       Grunes, D.L., Welch, R.M. Plant contents of magnesium, calcium, and potassium in relation to ruminant nutrition. Journal Animal Science. 1989. v. 67. p. 3485-3494.

 

37.       Kneen, B.E., LaRue, T.A., Welch, R.M., Weeden, N.F. Pleiotropic effects of brz a mutation in Pisum sativum (L.) cv `Sparkle' conditioning decreased nodulation and increased iron uptake and leaf necrosis. Plant Physiology. 1990. v. 93. p. 717-722.

 

38.       Welch, R.M., LaRue, T.A. Physiological characteristics of Fe accumulation in the `Bronze' mutant of Pisum sativum L., cv `Sparkle' E107 (brz brz). Plant Physiology. 1990. v. 93. p. 723-729. 

 

39.       Huang, J., Grunes, D.L., Welch, R.M. Magnesium supply, nitrogen source, and root temperature effects on winter wheat forage. Agronomy Journal. 1989. v. 82. p. 581-587.

 

40.       Brown, P.H., Welch, R.M., Madison, J.T. Effect of nickel deficiency on total soluble anion, amino acid, and nitrogen levels in barley. Plant and Soil. 1990. v. 125. p. 19-27.

 

41.       Grusak, M.A., Welch, R.M., Kochian, L.V. Physiological characterization of a single-gene mutant of Pisum sativum exhibiting excess iron accumulation. I. Root iron reduction and iron uptake. Plant Physiology. 1990. v. 93. p. 976-981.

 

42.       Grusak, M.A., Welch, R.M., Kochian, L.V. Does iron deficiency enhance the activity of the root-cell plasmalemma iron transport protein? Plant Physiology. 1990. v. 94:1353-1357.

 

43.       Kafkafi, U., Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A., Zasoski, R.J., Baligar, V.C. Assessment of the current knowledge concerning the chemistry and biology of the root-soil interface. Root-soil Interface Workshop Panel Report II. Journal Plant Nutrition. 1991. v. 15. XIX-XXII.

 

44.       Norvell, W.A., Welch, R.M. Growth and nutrient uptake by barley (Hordeum vulgare L.): Studies using a HEDTA-buffered nutrient solution technique. I. Zinc ion requirements of Herta barely. Plant Physiology. 1993. v. 101. p. 619-625.  

 

45.       Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A. Growth and nutrient uptake by barley (Hordeum vulgare L.): Studies using a HEDTA-buffered nutrient solution technique. II. Role of zinc in the uptake, translocation and efflux of mineral nutrients by Herta barley. Plant Physiology. 1993 v. 101. p. 626-632.

 

46.       Grusak, M.A., Kochian, L.V., Welch, R.M. Spatial and temporal development of iron(III) reductase activity in root systems of Pisum sativum L. challenged with iron deficiency stress. American Journal Botany. 1993. v. 80. p. 300-308.

 

47.       Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A., Schaefer, S.C., Shaff, J.E., Kochian, L.V. Induction of iron(III) and copper(II) reduction in pea (Pisum sativum L.) roots by Fe and Cu status: Does the root-cell plasmalemma Fe(III)-chelate reductase perform a general role in regulating cation uptake? Planta. 1993. v. 190. p. 555-561.

 

48.       Webb, M.J., Norvell, W.A., Welch, R.M. Using a chelate-buffered nutrient solution to establish critical tissue levels and crucial Mn2+ rhizosphere activities for barley (Hordeum vulgare, L.). Plant Soil. 1993. v. 153. p. 195-205.

 

49.       Welch, R.M., Smith, M.E., Van Campen, D.R., Schaefer, S.C. Improving the mineral reserves and protein quality of maize (Zea mays L.) kernels using unique genes. Plant Soil. 1993. v. 155/166. p. 215-218.

 

50.       Cary, E.E., Norvell, W.A., Grunes, D.L., Welch, R.M., Reid, W.S. Iron and manganese accumulation by the brz pea mutant grown in soils. Agronomy Journal. 1994. v. 86. p. 938-941.

 

51.       Romera, F.J., Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A, Schaefer, S.C., Kochian, L.V. Ethylene involvement in the overexpression of Fe(III) reducing capacity by roots of E107 pea (Pisum sativum L. (brz, brz) and chloronerva tomato (Lycopersium esculentum L.) mutants. BioMetals. 1996. v. 9. p. 38-44.

 

52.       Romera, F.J., Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A., Schaefer, S.C. Iron is required for the induction of Fe(III) reducing capacity: One of the Fe deficiency stress responses by dicotyledoneous plants. BioMetals. 1996. v. 9. p. 45-50.

 

53.       House, W.A., Van Campen, D.R., Welch, R.M. Influence of dietary sulfur-containing amino acids on the bioavailability to rats of zinc in corn kernels. Nutrition Research. 1996. v. 16. p. 225-235.

 

54.       Welch, R.M. Viewpoint: The optimal breeding strategy is to increase the density of promoter compounds and micronutrient minerals in seeds; caution should be used in reducing anti-nutrients in staple food crops. Micronutrients and Agriculture. 1996 v. 1. p. 20-22.

 

55.       White, J.G., Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A. Total soil-zinc map of the conterminous USA using geostatistics and geographic information systems. Soil Science Society American Journal. 1997. v. 61. p. 185-194.

 

56.       Welch, R.M. Food systems for enhancing vitamin A. Agronomic problems: breeding and cultural techniques. European Journal Clin. Nutrition. 1997. v. 51. p. S34-S38.

 

57.       Combs, G.F., Duxbury, J.M., Welch, R.M. Food systems for improved health: Linking agricultural production and human nutrition. European Journal Clin. Nutrition. 1997. v. 51. p. S32-S33.

 

58.       House, W.A., Van Campen, D.R., Welch, R.M. Dietary methionine status and its relation to the bioavailability to rats of zinc in corn kernels with varying methionine content.  Nutrition Research. 1997. v. 17. p. 65-76.

 

59.       Welch, R.M., Combs, G.F., Duxbury, J.M. Toward a “Greener” Revolution. Issues in Science and Technology. 1997. v. 14(1). p. 50-58.

 

60.       Kubota, J., Welch, R.M., Van Campen, D.R. Partitioning of cadmium, copper, lead and zinc amongst above-ground parts of seed and grain crops grown in selected locations in the USA. Environmental Geochemistry Health. 1992. v. 14. p. 91-100.

 

 

61.       Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A., Gesuwan, P., Schaefer, S. Possible role of root-ethylene in Fe(III)-phytometallophore uptake in Strategy II species. Plant Soil. 1997. v. 196. p. 229-232.

 

62.       Hart, J.J., Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A., Sullivan, L.A., Kochian, L. Characterization of cadmium binding, uptake, and translocation in intact seedlings of bread and durum wheat cultivars. Plant Physiology. 1998. v. 116. p. 1413-1420.

 

63.       Hart, J.J., Norvell, W.A., Welch, R.M., Sullivan, L.A., Kochian, L.V. Characterization of zinc uptake, binding, and translocation in intact seedlings of bread and durum wheat cultivars. Plant Physiology. 1998. v. 118. p. 219-226.

 

64.       Fischer, P.R., Rahman, A., Cimma, J.P., Kyaw-Myint, T.O., Kabir, A.R.M.L., Talukder, K., Haasan, N., Manaster, B.J., Staab, D.B., Welch, R.M., Meisner, C.A., Haque, S., Combs, G.F. Nutritional rickets without vitamin D deficiency in Bangladesh. Journal Tropical Pediatrics. 1998. v. 45. p. 291-293.

 

65.       Welch, R.M., Graham, R.D. A new paradigm for world agriculture: meeting human needs. Productive, sustainable, nutritious. Field Crops Research. 1999. v. 60. p. 1-10.

 

66.       Welch, R.M., Graham, R.D. Preface, Special issue on Micronutrients - Micropreface. Field Crops Research. 1999. v. 60. p. vii-viii.

 

67.       Duxbury, J.M., Welch, R.M. Agriculture and dietary guidelines. Food Policy. 1999. v. 24. p. 197-209.

 

68.       Graham, R.D., Welch, R.M. Plant food micronutrient composition and human nutrition. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 2000. v. 31. p. 11-14.

 

69.       Cakmak, I., Welch, R.M., Erenoglu, B., Romheld, V., Norvell, W.A., Kochian, L.V. Influence of varied zinc supply on re-translocation of cadmium (109Cd) and rubidium (86RB) applied on mature leaf of durum wheat seedlings. Plant Soil. 2000. v. 219. p. 279-284.

 

70.       Cakmak, I., Welch, R.M., Hart, J., Norvell, W.A., Ozturk, L., Kochian, L.V. Uptake and re-translocation of leaf-applied cadmium (109Cd) in diploid, tetraploid and hexaploid wheats. Journal of Experimental Botany. 2000. v. 51. p. 221-226.

 

71.       Welch, R.M., House, W.A., Beebe, S., Cheng, Z. Genetic selection for enhanced bioavailable levels of iron in bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) seeds. Journal Agriculture Fd Chem. 2000. v. 48. p. 3576-3580.

 

72.       Graham, R.D., Welch, R.M. A new paradigm for world agriculture. Productive, sustainable and nutritious food systems to meet human needs. Development Bulletin. 1999. v. 49. p. 29-32.

 

73.       Grusak, M.A., DellaPenna, D., Welch, R.M. Physiologic processes affecting the content and distribution of phytonutrients in plants. Nutrition Reviews. 1999. v. 57. p. S27-S33.

 

74.       Bouis, H.E., Graham, R.D., Welch, R.M. The Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Micronutrients Project: Justification and objectives. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 2000. v. 21. p. 374-381.

 

75.       Cakmak, I., Ozkan, H., Braun, H.J., Welch, R.M., Römheld, V. Zinc and iron concentrations in seeds of wild, primitive and modern wheats. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 2000. v. 21. p. 401-403.

 

76.       Welch, R.M., House, W.A., Beebe, S., Senadhira, D., Gregorio, G., Cheng, Z. Testing iron and zinc bioavailability in genetically enriched bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and rice (Oryza sativa L.) using a rat model. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 2000. v. 21. p. 428-433.

 

77.       King, J.C., Donangelo, C.M., Woodhouse, L.R., Mertz, S.D., Shames, D.M., Viteri, F.E., Cheng, Z., Welch, R.M. Measuring iron and zinc bioavailability in humans. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 2000. v. 21. p. 434-439.

 

78.       Welch, R.M., Graham, R.D. A new paradigm for world agriculture: Productive, sustainable, nutritious, healthful food systems. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 2000. v. 21. p. 361-366.

 

79.       Norvell, W.A., Wu, J., Hopkins, D.G., Welch, R.M. Association of cadmium in durum wheat grain with soil chloride and chelate-extractable soil cadmium. Soil Science Society American Journal. 2000. v. 64. p. 2162-2168.

 

80.       Wu, J., Norvell, W.A., Hopkins, D.G., Welch, R.M. Spatial variability of grain cadmium and soil characteristics in a durum wheat field. Soil Science Society American Journal. 2002. v. 66. p. 268-275.

 

81.       Wheal, M.S., Heller, L.I., Norvell, W.A., Welch, R.M. Reversed phase liquid chromatography determination of phytometallophores from Strategy II Fe-uptake species by 9-fluorenylmehtyl chloroformate fluorescence. Journal Chromatography. 2002. v. 942. p. 177-183.

 

82.       Hart, J.J., Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A., Kochian, L.V. Measurement of thiol-containing amino acids and phytochelatins (PC2) via capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection. Electrophoresis. 2002. v. 23. p. 81-87.

 

83.       Welch, R.M., Graham, R.D. Breeding crops for enhanced micronutrient content. Plant and Soil. 2002. v. 245. p. 205-214.

 

84.       Welch, R.M. Breeding strategies for biofortified staple plant foods to reduce micronutrient malnutrition globally. Journal Nutrition. 2002. v. 132. p. 495S-499S.

 

85.       Welch, R.M. The impact of mineral nutrients in food crops on global human health. Plant and Soil. 2002. v. 247. p. 83-90.

 

86.       Murray-Kolb, L.E., Welch, R.M., Theil, E.C., Beard, J.L. Women with low iron stores absorb iron from soybeans. American Journal Clin. Nutrition. 2003. v. 77. p. 180-184.

 

87.       House, W.A., Welch, R.M., Beebe, S., Cheng, Z. Potential for increasing the amounts of bioavailable zinc in dry beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) through plant breeding. Journal Science Food Agriculture. 2002. v. 82. p. 1452-1457.

 

88.       Glahn, R.P., Cheng, Z., House, W.A., Welch, R.M., Gregorio, G.B. Comparison of iron bioavailability from 15 rice genotypes: Studies using an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 cell culture model. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. 2002. v. 50. p. 3586-3591.

 

89.       House, W.A., Hart, J.J., Norvell, W.A., Welch, R.M. Cadmium absorption and retention by rats fed whole-grain durum wheat. British Journal Nutrition. 2003. v. 89. p. 499-508.

 

90.       Wu, J., Norvell, W.A., Hopkins, D.G., Smith, D.B., Ulmer, M.G., Welch, R.M. Improved prediction and mapping of soil copper by kriging with auxiliary data for cation-exchange capacity. Soil Science Society American Journal. 2003. v. 67. p. 919-927.

 

91.       Oikeh, S.O., Menkir, A. Maziya-Dixon, B., Welch, R. and Glahn, R.P. Genotypic differences in concentration and bioavailable of kernel-iron in tropical maize varieties grown under field conditions. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 2003. v. 26. p. 2307-2319.

 

92.       Oikeh, S.O., Menkir, A. Maziya-Dixon, B., Welch, R. and Glahn, R.P. Assessment of concentrations of trace minerals and bioavailable iron in grains of early-maturing tropical maize varieties.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 2003. v. 51. p. 3688-3694.

 

93.       Hart, J.J., Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A., Kochian, L.V. Transport interactions between cadmium and zinc in roots of bread and durum wheat seedlings. Physiologia Plantarum 2002. v. 116. p. 73-78.

 

94.       Donangelo, C.M., Woodhouse, L.R., King, S.M., Toffolo, G., Shames, D.M., Viteri, F.E., Cheng, Z., Welch, R.M., King, J.C. Iron and zinc absorption from two bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) Genotypes in young women.  Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry 2003. V. 51. p. 5137-5143.

 

95.       Welch, R.M., Graham, R.D. Breeding for micronutrient density in staple food crops from a human nutrition perspective. Journal Experimental Botany. 2004. v. 55. p. 353-364.

 

96.       Hart, J.J., Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A., Clarke, J.M., Kochian, L.V. Zinc effects on cadmium accumulation and partitioning in near-isogenic lines of durum wheat that differ in grain cadmium concentration. New Phytologist. 2005. v. .p.    .

 

97.       Hacisalihoglu, G., Ozturk, L., Cakmak, I., Welch, R.M., Kochian, L.V. Genotypic variation in common bean in response to zinc deficiency in calcareous soil. Plant and Soil. 2004. v. 259. p. 71-83.

 

98.       Huynh, L.B., Stangoulis, J., Welch, R. And Graham, R. OTLs for phytate in rice grain and their relationship with iron. Proceedings of the 4th International Crop Science Conference, Sept. 26- oct. 1, 2004, Brisbane, Australia. Electronic publication, International Crop Science Society, 2004. http//www.regional org.au.

 

99.       Chaney, R.L., Reeves, P.G., Ryan, J.A., Simmons, R.W., Welch, R.M. and Angle, J.S. An improved understanding of soil Cd risk to humans and low cost methods to phytoextract Cd from contaminated soils to prevent soil Cd risks. BioMetals 2004. V. 17. p. 549-553.

 

100.     Welch, R.M. and Graham, R.D. Agriculture: the real nexus for enhancing bioavailable micronutrients in food crops. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology 2005. v. 18. p. 299-307.

 

101.     Johnson, S.E., Lauren, J.G., Welch, R.M., Duxbury, J.M. Effects of micronutrient seed priming and soil fertilization on the mineral nutrition of chickpea (Cicer arietinmu), lentil (lens culinorus), rice (Oryza sativa), and wheat (Triticum aestivum) in Nepal.  Experimental Agriculture 2005 (In Press). 

 

102.     Rutzke, C.J., Glahn, R.P., Rutzke, M.A., Welch, R.M., Langhans, R.W., Albright, L.D., Combs, G.F., Wheeler, R.M. Bioavailability of iron from spinach using an in vitro/Caco-2 cell bioassay model. Habitation 2004. V. 10. p. 7-14.

 

103.     Lyi, S.M., Heller, L.I., Rutzke, M., Welch, R.M., Kochian, L.V. and Li, L. Molecular and biochemical characterization of the selenocysteine Se-methyltransferase gene and Se-mehtylcelenocysteine synthesis in broccoli. Plant Physiology 2005. V. 138. p. 409-420.

 

104.    Oikeh, S.O., Menkir, B., Maziya-Dixon, B., Welch, R.M., Glahn, R.P., and Gauch, H.G., Jr. Environmental stability of iron and zinc concentrations in grain of elite early-maturing tropical maize genotypes grown under field conditions. Journal of Agricultural Science 2004. v. 142. p. 543-551.

 

105.    Meisner, C., Welch, R.M., Duxbury, J.M., Lauren, J.G. Making a greener revolution: a nutrient delivery system for food production to address malnutrition through crop science. Plant Production Science 2005. V. 8. p. 324-327.

 

 

Other Publications

 

1.         Welch, R.M. The plasmalemma as the seat of the dual ion carrier mechanisms of plant cells. Ph.D. Thesis. University of California, Davis, CA.

 

2.         Welch, R.M. Effects of nitrogen nutrition on the biosynthesis of an indolealkylamine (N,N-dimethyl-5-methoxy-tryptamine) in Phalaris aquatica L. Ph.D. Thesis. 1971. University of California, Davis, CA.

 

3.         House, W.A., Welch, R.M., Van Campen, D.R. Zinc kinetics and metabolism in rats fed diets with or without phytic acid. Kirchgessner, M. editor. Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals. 1977. Institute fur Ernahrungsphysiologie, Technishe Universitat, Munchen, Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany. p. 171-174.

 

4.         Nielsen, F.H., Reno, H.T., Tiffin, L.O., Welch, R.M. Nickel. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. Geochemistry and the Environment, Vol. II, The Relation of Other Selected Trace Elements to Health and Disease. 1977. p. 40-53.

 

5.         Hopkins, L.L., Cannon, H.L., Miesch, A.T., Welch, R.M., Nielsen, F.H. Vanadium. Geochemistry and the Environment, Vol. II, The Relation of Other Selected Trace Elements to Health and Disease. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. 1977. p. 93-107.

 

6.         Walker, C.D., Welch, R.M. A tracer technique for copper stable isotopes in artificial distribution. Loneragan, F., Robson, A.D., Graham, R.D., editors. Academic Press, Sydney, Australia. Copper in Soils and Plants. 1981. p. 368.

 

7.         Apgar, J., House, W.A., Welch, R.M. Low zinc diet: effect on pregnant and lactating ewe. Howell, J.Mc.C., Gawthorne, J.M., White, C.L., editors. Australian Academy of Science, Canberra. Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals-IV. 1981. p. 268.

 

8.         Apgar, J., Welch, R.M. Can skin be used to assay zinc status in animals. Howell, J.Mc.C., Gawthorne, J.M., White, C.L., editors. Australian Academy of Science, Canberra. Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals-IV. 1981. p. 681.

 

9.         Walker, C.D., Welch, R.M. Low molecular weight metal compounds in edible plants. Howell, J.Mc.C., Gawthorne, J.M., White, C.L., editors. Australian Academy of Science, Canberra. Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals-IV. 1981. p. 155.

 

10.       Welch, R.M., House, W.A. Effect of dietary zinc and cadmium on selenium and cadmium availability to rats fed lettuce leaves with varying selenium levels. Howell, J.Mc.C., Gawthorne, J.M., White, C.L., editors. Australian Academy of Science, Canberra.. Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals-IV. 1981. p. 568.

 

11.       Welch, R.M., Webb, M.J. and Loneragan, J.F. Zinc in membrane function and its role in phosphorus toxicity. Proceedings of the IX International Plant Nutrition Colloquium, Warwick University, England. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux. Plant Nutrition. 1982. p. 710-715.

 

12.       Welch, R.M., House, W.A. Factors affecting the bioavailability of mineral nutrients in plant foods. Welch, R.M., Gabelman, W.H., editors. American Society of Agronomy Special Publication No. 48, Madison, WI. Crops as Sources of Nutrients for Humans. 1984. p. 37-54.

 

13.       House, W.A., Welch, R.M. Effects of naturally occurring antinutrients on the nutritive value of cereal grains, potato tubers and legume seeds. Welch, R.M., Gabelman, W.H., editors. American Society of Agronomy Special Publication No. 48, Madison, WI. Crops as Sources of Nutrients for Humans. 1984. p. 9-45.

 

14.       Welch, R.M., Gabelman, editors. Crops as Sources of Nutrients for Humans. American Society of Agronomy Special Publication No. 48, Madison, WI. 1984. 89 p.

 

15.       Welch, R.M. Effects of nutrient deficiencies on seed production and quality. Adv. Plant Nutrition. 1986. v. 2. p. 205-247.

 

16.       Welch, R.M. Nutrition. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 1986 Year Book of Science and Technology. 1986. 4 p.

 

17.       Welch, R.M. Plant Mineral Nutrition. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 1987 Year Book of Science and Technology. 1987. 4 p.

 

18.       Kubota, J., Welch, R.M., Van Campen, D. Soil-related nutritional problem areas for grazing animals. Adv. in Soil Science. 1987. v. 6. p. 189-215.

 

19.       Welch, R.M. Plant mineral nutrition. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York. 1988 McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. 1987. p. 323-325.

 

20.       House, W.A., Welch, R.M., Van Campen, D.R. Zinc accumulation by hepatocytes isolated from male rats of different zinc nutritional status. Hurley, L.S., Keen, C.L., Lönnerdal, B., Rucker, R.B., editors. Plenum Press, New York. Trace Elements in Man and Animals-6. 1988. p. 421-422.

 

21.       Wilkinson, S.R., Welch, R.M., Mayland, H.F., Grunes, D.L. Magnesium in plants; uptake, distribution, function, and utilization by animals and man. Sigel, H., editor. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. Metal Ions in Biological Systems. Vol. 26. Magnesium and Its Role in Biology, Nutrition, and Physiology. Review Article. 1990.

 

22.       Grusak, M.A., Welch, R.M., Kochian, L.V. A transport mutant for the study of plant root iron absorption. Dainty, J., De Michelis, M.I., Marre, E., Rasi-Caldogno, F., editors. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, New York, and Oxford. Plant membrane transport: The current position. 1989. p. 61-66.

 

23.       Grusak, M.A., Kochian, L.V., Welch, R.M. A transport mutant of pea for the study of iron absorption in higher plant roots. Van Beusichem, M.L., editor. Kluwer Academic Publishers, London. Plant Nutrition - Physiology and Applications. 1990. p. 219-222.

 

24.       Welch, R.M. Modern technologies for studying the requirements and functions of plant mineral nutrients. Hashimoto, Y., Kramer, P.J., Nonami, H., Strain, B.R., editors. Academic Press, Inc., San Diego, New York, Boston, London, Sydney, Tokyo, and Toronto. Measurement Techniques in Plant Science. 1990. p. 319-340.

 

25.       Mortvedt, J., Cox, F.R., Shuman, L.M., Welch, R.M., editors. Micronutrients in Agriculture, Second Edition. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. 1991. 760 pp.

 

26.       Welch, R.M., Allaway, W.H., House, W.A., Kubota. J. Geographic distribution of trace element problems. Mortvedt, J.J., Cox, F.R., Shuman, L.M., Welch, R.M., editors. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. Micronutrients in Agriculture, Second Edition. 1991. p. 31-57.

 

27.       Welch, R.M., Kochian, L.V. Regulation of iron accumulation in food crops: studies using single gene pea mutants. Bills, D.D., Kung, Shain-dow, editors. Butterworths-Heinemann, Boston. Biotechnology and Nutrition: Proceedings of the Third International Symposium. 1992. p. 325-344.

 

28.       Welch, R.M. Zinc concentration and forms in plants for humans and animals. Robson, A.D. editor. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston, London. Zinc in Soils and Plants. 1993. p. 183-195.

 

29.       Norvell, W.A., Welch, R.M., Adams, M.L., Kochian, L.V. Reduction of Fe(III), Mn(III), and Cu(II) chelates by roots of pea (Pisum sativum L.) or soybean (Glycine max L.). Barrow, N.J. editor. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston. Plant Nutrition - from Genetic Engineering to Field Practice. 1993. p. 129-132.

 

30.       Welch, R.M., Smith, M., Van Campen, D.R., Schaefer, S.C. Improving the mineral reserves and protein quality of maize (Zea mays L.) kernels using unique genes. Barrow, N.J. editor. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston, Lancaster. Plant Nutrition - from Genetic Engineering to Field Practice. 1993. p. 235-238.

 

31.       Graham R.D., Welch, R.M. Breeding for staple-food crops with high micronutrient density: long-term sustainable agricultural solutions to hidden hunger in developing countries. Working Papers on Agricultural Strategies for Micronutrients. No. 3. International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, D.C. 1996. 73 p.

 

32.       Welch, R.M. Root exudate modification of rhizosphere nutrient availability and nutrient uptake by roots. Johansen, C., Lee, K., Sharma, K., Subbarao, G.V., Kueneman, E.A., editors. Phosphorus: Proceedings of an FAO/ICRISAT Expert Consultancy Workshop. March, 15-18, 1994. ICRISAT Asia Center, Patancheru, India. Genetic Manipulation of Crop Plants to Enhance Integrated Nutrient Management in Cropping Systems - 1. 1995. p. 97-105.

 

33.       Welch, R.M. Micronutrient nutrition of plants. Critical Reviews in Plant Science. 1995. v. 14. p. 49-82.

 

34.       Welch, R.M., House, W.A. Meat factors in animal products that enhance iron and zinc bioavailability: Implications for improving the nutritional quality of seeds and grains. Proceedings 1995 Cornell Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers. Department of Animal Science and Division of Nutritional Sciences. Cornell University. 1995. p. 58-66.

 

35.       Combs, G.F., Welch, R.M., Duxbury, J.M., Uphoff, N.T., and Nesheim, M.C. Food-based approaches to preventing micronutrient malnutrition: an international research agenda.  Summary Report of an International Workshop, Salt Lake City, UT. Nov. 6-9, 1995. International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1996. 67 p.

 

36.       Combs, G.F., Duxbury, J.M., Welch, R.M. Cornell University Program on Food Systems for Improved Health: Fashioning Food Systems - Just for the Health of It. Fed. American Science. Micronutrients and Agriculture. 1996. v. 2. p. 28-30.

 

37.       Welch, R.M. Overcoming the limitations of mineral availabilities from soils to plants. Combs, G.,  Welch, R.M., Uphoff, N., Nesheim, M., editors. Food-based approaches to preventing micronutrient malnutrition: An international research agenda. Summary Report of an International Workshop, Salt Lake City, UT., Nov. 6-9, 1995. Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 1995. p. 55-56.

 

38.       Chaney, R.L., Ryan, J.A., Li, Y-M., Welch, R.M., Reeves, P.G., Brown, S.L., Green, C.  Phyto-availability and bio-availability in risk assessment for cadmium in agricultural environments. Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, OECD, Paris, France. Sources of Cadmium in the Environment. 1996. p. 49-78.

 

39.       Welch, R.M. Trace element interactions in food crops. Fischer, P.W.F., Abbe, M.R.L., Cockell, K.A., Gibson, R.S., editors. NRC Research Press, Ottawa, Canada. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Trace Elements in Man and Animals.  Trace Elements in Man and Animals - 9. 1997. p. 6-9.

 

40.       Graham, R. D., Welch, R.M. A strategy for breeding staple-food crops with high micronutrient density. Fischer, P.W.F., Abbe, M.R.L., Cockell, K.A., Gibson, R.S., editors. NRC Research Press, Ottawa, Canada. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Trace Elements in Man and Animals.  Trace Elements in Man and Animals - 9. 1997. p. 447-450.

 

41.       Combs, G.F., Welch, R.M., Duxbury, J.M. Thinking in terms of food systems.  Proceedings 1996 Cornell Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers, Rochester, NY, Department of Animal Science and Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 1996.

 

42.       Combs, G.F., Welch, R.M., Duxbury, J.M. Sustainable food system approaches to improving nutrition and health. Proceedings of an International Conference, Boston, MA, March 19-21, 1997, School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University, Medford, MA. Agricultural Production and Nutrition. 1997. p. 1-9.

 

43.       Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A., Gesuwan, P., Schaefer, S. Possible role of root-ethylene in Fe(III)-phytometallophore uptake in Strategy II species. Ando, T., Fujita, K., Mae, T., Matsumoto, H., Mori, S., Sekiya, J., Editors. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston, London. Proceedings of the XIII International Plant Nutrition Colloquium, Sept. 13-19, 1997, Tokyo, Japan. Plant Nutrition for Sustainable Food Production and Environment. 1997. p. 119-122.

 

44.       Combs, G.F., Welch, R.M., Duxbury, J.M. Fighting hidden hunger. The World & I.1998. p. 174-181.

 

45.       Combs, G.F., Welch, R.M., Duxbury, J.M. Sustainable food systems approaches to improved nutrition and health. Richards, D., Byers, D., editors. Vital Health Publishing, Blommingdale, IL. Taste Life! The Organic Choice. 1998. p. 100-108. 

 

46.       Combs, G.F., Welch, R.M. Creating Healthful Food Systems: Linking Agriculture to Human Needs. Cornell International Institute for Food Agriculture and Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 34 p.

 

47.       Welch, R.M. Fashioning Healthful Agricultural Systems. Combs, G.F., Welch, R.M., editors. Creating Healthful Food Systems: Linking Agriculture to Human Needs. Cornell International Institute for Food Agriculture and Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 1998. p. 7-14.

 

48.       Welch, R.M. Micronutrients, agriculture and Nutrition: Linkages for improved health and well being. Singh, K., Mori, S., Welch, R.M., Editors. Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India. Perspectives on the Micronutrient Nutrition of Crops. 2001. p. 247-289.

 

49.       Welch, R.M. Importance of seed mineral nutrient reserves in crop growth and development. Rengel, Z. editor. Food Products Press, New York, NY. Mineral Nutrition of Crops. Fundamental Mechanisms and Implications. 1999. p. 205-226.

 

50.       Welch, R.M., Norvell, W.A. Mechanisms of cadmium uptake, translocation and deposition in plants. McLaughlin, J., Singh, B.R. editors. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. Cadmium in Soils and Plants. Development in Plant and Soil Sciences. 1999. p. 125-150. 

 

51.       Welch, R.M., House, W.A., Beebe, S., Cheng, Z. Enhancing beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) as sources of bioavailable iron through genetic selection. Gissel-Nielsen, G., Jensen, A., editors. Kluwer Academic Press, Dordrecht. Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Genetics and Molecular Biology of Plant Nutrition. Plant Nutrition - Molecular Biology and Genetics. 1999. p. 261-267.

 

52.       Johnson, C.F., Langhans, R.W., Albright, L.D., Combs, G.F., Welch, R.M., Heller, L., Glahn, R.P., Wheeler, R.M., Goins, G.D. Spinach Nitrate Analysis of an Advanced Life Support (ALS) crop cultured under ALS candidate artificial light sources. CD ROM. International Controlled Environment Systems Proceedings - Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International. 1999. International Controlled Environment Systems Proceedings paper No. 1999-01-2107.

 

53.       Combs, G.F., Jr., Welch, R.M., Duxbury, J.M. Food-based approaches to the prevention of trace element deficiencies. Proceedings of the Vth International Society for Trace Elements Research in Humans. Sept. 27-30, 1998, Lyon, France, UNESCO, Cedex, France. 1998.

 

54.       Welch, R.M., Johansen, C. Session 4 Interpretive Summary. Combining genetic improvement with natural resource management. Adu-Gyamfi, J.J. editor. International Workshop Summary and Recommendations, 27-30 Sept. 1999, ICRISAT, Patancheru, India. Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS) and the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Patancheru, India.1999. p. 119-126. 

 

55.       Welch, R.M., Graham, R.D. Breeding crops for enhanced micronutrient content. Adu-Gyamfi, J.J. editor. International Workshop Summary and Recommendations, Food Security in Nutrient-Stressed Environments: Exploiting Plants’ Genetic Capabilities. Sept. 27-30, 1999, ICRISAT, India. Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences and International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, Patancheru, India. 1999. pp. 103-104.

 

56.       Graham, R.D., Welch, R.M., Bouis, H.E. Addressing micronutrient malnutrition through enhancing the nutritional quality of staple foods: Principles, perspectives and knowledge gaps. Advances in Agronomy. 2001. v. 70. p. 77-141.

 

57.       Welch, R.M. Impact of mineral nutrients in plants on human nutrition on a worldwide scale. Horest, W.J., et al., Editors. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. Plant nutrition - Food security and sustainability of agro-ecosystems. 2001. p. 284-285.

 

58.       Graham, R.D., Welch, R.M. Micronutrient interactions in humans: Setting goals for plant breeders and agronomists. Horst, W.J., et al., Editors. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. Plant nutrition - Food security and sustainability of agro-ecosystems. 2001. p. 286-287.

 

59.       Singh, K., Mori, S., Welch, R.M., Editors. Perspectives on the Micronutrient Nutrition of Crops. Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India. 2001. 295 p.

 

60.       Welch, R.M. Enhancing the value of dietary calcium. Abed, F.H., Combs, G.F. Jr., Editors. An International Symposium on Improving Health and Economic Development: Approaches to Preventing Diet-Related Rickets. Nov. 25, 2000, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 2001. p. 56-67.

 

61.       Cakmak, I., Graham, R.D., Welch, R.M. Agricultural and molecular genetic approaches to improving nutrition and preventing micronutrient malnutrition globally. Cakmak, I., Welch, R.M., Editors. EOLSS Publishers, Oxford, U.K. UNESCO-EOLSS Publishers Co. Ltd., U.K. Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. 2002. v. II. chapter 13.7. p. 1075-2000.

 

62.       Welch, R.M. The impact of mineral nutrients in food crops on global human health. Horst, W.J. et al, editors. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. Progress in Plant Nutrition. Plenary Lectures of the XIV International Plant Nutrition Colloquium. Food security and sustainability of agro-ecosystems through basic and applied research. 2002. p. 83-90.

 

63.       Welch, R.M. Farming for nutritious foods: Agricultural technologies for improved human health. IFA-FAO Agricultural Conference Proceedings. IFA-FAO Agricultural Conference. March 26-28, 2003. Rome, Italy. Global Food Security and the Role of Sustainable Fertilization. International Fertilizer Industry Association/Food and Agricultural Organization, United Nations, Rome, Italy 2003. p. 1-24, http://www.fertilizer.org/ifa/news/2003_9.asp.

 

64.       Johnson-Rutzke, C.F., Glahn, R.P., Rutzke, M.A., Wheeler, R.M., Welch, R.M., Langhans, R.W., Albright, L.D., and Combs, Jr., G.F. Light quality effects on the nutritional value of spinach plants. NASA Technical Memorandum 2002-210268. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, John F. Kennedy Space Center, FL USA 32899

 

65.       Welch, R.M. Link between the application of micronutrients to crops and human health. International Fertilizer Industry International Symposium on Micronutrients, 23-25 Feb. 2004, New Delhi, India. p. 1-15. http//www.fertilizer.org/ifa/news/2004_3.asp

 

66.       Welch, R.M. Farming for health: The future of agriculture. Crozier, C. (Ed.) Southern Plant Nutrient Management Conference Proceedings, Oct. 5-6, 2004, Whispering Woods Hotel and Conference Center, Olive Branch, MS 2004. p. 35-41.

 

67.   Yeung, C.K., Glahn, R.P., Welch, R.M., Miller, D.D. Prebiotics and iron bioavailability – is there a connection? Journal of Food Science V. 70. p. R88-R92.

 


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