Graham R.D. McGrann

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Publications of Graham R.D. McGrann (19 listed):

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2020) 156, 123-132
Graham R.D. McGrann, Steven Miller and Neil D. Havis (2020)
The ENHANCED MAGNAPORTHE RESISTANCE 1 locus affects Ramularia leaf spot development in barley

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2018) 31, 962-975
F. Dussart, R. Douglas, E. Sjökvist, P.N. Hoebe, S.H. Spoel and G.R.D. McGrann (2018)
Genome-based discovery of polyketide-derived secondary metabolism pathways in the barley pathogen Ramularia collo-cygni

Plant Pathology (2017) 66, 45-55
M. Kaczmarek, M.J. Piotrowska, J.M. Fountaine, K. Gorniak, G.R.D. McGrann, A. Armstrong, K.M. Wright, A.C. Newton and N.D. Havis (2017)
Infection strategy of Ramularia collo-cygni and development of ramularia leaf spot on barley and alternative graminaceous hosts

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2017) 148, 447-461
Graham R.D. McGrann, Tracy Yoxall, Linda J. Paterson, Jeanette M.G. Taylor, Ioannis G. Birmpilis, Dale R. Walters and Neil D. Havis (2017)
Control of light leaf spot and clubroot in brassica crops using defence elicitors

Molecular Plant Pathology (2017) 18, 323-335
Damien J. Lightfoot, Graham R.D. McGrann and Amanda J. Able (2017)
The role of a cytosolic superoxide dismutase in barley–pathogen interactions

Phytopathology (2015) 105, 895-904
Neil D. Havis, James K.M. Brown, Gladys Clemente, Peter Frei, Malgorzata Jedryczka, Joanna Kaczmarek, Maciej Kaczmarek, Pavel Matusinsky, Graham R.D. McGrann, Sylvia Pereyra, Marta Piotrowska, Hind Sghyer, Aurelien Tellier and Michael Hess (2015)
Ramularia collo-cygni - An emerging pathogen of barley crops

Molecular Plant Pathology (2015) 16, 201-209
Graham R.D. McGrann, Andrew Steed, Christopher Burt, Rachel Goddard, Clea Lachaux, Anuradha Bansal, Margaret Corbitt, Kalina Gorniak, Paul Nicholson and James K.M. Brown (2015)
Contribution of the drought tolerance-related Stress-responsive NAC1 transcription factor to resistance of barley to Ramularia leaf spot

BMC Plant Biology (2014) 14 (10) - A change in temperature ...
Ruth R. M. Bryant, Graham R. D. McGrann, Alice R. Mitchell, Henk-Jan Schoonbeek, Lesley A. Boyd, Cristobal Uauy, Steve Dorling and Christopher J. Ridout (2014)
A change in temperature modulates defence to yellow (stripe) rust in wheat line UC1041 independently of resistance gene Yr36

Plant Pathology (2014) 63, 554-562
A. Peraldi, L.L. Griffe, C. Burt, G.R.D. McGrann and P. Nicholson (2014)
Brachypodium distachyon exhibits compatible interactions with Oculimacula spp. and Ramularia collo-cygni, providing the first pathosystem model to study eyespot and ramularia leaf spot diseases

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2012) 25, 658-667
E.H. Colebrook, G. Creissen, G.R.D. McGrann, R. Dreos, C. Lamb and L.A. Boyd (2012)
Broad-spectrum acquired resistance in barley induced by the Pseudomonas pathosystem shares transcriptional components with Arabidopsis systemic acquired resistance

Molecular Plant Pathology (2012) 13, 653-665
Hale A. Tufan, Graham R.D. McGrann, Ruth Maccormack and Lesley A. Boyd (2012)
TaWIR1 contributes to post-penetration resistance to Magnaporthe oryzae, but not Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici, in wheat

Molecular Plant Pathology (2010) 11, 625-640
Tolga O. Bozkurt, Graham R.D. McGrann, Ruth MacCormack, Lesley A. Boyd and Mahinur S. Akkaya (2010)
Cellular and transcriptional responses of wheat during compatible and incompatible race-specific interactions with Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici

New Phytologist (2009) 184, 473-484
Hale A. Tufan, Graham R.D. McGrann, Andreas Magusin, Jean-Benoit Morel, Lucie Miché and Lesley A. Boyd (2009)
Wheat blast: histopathology and transcriptome reprogramming in response to adapted and nonadapted Magnaporthe isolates

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2009) 123, 5-15
Graham R.D. McGrann, Belinda J. Townsend, John F. Antoniw, Michael J.C. Asher and Effie S. Mutasa-Göttgens (2009)
Barley elicits a similar early basal defence response during host and non-host interactions with Polymyxa root parasites

Journal of Phytopathology (2009) 157, 262-264
Graham R.D. McGrann and Effie S. Mutasa-Göttgens (2009)
Barley root morphology affects the zoospore production rate by the obligate root parasite and soil-borne virus vector Polymyxa graminis

Molecular Plant Pathology (2009) 10, 129-141
Graham R.D. McGrann, Michael K. Grimmer, Effie S. Mutasa-Göttgens and Mark Stevens (2009)
Progress towards the understanding and control of sugar beet rhizomania disease

Journal of General Plant Pathology (2007) 73, 260-265
Graham R.D. McGrann, Lydia D. Martin, Crawford S. Kingsnorth, Michael J.C. Asher, Michael J. Adams and Effie S. Mutasa-Göttgens (2007)
Screening for genetic elements involved in the nonhost response of sugar beet to the plasmodiophorid cereal root parasite Polymyxa graminis by representational difference analysis

Plant Pathology (2004) 53, 161-169
G.R.D. McGrann and M.J. Adams (2004)
Investigating resistance to Barley mild mosaic virus

Archives of Virology (2004) 149, 1469-1480
K. Kanyuka, G. McGrann, K. Alhudaib, D. Hariri and M.J. Adams (2004)
Biological and sequence analysis of a novel European isolate of Barley mild mosaic virus that overcomes the barley rym5 resistance gene