Items where Author is "Arnold, D.L."

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Brady, C., Kaur, S., Crampton, B., Maddock, D., Arnold, D.L. and Denman, S. (2022) Transfer of Erwinia toletana and Erwinia iniecta to a novel genus Winslowiella gen. nov. as Winslowiella toletana comb. nov. and Winslowiella iniecta comb. nov. and description of Winslowiella arboricola sp. nov., isolated from bleeding cankers on broadleaf hosts. Frontiers in Microbiology.

Brady, C., Arnold, D.L., Allainguillaume, J., Denman, S. and Kile, H. (2022) Description of Brenneria tiliae sp. nov. isolated from symptomatic Tilia x moltkei and Tilia x europaea trees in the UK. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. (In Press)

Dempsey, J.J, Wilson, I., Spencer‐Phillips, P.T.N. and Arnold, D.L. (2022) Phosphite mediated enhancement of defence responses in Agrostis stolonifera and Poa annua infected by Microdochium nivale. Plant Pathology.

Dempsey, J.J, Wilson, I., Spencer-Phillips, P.T.N. and Arnold, D.L. (2022) Uptake and translocation of foliar applied phosphite and its effect on growth and development in cool season turfgrass. Journal of Plant Nutrition.

Brady, C., Asselin, J.A., Beer, S., Brurberg, M.B., Crampton, B., Venter, S., Arnold, D.L. and Denman, S. (2022) Rahnella perminowiae sp. nov., Rahnella bonaserana sp. nov., Rahnella rivi sp. nov. and Rahnella ecdela sp. nov., isolated from diverse environmental sources, and emended description of the genus Rahnella. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 72 (1).

Brady, C., Orsi, M., Doonan, J.M., Denman, S. and Arnold, D.L. (2021) Brenneria goodwinii growth in vitro is improved by competitive interactions with other bacterial species associated with Acute Oak Decline. Current Research in Microbial Sciences, 3.

Hulin, M.T., Vadillo Dieguez, A., Cossu, F., Lynn, S., Russell, K., Neale, H.C., Jackson, R.W., Arnold, D.L., Mansfield, J.W. and Harrison, R.J. (2021) Identifying resistance in wild and ornamental cherry towards bacterial canker caused by Pseudomonas syringae. Plant Pathology.

Neale, H.C., Hulin, M.T., Harrison, R.J., Jackson, R.W. and Arnold, D.L. (2021) Transposon mutagenesis of pseudomonas syringae pathovars syringae and morsprunorum to identify genes involved in bacterial canker disease of cherry. Microorganisms, 9 (6).

Neale, H.C., Hulin, M.T., Harrison, R.J., Jackson, R.W., Mansfield, J.W. and Arnold, D.L. (2020) An improved conjugation method for Pseudomonas syringae. Journal of Microbiological Methods, 177 (106025).

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