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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Nina Shishkoff
Foreign Disease-Weed Science
Research Plant Pathologist

Phone: (301) 619-2877
Fax: (301) 619-2880
Room 203
1301 DITTO AVENUE
BLDG 1301
FORT DETRICK, MD, 21702

Projects
BIOLOGY, PATHOLOGY, AND EPIDEMIOLOGY OF EMERGING OOMYCETE PATHOGENS
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 423057

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Effect of growth-inhibiting compounds on recovery of Phytophthora ramorum from infected foliage over time, on root colonization and production of inoculum from plant roots - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shishkoff, N. 2014. Effect of growth-inhibiting compounds on recovery of Phytophthora ramorum from infected foliage over time, on root colonization and production of inoculum from plant roots. Plant Health Progress. 15:36.
Boxwood Blight: A new scourge, a new paradigm for collaborative research - (Review Article)
Palmer, C., Shishkoff, N. 2014. Boxwood Blight: A new scourge, a new paradigm for collaborative research. Outlooks on Pest Management. 25:230-236.
Root susceptibility and inoculum production from roots of Eastern United States oak species to Phytophthora ramorum - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Widmer, T.L., Shishkoff, N., Dodge, S.C. 2012. Root susceptibility and inoculum production from roots of Eastern United States oak species to Phytophthora ramorum. Plant Disease. 96:1675-1682.
Susceptibility of some common container weeds to Phytophthora ramorum - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (24-Aug-11)
Root susceptibility and inoculum production from roots of eastern oak species to Phytophthora ramorum - (Abstract Only)
Widmer, T.L., Shishkoff, N., Dodge, S.C. 2010. Root susceptibility and inoculum production from roots of eastern oak species to Phytophthora ramorum. Phytopathology. 100/S136.
Adaptation of a Phytophthora ramorum Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction Assay based on a mitochondrial gene region for use on the Cepheid SmartCycler - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sechler, K.E., Carras, M.M., Shishkoff, N., Tooley, P.W. 2010. Adaptation of a Phytophthora ramorum Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction Assay based on a mitochondrial gene region for use on the Cepheid SmartCycler. Plant Health Progress. 2010 - 0212-01-RS.
A test system to quantify inoculum in runoff from Phytophthora ramorum-infected plant roots - (Abstract Only) - (15-Jul-09)
Standardizing the Nomenclature for Clonal Lineages of the Sudden Oak Death Pathogen, Phytophthora ramorum - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Grunwald, N.J., Goss, E.M., Ivors, K., Garbelotto, M., Martin, F.N., Prospero, S., Hansen, E., Bonants, P., Hamelin, R., Chastagner, G., Werres, S., Rizzo, D.M., Abad, G., Beales, P., Bilodeau, G.J., Blomquist, C., Brasier, C., Briere, S., Chandelier, A., Davidson, J.M., Denman, S., Elliott, M., Fichtner, E.J., Frankel, S.J., Goheen, E.M., De Gruyter, H., Heungens, K., James, D., Kanaskie, A., Mcwilliams, M., Moralejo, E., Osterbauer, N.K., Palm, M.E., Parke, J.L., Shamoun, S.F., Shishkoff, N., Tooley, P.W., Vettraino, A., Webber, J., Widmer, T.L. 2009. Standardizing the nomenclature for clonal lineages of the sudden oak death pathogen, Phytophthora ramorum. Phytopathology. 99:792-795.
Propagule production by Phytophthora ramorum on infected leaves of lilac (Syringa vulgaris) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shishkoff, N. 2009. Propagule production by Phytophthora ramorum on infected leaves of lilac (Syringa vulgaris). Plant Disease. 93:475-480.
Recovery Plan for Phytophthora kernoviae Causing Bleeding Trunk Cankers, Leaf Blight and Stem Dieback in Trees and Shrubs - (Government Publication)
Benson, M., Ivors, K., Koch, F., Fichtner, E., Garbelotto, M., Rizzo, D., Tjosvold, S., Hansen, E., Parke, J., Hong, C., Chastagner, G., Jeffers, S., Woodward-Williams, J., Kim, S., Britton, K., Denitto, G., Frankel, S., Micales, J., Grunwald, N.J., Martin, F.N., Shishkoff, N., Smith, K.L., Tooley, P.W., Widmer, T.L., Bulluck, R., Burnett, G., Ferguson, L., Fowler, G., Garrett, L., Jones, J., Magarey, R., Randall-Schadel, B., Cardwell, K., Draper, M., Chand-Goyal, T. 2009. Recovery Plan for Phytophthora kernoviae Causing Bleeding Trunk Cankers, Leaf Blight and Stem Dieback in Trees and Shrubs. Government Publication/Report. Available at: http://www.ars.usda.gov/SP2UserFiles/Place/00000000/opmp/P.%20kernoviae%2081100.pdf
Sporulation on plant roots by Phytophthora ramorum - (Abstract Only)
Shishkoff, N. 2008. Sporulation on plant roots by Phytophthora ramorum. Phytopathology. 98:S145
Development and Validation of a Tissue based Panel for the P. ramorum Proficiency Testing Program - (Abstract Only)
Mavrodieva, V., Negi, S., Picton, D., Levy, L., Tooley, P.W., Shishkoff, N., Luster, D.G. 2008. Development and Validation of a Tissue based Panel for the P. ramorum Proficiency Testing Program. Phytopathology. 98:S100
Environmental parameters affecting inoculum production from lilac leaf pieces infected with Phytophthora ramorum - (Proceedings)
Shishkoff, N. 2008. Environmental parameters affecting inoculum production from lilac leaf pieces infected with Phytophthora ramorum. Phytopathology. 96:S107 . Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium.
Susceptibility of some lilac cultivars and other members of the Oleaceae to Phytophthora ramorum - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shishkoff, N. 2007. Susceptibility of some lilac cultivars and other members of the Oleaceae to Phytophthora ramorum. Plant Health Progress. 10.1094/PHP-2007-1101-2-RS
Sudden Oak Death (Phytophthora ramorum) and lilacs - (Other)
Shishkoff, N. 2007. Sudden Oak Death (Phytophthora ramorum) and lilacs. Lilacs- Quarterly Journal of the Iternational Lilac Society. Fall 2007 Edition.
Persistence of Phytophthora Ramorum in Soil Mix and Roots of Nursery Ornamentals - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shishkoff, N. 2007. Persistence of phytophthora ramorum in soil mix and roots of nursery ornamentals. Plant Disease. 91:1245-1249
Identification of powdery mildew fungi anno 2006 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Heffer, V., Powelson, M., Johnson, K., Shishkoff, N. 2006. Identification of powdery mildew fungi anno 2006. The Plant Health Instructor DOI:1094/PHI-I-2006-0706-01.
Behavior of lilac leaves infected with Phytophthora ramorum when placed on the surface of nursery pots - (Abstract Only)
Shishkoff, N. 2006. Behavior of lilac leaves infected with Phytophthora ramorum when placed on the surface of nursery pots. Phytopathology. 96:S107.
Density of Phytophthora Ramorum Chlamydospores in Soil Necessary to Cause Infection - (Abstract Only)
Colburn, G.C., Shishkoff, N. 2006. Density of phytophthora ramorum chlamydospores in soil necessary to cause infection. Phytopathology: 96:S25
Direct Observation of Infection of Viburnum Roots by P. Ramorum Using a Petri Dish Rhizotron - (Abstract Only) - (17-Mar-06)
Susceptibility of Camellia to Phytophthora Ramorum, the "sudden Oak Death" Organism - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shishkoff, N. 2006. Susceptibility of camellia to phytophthora ramorum, the "sudden oak death" organism. Plant Health Progress. DOI=10.1094/PHP-2006-03S-01-RS
The Effect of Systemic Fungicides on Detection by Culturing of Phytophthora Ramorum - (Abstract Only)
Shishkoff, N. 2005. The effect of systemic fungicides on detection by culturing of Phytophthora ramorum [abstract]. Phytopathology. 95:S96.
Susceptibility to Phytophthora Ramorum of Roots and Shoots of Common Container Weeds - (Abstract Only)
Shishkoff, N., Senesac, A.F. 2005. Susceptibility to Phytophthora ramorum of roots and shoots of common container weeds [abstract]. Phytopathology. 95:S96.
Survivability and Pathogenicity of Phytophthora Ramorum Chlamydospores in Soil - (Abstract Only)
Colburn, G.C., Sechler, K.E., Shishkoff, N. 2005. Survivability and pathogenicity of Phytophthora ramorum chlamydospores in soil [abstract]. Phytopathology. 95:S20.
Susceptibility of Selected Lilac (Syringa L.) Cultivars to Phytophthora Ramorum, the Sudden Oak Death Pathogen - (Abstract Only)
Shishkoff, N. 2006. Susceptibility of selected lilacs (syringa L.) cultivars to Phytophthora Ramorum, the sudden oak death pathogen. Phytopathology 95:S160.
What's New in Ipm for Azaleas? - (Trade Journal)
The Azalean 26:64-66
Susceptibility of Camellia to Phytophthora Ramorum, the Sudden Oak Death Pathogen - (Abstract Only)
Shishkoff, N. 2005. Susceptibility of Camellia to Phytophthora ramorum, the sudden oak death pathogen [abstract]. Phytopathology. 95:S157.
Persistence of Phytophthora Ramorum in Nursery Plants and Soil - (Abstract Only)
Shishkoff, N., Tooley, P.W. 2004. Persistence of Phytophthora ramorum in nursery plants and soil. Phytopathology. 94:S95. Publication no. P-2004-0649-AMA.
First Report of Powdery Mildew, Caused by Erysiphe Viburni, on Viburnum Tinus in California - (Research Notes)
Plant Disease 88:425
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