Johnathan J. Dalzell
TitleCited byYear
A world perspective on nematology: the role of the society
JN Sasser
Vistas on Nematology., 7-14, 1987
9601987
Genomic insights into the origin of parasitism in the emerging plant pathogen Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
T Kikuchi, JA Cotton, JJ Dalzell, K Hasegawa, N Kanzaki, P McVeigh, ...
PLoS pathogens 7 (9), e1002219, 2011
2592011
Host-generated double stranded RNA induces RNAi in plant-parasitic nematodes and protects the host from infection
BC Yadav, K Veluthambi, K Subramaniam
Molecular and biochemical parasitology 148 (2), 219-222, 2006
2342006
RNAi effector diversity in nematodes
JJ Dalzell, P McVeigh, ND Warnock, M Mitreva, DMK Bird, P Abad, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 5 (6), e1176, 2011
1202011
Short interfering RNA-mediated gene silencing in Globodera pallida and Meloidogyne incognita infective stage juveniles
JJ Dalzell, S McMaster, CC Fleming, AG Maule
International journal for parasitology 40 (1), 91-100, 2010
642010
An eye on RNAi in nematode parasites
AG Maule, P McVeigh, JJ Dalzell, L Atkinson, A Mousley, NJ Marks
Trends in parasitology 27 (11), 505-513, 2011
592011
Non-nematode-derived double-stranded RNAs induce profound phenotypic changes in Meloidogyne incognita and Globodera pallida infective juveniles
JJ Dalzell, S McMaster, MJ Johnston, R Kerr, CC Fleming, AG Maule
International Journal for Parasitology 39 (13), 1503-1516, 2009
502009
In vitro uptake of 140 kDa Bacillus thuringiensis nematicidal crystal proteins by the second stage juvenile of Meloidogyne hapla
F Zhang, D Peng, X Ye, Z Yu, Z Hu, L Ruan, M Sun
PloS one 7 (6), e38534, 2012
402012
Short interfering RNA-mediated knockdown of drosha and pasha in undifferentiated Meloidogyne incognita eggs leads to irregular growth and embryonic lethality
JJ Dalzell, ND Warnock, MA Stevenson, A Mousley, CC Fleming, ...
International journal for parasitology 40 (11), 1303-1310, 2010
342010
Considering RNAi experimental design in parasitic helminths
JJ Dalzell, ND Warnock, P Mcveigh, NJ Marks, A Mousley, L Atkinson, ...
Parasitology 139 (5), 589-604, 2012
292012
Parasite neuropeptide biology: Seeding rational drug target selection?
P McVeigh, L Atkinson, NJ Marks, A Mousley, JJ Dalzell, A Sluder, ...
International Journal for Parasitology: Drugs and Drug Resistance 2, 76-91, 2012
272012
Signatures of positive selection and local adaptation to urbanization in white‐footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus)
SE Harris, J Munshi‐South
Molecular ecology 26 (22), 6336-6350, 2017
182017
Plant-parasitic nematodes and food security in sub-Saharan Africa
DL Coyne, L Cortada, JJ Dalzell, AO Claudius-Cole, S Haukeland, ...
Annual review of phytopathology 56, 381-403, 2018
132018
A neuropeptide modulates sensory perception in the entomopathogenic nematode Steinernema carpocapsae
R Morris, L Wilson, M Sturrock, ND Warnock, D Carrizo, D Cox, AG Maule, ...
PLoS pathogens 13 (3), e1006185, 2017
112017
Nematode neuropeptides as transgenic nematicides
ND Warnock, L Wilson, C Patten, CC Fleming, AG Maule, JJ Dalzell
PLoS pathogens 13 (2), e1006237, 2017
102017
Novel bioassays to examine the host-finding ability of plant-parasitic nematodes
M Corbett, A Maule, R Kerr, C Fleming, J Dalzell
Nematology 13 (2), 211-220, 2011
102011
Exogenous RNA interference exposes contrasting roles for sugar exudation in host-finding by plant pathogens
ND Warnock, L Wilson, JV Canet-Perez, T Fleming, CC Fleming, ...
International journal for parasitology 46 (8), 473-477, 2016
62016
15 Nematode Neuropeptide Communication Systems
A Mousley, P McVeigh, JJ Dalzell, AG Maule
Parasitic Nematodes: Molecular Biology, Biochemistry and Immunology, 279, 2013
22013
ABC transporters alter plant-microbe-parasite interactions in the rhizosphere
D Cox, S Dyer, R Weir, X Cheseto, M Sturrock, D Coyne, B Torto, ...
bioRxiv, 526582, 2019
12019
Transcriptional variation and divergence of host-finding behaviour in Steinernema carpocapsae infective juveniles
ND Warnock, D Cox, C McCoy, R Morris, JJ Dalzell
bioRxiv, 272641, 2018
12018
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