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Tracey S Somera
Physiology and Pathology of Tree Fruits Research
Research Molecular Biologist

Phone: (509) 664-2280 ext. 207
Fax: (509) 664-2287

1104 NORTH WESTERN AVE
WENATCHEE, WA 98801
Projects
Utilization of the Rhizosphere Microbiome and Host Genetics to Manage Soil-borne Diseases
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 432541

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Comparative analysis of the apple root transcriptome as affected by rootstock genotype and Brassicaceae seed meal soil amendment: Implications for plant health Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wang, L., Somera, T.S., Hargarten, H.L., Honaas, L.A., Mazzola, M. 2021. Comparative analysis of the apple root transcriptome as affected by rootstock genotype and Brassicaceae seed meal soil amendment: Implications for plant health. Microorganisms. 9(4). Article 763. https://doi.org/10.3390/microorganisms9040763.
Comprehensive analysis of the apple rhizobiome as influenced by different Brassica seed meals in the same soil/plant system Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Somera, T.S., Freilich, S., Mazzola, M. 2021. Comprehensive analysis of the apple rhizobiome as influenced by different Brassica seed meals in the same soil/plant system. Applied Soil Ecology. 157. Article 103766. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apsoil.2020.103766.
Exploring the functional capacity of seed meal-structured microbiomes in the control of apple replant disease - (Abstract Only)
Somera, T.S., Freilich, S., Mazzola, M. 2019. Exploring the functional capacity of seed meal-structured microbiomes in the control of apple replant disease. Symposium Proceedings. p. 44.
Manipulation of the orchard soil microbiome: Implications for soil-borne disease suppression and apple production - (Proceedings)
Mazzola, M., Somera, T.S., Van Horn, C.R., Leisso, R., Freilich, S. 2019. Manipulation of the orchard soil microbiome: Implications for soil-borne disease suppression and apple production. Symposium Proceedings. p. 16.
Exploring the functional capacity of seed meal-structured microbiomes in the control of apple replant disease - (Proceedings)
Somera, T.S., Freilich, S., Mazzola, M. 2019. Exploring the functional capacity of seed meal-structured microbiomes in the control of apple replant disease. Soil Ecology Society Conference. p. 285.