WERA89: Potato Virus and Virus-Like Disease Management

(Multistate Research Coordinating Committee and Information Exchange Group)

Status: Active

SAES-422 Reports

10/09/2017

Benedict, C., McMoran, D., Inglis, D., and Karasev, A.V. (2015) Tuber symptoms associated with recombinant strains of Potato virus Y in specialty potatoes under northwestern Washington growing conditions. American Journal of Potato Research 92: 593-602. Fig. 1 of this paper has been selected for the cover of the October issue of American Journal of Potato Research.


Cating, R.A., Funke, C.N., Kaur, N., Hamm, P.B., and K.E. Frost. (2015). A multiplex reverse transcription (RT) high-fidelity PCR protocol for the detection of six viruses that cause potato tuber necrosis. The American Journal of Potato Research 92:850-864.


Chikh-Ali, M., Bosque-Perez, N., **Vander Pol, D., Sembel, D., and Karasev, A.V. (2016) Occurrence and molecular characterization of recombinant Potato virus YNTN (PVYNTN) isolates from Sulawesi, Indonesia. Plant Disease 100: 269-275.


Chikh-Ali, M., *Alruwaili, H., **Vander Pol, D., and Karasev, A.V. (2016) Molecular characterization of recombinant strains of Potato virus Y from Saudi Arabia. Plant Disease 100: 292-297.


DeBlasio, S.L., Johnson, R., Mahoney, J., Karasev, A.V., Gray, S.M., MacCoss, M.J., and Cilia, M. (2015) Insights into the polerovirus-plant interactome revealed by co-immunoprecipitation and mass spectrometry. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 28: 467-481.


DeBlasio, S.L., Johnson, R., Sweeney, M.M., Karasev, A.V., Gray, S.M., MacCoss, M.J., and Cilia, M. (2015) The Potato leafroll virus structural proteins manipulate overlapping, yet distinct protein interaction networks during infection. Proteomics 15: 2098-2112.


Domfeh, O., Bittara, F., and Gudmestad, N.C. 2015. Sensitivity of potato cultivars to Potato Mop Top virus-induced tuber necrosis. Plant Dis. 99:788-796.


Domfeh, O., Thompson, A.L. and Gudmestad, N.C. 2015. Sensitivity to tuber necrosis caused by Potato Mop Top virus in advanced potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) breeding selections. Amer. J. Potato Res. 92:636-647.


Domfeh, O. and Gudmestad, N.C. 2016. Moisture management as a potential disease control strategy for Potato Mop Top virus-induced tuber necrosis. Plant Dis. 100:418-423.


Fulladolsa, A.C., F.M. Navarro, R. Kota, K. Severson, J.P. Palta, and A.O. Charkowski. (2015) Application of marker assisted selection for Potato virus Y resistance in the University of Wisconsin Potato Breeding Program. Am. J. Pot. Res. 92:444-450.


Mallik, I., Anderson, N.R., and Gudmestad, N.C. 2012. Detection and differentiation of Potato virus Y strains from potato using immunocapture multiplex RT-PCR. Am. J. PotatoRes. 89:184-191.


Mallik, I. and Gudmestad, N.C. 2015. First report of Potato Mop Top virus causing potato tuber necrosis in Colorado and New Mexico. Plant Dis. 99:164.


Mondal, S.; E. J. Wenninger; P. J. S. Hutchinson; J. L. Whitworth; D. Shrestha; S. D. Eigenbrode, and N. A. Bosque-Perez. (2016) Comparison of transmission efficiency of various isolates of Potato virus Y among three aphid vectors. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 158: 258-268.


Rowley, J.S., Gray, S.M., and Karasev, A.V. (2015) Screening potato cultivars for new sources of resistance to Potato virus Y. American Journal of Potato Research 92: 38-48. – Fig. 8 of this paper has been selected for the cover of the February issue of American Journal of Potato Research.


Wohleb, C.H., T.D. Waters, E.M. D’Auria, and D.W. Crowder. (2015) WSU Potato Pest Alerts – Providing Regional Pest Information and IPM-based Recommendations to Aid Management Decisions. Abstracts of the Papers Presented at the 99th Annual Meeting of the Potato Association of America. Am. J. of Potato Res., 93(2).


Wohleb, C.H. (2015) Development and impact of a pest alert system for potato growers in the Columbia Basin of Washington. 8th International IPM Symposium.

05/14/2018

Alyokhin, A. 2015.  Preventing the Spread of Potato Viruses: What Insecticides Can and Cannot Do. Webinar presented for the Pest Management Network, available at http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/edcenter/seminars/potato/PotatoViruses/


Alyokhin, A. 2015. Managing non-persistently transmitted aphid-borne viruses: Perceptions and reality. Symposium “Beyond Corn and Soybeans...Challenges to Integrated Pest Management in Specialty Crops.” Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN. November 15-18, 2015. (abstract)


Alyokhin, A. 2015. Con- and heterospecific influences on potato colonization by three species of aphids. Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN. November 15-18, 2015. (abstract)


Alyokhin, A. and A. Buzza. 2016. Epidemiology of Potato Virus Y in Northern Maine. Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, Philadelphia, PA. January 3-7, 2016. (abstract)


Bag, S., S.I. Rondon, K. Frost, D. Walenta, and B. Charlton. 2016. Monitoring aphids in seed and commercial potato fields in Oregon. In 75th annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference. Jan 11-12. Portland, OR. Section V. Pp 59-62. (abstract)


Bag, S., Frost, K., Rondon, S.I., Charlton, B.A., and D. Walenta. 2016. Variation in aphid abundance and Potato virus Y incidence in Oregon potato. APS Annual Meeting. July 30- Aug 3, Tampa, FL. Phytopathology 106 (Suppl. 4) S4.44 (abstract)


Bag, S., Rondon, S., Frost, K., Walenta, D. and B. Charlton. 2016. Monitoring aphids and potato virus Y in seed and commercial fields in Oregon. XXV International Congress of Entomology, September 25-30, Orlando, FL, USA. (abstract)


Beissinger, A. 2016. Proactive approaches for managing Potato virus Y in western Washington. M.S. Thesis, WSU Plant Pathology Department, Pullman, WA (136 pages).


Beissinger, A., Benedict, C.A., Goldberger, J., and Inglis, D.A. 2016. A sociological assessment of Potato virus Y in western Washington: Barriers and bridges to adopting new management practices. Ann. Mtg. Amer. Phytopath. Soc., S106:S4.119. July 30- Aug 3, Tampa, FL (abstract and poster presentation).


Beissinger, A., Goldberger, J.R., Benedict, C.A., and Inglis, D.A. 2017. Seed potatoes, virus management, and the non-   adoption of an agricultural innovation. Rural Sociology: doi:10.1111/ruso.12181.


Beissinger, A. and Inglis, D. March 2018. Greenhouse comparison of two detection methods for Potato virus YN-Wi at four potato growth stages. Plant Health Progress (19):71-75.


Beissinger, A., Benedict, C., and Inglis, D. 2018. Alternative sources of Potato virus Y in western Washington. WSU Extension Technical Bulletin: 49E. x p. (in press). 


Benedict, C., McMoran, D., Inglis, D., and Karasev, A.V. 2015. Tuber symptoms associated with recombinant strains of Potato virus Y in specialty potatoes under northwestern Washington growing conditions. Amer. J. of Potato Res. 92: 593-602.


Carroll, J.E., Smith, D.M., and Gray, S. M. 2016. Preferential acquisition and inoculation of PVYNTN over PVYO in potato by the green peach aphid Myzus persicae (Sulzer). J. Gen. Virol. 97: 797–802.


Cating, R. A., C.N. Funke, N. Kaur, P.B. Hamm, and K.E. Frost, 2015. A multiplex reverse transcription (RT) high-fidelity PCR protocol for the simultaneous detection of six viruses that cause potato tuber necrosis. American Journal of Potato Research 92:536-540.


Charkowski, A. O. 2017. The socioeconomic impact of emerging and re-emerging disease epidemics. Phytopathology 107 (12):161


Chikh-Ali, M., Rowley, J.S., Kuhl, J.C., Gray, S.M., and Karasev, A.V. 2014. Evidence of a monogenic nature of the Nz gene conferring resistance against Potato virus Y strain Z (PVYZ) in potato. American Journal of Potato Research 91: 649-654.


Chikh-Ali, M., Alruwaili, H., Vander Pol, D., and Karasev, A.V. 2015. Molecular characterization of recombinant strains of Potato virus Y from Saudi Arabia. Plant Disease 100: 292-297.


Chikh-Ali, M., Bosque-Perez, N., Vander Pol, D., Sembel, D., and Karasev, A.V. 2015. Occurrence and molecular characterization of recombinant Potato virus YNTN (PVYNTN) isolates from Sulawesi, Indonesia. Plant Disease 100: 269-275.


Chikh-Ali, M., Naidu, R., and Karasev, A.V. 2015. First report of Potato virus Y (PVY) strain PVYC associated with a tomato disease in Kenya. Plant Disease 100:864.


Chikh-Ali, M., Vander Pol, D., Nikolaeva, O.V., Melzer, M.J., and Karasev, A.V. 2016. Biological and molecular characterization of a tomato isolate of Potato virus Y (PVY) of the PVYC lineage. Archives of Virology 161: 3561–3566.


Couture, J. J. 2015. Mapping variation in vegetation functioning using imaging spectroscopy (Invited), American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. Dec. 18, 2015. (abstract)


Couture J. J., Singh A., Charkowski A. O., Groves, R. L., Gray, S. M., Bethke, P. C., Townsend, P. A. 201x. Integrating spectroscopy with potato disease management. Plant Disease. Accepted with revisions. 


Domfeh, O., Bittara, F., and Gudmestad, N.C. 2015. Sensitivity of potato cultivars to Potato Mop Top virus-induced tuber necrosis. Plant Dis. 99:788-796.


Domfeh, O., Thompson, A.L. and Gudmestad, N.C. 2015. Sensitivity to tuber necrosis caused by Potato Mop Top virus in advanced potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) breeding selections. Amer. J. Potato Res. 92:636-647.


Domfeh, O. and Gudmestad, N.C. 2016. Effect of soil moisture on the development of Potato Mop Top virus-induced tuber necrosis. Plant Dis. 100:418-423.


Dwyer, J. D. 2015. Aphid Populations in 2014. Spudlines, Volume 50 Number 3.


Dwyer, J. D. 2015. When is the Best Time to Initiate PVY/Aphid Management Strategies.  Spudlines, Volume 50 Number 3.   


Dwyer, James, D., Dwyer, Marc. J. 2018. What We Have Learned About Aphids in the Last Five Years. Maine Potato Conference January 17 and 18, 2018. University of Maine at Presque Isle (abstract)


Dwyer, J., Dwyer, M., Alyokhin, A., Dill, J., Buzza, A. 2018. Aphid Tower Trapping Results in Maine. 9th International IPM Symposium. Baltimore, Maryland (abstract)


Elwan, E.A., Abdel Aleem, E.E., Fattouh, F.A., Green, K.J., Tran, L.T., and Karasev, A.V. 2017. Occurrence of diverse recombinant strains of Potato virus Y circulating in potato fields in Egypt. Plant Disease, published on-line April 17, 2017


Frost, K.E., Gevens, A.J. and Groves, R.L.  2015.  Web-based pest and disease forecasting tool for enhanced processing vegetable crop management. In Proceedings of the 2015 Wisconsin Crop Management Conference Abstracts, January, 13-15, Alliant Energy Center, Madison, WI. (abstract)


Fulladolsa Palma, Ana Cristina. 2015. Management of Potato virus Y in potato. PhD diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison.


Fulladolsa, A. C., F. M. Navarro, R. Kota, K. Severson, J. P. Palta, and A. O. Charkowski. 2015. Application of marker assisted selection for Potato virus Y resistance in the University of Wisconsin Potato Breeding Program. American Journal of Potato Research 92 (3): 444-450.


Fulladolsa, A. Jansky, S., Halterman, D., Charkowski, A. 2016. Development of molecular markers tightly linked to Potato virus Y resistance gene Rychc in a diploid potato population. Phytopathology 106:14 (abstract)


Fulladolsa, A. C., Jansky, S. H., Smith, D. R., Abramczak, C. M., Charkowski, A. O. 2017. Development and evaluation of four molecular markers tightly linked to the Potato virus Y resistance gene Ry(chc) in diploid potato populations. Phytopathology 107 (12): 69 (abstract)


Fulladolsa, A.C., La Plant, K.E., Groves, R.L., Charkowski, A. 2018. Potato plants grown from minitubers are delayed in maturity, but are not more susceptible to Potato virus Y than plants grown from conventional seed. American Journal of Potato Research 95 (1): 45-53.


Funke, C., Frost, K., Olsen, N., and A.V. Karasev. 2016. Strain specific resistance to Potato virus Y (PVY) in potato efficiently reduces the prevalence of the PVYO strain under semi-field conditions. Phytoplathology 106 (Suppl. 4) S4.199.


Funke, C.N., Nikolaeva, O.V., Green, K.J., Tran, L.T., Chikh-Ali, M., Quintero-Ferrer, A., Cating, R., Frost, K.E., Hamm, P.B., Olsen, N., Pavek, M.J., GFray, S.M., Crosslin, J.M., and Karasev, A.V. 2017. Strain-specific resistance to Potato virus Y (PVY) in potato and its effect on the relative abundance of PVY strains in commercial potato fields. Plant Disease 101: 20-28 


Green, K.J., Brown, C.J., Gray, S.M., and Karasev, A.V. 2017. Phylogenetic study of recombinant strains of Potato virus Y. Virology 507: 40-52. 


Groves, R.L., Frost. K.E. and Huseth, A.S.  2014.  Integrating grower-driven and publically held data for improved plant protection.  In Proceedings of the 2014 Joint Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society & The Mycological Society of America (APS-CPS 2014), Annual Meeting Abstracts, Phytopathology 104:S3. pp.159. (abstract)


Groves, R.L. Charkowski, A.O. and Bethke, P.  2015.  Influence of viral stresses on potato storage quality.  In Proceedings of the 2015 University of Wisconsin - Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers, Grower Education Conference , UW- Madison College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Research Division and UWEX, Feb. 3-5, Steven’s Point, WI, 22:1pp. (abstract)


Groves, R.L., Frost, K.E. and Huseth, A.S.  2015.  Modeling Potato virus Y incidence in seed potato production using grower-driven data and landscape analyses. In Proceedings of the 2015 AFRI NIFA Sponsored Workshop: Enhancing Risk Index-Driven Decision Tools for Managing Insect Transmitted Plant Pathogens, Conference Abstracts, May 14-16, Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove, CA. (http://ucanr.edu/sites/tospo/). (abstract)


Groves, R.L., Frost, K.E., Charkowski, A.O., Duerr, E., Huseth, A.S. and Crockford, A.B. 2015. Data Driven IPM: Accurate Predictions of Risk for Plant Protection. P-IE Section Symposium, Insecticide Resistance Management (IRM) vs. Integrated Pest Management (IPM): Overlap and Conflicts, IRAC US Symposium Series No. 11. Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, November 15-18, 2015. (abstract)


Groves, R.L., Frost, K.E., and A. Charkowski. 2016. Grower-driven data reveals first principles in the management of Potato virus Y incidence in seed potato production. XXV International Congress of Entomology, Orlando, FL, September 25-30. DOI: 10.1603/ICE.2016.93731 (conference paper)


Huang, D. and Yan, G. P. 2016. Real-time and conventional PCR assays for identifying the stubby root nematode Paratrichodorus allius. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, July 30-August 3, 2016. (abstract)


Huang, D., Yan, G. P., and Skantar, A. M. 2017. Quantification of Paratrichodorus allius in DNA extracted from soil using TaqMan Probe and SYBR Green real-time PCR assays. Nematology 19: 987-1001.


Huang, D., Yan, G. P., and Skantar, A. M. 2017. Development of real-time and conventional PCR assays for identifying stubby root nematode Paratrichodorus allius. Plant Disease 101:964-972.


Huang, D., Yan, G. P., Plaisance, A., Gudmestad, N. C., Whitworth, J., Frost, K., Brown, C. R., Hafez, S. L., Handoo, Z. A., and Skantar, A. M. 2017. Molecular detection, identification and quantification of Paratrichodorus allius from nematode individuals, communities and soil DNA. Abstracts of 56th Annual Meeting of the Society of Nematologists, Williamsburg, Virginia, August 13-16. (abstract)


Huang, D., Yan, G. P., Gudmestad, N., Whitworth, J., Frost, K., Brown, C., Weimin, Y., Agudelo, P., and Crow, W. 2018. Molecular characterization and identification of stubby root nematode species from multiple states in the United States. Plant Disease 101 (6): 964-972.


Inglis, D.A. and Gundersen, B. 2015. Impact of Potato virus Y on the quality of specialty potato tubers. Pg. 7-14 in Proceedings of the Washington-Oregon Potato Conference. January 27-29, Kennewick, WA. (abstract)


Inglis, D.A. 2016. ‘Cracked’ potato tubers and Potato virus Y. Invited PAA Forum article, Spudman magazine, June 2016.


Inglis, D.A., Gundersen, B., and Beissinger, A. 2016. Evidence that tuber cracking in potato can be caused by Potato virus Y. Ann. Mtg. Pacific Div. Amer. Phytopathol. Soc. 106:S4.199, La Conner, WA (abstract and poster presentation).


Inglis, D.A., Gundersen, B., Beissinger, A., and Karasev, A.V. 2017. Foliar and tuber reactions of five fresh market potato cultivars with three Potato virus Y strains. Ann. Mtg. Amer. Phytopath. Soc., S10x:xxx, San Antonio, TX (abstract for poster presentation).


Inglis, D., Benedict, C., Gundersen, B., Beissinger, A., and McMoran, D. 201x. Proactive approaches for controlling recombinant strains of Potato virus Y in western Washington. WSU Extension Technical Bulletin: (submitted Feb 2018).


Karasev, A.V. 2015. A novel strain of Potato virus Y from tomato. 107th Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August 3, 2015, Pasadena, CA (abstract)


Karasev, A. 2016. Characterization of recombinant Potato virus YNTN (PVYNTN) isolates from Sulawesi, Indonesia. 108th Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, July 30 - August 3, 2016, Tampa, FL (abstract and poster presentation).


Kaur, N., Cating, R.A., Dung, J.K.S., Frost, K.E., Robinson, B.A., and P.B. Hamm. 2016. First report of Potato mop-top virus infecting potato in Oregon. Plant Disease 100:2337.


Klein, M.L. and S.I. Rondon. 2016. Spatial and temporal analysis of aphids in eastern Oregon. In 75th annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference. 11-12 Jan. Portland, OR. Section V. Pp 62-64. (abstract)


Kuhl, J.C., R.G. Novy, J.L. Whitworth, M.S. Dibble, B. Schneider, and D. Hall. 2016. Development of Molecular Markers Closely Linked to the Potato Leafroll Virus Resistance Gene, Rlr etb, for use in Marker-Assisted Selection. American Journal of Potato Research 93:203-212.


McMoran, D.W., Benedict, C.A., and Inglis, D.A. 201x. Potato virus Y and organic potatoes in western Washington. WSU Extension Fact Sheet: (submitted Feb 2018).


Mallik, I. and Gudmestad, N.C. 2015. First report of Potato Mop Top virus causing potato tuber necrosis in Colorado and New Mexico. Plant Dis. 99:164.


Mondal, S., E.J. Wenninger, P.J.S. Hutchinson, J.L. Whitworth, D. Shrestha, S.D. Eigenbrode, and N.A. Bosque-Perez. 2016. Comparison of transmission efficiency of various isolates of Potato virus Y among three aphid vectors. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 158:258-268.


Mondal, S. and Gray, S.M. 2017. Sequential acquisition of Potato virus Y strains by Myzus persicae favors the transmission of the emerging recombinant strains. Virus Research 241:116-124.


Mondal, S., Lin, Y.H., Carroll, J.E., Wenninger, E.J., Bosque-Perez, N.A., Whitworth, J.L., Hutchinson, P., Eigenbrode, S., Gray, S.M. 2017. Potato virus Y transmission efficiency from potato infected with single or multiple virus strains. Phytopathology 107:491-498.


Mondal, S., E.J. Wenninger, P.J.S. Hutchinson, J.L. Whitworth, D. Shrestha, S.D. Eigenbrode, N.A. Bosque-Pérez, and W.E. Snyder. 2017. Responses of Aphid Vectors of Potato leaf roll virus to Potato Varieties. Plant Disease 101:1812-1818.


Novy, R., J. Whitworth, J. Stark. 2016. Breeding for resistance to Potato virus Y and protocols to mitigate PVY in breeder seed.  American Journal of Potato Research 94:237


Novy, RG, Whitworth, JL, Stark, JC, Schneider, BL, Knowles, NR, Pavek, MJ, Knowles, LO, Charlton, BA, Sathuvalli, V, Yilma, S, Brown, CR, Thornton, M, Brandt, TL, Olsen, N.  2017.  Payette Russet: a Dual-Purpose Potato Cultivar with Cold-Sweetening Resistance, Low Acrylamide Formation, and Resistance to Late Blight and Potato Virus Y.  Am. J. Potato Research.  94:38-53.


Olsen, N. and A. Karasev. 2015. Going viral: discerning among common virus-induced diseases. Potato Grower Magazine 44(9):32. September 2015. http://www.potatogrower.com/2015/09/going-viral


Plaisance, A. and Yan, G. P. 2015. Comparison of two nematode extraction techniques. 2015. 54th Annual Meeting of the Society of Nematologists, East Lansing, MI, July 19-24, 2015. (abstract)


Raikhy, G., N. Gudmestad, S.M. Gray, and H.R. Pappu. 2016. Genetic diversity of Tobacco rattle virus isolates in the US.  Paper presented at the 16th triennial meeting of the Virology Section of the European Association of Potato Research. May 31st to June 3rd 2016. (abstract)


Ramesh, S.V., G. Raikhy, C.R. Brown, J.L. Whitworth, and H.R. Pappu. 2014. Complete genomic characterization of a potato mop-top virus isolate from the United States. Archives of virology 159:3427-3433. DOI 10.1007/s00705-014-2214-0


Robinson, A., Domfeh, O., and Gudmestad, N. C. 2015. Potato Tuber Viruses: Mop-Top Management.  ND Extension Circular A1777. 2pp. https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/publications/crops/potato-tuber-viruses-mop-top-management/a1777.pdf


Rondon. S.I., Bag, S., Vinchesi, A., Goyer, A. and K. Frost. 2016. PVY vectors, vector-plant interactions and novel control methods in the western United States. 16th triennial meeting of the virology section of the European Association of Potato Research, May 31 – June 3, Ljubljana, Slovenia. (abstract)


Rowley, J.S., Gray, S.M., and Karasev, A.V. 2015. Screening potato cultivars for new sources of resistance to Potato virus Y. American Journal of Potato Research 92: 38-48.


Shrestha, D., E.J. Wenninger, P.J.S. Hutchinson, J.L. Whitworth, S. Mondal, S.D. Eigenbrode, and N.A. Bosque-Perez. 2014. Interactions among potato genotypes, growth stages, virus strains, and inoculation methods in the potato virus y and green peach aphid pathosystem. Environmental Entomology 43:662-671.


Thomas-Sharma, S., Abdurahman, A., Ali, S., Andrade-Piedra, J. L., Bao, S., Charkowski, A. O., Crook, D., Kadian, M., Kromann, P., Struik, P. C., Torrance, L., Garrett, K.A., Forbes, G.A. 2016. Seed degeneration in potato: the need for an integrated seed health strategy to mitigate the problem in developing countries. Plant Pathology 65 (1):3-16.


Weber, B. N., R. A. Witherell, and A. O. Charkowski. 2015. Low-cost potato tissue culture with microwave and bleach media preparation and sterilization. American Journal of Potato Research 92:128-137.


Whitworth, Jonathan. 2016.  Potato virus Y is an industry-wide problem; challenges in removing PVY from seed.  American Journal of Potato Research 94:248


Yan, G. P. and Gudmestad, N.C. 2015. Stubby root nematode as the virus vector of corky ringspot disease of potato. 54th Annual Meeting of the Society of Nematologists, East Lansing, MI, July 19-24, 2015. (abstract)


Yan, G. P., Plaisance, A., Huang, D., and Handoo, Z. A. 2016. First detection of the stubby root nematode Paratrichodorus allius on potato in North Dakota and on sugarbeet in Minnesota. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, July 30-August 3, 2016. (abstract)


Yan, G. P., Plaisance, A., Huang, D., Upadhaya, A., Gudmestad, N. C., and Handoo, Z. A. 2016. First report of the stubby root nematode Paratrichodorus allius on potato in North Dakota. Plant Disease 100: 1247. http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-11-15-1350-PDN.


Yan, G. P., Huang, D., Plaisance, A., Gudmestad, N. C., Whitworth, J., Frost, K., Brown, C. R., Ye, W., Crow, B., and Hafez, S. L. 2017. Species and population densities of stubby root nematodes from multiple states in the United States. Phytopathology 107:S5.96 (abstract).


Yellareddygari, S.K.R., Domfeh, O. Bittara, F.G., and Gudmestad, N.C. 2017. Analysis of Potato Mop-Top Virus survival probability in post-harvest storage. Amer. J. Potato Res. 94:632-637.


Yellareddygari, S.K.R, Brown, C.R., Whitworth, J.L., Quick, R.A., Hamlin, L.L., and Gudmestad, N.C. 2018. Assessing potato cultivar sensitivity to tuber necrosis caused by Tobacco rattle virus. Plant Dis. 102: (in press).


Yellareddygari, S.K.R, Whitworth, J.L., and Gudmestad, N.C. 2018. Assessing potato cultivar sensitivity to tuber necrosis caused by Potato mop-top virus. Plant Dis. 102: (in press).


Zeng, Y., Fulladosa, A. C., Houser, A., Charkowski, A. O. 2018. Colorado seed potato certification data analysis shows mosaic and blackleg are major diseases of seed potato and identifies tolerant potato varieties. Plant Disease. (near submission)


Zidack, N., Gray, S. Ugly Fight: Battling Tuber Necrotic Viruses. Potato Grower, May 2017.  


 

06/18/2019

Babujee, L., Witherell, R.A., Mikami, K., Aiuchi, D., Charkowski, A.O., and Rakotondrafara, A.M. (2019) Optimization of an isothermal recombinase polymerase amplification method for real-time detection of Potato virus Y O and N types in potato. Journal of Virological Methods. 267: 16-21.


Chikh-Ali, M., Rodriguez-Rodriguez, M., Green, K.J., Kim, D.-J., Chung, S.-M., Kuhl, J.C, and Karasev, A.V. (2019) Identification and molecular characterization of recombinant Potato virus Y (PVY) in potato from Korea, PVYNTN strain. Plant Disease 103: 137-142.


DeBlasio, S.L., Rebelo, A.R., Parks, K., Gray, S.M. and Heck, M.C. (2018) Disruption of chloroplast function through downregulation of phytoene desaturase enhances the systemic accumulation of an aphid-borne, phloem limited virus. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 31: 1095-1110.


DeBlasio, S.L., Xu, Y., Johnson, R.S., Rebelo, A.R., MacCoss, M.J., Gray, S.M., and Heck, M. (2018) The interaction dynamics of two Potato leafroll virus movement proteins affects their localization to the outer membranes of mitochondria and plastids. Viruses. 10: 1-26.


Duellman, K.M. and Marshall, J.M. 2018. Importance of Potato Volunteers as PVY Reservoirs in Idaho, 2018. 102nd Annual Meeting of the Potato Association of America, Boise ID (Poster)


Fulladolsa, A.C., Charkowski, A., Cai, X., Whitworth, J, Gray, S., and Jansky, S. (2019) Germplasm with resistance to Potato virus Y derived from Solanum chacoense: Clones M19 (39-7) and M20 (XD3). American Journal of Potato Research, published on-line March 15, 2019 (https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12230-019-09719-6).


Green, K.J., Brown, C.J., and Karasev, A.V. (2018) Genetic diversity of Potato virus Y (PVY): sequence analyses reveal ten novel PVY recombinant structures. Archives of Virology 163: 23-32.


Gray, S.M., and Power, A.G. (2018) Anthropogenic influences on emergence of vector-borne plant viruses: the persistent problem of Potato virus Y. Current Opinion in Virology. 33: 177-183.


Huang, D., Yan, G. P., Gudmestad, N., Whitworth, J., Frost, K., Brown, C., Weimin, Y., Agudelo, P., and Crow, W. (2018) Molecular characterization and identification of stubby root nematode species from multiple states in the United States. Plant Disease. 102: 2101-2111.


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