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Virginia O Stockwell
Horticultural Crops Research
Research Associate

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Projects
Integrated Disease Management of Exotic and Emerging Plant Diseases of Horticultural Crops
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 432469
Mummy Berry of Blueberry in the Pacific Northwest: A Prediction Model for Primary Inoculum Release
Grant (G)
  Accession Number: 433631

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Pantocin A, a peptide-derived antibiotic involved in biological control by plant-associated Pantoea species -
Smits, T., Duffy, B., Blom, J., Ishimaru, C., Stockwell, V.O. 2019. Pantocin A, a peptide-derived antibiotic involved in biological control by plant-associated Pantoea species. Archives Of Microbiology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00203-019-01647-7.
Initiatives for addressing antimicrobial resistance in the environment: Current situation and challenges -
Ahammad, S.Z., Arduino, M., de Roda Husman, A., Durso, L.M., Edge, T., Garber, G., Garland, J., Gaze, W., Graham, D., Kirby, A., Lapara, T., McLain, J., McDonald, C., Nappier, S., Patrick, D., Rousham, E., Stekel, D., Topp, E., Verner-Jeffreys, D., Wittum, T., Wong, A., Aga, D., Davies, J., Gandra, S., Kasprzyk-Hordern, B., Larsson, J., Snape, J., Slijkhuis, H., Sweetman, A., Voulvoulis, N., Bayen, S., Beer, K., Dirven, H., Jackson, B., Lejeune, J., Stockwell, V.O., Tiedje, J., Patel, J. 2018. Initiatives for addressing antimicrobial resistance in the environment: Current situation and challenges. Available: https://wellcome.ac.uk/sites/default/files/antimicrobial-resistance-environment-report.pdf.
Fungicide resistance profiles of Botrytis cinerea isolated from berry crops in Oregon -
Stockwell, V.O., Shaffer, B.T., Jones, L.A., Pscheidt, J.W. 2018. Fungicide resistance profiles of Botrytis cinerea isolated from berry crops in Oregon. Abstract for International Congress of Plant Pathology: Plant Health in A Global Economy; 2018 July 29-Aug 3; Boston, MA
Contribution of native plasmids to fitness and fire blight biocontrol efficacy of Pantoea vagans strain C9-1 -
Klein, J.M., Johnson, K.B., Loper, J.E., Stockwell, V.O. 2018. Contribution of native plasmids to fitness and fire blight biocontrol efficacy of Pantoea vagans strain C9-1. Abstract for International Congress of Plant Pathology: Plant Health in A Global Economy; 2018 July 29-Aug 3; Boston, MA
Secondary metabolism and interspecific competition affect accumulation of spontaneous mutants in the GacS-GacA regulatory system in Pseudomonas protegens -
Yan, Q., Lopes, L., Shaffer, B.T., Kidarsa, T.A., Vining, O., Philmus, B., Song, C., Stockwell, V.O., Raaijmakers, J., McPhail, K.L., Andreote, F., Chang, J.H., Loper, J.E. 2018. Secondary metabolism and interspecific competition affect accumulation of spontaneous mutants in the GacS-GacA regulatory system in Pseudomonas protegens. mBio. 9(1):e01845-17. https://doi.org/10.1128/mBio.01845-17.
Inoculation of Malus genotypes with a set of Erwinia amylovora strains indicates a gene-for-gene relationship between the effector gene eop1 and both Malus floribunda 821 and Malus 'Evereste' -
Wöhner, T., Richter, K., Sundin, G.W., Zhao, Y., Stockwell, V.O., Sellmann, J., Flachowsky, H., Magda-Viola, H., Peil, A. 2017. Inoculation of Malus genotypes with a set of Erwinia amylovora strains indicates a gene-for-gene relationship between the effector gene eop1 and both Malus floribunda 821 and Malus 'Evereste'. Plant Pathology. https://doi.org/10.1111/ppa.12784.
Influence of endogenous plasmids on phenotypes of Pantoea vagans strain C9-1 associated with epiphytic fitness -
Klein, J.M., Loper, J.E., Stockwell, V.O. 2017. Influence of endogenous plasmids on phenotypes of Pantoea vagans strain C9-1 associated with epiphytic fitness. Journal of Plant Pathology. doi: 10.4454/jpp.v99i0.3914.
Nutritional environment influences transcription of a pantocin A biosynthesis gene in Pantoea vagans strain C9-1 -
Klein, J.M., Wong, P., Loper, J.E., Stockwell, V.O. 2017. Nutritional environment influences transcription of a pantocin A biosynthesis gene in Pantoea vagans strain C9-1. Journal of Plant Pathology. doi: 10.4454/jpp.v99i0.3911.
Node position influences viability and contamination in hazelnut shoot -
Characterization of toxin complex gene clusters and insect toxicity of bacteria representing four subgroups of Pseudomonas fluorescens -
Rangel, L.I., Henkels, M.D., Shaffer, B.T., Walker, F.L., Davis Ii, E.W., Stockwell, V.O., Bruck, D.J., Taylor, B.J., Loper, J.E. 2016. Characterization of toxin complex gene clusters and insect toxicity of bacteria representing four subgroups of Pseudomonas fluorescens. PLoS One. 11(8):e0161120. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0161120.
Antimicrobial stewardship through a one health lens: Observations from Washington State -
D'Angeli, M., Baker, J., Call, D., Davis, M., Kauber, K., Malhotra, U., Matsuura, G., Moore, D., Porter, C., Pottinger, P., Stockwell, V.O., Wagner, C., Wohrle, R., Yoder, J., Yoke, L., Rabinowitz, P. 2016. Antimicrobial stewardship through a one health lens: Observations from Washington State. International Journal of Health Governance Information. 21(3):114-130. doi: 10.1108/IJHG-02-2016-0009.
Rhizoxin analogs, orfamide A and chitinase production contribute to the toxicity of Pseudomonas protegens strain Pf-5 to Drosophila melanogaster -
Loper, J.E., Henkels, M.D., Rangel, L.I., Olcott, M.H., Walker, F.L., Bond, K.L., Kidarsa, T.A., Hesse, C.N., Sneh, B., Stockwell, V.O., Taylor, B.J. 2016. Rhizoxin analogs, orfamide A and chitinase production contribute to the toxicity of Pseudomonas protegens strain Pf-5 to Drosophila melanogaster. Environmental Microbiology. 18(10):3509-3521. doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.13369.
Epiphytic bacteria and yeasts on apple blossoms and their potential as antagonists of Erwinia amylovora -
Pusey, P.L., Stockwell, V.O., Mazzola, M. 2009. Epiphytic bacteria and yeasts on apple blossoms and their potential as antagonists of Erwinia amylovora. Phytopathology. 99:571-581.