Journal Articles (refereed; by year, then author)

Todd C. Wehner

  1. Wehner, T. C. and E. T. Gritton. 1981. Effect of the n gene on pea pod characteristics. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 106: 181-183.
  2. Wehner, T. C. and E. T. Gritton. 1981. Horticultural evaluation of eight foliage types of peas near-isogenic for the genes af, tl and st. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 196: 272-278.
  3. Wehner, T. C. and R. D. Locy. 1981. In vitro adventitious shoot and root formation of cultivars and lines of Cucumis sativus L. HortScience 16: 759-760.
  4. Wehner, T. C. and M. E. Saltveit, Jr. 1982. A compressed air test for carpel adhesion in pickling cucumbers. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 107: 631-633.
  5. Jenkins, S. F., Jr. and T. C. Wehner. 1983. Occurrence of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cucumerinum on greenhouse-grown Cucumis sativus seed stocks in North Carolina. Plant Dis. 67: 1024-1025.
  6. Wehner, T. C. and M. E. Saltveit, Jr. 1983. Photographic analysis of cucumber fruit elongation. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 108: 465-468.
  7. Wehner, T. C., G. E. Tolla and E. G. Humphries. 1983. A plot scale extractor for cucumber seeds. HortScience 18: 246-247.
  8. Wehner, T. C. 1984. Estimates of heritabilities and variance components for low-temperature germination ability in cucumber. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 109: 664-667.
  9. Wehner, T. C. and H. P. Fleming. 1984. Evaluation of bloater resistance in pickling cucumbers using a brine carbonation method. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 109: 261-265.
  10. Wehner, T. C. and C. H. Miller. 1984Efficiency of single-harvest methods for measurement of yield in fresh-market cucumbers. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 109: 659-664.
  11. Wehner, T. C., T. J. Monaco and A. R. Bonanno. 1984. Chemical defoliation of cucumber vines for simulation of once-over harvest in small-plot yield trials. HortScience 19: 671-673.
  12. Sloane, J. T., T. C. Wehner and S. F. Jenkins, Jr. 1985. Inheritance of resistance to Rhizoctonia fruit rot in cucumber. HortScience 20: 1119-1120.
  13. Staub, J. E., R. S. Kupper, D. Schuman, T. C. Wehner and B. May. 1985. Electrophoretic variation and enzyme storage stability in cucumber. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 110: 426-431.
  14. Wehner, T. C., K. D. Elsey and G. G. Kennedy. 1985. Screening for cucumber antibiosis to pickleworm. HortScience 20: 1117-1119.
  15. Wehner, T. C. and S. F. Jenkins, Jr. 1985. Rate of natural outcrossing in monoecious cucumbers. HortScience 20: 211-213.
  16. Wehner, T. C. and C. H. Miller. 1985. Effect of gynoecious expression on yield and earliness of a fresh-market cucumber hybrid. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 110: 464-466.
  17. Perry, K. B., T. C. Wehner and G. L. Johnson. 1986. Comparison of 14 methods to determine heat unit requirements for cucumber harvest. HortScience 21: 419-423.
  18. Rubino, D. B. and T. C. Wehner. 1986. Efficiency of early generation testing in pickling cucumber. Euphytica 35: 89-96.
  19. Rubino, D. B. and T. C. Wehner. 1986. Effect of inbreeding on horticultural performance of lines developed from an open-pollinated pickling cucumber population. Euphytica 35: 459-464.
  20. Strefeler, M. S. and T. C. Wehner. 1986. Estimates of heritabilities and genetic variances of three yield and five quality traits in three fresh-market cucumber populations. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 111: 599-605.
  21. Strefeler, M. S. and T. C. Wehner. 1986. Comparison of six methods of multiple trait selection for fruit yield and quality traits in three fresh-market cucumber populations. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 111: 792-798.
  22. Swallow, W. H. and T. C. Wehner. 1986. Optimum plot size determination and its application to cucumber yield trials. Euphytica 35: 421-432.
  23. Wehner, T. C. 1986. Efficiency of 3 single-harvest trials for evaluation of yield in pickling cucumber. Euphytica 35: 493-501.
  24. Booy, G., T. C. Wehner and S. F. Jenkins, Jr. 1987. Resistance of cucumber lines to Rhizoctonia solani damping off: not related to fruit rot resistance. HortScience 22: 105-108.
  25. Staub, J. E., T. C. Wehner and G. E. Tolla. 1987. Effect of treatment of cucumber seeds with growth regulators on emergence and yield of plants in the field. Acta Horticulturae 198: 43-49.
  26. Wehner, T. C. 1987. Efficient methods for testing vegetable cultivars. HortScience 22: 1220-1223.
  27. Ramirez, D. R., T. C. Wehner and C. H. Miller. 1988. Growth analysis of three cucumber lines differing in plant habit. HortScience 23: 145-148.
  28. Ramirez, D. R., T. C. Wehner and C. H. Miller. 1988. Source limitation by defoliation and its effect on dry matter production and yield of cucumber. HortScience 23: 704-706.
  29. Wehner, T. C. 1988. Genetic considerations in germplasm collection and maintenance introduction to the symposium. HortScience 23: 78.
  30. Wehner, T. C. 1988. Genetic considerations in germplasm collection and maintenance: a summary. HortScience 23: 95-97.
  31. Wehner, T. C. 1988. Effect of end-border condition on small-plot yield of cucumber. Euphytica 38: 113-119.
  32. Staub, J. E., T. C. Wehner and G. E. Tolla. 1989. The effects of chemical seed treatments on horticultural characteristics in cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.). Scientia Hort. 38: 1-10.
  33. Swallow, W. H. and T. C. Wehner. 1989. Optimum allocation of plots to years, seasons, locations, and replications, and its application to once-over-harvest cucumber trials. Euphytica 43: 59-68.
  34. Wehner, T. C., R. L. Lower, J. E. Staub and G. E. Tolla. 1989. Convergent-divergent selection for cucumber fruit yield. HortScience 24: 667-669.
  35. Cade, R. M., T. C. Wehner and F. A. Blazich. 1990. Somatic embryos derived from cotyledons of cucumber. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 115:691-696.
  36. Perry, K. B. and T. C. Wehner. 1990. Prediction of cucumber harvest date using a heat unit model. HortScience 25: 405-406.
  37. Pierce, L. K. and T. C. Wehner. 1990. Review of genes and linkage groups in cucumber. HortScience 25: 605-615.
  38. Wehner, T. C. and C. H. Miller. 1990. Yield of cucumbers in multiple-harvest trials with dissimilar genotypes in border rows. HortScience 25: 106-108.
  39. Dhillon, N. P. S. and T. C. Wehner. 1991. Host-plant resistance to insects in cucurbits – germplasm resources, genetics and breeding. Trop. Pest Manage. 37(4): 421-428.
  40. Lower, R. L., T. C. Wehner, and S. F. Jenkins, Jr. 1991. Gy 4 cucumber inbred and ‘Raleigh’ hybrid pickling cucumber. HortScience 26:77-78.
  41. Walters, S. A., T. C. Wehner and K. R. Barker. 1991. Resistance to root-knot nematodes in cucumber and horned cucumber. J. Nematol. 23: 611-614.
  42. Wehner, T. C., S. F. Jenkins, Jr., and R. L. Lower. 1991. Gy 5 cucumber inbred and ‘Johnston’ hybrid pickling cucumber. HortScience 26:78-79.
  43. Walters, S. A., T. C. Wehner and K. R. Barker. 1992. Effects of root decay on the relationship between Meloidogyne spp. gall index and egg mass number in cucumber and horned cucumber. J. Nematol. 24 (4S): 707-711.
  44. Walters, S. A., T. C. Wehner and K. R. Barker. 1993. Root-knot nematode resistance in cucumber and horned cucumber. HortScience 28: 151-154.
  45. Wehner, T. C. and P. C. St. Amand. 1993. Field tests for cucumber resistance to gummy stem blight in North Carolina. HortScience 28: 327-329.
  46. Walters, S. A. and T. C. Wehner. 1994. Evaluation of the United States cucumber germplasm collection for early flowering. J. Plant Breeding: 112: 234-238.
  47. Walters, S. A. and T. C. Wehner. 1994. Evaluation of the U.S. cucumber germplasm collection for root size using a subjective rating technique. Euphytica 79: 39-43.
  48. Wehner, T. C. and D. V. Shaw. 1994. Presentation of analysis of variance results and graphical data. HortScience 29: 608.
  49. St. Amand, P. C. and T. C. Wehner. 1995. Greenhouse, detached-leaf, and field testing methods to determine cucumber resistance to gummy stem blight. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 120: 673-680.
  50. St. Amand, P.C. and T. C. Wehner. 1995. Eight isolates of Didymella bryoniae from geographically diverse areas exhibit variation in virulence but no isolate by cultivar interaction on Cucumis sativus. Plant Disease 79:1136-1139.
  51. Wehner, T. C. and E. G. Humphries. 1995. A single-fruit seed extractor for cucumbers. HortTechnology 5: 268-273.
  52. Wehner, T. C. and P. C. St. Amand. 1995. Anthracnose resistance of the cucumber germplasm collection in North Carolina field tests. Crop Sci. 35: 228-236.
  53. Perry, K. B. and T. C. Wehner. 1996. A heat unit accumulation method for predicting cucumber harvest date. HortTechnology 6: 27-30.
  54. Staub, J. E., A. Gabert, and T. C. Wehner. 1996. Plant variety protection: A consideration of genetic relationships. HortScience 31: 1086-1091.
  55. Walters, S. A., T. C. Wehner, and K. R. Barker. 1996. NC-42 and NC-43 root-knot nematode-resistant cucumber germplasm. HortScience 31: 1246-1247.
  56. Wehner, T. C. and C. S. Cramer. 1996. Gain for pickling cucumber yield and fruit shape using recurrent selection. Crop Sci. 36: 1538-1544.
  57. Wehner, T. C. and C. S. Cramer. 1996. Ten Cycles of Recurrent Selection for Fruit Yield, Earliness, and Quality in Three Slicing Cucumber Populations. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 121: 362-366.
  58. Wehner, T. C., P. C. St. Amand, and R. L. Lower. 1996. ‘M 17’ Gummy Stem Blight Resistant Pickling Cucumber Inbred. HortScience 31: 1248-1249.
  59. Liu, J. S., T. C. Wehner, and S. B. Donaghy. 1997. SASGENE: A SAS Computer Program for Genetic Analysis of Gene Segregation and Linkage. J. Hered. 88: 253-254.
  60. Schultheis, J. R., T. C. Wehner, and S. A. Walters. 1997. Mixtures of cucumber cultigens affect yield in a multiple-harvest system. HortScience 32: 1024-1027.
  61. Smeets, L. and T. C. Wehner. 1997. Environmental effects on genetic variation of chilling resistance in cucumber. Euphytica 97: 217-225.
  62. Walters, S. A. and T. C. Wehner. 1997. ‘Lucia’, ‘Manteo’, and ‘Shelby’ root-knot nematode-resistant cucumber inbred lines. HortScience 32: 1301-1303.
  63. Walters, S. A., T. C. Wehner, and K. R. Barker. 1997. A single recessive gene for resistance to the root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne javanica) in Cucumis sativus var. hardwickii. J. Heredity 88: 66-69.
  64. Wehner, T. C. 1997. Three pickling cucumber populations NCWBP, NCMBP, and NCEP1. HortScience 32: 941-944.
  65. Wehner, T. C. and N. V. Shetty. 1997. Downy mildew resistance of the cucumber germplasm collection in North Carolina field tests. Crop Sci. 37: 1331-1340.
  66. Cramer, C. S. and T. C. Wehner. 1998. Fruit yield and yield component means and correlations of four slicing cucumber populations improved through six to ten cycles of recurrent selection. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 123: 388-395.
  67. Cramer, C. S. and T. C. Wehner. 1998. Performance of three selection cycles from four slicing cucumber populations hybridized with a tester. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 123: 396-400.
  68. Henderson, W. R., G. H. Scott, and T. C. Wehner. 1998. Interaction of flesh color genes in watermelon. J. Hered. 89: 50-53.
  69. Schultheis, J. R., T. C. Wehner, and S. A. Walters. 1998. Optimum planting density and harvest stage for little-leaf and normal-leaf cucumbers for once-over harvest. Can. J. Plant Sci. 78: 333-340.
  70. Shetty, N. V. and T. C. Wehner. 1998. Evaluation of oriental trellis cucumbers for production in North Carolina. HortScience 33: 891-896.
  71. Uchneat, M. S. and T. C. Wehner. 1998. Resistance to belly rot in cucumber identified through field and detached-fruit evaluations. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 123: 78-84.
  72. Walters, S. A. and T. C. Wehner. 1998. Independence of the mj nematode resistance gene from 17 gene loci in cucumber. HortScience 33: 1050-1052.
  73. Wehner, T. C. 1998. Three slicing cucumber populations NCWBS, NCMBS, and NCES1. HortScience 33: 168-170.
  74. Wehner, T. C. 1998. Two special cucumber populations NCH1 and NCBA1. HortScience 33: 766-768.
  75. Wehner, T. C., J. S. Liu, and J. E. Staub. 1998. Two-gene interaction and linkage for bitterfree foliage in cucumber. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 123: 401-403.
  76. Wehner, T. C., J. E. Staub, and J. S. Liu. 1998. A recessive gene for revolute cotyledons in cucumber. J. Hered. 89: 86-87.
  77. Cramer, C. S. and T. C. Wehner. 1999. Testcross performance of three selection cycles from four pickling cucumber populations. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 124: 257-261.
  78. Cramer, C. S. and T. C. Wehner. 1999. Little heterosis for yield and yield components in hybrids of six cucumber inbreds. Euphytica 110: 99-108.
  79. Cramer, C. S., T. C. Wehner, and S. B. Donaghy. 1999. PATHSAS: A SAS computer program for path coefficient analysis of quantitative data. J. Hered. 90: 260-262.
  80. Walters, S. A., T. C. Wehner, and K. R. Barker. 1999. Greenhouse and field resistance in cucumber to root-knot nematodes. Nematology 1: 279-284.
  81. Wehner, T. C. 1999. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 24, 1999. HortScience 34: 763-806.
  82. Wehner, T. C. 1999. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 24, Asparagus. HortScience 34: 763.
  83. Wehner, T. C. 1999. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 24, Cucumber. HortScience 34: 785-795.
  84. Wehner, T. C. 1999. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 24, Cucumber-Armenian. HortScience 34: 786.
  85. Wehner, T. C. 1999. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 24, Herbs-Parsley. HortScience 34: 800.
  86. Wehner, T. C. and T. L. Ellington. 1999. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 24, Gourd-Luffa Sponge. HortScience 34: 800.
  87. Wehner, T. C. 1999. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 25, 1999. HortScience 34: 957-1012.
  88. Cramer, C. S. and T. C. Wehner. 2000. Path analysis of the correlation between fruit number and plant traits of cucumber populations. HortScience 35: 708-711.
  89. Liu, J. S. and T. C. Wehner. 2000. Linkage inheritance among 6 genes in cucumber. Hereditas (Beijing) 22 (3): 137-140.
  90. Wehner, T. C. 2000. What are burpless cucumbers? HortTechnology 10: 317-320.
  91. Wehner, T. C. and N. V. Shetty. 2000. Screening the cucumber germplasm collection for resistance to gummy stem blight in North Carolina field tests. HortScience 35: 1132-1140.
  92. Wehner, T. C., N. V. Shetty, and R. L. Clark. 2000. Screening the cucumber germplasm collection for combining ability for yield. HortScience 35: 1141-1150.
  93. Wehner, T. C., N. V. Shetty, and L. G. Wilson. 2000. Screening the cucumber germplasm collection for fruit storage ability. HortScience 35: 699-707.
  94. Levi, A., C. E. Thomas, A. P. Keinath, and T. C. Wehner. 2001. Genetic diversity among watermelon (Citrullus lanatus and Citrullus colocynthis) accessions. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 48:559-566.
  95. Levi, A., C. E. Thomas, T. C. Wehner, and X. Zhang. 2001. Low genetic diversity indicates the need to broaden the genetic base of cultivated watermelon. HortScience 36: 1096-1101.
  96. Levi, A., C. E. Thomas, X. Zhang, T. Joobeur, R. A. Dean, T. C. Wehner, and B. R. Carle. 2001. A genetic linkage map for watermelon based on randomly amplified polymorphic DNA markers. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 126: 730-737.
  97. St. Amand, P.C. and T. C. Wehner. 2001. Heritability and genetic variance estimates for leaf and stem resistance to gummy stem blight in two cucumber populations. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 126: 90-94.
  98. St. Amand, P.C. and T. C. Wehner. 2001. Generation means analysis of leaf and stem resistance to gummy stem blight in cucumber. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 126: 95-99.
  99. Walters, S. A., N. V. Shetty, and T. C. Wehner. 2001. Segregation and linkage of several genes in cucumber. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 126: 442-450.
  100. Guner, N., E. B. Strange, T. C. Wehner and Z. PesicVan-Esbroeck. 2002. Methods for screening watermelon for resistance to papaya ringspot virus type-W. Scientia Hort. 94: 297-307.
  101. Shetty, N. V. and T. C. Wehner. 2002. Screening the cucumber germplasm collection for fruit yield and quality. Crop Sci. 42: 2174-2183.
  102. Shetty, N. V. and T. C. Wehner. 2002. Estimation of fruit grade weights based on fruit number and total fruit weight in cucumber. HortScience 37: 1117-1121.
  103. Shetty, N. V., T. C. Wehner, C. E. Thomas, R. W. Doruchowski, and K. P. V. Shetty. 2002. Evidence for downy mildew races in cucumber tested in Asia, Europe, and North America. Scientia Hort. 94: 231-239.
  104. Strange, E. B., N. Guner, Z. Pesic-VanEsbroeck, and T. C. Wehner. 2002. Screening the watermelon germplasm collection for resistance to papaya ringspot virus type-W. Crop Sci. 42: 1324-1330.
  105. Walters, S. A. and T. C. Wehner. 2002. Incompatibility in diploid and tetraploid crosses of Cucumis sativus and Cucumis metuliferus. Euphytica 128: 371-374.
  106. Wehner, T. C. 2002. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 26, 2002. HortScience 37: 15-78.
  107. Wehner, T. C. 2002. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 26, asparagus. HortScience 37: 16.
  108. Wehner, T. C. 2002. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 26, cucumber. HortScience 37: 27-29.
  109. Wehner, T. C. 2002. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 26, gourd-luffa sponge. HortScience 37: 33.
  110. Wehner, T. C. 2002. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 26, spinach. HortScience 37: 62-63.
  111. Wehner, T. C. 2002. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 26, turnip. HortScience 37: 75.
  112. Xie, J., T. C. Wehner, and M. A. Conkling. 2002. PCR-based single-strand conformation polymorphism (SSCP) analysis to clone nine aquaporin genes in cucumber. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 127: 925-930.
  113. Guner, N. and T. C. Wehner. 2003. Survey of U.S. land-grant universities for training of plant breeding students. Crop Sci. 43: 1938-1944.
  114. Neppl, G. P., T. C. Wehner, and J. R. Schultheis. 2003. Interaction of border and center rows of multiple row plots in watermelon yield trials. Euphytica 131: 225-234.
  115. Xie, J., T. C. Wehner, K. Wollenberg, M. D. Purugganan, and M. A. Conkling. 2003. Intron and polypeptide evolution of conserved NPA to NPA motif regions in plant aquaporins. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 128: 591-597.
  116. Guner, N. and T. C. Wehner. 2004. The genes of watermelon. HortScience 39: 1175-1182.
  117. Gusmini, G., J. R. Schultheis, and T. C. Wehner. 2004. Rind thickness of watermelon cultivars for use in pickle production. HortTechnology 14: 540-545.
  118. Gusmini, G., T. C. Wehner, and R. L. Jarret. 2004. Inheritance of egusi seed type in watermelon. J. Hered. 95: 268-270.
  119. Song, R., G. Gusmini, and T. C. Wehner. 2004. Screening the watermelon germplasm collection for resistance to gummy stem blight. Acta Hort. 637: 63-68.
  120. Wehner, T. C. and N. Guner. 2004. Growth stage, flowering pattern, yield, and harvest date prediction of four types of cucumber tested at 10 planting dates.  Acta Hort. 637: 223-229.
  121. Wehner, T. C., N. V. Shetty, and J. T. Sloane. 2004. Field and detached-fruit screening tests for resistance to belly rot in cucumber. HortScience 39: 149-152.
  122. Xu, Y., D. Kang, Z. Shi, H. Shen, and T. Wehner. 2004. Inheritance of resistance to zucchini yellow mosaic virus and watermelon mosaic virus in watermelon. J. Hered. 95: 498-502.
  123. Gusmini, G. and T. C. Wehner. 2005. Foundations of yield improvement in watermelon. Crop Sci. 45: 141-146.
  124. Gusmini, G., R. Song, and T. C. Wehner.  2005New sources of resistance to gummy stem blight in watermelon. Crop Sci. 45: 582-588.
  125. Wehner, T. C. 2005. ‘NC-Davie’ and ‘NC-Duplin’ pickling cucumber hybrids. HortScience 40: 1574-1576.
  126. Wehner, T. C. 2005. ‘NC-Sunshine’ and ‘NC-Stratford’ slicing cucumber hybrids. HortScience 40: 1577-1579.
  127. Gusmini, G. and T. C. Wehner.  2005Genes determining rind pattern inheritance in watermelon: a review. HortScience 40: 1928-1930.
  128. Davis, A. R., A. Levi., T. Wehner, and M. Pitrat.  2006PI 525088-PMR, a melon race 1 powdery mildew-resistant watermelon line. HortScience 41: 1527-1528.
  129. Gusmini, G. and T. C. Wehner.  2006Qualitative inheritance of rind pattern and flesh color in watermelon. J. Hered. 97: 177-185.
  130. Joobeur, T., G. Gusmini, X. Zhang, A. Levi, Y. Xu, T. C. Wehner, M. Oliver, and R. A. Dean. 2006. Construction of a watermelon BAC library and identification of SSRs anchored to melon or Arabidopsis genomes. Theor. Appl. Genet. 112: 1553-1562.
  131. Klosinska, U., E. U. Kozik, and T. C. Wehner. 2006. Inheritance of a new trait – twin fused fruit – in cucumber. HortScience 41: 313-314.
  132. Walters, S. A., T. C. Wehner, M. E. Daykin, and K. R. Barker. 2006. Penetration rates of root-knot nematodes into Cucumis sativus and C. metuliferus roots and subsequent histological changes. Nematropica 36: 225-236.
  133. Davis, A. R., A. Levi, A. Tetteh, T. Wehner, V. Russo and M. Pitrat. 2007. Evaluation of watermelon and related species for resistance to race 1W powdery mildew.  J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 132: 790-795.
  134. Gusmini, G. and T. C. Wehner. 2007. Heritability and genetic variance estimates for fruit weight in watermelon. HortScience 42: 1332-1336.
  135. Gusmini, G., T. C. Wehner, and S. B. Donaghy. 2007. SASQuant: a SAS software program to estimate genetic effects and heritabilities of quantitative traits in populations consisting of 6 related generations.  J. Hered. 98: 345-350.
  136. Gusmini, G. and T. C. Wehner. 2008. Fifty-five years of yield improvement for cucumber, melon, and watermelon in the United States. HortTechnology 18:9-12.
  137. Kozik, E. U. and T. C. Wehner. 2008. A single dominant gene Ch for chilling resistance in cucumber seedlings. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 133: 225-227.
  138. Zhang, S., X. Gu, and T. C. Wehner. 2008. Brief introduction about cucumber production, breeding and processing in U.S.A.  China Vegetables 1: 6-8.
  139. Ling, K. S., K. R. Harris, J. D. F. Meyer, A. Levi, N. Guner, T. C. Wehner, M. Bendahmane, and M. J. Havey. 2009. Non-synonymous single nucleotide polymorphisms in the watermelon eIF4E gene are closely associated with resistance to zucchini yellow mosaic virus. Theor. Appl. Genet. 120: 191-200.
  140. Zhang, S., H. Miao, X. Gu, Y. Yang, B. Xie, X. Wang, S. Huang, Y. Du, R. Sun and T.C. Wehner. 2010. Genetic mapping of the scab resistance gene in cucumber.  J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 135: 53-58.
  141. Tetteh, A. Y., T. C. Wehner and A. R. Davis. 2010. Identifying resistance to powdery mildew race 2W in the USDA-ARS watermelon germplasm collection. Crop Sci. 50: 933-939.
  142. Davis, A. R., C. L. Webber, W. W. Fish, T. C. Wehner, S. King, and P. Perkins-Veazie. 2011. L-citrulline levels in watermelon cultigens tested in two environments. HortScience 46: 1572-1575
  143. Kumar, R. and T. C. Wehner. 2011. Discovery of second gene for solid dark green versus light green rind pattern in watermelon. J. Heredity 102: 489-493.
  144. Kumar, R. and T. C. Wehner. 2011. Inheritance of fruit yield in two watermelon populations in North Carolina. Euphytica 182:275–283.
  145. Yang, ShuangJuan, Han Miao, ShengPing Zhang, ZhouChao Cheng, Jian Zhou, ShaoYun Dong, T. C. Wehner and XingFang Gu. 2011. Genetic analysis and mapping of gl-2 gene in cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.). Acta Horticulturae Sinica 38: 1685-1692.
  146. Call, A. D., A. D. Criswell, T. C. Wehner, K. Ando and R. Grumet. 2012. Resistance of cucumber cultivars to a new strain of cucurbit downy mildew. HortScience 47: 171-178.
  147. Call, A. D., A. D. Criswell, T. C. Wehner, U. Klosinska and E. U. Kozik. 2012. Screening cucumber for resistance to downy mildew caused by Pseudoperonospora cubensis (Berk. and Curt.) Rostov. Crop Sci. 52: 577-592.
  148. Kumar, R. and T. C. Wehner. 2012. Growth regulators improve the intercrossing rate of cucumber families for recurrent selection. Crop Sci. 52: 2115-2120.
  149. Wehner, T. C. and R. Kumar. 2012. Requirement for pollenizer in new monoecious hybrid cucumber ‘NC-Sunshine’. HortTechnology 22: 191-195.
  150. Zhang, S. P., M. M. Liu, H. Miao, S. Q. Zhang, Y. H. Yang, B. Y. Xie, T. C. Wehner and X. F. Gu. 2012. Chromosomal mapping and QTL analysis of resistance to downy mildew in Cucumis sativus. Plant Disease 97: 245-251.
  151. Call, A. D., T. C. Wehner, G. J. Holmes and P. S. Ojiambo. 2013. Effects of host plant resistance and fungicides on severity of cucumber downy mildew. HortScience 48: 53-59.
  152. Gao, Z., T. C. Wehner, H. Chen, Y. Lin, X. Wang, M. Wei, F. Yang and Q. Shi. 2013. Deciphering the possible mechanism of exogenous NO alleviating alkali stress on cucumber leaves by transcriptomic analysis. Scientia Hort. 150: 377-386.
  153. Kozik, E. U., U. Klosinska, A. D. Call and T. C. Wehner. 2013. Heritability and genetic variance estimates for resistance to downy mildew in cucumber accession Ames 2354. Crop Sci. 53: 177-182.
  154. Kumar, R. and T. C. Wehner. 2013. Quantitative analysis of generations for inheritance of fruit yield in watermelon. HortScience 48: 844-847.
  155. Kumar, R., M. Dia and T. C. Wehner. 2013. Implications of mating behavior in watermelon breeding. HortScience 48: 960-964.
  156. McCreight, J. D., J. E. Staub, T. C. Wehner and N. P. S. Dhillon. 2013. Gone global: familiar and exotic cucurbits have Asian origins. HortScience 48: 1078-1089.
  157. Tetteh, A. Y., T. C. Wehner and A. R. Davis. 2013. Inheritance of resistance to the new race of powdery mildew in watermelon. Crop Sci. 53: 880–887.
  158. Tetteh, A. Y., T. C. Wehner and A. R. Davis. 2013. Inheritance of resistance to powdery mildew race 2 in Citrullus lanatus var. lanatus. HortScience 48: 1227-1230.
  159. Wehner, T. C. and B. Mou. 2013. Vegetable cultivar descriptions for North America, list 27, 2013. HortScience 48: 245-286.
  160. Zhang, S. P., H. Miao, R. Sun, X. Wang, S. Huang, T. C. Wehner and X. Gu. 2013. Localization of a new gene for bitterness in cucumber. J. Heredity 104:134-139.
  161. Kozik, E. U. and T. C. Wehner. 2014. Tolerance of watermelon seedlings to low-temperature chilling injury. HortScience 49: 240-243.
  162. Nimmakayala, P., V. L. Abburi, A. Bhandary, L. Abburi, V. G. Vajja, R. Reddy, S. Malkaram, P. Venkatramana, A. Wijeratne, Y. R. Tomason, A. Levi, T. C. Wehner and U. K. Reddy. 2014. Use of VeraCode 384-plex assays for watermelon diversity analysis and integrated genetic map of watermelon with single nucleotide polymorphisms and simple sequence repeats. Mol. Breeding.
  163. Nimmakayala, P., A. Levi, L. Abburi, V. L. Abburi, Y. R. Tomason, T. Saminathan, V. G. Vajja, S. Malkaram, R. Reddy, T. C. Wehner, S. E. Mitchell, and U. K. Reddy. 2014. Single nucleotide polymorphisms generated by genotyping by sequencing to characterize genome-wide diversity, linkage disequilibrium, and selective sweeps in cultivated watermelon. BMC Genomics 15: 1-14.
  164. Cohen, Y., K. M. VandenLangenberg, T. C. Wehner, P. S. Ojiambo, M. Hausbeck, L. M. Quesada-Ocampo, A. Lebeda, H. Sierotzki, and U. Gisi. 2015. Resurgence of Pseudoperonospora cubensis: the causal agent of cucurbit downy mildew. Phytophathology 105: 998-1012.
  165. Lu, H. W., H. Miao, G. L. Tian, T. C. Wehner, X. F. Gu and S. P. Zhang. 2015. Molecular mapping and candidate gene analysis for yellow fruit flesh in cucumber. Mol. Breeding 35: 64-71.
  166. Ma, S. and T. C. Wehner. 2015. Flowering stage resistance to bacterial fruit blotch in the watermelon germplasm collection. Crop Science 55: 727-736.
  167. Reddy, U. K., L. Abburi, V. L. Abburi, T. Saminathan, R. Cantrell, V. G. Vajja, R. Reddy, Y. R. Tomason, A. Levi, T. C. Wehner and P. Nimmakayala. 2015. A genome-wide scan of selective sweeps and association mapping of fruit traits using microsatellite markers in watermelon. J. Hered. 106: 166-176.
  168. Saminathan, T., P. Nimmakayala, S. Manohar, S. Malkaram, A. Almeida, R. Cantrell, Y. Tomason, L. Abburi, M. A. Rahman, V. G. Vajja, A. Khachane, B. Kumar, H. K. Rajasimha, A. Levi, T. Wehner and U. K. Reddy. 2015. Differential gene expression and alternative splicing between diploid and tetraploid watermelon. J. Experimental Botany 66: 1369-1385.
  169. Staub, J. E., V. S. Gordon, P. Simon and T. C. Wehner. 2015. Chilling-tolerant U.S.-processing cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.): Three advanced backcross and ten inbred backcross lines. HortScience 50: 1252-1254.
  170. Cui, J-Y., H. Miao, L-H. Ding, T. C. Wehner, P-N. Liu, Y. Wang, S-P. Zhang, and X-F. Gu. 2016. A new glabrous gene (csgl3) identified in trichome development in cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.). PLoS ONE 11: 1-13.
  171. Dia, M., T. C. Wehner and C. Arellano. 2016. Analysis of genotype X environment interaction (GxE) using SAS programming. Agron. J. 108: 1838–1852.
  172. Dia, M., T. C. Wehner, R. Hassell, D. S. Price, G. E. Boyhan, S. Olson, S. King, A. R. Davis and G. E. Tolla. 2016. Genotype X environment interaction and stability analysis for watermelon fruit yield in the United States. Crop Sci. 56: 1645-1661.
  173. Dia, M., T. C. Wehner, R. Hassell, D. S. Price, G. E. Boyhan, S. Olson, S. King, A. R. Davis, G. E. Tolla, J. Bernier and B. Juarez. 2016. Value of locations for representing mega-environments and for discriminating yield of watermelon in the U.S. Crop Sci. 56: 1726-1735.
  174. Dia, M., T. C. Wehner, P. Perkins-Veazie, R. Hassell, D. S. Price, G. E. Boyhan, S. M. Olson, S. R. King, A. R. Davis, G. E. Tolla, J. Bernier and B. Juarez. 2016. Stability of fruit quality traits in diverse watermelon cultivars tested in multiple environments. Horticulture Research 3 (16066): 1-11. Supplementary information.
  175. Koehler, A. M., J. A. Brown, B. Huber, T. C. Wehner and H. D. Shew. 2016. First report of Tomato spotted wilt virus in Stevia rebaudiana in North Carolina. Plant Dis. 100: 1251 (http://dx.doi.org.prox.lib.ncsu.edu/10.1094/PDIS-11-15-1367-PDN).
  176. Lou, L. and T. C. Wehner. 2016. Qualitative inheritance of external fruit traits in watermelon. HortScience 51: 487-496.
  177. VandenLangenberg, K. and T. C. Wehner. 2016. Downy mildew disease progress in resistant and susceptible cucumbers tested in the field at different growth stages. HortScience 51: 984-988.
  178. Wang, Y., K. VandenLangenberg, T. C. Wehner, P. A. G. Kraan, J. Suelmann, X. Zheng, K. Owens, and Y. Weng. 2016. QTL mapping for downy mildew resistance in cucumber inbred line WI7120 (PI 330628). Theor. Appl. Genet. 129:1493–1505.
  179. Zhang, S., S. Liu, H. Miao, M. Wang, P. Liu, T. C. Wehner and X. Gu.  2016. Molecular mapping and candidate gene analysis for numerous spines on the fruit of cucumber. J. Heredity 107:471-477.