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Knaus BJ, Tabima JF, Judelson HS, Grünwald NJ. Data from: Genomic analyses of dominant US clonal lineages of Phytophthora infestans reveals recent shared ancestry for US11 and US18 and a lack of ancestry for all other lineages [Internet]. 2015;Available from:
Knaus BJ, Fieland VJ, Graham KA, Grünwald NJ. Diversity of Foliar Phytophthora Species on Rhododendron in Oregon Nurseries. PLANT DISEASE 2015;99:1326-1332.
Reeser PW, Sutton W, Hansen EM, Goheen EM, Fieland VJ, Grünwald NJ. First Report of Phytophthora occultans Causing Root and Collar Rot on Ceanothus, Boxwood, Rhododendron, and Other Hosts in Horticultural Nurseries in Oregon, USA. PLANT DISEASE 2015;99:1282-1283.
Fry WE, Birch PRJ, Judelson HS, Grünwald NJ, Danies G, Everts KL, Gevens AJ, Gugino BK, Johnson DA, Johnson SB, McGrath MT, Myers KL, Ristaino JB, Roberts PD, Secor G, Smart CD. Five Reasons to Consider Phytophthora infestans a Reemerging Pathogen. PHYTOPATHOLOGY 2015;105:966-981.
Saville A, Graham K, Grünwald NJ, Myers K, Fry WE, Ristaino JBeagle. Fungicide sensitivity of US genotypes of Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) de Bary to six oomycete-targeted compounds [Internet]. Plant Disease 2015;99:659-666.Available from:
Wolfenbarger SN, Twomey MC, Gadoury DM, Knaus BJ, Grünwald NJ, Gent DH. Identification and distribution of mating-type idiomorphs in populations of Podosphaera macularis and development of chasmothecia of the fungus. PLANT PATHOLOGY 2015;64:1094-1102.
Coyne CJ, Pilet-Nayel M-L, McGee RJ, Porter LD, Sm√Ωkal P, Grünwald NJ. Identification of QTL controlling high levels of partial resistance to Fusarium solani f. sp. pisi in pea [Internet]. Plant Breeding 2015;134:446-453.Available from:
Kamvar ZN, Brooks JC, Grünwald NJ. Novel R tools for analysis of genome-wide population genetic data with emphasis on clonality [Internet]. Frontiers in Genetics 2015;6Available from:
Grünwald NJ. Our recent experience with post-publication peer review at PubPeer. Phytopathology NEws 2015;2015(4):43. (1.35 MB)
Weiland J, Garrido P, Kamvar ZN, Espindola AS, Marek S, Grünwald NJ, Garzon CD. Population structure of Pythium irregulare, P. ultimum, and P. sylvaticum in forest nursery soils of Oregon and Washington [Internet]. Phytopathology 2015;105:684-694.Available from:
Grünwald NJ, Subbarao KV, Glazebrook J, Gleason M, Roberts P. Significant improvements are coming to APS Journals. Phytopathology NEws 2015;2015:44. (1.35 MB)
Weiland JE, Scagel C, Grünwald NJ, Fieland VJ, Foster Z, Santamaria L, Uribe G. Soilborne diseases of nursery crops. 2015.
Kamvar ZN, Larsen MM, Kanaskie AM, Hansen EM, Grünwald NJ. Spatial and temporal analysis of populations of the sudden oak death pathogen in Oregon forests [Internet]. Phytopathology 2015;:PHYTO-12-14-0350-FI.Available from:
Kamoun S, Furzer O, Jones JDG, Judelson HS, Ali GShad, Dalio RJD, Roy SGuha, Schena L, Zambounis A, Panabières F, Cahill D, Ruocco M, Figueiredo A, Chen X-R, Hulvey J, Stam R, Lamour K, Gijzen M, Tyler BM, Grünwald NJ, M. Mukhtar S, Tomé DFA, Toer M, Van den Ackerveken G, McDowell J, Daayf F, Fry WE, Lindqvist-Kreuze H, Meijer HJG, Petre B, Ristaino J, Yoshida K, Birch PRJ, Govers F. The Top 10 oomycete pathogens in molecular plant pathology. MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY 2015;16:413-434.