Bettge, A.D. 2018. Low Falling Numbers in the Pacific Northwest wheat growing region: pre-harvest sprouting, late maturity amylase, Falling Number instrument or low protein? Cereal Foods World. 63:12-16.
Delwiche, S.R., B.T. Vinyard and A.D. Bettge. 2015. Repeatability precision of the Falling Number procedure under standard and modified methodologies. Cereal Chemistry. 92:177-184.
No. 8,804,124 August 12, 2014
Entitled “Method and Apparatus for Measuring Protein Quality”
Ross, A.S., A.D. Bettge, T. Kongraksawech and D.A. Engle. 2014. Measuring oxidative gelation of aqueous flour suspensions using the Rapid Visco Analyzer. Cereal Chemistry. 91:374-377.
Bettge, A.D. 2014. AACCI Approved Methods Technical Committee Report: Collaborative study for flour quality in a pancake-making method (AACCI Approved Method 10-80.01). Cereal Foods World 59:26-29.
Morris, C.F., J.A. Anderson, G.E. King, A.D. Bettge, K. Garland-Campbell, R.E. Allan, E.P. Fuerst and B.S. Beecher. 2011. Characterization of a unique “Super Soft” kernel trait in wheat. Cereal Chemistry. 88:576-583.
Ramseyer, D.D., A.D. Bettge and C.F. Morris. 2011. Flour mill stream blending affects sugar snap cookie and Japanese sponge cake quality and oxidative cross-linking potential of soft white wheat. J. Food Sci. 76(9):1300-1306.
Morris, C.F., J.A. Anderson, G.E. King, A.D. Bettge, K. Garland-Campbell, R.E. Allan, E.P. Fuerst and B.S. Beecher. 2011. Characterization of a unique “Super Soft” kernel trait in wheat. Cereal Chem. 88:576-583.
Morris, C.F, S.R. Delwiche, A.D. Bettge, F. Mabille, J. Abécassis, M.J. Pitts, F.E. Dowell, C. Deroo and T. Pearson. 2011. Collaborative Analysis of Wheat Endosperm Compressive Material Properties. Cereal Chemistry. 88:391-396.
Ramseyer, D.D., A.D. Bettge and C.F. Morris. 2011. Endogenous and Enhanced Oxidative Cross-Linking in Wheat Flour Mill Streams. Cereal Chemistry. 88: 217-222.
Ramseyer, D.D., A.D. Bettge and C.F. Morris. 2011. Distribution of Total, Water-Unextractable, and Water-Extractable Arabinoxylans in Wheat Flour Mill Streams. Cereal Chemistry. 88: 209-216.
Bettge, A.D. and S.M. Finnie. 2010. Perspectives on wheat quality: why does the definition keep changing? Cereal Foods World. 55:128-131.
Bettge, A.D. and M. Kweon. 2009. Collaborative study on updated method 10-52: Baking quality of cookie flour – micro method (sugar-snap cookie). Cereal Foods World 54:70-73.
Haynes, L.C., A.D. Bettge and L. Slade. 2009. Soft wheat and flour products methods review: Solvent Retention Capacity equation correction. Cereal Foods World. 54: 174-175.
Li, S., C.F. Morris and A.D. Bettge. 2009. Genotype and environment variation for arabinoxylans in hard winter and spring wheats of the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Cereal Chemistry. 86:88-95.
Morris, C. F., Pitts, M. J., Bettge, A. D., Pecka, K., and McCluskey, P. J. 2008. The compressive strength of wheat endosperm: Analysis of endosperm ‘bricks’. Cereal Chem. 85:351-358.
Morris, C.F., A.D. Bettge, M.J. Pitts, G.E. King, K. Pecka and P.J. McCluskey. 2008. Compressive strength of wheat endosperm: comparison of endosperm bricks to the single kernel characterization system. Cereal Chemistry. 85:359-365.
Bettge, A.D. and C.F. Morris. 2007. Oxidative gelation, measurement and influence on batter viscosity and soft wheat end-use quality. Cereal Chemistry. 84:237-242.
Morris, C.F., K. Pecka and A.D. Bettge. 2007. A device for the preparation of cereal endosperm bricks. Cereal Chemistry. 84:67-69.
Morris, C.F., B. Paszyzynska, A.D. Bettge and G.E. King. 2007. A critical examination of the sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) sedimentation test for wheat meals. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 87:607-615.
Li, S., C.F. Morris and A.D. Bettge. 2006. Study on the inheritance and variation of arabinoxylans in hard wheat. J. Triticae Crops.
Finnie, S.M., A.D. Bettge and C.F. Morris. 2006. Influence of flour chlorination and ingredient formulation on the quality attributes of pancakes. Cereal Chemistry. 83:684-691.
Finnie, S.M., A.D. Bettge and C.F. Morris. 2006. Influence of cultivar and environment on water-soluble and water-insoluble arabinoxylans in soft wheat. Cereal Chemistry. 83: 617-623.
Gedye, K.R., A.D. Bettge, G.E. King and C.F. Morris. 2005. Evaluation of maternal parent and puroindoline allele on kernel texture in a reciprocal cross between two hard spring wheat cultivars. Euphytica 141:121-127.
Bettge, A.D. 2004. Collaborative study on L-DOPA – wheat polyphenol oxidase assay (AACC Method 22-85). Cereal Foods World 49:338-342.
Gedye, K.R., C.F. Morris and A.D. Bettge. 2004. Determination and evaluation of the sequence and textural effects of the puroindoline a and puroindoline b genes in a population of synthetic hexaploid wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109-1597-1603.
Bettge, A.D. 2003. Collaborative study on Flour Swelling Volume (AACC Method 56-21). Cereal Foods World 48:24-28.
Beecher, B. J. Bowman, J.M. Martin, A.D. Bettge, C.F. Morris, T.K. Blake and M.J. Giroux. 2002. Hordoindolines are associated with a major endosperm-texture QTL in barley (Hordeum vulgare). Genome 45:584-591.
Bettge, A.D., C.F. Morris, V.L. DeMacon and K.K. Kidwell. 2002. Adaptation of AACC method 56-11, solvent retention capacity, for use as an early generation selection tool for cultivar development. Cereal Chemistry 79:670-674.
Beecher, B., A. Bettge, E. Smidansky and M.J. Giroux. 2001. Expression of wild-type pinB sequence in transgenic wheat complements a hard phenotype. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105:870-877.
Bettge, A.D., M.J. Giroux and C.F. Morris. 2000 Susceptibility of waxy starch granules to mechanical damage. Cereal Chemistry 77:750-753..
Bettge, A.D. and C.F. Morris. 2000. Relationships among grain hardness, pentosan fractions and end-use quality of wheat. Cereal Chemisty 77:241-247.
Bettge, A.D., C.F. Morris and G.A. Greenblatt. 1995. Assessing genotypic softness in single wheat kernels using starch granule-associated friabilin as a biochemical marker. Euphytica 86:65-72.
Greenblatt, G.A., A.D. Bettge and C.F. Morris. 1995. Relationship between endosperm texture and the occurrence of friabilin and bound polar lipids on wheat starch. Cereal Chemistry 72:172-176.
Morris, C.F., G.A. Greenblatt, A.D. Bettge and H.I. Malkawi. 1994. Isolation and characterization of multiple forms of friabilin. Journal of Cereal Science. 21:167-174.
Bettge, A.D., Y. Pomeranz. 1993. Air-aspirated cleaning to separate sound from preharvest-sprouted wheat. Cereal Chemistry 70:36-41.
Bettge, A.D., G.L. Rubenthaler and Y. Pomeranz. 1989. Alveograph algorithms to predict functional properties of wheat in bread and cookie baking. Cereal Chemistry 66:81-86.
Bettge, A.D., G.L. Rubenthaler and Y. Pomeranz. 1989. Air-aspirated wheat cleaning in grading and in separation by functional properties. Cereal Chemistry 66:15-18.
Ross, A.S. and A.D. Bettge. 2009. Passing the test on wheat end-use quality. Chapter 20 in: Wheat Science and Trade. Brett F. Carver, ed. Wiley-Blackwell. pp.455-493.
Morris, C.F., Li, S., Bettge, A.D., King, G.E., Garland-Campbell, K., and Gill, K.S. 2009. Arabinoxylan content of hard winter and spring wheats of the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Proceedings of the 11th International Wheat Genetics Symposium, 24-29 August 2008, Brisbane, Australia, eds. R. Appels, R. Eastwood, E. Lagudah, P. Langridge, M. Mackay, L. McIntyre, and P. Sharp, volume 2, pp. 524-526.
Morris, C. F., Engle, D. A., Bettge, A. D., Simeone, M. C., Lafiandra, D., and Shantz, K. 2009. Milling behavior of a soft durum wheat line. Proceedings of the AACCI Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, Sept. 13-16, 2009.
Bettge, A.D. and C.F. Morris. 2005. An arabinoxylan oxidative gelation method and its potential to explain variation in soft wheat flour quality. In: Cereals 2005. Proc.55th Australian Cereal Chem. Conf. The Royal Australian Chemical Institute Cereal Chemistry Division. North Melbourne, Vic., Australia p.45-49.
Bettge, A.D. and C.F. Morris. 2005. Applying statistics to a wheat cultivar development program. In: Cereals 2005. Proc.55th Australian Cereal Chem. Conf. The Royal Australian Chemical Institute Cereal Chemistry Division. North Melbourne, Vic., Australia p.74-78.
Gedye, K.R., C.F. Morris, A. D. Bettge, M.J. Freston and G.E. King. 2004. Synthetic hexaploid wheats can expand the range of puroindoline haplotypes and kernel texture in Triticum aestivum. In: Cereals 2004. Proc.54th Australian Cereal Chem. Conf. and 11th Wheat Breeders Assembly, C.K. Black, J.F. Panozzo and G.J. Rebetzke (eds.). September 21-24, 2004, Canberra, ACT, Australia. The Royal Australian Chemical Institute Cereal Chemistry Division. North Melbourne, Vic., Australia p. 220.222.
Morris, C.F., A.D. Bettge, M.J. Giroux, M. Zeng and G.E. King. 1998. Relationships between RVA pasting characteristics and amylose content of normal, partially-waxy wheat flours and starches. In: Cereals 98. L.O’Brien, A.B. Blakeney, A.S. Ross and C.W. Wrigley, eds. RACI North Melbourne, Vic. Australia
Bettge, A.D. 2014. AACCI Approved Methods Technical Committee Report: Collaborative study for flour quality in a pancake-making method (AACCI Approved Method 10-80.01). Cereal Foods World. 59:26-29.
Bettge, A.D. and M. Kweon. 2009. Collaborative study on updated method 10-52: Baking Quality of Cookie Flour – Micro Method (Sugar-Snap Cookie). Cereal Foods World. 54:70-73.
Bettge, A.D. 2004. Collaborative study on L-DOPA – wheat polyphenol oxidase assay (AACC Method 22-85). Cereal Foods World. 49:338-342.
Bettge, A.D. 2003. Collaborative study on flour swelling volume (AACC Method 56-21). Cereal Foods World. 48: 24-28.
Recipient of the AACCI 2017 William F. Geddes Award. This is one of the highest awards in Cereal Science; awarded by scientific peers in grain science for service, scientific merit and devotion to the industry.
Recipient of the Pacific Northwest Wheat Quality Council Lifetime Achievement Award January 2011
Recipient of the AACCI Milling and Baking Division’s 2009 John C. Halverson Memorial Lectureship Award. For contributions to the science supporting the Milling and Baking Industry
Presented US Wheat Associates Crop Quality Report for the Pacific Northwest Soft White Wheat Crop to what buyers in: Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, China and Vietnam 2015 and 2016.
Presented Technical Symposia on Analytical Methodology to Grain Users (mills and bakeries) in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. 2016.
Presented Technical Symposia on Anaytical Methodology to Grain Users (mills) in Colombia. 2016.
Discussed and presented seminars on solutions on crop quality and utilization issues to mills and government officials in Japan and Korea. 2016
Presented Technical Symposia on Analytical Methodology to Grain Users (mills and bakeries) in Taiwan. 2013, 2014, 2015.
Worked with client corporations in Korea on wheat quality, milling and baking issues and grain specifications 2015 – present.
Developed new formulations and products with wheat growers in Washington State to enhance value-added economics. 2011 – present.
Member of the AACCI Strategic Implementation Panel 2008 – 2015.
Member of the AACCI Nominations Committee 2013 – 2015.
Chairman of AACCI Soft Wheat and Flour Technical Committee and member of AACCI Approved Methods Committee 2001 – 2010.
Lead Co-Chair for program organization for four symposia and two technical sessions for AACCI San Francisco conference, 2006.
Organizer and moderator of San Francisco 2006 AACCI symposium on water activity.
Invited speaker 2005 Royal Australian Chemical Institute conference, Sydney, Australia.
Organizer and chairman of Montreal AACCI 2002 conference Technology Transfer symposium.
Voting member of AACCI Statistical Methods Advisory Committee 2002 – current.
Voting member of AACCI Soft Wheat Flour Products Approved Methods Committee 1997 – present.
Chairman, Grains Technical Session AACCI Conference, Seattle, WA 1999.
Served as Secretary/Treasurer, Vice-Chairman and Chairman of the Pacific Northwest Section of the AACCI 1990 – 1993.
Member of Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society
Reviewer for manuscripts submitted to Cereal Chemistry. Journal of Cereal Science, Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, Theoretical and Applied Genetics, Crop Science (and others) 1989 – present.
School of Food Science
Washington State University and University of Idaho
Associate Editor for the journal Cereal Chemistry 2016 – 2019
Organized and acted as Director of AACCI short course “Cereal Science for the Food Professional”, a three day seminar series in Portland, OR March 2017
Elected Chairman of the AACCI Milling and Baking Division 2014 – 2017
Organized and Chaired AACCI Milling and Baking Division Spring Technical Conference, Portland, OR March, 2016
Elected member of the AACCI Board of Directors 2010 – 2013.
Technical Program Chairman / organizer for the AACCI 2012 International Conference. Hollywood, FL.
Course Faculty for AACC International Chemical Leavening short course, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2015
Member of the AACCI Enhancement Review Committee 2014 – 2018
Member of the AACCI Scientific Advisory panel 2009 – 2016
Other Activities of Note
Elected City of Moscow, ID City Council 2014 – 2022
Member University of Idaho Board of Advisers 2019 – 2021
Member Moscow Urban Renewal Agency 2012 – present
Elected President, City of Moscow, ID City Council and acting mayor 2016.
Recipient of the Moscow, ID Service to Commission Award, 2009
Member, City of Moscow, ID Planning and Zoning Commission 2003 – 2014
Chairman, City of Moscow, ID Planning and Zoning Commission 2006 – 2014