Thomas R. Hamilton-Kemp

Affiliations: 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 
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Food Science and Technology Agriculture, Microbiology Biology
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Myung K, Hamilton-Kemp TR, Archbold DD. (2007) Interaction with and effects on the profile of proteins of Botrytis cinerea by C6 aldehydes. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 55: 2182-8
Myung K, Hamilton-Kemp TR, Archbold DD. (2006) Biosynthesis of trans-2-hexenal in response to wounding in strawberry fruit. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 54: 1442-8
Hamilton-Kemp T, Newman M, Collins R, et al. (2005) Production of the long-chain alcohols octanol, decanol, and dodecanol by Escherichia coli. Current Microbiology. 51: 82-6
Hamilton-Kemp TR, Archbold DD, Collins RW, et al. (2003) Emission patterns of wound volatile compounds following injury of ripe strawberry fruit Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 83: 283-288
Elgaali H, Hamilton-Kemp TR, Newman MC, et al. (2002) Comparison of long-chain alcohols and other volatile compounds emitted from food-borne and related Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria. Journal of Basic Microbiology. 42: 373-80
Archbold DD, Hamilton-Kemp TR, Fallik E. (2002) Postharvest injury, strawberry volatiles, and Botrytis development Acta Horticulturae. 567: 767-769
Hamilton-Kemp TR, Archbold DD, Collins RW. (2002) Two volatile sulfur compounds promote increases in natural aroma compounds in strawberry Acta Horticulturae. 567: 775-777
Yu K, Newman MC, Archbold DD, et al. (2001) Survival of Escherichia coli O157:H7 on strawberry fruit and reduction of the pathogen population by chemical agents. Journal of Food Protection. 64: 1334-40
Yu K, Hamilton-Kemp TR, Archbold DD, et al. (2000) Volatile compounds from Escherichia coli O157:H7 and their absorption by strawberry fruit. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 48: 413-7
Archbold DD, Hamilton-Kemp TR, Fallik E. (2000) Aroma volatiles as modulators of postharvest mold development on fruit: In vivo role and fumigation tools Acta Horticulturae. 518: 87-92
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