Christopher Clarke
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The Plant Pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato Is Genetically Monomorphic and under Strong Selection to Evade Tomato Immunity
R Cai, J Lewis, S Yan, H Liu, CR Clarke, F Campanile, NF Almeida, ...
PLoS pathogens 7 (8), e1002130, 2011
PAMDB, a multilocus sequence typing and analysis database and website for plant-associated microbes
NF Almeida, S Yan, R Cai, CR Clarke, CE Morris, NW Schaad, ...
Phytopathology 100 (3), 208-215, 2010
Tomato receptor FLAGELLIN-SENSING 3 binds flgII-28 and activates the plant immune system
SR Hind, SR Strickler, PC Boyle, DM Dunham, Z Bao, IM O'Doherty, ...
Nature plants 2 (9), 1-8, 2016
Allelic variation in two distinct Pseudomonas syringae flagellin epitopes modulates the strength of plant immune responses but not bacterial motility
CR Clarke, D Chinchilla, SR Hind, F Taguchi, R Miki, Y Ichinose, ...
New Phytologist 200 (3), 847-860, 2013
Comparative transcriptome analyses reveal core parasitism genes and suggest gene duplication and repurposing as sources of structural novelty
Z Yang, EK Wafula, LA Honaas, H Zhang, M Das, M Fernandez-Aparicio, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 32 (3), 767-790, 2015
Multilocus sequence typing of Pseudomonas syringae sensu lato confirms previously described genomospecies and permits rapid identification of P. syringae pv. coriandricola and …
CT Bull, CR Clarke, R Cai, BA Vinatzer, TM Jardini, ST Koike
Phytopathology 101 (7), 847-858, 2011
Pseudomonas syringae Strains Naturally Lacking the Classical P. syringae hrp/hrc Locus Are Common Leaf Colonizers Equipped with an Atypical Type III …
CR Clarke, R Cai, DJ Studholme, DS Guttman, BA Vinatzer
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 23 (2), 198-210, 2010
Horizontal gene transfer is more frequent with increased heterotrophy and contributes to parasite adaptation
Z Yang, Y Zhang, EK Wafula, LA Honaas, PE Ralph, S Jones, CR Clarke, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (45), E7010-E7019, 2016
Harnessing population genomics to understand how bacterial pathogens emerge, adapt to crop hosts, and disseminate
BA Vinatzer, CL Monteil, CR Clarke
Annual review of phytopathology 52, 19-43, 2014
Molecular dialog between parasitic plants and their hosts
CR Clarke, MP Timko, JI Yoder, MJ Axtell, JH Westwood
Annual review of Phytopathology 57, 279-299, 2019
Genome-Enabled Phylogeographic Investigation of the Quarantine Pathogen Ralstonia solanacearum Race 3 Biovar 2 and Screening for Sources of Resistance …
CR Clarke, DJ Studholme, B Hayes, B Runde, A Weisberg, R Cai, ...
Phytopathology 105 (5), 597-607, 2015
Pseudomonas syringae naturally lacking the canonical type III secretion system are ubiquitous in nonagricultural habitats, are phylogenetically diverse and can be pathogenic
MD Diallo, CL Monteil, BA Vinatzer, CR Clarke, C Glaux, C Guilbaud, ...
The ISME Journal, 2012
HopAS1 recognition significantly contributes to Arabidopsis nonhost resistance to Pseudomonas syringae pathogens
KH Sohn, SB Saucet, CR Clarke, BA Vinatzer, HE O’Brien, DS Guttman, ...
New Phytologist, 2012
Herbicide injury induces DNA methylome alterations in Arabidopsis
G Kim, CR Clarke, H Larose, HT Tran, DC Haak, L Zhang, S Askew, ...
PeerJ 5, e3560, 2017
The evolution, ecology, and mechanisms of infection by gram-positive, plant-associated bacteria
SP Thapa, EW Davis, Q Lyu, AJ Weisberg, DM Stevens, CR Clarke, ...
Annual Review of Phytopathology 57, 341-365, 2019
Contributions of the effector gene hopQ1‐1 to differences in host range between Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola and P. syringae pv. tabaci
P Ferrante, CR Clarke, KA Cavanaugh, RW Michelmore, R Buonaurio, ...
Molecular plant pathology 10 (6), 837-842, 2009
Cultivar resistance to common scab disease of potato is dependent on the pathogen species
CR Clarke, CG Kramer, RR Kotha, LA Wanner, DL Luthria, M Kramer
Phytopathology 109 (9), 1544-1554, 2019
Comparative genomics of Pseudomonas syringae pathovar tomato reveals novel chemotaxis pathways associated with motility and plant pathogenicity
CR Clarke, BW Hayes, BJ Runde, E Markel, BM Swingle, BA Vinatzer
PeerJ 4, e2570, 2016
Tomato receptor FLAGELLIN-SENSING 3 binds flgII-28 and activates the plant immune system. Nat Plants 2: 16128
SR Hind, SR Strickler, PC Boyle, DM Dunham, Z Bao, IM O’Doherty, ...
Experimental evidence pointing to rain as a reservoir of tomato phyllosphere microbiota
ME Mechan Llontop, L Tian, P Sharma, L Heflin, V Bernal-Galeano, ...
Phytobiomes Journal 5 (4), 382-399, 2021
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