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Fry WE, McGrath MT, Seaman A, Zitter TA, McLeod A, Danies G, Small IM, Myers K, Everts K, Gevens AJ, Gugino BK, Johnson SB, Judelson H, Ristaino J, Roberts R, Secor G, , Snover-Clift K, Wyenandt A, Grünwald NJ, Smart CD. The 2009 Late Blight Pandemic in the Eastern United States - Causes and Results. Plant Disease 2013;97:296-306.
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)
Goss EM, Carbone I, Grünwald NJ. Ancient isolation and independent evolution of the three clonal lineages of the exotic sudden oak death pathogen Phytophthora ramorum. Molecular Ecology 2009;18:1161-1174. (931.57 KB)
Grünwald NJ, Everhart S, Knaus BJ, Kamvar ZN. Best practices for population genetic analyses [Internet]. Phytopathology 2017;107:1000-1010.Available from:
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)
Lozoya-Saldana H, Perales-Rosas D, Fernandez-Pavia SP, Grünwald NJ. Characterization of Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) De Bary. II. Subpopulations obtained from wild Solanum species. Agrociencia 2006;40:325-333.
Vercauteren A, De Dobbelaere I, Grünwald NJ, Bonants P, Van Bockstaele E, Maes M, Heungens K. Clonal expansion of the Belgian Phytophthora ramorum populations based on new microsatellite markers. Molecular Ecology 2010;19:92-107.
Grünwald NJ, Workneh F, Hu S, van Bruggen AHC. Comparison of an in vitro and a damping-off assay to test soils for suppressiveness to Pythium aphanidermatum. European Journal of Plant Pathology 1997;103:55-63.
Savory EA, Fuller SL, Weisberg AJ, Thomas WJ, Gordon MI, Stevens DM, Creason AL, Belcher MS, Serdani M, Wiseman MS, . Correction: Evolutionary transitions between beneficial and phytopathogenic rhodococcus challenge disease management. eLife 2018;7:e36350.
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:
Cardenas M, Tabima J, Fry WE, Grünwald NJ, Bernal A, Restrepo S. Defining species boundaries in the genus Phytophthora: the case of Phytophthora andina A response to Phytophthora andina sp nov., a newly identified heterothallic pathogen of solanaceous hosts in the Andean highlands' (Oliva et al., 2010). Plant Pathology 2012;61:215-220.
Kamvar ZN, López-Uribe MM, Coughlan S, Grünwald NJ, Lapp H, Manel S. Developing educational resources for population genetics in R: an open and collaborative approach [Internet]. Molecular ecology resources 2017;17:120–128.Available from:
Akamatsu HO, Grünwald NJ, Chilvers MI, Porter LD, Peever TL. Development of codominant simple sequence repeat, single nucleotide polymorphism and sequence characterized amplified region markers for the pea root rot pathogen, Aphanomyces euteiches. Journal of Microbiological Methods 2007;71:82-86.
Bollmann S, Fang Y, Press C, Tyler BMerrick, Grünwald NJ. Diverse evolutionary trajectories for small RNA biogenesis genes in the oomycete genus Phytophthora [Internet]. Frontiers in Plant Science 2016;7Available 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.