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Weisz, R, C Cowger, G Ambrose and A Gardner. 2010. Multiple mid-Atlantic field experiments show no economic benefit to fungicide application when fungal disease is absent in winter wheat. Phytopathology: In press.

Cowger, C, Weisz, R, Anderson, JM and Horton, JR.  2010.  Maize debris increases barley yellow dwarf virus severity in North Carolina winter wheat.  Agronomy Journal 102:688-696.

Mundt, CC, Sackett, KE, Wallace, LD, Cowger, C and Dudley, JP.  2010.  Aerial dispersal and multiple-scale spread of epidemic disease.  Ecohealth:Online Early.

Cowger, C, Patton Ozkurt, JL, Brown Guedira, GL and Perugini, L. 2009. Post-anthesis moisture increased Fusarium head blight and deoxynivalenol levels in North Carolina winter wheat. Phytopathology 99:320-327.

Cowger, C, Parks, R and Marshall, D.  2009. Appearance of powdery mildew of wheat caused by Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici on Pm17-bearing cultivars in North Carolina.  Plant Disease 93:1219-

Maxwell, JJ, JH Lyerly, C Cowger, DS Marshall, G Brown-Guedira and JP Murphy. 2009.  MlAG12: a Triticum timopheevii-derived powdery mildew resistance gene in common wheat on chromosome 7AL.  Theoretical and Applied Genetics 119:1489-1495.

Mundt, CC, Sackett, KE, Wallace, LD, Cowger, C, Dudley, JP. 2009. Long distance dispersal and accelerating waves of disease: Empirical relationships. The American Naturalist 173:456-466.

Parks, R, Carbone, I, Murphy, J, Cowger, C. 2009. Population genetic analysis of an Eastern U.S. wheat powdery mildew population reveals geographic and recent common ancestry with U.K. and Israeli populations. Phytopathology 99:840-849.

Cowger, C,  PC Brunner and CC Mundt. 2008. Frequency of sexual recombination by Mycosphaerella graminicolain mild and severe epidemics.  Phytopathology 98:752-759.

Cowger, C and R Weisz. 2008. Winter wheat blends (mixtures) produce a yield advantage in North Carolina. Agronomy Journal 100:169-177.

Parks, W, Carbone, I, Murphy, J, Marshall, DS, Cowger, C. 2008. Virulence structure of the eastern U.S. wheat powdery mildew population. Plant Disease 92:1074-1082.

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Murphy, JP, RA Navarro, D Marshall, C Cowger, TS Cox, JA Kolmer, S Leath and CS Gaines. 2008. Registration of NC06BGTAG12 and NC06BGTAG13 powdery mildew-resistant wheat germplasm. Journal of Plant Registrations 2:69.

Murphy, JP, RA Navarro, D Marshall, C Cowger, TS Cox, JA Kolmer, S Leath and CS Gaines. 2007. Registration of NC06BGTAG12 and NC06BGTAG13 powdery mildew-resistant wheat germplasm. Journal of Plant Registrations 1:75-77.

Cowger, C and JP Murphy. 2007. Artificial inoculation of wheat for selecting resistance to Stagonospora nodorumblotch. Plant Disease 91:539-545.

Miranda, LM., JP Murphy, D Marshall, C Cowger, and S Leath.   2007.   Chromosomal location of Pm35, a novel Aegilops tauschiiderived powdery mildew resistance gene introgressed into common wheat ( Triticum aestivumL.).   Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114:1451-1456.

 

Murphy, JP, RA Navarro, D Marshall, C Cowger, TS Cox, JA Kolmer, S Leath and CS Gaines. 2007. Registration of NC06BGTAG12 and NC06BGTAG13 powdery mildew resistant wheat germplasm.   Journal of Plant Registrations 1:75-77.


Cowger, C and HV Silva-Rojas. 2006. Frequency of Phaeosphaeria nodorum, the sexual stage of Stagonospora nodorum, on winter wheat in North Carolina. Phytopathology 96:860-866.

 

Cowger, C, LD Wallace and CC Mundt.  2005. Velocity of spread of wheat stripe rust epidemics.   Phytopathology 95:972-982.

 

Cowger, C and R Weisz.  2005.  Soilborne wheat mosaic and spindle streak mosaic virus.   North CarolinaStateUniversityextension publication.

 

Cowger, C and AL Sutton. 2005.  The southeastern U.S. Fusarium head blight   epidemic of 2003. Online.   Plant Health Progress.   doi:10.1094/PHP-2005-10XX-01-RS.

 

Sutton, ALand C Cowger.   2004.   The Fusarium head blight epidemic of 2003 in the southeastern United States.   U.S.Wheat and Barley Scab Initiative special report, MichiganStateUniversity, 28 pp.

 

Cowger, C, BA McDonald and CC Mundt. 2002. Frequency of sexual reproduction by Mycosphaerella graminicola on partially resistant wheat cultivars. Phytopathology 92: 1175-1181.

 

Cowger, C and CC Mundt. 2002. Effects of wheat cultivar mixtures on epidemic progression of Septoria triticiblotch and pathogenicity of Mycosphaerella graminicola. Phytopathology 92:617-623.

Cowger, C and CC Mundt. 2002. Aggressiveness of Mycosphaerella graminicola isolates from susceptible and partially resistant wheat cultivars. Phytopathology 92:624-630.

 

Mundt, CC, C Cowger and KA Garrett. 2002. Relevance of integrated disease management to resistance durability. Euphytica 124:245-252.

Cowger, C, ME Hoffer and CC Mundt. 2000. Specific adaptation by Mycosphaerella graminicola to a vertically resistant wheat cultivar. Plant Pathology 49:445-451.

Mundt, CC, C Cowger and ME Hoffer. 1999.   Disease management using varietal mixtures.   IN: Septoria and Stagonospora Diseases of Cereals:   A Compilation of Global Research. CIMMYT, Mexico, D.F., pp. 111-116.

Cowger, C and CC Mundt. 1998. A hydroponic seedling assay for resistance to Cephalosporium stripe of wheat. Plant Disease 82:1126-1131.

Mundt, CC, ME Hoffer, HU Ahmed, SM Coakley, JA DiLeone and C Cowger. 1998. Population genetics and host resistance.   IN: Septoria on Cereals: A Study of Pathosystems (JA Lucas, P Bowyer and AM Anderson, eds.). CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 115-130.


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