M. Brian Traw

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Publications of M. Brian Traw (8 listed):

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2017) 149, 779-786
Muhammad Saleem, Hao Ji, Amalina Amirullah and Milton Brian Traw (2017)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 growth in multiple gene knockouts predicts interactions among hormonal, biotic and abiotic stress responses

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2015) 41, 350-359
Andrew Lariviere, Lisa B. Limeri, George A. Meindl and M. Brian Traw (2015)
Herbivory and relative growth rates of Pieris rapae are correlated with host constitutive salicylic acid and flowering time

Biological Invasions (2011) 13, 3015-3025
Aaron Cantor, Alison Hale, Justin Aaron, M. Brian Traw and Susan Kalisz (2011)
Low allelochemical concentrations detected in garlic mustard-invaded forest soils inhibit fungal growth and AMF spore germination

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2010) 23, 340-351
Madhumati Mukherjee, Katherine E. Larrimore, Naushin J. Ahmed, Tyler S. Bedick, Nadia T. Barghouthi, M. Brian Traw and Carina Barth (2010)
Ascorbic acid deficiency in Arabidopsis induces constitutive priming that is dependent on hydrogen peroxide, salicylic acid, and the NPR1 gene

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2007) 20, 1512-1522
Joel M. Kniskern, M. Brian Traw and Joy Bergelson (2007)
Salicylic acid and jasmonic acid signaling defense pathways reduce natural bacterial diversity on Arabidopsis thaliana

Environmental Entomology (2002) 31, 714-722
M. Brian Traw and Todd E. Dawson (2002)
Reduced performance of two specialist herbivores (Lepidoptera: Pieridae, Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) on new leaves of damaged black mustard plants

Oecologia (2002) 131, 526-532
M. Brian Traw and Todd E. Dawson (2002)
Differential induction of trichomes by three herbivores of black mustard

Oecologia (1996) 108, 113-120
M.B. Traw, R.L. Lindroth and F.A. Bazzaz (1996)
Decline in gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) performance in an elevated CO2 atmosphere depends upon host plant species