Denman Undergraduate Research Forum, RPAC, Columbus
Exit Seminar: Jinnan Hu, PhD Candidate (T Mitchell, Advisor)
Exploring genome structure and gene regulation related to virulence in fungal phytopathogens using Next Generation Sequencing techniques. 244 Kottman (Columbus) videolinked to 121 Fisher (Wooster) ...
Seminar: Chenxi Chen, PhD candidate, Plant Pathology Exit Seminar (Advisor: T.K. Mitchell)
Revealing pathogenicity in fungal pathogens- incorporating next generation sequencing approach. 121 Fisher (Wooster) videolinked to 244 Kottman (Columbus) ...
Seminar: Jorge David Salgado, PhD candidate (Advisor: P. Paul)
Climate Change: Potential Impact on Plant Pathology and Food Security- Review and Research proposal. 121 Fisher (Wooster) videolinked to 244 Kottman (Columbus) ...
OARDC Annual Conference
Nationwide 4-H & Ohio Farm Bureau Conference Center, Columbus Campus ...
Seminar: Diane Plewa, PhD student, and Bhupendra Acharya, MS student, Plant Pathology (Advisor: A. Dorrance)
121 Fisher (Wooster) videolinked to 244 Kottman (Columbus) ...
2011: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles, Bold = Department of Plant Pathology Altland, J.E., Wehtje, G., Sibley, J., Miller, M., Gilliam, C., Krause, C.R. 2011. Differential response of liverwort (Marchantia polymorpha) tissue to POST-applied quinoclamine. ...
2010: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles, Bold = Department of Plant Pathology Bonello, P. 2010. Potential of induced resistance as a tool for the management of pathogens and insects in trees. 2010. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 40:S15-S24. Bradle ...
2009: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles, Bold = Department of Plant Pathology Anco, D.J., Kim, S., Mitchell, T.K., Madden, L.V., and Ellis, M.A. 2009. Transformation of Phomopsis viticola with the green fluorescent protein. Mycologia 101:853-858. Ammar, E. ...
2008: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles, Bold = Department of Plant Pathology Aruscavage, D. E., Miller, S. A., Ivey, M. L., Lee, K., and LeJeune, J. T. 2008. Survival and dissemination of Escherichia coli O157 on physically and biologically damaged lettuce ...