Laura Ellen Rose
Laura Ellen Rose
Professor of Biology
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Host-parasite coevolutionary conflict between Arabidopsis and downy mildew
RL Allen, PD Bittner-Eddy, LJ Grenville-Briggs, JC Meitz, AP Rehmany, ...
Science 306 (5703), 1957-1960, 2004
Differential Recognition of Highly Divergent Downy Mildew Avirulence Gene Alleles by RPP1 Resistance Genes from Two Arabidopsis Lines
AP Rehmany, A Gordon, LE Rose, RL Allen, MR Armstrong, SC Whisson, ...
The Plant Cell 17 (6), 1839-1850, 2005
The Maintenance of Extreme Amino Acid Diversity at the Disease Resistance Gene, RPP13, in Arabidopsis thaliana
LE Rose, PD Bittner-Eddy, CH Langley, EB Holub, RW Michelmore, ...
Genetics 166 (3), 1517-1527, 2004
How embryophytic is the biosynthesis of phenylpropanoids and their derivatives in streptophyte algae?
J de Vries, S de Vries, CH Slamovits, LE Rose, JM Archibald
Plant and Cell Physiology 58 (5), 934-945, 2017
Protists are an integral part of the Arabidopsis thaliana microbiome
M Sapp, S Ploch, AM Fiore‐Donno, M Bonkowski, LE Rose
Environmental microbiology 20 (1), 30-43, 2018
Natural Variation in the Pto Disease Resistance Gene Within Species of Wild Tomato (Lycopersicon). II. Population Genetics of Pto
LE Rose, RW Michelmore, CH Langley
Genetics 175 (3), 1307-1319, 2007
Balancing Selection at the Tomato RCR3 Guardee Gene Family Maintains Variation in Strength of Pathogen Defense
AC Hörger, M Ilyas, W Stephan, A Tellier, RAL Van Der Hoorn, LE Rose
PLoS genetics 8 (7), e1002813, 2012
Maintenance of genetic variation in plants and pathogens involves complex networks of gene‐for‐gene interactions
SA Hall, RL Allen, RE Baumber, LA Baxter, K Fisher, PD BITTNER‐EDDY, ...
Molecular plant pathology 10 (4), 449-457, 2009
Evolutionarily dynamic, but robust, targeting of resistance genes by the miR482/2118 gene family in the Solanaceae
S de Vries, T Kloesges, LE Rose
Genome Biology and Evolution 7 (12), 3307-3321, 2015
Natural variation reveals key amino acids in a downy mildew effector that alters recognition specificity by an Arabidopsis resistance gene
RL Allen, JC Meitz, RE Baumber, SA Hall, SC Lee, LE Rose, JL Beynon
Molecular plant pathology 9 (4), 511-523, 2008
On plant defense signaling networks and early land plant evolution
S de Vries, J de Vries, JK von Dahlen, SB Gould, JM Archibald, LE Rose, ...
Communicative & Integrative Biology 11 (3), 1-14, 2018
Natural Variation in the Pto Pathogen Resistance Gene Within Species of Wild Tomato (Lycopersicon). I. Functional Analysis of Pto Alleles
LE Rose, CH Langley, AJ Bernal, RW Michelmore
Genetics 171 (1), 345-357, 2005
Jaatha: a fast composite‐likelihood approach to estimate demographic parameters
L Naduvilezhath, LE Rose, D Metzler
Molecular Ecology 20 (13), 2709-2723, 2011
The distribution of mating-type bias in natural populations of the anther-smut Ustilago violacea on Silene alba in Virginia
PV Oudemans, HM Alexander, J Antonovics, S Altizer, PH Thrall, L Rose
Mycologia 90 (3), 372-381, 1998
High diversity revealed in leaf‐associated protists (Rhizaria: Cercozoa) of Brassicaceae
S Ploch, LE Rose, D Bass, M Bonkowski
Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 63 (5), 635-641, 2016
Inducible biosynthesis and immune function of the systemic acquired resistance inducer N-hydroxypipecolic acid in monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous plants
A Schnake, M Hartmann, S Schreiber, J Malik, L Brahmann, I Yildiz, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 71 (20), 6444-6459, 2020
Efficacy of biological agents and compost on growth and resistance of tomatoes to late blight
A Bahramisharif, LE Rose
Planta 249, 799-813, 2019
Broad-spectrum inhibition of Phytophthora infestans by fungal endophytes
S De Vries, JK von Dahlen, A Schnake, S Ginschel, B Schulz, LE Rose
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 94 (4), fiy037, 2018
Polymorphic infection and organogenesis patterns induced by a Rhizobium leguminosarum isolate from Lotus root nodules are determined by the host genotype
JA Gossmann, K Markmann, A Brachmann, LE Rose, M Parniske
New Phytologist 196 (2), 561-573, 2012
Expression profiling across wild and cultivated tomatoes supports the relevance of early miR482/2118 suppression for Phytophthora resistance
S de Vries, A Kukuk, JK von Dahlen, A Schnake, T Kloesges, LE Rose
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1873), 20172560, 2018
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