Minna Haapalainen

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Publications of Minna Haapalainen (14 listed):

Annals of Applied Biology (2021) 178, 39-50
Anne I. Nissinen, Minna Haapalainen, Hannu Ojanen, Minna Pirhonen and Lauri Jauhiainen (2021)
Spreading of Trioza apicalis and development of "Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum" infection on carrot in the field conditions

Journal of Plant Pathology (2021) 103, 299-304
Juho Hautsalo, Satu Latvala, Outi Manninen, Minna Haapalainen, Asko Hannukkala and Marja Jalli (2021)
Two oat genotypes with different field resistance to Fusarium head blight respond similarly to the infection at spikelet level

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2020) 156, 413-423
Minna Haapalainen, Satu Latvala, Annika Wickström, Jinhui Wang, Minna Pirhonen and Anne I. Nissinen (2020)
A novel haplotype of ' Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum' found in Apiaceae and Polygonaceae family plants

Phytopathology (2018) 108, 925-934
M. Haapalainen, J. Wang, S. Latvala, M.T. Lehtonen, M. Pirhonen and A.I. Nissinen (2018)
Genetic variation of ' Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum' haplotype C and identification of a novel haplotype from Trioza urticae and stinging nettle

Plant Pathology (2017) 66, 559-570
M. Haapalainen, P. Kivimäki, S. Latvala, M. Rastas, A. Hannukkala, L. Jauhiainen, A. Lemmetty, M. Pirhonen, A. Virtanen and A.I. Nissinen (2017)
Frequency and occurrence of the carrot pathogen ' Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum' haplotype C in Finland

PLoS ONE (2017) 12 (2 - e0171531)
Jinhui Wang, Minna Haapalainen, Thomas Schott, Sarah M. Thompson, Grant R. Smith, Anne I. Nissinen and Minna Pirhonen (2017)
Genomic sequence of ´ Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum' haplotype C and its comparison with haplotype A and B genomes

Plant Pathology (2016) 65, 1310-1320
M. Haapalainen, S. Latvala, E. Kuivainen, Y. Qiu, M. Segerstedt and A.O. Hannukkala (2016)
Fusarium oxysporum, F. proliferatum and F. redolens associated with basal rot of onion in Finland

Plant Pathology (2014) 63, 812-820
A.I. Nissinen, M. Haapalainen, L. Jauhiainen, M. Lindman and M. Pirhonen (2014)
Different symptoms in carrots caused by male and female carrot psyllid feeding and infection by ´Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum'

Annals of Applied Biology (2014) 165, 172-198
M. Haapalainen (2014)
Biology and epidemics of Candidatus Liberibacter species, psyllid-transmitted plant-pathogenic bacteria

Molecular Plant Pathology (2011) 12, 151-166
Minna Haapalainen, Stefan Engelhardt, Isabell Küfner, Chun-Mei Li, Thorsten Nürnberger, Justin Lee, Martin Romantschuk and Suvi Taira (2011)
Functional mapping of harpin HrpZ of Pseudomonas syringae reveals the sites responsible for protein oligomerization, lipid interactions and plant defence induction

The Plant Journal (2009) 57, 706-717
Stefan Engelhardt, Justin Lee, Yvonne Gäbler, Birgit Kemmerling, Minna-Liisa Haapalainen, Chun-Mei Li, Zhongmin Wei, Harald Keller, Matthieu Joosten, Suvi Taira and Thorsten Nürnberger (2009)
Separable roles of the Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola accessory protein HrpZ1 in ion-conducting pore formation and activation of plant immunity

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2009) 22, 282-290
Minna Haapalainen, Kristin van Gestel, Minna Pirhonen and Suvi Taira (2009)
Soluble plant cell signals induce the expression of the type III secretion system of Pseudomonas syringae and upregulate the production of pilus protein hrpA

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2005) 18, 60-66
Chun-Mei Li, Minna Haapalainen, Justin Lee, Thorsten Nürnberger, Martin Romantschuk and Suvi Taira (2005)
Harpin of Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola harbors a protein binding site

International Congress of Plant Pathology (1998) Haapalainen et al. - The growth of Clavibacter xyli ...
M. Haapalainen, P. Oksman, J. Mattinen and M.C. Metzler (1998)
The growth of Clavibacter xyli subsp. cynodontis is enhanced by plant xylem fluid components
Edinburgh, U.K. (9 - 16 Aug. 1998), Poster presented in section: Secretion systems and the hypersensitive reaction