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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
101 Citations
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Nanotechnology in plant disease management: DNA-directed silver nanoparticles on graphene oxide as an antibacterial against Xanthomonas perforans.
I. Ocsoy, M. Paret, +4 authors W. Tan
Materials Science, MedicineACS nano
17 September 2013
TLDR
Application of Ag@dsDNA@GO at 100 ppm on tomato transplants in a greenhouse experiment significantly reduced the severity of bacterial spot disease compared to untreated plants, giving results similar to those of the current grower standard treatment, with no phytotoxicity. Expand
283 Citations
8
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Evaluation of Grafting Using Hybrid Rootstocks for Management of Bacterial Wilt in Field Tomato Production
Theodore McAvoy, J. Freeman, S. Rideout, S. Olson, M. Paret
Biology
1 May 2012
TLDR
Field studies show that grafting holds promise for decreasing the impact of bacterial wilt on tomato cultivar cultivars as well as increasing the overall productivity of tomato cultivars.Expand
38 Citations
5
Photocatalysis: effect of light-activated nanoscale formulations of TiO(2) on Xanthomonas perforans and control of bacterial spot of tomato.
M. Paret, G. Vallad, D. Averett, Jeffrey B. Jones, S. Olson
Biology, Medicine
Phytopathology

12 February 2013
TLDR
The use of TiO(2)/Zn at ≈500 to 800 ppm significantly reduced disease incidence in three of the four trials compared with untreated and copper control, and was comparable to or better than the grower standard.Expand
102 Citations
4
Effect of Plant Essential Oils on Ralstonia solanacearum Race 4 and Bacterial Wilt of Edible Ginger.
M. Paret, R. Cabos, B. Kratky, A. Alvarez
Biology, Medicine
Plant disease

7 April 2010
TLDR
Bacterial wilt incidence on edible ginger was significantly reduced when planted in essential oil-treated potting medium, and cell deterioration in 95 to 100% of the cells at all concentrations of palmarosa and lemongrass oils, indicating its bactericidal properties.Expand
63 Citations
4
A rapid assay for detection of Rose rosette virus using reverse transcription-recombinase polymerase amplification using multiple gene targets.
B. Babu, B. Washburn, +5 authors M. Paret
Biology, MedicineJournal of virological methods
1 February 2017
TLDR
The isothermal reverse transcription-recombinase polymerase amplification (RT-RPA) assay is reliable, rapid, highly sensitive, and can be easily used in diagnostic laboratories for detection of RRV with no need for any special equipment. Expand
28 Citations
2
Identification and characterization of two novel genomic RNA segments RNA5 and RNA6 in rose rosette virus infecting roses.
B. Babu, B. Washburn, K. Poduch, G. Knox, M. Paret
Medicine, Biology
Acta virologica

1 June 2016
TLDR
Northern blot analysis as well as RT-PCR using specific primers showed the presence of the novel genomic RNA segments in infected plants, but absent in the non-infected plants. Expand
9 Citations
2
Foliar Applications of Acibenzolar-S-Methyl Negatively Affect the Yield of Grafted Tomatoes in Fields Infested with Ralstonia solanacearum.
Sanju Kunwar, M. Paret, +4 authors Jeffrey B. Jones
Biology, Medicine
Plant disease

4 April 2017
TLDR
It is demonstrated for the first time that foliar ASM applications on grafted plants negatively affects the total marketable yield compared with drip ASM applied ongrafted plants or nontreated grafted control. Expand
10 Citations
2
UTILIZATION OF GRAFTED TOMATO SEEDLINGS FOR BACTERIAL WILT RESISTANCE IN OPEN FIELD PRODUCTION
J. Freeman, Theodore McAvoy, S. Rideout, M. Paret, S. Olson
Biology
1 November 2011
TLDR
Preliminary research has illustrated the potential for the use of grafted tomatoes in open field production and ongoing research focus on the utility and implementation of using grafted tomato seedlings. Expand
5 Citations
2
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Low Concentrations of a Silver-Based Nanocomposite to Manage Bacterial Spot of Tomato in the Greenhouse.
A. Strayer, I. Ocsoy, W. Tan, J. B. Jones, M. Paret
Biology, Medicine
Plant disease

10 March 2016
TLDR
In greenhouse studies, tomato plants treated with Ag-dsDNA-GO at either 75 or 100 μg/ml prior to artificial inoculation significantly reduced disease severity when compared with copper-mancozeb and negative controls (P = 0.05). Expand
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