Jennifer L. Parke
Jennifer L. Parke
Professor (Senior Research), Oregon State University
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Live plant imports: the major pathway for forest insect and pathogen invasions of the US
AM Liebhold, EG Brockerhoff, LJ Garrett, JL Parke, KO Britton
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (3), 135-143, 2012
Diversity of the Burkholderia cepacia complex and implications for risk assessment of biological control strains
JL Parke, D Gurian-Sherman
Annual review of phytopathology 39 (1), 225-258, 2001
Variation among maize inbred lines and detection of quantitative trait loci for growth at low phosphorus and responsiveness to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
SM Kaeppler, JL Parke, SM Mueller, L Senior, C Stuber, WF Tracy
Crop science 40 (2), 358-364, 2000
Evaluation of crucifer green manures for controlling Aphanomyces root rot of peas.
AM Muehlchen, RE Rand, JL Parke
Biological control of Pythium damping-off and Aphanomyces root rot of peas by application of Pseudomonas cepacia or P. fluorescens to seed.
JL Parke, RE Rand, AE Joy, EB King
Plant Disease 75 (10), 987-992, 1991
Susceptibility of Oregon Forest Trees and Shrubs to Phytophthora ramorum: A Comparison of Artificial Inoculation and Natural Infection
EM Hansen, JL Parke, W Sutton
Plant disease 89 (1), 63-70, 2005
Effects of an introduced bacterium on bacterial communities on roots
GS Gilbert, JL Parke, MK Clayton, J Handelsman
Ecology 74 (3), 840-854, 1993
Root colonization by indigenous and introduced microorganisms
JL Parke
The Rhizosphere and Plant Growth: Papers presented at a Symposium held May 8 …, 1991
Phytophthora-ID. org: a sequence-based Phytophthora identification tool
NJ Grünwald, FN Martin, MM Larsen, CM Sullivan, CM Press, MD Coffey, ...
Plant Disease 95 (3), 337-342, 2011
Strategies of attack and defence in woody plant–Phytophthora interactions
W Oßwald, F Fleischmann, D Rigling, AC Coelho, A Cravador, J Diez, ...
Forest Pathology 44 (3), 169-190, 2014
Biocontrol of Aphanomyces root rot and Pythium damping-off by Pseudomonas cepacia AMMD on four pea cultivars.
EB King, JL Parke
Plant Disease 77 (12), 1185-1188, 1993
Soil water flow affects the rhizosphere distribution of a seed-borne biological control agent, Pseudomonas fluorescens
JL Parke, R Moen, AD Rovira, GD Bowen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 18 (6), 583-588, 1986
Population dynamics of Pseudomonas cepacia in the pea spermosphere in relation to biocontrol of Pythium.
JL Parke
Phytopathology 80 (12), 1307-1311, 1990
Standardizing the Nomenclature for Clonal Lineages of the Sudden Oak Death Pathogen, Phytophthora ramorum
NJ Grünwald, EM Goss, K Ivors, M Garbelotto, FN Martin, S Prospero, ...
Phytopathology 99 (7), 792-795, 2009
Phytophthora community structure analyses in Oregon nurseries inform systems approaches to disease management
JL Parke, BJ Knaus, VJ Fieland, C Lewis, NJ Grünwald
Phytopathology 104 (10), 1052-1062, 2014
A systems approach for management of pests and pathogens of nursery crops
JL Parke, NJ Grünwald
Plant Disease 96 (9), 1236-1244, 2012
Culture-Based and Non-Growth-Dependent Detection of the Burkholderia cepacia Complex in Soil Environments
SCM Miller, JJ LiPuma, JL Parke
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68 (8), 3750-3758, 2002
Zoospore Homing and Infection Events: Effects of the Biocontrol Bacterium Burkholderia cepacia AMMDR1 on Two Oomycete Pathogens of Pea (Pisum sativum L.)
K Heungens, JL Parke
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66 (12), 5192-5200, 2000
Biological seed treatment to improve emergence, vigor, uniformity and yield of sweet corn
JL Parke, AD Clark, KM Regner
US Patent 6,077,505, 2000
Inoculum potential of ectomycorrhizal fungi in forest soils of southwest Oregon and northern California
JL Parke, RG Linderman, JM Trappe
Forest Science 30 (2), 300-304, 1984
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