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Kang SC, Blair JE, Geiser DM, Khang CH, Park SY, Gahegan M, O'Donnell K, Luster DG, Kim SH, Ivors KL, Lee YH, Lee YW, Grünwald NJ, Martin FM, Coffey MD, Veeraraghavan N, Makalowska I. Plant pathogen culture collections: It takes a village to preserve these resources vital to the advancement of agricultural security and plant pathology. Phytopathology 2006;96:920-925. (99.2 KB)
Miklas PN, Hu JG, Grünwald NJ, Larsen KM. Potential application of TRAP (targeted region amplified polymorphism) markers for mapping and tagging disease resistance traits in common bean. Crop Science 2006;46:910-916.
Infantino A, Kharrat M, Riccioni L, Coyne CJ, McPhee KE, Grünwald NJ. Screening techniques and sources of resistance to root diseases in cool season food legumes. Euphytica 2006;147:201-221.
Grünwald NJ, Sturbaum AK, Montes GR, Serrano EG, Lozoya-Saldana H, Fry WE. Selection for fungicide resistance within a growing season in field populations of Phytophthora infestans at the center of origin. Phytopathology 2006;96:1397-1403. (266.65 KB)
Garnica DP, Pinzon AM, Quesada-Ocampo LM, Bernal AJ, Barreto E, Grünwald NJ, Restrepo S. Survey and analysis of microsatellites from transcript sequences in Phytophthora species: frequency, distribution, and potential as markers for the genus. BMC Genomics 2006;7 (319.81 KB)
Grünwald NJ, Flier WG. The biology of Phytophthora infestans at its center of origin. Annual Review of Phytopathology 2005;43:171-190. (305.55 KB)
Andrade-Piedra JL, Forbes GA, Shtienberg D, Grünwald NJ, Chacon MG, Taipe MV, Hijmans RJ, Fry WE. Qualification of a plant disease simulation model: Performance of the LATEBLIGHT model across a broad range of environments. Phytopathology 2005;95:1412-1422. (420.28 KB)
Vandemark G, Grünwald NJ. Use of real-time PCR to examine the relationship between disease severity in pea and Aphanomyces euteiches DNA content in roots. European Journal of Plant Pathology 2005;111:309-316. (232.72 KB)
Badillo-Ponce G, Fernandez-Pavia SP, Grünwald NJ, Garay-Serrano E, Rodriguez-Alvarado G, Lozoya-Saldana H. First report of blight on Ipomoea purpurea caused by Phytophthora ipomoeae. Plant Disease 2004;88:1283-1283.
Paulitz TC, Dugan F, Chen W, Grünwald NJ. First report of Pythium irregulare on lentils in the United States. Plant Disease 2004;88:310-310.
Sotirovski K, Papazova-Anakieva I, Grünwald NJ, Milgroom MG. Low diversity of vegetative compatibility types and mating type of Cryphonectria parasitica in the southern Balkans. Plant Pathology 2004;53:325-333.
Fernandez-Pavia SP, Grünwald NJ, Diaz-Valasis M, Cadena-Hinojosa M, Fry WE. Soilborne oospores of Phytophthora infestans in central Mexico survive winter fallow and infect potato plants in the field. Plant Disease 2004;88:29-33.
Grünwald NJ, Goodwin SB, Milgroom MG, Fry WE. Analysis of genotypic diversity data for populations of microorganisms. Phytopathology 2003;93:738-746. (200.25 KB)
Flier WG, Grünwald NJ, Kroon LPNM, Sturbaum AK, van den Bosch TBM, Garay-Serrano E, Lozoya-Saldana H, Fry WE, Turkensteen LJ. The population structure of Phytophthora infestans from the Toluca Valley of central Mexico suggests genetic differentiation between populations from cultivated potato and wild Solanum spp. Phytopathology 2003;93:382-390. (152.56 KB)
Grünwald NJ, Coyne CJ. Second International Aphanomyces Workshop. In: Proceedings of the Second International Aphanomyces Workshop. Pasco, Washington: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service; 2003 (2.35 MB)