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University of California
Riverside, CA 92521
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Parker, David R
Professor of Soil Chemistry & Soil Chemist
- College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences
- Environmental Science
- PhD Agronomy 1988
- Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
- MS Soil Science 1981
- Oregon State University
- BS Plant and Soil Science 1978
- University of Vermont
2009 Virginia Technological and State University, Outstanding Alumnus
1988 Graduate Dissertation Award, Virginia Tech Chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta
1988 PhD Research Award - Virginia Tech Chapter of Sigma Xi
1987 C.I. Rich Graduate FEllow
Member, Sigma Xi
Member, Gamma Sigma Delta
Member, Phi Kappa Phi
Research Specialization -Trace-element biogeochemistry and bioavailability
Phytoremediation of contaminated soils and sediments
Plant toxicities of metals and metalloids
Plant adaptations to mineral stress factors
Parker, D.R., and J.F. Pedler. 1998. Probing the "malate hypothesis" of differential aluminum tolerance in wheat by using other rhizotoxic ions as proxies for Al. Planta 205:389-396.
Parker, D.R., and W.A. Norvell. 1999. Advances in solution culture methods for plant mineral nutrition research. Adv. Agron. 65:151-213.
Pedler, J.F., D. R. Parker, and D.E. Crowley. 2000. Zinc deficiency-induced phytosiderophore release by the Triticaceae is not consistently expressed in solution culture. Planta 211:120-126.
Parker, D. R., J.F. Pedler, Z.S. Ahnstrom, and M. Resketo. 2001. Reevaluating the free-ion activity model of trace metal toxicity toward higher plants: Experimental evidence with copper and zinc. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 20:899-906.
Feist, L.J., and D. R. Parker. 2001. Ecotypic variation in selenium accumulation among populations of Stanleya pinnata. New Phytol. 149:61-69.
Ahnstrom, Z. S., and D. R. Parker. 2001. Cadmium reactivity in metal contaminated soils using a coupled stable isotope dilution-sequential extraction procedure. Environ. Sci. Technol. 35:121-126.
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