His main research concerns Botany, Antimycobacterial, Stereochemistry, Chromatography and Bioassay. His research in the fields of Essential oil, Botrytis cinerea and Fusarium oxysporum overlaps with other disciplines such as Colletotrichum fragariae and Phomopsis obscurans. Charles L. Cantrell interconnects Pharmacognosy and Antibacterial agent in the investigation of issues within Antimycobacterial.
His research in Antibacterial agent intersects with topics in Terpene, Costunolide and Terpenoid. His work in the fields of Chromatography, such as Mass spectrometry, Quantitative determination, Analytical hplc and High-performance liquid chromatography, overlaps with other areas such as Saponin. His work focuses on many connections between Bioassay and other disciplines, such as Lactone, that overlap with his field of interest in Traditional medicine, Asteraceae and Sesquiterpene.
Charles L. Cantrell mainly focuses on Botany, Essential oil, Horticulture, Traditional medicine and Stereochemistry. In Botany, Charles L. Cantrell works on issues like Food science, which are connected to Yield. His Essential oil research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Distillation and Agronomy.
His Horticulture study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biomass, Mentha spicata, Crop and Menthol. His Traditional medicine research focuses on Aedes aegypti and how it relates to Insect repellent and DEET. In his research, Antibacterial agent and Bioassay is intimately related to Antimycobacterial, which falls under the overarching field of Stereochemistry.
Charles L. Cantrell focuses on Botany, Traditional medicine, Plant use of endophytic fungi in defense, Gigantea and Aedes aegypti. His study in Antifungal extends to Botany with its themes. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sesquiterpene and Caffeic acid.
His studies in Plant use of endophytic fungi in defense integrate themes in fields like Agriculture, Diaporthe and Mycobiota. Charles L. Cantrell combines subjects such as Thymol, Lamiaceae and Bioassay with his study of Aedes aegypti. His Bioassay study incorporates themes from DEET, Medicinal chemistry and Biting.
Botany, Plant use of endophytic fungi in defense, Diaporthe, Gigantea and Organic chemistry are his primary areas of study. In the field of Botany, his study on Coccomyces overlaps with subjects such as Rare species. The study incorporates disciplines such as Antibacterial activity, Antimicrobial, Antifungal, Medicinal plants and Endophytic fungus in addition to Plant use of endophytic fungi in defense.
His Diaporthe research integrates issues from Antimycobacterial, Basidiomycota and Mycobiota. His work carried out in the field of Gigantea brings together such families of science as Lemna, Velloziaceae, Agrostis stolonifera, Lactuca and Phytotoxicity. His Organic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Biological activity, Pesticide, Fungicide and Colletotrichum species.
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Natural products in crop protection.
Franck E. Dayan;Charles L. Cantrell;Stephen O. Duke.
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry (2009)
Natural Products As Sources for New Pesticides
Charles L. Cantrell;Franck E. Dayan;Stephen O. Duke.
Journal of Natural Products (2012)
Antimycobacterial plant terpenoids.
Charles L. Cantrell;Scott G. Franzblau;Nikolaus H. Fischer.
Planta Medica (2001)
Quantification of saffron (Crocus sativus L.) metabolites crocins, picrocrocin and safranal for quality determination of the spice grown under different environmental Moroccan conditions
Mounira Lage;Charles L. Cantrell.
Scientia Horticulturae (2009)
Yield and oil composition of 38 basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) accessions grown in Mississippi.
Valtcho D. Zheljazkov;Amber Callahan;Charles L. Cantrell.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2008)
Natural toxins for use in pest management.
Stephen O. Duke;Charles L. Cantrell;Kumudini M. Meepagala;David E. Wedge.
Content, Composition, and Bioactivity of the Essential Oils of Three Basil Genotypes as a Function of Harvesting
Valtcho D. Zheljazkov;Charles L. Cantrell;Babu Tekwani;Shabana I. Khan.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2008)
Antimycobacterial Activity of (E)-Phytol and Derivatives: A Preliminary Structure-Activity Study
Mohamed S. Rajab;Charles L. Cantrell;Scott G. Franzblau;Nikolaus H. Fischer.
Planta Medica (1998)
Diversity and bioprospecting of fungal communities associated with endemic and cold-adapted macroalgae in Antarctica
Valéria M Godinho;Laura E Furbino;Iara F Santiago;Franciane M Pellizzari.
The ISME Journal (2013)
Antimycobacterial eudesmanolides from Inula helenium and Rudbeckia subtomentosa.
Charles L. Cantrell;Laura Abate;Frank R. Fronczek;Scott G. Franzblau.
Planta Medica (1999)
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