Jeffrey B. Jones
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Reclassification of the xanthomonads associated with bacterial spot disease of tomato and pepper.
Jeffrey B. Jones, G. Lacy, H. Bouzar, R. E. Stall, N. Schaad
Biology, Medicine
Systematic and applied microbiology
15 December 2004
TLDR
Four phenotypic xanthomonad groups have been identified that are pathogenic to pepper, tomato, or both hosts and it is proposed that 'X. Expand
313 Citations
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Pathogenomics of Xanthomonas: understanding bacterium–plant interactions
R. Ryan, F. Vorhölter, +4 authors J. Dow
Biology, MedicineNature Reviews Microbiology
1 May 2011
TLDR
In this Review, the insights that functional and comparative genomic studies are providing into the adaptation of this group of bacteria to exploit the extraordinary diversity of plant hosts and different host tissues are discussed.Expand
321 Citations
26
The type III effectors of Xanthomonas.
F. White, N. Potnis, Jeffrey B. Jones, R. Koebnik
Biology, Medicine
Molecular plant pathology

1 November 2009
TLDR
It is proposed that the effectors and suspected effectors should be distributed into 39 so-called Xop groups reflecting sequence similarity, which are related to T3 effectors of plant and animal pathogenic bacteria. Expand
239 Citations
21
Durability of resistance in tomato and pepper to xanthomonads causing bacterial spot.
R. E. Stall, Jeffrey B. Jones, G. Minsavage
Biology, Medicine
Annual review of phytopathology
3 August 2009
TLDR
Two recessive genes have been identified that yield a nonhypersensitive form of resistance in pepper and together can provide strong resistance.Expand
107 Citations
18
Lateral organ boundaries 1 is a disease susceptibility gene for citrus bacterial canker disease
Yang-Bo Hu, Junli Zhang, +7 authors Jeffrey B. Jones
Biology, Medicine
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
13 January 2014
TLDR
The results indicate that CBC-inciting species of Xanthomonas exploit a single host disease susceptibility gene by altering the expression of an otherwise developmentally regulated gene using any one of a diverse set of TAL effector genes in the pathogen populations. Expand
157 Citations
15
Ralstonia solanacearum Race 3 Biovar 2 Causes Tropical Losses and Temperate Anxieties
P. Champoiseau, Jeffrey B. Jones, C. Allen
Biology
2009
TLDR
This practical review emphasizes prevention, detection, diagnosis, and effective management of diseases caused by R. solanacearum Race 3 biovar 2, which causes potato brown rot and Southern wilt of geranium. Expand
91 Citations
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Functional analysis of a tomato salicylic acid methyl transferase and its role in synthesis of the flavor volatile methyl salicylate.
D. Tieman, M. Zeigler, +4 authors H. Klee
Biology, Medicine
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular…
1 April 2010
TLDR
Results indicate that SlSAMT is critical for methyl salicylate synthesis and methyl salingylate, in turn, likely has an important role in controlling SA synthesis. Expand
91 Citations
10
RNA-seq pinpoints a Xanthomonas TAL-effector activated resistance gene in a large-crop genome
Tina Strauss, R. V. Van Poecke, +14 authors T. Lahaye
Biology, Medicine
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
6 November 2012
TLDR
It is demonstrated that TALE-specific R genes can be cloned from large-genome crops with a highly efficient RNA-seq approach and are as tightly regulated as pepper Bs4C.Expand
85 Citations
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A 13-lipoxygenase, TomloxC, is essential for synthesis of C5 flavour volatiles in tomato
Ji-yuan Shen, D. Tieman, +6 authors H. Klee
Biology, MedicineJournal of experimental botany
22 January 2014
TLDR
This work shows that C5 volatile compounds synthesis is catalysed in part by a 13-lipoxygenase (LOX), TomloxC, the same enzyme responsible for synthesis of C6 volatiles, which is independent of hydroperoxide lyase (HPL); moreover, HPL knockdown significantly increased C 5 volatile synthesis. Expand
98 Citations
9
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Bacterial spot of tomato and pepper: diverse Xanthomonas species with a wide variety of virulence factors posing a worldwide challenge.
N. Potnis, S. Timilsina, +5 authors Jeffrey B. Jones
Biology, Medicine
Molecular plant pathology

1 December 2015
TLDR
The current taxonomic status, distribution of the four species, knowledge of virulence factors, detection methods and strategies for disease control are discussed, with possible directions for future research.Expand
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