Rosie Bradshaw
Rosie Bradshaw
Professor in Genetics, Massey University
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Diverse Lifestyles and Strategies of Plant Pathogenesis Encoded in the Genomes of Eighteen Dothideomycetes Fungi
RA Ohm, N Feau, B Henrissat, CL Schoch, BA Horwitz, KW Barry, ...
PLoS pathogens 8 (12), e1003037, 2012
The Genomes of the Fungal Plant Pathogens Cladosporium fulvum and Dothistroma septosporum Reveal Adaptation to Different Hosts and Lifestyles But Also …
PJGM De Wit, A Van Der Burgt, B Ökmen, I Stergiopoulos, ...
PLoS genetics 8 (11), e1003088, 2012
Efficient protoplast isolation from fungi using commercial enzymes
PF Hamlyn, RE Bradshaw, FM Mellon, CM Santiago, JM Wilson, ...
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 3 (4), 321-325, 1981
Efficient protoplast isolation from fungi using commercial enzymes
PF Hamlyn, RE Bradshaw, FM Mellon, CM Santiago, JM Wilson, ...
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 3 (4), 321-325, 1981
Dothistroma (red‐band) needle blight of pines and the dothistromin toxin: a review
RE Bradshaw
Forest Pathology 34 (3), 163-185, 2004
Global geographic distribution and host range of Dothistroma species: a comprehensive review
R Drenkhan, V Tomešová‐Haataja, S Fraser, RE Bradshaw, P Vahalík, ...
Forest Pathology 46 (5), 408-442, 2016
Characterization and distribution of mating type genes in the Dothistroma needle blight pathogens
M Groenewald, I Barnes, RE Bradshaw, AV Brown, A Dale, ...
Phytopathology 97 (7), 825-834, 2007
Gene targeting is locus dependent in the filamentous fungus Aspergillus nidulans
D Bird, R Bradshaw
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 255, 219-225, 1997
High levels of dothistromin toxin produced by the forest pathogen Dothistroma pini
RE Bradshaw, RJ Ganley, WT Jones, PS Dyer
Mycological Research 104 (3), 325-332, 2000
Phytophthora agathidicida: research progress, cultural perspectives and knowledge gaps in the control and management of kauri dieback in New Zealand
RE Bradshaw, SE Bellgard, A Black, BR Burns, ML Gerth, RL McDougal, ...
Plant Pathology 69 (1), 3-16, 2020
Dothistroma pini, a Forest Pathogen, Contains Homologs of Aflatoxin Biosynthetic Pathway Genes
RE Bradshaw, D Bhatnagar, RJ Ganley, CJ Gillman, BJ Monahan, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 68 (6), 2885-2892, 2002
A worldwide perspective on the management and control of Dothistroma needle blight
LS Bulman, RE Bradshaw, S Fraser, J Martín‐García, I Barnes, ...
Forest Pathology 46 (5), 472-488, 2016
Dothistroma needle blight.
LS Bulman, MA Dick, RJ Ganley, RL McDougal, A Schwelm, ...
Infectious forest diseases, 436-457, 2013
The veA gene of the pine needle pathogen Dothistroma septosporum regulates sporulation and secondary metabolism
P Chettri, AM Calvo, JW Cary, S Dhingra, Y Guo, RL McDougal, ...
Fungal Genetics and Biology 49 (2), 141-151, 2012
Dothistromin toxin is a virulence factor in dothistroma needle blight of pines
MS Kabir, RJ Ganley, RE Bradshaw
Plant pathology 64 (1), 225-234, 2015
Fragmentation of an aflatoxin‐like gene cluster in a forest pathogen
RE Bradshaw, JC Slot, GG Moore, P Chettri, PJGM de Wit, KC Ehrlich, ...
New Phytologist 198 (2), 525-535, 2013
Genome‐wide gene expression dynamics of the fungal pathogen Dothistroma septosporum throughout its infection cycle of the gymnosperm host Pinus radiata
RE Bradshaw, Y Guo, AD Sim, MS Kabir, P Chettri, IK Ozturk, L Hunziker, ...
Molecular Plant Pathology 17 (2), 210-224, 2016
A polyketide synthase gene required for biosynthesis of the aflatoxin-like toxin, dothistromin
RE Bradshaw, H Jin, BS Morgan, A Schwelm, OR Teddy, CA Young, ...
Mycopathologia 161, 283-294, 2006
Specific Hypersensitive Response–Associated Recognition of New Apoplastic Effectors from Cladosporium fulvum in Wild Tomato
CH Mesarich, B Ӧkmen, H Rovenich, SA Griffiths, C Wang, ...
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 31 (1), 145-162, 2018
A fragmented aflatoxin-like gene cluster in the forest pathogen Dothistroma septosporum
S Zhang, A Schwelm, H Jin, LJ Collins, RE Bradshaw
Fungal Genetics and Biology 44 (12), 1342-1354, 2007
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