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George Templeton Research Files

Research Files, 1898-1997

Manuscript Collection 1404



INFORMATION ABOUT GEORGE TEMPLETON

George Earl Templeton II was born in Little Rock on June 27, 1931, the son of George and Gladys Jones Templeton. He attended the University of Arkansas, where he received a B.S.A. in agriculture in 1953 and a M.S. in Plant Pathology in 1954. After completing two years of military service, he resumed his studies at the University of Wisconsin, where he completed a Ph.D. in Plant Pathology in 1958. He married Bobbie Nell Templeton; they had three sons and a daughter.

Upon his graduation from UW, he returned to the University of Arkansas as an Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology. In 1967 he attained the rank of professor, and was promoted to the rank of University Professor in 1985 and Distinguished Professor in 1991. As part of his duties he trained several graduate students in plant pathology. He conducted research in the fields of rice diseases and fungal toxins, with a special interest in the biological control of weeds with fungal plant pathogens. His achievements  included developing several varieties of improved disease-resistant rice, as well as one wheat variety.  With the assistance of colleagues, he isolated and identified tentoxin, found in plant pathogenic Alternaria tenuis, and also the spore germination self-inhibitor gloeosporone from Colletotrichum gloeosporioides.  From his discoveries he developed the first commercial mycoherbicide, Collego, for use in rice and soybeans. In the course of his career he had over 130 publications dealing with his research. He also played a key role in the establishment of the University of Arkansas' Alternative Pest Control Center in 1989.

Templeton's expertise earned him both national and international recognition, and he served as a consultant on numerous projects. A member of the American Phytopathological Society, he established its Biological Control Committee. He also established the Southern Regional Project S-136 on Biological Control of Weeds with fungi. He further served as a member of the Biological Subcommittee of the U.S. Experiment Station Committee on Policy (ESCOP). In June 1993 he appeared before the House Committee on Agriculture's Subcommittee on Department Operations and Nutrition as an expert on bioherbicides.

In 1971-1972, he served as president of the Arkansas Academy of Science. In 1973 he received recognition from the Weed Science Society of America for publishing the outstanding article in weed science that year. He received the John White Award for Excellence in Agricultural Research in 1974 and was named a Fellow of the American Phytopathological Society in 1984. In 1996, the year he retired from full-time teaching, he received the Spitze Land-Grant University Faculty Award for Excellence. He died in Fayetteville shortly thereafter on November 24, 1996.


INFORMATION ABOUT THE COLLECTION

This collection is comprised of research and administrative files maintained by Templeton in his university office. It includes records of his research into the control of weeds such as indigo, bindweed, morning glory, and teaweed. It also includes files relating to Project S-136, which in 1989 became Project S-234.

A substantial portion of the materials in this collection was collected by Templeton's mentor, University of Arkansas professor E.M. Cralley; these include reprints and other publications from the early and mid-twentieth century concerning rice diseases. This collection also includes literature accumulated by Templeton on mycology and related subjects.  A substantial quantity of materials address the establishment and maintenance of the university's Alternative Pest Control Center. The administrative files include university-related materials as well as a number of grant applications reviewed by Templeton.

Materials include correspondence, reprints, and bound volumes. The collection includes a few photographs of attendees of professional conferences, and of field work and specimen samples.

The collection was donated by Bobbie Nell Templeton on July 8, 2002.

Processed by Todd E. Lewis, Special Collections Division, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville, Arkansas, in September 1999.


CONTENTS OF THE COLLECTION
33.75 linear feet (24 boxes)

Series 1. Rice Research File. Boxes 1-8.
  Subseries 1. Rice Research and Literature.
  Subseries 2. Rice Work and Disease Reports.
Series 2. Mycology and Plant Pathology.  Boxes 8-13.
Series 3. George Templeton's Research Files.  Boxes 13-19.
Series 4. George Templeton's Administrative Files.  Boxes 19-21.
Series 5.  Photographs, Slides, and Biological Samples.  Boxes 21-22.
  Subseries 1.  Photographs
  Subseries 2.  Slides
  Subseries 3.  Biological Samples
Oversize Materials.  Boxes 23-24.


Series 1.  Rice Research Files (Boxes 1-8)

This series contains materials related to research on rice production and diseases. The first subseries contains scholarly literature about these topics, including periodicals and reprints of articles. The second subseries includes reports on rice extension work and rice disease investigations from experiment stations in Arkansas and other southwestern states.

Subseries 1. Rice Research and Literature.

The materials in this subseries detail different aspects of rice growing, rice diseases, and rice marketing. They include reprints of scholarly articles, periodicals focusing on rice, and information on rice organizations. A substantial portion of these materials originally belonged Templeton's mentor, University of Arkansas professor E.M. Cralley. This series also includes information on the University of Arkansas's rice branch experiment station in Stuttgart.

Box 1

 1. Animal Food-Use of Rice
 2. Arkansas-Rice Culture, 1906-1960
 3. Arkansas-Rice Culture, 1961-1986
 4. Arkansas Farm Research-Rice Review, 1988
 5. Arkansas Global Rice Model
 6. Arkansas Rice Budgets-1978-1981
 7. Arkansas Rice Growers Cooperative Association-1947
 8. Arkansas Rice Research and Promotion Board-1983, 1994
 9. Asia-Rice Culture
 10. Australia-Rice Culture
 11. Beggiatoa
 12. Bibliography
 13. Bibliography-Abstract, 1926-1940
 14. Bibliography-Abstract, 1941-1950
 15. Bibliography-Abstract, 1951-1955
 16. Birds and Rice
 17. Black Leaf Spot Disease
 18. Black Leaf Spot Disease-Oversize Materials (See Box 24)
 19. Black Rot Disease
 20. Black Smut Disease
 21. Blast Disease-International Rice Blast Nursery, 1977
 22. Blast Disease-Literature, 1906-1960
 23. Blast Disease-Literature, 1961-1970
 24. Blast Disease-Literature, 1971-1982, 1994
 25. Blast Disease-Literature, Chi-Chung Chien, 1964-1967
 26. Blast Disease-Literature, Hashio Suzuki, 1967
 27. Blast Disease-Literature, S.Y. Padmanabhan, 1964-1966
 28. Blast Disease-Literature, N.N. Prasad et al., 1972
 29. Blast Disease-Nitrogen Fertilization
 30. Blast Disease-Notes
 31. Blast Disease-Notes, Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 32. Blast Disease-Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 33. Blast Disease-U.S.-Japanese Cooperative Research, 1967
 34. Blight Disease
 35. Brown-Bordered Leaf and Sheath Spot Disease
 36. Bunt
 37. California-Rice Culture
 38. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical-1976-1989
 39. Comissaõ Reguladora do Comércio de Arroz-1956
 40. Cotton Defoliants
 41. Cuba-Rice Culture
 42. Culture-General
 43. Dead Tiller Syndrome
 44. Disease Resistance

Box 2

 1. Diseases I
 2. Diseases II
 3. Diseases-Arkansas
 4. Diseases-Asia
 5. Diseases-Japan
 6. Diseases-Louisiana
 7. Downy Mildew
 8. Drying of Rice
 9. Egypt-Rice Culture
 10. False Smut Disease
 11. Fertilization of Rice
 12. Fertilization of Rice-Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 13. Fertilizer Experiments-1938-1958
 14. Fertilizer Experiments-Literature, 1931-1990
 15. Fertilizer Experiments-Use of Minerals
 16. Fertilizer Experiments-Use of Nitrogen
 17. Fertilizer Experiments-Use of Nitrogen and Minerals
 18. Fertilizers and Pesticides-1991
 19. Fish Production
 20. Fish Production-Arkansas
 21. Fusarium-1928-1934
 22. Fusarium-1935-1957, 1969
 23. Genetics-1928-1983
 24. Genetic Stocks-1952-1955
 25. Germ Plasm-Pakistan
 26. Glume Spot Disease
 27. Harvesting Rice
 28. Helminthosporium-1922-1936
 29. Helminthosporium-1941-1951
 30. Helminthosporium-1954-1955
 31. Helminthosporium-1957-1972, 1982-1984
 32. Helminthosporium-Mario Orsenigo, 1947

Box 3

 1. Il Riso-1953
 2. Indochina-Rice Culture
 3. Indonesia-Rice Culture
 4. Insect Control
 5. Insect Control-Arkansas
 6. International Rice Commission-1966
 7. International Rice Commission-1970
 8. International Rice Commission Newsletter-1958-1961
 9. International Rice Commission Newsletter-1962-1963
 10. International Rice Commission Newsletter-1964-1965
 11. International Rice Commission Newsletter-1966-1967
 12. International Rice Commission Newsletter-1967 Special Issue
 13. International Rice Commission Newsletter-1968-1969
 14. International Rice Research Institute-1961-1981
 15. International Rice Research Institute-List of Publications, 1987, 1990
 16. IRRI Reporter-1965, 1970-1989
 17. IRRI Reporter-1990-1994
 18. International Rice Research Newsletter-Indices, 1976-1987
 19. International Rice Research Newsletter/Notes-Indices, 1988-1993
 20. International Rice Research Newsletter-1976-1978
 21. International Rice Research Newsletter-1979-1981
 22. International Rice Research Newsletter-1982-1983
 23. International Rice Research Newsletter-1984-1985
 24. International Rice Research Newsletter-1988
 25. International Rice Research Newsletter-1989
 26. International Rice Research Newsletter-1990
 27. International Rice Research Newsletter-1991-1992

Box 4

 1. International Rice Research Notes-1993
 2. International Rice Research Notes-1994-1995
 3. International Rice Testing Program-1979
 4. International Rice Testing Program-International Rice Tungro Nursery, 1977
 5. Irrigation
 6. Japan-Rice Culture
 7. Kernel Smut Diseases
 8. Latin America-Rice Production
 9. Leaf Blight Disease
 10. Leaf Scald Disease
 11. Leaf Smut Disease
 12. Leveling-Effects on Rice Growth
 13. Louisiana-Rice Culture
 14. LSU Rice Experiment Station-1910-1959
 15. LSU Rice Experiment Station-1960-1964
 16. Mechanization of Rice Farming
 17. Mentek Disease
 18. Milling
 19. Moisture Sorption
 20. National Program of Research of Rice-1974
 21. National Rice Institute-1983
 22. Nematode Disease
 23. Nematode Disease-Oversize Materials (See Box 24)
 24. Nematode Disease-White Tip
 25. Nutritional Value of Rice
 26. Nutritional Value of Rice-Milled and Rough
 27. Panicle Tissue
 28. Peru-Rice Culture
 29. Philippines-Rice Culture
 30. Philippines-Rice Production Manual
 31. Production of Rice
 32. Radiation Treatments
 33. Rice Farming-1967-1968
 34. Rice Farming-1969
 35. Rice Farming-1970
 36. Rice Farming-1971, 1982
 37. Rice Journal-1926-1927
 38. Rice Journal-1943, 1945, 1947
 39. Rice Journal-1952-1953, 1957
 40. Rice Journal-1961, 1974

Box 5

 1. Rice Literature Update-1989-1991
 2. Rice Literature Update-1992-June 1993
 3. Rice Literature Update-September 1993-1994
 4. Rice Markets-United States and World, 1990-1994
 5. Rice Quality Factors
 6. Rice Research and Promotion Board-1991-1992
 7. Rice Technical Working Group-1958-1965
 8. Rice Technical Working Group-1966-1970
 9. Rice Technical Working Group-1972-1976
 10. Rice Technical Working Group-1978-1982
 11. Rice Technical Working Group-1994
 12. Rough Rice
 13. Rural Economics-1932-1979
 14. Salinity of Soil and Salt Treatments
 15. Seed Rot and Seedling Disease
 16. Seed Treatments
 17. Seedling Disease-Mario Orsenigo, 1953
 18. Sheath Diseases
 19. Sheath Diseases-Blight
 20. Sheath Diseases-Sclerotium rolfsii
 21. Rhizoctonia
 22. South Korea-Rice Culture
 23. Southern United States-Rice Culture
 24. Stem Rot Disease-Arkansas
 25. Stem Rot Disease-Asia, 1923-1937
 26. Stem Rot Disease-Asia, 1940
 27. Stem Rot Disease-Asia, 1954
 28. Stem Rot Disease-California
 29. Stem Rot Disease-Japan
 30. Stem Rot Disease-Japan, Oversize Materials (See Box 24)
 31. Stem Rot-Sclerotium rolfsii as cause
 32. Storage of Rice
 33. Sulfide Diseases-Abdel-Wahab Ismail Allam, 1963
 34. Sulfide Diseases-Madan Mohan Joshi, 1974
 35. Sulfide Diseases-Straighthead

Box 6

 1. Texas-Rice Culture
 2. Transplanted Rice-Comparison With Direct Sown Rice
 3. Uniform Yield Nurseries
 4. United States-Rice Culture, 1898-1972
 5. United States-Rice Industry, 1979
 6. University of Arkansas-Rice Branch Experiment Station, 1927-1938, 1975
 7. University of Arkansas-Rice Seminar, February 1963
 8. Varieties of Rice-1939-1979
 9. Varieties of Rice-Arkansas, 1930, 1940-1958
 10. Varieties of Rice-Arkansas, 1959-1994
 11. Varieties of Rice-Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 12. Venzuela-Rice Culture
 13. Weed Control
 14. Weed Control-Japan
 15. Weed Control-Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 16. Wild Rice
 17. Work Party on Breeding Rice-1959
 18. World Rice Production-1960-1980

Subseries  2. Rice Work and Disease Reports.

This subseries is comprised of reports on cooperative work at experiment stations investigating rice improvement and diseases. The improvement work reports were based on data gathered at the Rice Branch Experiment Station in Stuttgart; reports from 1946-1952 include details of oat and barley improvement work. The rice disease reports dating 1954-1968 were written by John G. Atkins of the Rice-Pasture Experiment Station in Beaumont, Texas. They used data gathered from the station at Stuttgart as well as stations in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. The 1971 and 1972 rice disease reports present data gathered at Arkansas disease nurseries. The 1973 rice disease report presents data collected at the Louisiana State University Rice Experiment Station at Crowley, Louisiana.

Box 6 (continued)

 19. Report-Cooperative Rice and Oat Improvement Work, 1946
 20. Report-Cooperative Rice, Oat and Barley Improvement Work, 1949
 21. Report-Cooperative Rice, Oat and Barley Improvement Work, 1952
 22. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1953
 23. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1954
 24. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1955
 25. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1956
 26. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1957
 27. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1958
 28. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1959
 29. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, Disease Experiments, 1959
 30. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1960
 31. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1962
 32. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1963

Box 7

 1. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1964
 2. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1965
 3. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1966
 4. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1967
 5. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1968
 6. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1969
 7. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1970
 8. Report-Cooperative Rice Improvement Work, 1971
 9. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1954
 10. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1955
 11. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1956
 12. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1957
 13. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1958
 14. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1959
 15. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1960
 16. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1961
 17. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1962
 18. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1963
 19. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1964
 20. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1965

Box 8

 1. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1966
 2. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1967
 3. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1968
 4. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1971 (Oversize; see Box 23)
 5. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1972
 6. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1973
 7. Report-Physiological Studies, 1959


Series 2.  Mycology and Plant Pathology (Boxes 8-13)

This series includes materials related to mycology and plant pathology.  They include reprints of scholarly articles, periodicals focusing on mycology and plant pathology, and information on mycological organizations. This series also includes materials from meetings and conferences on plant pathology and mycology.  Finally, this series also includes a few materials with only a tangential relation to mycology or plant pathology.

Box 8 (continued)

 8. Agricultural Productivity
 9. Agricultural Research-National Program, 1966
 10. Amanitas
 11. American Phytopathological Association-Meeting, Biloxi, December 1961
 12. American Phytopathological Association-1974-1975
 13. American Phytopathological Association-1977
 14. Antibiotics Industry-1940-1975
 15. Antifungal Antibiotics
 16. Aquatic Environment-Use of Microorganisms
 17. Aquatic Plant Control Research Program-1984, 1989, 1991
 18. Arkansas-Agricultural Statistics, 1962
 19. Arkansas-Agricultural Statistics, Voices, 1994
 20. Arkansas-Crop Enterprises
 21. Arkansas-Crop Enterprises, Corn and Sorghum
 22. Arkansas-Crop Enterprises, Cotton
 23. Arkansas-Crop Enterprises, Soybeans
 24. Arkansas-Crop Enterprises, Wheat
 25. Arkansas Academy of Science-1983-1986
 26. Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station
 27. Arkansas Extension Service Review-February, December 1948
 28. Arkansas Farmer-April 1953, April 1954 (Oversize; see Box 24)
 29. Arkansas Fertilization School-1952
 30. Arkansas State Plant Board
 31. Armillaria mellea
 32. Ascochyta hyalospora-William Allan, 1988
 33. Ascomycetes
 34. Ascomycetes-Pyrenomycetes
 35. Asia-Mycological Notes (Oversize; see Box 24)
 36. Australia-Mycoherbicides
 37. Australia-Plant Disease Survey, 1977-1978
 38. Basidiobolus ranarum
 39. Basidiomycetes-Notes
 40. Bean Diseases
 41. Biological Control-Redefinition of
 42. Biological Weed Control Newsletter-1969-1979
 43. Biotechnological Regulations-Exotic Pests
 44. Biotechnology-Genetically Engineered Organisms
 45. Biotechnology-Regulatory Update, 1991
 46. Biotechnology and Plant Protection Symposium-College Park, MD, October 1991
 47. Bird Repellents
 48. Black Nightshade
 49. Blakeslea trispora
 50. Botryodiplodia theobromae
 51. Chickens-Feed Alternatives
 52. Chloridium caudigerum
 53. Chondrostereum
 54. Cladobotyrum
 55. Cochliobolus miyabeanus
 56. Commercialization of Biopesticides-Meeting, Washington, D.C., January 1996
 57. Conidial Fructifications
 58. Corn-Mold, Development and Toxicity
 59. Corn Drying
 60. Cronartium fusiforme
 61. Crop Production-Effects of Temperature and Moisture Stress
 62. Culture Collections-American Specimens
 63. Culture Collections-Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures Baarn, Holland, 1950
 64. Culture Collections-Commonwealth Mycological Institute, 1982
 65. Culture Collections-New Zealand
 66. Diplocarpon maculatum
 67. Disease Resistance in Plants
 68. Ectomycorrhizae-Maine
 69. Endogene
 70. Entomopathogens
 71. Entomophthora
 72. Entyloma
 73. Erysiphaceae
 74. Feedstuff-Spoilage
 75. Fermentation-In a Solid State
 76. Fire Blight Disease
 77. Fucus Life Cycle

Box 9

 1. Fungal Biocontrols Workshop-Fayetteville, June 1975
 2. Fungi-Bibliographies
 3. Fungi-Cleistothecial
 4. Fungi-Cramer Books
 5. Fungi-Gigantic
 6. Fungi-Hypocrealean
 7. Fungi-Imperfect
 8. Fungi-Imperfect, Synnematous Genera
 9. Fungi-Index
 10. Fungi-Index, Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 11. Fungi-Leaf-Parasitic
 12. Fungi-Microirradiation With Laser
 13. Fungi-New Species, 1914 (Oversize; see Box 24)
 14. Fungi-Pathogenic
 15. Fungi-Shapes
 16. Fungi-Taxonomy
 17. Fungi-Zoospore Activities
 18. Fungus Collections-National
 19. Glomerella
 20. H.C. Greene
 21. Groundwater-Agrichemical Contamination
 22. Haptoglossa mirabilis
 23. Herbicide Conference-West Lafayette, IN, November 1986
 24. Host-Pathogen Systems
 25. Hyphomycetes
 26. Hypodermataceae
 27. Hypoxylon
 28. Insects and Fungus
 29. International Congress of Plant Protection-1979, Part I
 30. International Congress of Plant Protection-1979, Part II
 31. International Mycological Congress-Tampa, FL, 1977
 32. International Mycological Congress-Tampa, FL, 1977, Abstracts A-L
 33. International Mycological Congress-Tampa, FL, 1977, Abstracts M-Z
 34. International Mycological Congress-Tokyo, 1983
 35. Irrigation-Arkansas
 36. Japan-Food Crop Diseases
 37. Korea-Cultivated Plant Diseases
 38. Lilly Research Center
 39. C.G. Lloyd-Index, Mycological Writings, 1898-1908
 40. C.G. Lloyd-Mycological Notes, 1898-1902
 41. C.G. Lloyd-Mycological Notes, 1903-1907
 42. C.G. Lloyd-Mycological Notes, 1908-1912
 43. C.G. Lloyd-Pictorial Plates
 44. C.G. Lloyd-Puffballs
 45. C.G. Lloyd-Miscellaneous Writings
 46. Marine Red Alga-Vinal Acetylenes
 47. Mediterranean Saltwort
 48. Meliola
 49. Microbial pesticides-List
 50. Miyazuki College-1932
 51. Miyazuki College-1933, 1935

Box 10

 1. Miyazuki College-1940
 2. Mucorales
 3. Mushrooms-Edible
 4. Mushrooms-Poisonous/Hallucinogenic
 5. Mushrooms-Shiitake Variety I
 6. Mushrooms-Shiitake Variety II
 7. Mushrooms-Types in the United States
 8. Mycoherbicide Workshop-University of Arkansas, June 1986
 9. Mycoherbicide Workshop-University of Arkansas, June 1986, Correspondence and Literature
 10. Mycological Society of America-1987
 11. Mycological Society of America Newsletter-1979-1981
 12. Mycological Society of America Newsletter-1982-1983
 13. Mycological Society of America Newsletter-1984-1986
 14. Mycological Society of America Newsletter-1987-1988
 15. Mycological Society of America Newsletter/Inoculum-1992-1993
 16. Inoculum-1994-1996
 17. Mycology-Catalogue
 18. Mycorrhiza
 19. Mycotoxins I
 20. Mycotoxins II
 21. Mycotoxins-Aflatoxins
 22. Mycotoxins-Aflatoxins, Encyclopedia Entry
 23. Mycotoxins-Aflatoxins in Almonds
 24. Mycotoxins-Aflatoxins in Corn
 25. Mycotoxins-Aflatoxins in Peanuts
 26. Mycotoxins-Aflatoxins in Rice
 27. Mycotoxins-Conference, Peoria, March 1966
 28. Mycotoxins-Corn, In-Service Training Meeting, Atlanta, October 1977
 29. Mycotoxins-Diplodia macrospora
 30. Mycotoxins-Fescue Foot
 31. Mycotoxins-Fusarium Diagram
 32. Mycotoxins-Fusarium Literature, 1932-1960
 33. Mycotoxins-Fusarium Literature, 1961-1972
 34. Mycotoxins-Fusarium Literature, 1973-1975
 35. Mycotoxins-Fusarium Literature, 1976
 36. Mycotoxins-Fusarium Literature, 1977-1979
 37. Mycotoxins-Fusariums and T-2 Toxins
 38. Mycotoxins-Penicillium
 39. Mycotoxins-Toxicology Seminars

Box 11

 1. Mycotypha
 2. Myrothecium Leaf Spot
 3. National Plant Board-1987
 4. Nectria
 5. Needle Cast Disease
 6. Nematodes
 7. Pacific Science Congress-Plant Diseases, 1966
 8. Pacific Science Congress-Plant Protection, 1966
 9. Panama-Plant Diseases
 10. Patulin
 11. Penicillium islandicum
 12. Peronospora tabacina
 13. Persimmon Wilt
 14. Pesticides in Tropical Agriculture
 15. Phycomycetes-Biflagellates
 16. Phycomycetes-Biflagellates, Genus Phytophthora
 17. Phycomycetes-Biflagellates, Genus Phytophthora de Bary
 18. Phycomycetes-Monoflagellates
 19. Physarum polycephalum
 20. Phytoaxelin
 21. Phytopathology-Plant and Wood Protection
 22. Phytopathology News-1969, 1994
 23. Phytopathology News-1995-1996
 24. Phytophthora
 25. Phytotoxic Glycopeptides
 26. Pilzflora
 27. Plant Breeders
 28. Plant Pathogen Containment Facility-Frederick, Maryland
 29. Plant Pathology-Bibliographies
 30. Plant Pathology-History
 31. Plant Protection Standing Committee-Oversize Materials; see Box 24.
 32. Plant Tissue Cultures
 33. Plasmodiophora brassicae
 34. Polygalactolipids-In Spinach Chloroplasts
 35. Polyporaceae italiane
 36. Pratylenchus brachyurus
 37. Protomycetes-G. Von Buren
 38. Puccinia
 39. Pyricularia grisea
 40. Raspberry Diseases
 41. Research News/Station News-1990-1994
 42. Rhizoctonia septum
 43. Rhizopus
 44. Rockefeller Foundation-1969
 45. Rockefeller Foundation-Food in Low-Income Countries
 46. Rockefeller Foundation-Strategy for the Conquest of Hunger
 47. Root Diseases-Fungus-induced
 48. Rostpilzen
 49. St. John's Wort
 50. Sclerophthora macrospora
 51. Seed Certification
 52. Septoria
 53. Smut Fungi-Arkansas

Box 12

 1. Soil Fertility Studies-Arkansas, 1988-1989
 2. Soil Fertility Studies-Arkansas, 1990-1991
 3. Soil Survey-Arkansas County
 4. Soil Survey-Cross County
 5. Soil Survey-Desha County
 6. Soil Survey-St. Francis County
 7. South Africa-Biological Control of Weeds
 8. Soybeans-Nematode Resistant
 9. Soybeans-Use of Fungicides
 10. Spinach-Peronospora farinosa
 11.  Spiniger meineckellus
 12. Stereum-Upper Mississippi Valley
 13. Syncephalis californica
 14. Tall Fescue Grass
 15. Taphrinates
 16. Tar-Spot Disease
 17. Thanatephorus cucumeris
 18. Toxic Micro-Organisms Conference-Tokyo, September 1973
 19. Trees-Diseases
 20. Trees-Pest Control
 21. Trees-Varieties in Arkansas
 22. United States-Agricultural Technology
 23. USDA-Foreign Research and Technical Program Division Report, June 1968-May 1969  (Oversize; see Box 23)
 24. USDA-Science and Education Administration
 25. U.S. Panel on Toxic Micro-Organisms-U.S.-Japan Natural Resources Program
 26. Uredinales (rusts)-J.C. Arthur
 27. Uredinales (rusts)-Arkansas, Smoke-Tree Rust
 28. Uredinales (rusts)-Asia and Pacific Ocean
 29. Uredinales (rusts)-Atlantic Ocean and South America
 30. Uredinales (rusts)-Blackberry Rust
 31. Uredinales (rusts)-Bohemia, Brown Rust
 32. Uredinales (rusts)-Caribbean Islands
 33. Uredinales (rusts)-Chondrilla Rust
 34. Uredinales (rusts)-Illustrations
 35. Uredinales (rusts)-Literature, 1906-1912
 36. Uredinales (rusts)-Literature, 1913-1920
 37. Uredinales (rusts)-Literature, 1921-1940
 38. Uredinales (rusts)-Literature, 1941-1960
 39. Uredinales (rusts)-Literature, 1961-1970, 1984
 40. Uredinales (rusts)-New Zealand
 41. Uredinales (rusts)-North America
 42. Uredinales (rusts)-Northeastern United States
 43. Uredinales (rusts)-Midwestern United States
 44. Uredinales (rusts)-Western United States
 45. Uredinales/Ustilaginales
 46. Ustilaginales
 47. Ustilaginales-Schroeteria
 48. Velvet Leaf
 49. Ventura
 50. Verticullum dahliae

Box 13

 1. Water Hyacinth
 2. Water Milfoil
 3. Weed Control
 4. Weed Control-Arkansas
 5. Weed Control-Arkansas, Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 6. Weed Control-Reprint List
 7. Weeds-As Reservoirs for Crop Affecting Organisms
 8. West African Crops
 9. Wheat Research Council-Buried Weed Seed Pools, 1983-1986
 10. Wisconsin-Fungi
 11. Wisconsin-Parasitic Fungi, Literature, 1914-1920
 12. Wisconsin-Parasitic Fungi, Literature, 1922-1932
 13. Yeasts-Brines and Cucumber Plant


Series 3. George Templeton's Research Files (Boxes 13-19)

This series is comprised of materials concerning Templeton's career as a plant pathologist. They include information documenting his research into the control of weeds such as indigo, bindweed, morning glory, and teaweed. Materials on tentoxin and Colletotrichum gloeosporioides include scholarly articles and other writings. This series also includes materials concerning the development and patenting of the commercial mycoherbicide Collego. The series contains records relating to the S-136 Project. It also includes files containing research by Templeton's students, which often focused on aspects of his larger research.  Finally, this series includes materials relating to the federal regulation of the transport of and experimentation with plant pathogens.

Box 13 (continued)

 14. Alternative Agriculture Symposium on Biological Pest Control--Washington, D.C., March 1988
 15. Alternative Pest Control Congress-1988
 16. Alternative Pesticides Act-1994
 17. American Institute of Biological Sciences
 18. American Phytopathological Society-1974-1975
 19. American Phytopathological Society-Vancouver Meeting, 1974
 20. American Phytopathological Society-Portland, OR, Meeting, 1992, Part I
 21. American Phytopathological Society-Portland, OR, Meeting, 1992, Part II
 22. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service-1981-1991
 23. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service-Organizational Chart
 24. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service-Workshop, Frederick, MD, June 1989
 25. Aquatic Environment-Use of Microorganisms, April 1974
 26. Aquatic Plant Control
 27. Aquatic Plant Control-Meeting, Corps of Engineers, Lake Eufala, OK, November 1979
 28. Arkansas Academy of Science-1965-1970
 29. Arkansas Academy of Science-1971-1975
 30. Arkansas Academy of Science-1986-1994
 31. Arkansas Science and Technology Council-1971
 32. Arkansas Disease Nursery-1974
 33. Arkansas Disease Nursery-Pine Tree Straighthead, 1973
 34. Arkansas Farm Bureau-Stuttgart, 1974
 35. Australia-Rice Marketing Board, New South Wales
 36. Australian Weeds Conference-September 1987
 37. Australian Weeds Conference-September 1987-Correspondence
 38. Backpack Sprayer
 39. Bindweed Control-1986-1990
 40. Bindweed Control-1991
 41. Bindweed Control-1992-1995
 42. Bindweed Control-Patent
 43. Bindweed Control-Research I
 44. Bindweed Control-Research II
 45. Bindweed Control-Sonia Wilson

Box 14

 1. Biocontrol of Weeds With Plant Disease-Grant Application, 1975
 2. Biocontrol Slides
 3. Bioherbicides-House of Representatives, Testimony of George Templeton, 1993
 4. Biological Control of Weeds With Plant Pathogens-United States-China, 1975
 5. Biotechnology-Regulation of
 6. Biotechnology-Regulations, North Carolina
 7. Biotechnology-Regulations, Anne Vidaver
 8. Biotechnology Science Coordination Act-1986
 9. Blast Test-1968
 10. Norman Borlaug
 11. Botanical Nomenclature
 12. Botanical Society of America-Meeting, Blackburg, VA, June 1978
 13. O. Brefeld
 14. John Brown
 15. British Crop Protection Conference-1985
 16. British Mycological Society-Meeting, September 1988
 17. British Society for Plant Pathology-Meeting, December 1990
 18. Joe M. Brumley
 19. Edward E. Butler
 20. Center for Biological Control Research-Idaho, Part I
 21. Center for Biological Control Research-Idaho, Part II
 22. Colletotrichum-Chapter
 23. Colletotrichum-Species
 24. Colletotrichum-J.A. von Arx, German Text
 25. Colletotrichum-J.A. von Arx, English Translation
 26. Colletotrichum graminicola
 27. Colletotrichum orbiculare
 28. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux-International Mycological Institute
 29. Corn Products
 30. Cotyledons-Cucumber and Cotton
 31. CRC Press-Handbook of Nutrition and Food
 32. Cyanamid
 33. Jim Daniel
 34. Department of Defense-Proposal, 1985
 35. Department of Defense-Proposal, 1986
 36. Department of Health and Human Services-DNA Research
 37. Dew Meter
 38. J.G. Dickson
 39. Elanco
 40. Environmental Protection Agency-Environmental Impact of Microbial Products
 41. Environmental Protection Agency-Guidelines for Regulation of Mycopesticides, 1983
 42. Environmental Protection Agency-Lower-Risk Pesticides
 43. Environmental Protection Agency-Registration of Mycopesticides, 1973-1974
 44. ESCOP-Working Group on Biological Control, Address List
 45. ESCOP-Working Group on Biological Control, Meeting, Washington, D.C., November 1988
 46. ESCOP-Working Group on Biological Control,1988
 47. ESCOP-Working Group on Biological Control, 1989-1990
 48. ESCOP-Working Group on Biological Control, 1991 Part I
 49. ESCOP-Working Group on Biological Control, 1991, Part II
 50. ESCOP-Working Group on Biological Control, 1994
 51. Faculty Rice Diseases Tour-1994
 52. W.G. Farlow-Correspondence with Mr. Thaxter, 1903-1910

Box 15

 1. Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act-Hearing, June 1993
 2. Fermentation Media
 3. Fermentation Media-Commercial Fermenters
 4. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
 5. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations-Correspondence, 1982-1983
 6. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center-Symposium, Japan 1990
 7. John F. Fulkerson
 8. Gordon Research Conference on Agricultural Science-Winter 1985
 9. Jacob Hartz Seed Company
 10. Joe Hennen
 11. Indigo Control-Abbott Labs
 12. Indigo Control-Biological Herbicide for Rice and Soybeans
 13. Indigo Control-Bio Mal
 14. Indigo Control-Doug Boyette
 15. Indigo Control-Kelly Cartwright
 16. Indigo Control-Colletotrichum, 1975
 17. Indigo Control-James T. Daniel
 18. Indigo Control-Reto Engler
 19. Indigo Control-Environmental Protection Agency Conference, February 1975
 20. Indigo Control-Environmental Protection Agency, Mycoherbicide Registration
 21. Indigo Control-Environmental Protection Agency Permit Application, 1974
 22. Indigo Control-Environmental Protection Agency Permit, 1974-1977
 23. Indigo Control-Environmental Protection Agency Permit, 1976
 24. Indigo Control-Environmental Protection Agency Permit, 1977, Extension I
 25. Indigo Control-Environmental Protection Agency Permit, 1977, Extension II
 26. Indigo Control-Environmental Protection Agency Permit, 1978-1981
 27. Indigo Control-Environmental Protection Agency Permit, Miscellaneous
 28. Indigo Control-Environmental Protection Agency, Reports, 1974-1980
 29. Indigo Control-Field Data, 1975
 30. Indigo Control-Field Plans, 1972
 31. Indigo Control-Gleosporium
 32. Indigo Control-Gloeosporone Assays
 33. Indigo Control-Beth Henry
 34. Indigo Control-Alan Lax, Part I
 35. Indigo Control-Alan Lax, Part II

Box 16

 1. Indigo Control-Literature
 2. Indigo Control-Literature by George Templeton
 3. Indigo Control-Knud Mortensen
 4. Indigo Control-Patent and Research, 1969-1972
 5. Indigo Control-Patent and Research, 1973
 6. Indigo Control-Patent and Research, 1974
 7. Indigo Control-Patent and Research, 1975
 8. Indigo Control-Patent and Research, 1976-1978
 9. Indigo Control-Patent and Research, 1979-1980
 10. Indigo Control-Patent and Research, 1981-1990
 11. Indigo Control-Patent and Research, Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 12. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, Research Agreement, 1971-1973
 13. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, Reports, 1972-1973
 14. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, 1973-1974
 15. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, 1974-1975
 16. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, 1976
 17. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, 1977-1982
 18. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, Field Data, 1973
 19. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, Test on Rats, 1977
 20. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, Field Test, 1980
 21. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, Miscellaneous
 22. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, Progress Reports, 1974-1975
 23. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, Progress Reports, 1976
 24. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, Progress Reports, 1977-1980
 25. Indigo Control-Pilot Project, Publicity
 26. Indigo Control-Rohm and Haas
 27. Indigo Control-Spore Stabilization
 28. Indigo Control-Robert W. Turner
 29. Indigo Control-Upjohn Agreement
 30. Indigo Control-Upjohn Agreement, Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 31. Indigo Control-Upjohn, Annual Reports, 1979-1984
 32. Indigo Control-Upjohn, Meeting, December 1974
 33. Indigo Control-Upjohn, Meeting, November 1975
 34. Indigo Control-Upjohn, Meeting, May 1978
 35. Indigo Control-Olen Yoder
 36. Integrated Pest Management
 37. Integrated Pest Management- "Path of Paradigm"
 38. International Bioherbicide Group News-1992-1995
 39. International Congress of Plant Pathology-Kyoto, 1988
 40. International Mycological Congress-August 1990
 41. International Mycological Institute-1991
 42. International Symposium on the Biological Control of Weeds-Gainesville, Summer 1976
 43. International Symposium on the Biological Control of Weeds-Rome, March 1988
 44. International Symposium on the Biological Control of Weeds-New Zealand, February 1992
 45. International Weed Control Congress-Melbourne, 1992
 46. International Workshop on Bioherbicides-Australia, February 1992
 47. Kansas State University-February 1978
 48. R. Krause

Box 17

 1. Landell Mills Market Research Limited-1988
 2. Leopold Center
 3. Lilly Research Laboratories
 4. Lindau and Sydow-Work on Mycology
 5. Microecosystems
 6. Morning Glory Control-1990
 7. Morning Glory Control-1991
 8. Morning Glory Control-1992
 9. Morning Glory Control-1993-1995
 10. Myco-Tox, Incorporated
 11. Mycoherbicide-Emulsion Inversion
 12. Mycoherbicides-Promising Generation of, 1974
 13. Mycology-Biocontrol Program
 14. Mycotoxin Research Seminar-Washington, D.C., 1967
 15. National Biological Control Program
 16. Y.L. Nene
 17. Northern Regional Research Center-Conference, Peoria, March 1989
 18. Ochromonas Work
 19. Office of Technology Assessment
 20. Office of Technology Assessment-Lloyd Andres and R. Charudattan
 21. Omnibus Biotechnology Act-1990
 22. M.S. Pavgi
 23. Persimmon Control
 24. Persimmon Wilt-Fred Grist
 25. Plant Protection Act-1991
 26. Plant Protection Act-1991, Anne Vidaver and Biotechnological Regulations
 27. Prickly Sida Control-Terry Kirkpatrick, Use of Colletotrichum malvarum
 28. Protomyces
 29. Purple Looseleaf
 30. Pyricularia oryzae-New Orleans, 1968
 31. Ragweed Control-Richard D. Cartwright
 32. Rhizoctonia
 33. Rhizoctonia-On Soybeans
 34. Rice-Mark Colbert, Pesticide Fungi Interaction
 35. Rice-Chob Kanareugsa, Bluebelle Rice
 36. Rice Blast Disease-Maurice Okereke
 37. Rice Diseases-Control With Chemicals
 38. Rice Diseases-Control With Chemicals, Aerial Test, 1974
 39. Rice Disease Project-Budget Proposal, 1975
 40. Rice Kernel Smut Research
 41. Rice Kernel Smut Research-Data
 42. Rice Leaf Smut-Adul Worawisitthumrong
 43. Rice Research Review-New Orleans, April 1980
 44. S-136 Project-Outline, 1978-1988
 45. S-136 Project-1982-1983
 46. S-136 Project-1983-1984
 47. S-136 Project-1984-1985
 48. S-136 Project-1985-1986
 49. S-136 Project-1986-1987
 50. S-136 Project-1987-1988
 51. S-136 Project-1988, Literature I
 52. S-136 Project-1988, Literature II

Box 18

 1. S-136 Project-1988-1989
 2. S-136 Project-1989, Termination of S-136
 3. S-136/S-234 Project-Address List
 4. S-234 Project-1989-1990
 5. S-234 Project-1990-1991
 6. S-234 Project-1991-1992
 7. S-234 Project-1992-1993
 8. S-234 Project-1993-1994
 9. S-241 Project
 10. Safe Pesticides Act-1993
 11. Richard Sauer-Alternative Agriculture
 12. R.P. Scheffer
 13. Eugenio Schieber
 14. Seed Treatment-Craighead County, 1972
 15. Seed Treatment-Lawrence County, 1972
 16. Seed Treatment-Lonoke County, 1972
 17. Seed Treatment-Stuttgart, 1972
 18. R.A. Singh
 19. R.A. Singh-Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 20. R.A. Singh-Research and Publications
 21. Society for Industrial Microbiology-1990
 22. Sodium alginate
 23. Soybeans-Grant Application, 1967-1971
 24. Spore Sampler
 25. Stanford Research Institute
 26. Sugarcane-Kenneth E. Damaan, Jr., Ratoon Stunting Disease
 27. R.N. Tandon
 28. Teaweed Control
 29. Teaweed Control-Correspondence, 1973-1981
 30. Teaweed Control-Literature
 31. Teaweed Control-Patent (Oversize; see Box 23)
 32. Teaweed Control-Research
 33. Tentoxin-Alternaria kikuchiana
 34. Tentoxin-Alternaria Taxonomy
 35. Tentoxin-Alternarias
 36. Tentoxin-C.J. Arntzen
 37. Tentoxin-Bibliographies
 38. Tentoxin-Canadian Patent, 1972
 39. Tentoxin-Correspondence, 1965-1970
 40. Tentoxin-Correspondence, 1971-1987
 41. Tentoxin-Dodder Control
 42. Tentoxin-Stephen Oscar Duke
 43. Tentoxin-Epitentoxin
 44. Tentoxin-FMC Corporation
 45. Tentoxin-Geller Labs, Samples
 46. Tentoxin-J.M. Halloin
 47. Tentoxin-Ben Harmon, Research
 48. Tentoxin-Beth Henry, Research
 49. Tentoxin-Illustrations
 50. Tentoxin-Illustrations, Oversize (See Box 24)
 51. Tentoxin-Literature, 1961-1975
 52. Tentoxin-Literature, 1976-1983
 53. Tentoxin-Literature, 1984-1987
 54. Tentoxin-Literature, 1988-1989
 55. Tentoxin-Literature by George Templeton
 56. Tentoxin-McKnight Foundation
 57. Tentoxin-NSF Proposal, 1968
 58. Tentoxin-Notes
 59. Tentoxin-Patent Proposal (Oversize; see Box 23)
 60. Tentoxin-Plant Toxins
 61. Tentoxin-Proposals

Box 19

 1. Tentoxin-Related Materials
 2. Tentoxin-Suzan Woodhead
 3. Torula Dried Yeast
 4. Toxic Substances Control Act-1988
 5. Tamio Ueno
 6. Tamio Ueno-Publications
 7. USDA-Collaboration With
 8. USDA-Regulations Workshop, June 1991
 9. USDA-Southern Regional Research Center, 1983-1984
 10. Upjohn
 11. Velvetleaf Control
 12. Velvetleaf Control-John Schwer
 13. Anne Vidaver-1986-1991
 14. Water Primrose-1977
 15. Water Primrose-Patent
 16. Water Primrose-Patent, Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 17. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation
 18. Wisconsin Pathogen-1960-1966
 19. Wisconsin Plant Pathology Alumni-1960
 20. X-Ray Chrystallography
 21. Su-may Yu
 22. Su-may Yu-Research Papers and Publications
 23. Su-may Yu-Trifluralin and Texas Gourd Collar Rot


Series 4.  George Templeton's Administrative Files (Boxes 19-21)
 

This series includes materials related to administrative and development work by Templeton. It contains a vast quantity of materials regarding the creation and administration of the Alternative Pest Control Center. It contains materials concerning the University of Arkansas's Plant Pathology Department, including handouts and notes used by Templeton in teaching courses.  It includes other materials relating to university committees on which he served.  This series includes grant applications evaluated by Templeton for various non-university organizations.  Finally, this series includes  notes and notebooks dating from his days as a graduate student.

Box 19 (continued)

 24. C. Roy Adair
 25. C. Roy Adair Scholarship
 26. James R. Aist
 27. Alternative Pest Control-Bioherbicides, Annual Report, 1990
 28. Alternative Pest Control-Bioherbicides, Annual Report, 1991
 29. Alternative Pest Control Center-Budget, 1989-1990
 30. Alternative Pest Control Center-Budget, 1991
 31. Alternative Pest Control Center-Budget, 1992-1993
 32. Alternative Pest Control Center-Congressional Staff Visit, August 1987, Part I
 33. Alternative Pest Control Center-Congressional Staff Visit, August 1987, Part II
 34. Alternative Pest Control Center-Coordinating Committee, 1991
 35. Alternative Pest Control Center-Correspondence With Senators Bumpers and Pryor
 36. Alternative Pest Control Center-Greenhouse and Laboratory
 37. Alternative Pest Control Center-Presentation, "Biocontrol-Fighting Pests Nature's Way"
 38. Alternative Pest Control Center-Proposal, 1988, Part I
 39. Alternative Pest Control Center-Proposal, 1988, Part II
 40. Alternative Pest Control Center-Proposal, 1988, Part III
 41. Alternative Pest Control Center-Proposal, 1989
 42. Alternative Pest Control Center-Proposal, February 1989
 43. Alternative Pest Control Center-Proposal, October 1989
 44. Alternative Pest Control Center-Proposal, 1990
 45. Alternative Pest Control Center-Proposal, 1991

Box 20

 1. Alternative Pest Control Center-Proposal, 1992
 2. Alternative Pest Control Center-Four-year Proposal, 1992
 3. Alternative Pest Control Center-Proposals, 1993-1996
 4. Alternative Pest Control Center-Review, May 1991
 5. Alternative Pest Control Center-Sheath Blight Research
 6. Alternative Pest Control Center-Sheath Blight Research Budgets, 1990-1994
 7. Alternative Pest Control Center-Sheath Blight Research Proposals, 1993-1996
 8. Alternative Pest Control Center-Status Report, October 1990
 9. Alternative Pest Control Center-Strategic Plan, 1990-1991
 10. Alternative Pest Control Center-Strategic Plan, 1992-1997
 11. Alternative Pest Control Group-Japanese Funding, 1990
 12. Robert Brambl
 13. Saner Buranapawang
 14. Clemson University-1991
 15. College of Agriculture-Dean's Notes, 1994-1996
 16. College of Agriculture-The Graduate, 1991-1993
 17. E.M. Cralley
 18. John L. Cunningham
 19. Anton Debary-Notes
 20. Bud Edwards
 21. Gamma Sigma Delta
 22. C.I. Grable
 23. Grant Application-Asparagus Toxin and Fusarium
 24. Grant Application-Biological Control of Dodder
 25. Grant Application-Biological Control of Weeds
 26. Grant Application-Cereosporin-Sensitive Fungal Mutants
 27. Grant Application-Conference on Biological Weed Control with Plant Pathogens
 28. Grant Application-Foxtail Stress
 29. Grant Application-Fungi Spores Which Attack Dodder
 30. Grant Application-Fusarium solani
 31. Grant Application-Metabolic Biology Program
 32. Grant Application-Mycotoxin Biosynthesis
 33. Grant Application-Nutsedge Rust
 34. Grant Application-Pathogens of Weeds Used as Bioherbicides
 35. Grant Application-Pathogen Produced Toxins
 36. Grant Application-Phyllosphere Fungal Antagonists
 37. Grant Application-Phytotoxins as Potential Herbicides
 38. Grant Application-Plant Pathogens for Weed Control, Part I
 39. Grant Application-Plant Pathogens for Weed Control, Part II
 40. Grant Application-Pseudomonas s. phaseolicola
 41. Grant Application-Replacement of Herbicides and Methyl Bromide
 42. Grant Application-Sclerotinia and Control of Canada Thistle
 43. Grant Application-Stresses Due to Pathogens and Plant Competition on Weed Growth
 44. Grant Application-Alan Watson, Part I
 45. Grant Application-Alan Watson, Part II
 46. Grant Applications-Miscellaneous Correspondence
 47. Grant Applications-Preparation of
 48. Herbarium-Arkansas Mycological
 49. Roberte Makowski
 50. Media Mounting
 51. Miscellaneous
 52. Patent Committee-1973-1974
 53. Patent Committee-1985
 54. Plant Pathology Department-Academic Enhancement
 55. Plant Pathology Department-Alumni Lists

Box 21

 1. Plant Pathology Department-CSRS Review, 1993
 2. Plant Pathology Department-Chromatography Lab (Oversize; see Box 23)
 3. Plant Pathology Department-Course, History of Mycology
 4. Plant Pathology Department-Course, History of Plant Pathology
 5. Plant Pathology Department-Course, Identification of Plant Pathogens
 6. Plant Pathology Department-Course, Notebook
 7. Plant Pathology Department-Course, Plant Pathology 231
 8. Plant Pathology Department-Course, Plant Pathology 6103
 9. Plant Pathology Department-Course, Plant Pathology 6403
 10. Plant Pathology Department-Course, Seminar, Spring 1960
 11. Plant Pathology Department-Course, Seminar, Fall 1976
 12. Plant Pathology Department-Graduate Program
 13. Plant Pathology Department-History of
 14. Plant Pathology Department-Inventory, 1975-1993
 15. Plant Pathology Department-Literature, Fall 1973
 16. Plant Pathology Department-Literature, Fall 1975
 17. Plant Pathology Department-Mycology Lab, Materials, 1978
 18. Plant Pathology Department-Text Acquisitions, 1978-1979 (Oversize; see Box 23)
 19. Plant Pathology Department-Text Acquisitions, 1985
 20. Plant Pathology Department-Undergraduate Summer Research Program, 1966-1968
 21. Plant Pathology Department-Undergraduate Summer Research Program, 1966
 22. Plant Pathology Department-Undergraduate Summer Research Program,1966, Correspondence
 23. Plant Pathology Department-Undergraduate Summer Research Program, 1966, Oversize Materials (See Box 23)
 24. Plant Pathology Department-Undergraduate Summer Research Program, 1967
 25. Plant Pathology Department-Undergraduate Summer Research Program,1967, Correspondence
 26. Plant Pathology Department-Undergraduate Summer Research Program, 1968
 27. Plant Pathology Department-Undergraduate Summer Research Program,1968, Correspondence
 28. Plant Pathology Department-Undergraduate Summer Research Program, 1969
 29. Plant Sciences-Greenhouse I
 30. Plant Sciences-Greenhouse II
 31. Plant Sciences-Greenhouse, Plans
 32. C.V. Riley Memorial Award
 33. Rice Research and Promotion Board-1992
 34. Rice Research and Promotion Board-Funding Request, 1992
 35. Rice Research and Promotion Board-Proposal, 1992
 36. Rice Research and Promotion Board-Proposal, 1993
 37. Sigma Xi
 38. George Templeton-Newspaper Articles (Oversize; see Box 24)
 39. George Templeton-Notebook, Plant Pathology, 1951
 40. George Templeton-Notebook, Plant Pathology 101
 41. George Templeton-Notes, Botany
 42. George Templeton-Notes, Botany 177
 43. George Templeton-Notes, Mycology Seminar, 1957-1958
 44. George Templeton-Notes, Plant Pathology Seminar, 1957-1958
 45. George Templeton-Notes, Seminar 1958
 46. University of Arkansas-Advantage Arkansas
 47. University of Arkansas-Unidentified Budget
 48. University of Arkansas-Distinguished/University Professorship Criteria
 49. University of Arkansas-10/10 Proposal
 50. University of Arkansas-George Templeton, 1950-1954
 51. University of Arkansas-Title XII Strengthening Grant Committee
 52. University of Arkansas-Quality First
 53. University of California, Riverside-Steam-Air Unit


Series 5.  Photographs, Slides, and Biological Samples (Boxes 21-22)

This series contains visual images and biological samples related to Templeton's work as a plant pathologist.  It includes fifty-eight photographs and seventeen slides, as well as a file of documents related to a few of the photographs and slides.  The biological samples are specimens of plant pathogens gathered by Templeton and others.

Subseries 1.  Photographs
    File 59, containing notes on the photographs and slides, includes materials related to Images 1-6 and Slides 13-15.

Box 21

 54. S-136 Meeting, 1987-Images 1-2
  Dr. Richard Norman and others-Image 3
  Dr. Templeton with Dr. Teruyoshi and Dr. Fleet Lee-Image 4
  Dr. Cliff Coker-Image 5
  Past presidents of Arkansas Academy of Science-Image 6
  National Rice Institute Conference, February 1983-Image 7
  Eighth Australian Weeds Conference-Images 8-9
  Proposed Greenhouses and Contained Environment Growth Facility-Image 10
  Claviceps parpali-Image 11
 55. Alan Lax-Colletotrichum gloeosporioides-Images 12-24
 56. Nuclear inheritance of polyphenol oxidase in Nicotiana-Image 25
  Carl I. Grable's Research-Image 26
  Indigo Control-Images 27-31
  Photomyces macrosporus-Image 32
  Morning Glory Control-Images 33-34
  Plant Disease, R.A. Valverde and G. Templeton-Image 35
 57. Tentoxin-Images 36-48
 58. Adul Worawisitthumrong, Rice Leaf Smut-Images 49-50
  Adul Worawisitthumrong, Bangkhen Experiment Station-Images 51-54
  Backpack Sprayer-Images 55-58
 59. Notes on Photographs and Slides

Subseries 2.  Slides

Box 21

 60. Past Presidents of the Arkansas Academy of Science-Slide 1
  Greenhouse-Slides 2-12
  Puccinia levis-Slides 13-15
  Tentoxin-Slides 16-17
 

Subseries 3.  Biological Samples
    These materials are actual specimens collected by Templeton; for some, explanatory notes are included in the files.

Box 22

 1. Carex Bland Seeds
 2. Colletotrichum gloeosporioides on Orchid Leaves
 3. Cumminsiella mirabilissina on Berberis aquifolium
 4. Protomyces macrosporus
 5. Puccinia dioicae magnus on Carex Bland
 6. Rust on Ranunculus abortivus
 7. Unidentified Sample


Oversize Materials (Boxes 23-24)

These materials include items that were too large to store in their logical locations.  The oversize files are arranged within each box in a manner consistent with the series arrangement.

Box 23

 1. Rice Blast Disease-Notes
 2. Rice Blast Disease-Oversize Materials
 3. Fertilization of Rice
 4. Varieties of Rice
 5. Rice Weed Control
 6. Report-Rice Disease Investigations, 1971
 7. Fungi-Index
 8. USDA-Foreign Research and Technical Program Division Report, June 1968-May 1969
 9. Weed Control-Arkansas
 10. Indigo Control-Patent and Research
 11. Indigo Control-Upjohn Agreement
 12. R.A. Singh
 13. Teaweed Control-Patent
 14. Tentoxin-Patent Proposal
 15. Water Primrose-Patent
 16. Plant Pathology Department-Chromatography Lab
 17. Plant Pathology Department-Text Acquisitions, 1978-1979
 18. Plant Pathology Department-Undergraduate Summer Research Program, 1966

Box 24

 1. Rice Black Leaf Spot Disease
 2. Rice Nematode Disease
 3. Rice Stem Rot Disease-Japan
 4. Arkansas Extension Service Review-February, December 1948
 5. Arkansas Farmer-April 1953, April 1954
 6. Asia-Mycological Notes
 7. Fungi-New Species, 1914
 8. Plant Protection Standing Committee
 9. George Templeton-Newspaper Articles
 10. Tentoxin-Illustrations



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