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- Hiremath, Shiv; Lehtoma, Kirsten; Nagle, Annemarie; Bonello, Pierluigi. 2011. Screening for Phytophthora cinnamomi in reclaimed mined lands targeted for American chestnut restoration projects.
- Hiremath, Shiv; Lehtoma, Kirsten; Hebard, Fred. 2009. Use of SSR-primers for progeny selection in a chestnut breeding program.
- Hiremath, Shiv; Lehtoma, Kirsten; Podila, Gopi K. 2009. Identification of a small heat-shock protein associated with a ras-mediated signaling pathway in ectomycorrhizal symbiosis.
- Hiremath, Shiv; Lohtoma, Kirsten. 2008. Molecular identification of ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with the American chestnut.
- Hiremath, Shiv; Lehtoma, Kirsten. 2007. Ectomycorrhizal fungi forming symbiotic association with the American chestnut.
- Pinchot, C.C.; Flower, C.E.; Knight, K.S.; Marks, C.; Minocha, R.; Lesser, D.; Woeste, K.; Schaberg, P.G.; Baldwin, B.; Delatte, D.M.; Fox, T.D.; Hayes-Plazolles, N.; Held, B.; Lehtoma, K.; Long, S.; Mattix, S.; Sipes, A.; Slavicek, J.M. 2017. Development of new Dutch Elm disease-tolerant selections for restoration of the American Elm in urban and forested landscapes.
- Hiremath, Shivanand; Lehtoma, Kirsten; Bauman, Jenise M. 2014. Native mycorrhizal fungi replace introduced fungal species on Virginia pine and American chestnut planted on reclaimed mine sites of Ohio.
- Hiremath, Shiv; Lehtoma, Kirsten; Nicklow, Mike; Willison, Gary. 2013. Pyrolusite Process® to remove acid mine drainage contaminants from Kimble Creek in Ohio: A pilot study.
- Hiremath, Shiv; Lehtoma, Kirsten; Bauman, Jenise M. 2013. Survey for the presence of Phytophthora cinnamomi on reclaimed mined lands in Ohio chosen for restoration of the American chestnut.
- Hiremath, Shiv; Lehtoma, Kirsten; Hebard, Fred. 2007. Blight-resistant American chestnut trees: selection of progeny from a breeding program.
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