Books

Books Authored/Co-Authored

4. Cuevas-Rodriguez, Edith-Oliva, Mary Ann Lila, and Octavio Paredes-Lopez.  2014.  Antocianinas y proantocianidinas de zarzamoras silvestres mexicanas.  Extraccion, caracterizacion, y bioactividad.  PUBLICA.  167 pp. ISBN 978-3-639-5550.

3. Smith, M.A.L., A.G. Endress, G.R. Smith, J. E. Lloyd, R.D. Neely, R. K. Stutman, J.J. Ball, K. D. Coder and T.L. Wadley. 1995. Plant Health Care. 2nd Edition. International Society of Arboriculture. Urbana, IL. 148 pp.

2. Smith, M.A.L., R.D. Neely, A.G. Endress, R. K. Stutman and G.R. Smith. 1992. Plant Health Care. 1st Edition. A Guide to the Plant Health Care Management System. A publication of the International Society of Arboriculture, National Arborist Association, and USDA Forest Service. Urbana, IL 106 pp, plus two videotapes.

1. Dorrance, A., R.D. Neely, A.G. Endress, M.A.L. Smith, G.R. Smith and J.E. Appleby. 1990. A Compendium of Information on Tree Health Care: Including Diseases, Insects, Weeds, and Cultural Practices. Illinois Natural History Survey. Urbana, IL. Special Publication 12. 86 pp.

Books Edited/Co-Edited

1. Aitken-Christie, J., T. Kozai and M.A.L. Smith (eds.). 1995. Automation and Environmental Control in Plant Tissue Culture. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, The Netherlands. 574 pp.

Book Chapters Authored/Co-Authored

37.  Grace, Mary H., Peter J. Smith, Ilya Raskin and Mary Ann Lila. 2017. Chapter 4. Africa.  p 145-182.  Case study – Achillia millefolium: Re-exploring herbal remedies for combating malaria. Ethobotany and Ethnopharmacology (B. Schmidt and D. Cheng, eds.). Wiley-Blackwell Press.

36. Overall, John, Mary Ann Lila and Slavko Komarnytsky.  2017.  Anthocyanins in metabolic health and disease. p. 92-124.  In: (Martin Kussmann and Patrick Stover, eds.) Nutrigenomics and Proteomics in Health and Disease:  Towards a Systems-Level Understanding. 344 pp. Wiley and Sons Ltd.   ISBN: 978-1-119-09883-6

35. Collins, Brian, Jessie Baldwin, Kristina Martinez, Mary Ann Lila and Michael McIntosh. 2016. Grapes and gastrointestinal health: Implications with intestinal and systemic diseases. In (J.M. Pezzuto, ed.) Grapes & Health. (3-319-28993-4, 978-3-319-28993-9) p. 119-138. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-28995-3_7.

34.   Lila, Mary Ann.  2014.  Specialty crops and human health impacts.  In:  NABC Report 25: Biotechnology and North American Specialty Crops:  Linking Research, Regulation, and Stakeholders.  (Allan Eaglesham, ed.)  NABC 25: 237-244.  National Agricultural Biotechnology Council.

33. Schreckinger, Maria Elisa, Mary Ann Lila, Gad Yousef, and Elvira de Mejia.  2012.  Inhibition of a-glucosidase and a-amylase by Vaccinium floribundum and Aristotelia chilensis anthocyanins and proanthocyandins.   Pp. 71-82.  In:  M. Tunick and E. Gonzalez de Mejia, eds.  Volume 1109.  Hispanic Foods:  Chemistry and Bioactive Compounds. 2012 American Chemical Society.

32. Lila, Mary Ann  and Diana Cheng.  2012.  Comprehensive strategies for evaluating the adaptogenic properties of phytochemicals.  International Phytochemicals Society Proceedings, Taylor &Francis Group. Pp 95-112. In: (Carkeet, C., Grann, K., Randolf, R., Venzon, D., and Izzy, S., eds) Phytochemicals:  Health Promotion and Therapeutic Potential.  Taylor and Francis/CRC Press.  270p.  ISBM-10: 1466551623

31. Wang, Jin Zhi, G. Yousef, R. Rogers, E. deMejia, I. Raskin, and Mary Ann Lila.  2012.  Maqui berry (Aristotelia chilensis) juices fermented with yeasts: Effects on phenolic composition, antioxidant capacity and iNOS and COX-2 protein expression. pp 95-116. In: Emerging Trends in Dietary Components for Preventing and Combating Disease. (B.S. Patil, G.K. Jayaprakash, and K.N.C. Murthy, editors). Division of Agricultural and Food Science.  ACS Book Series. 2012 American Chemical Society.

30. Molan, Abdul, M.A. Lila, and G. Ravindran.   2010.  Blueberries: Genotype-dependent variation in antioxidant, free-radical scavenging, and prebiotic activities. Pp 427-434.    In:  Current Research, Technology and Education Topics in Applied Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology” (Microbiology Book Series).  A Mendez (Ed)  Formatex Publishers.

29. Lila, Mary Ann, R.B. Rogers. 2010. Chapter 42. Pigment production in Ajuga cell cultures. p. 529-539. In: (R.N. Trigiano, ed.) Plant Tissue Culture, Development and Biotechnology. Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. 608 p.

28. Lila, Mary Ann. 2010. Chapter 4: You are what you eat. p. 126-141. In: The DOLE Nutrition Handbook. What to eat and how to live for a longer, healthier life. Dole Nutrition Institute.

27. Lila, Mary Ann. 2008. Interactions between flavonoids that benefit human health. p. 305-324. In: (K. Gould, K. Davies, and C. Winefield, eds.) Anthocyanins: Biosynthesis, Functions, and Applications. Springer, New York.

26.Dushenkov, V.M., M.A.Lila, I. Raskin. 2007. Global bioexploration and biodiversity convervation. In: Proceedings of the International Conference “Ecological characteristics of biodiversity” Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tajikistan., p. 73-77, Khorag, Tajikistan, July 25-26, 2007.

25. Lila, Mary Ann. 2005. Valuable secondary products from in vitro culture. P. 285-289. In: (R.N. Trigiano and D. Gray, eds.) Plant Development and Biotechnology. CRC Press. ISBN: 0849316146 376 p. pdf

24. Lila, Mary Ann. 2004. Plant pigments and human health. P. 248-274. In: (Kevin Davies, ed.). Plant Pigments and their Manipulation. CRC Press/Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, U.K. ISBN 0849323509. pdf

23. Briskin D.P., Kobayashi H., Lila M.A. and Gawienowski M. 2004. Kava (Piper methysticum): Growth in tissue culture and in vitro production of kavapyrones. p. 140-155. In: L. Dyer and A. D. N. Palmer, eds., PIPER. A Model Genus for Studies of Phytochemistry, Ecology, and Evolution, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.

22. Kushad, M., Masiunas J., Eastman K., Smith, M.A.L. and Kalt, W. 2002. Health promoting phytochemicals in vegetables. p. 125-186. In: (Jules Janick, ed.) Horticultural Reviews, Volume 28. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York.

21. Smith, M.A.L. 2002. Vaccinium species (small-fruited berries): In vitro culture and the production of food colorants and phytochemicals p. 328-344. In: (T. Nagata and Y. Ebizuka, eds.) Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry Vol. 51, Medicinal and Aromatic Plants XII. Springer Verlag, Berlin.

20. Smith, M.A.L. and Colin G. Scanes. 2002. Script for the Mock Debate on GMO in the Food System. Appendix 1. p. 229-236. National Agricultural Biotechnology Council Report 13. Published by the National Agricultural Biotechnology Council. Library of Congress Control Number 2002100789.

19. Smith, M.A.L. and Colin G. Scanes. 2002. The Great Agricultural Biotechnology Debates: Outcomes from NABC2001 Workshops. p. 9-22. National Agricultural Biotechnology Council Report 13. Published by the National Agricultural Biotechnology Council. Library of Congress Control Number 2002100789.

18. Peterson, D., Hannah, L.C., Hitz, W., Kinney, A., Meredith, W., Smith, M.A.L., White, P. 2000. Genetic Potential. pp. 147-149. In: (C.F. Murphy and D.M. Peterson, eds). Designing Crops for Added Value. Published by the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America. Agronomy Monograph 40: 267 pages, ISBN 0-89118-144-X.

17. Smith, M.A.L. 2000. Functional Food Value of Designer Crops. pp. 229-237 In: (C.F. Murphy and D.M. Peterson, eds). Designing Crops for Added Value. Published by the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America. Agronomy Monograph 40: 267 pages, ISBN 0-89118-144-X.

16. Smith, M.A.L. and R.B. Rogers. 2000. Chapter 38. Pigment production in Ajuga cell cultures. p. 361-372. In: (R. N. Trigiano and D. J. Gray, eds.) Plant Tissue Culture Concepts and Laboratory Exercises. Second Edition, Revised. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

15. Smith, M.A.L. 2000. Chapter 37 – Concept. Secondary product expression in vitro. p. 355-360. In: (R. N. Trigiano and D. J. Gray, eds.) Plant Tissue Culture Concepts and Laboratory Exercises. Second Edition, Revised. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

14. Smith, M.A.L. and M.F. Pépin. 1999. Stimulation of bioactive flavonoid production in suspension and bioreactor-based cell cultures. p. 333-336. In: (A.. Altman, M. Ziv and S. Izhar, eds.) Plant Biotechnology and In Vitro Biology in the 21st Century. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

13. Smith, M.A.L. 1997. Micropropagation of Zinnia. pp. 296-309. In: Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry Vol. 40. High-Tech and Micropropagation Volume VI. (Y.P.S. Bajaj, ed.) Springer-Verlag Publishers.

12. Smith, M.A.L. 1996. Kentucky Coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus). pp. 194-203. In: Biotechnology of Trees Vol. IV. (Y.P.S. Bajaj, ed.) Springer-Verlag Publishers.

11. Smith, M.A.L. and J.F. Reid. 1996. Machine vision and automation in secondary metabolite bioprocess control. p. 53-77. In: (F. DiCosmo and M. Misawa, eds.) Plant Cell Culture Secondary Metabolism: Toward Industrial Applications. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

10. Smith, M.A.L. 1996. Pigment production in Ajuga cell cultures. p. 311-317. In: (R. N. Trigiano and D. J. Gray, eds.) Plant Tissue Culture Concepts and Laboratory Exercises. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

9. Smith, M.A.L. 1996. Secondary product expression in vitro. p. 305-309. In: (R. N. Trigiano and D. J. Gray, eds.) Plant Tissue Culture Concepts and Laboratory Exercises. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

8. Smith, M.A.L. 1995. Large scale production of secondary metabolites. p. 669-674. In: (M. Terzi, R. Cella, and A. Falavigna, eds.) Current Issues in Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

7. Smith, M.A.L. 1995. Machine vision analysis of plant cells and somatic embryos. p. 87-101. In: Biotechnology in Agriculture & Forestry Vol. 30. Somatic Embryogenesis and Synthetic Seed I. (Y.P.S. Bajaj, ed.) Springer-Verlag Publishers.

6. Kozai, T., Y. Kitaya, K. Fujiwara, M.A.L. Smith and J. Aitken-Christie. 1995. Environmental measurement and control systems. p. 539-574. In: Automation and Environmental Control in Plant Tissue Culture. (J. Aitken-Christie, T. Kozai and M.A.L. Smith, eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

5. Smith, M.A.L. and L.A. Spomer. 1995. Vessels, gels, liquid media and support systems. p. 371-404. In: Automation and Environmental Control in Plant Tissue Culture. (J. Aitken-Christie, T. Kozai and M.A.L. Smith, eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

4. Kozai, T. and M.A.L. Smith. 1995. Environmental control in plant tissue culture -general introduction and overview. p. 301-318. In: Automation and Environmental Control in Plant Tissue Culture. (J. Aitken-Christie, T. Kozai and M.A.L. Smith, eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

3. Leathers, R., M.A.L. Smith and J. Aitken-Christie. 1995. Automation of the bioreactor process for mass propagation and secondary metabolism. p. 187-214. In: Automation and Environmental Control in Plant Tissue Culture. (J. Aitken-Christie, T. Kozai and M.A.L. Smith, eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

2. Smith, M.A.L. 1995. Image analysis for plant cell culture and micropropagation. p. 145-163. In: Automation and Environmental Control in Plant Tissue Culture. (J. Aitken-Christie, T. Kozai and M.A.L. Smith, eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

1. Smith, M.A.L. 1994. Plant tissue culture. p. 369-384. In: Encyclopedia of Agricultural Science. Vol. 3 (C. J. Arntzen, ed.). Academic Press, Inc.