Works (51)

Updated: April 6th, 2024 05:01

2023 journal article

An in-depth evaluation of powdery mildew hosts reveals one of the world’s most common and widespread groups of fungal plant pathogens

Plant Disease, 9.

By: M. Bradshaw n, D. Boufford*, U. Braun*, S. Moparthi n, K. Jellings*, A. Maust*, B. Pandey*, S. Slack*, D. Pfister*

author keywords: Erysiphaceae; geographical distribution; host range; plant pathogens; powdery mildews
TL;DR: An extensive evaluation of powdery mildew hosts is conducted to provide an updated understanding of the host ranges and distributions of these fungi, building upon the previous work of Amano in 1986. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 10, 2024

2023 journal article

Avirulent Isolates of Penicillium chrysogenum to Control the Blue Mold of Apple Caused by P. expansum

Microorganisms, 11(11), 2792.

TL;DR: Overall, the translative potential of P. chrysogenum to serve as an effective biocontrol agent against blue mold decay in apples is demonstrated, pending practical optimization and formulation. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 8, 2024

2023 journal article

Extensive intragenomic variation in the internal transcribed spacer region of fungi

ISCIENCE, 26(8).

By: M. Bradshaw*, M. Aime*, A. Rokas*, A. Maust*, S. Moparthi n, K. Jellings*, A. Pane*, D. Hendricks* ...

TL;DR: It is shown how copies of the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) rDNA region could result in the erroneous description of hundreds of fungal species and skew studies evaluating environmental DNA (eDNA) especially when making diversity estimates. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (Web of Science)
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Added: August 21, 2023

2023 journal article

Genetic time traveling: sequencing old herbarium specimens, including the oldest herbarium specimen sequenced from kingdom Fungi, reveals the population structure of an agriculturally significant rust

New Phytologist, 237(4), 1463–1473.

By: M. Bradshaw*, J. Carey*, M. Liu*, H. Bartholomew*, W. Jurick*, S. Hambleton*, D. Hendricks*, M. Schnittler*, M. Scholler*

TL;DR: Old herbarium specimens is an important tool that can be extrapolated to better understand plant-microbe evolution and to evaluate old type specimens to solidify the taxonomy of plant pathogenic fungi. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2023 journal article

Golovinomyces inulae U. Braun & H.D. Shin is the causative agent of powdery mildew on Telekia speciosa L. in Germany

Golovinomyces inulae U. Braun & H.D. Shin is the causative agent of powdery mildew on Telekia speciosa L. in Germany. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, 130(5), 1129–1134.

By: M. Götz*, J. Kruse, M. Bradshaw*, U. Richter & U. Braun*

TL;DR: G. inulae, described from Korea, has been sequenced, which confirmed G. inulae as causative agent of the Telekia powdery mildew and the current distribution of G. inulae in Germany is briefly discussed including a first report of this pathogen from Austria. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 10, 2024

2023 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of the genera of Erysiphaceae, part 3: <i>Cystotheca

Mycologia, 115(3), 427–436.

By: M. Bradshaw*, U. Braun*, L. Quijada*, A. Coombes*, C. Contreras-Paredes* & D. Pfister*

TL;DR: An overview of Cystotheca species is given, including references to ex-type sequences or, if unavailable, proposals for representative reference sequences for phylogenetic-taxonomic purposes, and the new species C. mexicana is described, based on Mexican collections on Quercus glaucoides × Quercuses microphylla and QuercUS liebmannii × Q. microphyella. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2023 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of the genera of Erysiphaceae, part 4: <i>Erysiphe (the “Uncinula lineage”)

Mycologia, 115(6), 871–903.

By: M. Bradshaw*, U. Braun* & D. Pfister*

TL;DR: The results of the analyses favor maintaining Brasiliomyces, Bulbomicroidium, and Salmonomyces as separate genera, at least for the interim, until further phylogenetic multilocus data are available for additional basal taxa within the Erysipheae. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2023 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of the genera of Erysiphaceae, part 5: <i>Erysiphe (the “ <i>Microsphaera lineage” part 1)

Mycologia, 11, 1–42.

By: M. Bradshaw n, U. Braun*, L. Quijada* & D. Pfister*

author keywords: Evolution; Helotiales; ITS+28S rDNA; multilocus analysis; powdery mildews; 5 new taxa
TL;DR: This research presents a phylogenetic-taxonomic assessment of species that form the group previously referred to as the "Microsphaera lineage", which encompasses sequences obtained from an assemblage of Erysiphe species with insufficient resolution in rDNA analyses. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: December 18, 2023

2023 journal article

The <i>Erysiphe alphitoides complex (powdery mildews) – unravelling the phylogeny and taxonomy of an intricate assemblage of species

New Zealand Journal of Botany, 11, 1–17.

By: M. Bradshaw n, U. Braun*, S. Takamatsu*, M. Németh*, D. Seress* & D. Pfister*

author keywords: Erysiphe; Quercus spp; oaks; Erysiphaceae; species complex
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Added: December 4, 2023

2022 journal article

(2863) Proposal to conserve the name <i>Golovinomyces</i> against <i>Euoidium</i> (<i>Ascomycota</i>: <i>Erysiphaceae</i>)

TAXON, 71(2), 459–459.

By: U. Braun*, M. Bradshaw* & D. Pfister*

UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2022 journal article

(2864) Proposal to conserve the name <i>Microsphaera alphitoides</i> (<i>Erysiphe alphitoides</i>) (<i>Ascomycota</i>: <i>Erysiphaceae</i>) with a conserved type

TAXON, 71(2), 460–460.

By: U. Braun*, M. Bradshaw* & D. Pfister*

UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2022 journal article

Comparative Penicillium spp. Transcriptomics: Conserved Pathways and Processes Revealed in Ungerminated Conidia and during Postharvest Apple Fruit Decay

Microorganisms, 10(12), 2414.

By: H. Bartholomew*, F. Lichtner*, M. Bradshaw*, V. Gaskins*, J. Fonseca*, J. Bennett*, W. Jurick*

TL;DR: This is the first study to identify pre-loaded transcripts in conidia from blue mold fungi, reveal unique genes between species expressed during apple decay, and show the expression dynamics of known fungal virulence factors. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 8, 2024

2022 journal article

Discovery of a cryptic species, Erysiphe salicina sp. nov., and reconstruction of the phylogeny of powdery mildews on Populus and Salix spp.

Mycological Progress, 21(6).

By: J. Feng*, S. Liu*, U. Braun*, S. Takamatsu*, M. Bradshaw*, S. Khodaparast*, T. Bulgakov*, G. Guan*, F. Zhao*, S. Tang*

UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2022 journal article

First Report of Blue Mold Caused by <i>Penicillium polonicum</i>on Apple in the United States

Plant Disease, 106(2), 762.

By: M. Bradshaw*, H. Bartholomew, F. Lichtner*, V. Gaskins & W. Jurick

TL;DR: The whole genome of this isolate was sequenced and it was originally identified as Penicillium solitum strain RS1, but subsequent genome-wide species-level investigations showed higher homology to P. polonicum, so taxonomically and phylogenetically reevaluated the fungus in question. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2022 journal article

More Than Just Plants: Botanical Gardens Are an Untapped Source of Fungal Diversity

HortScience, 57(10), 1289–1293.

By: M. Bradshaw*, L. Quijada*, P. Tobin*, U. Braun*, C. Newlander*, T. Potterfield*, É. Alford*, C. Contreras ...

author keywords: botanical gardens; diversity; plant pathogenic fungi; powdery mildew
TL;DR: This research sequenced the entire internal transcribed spacer and large subunit (LSU) rDNA loci and phylogenetically and morphologically analyzed collections revealing 130 species, of which 31 are likely unknown to science, highlighting the importance of botanical gardens as a reservoir of fungal diversity. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
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Added: October 17, 2022

2022 journal article

More than a Virulence Factor: Patulin Is a Non-Host-Specific Toxin that Inhibits Postharvest Phytopathogens and Requires Efflux for <i>Penicillium</i> Tolerance

Phytopathology®, 112(5), 1165–1174.

By: H. Bartholomew*, M. Bradshaw*, O. Macarisin*, V. Gaskins*, J. Fonseca* & W. Jurick*

TL;DR: Using clorgyline, a broad-spectrum efflux pump inhibitor, it is demonstrated that efflux plays a role in Penicillium auto-resistance to patulin during conidial germination, and provides a solid foundation to develop toxin and decay mitigation approaches. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2022 journal article

PATHMAP (Pathogen And Tree fruit Health MAP): A Smartphone App and Interactive Dashboard to Record and Map Tree Fruit Diseases, Disorders, and Insect Pests

PhytoFrontiers™, 2(4), 331–338.

By: W. Jurick, L. Messinger*, A. Wallis*, K. Peter*, S. Villani n, M. Bradshaw*, H. Bartholomew, M. Buser ...

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Added: January 13, 2024

2022 journal article

Penicillium raperi, a species isolated from Colorado cropping soils, is a potential biological control agent that produces multiple metabolites and is antagonistic against postharvest phytopathogens

Mycological Progress, 21(7).

By: F. Lichtner*, W. Jurick, M. Bradshaw*, C. Broeckling*, G. Bauchan* & K. Broders*

TL;DR: It is proposed that Penicillium raperi can be utilized to make small molecules of industrial interest and optimized as a biological control agent for potato and apple postharvest diseases. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 10, 2024

2022 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of <i>Erysiphe berberidis</i> (s. lat.) revisited

Mycoscience, 63(5), 222–234.

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Added: January 13, 2024

2022 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of <i>Erysiphe</i> spp. on <i>Rhododendron</i>, with a special emphasis on North American species

Mycologia, 114(5), 887–899.

By: L. Tymon*, M. Bradshaw*, M. Götz*, U. Braun*, T. Peever* & R. Edmonds*

TL;DR: The objectives of this study were to identify the powdery mildew pathogens infecting evergreen Rhododendron spp. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
14. Life Below Water (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2022 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of the genera of the Erysiphaceae, part 2, Neoerysiphe

Mycologia, 114(6), 994–1007.

By: M. Bradshaw*, U. Braun*, M. Götz* & D. Pfister*

TL;DR: It has been demonstrated that Neoerysiphe cumminsiana is confined to its type host, Roldana hartwegii (= Senecio seemannii), and other North and South American parasites on Asteraceae hosts, previously assigned to this species, pertain to N. macquii. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 21, 2024

2022 dataset

Podosphaera spiraeae (Japanese spiraea powdery mildew)

CABI Compendium.

By: S. Moparthi & M. Bradshaw*

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Added: February 15, 2024

2022 journal article

Powdery mildews on <i>Quercus</i>: A worldwide distribution and rediscovered holotype provide insights into the spread of these ecologically important pathogens

Forest Pathology, 52(3).

By: M. Bradshaw*, U. Braun* & D. Pfister*

UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2022 journal article

Secondary DNA Barcodes (CAM, GAPDH, GS, and RpB2) to Characterize Species Complexes and Strengthen the Powdery Mildew Phylogeny

Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 10.

By: M. Bradshaw*, G. Guan*, L. Nokes*, U. Braun*, S. Liu* & D. Pfister*

TL;DR: Primers are introduced to sequence four additional regions (CAM, GAPDH, GS, and RPB2) that have the potential to improve support values in both broad and fine scale phylogenetic analyses of powdery mildew genera. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 10, 2024

2021 journal article

A global genetic analysis of herbarium specimens reveals the invasion dynamics of an introduced plant pathogen

Fungal Biology, 125(8), 585–595.

By: M. Bradshaw*, U. Braun*, M. Elliott*, J. Kruse, S. Liu*, G. Guan*, P. Tobin*

TL;DR: Old herbarium specimens used to genetically hypothesize the origin, the native host, and the invasion time of a detrimental fungal plant pathogen are used to confirm the pathogen causing the epidemic was Sawadaea bicornis. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2021 journal article

An Analysis of Postharvest Fungal Pathogens Reveals Temporal–Spatial and Host–Pathogen Associations with Fungicide Resistance-Related Mutations

Phytopathology®, 111(11), 1942–1951.

By: M. Bradshaw*, H. Bartholomew*, D. Hendricks*, A. Maust* & W. Jurick*

TL;DR: It is contended that a β-tubulin position 198 mutation has uncharacterized fitness cost(s) on fungi in nature, and can inform end users on the regions and hosts that are most prone to contain resistant pathogens and assist decisions concerning fungicide resistant management strategies. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2021 journal article

Contributions to the knowledge of the phylogeny and taxonomy of the Erysiphaceae (powdery mildews) – part 1

Sydowia, 73, 89–112.

By: M. Bradshaw*, U. Braun, M. Götz, S. Takamatsu, T. Brand, M. Cabrera, P. Dirchwolf, V. Kummer ...

TL;DR: Sequences of the rDNA ITS region retrieved from several collections of Erysiphe spp. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2021 journal article

Delivering the goods: Fungal secretion modulates virulence during host–pathogen interactions

Fungal Biology Reviews, 36, 76–86.

By: M. Bradshaw*, H. Bartholomew, J. Fonseca, V. Gaskins, D. Prusky* & W. Jurick

UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 10, 2024

2021 journal article

Evolution of Disease Severity and Susceptibility in the Asteraceae to the Powdery Mildew <i>Golovinomyces latisporus</i>: Major Phylogenetic Structure Coupled With Highly Variable Disease Severity at Fine Scales

Plant Disease, 105(2), 268–275.

By: M. Bradshaw*, E. Goolsby*, C. Mason* & P. Tobin*

TL;DR: Phylogenetic statistical methods showed that chlorophyll content, biomass, stomatal index, and trichome density were not associated with disease severity, providing evidence that phylogenetic structure, rather than observed plant morpho-physiological traits, is the most reliable predictor of pathogen severity. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2021 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of <i>Podosphaera filipendulae</i> (<i>Erysiphaceae</i>) revisited

Mycoscience, 62(6), 390–394.

By: S. Liu*, D. Jin*, M. Götz*, M. Bradshaw*, M. Liu*, S. Takamatsu*, U. Braun*

TL;DR: The phylogenetic analysis revealed a similar phylogeny to that of the host genera, and provided evidence that the hop powdery mildew and P. filipendulae are biologically and morphologically clearly distinguished, and should be maintained as two separate species. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2021 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of powdery mildew caused by <i>Erysiphe</i> species on <i>Corylus</i> hosts

Mycologia, 113(2), 459–475.

By: M. Bradshaw*, U. Braun*, J. Meeboon* & P. Tobin*

TL;DR: Based on phylogenetic analyses, E. corylacearum is an Asian species confined to various Asian Corylus species, and an unusual infection of C. sieboldiana in Japan by E. syringae has been shown by means of sequence data. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2021 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of powdery mildew caused by <i>Erysiphe</i> species on <i>Lupinus</i> hosts

Mycologia, 114(1), 76–88.

By: M. Bradshaw*, U. Braun*, M. Götz* & W. Jurick ΙΙ*

TL;DR: P phylogenetic and taxonomic analyses on Erysiphe species colonizing hosts of the leguminous genus Lupinus, using sequences from the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) and 28S genomic regions, show that they pertain to E. trifoliorum. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2021 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of the Erysiphe adunca complex (Erysiphaceae, Helotiales) on poplars and willows

Mycological Progress, 20(4), 517–537.

By: H. Darsaraei*, S. Khodaparast*, S. Takamatsu*, M. Abbasi*, B. Asgari*, S. Sajedi*, M. Götz*, S. Liu* ...

TL;DR: The morphological and molecular data obtained clearly indicate that E. adunca is a species complex comprised of at least four species, and the morphology of the asexual and sexual morphs of E. salicis is easily distinguishable. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2021 journal article

Powdery mildew epidemics in the nursery: role of chasmothecia in epidemic initiation and fungicide regimes to limit chasmothecia formation

Mycological Progress, 20(5), 641–646.

By: S. Moparthi* & M. Bradshaw*

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Added: January 13, 2024

2021 journal article

Taxonomy and phylogeny of the <i>Erysiphe lonicerae</i> complex (<i>Helotiales</i>, <i>Erysiphaceae</i>) on <i>Lonicera</i> spp.

Fungal Systematics and Evolution, 7(1), 49–65.

By: M. Bradshaw*, U. Braun, M. Götz & S. Takamatsu

TL;DR: The phylogeny and taxonomy of powdery mildews, belonging to the genus Erysiphe, on Lonicera species throughout the world are examined and discussed, and a survey of all species, including a key to the species concerned, is provided. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2021 journal article

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Mycotoxin Production During Postharvest Decay and Their Influence on Tritrophic Host–Pathogen–Microbe Interactions

Frontiers in Microbiology, 12.

TL;DR: Exploring the composition of the microbial carposphere of host plants is likely to shed light on developing a microbial consortium to maintain quality during storage and abate mycotoxin contamination. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2020 journal article

Effectiveness of herbicides on <i>Lysimachia vulgaris</i>: a 17-year case study

Invasive Plant Science and Management, 13(4), 282–287.

By: M. De Luccia*, B. Peterson*, M. Bradshaw* & P. Tobin*

TL;DR: The results of this study suggest that at the current level of management effort, the spatial extent of L. vulgaris did not retract over the 17-yr study period, and there was a negative relationship between the area treated and the percent change in the invaded area. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2020 journal article

Field inoculations of nitrogen fixing endophytes on turfgrass

Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, 112, 101557.

By: M. Bradshaw* & A. Pane*

TL;DR: This research will be one of the first studies to show that endophytes, inoculated onto a novel host, were unable to survive field conditions in a perennial crop and yield the benefits that were observed in vitro and in greenhouse trials. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
6. Clean Water and Sanitation (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 10, 2024

2020 journal article

Fungicide efficacy trials for the control of powdery mildew (<i>Podosphaera cerasi</i>) on sweet cherry trees (<i>Prunus avium</i>)

Biocontrol Science and Technology, 30(7), 659–670.

By: S. Moparthi* & M. Bradshaw*

TL;DR: Electrolysed oxidised water and fluopyram/trifloxystrobin significantly lowered disease severity and incidence in all of the locations tested, however, biweekly applications of EO water had little effect on the fungus and weekly applications were phytotoxic in the nursery and greenhouse. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2020 journal article

Multi-locus phylogeny and taxonomy of an unresolved, heterogeneous species complex within the genus Golovinomyces (Ascomycota, Erysiphales), including G. ambrosiae, G. circumfusus and G. spadiceus

BMC Microbiology, 20(1).

By: P. Qiu*, S. Liu*, M. Bradshaw*, S. Rooney-Latham*, S. Takamatsu*, T. Bulgakov*, S. Tang*, J. Feng* ...

TL;DR: The present results provide strong evidence that the combination of multi-locus phylogeny and morphological analysis is an effective way to identify species in the genus Golovinomyces. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2020 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of powdery mildew on <i>Viburnum</i> species

Mycologia, 112(3), 616–632.

TL;DR: Morphological and phylogenetic analyses revealed two new species and demonstrated that E. hedwigii and E. pseudoviburni are in two different monophyletic groups that are separate from all other Erysiphe species. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2020 journal article

Sequencing Herbarium Specimens of a Common Detrimental Plant Disease (Powdery Mildew)

Phytopathology®, 110(7), 1248–1254.

By: M. Bradshaw* & P. Tobin*

TL;DR: A review of the taxonomy and phylogeny of the powdery mildews is presented with an emphasis on sequencing the ITS+LSU genomic regions with a new nested primer protocol for sequencing herbarium samples that includes six new Powdery mildew specific primers. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 10, 2024

2019 journal article

Phylogeny and taxonomy of <i>Podosphaera cerasi</i>, sp. nov., and <i>Podosphaera prunicola</i> sensu lato

Mycologia, 111(4), 647–659.

By: S. Moparthi*, G. Grove*, B. Pandey*, M. Bradshaw*, S. Latham*, U. Braun*, J. Meeboon*, M. Romberg*

TL;DR: This work confirms the presence of two distinct Podosphaera species on hosts in Prunus subgen. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2018 journal article

First Report of Powdery Mildew Caused by <i>Erysiphe aquilegiae</i> on Columbine in the United States

Plant Health Progress, 19(1), 69–70.

By: M. Bradshaw*

TL;DR: To the author’s knowledge, this is the first unequivocal report of E. aquilegiae occurring within the United States, which is important for the U.S. floral industry, for which Aquilegia is a major crop. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2018 journal article

First Report of Powdery Mildew Caused by Golovinomyces spadiceus on Helianthus annuus

Plant Disease, 102(6), 1176.

By: S. Moparthi*, M. Bradshaw* & G. Grove*

TL;DR: Helianthus annuus ‘Lemon Queen’ leaves showing signs of powdery mildew were collected from the Pierce County master garden located at WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center in August 2017. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2018 journal article

First Report of Powdery Mildew on <i>Spiraea japonica</i> Caused by <i>Podosphaera spiraeae</i> in the United States

Plant Disease, 102(3), 682.

By: S. Moparthi*, G. Grove* & M. Bradshaw*

TL;DR: Japanese Spiraea japonica plants growing at Washington State University Puyallup Research and Extension Center showed signs of powdery mildew and chasmothecia did not form during the time of observation. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2018 journal article

First Report of Powdery Mildew on <i>Verbascum thapsus</i> Caused by <i>Golovinomyces verbasci</i> in the United States

Plant Disease, 102(6), 1177–1177.

By: S. Moparthi*, M. Bradshaw* & G. Grove*

UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (OpenAlex)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2018 journal article

Taxonomy of the <i>Golovinomyces cynoglossi</i> Complex (<i>Erysiphales, Ascomycota</i>) Disentangled by Phylogenetic Analyses and Reassessments of Morphological Traits

Mycobiology, 46(3), 192–204.

By: U. Braun*, M. Bradshaw*, T. Zhao*, S. Cho* & H. Shin*

TL;DR: Phylogenetic analysis of rDNA ITS sequences retrieved from Asian, European and North American specimens revealed that G. cynoglossi s. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2017 magazine article

Controlling powdery mildew: researchers look at four common compounds used in commercial organic fungicides for the control of powdery mildew

Bradshaw, M. (2017, August). Digger Magazine. http://www.diggermagazine.com/controlling-powdery-mildew/

By: M. Bradshaw

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Added: February 24, 2024

2017 journal article

Powdery mildew of <i>Chrysanthemum</i> × <i>morifolium</i>: phylogeny and taxonomy in the context of <i>Golovinomyces</i> species on <i>Asteraceae</i> hosts

Mycologia, 109(3), 508–519.

By: M. Bradshaw*, U. Braun*, M. Götz*, J. Meeboon* & S. Takamatsu*

TL;DR: The close affinity of Golovinomyces to Artemisia and Chrysanthemum species signifies a coevolutionary event between the powdery mildews concerned and their host species in the subtribe Artemisiinae (Asteraceae tribe Anthemideae). (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: January 13, 2024

2016 journal article

First Report of Powdery Mildew Caused by <i>Euoidium chrysanthemi</i> on <i>Chrysanthemum</i> × <i>morifolium</i> in the United States

Plant Disease, 100(11), 2325.

By: M. Bradshaw*, M. Elliott* & S. Reichard*

Sources: Crossref, NC State University Libraries
Added: January 13, 2024

Employment

Updated: February 15th, 2024 09:04

2023 - present

North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina, US
Assistant Professor Entomology and Plant Pathology

Education

Updated: February 15th, 2024 09:06

2016 - 2020

University of Washington Seattle, US
PhD Environmental and Forest Science

Funding History

Funding history based on the linked ORCID record. Updated: February 15th, 2024 09:04

grant August 1 - December 31, 2023
ARTS: A North American monograph of the powdery mildews (Erysiphaceae)
Directorate for Biological Sciences

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