Department of Crop Sciences
Jack Juvik
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Jack Juvik

Graduate Program Coordinator
Professor
307 E R Madigan Laboratory
1201 W. Gregory Dr.
Urbana, IL 61801
(217) 333-1966

Positions

Graduate Coordinator, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1996 - present)
Professor of Plant Genetics, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1995 - present)
Visiting Associate Professor working with Dr. Steven Tanksley, Dept. of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (1990 - 1991)
Consultant for the Monsanto Corporation's first field-testing of Bt and glyphosate-tolerant transgenic plants (1988)
Visiting Scientist, Carnegie Institute for Plant Biology, Stanford University, California (1983)
Assistant, Associate and Full Professor of Plant Genetics, Department of Horticulture, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1982 - 1995)
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel (1980 - 1982)

Courses

HORT 447 - Horticultural Plant Breeding
NRES 594 - NRES Professional Orientation

Honors and Awards

Publication Award by the American Society for Horticultural Science for the year's most outstanding research paper on vegetable crops published by the Society - 2002
Award of Recognition for International Scholarly Research presented at the 50th anniversary of Konkuk University in Seoul, Korea - May 1996
Publication Award by the American Society for Horticultural Science for the year's most outstanding research paper on vegetable crops published by the Society - 1993
Publication Award by the American Society for Horticultural Science for the year's most outstanding research paper on vegetable crops published by the Society - 1990
Homer C. Thompson Award for the year's most outstanding research paper in vegetable crops published by the American Society for Horticultural Science - 1983
Lady Davis Post-Doctoral Fellowship. Hebrew University of Jerusalem - 1980-82

Journal Articles

Matusheski, N. V., R. Swarup, J. A. Juvik, R. Mithen, M. Bennett, and E. H. Jeffery. 2006. Epithiospecifier protein in broccoli (Brassica oleracea L. ssp. italica): Identification, characterization and physiological significance for the formation of the anticancer agent sulforaphane. J. Agric. Food Chem 54: In press.
Eberhardt, M., K. Kobira, A. Keck, J. A. Juvik, and E. H. Jeffery. 2005. Correlation analyses of phytochemical composition, chemical, and cellular measures of antioxidant activity of broccoli (Brassica oleracea L. var. italica). J. Agric. Food Chem 53:7421-7431.
Pimentel, C., P. A. Davey, J. A. Juvik, & S. P. Long. 2005. Gene loci in maize influencing susceptibility to chilling dependent photoinhibition of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis Research 85:319-326.
Frelichowski, J. and J. A. Juvik. 2005. Inheritance of sesquiterpene carboxylic acid synthesis in crosses of Lycopersicon hirsutum with insect susceptible tomatoes. Plant Breeding 124:277-281
Schultz J. A. and J. A. Juvik. 2004. Current models of starch synthesis and the sugary enhancer1 mutation in Zea mays L. Plant Physiol. & Biochem.42:456-464.
Han S, Fermanian TW, Juvik JA, et al. 2004. Total nonstructural carbohydrate storage in creeping Bentgrass treated with trinexapac-ethyl. HortScience 39 (6): 1461-1464
Matusheski, N. V., J. A. Juvik, and E. H Jeffery. 2004. Heating increases sulforaphane content and decreases epithiospecifier protein activity in broccoli. Phytochemistry 65:1273-1281.
Juvik, J. A., G. G. Yousef, T. Han, Y. Tadmor, F. Azanza, W. F. Tracy, A. Bar-Zur, and T. R. Rocheford. 2003. QTL influencing kernel chemical composition and seedling stand establishment in maize with the shrunken2 and sugary enhancer1 endosperm mutations. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 128: 864-875.
Jeffery EH, Brown AF, Kurilich AC, Keck AS, Matusheski N, Klein BP, Juvik JA. 2003. Variation in content of bioactive components in broccoli. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 16 (3): 323-330.
Matusheski NV, Juvik JA, Jeffery EH. 2003. Sulforaphane content and bioactivity of broccoli sprouts are enhanced by heat processing: A role for epithiospecifier protein. FASEB Journal 17 (4): A377-A378.
Kurilich, Anne C., Elizabeth H. Jeffery, John A. Juvik, Matthew A. Wallig, and Barbara P. Klein. 2003. Broccoli extracts protect against reactive oxygen species in HepG2 cells. J. Nutraceuticals, Functional, and Medical Foods 4: 5-16.
Baik, H-Y., J. A. Juvik, E. H. Jeffery, M. A. Wallig, M. Kushad, B. P. Klein. 2003. Relating glucosinolate content and flavor of broccoli cultivars. J. Food Science 68: 658-665.
Kurilich, A. C. E. H. Jeffery, J. A. Juvik, M. A. Wallig, and B. P. Klein. 2002. Antioxidant capacity of different broccoli (Brassica oleracea) genotypes using the oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) assay. J.Argic & Food Chem. 50:5053-5057.
Jeffery, E. H., A. F. Brown, A. C. Kurilich, B. P. Klein, M. A. Wallig, and J. A. Juvik. 2002. Content variation in bioactive food components. Nutrition Today 37:208-210.
Yousef, G. G. and J. A. Juvik. 2002. Enhancement of seedling emergence in sweet corn by marker-assisted backcrossing of beneficial QTL. Crop Science 42:96-104.
Brown, A.F., G.G. Yousef, E.H. Jeffery, B.P. Klein, M.M. Kushad, M.A. Wallig, and J.A. Juvik. 2002. Glucosinolate profiles in broccoli (Brassica oleracea L.) Stability over environments and implications for cancer chemoprotection. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci.127:807-813.
Tadmor, Y., W.F. Tracy, G.G. Yousef, J.A. Juvik, and V. Raboy. 2001. Low phytic acid-1 (Lpa-1) does not affect sugar metabolism in sugary1 kernels. Maydica. 46:11-19.
Yousef, G.G., and J.A. Juvik. 2001. Evaluation of breeding utility of a chromosomal segment from Lycopersicon chmielewskii that enhances cultivated tomato soluble solids. Theoretical & Applied Genetics 103:1022-1027.
Yousef, G. G. and J. A. Juvik. 2001. Enhancement of seedling emergence in sweet corn by marker-assisted backcrossing of beneficial QTL. Crop Science 41: In press.
Matusheski, N. V., M. A. Wallig, J. A. Juvik, B. P. Klein, M. M. Kushad, and E. H. Jeffery. 2001. A preparative HPLC method for the purification of sulforaphane and sulforaphane nitrile from Brassicae oleracea. J.Argic & Food Chem. 49:1867-1872.
Frelichowski, J. and J.A. Juvik. 2001. Sesquiterpene carboxylic acids from a wild tomato species affect larval feeding behavior and survival of Helicoverpa zea and Spodoptera exigua. J. Econ. Entomol. 94:1249-1259.
Yousef, G. G. and J. A. Juvik. 2001. Comparison of phenotypic and markerassisted selection for quantitative traits in sweet corn. Crop Science 41:645-655.
Brown, A., J. Pataky, and J. A. Juvik. 2001. Quantitative trait loci associated with resistance to Stewart's wilt, northern corn leaf blight, and common rust in sweet corn. J. Phytopathol. 91(3): 393-400.
Katzir, N., G. Tzuri, A. Meir, T. Chemke, T. Goldman, J. Juvik, A. Bar-Zur, and Y. Tadmor. 1999. RAPD analysis of two pairs of su1se1/su1Se1 nearisogenic lines for the identification of chromosomal regions affecting the sugary enhancer phenotype. Maydica 44:149-153.
Kurilich, A.C. and J. A. Juvik. 1999. Simultaneous quantification of carotenoids and tocopherols in corn kernel extracts by HPLC. J. Liq. Chrom. & Rel. Technol. 22:2925-2934.
Kurilich, A.C. and J. A. Juvik. 1999. Quantification of carotenoid and tocopherol antioxidants in Zea mays. J. Food and Agric. Chem. 47: 1948-1955.
Kurilich, A. C., G. J. Tsau, A. Brown, L. Howard, B. P. Klein, E. H. Jeffery, M. M. Kushad, M. A. Wallig, and J. A. Juvik. 1999. Carotenes, tocopherols, and ascorbate content in subspecies of Brassicae oleracea. J. Food and Agric. Chem. 47:1576-1581.
Kushad, M. M., A. F. Brown, A. C. Kurilich, J. A. Juvik, B. P. Klein, M. A. Wallig, and E. H. Jeffery. 1999. Variation of glucosinolates in vegetable subspecies of Brassicae oleracea. J. Food and Agric. Chem. 47:1541-1548.
Bar-Zur,-A., Tadmor,Y., Juvik, J.A., Shimoni, M., and R. Reuveni. 1998. Resistance to northern blight in maize (Zea mays) conditioned by the HtN gene and the association with isoperoxidases. Can. J.Plant Pathol. 20:28-34.
Han, S. W., T. W. Fermanian, J. A. Juvik, and L. A. Spomer. 1998. Growth retardant effects on visual quality and nonstructural carbohydrates of creeping bentgrass. HortScience 33:1197-1199.
Wolfe, D., F. Azanza, and J. Juvik. 1997. Sweet Corn. In: Physiology of Vegetable Crops, H. C. Wien, Ed. CAB International, NY, NY. pp. 461-478.
Young, T. A., J. A. Juvik, and D. DeMason. 1997. Changes in carbohydrate composition and α-amylase expression during germination and seedling growth of starch deficient endosperm mutants of maize. Plant Science 129:175-189.
Breeden, D. C., T. E. Young, R. M. Coates, and J. A. Juvik. 1997. Identification and bioassay of kairomones for Helicoverpa zea (Boddie) from Solanaceous plant species. J. Chem Ecol. 22:513-539.
Azanza, F., B. P. Klein, and J. A. Juvik. 1996. Sensory characterization of sweet corn lines differing in physical and chemical composition. J. Food Sci. 61:253-257.
Azanza, F., Y. Tadmor, B. P. Klein, T. R. Rocheford, and J. A. Juvik. 1996. QTL influencing chemical and sensory characteristics of eating quality in sweet corn. Genome 39:40-50.
Azanza, F., A. Bar-Zur, and J. A. Juvik. 1996. Sweet corn stand establishment and variation in kernel characteristics associated with eating quality. Euphytica 87:7-18.
Mao, Z., R. Paiva, A. L. Kriz, and J. A. Juvik. 1995. Dehydrin gene expression in normal and viviparous embryos of Zea mays during seed development and germination. Plant Physiol. Biochem. 33: 649-653.
Azanza, F., D. Kim, S. D. Tanksley, and J. A. Juvik. 1995. Genes from Lycopersicon chmielewskii affecting tomato quality during fruit ripening. Theor. & Appl. Genet. 91: 495-505.
Tadmor, Y., F. Azanza, T. Han, T. R. Rocheford, and J. A. Juvik. 1995. RFLP mapping of the sugary enhancer1 gene in sweet corn. Theor. & Appl. Genet. 91:489-494.
Rebeiz, C. A., L. J. Gut, K. Lee, J. A. Juvik, C. C. Rebeiz, and C. E. Bouton. 1995. Photodynamics of porphyric insecticides. Critical Reviews of Plant Science. 14:329-366.
Wong, A. D., J. M. Swiader, and J. A. Juvik. 1995. Nitrogen and sulfur fertilization influences on aromatic flavor components in shrunken2 sweet corn kernels. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 120:771-777.
Juvik, J. A., M. A. R. Mian, and A. J. Faber. 1994. Sugary1 and sugary enhancer1 sweet corn inbreds with resistance to northern leaf blight. HortScience 29:1369-1370.
Azanza, F., J. A. Juvik, and B. P. Klein. 1994. Relationships between sensory quality attributes and kernel chemical composition of fresh-frozen sweet corn. J. Food Quality 17:159-172.
Wong, A. D., J. A. Juvik, D. C. Breeden, and J. M. Swiader. 1994. Shrunken2 sweet corn yield and the chemical components of quality. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 119:747-755.
Gut, L. J., K. Lee, J. A. Juvik, C. C. Rebeiz, and C. A. Rebeiz. 1994. Porphyric insecticides: 8. Structure-activity of substituted pyridyls. Pesticide Biochem. & Physiol. 50:1-14.
Juvik, J. A., J. A. Shapiro, T. E. Young, and M. A. Mutschler. 1994. Acylglucoses of the wild tomato Lycopersicon pennellii (Corr.) D'Arcy alter behavior and reduce growth and survival of Helicoverpa zea (Boddie) and Spodoptera exigua (Hubner). J. Econ. Entomol. 87:482-492.
Gut, L. J., J. A. Juvik, and C. A. Rebez. 1994. Porphyric Insecticides. In: Porphyric Pesticides: Chemistry, Toxicology, and Pharmaceutical Applications. S. O. Duke and C. A. Rebeiz (Eds.), pp. 206-232. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C.
Azanza, F., T. E. Young, D. Kim, S. D. Tanksley, and J. A. Juvik. 1994. Introgressed segments of chromosome 7 and 10 from Lycopersicon chmielewskii that affect tomato soluble solids, pH, and yield. Theor. & Appl. Genet. 87:965-972.
Doehlert, D. C., T. M. Kuo. J. A. Juvik, E. P. Beers, and S. H. Duke. 1993. Characteristics of carbohydrate metabolism in sweet corn (sugary1) endosperms. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 118:661-666.
Douglass, S. K., J. A. Juvik, and W. E. Splittstoesser. 1993. Sweet corn seedling emergence and variation in kernel carbohydrate reserves. J. Seed Technol. 21:184-190.
Gut, L. J., K. Lee, J. A. Juvik, C. C. Rebeiz, C. E. Bouton and C. A. Rebeiz. 1993. Porphyric Insecticides. IV: Structure-activity of substituted phenanthrolines. Pestic. Sci. 39:19-30
Douglass, S. K., J. A. Juvik, H. Pyun, and R. M. Coates. 1993. Structureactivity relationships for analogs of (+)-(E)-endo-ß-bergamoten-12-oic acid, an oviposition stimulant of Helicoverpa zea (Boddie). J. Chem. Ecol. 19:11-27.
Young, T. E., J. A. Juvik, and J. G. Sullivan. 1993. Accumulation of the components of soluble solids in ripening fruit of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 118:286-292.
Juvik, J. A., M. C. Jangulo, J. M. Headrick, J. K. Pataky, and W. L. Tracy. 1993. Changes in kernel characteristics of a shrunken-2 population of maize selected for improved field emergence. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 118:135-140.
Breeden, D. C. and J. A. Juvik. 1992. An extraction method for the determination of dimethyl sulfide in corn. J. Food Comp. & Analysis 5:134-138.
Meyer, A. C., J. K. Pataky, and J. A. Juvik. 1991. Partial resistance to northern leaf blight and Stewart's wilt in sweet corn germplasm. Plant Disease 75:1094-1097.
La Bonte, D. R. and J. A. Juvik. 1991. Sugary enhancer (se) gene located on the long arm of chromosome 4 in maize (Zea mays L.). J. Heredity 82:176-178.
Dickinson, D. B., J. A. Juvik, and J. R. Shaw. 1990. Identification of maize inbreds with high levels of maltose in endosperm of germinating seeds. HortScience 25:1660.
Rebeiz, C. A., J. A. Juvik, C. C. Rebeiz, C. E. Bouton, and L. J. Gut. 1990. Porphyric insecticides: 2. 1,10-Phenanthroline, a potent porphyric insecticide modulator. Pesticide Biochem. Physiol. 36:201-207.
Headrick, J. M., J. K. Pataky, and J. A. Juvik. 1990. The effects of kernel carbohydrate content and post-pollination silk condition on the response of sweet corn inbred lines to kernel infection by Fusarium moniliforme. Phytopathology 80:487-494.
La Bonte, D. R. and J. A. Juvik. 1990. Characterization of sugary-1 (su-1) sugary enhancer (se) kernels in segregating sweet corn populations. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 115:153-157.
Msikita, W., R. M. Skirvin, J. A. Juvik, W. E. Splittstoesser, and N. Ali. 1990. Regeneration and flowering in vitro of 'Burpless Hybrid' cucumber cultured from excised seed. HortScience 25:474-477.
Young, T. E., J. A. Juvik, J. G. Sullivan, R. M. Skirvin. 1990. An in vitro method for screening for the presence of the pat-2 gene in tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). Plant Cell Rep. 8:538-541.
Tracy, W. L. and J. A. Juvik. 1989. Pericarp thickness of a shrunken-2 population over 11 cycles of selection for field emergence. Crop Sci. 28:72-74.
Coates, R. M., J. F. Dennisen, J. A. Juvik, and B. A. Babka. 1988. Identification of α-santalenoic and endo-β-bergamotenic acids as moth oviposition stimulants from wild tomato leaves. J. Org. Chem. 53:2186-2192.
Juvik, J. A. and C. J. D'Arcy. 1988. Release of nine sugary-1 (su-1) and sugary enhancer (se) Illinois sweet corn inbreds with resistance to maize dwarf mosaic virus. HortScience 23:412-413.
Juvik, J. A., B. A. Babka, and E. A. Timmerman. 1988. Influence of trichome exudates from species of Lycopersicon on the oviposition behavior of Heliothis zea (Boddie). J. Chem. Ecol. 14:1261-1278.
Rebeiz, C. A., J. A. Juvik, C. C. Rebeiz. 1988. Porphyric insecticides: I. Concept and phenomenology. Pesticide Biochem. Physiol. 30:11-27.
Tracy, W. L. and J. A. Juvik. 1988. Electrolyte leakage and seed quality in a shrunken-2 sweet corn population selected for improved field emergence. HortScience 23:391-392.
Juvik, J. A. and D. R. La Bonte. 1988. Single kernel analysis for the presence of the sugary enhancer (se) gene in sweet corn. HortScience 23:384-386.
Zamir, D., T. Ben-David, J. Rudich, and J. A. Juvik. 1984. Frequency distributions and linkage relationships of 2-tridecanone in intraspecific segregating generations of tomato. Euphytica 33:481-488.
Juvik, J. A., M. A. Mikel, E. E. Carey, and A. M. Rhodes. 1983. Release of six sweet corn inbreds with the sugary enhancer (se) gene. HortScience 18:965-966.
Mikel, M. A., C. J. D'Arcy, A. M. Rhodes, E. E. Carey, and J. A. Juvik. 1983. Sugary (su) sweet corn germplasm with resistance to the maize dwarf mosaic virus. HortScience 18:964-965.
Juvik, J. A. and M. A. Stevens. 1982. Physiological mechanisms of host plant resistance in the genus Lycopersicon to Heliothis zea andSpodoptera exiqua, two insect pests of the cultivated tomato. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 107:1065-1070.
Juvik, J. A. and M. A. Stevens. 1982. Inheritance of foliar α-tomatine content in tomatoes. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 107:1061-1065.
Juvik, J. A., M. A. Berlinger, T. Ben-David, and J. Rudich. 1982. Resistance among accessions of the genera Lycopersicon and Solanum to four of the main insects pests of tomato in Israel. Phytoparasitica 10:147-159.
Juvik, J. A., M. A. Stevens, and C. M. Rick. 1982. Survey of the genus Lycopersicon for variability in α-tomatine content. HortScience 17:764-766.

Research Grants

"Induction of glucosinolate biosynthesis in Brassica vegetables by jasmonate, salicylate, and wounding." J. A. Juvik. Korean Science and Engineering Foundation. $54,600 for two years of fellowship support of Ms. Hae-rim Oh during her M.S. program at the University of Illinois, 1/05-12/06.
"Genetic and environmental control of glucosinolate content in Chinese cabbage." J. A. Juvik (PI) and D. Kim. Korean Science and Engineering Foundation. $17,200 for one year support of Ms. Ji-yeon Kang during her internship at the University of Illinois, 5/04-6/05.
"Impact of epithiospecifier protein on anticancer bioactivity of Brassica vegetables". J. A. Juvik (PI) and D. Kim. Korean Science and Engineering Foundation (KOSEF). $20,900/ two years in partial support of Ms. In-gyu Park during her internship at the University of Illinois, 6/03-7/05.
"Biomass energy crops for power and heat generation in Illinois: Diversifying cropping, improving energy security, and benefiting the environment". S. Long (PI), J. A. Juvik, and 10 others. Funded by the C-FAR Sentinel Program. $1,119,157/5 years, 7/03-7/08.
"Maximizing health benefits from broccoli." E. Jeffery and J. A. Juvik. Funded by the USDA/NRI Competitive Grants Program. $275,000/3 years, 5/02-5/05.
"Sequence tagged markers for genes regulating glucosinolate biosynthesis in broccoli." J. A. Juvik. Funded by the Campus Research Board. $23,387/1 year, 1/2002-5/2003.
"Selectable marker system for sesquiterpene biosynthesis and application for insect pest control in tomatoes and sweet corn". J. A. Juvik and R. A. Weinzierl. C-FAR FY02 Internal Competitive Grants Program. $100,000/two years, 7/01-7/03.
"A selectable marker for the sugary enhancer1 (se1) gene in sweet corn." J. A. Juvik. Funding from the Midwest Food Processor Association. $7,000/2 years. 8/00-8/02.
"NRES value-added Fellowship Application". J. A. Juvik. Funded by the Office of Research, College of ACES. Granted two graduate fellowships worth approximately $80,000 in student support for 2-3 years. 8/01-7/04.
"ACES Genotyping Center". B. Diers, R. Nelson, J. A. Juvik, T. R. Rocheford, and F. Kolb. Funded by the C-FAR Y01 Sentinel Program. $584,000/five years, 7/00-7/05.
"Component interactions for efficacy of functional foods." E. H. Jeffery (P.I.), J. Erdman, M.A.L. Smith, J. A. Juvik, and 7 others. Funded the USDA-IFAFS Grants Program. $2,500,000/four years, 10/00-10/04.
"A selectable marker for the sugary enhancer1 (se1) gene in maize." J. A. Juvik. Funded by C-FAR FY01 Internal Competitive Grants Program. $100,000/two years, 7/00-7/02.
"College of ACES freeze drying facility". T. Fermanian, J. A. Juvik, and others. Awarded $25,000 by College of ACES Experiment Station. 10/99.
"Gene mapping of sesquiterpene biosynthesis to enhance natural insect resistance in tomatoes." J. A. Juvik. Campus Research Board. $22,384/one year, 3/99-3/00.
"Horseradish Health Promotion". M. Kushad, E. Jeffery, J. A. Juvik, M. Wallig and B. Klein. Food Safety/Functional Foods SRI of C-FAR. $50,000/2 years, 1999-2001.
"Systems approach for developing cruciferous vegetables with maximum health benefits." E. Jeffery, J. A. Juvik, M. Wallig, B. Klein, and M. Kushad. Food Safety/Functional Foods SRI of C-FAR. $130,000/2 years, 1999-2001.
"Genetics of health-promoting compounds in Brassicae oleracea", J. A. Juvik. C-FAR FY99 Research Funding Program. Awarded $25,000 for one year, 7/98-7/99.
"Chemical Identification and Genetic Regulation of Broccoli Flavor", B. P. Klein and J. A. Juvik. C-FAR FY99 Competitive Research Funding Program. Awarded $110,000 for two years, 7/98 - 7/00.
"Development of vegetable products that prevent cancer". E. Jeffery, J. A. Juvik, M. Wallig, and B. P. Klein. State of Illinois C-FAR Research Program FY97. Awarded $165,000/two years, 1996-1998.
"Flavor and acceptability of broccoli cultivars varying in chemoprotectant content." B. P. Klein, J. A. Juvik, E. Jeffery, M. Wallig, and E. Perkins. College of ACES Value-Added Research Funding Program. Awarded $25,500/one year, 1996-1997.
"Vitamins and Chemoprotectants in Vegetables: Genetic regulation and postharvest maintenance of quality". J.A. Juvik(P.I.), E. Jeffery, B. P. Klein, M. M. Kushad, and M. Wallig. College of ACES Strategic Research Initiative Funding program. Awarded $60,000/two years 1996-1998.
"Breeding for quality in vegetable maize using linked molecular marker", J. A. Juvik (PI), T. R. Rocheford, and A. Bar-Zur. United States – Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund (BARD), Awarded $275,000/4 years,1993-1997.
"A physiological and genetic evaluation of kernel characteristics associated with germination and seedling emergence in maize with the shrunken-2 and sugary enhancer endosperm mutations", J. A. Juvik (PI), T. R. Rocheford, W. F. Tracy, and A. Bar-Zur. United States – Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund (BARD), Awarded $250,000, 1990-1993.
"Investigation of variation in S-methylmethionine metabolism in shrunken-2 sweet corn", J. A. Juvik (PI) and J. M. Swiader. Knorr Foods, Inc. of Japan. Awarded $66,820, 1989-1991.
"Porphyric insecticide research program", C. A. Rebeiz (PI) and J. A. Juvik. Roussel Uclaf of France, $110,000/two years, 1988-1990.
"Porphyric insecticide research program", C. A. Rebeiz (PI) and J. A. Juvik, Hoechst-Roussel Agri Vet. of Somerville, N.J.. Awarded $110,000,1988-1990.
"In vivo and in vitro toxicity of the Bacillus thuringiensis endotoxin to insect pests of the tomato", J. A. Juvik. Monsanto Corporation of St. Louis, Missouri, Awarded $22,000/two years, 1988-1990.
"Introgression of resistance to northern leaf blight into sweet corn with the sugary enhancer gene: A genetic and epidemiological study". J. A. Juvik (PI), J. Pataky, D. Dickinson, Y. Levy, and A. Bar-Zur. United States – Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund (BARD), Awarded $200,000/three years1987-1990.
"Ascertaining the chromosomal location of the se gene through the use of Zea mays L. restriction fragment length polymorphisms (RFLPs)". J. A. Juvik. Native Plants, Inc., of Salt Lake City, Utah. Awarded $5,000, 1987.
"Clarification of the genetic nature of sugary enhancer (se), an endosperm character of sweet corn". J. A. Juvik. American Seed Research Foundation of Washington, D.C., $28,000/four years, 1986-1990.
"Biological Instrumentation Grant for a mass spectrometer". National Science Foundation. R. Metcalf (P.I.), J. A. Juvik, and 4 others. $85,000, 1985.
"Development of tomato germplasm with improved resistance to insect pests". J. A. Juvik. Campbell's Institute for Research and Technology, Davis, California, Awarded $45,000/three years, 1983-1985.
"Controlling insect pests of tomatoes and corn through modification of crop allelochemic content". J. A. Juvik. University of Illinois Campus Research Board and Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station, Awarded $38,000, 1983.