Student Symposium will take place on Thursday, April 19. The Student Symposium schedule is available online.
DeJong, T.M., R. Favreau, Y.L. Grossman, and G. Lopez. 2011. Using concept-based computer simulation modeling to study and develop an integrated understanding of tree crop physiology. Ninth International Symposium on Orchard Systems. Acta Horticulturae 903:751–758.
Grossman, Y.L., A.B. Berdanier, M.L. Custic, L.R. Feeley, S.F. Peake, A.J. Saenz, and K.S. Sitton. 2011. Integrating photosynthesis, respiration, biomass partitioning, and plant growth: developing a Microsoft Excel®-based simulation model of Wisconsin Fast Plant (Brassica rapa, Brassicaceae) growth with undergraduate students. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena 6:295–313. DOI: 10.1051/mmnp/20116616. [Note: All co-authors were Beloit College students when the research was conducted.]
Campbell, P. J., C Mendelson, and Y. Grossman. 2007. Editorial: Write your own contest entry. The UMAP Journal 28: 93-98.
Grossman, Y.L., A. González, and E.W. Pavel. 2006. Modeling mango fruit and vegetative growth. Acta Horticulturae 707:33-40.
Grossman, Y.L. 2004. Doing science in the liberal arts. In: Ninety percent study and ninety percent experience: Reflections on liberal arts education. McBride, T. editor. Beloit College Press, Beloit, WI.
Pavel, E.W. F.M.G. Vanassche, and Y.L. Grossman. 2003. Optimization of irrigation management in mango trees by determination of water and carbon demands to improve water use efficiency and fruit quality. Final Report to the Water Research Commission, Pretoria, South Africa.
Grossman, Y.L., T.M. DeJong, and S.F. Vosburg. 2002. PEACH. First review folder. BioQUEST Library Volume VI:116-117.
Jacobsen, K.R., Y.L. Grossman, Y.-L., Hsieh, W.F. Lalor, R.E. Plant, and J.A. Jernstedt. 2001. Neps, seed-coat fragments, and non-seed impurities in processed cotton. Journal of Cotton Science 5:53-67.
Esparza, G., T.M. DeJong, and Y.L. Grossman. 1999. Modifying PEACH to model the vegetative and reproductive growth of almonds. Acta Horticulturae 499:91-106.
DeJong, T.M., W. Tsuji, J.F. Doyle, and Y.L. Grossman. 1999. Comparative economic efficiency of four peach production systems in California. HortScience 34:73-78.
Grossman, Y.L. and T.M. DeJong. 1998. Training and pruning system effects on potential vegetative growth, light interception and cropping efficiency in peach trees. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 123:1058-1064.
Berman, M.E., A. Rosati., L. Pace, Y.L. Grossman, and T.M. DeJong. 1998. Using simulation modeling to estimate the relationship between date of fruit maturity and yield potential in peach. Fruit Varieties Journal 52:229-235.
Andris, H.L., C.H. Crisosto, and Y.L. Grossman. 1998. The use of reflective mulches to improve the apple fruit red color. Congress Proceedings of the American Society of Plasticulture. [Republished in English and French with additional abstracts in Spanish and German in Plasticulture 116:33-42.]
Pace, L.S., T.M. DeJong, and Y.L. Grossman. 1996. Applicazione di un nuovo modello fenoclimatico per la valutazione dell’attivita’ vegeto-produttiva del pesco. III Giornate Scientifiche Societa’ Orticultura Italiana, Erice, Italy.
Grossman, Y.L., S.L. Ustin, S. Jacquemoud, E.W. Sanderson, G. Schmuck, and J. Verdebout. 1996. Critique of stepwise multiple linear regression for the extraction of leaf biochemistry information from leaf reflectance data. Remote Sensing of Environment 56:182-193.
Grossman, Y.L., R.B. Elkins, and T.M. DeJong. 1996. Summer pruning does not appear to increase Bartlett Pear crop yield on reduced height trees. IN 1995 Report, Research Projects for California Bartlett Pears. January 1996.
Grossman, Y.L., R.B. Elkins, and T.M. DeJong. 1996. Summer pruning does not appear to increase Bartlett pear crop yield on reduced height trees in northern California. Acta Horticulturae 451:543-550.
DeJong, T.M., W. Tsuji, J.F. Doyle, and Y.L. Grossman. 1996. Do high density systems really pay? - Evaluation of high density systems for cling peaches. Acta Horticulturae 451: 599-604.
Grossman, Y.L. and T.M. DeJong. 1995. Maximum vegetative growth potential and seasonal patterns of resource dynamics during peach growth. Annals of Botany 76:473-482.
Grossman, Y.L. and T.M. DeJong. 1995. Maximum fruit growth potential following resource limitation during peach growth. Annals of Botany 75:561-567.
Grossman, Y.L. and T.M. DeJong. 1995. Maximum fruit growth potential and seasonal patterns of resource dynamics during peach growth. Annals of Botany 75:553-560.
DeJong, T.M., Y.L. Grossman, S.F. Vosburg, and L.S. Pace. 1995. PEACH: A user friendly peach tree growth and yield simulation model for research and education. Acta Horticulturae 416:199-206.
DeJong, T.M. and Y.L. Grossman. 1995. Quantifying sink and source limitations on dry matter partitioning to fruit growth in peach trees. Physiologia Plantarum 95:437-443.
Grossman, Y.L, S.L. Ustin, E.W. Sanderson, S. Jacquemoud, G. Schmuck, and J. Verdebout. 1994. Examination of regression and correlation approaches for extraction of leaf biochemistry information from leaf reflectance data. IN Accelerated Canopy Chemistry Program Final Report to NASA-EOS-IWG. October 19, 1994.
Grossman, Y.L., E.W. Sanderson, and S.L. Ustin. 1994. Relationships between leaf chemistry and reflectance for plant species from Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, California. Proceedings of the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Pasadena, CA, August 1994.
Grossman, Y.L. and T.M. DeJong. 1994. PEACH: A model of reproductive and vegetative growth in peach trees. Tree Physiology 14:329-345.
Grossman, Y.L. and T.M. DeJong. 1994. Carbohydrate requirements for dark respiration by peach vegetative organs. Tree Physiology 14:37-48.
DeJong, T.M. and Y.L. Grossman. 1994. A supply and demand approach to modeling annual reproductive and vegetative growth of deciduous fruit trees. HortScience 29:1435-1442.
Grossman, Y.L. 1992. Genetic engineering, science, and society. Book review, BioScience 42:458-459.
DeJong, T.M. and Y.L. Grossman. 1992. Modelling the seasonal carbon economy of deciduous tree crops. In Third International Symposium on computer modelling in fruit research and orchard management. Eds. J.G. Buwalda and T.A. Atkins. Acta Horticulturae 313:21-28.
Tiedje, J.M., R.K. Colwell, Y.L. Grossman, R.E. Hodson, R.E. Lenski, R.N. Mack, and P.J. Regal. 1989. The planned introduction of genetically engineered organisms: ecological considerations and recommendations. Ecology 70:298-315.
Grossman, Y.L. 1989. Toward a science-based policy on the release of genetically engineered organisms. Washington Watch, BioScience 39:229.
Grossman, Y.L. and C. Lacy. 1982. The Amherst Water Conservation Project: Final Report, Hitchcock Center for the Environment and the Town of Amherst. 149 pp.