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Agricultural Research Service

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Emily L Smallwood
Foreign Disease-weed Science Research
Biological Science Lab Technician (Plants)

Phone: (301) 619-8393
Fax: (301) 619-2880
Room 223

1301 DITTO AVENUE
BLDG 1301
FORT DETRICK , MD 217025023


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Differential aggressiveness of Bipolaris microstegii and B. drechsleri on Japanese Stiltgrass -
Some dynamics of spread and infection by aeciospores of Puccinia punctiformis, a biological control pathogen of Cirsium arvense Reprint Icon -
Berner, D.K., Smallwood, E.L., Vanrenterghem, M., Cavin, C.A., Michael, J.L., Shelley, B.A., Kolomiets, T., Pakratova, L., Bruckart, W.L., Mukhina, Z. 2015. Some dynamics of spread and infection by aeciospores of Puccinia punctiformis, a biological control pathogen of Cirsium arvense. Biological Control. 88:18-25.
Changes in Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense) shoot density following inoculation with Puccinia punctiformis and induction of symptomatic and asymptomatic systemic disease -
Field assessment, in Greece and Russia, of the facultative saprophytic fungus, Colletotrichum salsolae, for biological control of Russian thistle (Salsola tragus) Reprint Icon -
Berner, D.K., Lagopodi, A., Kashefi, J., Mukhina, Z., Kolmiets, T., Pankratova, L., Kassanelly, D., Cavin, C.A., Smallwood, E.L. 2014. Field assessment, in Greece and Russia, of the facultative saprophytic fungus, Colletotrichum salsolae, for biological control of Russian thistle (Salsola tragus). Biological Control. 76:114-123.
Successful establishment of epiphytotics of Puccinia punctiformis for biological control of Cirsium arvense Reprint Icon -
Berner, D.K., Smallwood, E.L., Cavin, C.A., Lagopodi, A., Kashefi, J., Kolomiets, T., Pankratova, L., Mukhina, Z., Cripps, M., Bourdot, G. 2013. Successful establishment of epiphytotics of Puccinia punctiformis for biological control of Cirsium arvense. Biological Control. 67:350-360.
Routine establishment of epidemics of systemic disease of Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense) caused by the rust fungus Puccinia punctiformis -
Berner, D.K., Smallwood, E.L., Cavin, C.A., Kashefi, J., Lagopodi, A. 2012. Routine establishment of epidemics of systemic disease of Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense) caused by the rust fungus Puccinia punctiformis [abstract]. APS Annual Meeting. 102:S31.
Mutual benefits through formalized international collaboration on biological control of weeds with plant pathogens -
Berner, D.K., Smallwood, E.L., Cavin, C.A., Eskandari, F., Tunali, B., Buyuk, O., Yildirim, A., Mukhina, Z., Kolomiets, T., Matveeva, T., Bogomaz, D., Kassanelli, D., Souissi, T., Mejri, D., Latiri, K., Kashefi, J., Lagopodi, A. 2011. Mutual benefits through formalized international collaboration on biological control of weeds with plant pathogens. Tunisia Journal of Plant Protection. 6(1):49-74.
Slender wheatgrass is susceptible to smut caused by Ustilago phrygica from Turkey -
Berner, D.K., Dubin, H.J., Smallwood, E.L. 2007. Slender wheatgrass is susceptible to smut caused by Ustilago phrygica from Turkey. Plant Disease. 91:906.
First report of leaf spot caused by Cladosporium herbarum on Centaurea solstitialis in Greece -
Berner, D.K., Smallwood, E.L., Mcmahon, M.B., Luster, D.G., Kashefi, J. 2007. First report of leaf spot caused by Cladosporium herbarum on Centaurea solstitialis in Greece. Plant Disease. 91:463.
A NEW SMUT FUNGUS FOR CLASSICAL BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF CARDUUS THISTLES -
Berner, D.K., Smallwood, E.L. 2006. A new smut fungus for classical biological control of carduus thistles. Proceedings of Northeastern Weed Science Society 60:18.
FIRST REPORT OF SMUT CAUSED BY MICROBOTRYUM SILYBUM ON SILYBUM EBURNEUM -
Souissi, T., Berner, D.K., Smallwood, E.L. 2005. First report of smut caused by microbotryum silybum on silybum eburneum. Plant Disease 89:1242
SCREENING GRASSES FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY TO USTILAGO PHRYGICA, A POTENTIAL BIOLOGICAL CONTROL PATHOGEN FOR MEDUSAHEAD -
Phytopathology 95:S8
EVALUATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF A CLADOSPORIUM SP. AS A BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENT OF YELLOW STARTHISTLE IN THE USA -
Phytopathology 95:S155
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