Harrison Lab Publications

Publications from the group since 2010
Robinson Boyer L.,Wei F., Gulbis N., Hajdu K., Harrison R.J., Jeffries P and Xu X The Use of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi to Improve Strawberry Production in Coir Substrate, Frontiers in Plant Science (Accepted) doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.01237
Baroncelli R., Buchvaldt-Amby D., Zapparata A., Sarrocco S., Vannacci G., Le Floch G., Harrison R.J., Holub E., Sukno S.A., Sreenivasaprasad S. and Thon M.R. (2016) Gene family expansions and contractions are associated with host range in plant pathogens of the genus Colletotrichum – BMC Genomics 17-555 doi:10.1186/s12864-016-2917-6

Harrison N, Harrison R.J., Kidner C.A. (2016) Comparative Analysis of Begonia Plastid Genomes and Their Utility for Species-Level Phylogenetics PLoS ONE 11(4): e0153248 DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0153248

Harrison N., Harrison R.J., Barber-Perez N., Cascant-Lopez E., Cobo-Medina M., Lipska M., Conde-Ruiz R., Brain P., Gregory P.J. and Fernandez-Fernandez F.  (2016)  A new three-locus model for rootstock-induced dwarfing in apple revealed by genetic mapping of root bark percentage  J. Exp. Bot. 67(6):1871-81 doi:10.1093/jxb/erw001

Gomez A, Harrison R.J and Armitage A (2015) Draft genome of a European isolate of the apple canker pathogen Neonectria ditissima Genome Announcements Nov 19;3(6). pii: e01243-15

Taylor A, Vágány V, Jackson A.C., Harrison R.J., Rainoni A. and Clarkson J.P.  (2016) Identification of pathogenicity-related genes in Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cepae Molecular Plant Pathology Sep;17(7):1032-47. DOI: 10.1111/mpp.12346
Li B, Hulin M.T., Brain P, Mansfield J.W., Jackson R.W. and Harrison R.J. (2015) Rapid, automated detection of stem canker symptoms in woody perennials using artificial neural network analysis Plant Methods 2015 11:57 10.1186/s13007-015-0100-8

Armitage AD, Barbara DJ, Harrison RJ, Lane CR, Sreenivasaprasad S, Woodhall JW,Clarkson JP (2015) Discrete lineages within Alternaria alternata species group: Identification using new highly variable loci and support from morphological characters. Fungal Biol. 2015 Nov;119(11):994-1006

Xu X, Fung W, Passey T and Harrison R.J. (2015) Amplicon‐based metagenomics identified candidate organisms in soils that caused yield decline in strawberry – Horticulture Research 2, 15022

Antanaviciute L, Harrison N and Harrison R.J. (2015) An inexpensive and rapid method for genomic DNA extraction from rosaceous crops. JHSB, 90(4):427-432

Antanaviciute, L., N Surbanovski, N., Harrison N., McLeary K.J., Simpson D.W., Wilson F., Sargent D.J., and Harrison R.J. (2015) Mapping QTL associated with Verticillium dahliae resistance in the cultivated strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) Horticulture Research, 2 15009

Gregory, P.J., Bishop G.J., Fountain, M., Harrison, R.J. and Saville, R.J. (2013). One hundred years of research at East Malling: science into practice for perennial fruit crops. Annals of Appl. Biol. 163. 1-11.

Gregory, P.J., Atkinson, C.J., Bengough, A.G., Else, M.A., Fernández-Fernández, F., Harrison, R.J. and Schmidt, S. (2013). Contributions of roots and rootstocks tosustainable, intensified crop production J Exp Bot. 64. 1209-1222.

Harrison RJ . (2012). Understanding genetic variation and function – The applications of next generation sequencing. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 23(2). 230-6.

Sargent, D.J., Passey, T., Šurbanovski N., Lopez Girona E., Kuchta P., Davik J., Harrison R., Passey, A.J., Whitehouse, A.B., Simpson, D.W. (2012). A microsatellite linkage map for the cultivated strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) reveals extensive regions of homozygosity in the genome resulting from breeding and selection. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 124. 1229-1240.

Lohse K, Harrison R and Barton N.H (2011). A general method for calculating likelihoods under the coalescent process. Genetics 189(3). 977-87.

Harrison N. and Harrison R.J. (2011). Correspondence: Re Velasco et.al. On the evolutionary history of the domestic apple. Nature Genetics Oct 27;43(11). 1043-4.

Harrison R.J. and Charlesworth B . (2010). Biased gene conversion affects patterns of codon usage and amino acid usage in the Saccharomyces senso-strictu group of yeasts. Mol Biol Evol. 2011 Jan; 28 (1). 117-29.

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