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Grapevine powdery mildew

--Frenkel, O., Cadle-Davidson, L., Wilcox, W. F., and Milgroom, M. G. 2015. Mechanisms of resistance to an azole fungicide in the grapevine powdery mildew fungus, Erysiphe necator. Phythopathology 105:370-377. [article]

--Brewer, M. T., Frenkel, O., Milgroom, M. G., 2012. Linkage disequilibrium and spatial aggregation of genotypes in sexually reproducing populations of Erysiphe necator. Phythopathology 102: 997-1005. [article]
--Frenkel O, Portillo I, Brewer MT, Péros J-P, Cadle-Davidson L, Milgroom MG, 2012. Development of microsatellite markers from the transcriptome of Erysiphe necator for analyzing population structure in North America and Europe. Plant Pathology 61:106-119. [article]
--Gadoury, D. M., Cadle-Davidson, L., Wilcox, W. F., Dry, I., Seem, R. C., Milgroom, M. G., 2012. Grapevine powdery mildew (Erysiphe necator): a fascinating system for the study of the biology, ecology, and the epidemiology of an obligate biotroph. Molecular Plant Pathology 13:1-16. [article]
--Ramming, D. W., Gabler, F., Smilanick, J. L., Margosan, D. A., Cadle-Davidson, M., Barba, P., Mahanil, S., Frenkel, O., Milgroom, M. G., Cadle-Davidson, L., 2012. Identification of race-specific resistance in North American Vitis species limiting Erysiphe necator hyphal growth. Phytopathology 102:83-93. [article]

--Brewer, M. T., Cadle-Davidson, L., Cortesi, P., Spanu, P. D., Milgroom, M. G., 2011. Identification and structure of the mating-type locus and development of PCR-based markers for mating type in powdery mildew fungi. Fungal Genetics and Biology 48: 704-713. [article]
--Wakefield, L., Gadoury, D. M., Seem, R. C., Milgroom, M. G., Sun, Q. and Cadle-Davidson, L. 2011. Differential gene expression during conidiation in the grape powdery mildew fungus, Erysiphe necator. Phytopathology 101:839-846. [article]

--Brewer MT, Milgroom MG, 2010. Phylogeography and population structure of the grape powdery mildew fungus, Erysiphe necator, from diverse Vitis species. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 10: 268. [full text]
--Frenkel O, Brewer MT, Milgroom MG, 2010. Variation in pathogenicity and aggressiveness of Erysiphe necator from different Vitis species and geographic origins in the eastern United States. Phythopathology 100: 1185-1193. [abstract][full text].

--Cortesi, P., Pizzatti, C., Bertocchi, D., and Milgroom, M. G. 2008. Persistence and spatial autocorrelation of clones of Erysiphe necator overwintering as mycelium in dormant buds in an isolated vineyard in northern Italy. Phytopathology 98:148-154 [abstract][full text]

--Cortesi, P., Mazzoleni, A., Pizzatti, C., and Milgroom, M. G. 2005. Genetic similarity of flag shoot and ascospore subpopulations of Erysiphe necator in Italy. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71: 7788-7791. [PubMed]

--Cortesi, P., Ottaviani, M.-P., Milgroom, M. G. 2004. Spatial and genetic analysis of a flag shoot subpopulation of Erysiphe necator. Phythopathology 94:544-550. [pdf]


Tuscany vineyards

Grape vineyards in Tuscany, Italy (Photo from P. Cortesi).