A. Strayer-Scherer
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Advanced Copper Composites Against Copper-Tolerant Xanthomonas perforans and Tomato Bacterial Spot.
A. Strayer-Scherer, Y. Liao, +7 authors M. Paret
Medicine, Biology
Phytopathology

3 January 2018
TLDR
Although there was no significant impact on yield, copper composites significantly reduced disease severity when compared with water controls, using 80% less metallic copper in comparison with copper-mancozeb in field studies and in greenhouse studies.Expand
32 Citations
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Development of a genome-informed loop-mediated isothermal amplification assay for rapid and specific detection of Xanthomonas euvesicatoria
A. Larrea-Sarmiento, U. Dhakal, +7 authors M. Arif
Biology, Medicine
Scientific Reports

24 September 2018
TLDR
The unique gene recG was chosen to design primers to develop a loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assay to rapidly and accurately identify and differentiate X. euvesicatoria from other BS causing Xanthomonas sp. Expand
21 Citations
Nano-Magnesium Oxide: A Novel Bactericide Against Copper-Tolerant Xanthomonas perforans Causing Tomato Bacterial Spot.
Y. Liao, A. Strayer-Scherer, +8 authors M. Paret
Medicine, Biology
Phytopathology

2019
TLDR
In two greenhouse experiments with a Cu-tolerant strain, bacterial spot severity was significantly reduced by Nano-MgO at 200 µg/ml compared with Cu-ethylene bis-dithiocarbamate (grower standard), and the untreated control (P = 0.05). Expand
11 Citations
Recombinase Polymerase Amplification Assay for Field Detection of Tomato Bacterial Spot Pathogens.
A. Strayer-Scherer, J. B. Jones, M. Paret
Biology, Medicine
Phytopathology

22 February 2019
TLDR
Novel RPA probes and primers were designed to amplify regions of the hrcN gene of X. gardneri, one of the first developed among plant pathogenic bacteria, for rapid, real-time in-field detection of bacterial spot. Expand
7 Citations
Particle-size dependent bactericidal activity of magnesium oxide against Xanthomonas perforans and bacterial spot of tomato
Y. Liao, A. Strayer-Scherer, +7 authors M. Paret
Chemistry, MedicineScientific Reports
1 December 2019
TLDR
It is demonstrated that although both nano MgO and micron MGO had bactericidal activity against Cu-tolerant strains in vitro, only nano M gO was effective in bacterial spot disease management under field conditions.Expand
7 Citations
[PP353] Integrated Management of Bacterial Spot on Tomato in Florida
A. Strayer-Scherer, Y. Liao, +5 authors G. Vallad
Biology
6 November 2019
TLDR
This new 8-page publication of the UF/IFAS Plant Pathology Department presents updated information about the causal pathogen and management of bacterial spot on tomato in Florida. Expand
9 Citations
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Assessing changes and associations in the Xanthomonas perforans population across Florida commercial tomato fields via a state-wide survey.
Jeannie Klein-Gordon, Y. Xing, +9 authors G. Vallad
Biology, Medicine
Phytopathology

13 October 2020
TLDR
Non-metric multidimensional scaling and network analyses show how strains and strain traits were associated with production system variables, including anonymized farms and transplant facilities, show that the composition of the Florida Xp population is diverse and complex. Expand
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