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  1. Goldman, I.L., T.E. Carter, Jr., and R.P. Patterson. 1987. Differential Genotypic Response to Drought Stress and Subsoil Aluminum in Soybean. Crop Science. 29:330-334.
  2. Goldman, I.L., T.E. Carter, Jr., and R.P. Patterson. 1987. A Detrimental Interaction of Subsoil Aluminum and Drought Stress on the Leaf Water Status of Soybean. Agronomy Journal. 81:461-463. PDF
  3. Goldman, I.L., and E.T. Gritton. 1991. Expression of the Tendrilled Acacia Trait in the Afila-Tendrilled Acacia Pea Leaf during Plant Development. Journal of Heredity. 82:479-483. PDF
  4. Goldman, I.L., and E.T. Gritton. 1992.  Evaluation of the Afila-Tendriled Acacia Pea Foliage Type under Minimal Competition. Crop Science.  32:851-855. PDF
  5. Goldman, I.L., E.T. Gritton, and P.J. Flannery. 1992. Evaluation of the Afila-Tendriled Acacia Pea Foliage Type under High Competition. Crop Science. 32:855-861. PDF
  6. Goldman, I.L., and E.T. Gritton. 1992. Seasonal Variation in Leaf Component Allocation in Normal, Afila, and Afila-tendrilled Acacia Pea Foliage Near-isolines. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 117:1017-1020.PDF
  7. Goldman, I.L., T.R. Rocheford, and J.W. Dudley. 1993. Quantitative Trait Loci Influencing Protein and Starch Concentration in the Illinois Long Term Selection maize strains. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 87:217-224PDF.
  8. Goldman, I.L., T.R. Rocheford, and J.W. Dudley. 1994. Molecular Markers Associated with Maize Kernel Oil Concentration in an Illinois High Protein x Illinois Low Protein Cross. Crop Science. 34:908-915. PDF
  9. Gabelman, W.H., I.L. Goldman, and D.N. Breitbach. 1994. Field evaluation and selection for resistance to aster yellows in carrot (Daucus carota L.). Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 119:1293-1297. PDF
  10. Goldman, I.L. and W.F. Tracy. 1994. Kernel protein concentration in sugary-1 and shrunken-2 sweet corn. HortScience. 29:209-210. PDF
  11. Goldman, I.L., B.S. Schwartz, and M. Kopelberg. 1995. Variability in blood platelet inhibitory activity of Allium  species accessions. American Journal of Botany. 82: 827-832. PDF
  12. Goldman, I.L. 1995. Differential effect of population density on shape and size of cylindrical red beet (Beta vulgaris L.) genotypes. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 1206:906-908. PDF
  13. Paran, I., I.L. Goldman, S.D. Tanksley, and D. Zamir. 1995. Recombinant inbred lines for genetic mapping in tomato. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 90:542-548. PDF
  14. Goldman, I.L., I. Paran, and D. Zamir. 1995. Quantitative trait locus analysis of a recombinant inbred line population derived from a Lycopersicon esculentum X Lycopersicon cheesmanii cross. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 90:925-932. PDF
  15. Goldman and M. Kopelberg. 1996. Comparative antiplatelet activity of four cultivated onion (Allium cepa) genotypes. Acta Horticulturae. 426:255-8. PDF
  16. Wang and I.L. Goldman. 1996. Red beet (Beta vulgaris) inbred lines and plant introductions differ in root folic acid content. Acta Horticulturae. 426:273-6. PDF
  17. Eagen, K.A. and I.L. Goldman. 1996. Assessment of RAPD marker frequencies over cycles of recurrent selection for pigment concentration and percent solids in red beet (Beta vulgaris L.). Molecular Breeding. 2:107-115. PDF
  18. Goldman, I.L., K.A. Eagen, D.N. Breitbach, and W.H. Gabelman. 1996. Simultaneous selection is effective in increasing betalain pigment concentration but not total dissolved solids in red beet (Beta vulgaris L.). Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 121:23-6. PDF
  19. Wang, M., and I.L. Goldman. 1996. Resistance to root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne hapla Chitwood) infection in carrot (Daucus carota L.) is controlled by two recessive genes. Journal of Heredity. 87:119-23. PDF
  20. Goldman, I.L. and D.N. Breitbach. 1996. Inheritance of a recessive character controlling reduced carotenoid pigmentation in carrot (Daucus carota L.). Journal of Heredity. 87:380-382. PDF
  21. Goldman, I.L. 1996. A list of germplasm releases from the University of Wisconsin table Beet Breeding Program, 1964-1992. HortScience. 31:880-881. PDF
  22. Goldman, I.L. 1996. A list of germplasm releases from the University of Wisconsin Onion Breeding Program, 1957-1993. HortScience. 31:878-879. PDF
  23. Goldman, I.L. 1996. A list of germplasm releases from the University of Wisconsin Carrot Breeding Program,1964-1993. HortScience. 31:882-883. PDF
  24. Goldman, I.L., M. Kopelberg, J.E.P. Debaene. 1996. Antiplatelet activity in Onion (Allium cepa) is Sulfur Dependent. Thrombosis and Haemostasis. 76:450-2. PDF
  25. Goldman, I.L., 1996. Elevated antiplatelet activity Induced by Extracts from Onion umbels. HortScience. 31:874. PDF
  26. Wang, M., and I.L. Goldman. 1996. Phenotypic variation in free folic acid content among F1 hybrids and open-pollinated cultivars of red beet. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 121:1040-1042. PDF
  27. Wang, M., and I.L. Goldman. 1997.  Accumulation and distribution of free folic acid content in red beet (Beta vulgaris L.). Plant Foods for Human Nutrition.  50:1-8. PDF
  28. Goldman, I.L., and J.F. Watson. 1997.  Inheritance and phenocopy of a Red Beet giberrellic acid-deficient dwarf mutant. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science.  122:315-318. PDF
  29. Watson, J.F., and I.L. Goldman. 1997.  Inheritance of a gene conditioning blotchy root color in Beta vulgaris.  J. Heredity.  88:540-543. PDF
  30. Paran, I., I.L. Goldman, and D. Zamir. 1997.  QTL analysis of morphological traits in a tomato recombinant inbred line population.  Genome.  40:242-248. PDF
  31. Barak, P., and I.L. Goldman. 1997.  Antagonistic relationship between selenate and sulfate uptake in onion (Allium cepa):  Implications for the production of organosulfur and organoselenium compounds in Plants.  J. Agriculture and Food Chemistry.  45:1290-1294. PDF
  32. Wang, M., and I.L. Goldman. 1997. Transgressive segregation and reciprocal effect for free folic acid content in a red beet population.  Euphytica. 96:317-321. PDF
  33. Goldman, I.L. 1998. Inheritance of ffs, a gene conditioning fasciated flower stem in red beet. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 123:632-634. PDF
  34. Goldman, I.L., 1998.  From out of old fields comes all this new corn: An historical perspective on heterosis in Plant Improvement. P. 1-12. In: Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants. K.R. Lamkey and J. Staub, eds. Crop Science Society of America Special Publication No. 25. Crop Science Society of America, Madison, WI. PDF
  35. Debaene, J.E.P., I.L. Goldman, and B. S. Yandell. 1999. Postharvest flux and genotype x environment effects for onion-induced antiplatelet activity, pungeny, and soluble solids in long day onion during postharvest cold storage. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 124:366-372.PDF
  36. Goldman, I.L., A.A. Kader, and C. Heintz. 1999. Influence of Production, Handling, and Storage on Phytonutrient Content of Foods. Nutr. Reviews. (II)S46-S52. PDF
  37. Goldman, I.L., 1999.  Inbreeding and outbreeding in the development of a modern heterosis concept. In: The Genetics and Exploitation of Heterosis in Crops; An International Symposium. J.G. Coors, ed. CIMMYT,  Mexico City, Mexico. PDF
  38. Wang, M., and I.L. Goldman. 1999. Genetic Distance and Diversity in Table Beet and Sugar Beet Accessions Measured by Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 124:630-635. PDF
  39. Goldman, I.L. 1999. Teaching recurrent selection in the Classroom with Wisconsin Fast Plants. HortTechnology. 9:579-584. PDF
  40. Goldman, I.L. 2000. Prediction in plant breeding. Plant Breeding Reviews. 19:15-40. PDF
  41. Goldman, I.L., M.J. Havey, and G. Schroeck. 2000. History of public onion breeding programs in the United States. Plant Breeding Reviews. 20:67-103. PDF
  42. Goldman, I.L., and D. Austin. 2000. Linkage among the R, Y, and bl loci in table beet. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 100:337-343. PDF
  43. Von Elbe, J., and I.L. Goldman. 2000. The Betalains. In: Natural Colors in Food. G.J. Lauro and F.J. Francis, eds. Marcel Dekker, New York.  P. 11-30. PDF
  44. Briggs. W.H., Xiao, H., Shen, C., Parkin, K.L., and I.L. Goldman. 2000. Differential inhibition of Human Platelet Aggregation by selected Allium thiosulfinates. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. 11:5731-5735. PDF
  45. Goldman, I. L., and M. J. Havey. History and Pedigree of Public Onion Releases in the United States. Onion World Feb. 2000: 10-14. Print. PDF
  46. Galmarini, C., I.L. Goldman, and M.J. Havey. 2001. Genetic analyses of correlated solids, flavor, and health-enhancing traits in onion (Allium cepa L.). Molecular and General Genetics. 265:543-551 PDF
  47. Austin, D., and I.L. Goldman. 2001. Transmission ratio distortion due to the bl gene in table beet. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 126:340-343. PDF
  48. Shen, C., Xiao, H., Rajan, S., Briggs, W.H., Goldman, I.L. Verma, A., Ingham, S., Parkin, K. Bioactivities of thiosulfinates from Alliums. 2001. Am. Chem Soc. Special Publication. PDF
  49. Orvis, K., Barak, P., Goldman, I.L. 2001. Excess sulfate supply and onion-induced human antiplatelet activity. J. Pl. Nut. Soil Sci. 164:457-462. PDF
  50. Briggs, W.H., J.D. Folts, H.E. Osman, and I.L. Goldman. 2001. Administration of raw onion inhibits platelet-mediated thrombosis in dogs. J. Nutrition. 131:2619-2622. PDF
  51. Goldman, I.L. 2002. “Forgotten and Future Vegetable Phytoceuticals.” In: Trends in New Crops and New Uses.Ed. J. Janick. Print.PDF
  52. Goldman, I.L., and J.P. Navazio. 2002. History and breeding of table beet in the United States. Plant Breeding Reviews. 22:357-388. PDF
  53. Briggs, W.H., and I.L. Goldman. 2002. Variation in economically and ecologically important traits in onion plant organs during reproductive development. Plant Cell and Environment. 25:1031-1037. PDF
  54. Poon, W.Y.L. and I.L. Goldman. 2002. Comparative carotenoid accumulation and retention in Near-isogenic rprp and RPRP Inbred Carrot Lines. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 127:284-289. PDF
  55. Goldman, I.L. 2002. Raymond Pearl, Smoking, and Longevity. Genetics. 162:997-1001.  PDF
  56. Goldman, I.L. 2002, “Why Medicine Needs Agriculture” in NABC Report 14 on Foods for Health. 113-121. Print. PDF
  57. Goldman, I.L. 2002. From Soil to Snake Oil: Possibilities and Limitations in Food Functionality. Proceedings of the Symposium on Fertilizing Crops for Functional Food. 3.1-3.4. PDF
  58. Goldman, I.L. 2003. “Onions and Other Allium Plants” in Encyclopedia of Food and Culture. Ed. S.H. Katz.  8-14. PDF
  59. Janick, J., and I.L. Goldman. 2003. Horticulture, horticultural science, and 100 years of ASHS. HortScience 38:883-900. PDF
  60. Tiefenthaler, A.E., I.L. Goldman, and W.F. Tracy. 2003 Vegetable and Corn Yeilds in the United States, 1900-present. HortScience. 38:1080-1082. PDF
  61. Osmont, K., Arnt, C., and I.L. Goldman. 2003. Temporal aspects of onion-induced antiplatelet activity. Plant Foods for Human Nutrition. 58:27-40. PDF
  62. Goldman, I.L. 2003. Recognition of fruits and vegetables as healthful: vitamins and phytonutrients. HortTechnology. 13:1-6. PDF
  63. Goldman, I.L. 2003. Back to the future of food: phytonutrients and quality in vegetable crops for the 21st century. Acta Horticulturae. 637: 353-360. PDF
  64. Hovius, M.H.Y. and I.L. Goldman. 2003. Relationship of white rot resistance to pyruvate and S-alk(en)yl-L-cysteine sulfoxides in onion roots. Acta Horticulturae. 637: 195-201. PDF
  65. Goldman, I.L. 2004. Intellectual legacy of the Illinois Long Term Selection Experiment. Plant Breeding Reviews. 24(1):61-78. PDF
  66. Tracy, W.F., I.L. Goldman, A.E. Tiefenthaler, and M. Schaber. 2004. Trends in productivity of US crops and long term selection. Plant Breeding Reviews. 24(2):89-108.PDF
  67. Hovius, M.H.Y.  B. Yandell, and I.L. Goldman. 2004. Evaluation of long-day onions for resistance to white rot infection using greenhouse and laboratory techniques. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 129(2): 258-265 . PDF
  68. Hovius, M.H.Y. K.L. Parkin, and I.L. Goldman. 2004. Flavor precursor (S-alk(en)yl-l-cysteine sulfoxide) concentration and composition in onion plant organs and predictability of field white rot reaction of onions. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 130(2): 196-202. PDF
  69. Koch, T., and I.L. Goldman. 2004. A one-pass semi-quantitative method for extraction and analysis of carotenoids and tocopherols in carrot. HortScience. 39(6): 1260-1261. PDF
  70. Goldman, I.L. 2004. “Biennial Crops” in Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science. Ed. R.M. Goodman. 122-124. PDF
  71. Goldman, I.L. 2004. “Breeding Biennial Crops” in Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science. Ed. R.M. Goodman. 171-173. PDF
  72. Koch, T., ad I. L. Goldman 2005. Relationship of Carotenoids and Tocopherols in a sample of Carrot root-color accessions and carrot germplasm carrying Rp and rp Alleles. J. Agr. Food Chem. 53:  325-331 PDF
  73. Gaertner, V. L., and I L. Goldman. 2005. Pigment distribution and total dissolved solids of selected cycles of table beet from a recurrent selection program for increased pigment. Journal of the   American Society for Horticultural Science.  130(3): 424-43.PDF
  74. Goldman, I.L. 2005. “Breeding: Evolutionary Aspects” in Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science. Ed. R.M. Goodman. Print. PDF
  75. Briggs, W.H., and I.L. Goldman. 2006.Genetic Variation and Selection Response in Model Breeding Populations of Brassica rapa following a Diversity Bottleneck. The Genetics Society of America.172:457-46. PDF
  76. Tel-Zur, N. and I. L. Goldman. 2007. Analysis of sub-populations of rapid-cycling Brassica rapa following recurrent bi-directional selection for cotyledon size. Plant Breeding. 166: 62-66. PDF
  77. Kalt, W., A. B. Howell, S. L. MacKinnon, and I. L. Goldman. 2007. Selected bioactivited of Vaccinium berries and other fruit crops in relation to their phenolic contents. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 87: 2279-2285. PDF
  78. Goldman, I.L. and P.W. Simon. 2007. “Carrot” in Genetic Resources, Chromosome Engineering, and Crop Improvement. Ed. Ram J. Singh. 497-516. Print PDF
  79. Goldman, I. L. 2008. Energy Transformations in a Land Grant College: The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center. NABC Report 20: Reshaping American Agriculture to Meet its Biofuel and Biopolymer Roles. 211-221. PDF
  80. Goldman, I. L. 2008. “Table Beet” in Vegetables I. Ed. Jaime Prohens and F. Nuez. New York:  Springer. 219-238. Print. PDF
  81. Freidig, A.K., and I.L. Goldman. 2011.Variation in oxalic acid content among commercial table beet cultivars and related crops. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 136:54-60. PDF
  82. Goldman, I.L. 2011. Molecular breeding of healthy vegetables. EMBO Reports. 12:96-102.
  83. Hansen, E., Folts, J., and I.L. Goldman. 2012. Effect of cooking on onion-induced antiplatelet activity in human subjects. Nutrition Journal. 11:76.
  84. Arscott, S., and I.L. Goldman. 2012. Selenium enrichment in sprouts of Brassica and Allium species. HortScience. 47:497-502
  85. Hatlestad, G.J., M. Rasika, N. Sunnadeniya, A. Akhavan, A. Gonzalez, I.L. Goldman, J. M. McGrath, and A. Lloyd. 2012. The beet R locus encodes a new cytochrome P450 required for red betalain production. Nature Genetics 44:816-820.
  86. Goldman, I.L. 2013. Genetic diversity and plant breeding. In Levin, S.A. (ed). Encyclopedia of Bioiversity, 2nd Ed. Elsevier, Inc. 1:459-469
  87. Schaber, M.A. and I.L. Goldman. 2013. Visual versus marker-based selection of hybrid progency in fertile x fertile beet and carrot crosses. Crop Science. 53:1419-1426
  88. Goldman, I.. 2014. The Future of Breeding Fruit and Vegetables with Human Health Functionality: Realities, Challenges, and Opportunities. HortScience49:133-137
  89. Luby, C.H., Maeda, H.A., and I.L. Goldman. 2014. Genetic and phonological variation of tocochromanol (Vitamin E) content in wild (Daucus carota L. var. carota) and domesticated carort (D. carota L. var. sativa). Horticulture Research. doi:10.1038/hortres.2014.15
  90. Freidig, A., and I.L. Goldman. 2014. Geosmin (2β,6α-Dimethylbicyclo[4.4.0]decan-1β-ol) Production Associated with Beta vulgaris ssp. vulgaris Is Cultivar Specific. J. Agric. Food Chem. 62: 2031–2036
  91. Luby, C., Michaels, T., Kloppenburg, J., and Goldman, I. 2015. Enhancing freedom to operate for plant breedersa and farmers through open source plant breeding. Crop Science 55:1-8. Luby et al., 2015
  92. Luby, C.H., and I.L. Goldman. 2015. Release of Eight Open Source Carrot (Daucus carota L. var. sativa) Composite Populations Developed Under Organic Conditions. HortScience, In press.
  93. Tanumihardjo, S., Simon, P., and Goldman, I. Vegetables of temperate climates: carrot, parsnip, and beetroot. In Encyclopedia of food and health, 1st edition. In press.
  94. Luby, C.H., R. Vernon, H.A. Maeda, and I.L. Goldman. 2015. Lack of Correspondence Between Experimentally-Determined Values of Vitamin E in Carrot (Daucus carota L.) and Those Reported in the USDA National Nutrient Database. HortScience, In press.
  95. Luby, C.H., J. Kloppenburg, and I.L. reGoldman. 2015. W(h)ither Cooperative Endeavor in Plant Breeding?: The Open Source Seed Initiative and the Recovery of Freedom to Operate. Plant Breeding Reviews. In press.
  96. Baranski, R., I.L. Goldman, T. Nothnagel, and J.W. Scott. 2015. Improving color sources by plant breeding and cultivation. Handbook on Natural Pigments in Food and Beverages: Industrial Applications for Improving Color. In press.
  97. Luby, C.H., and I.L. Goldman. 2016. Improving freedom to operate in carrot breeding through the development of eight open source composite populations of carrot (Daucus carotaL. var. sativus). Sustainability 8, 479; doi:10.3390/su8050479