Lisa M. Keith

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Publications of Lisa M. Keith (28 listed):

Plant Disease (2020) 104, p. 1875 (Sugiyama et al.)
L.S. Sugiyama, W.P. Heller, E. Brill and L.M. Keith (2020)
First report of Phytophthora heveae causing quick decline of macadamia in Hawaii

Forest Pathology (2019) 49 (5 - e12546)
Wade P. Heller, Marc A. Hughes, Blaine C. Luiz, Eva Brill, James B. Friday, Adam M. Williams and Lisa M. Keith (2019)
First report of Ceratocystis huliohia causing mortality of Metrosideros polymorpha trees on the Island of Kaua'i, Hawai'i USA

Plant Disease (2019) 103, p. 2961 (Brill et al.)
Eva Brill, Marc A. Hughes, Wade P. Heller and Lisa M. Keith (2019)
First report of Ceratocystis lukuohia on Metrosideros polymorpha on the Island of Kaua'i, Hawai'i

Forest Pathology (2019) 49 (1 - e12472)
Kylle Roy, Curtis P. Ewing, Marc A. Hughes, Lisa Keith and Gordon M. Bennett (2019)
Presence and viability of Ceratocystis lukuohia in ambrosia beetle frass from Rapid 'Ohi'a Death-affected Metrosideros polymorpha trees on Hawai'i Island

Phytopathology (2018) 108, 1395-1401
Wade P. Heller and Lisa M. Keith (2018)
Real-time PCR assays to detect and distinguish the rapid 'Ohi'a death pathogens Ceratocystis lukuohia and C. huliohia

Plant Disease (2018) 102, p. 2660 (Hughes et al.)
M.A. Hughes, W.P. Heller, J.B. Friday, W. Weaver and L.M. Keith (2018)
First report of Neofusicoccum parvum causing stem necrosis of 'Ohi'a trees (Metrosideros polymorpha) on O'ahu, Hawai'i, U.S.A.

Persoonia (2018) 40, 154-181
I. Barnes, A. Fourie, M.J. Wingfield, T.C. Harrington, D.L. McNew, L.S. Sugiyama, B.C. Luiz, W.P. Heller and L.M. Keith (2018)
New Ceratocystis species associated with rapid death of Metrosideros polymorpha in Hawai`i

Plant Disease (2018) 102, p. 2637 (Luiz et al.)
B.C. Luiz, W.P. Heller, E. Brill, B.C. Bushe and L.M. Keith (2018)
First report of bacterial leaf spot caused by Pseudomonas cichorii on Thai basil in Hawaii

Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society (2018) 50, 9-16
Rosemary Gutierrez-Coarite, Wade P. Heller, Mark G Wright, Javier Mollinedo, Lisa Keith, Lionel Sugiyama and Stacey Chun (2018)
Entomopathogenic fungi as mortality factors of macadamia felted coccid, Eriococcus ironsidei (Hemiptera: Eriococcidae) in Hawaii

Plant Disease (2018) 102, p. 1025 (Sugiyama et al.)
L.S. Sugiyama, B.C. Bushe, W.P. Heller and L.M. Keith (2018)
First report of Pseudomonas cichorii causing bacterial leaf blight of Plumeria pudica in Hawaii

Plant Disease (2017) 101, p. 1030 (Sugiyama et al.)
L.S. Sugiyama, B.C. Bushe, W.P. Heller and L.M. Keith (2017)
First report of Paraburkholderia andropogonis causing bacterial leaf streak of Strelitzia reginae in Hawaii detected from imported plants

Nematropica (2017) 47, 99-105
R.Y. Myers, C.L. Mello and L.M. Keith (2017)
Evaluation of edible ginger and turmeric cultivars for root-knot nematode resistance

Plant Disease (2015) 99, p. 1276 (Keith et al.)
L.M. Keith, R.F. Hughes, L.S. Sugiyama, W.P. Heller, B.C. Bushe and J.B. Friday (2015)
First report of Ceratocystis wilt on `Ohi`a (Metrosideros polymorpha)

Plant Disease (2013) 97, p. 990A (Keith et al.)
L.M. Keith, T.K. Matsumoto and G.T. McQuate (2013)
First report of Dolabra nepheliae associated with corky bark disease of langsat in Hawaii

Plant Disease (2013) 97, p. 990 (Keith et al.)
L.M. Keith, T.K. Matsumoto and F.T.P. Zee (2013)
First report of Calonectria leaf spot on Ohelo in Hawaii

Plant Disease (2013) 97, p. 146 (Keith et al.)
L.M. Keith and T.K. Matsumoto (2013)
First report of Pestalotiopsis leaf blotch on mangosteen in Hawaii

HortScience (2011) 46, 730-735
Lisa Keith, Tracie Matsumoto, Kate Nishijima, Marisa Wall and Mike Nagao (2011)
Field survey and fungicide screening of fungal pathogens of rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum) fruit rot in Hawaii

Mycoscience (2010) 51, 300-309
Amy Y. Rossman, Conrad L. Schoch, David F. Farr, Kate Nishijima, Lisa Keith and Ricardo Goenaga (2010)
Dolabra nepheliae on rambutan and lychee represents a novel lineage of phytopathogenic Eurotiomycetes

Plant Disease (2010) 94, p. 128 (Keith et al.)
L. Keith, L. Sugiyama and M. Nagao (2010)
Macadamia quick decline caused by Phytophthora tropicalis is associated with sap bleeding, frass, and Nectria in Hawaii

Plant Disease (2008) 92, 1407-1414
José G. Espinoza, Erika X. Briceño, Lisa M. Keith and Bernardo A. Latorre (2008)
Canker and twig dieback of blueberry caused by Pestalotiopsis spp. and a Truncatella sp. in Chile

Plant Disease (2008) 92, p. 835 (Keith)
L.M. Keith (2008)
First report of Pestalotiopsis virgatula causing Pestalotiopsis fruit rot on rambutan in Hawaii

Plant Disease (2008) 92, p. 487 (Keith et al.)
R.C. Keith, K.A. Nishijima, L.M. Keith, M.M. Fitch, Aiea W.T. Nishijima and M.M. Wall (2008)
Atypical internal yellowing of papaya fruit in Hawaii caused by Enterobacter sakazakii

Plant Disease (2008) 92, p. 1590 (Keith et al.)
L. Keith, L. Sugiyama, A. Strauss, R. Kai, F. Zee, R. Hamasaki, M. Yamasaki and S. Nakamoto (2008)
First report of leaf rust of blueberry caused by Pucciniastrum vaccinii in Hawaii

Plant Disease (2007) 91, p. 1685 (Rossman et al.)
A.Y. Rossman, R. Goenaga and L. Keith (2007)
First report of Dolabra nepheliae on rambutan and litchi in Hawaii and Puerto Rico

Plant Disease (2006) 90, 16-23
Lisa M. Keith, Maile E. Velasquez and Francis T. Zee (2006)
Identification and characterization of Pestalotiopsis spp. causing scab disease of guava, Psidium guajava, in Hawaii

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 1273-1278
Lisa M. Keith, Kelvin T. Sewake and Francis T. Zee (2005)
Isolation and characterization of Burkholderia gladioli from orchids in Hawaii

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 1318-1327
K.A. Nishijima, A.M. Alvarez, P.R. Hepperly, M.H. Shintaku, L.M. Keith, D.M. Sato, B.C. Bushe, J.W. Armstrong and F.T. Zee (2004)
Association of Enterobacter cloacae with rhizome rot of edible ginger in Hawaii

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (1999) 12, 563-574
Lisa M.W. Keith, James E. Partridge and Carol L. Bender (1999)
dnaK and the heat stress response of Pseudomonas syringae pv. glycinea