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Publications


Current Bibliography

Technical Journal Articles

  1. Mirkov, T.E., Mathews, D.M., DuPlessis, D.H., and Dodds, J.A. 1989. Nucleotide sequence and translation of satellite tobacco mosaic virus RNA. Virology 170: 139-146.
  2. Mirkov, T.E., Kurath, G., Mathews, D.M., DuPlessis, D.H., and Dodds, J.A. 1990. Factors affecting efficient infection of tobacco with in vitro RNA transcripts from cloned cDNAs of satellite tobacco mosaic virus. Virology 179:395-402.
  3. Mathews, D.M., Heick, J.A., and Dodds, J.A. 1997. Detection of avocado sunblotch viroid by polymerase chain reaction (PCR). California Avocado Society Yearbook 81:91-96.
  4. Mathews, D.M., Riley, K., and Dodds, J.A. 1997. Comparison of detection methods for citrus tristeza virus in field trees during months of nonoptimal titer. Plant Disease 81:525-529.
  5. Mathews, D.M., and Dodds, J.A. 1998. Naturally occurring variants of satellite tobacco mosaic virus. Phytopathology 88:514-519.
  6. Yang, Z.N., Mathews, D.M., Dodds, J.A., and Mirkov, T.E. 1999. Molecular characterization of an isolate of citrus tristeza virus that causes severe symptoms in sweet orange. Virus Genes 19(2):131-142.
  7. Desjardins, P.R., Ban, N., Mathews, D.M., Kitasako, J.T., Dodds, J.A., and McPherson, A. 2000. Electron microscopy of satellite tobacco mosaic virus crystals: metal-coated, negatively stained and stereo pairs. Journal of Electron Microscopy 49(3):509-514.
  8. Roose, M.L., Stone, N.K., Mathews, D.M., and Dodds, J.A. 2002. RT-PCR detection of Asparagus 2 Ilarvirus. Acta Hort. 589:357-363.
  9. Bodaghi, S., Mathews, D. M., and Dodds, J. A. 2004. Natural incidence of mixed infections and experimental cross protection between two genotypes of Tobacco mild green mosaic virus. Phytopathology 94:1337-1341.
  10. Liu, W.L., Alim, K., Mathews, D.M., Dodds, J.A., and Balandin, A.A. 2005. Assembly and characterization of hybrid virus-inorganic nanotubes. Applied Physics Letters 86(25):253108 (3 pp.)
  11. Balandin, A.A., Liu, W.L., Alim, K., Fonoberov, V.A., Mathews, D.M., and Dodds, J.A. 2005. Hybrid plant-virus-inorganic nanostructures: assembly, characterization, and applications. Nanotechnology 7:6-7.
  12. Mathews, D.M. and Dodds, J.A. 2006. First report of Nemesia ring necrosis virus in North America in ornamental plants from California. Plant Disease 90:1263.
  13. Mathews, D.M. and Dodds, J.A. 2006. Detection of multiple viruses in Verbena, Diascia, and Lobelia plants. Acta Hort. 722:219-227.
  14. Mathews, D.M. and Dodds, J.A. 2008. First Report of Angelonia flower break virus in Nemesia spp. and other ornamental plants in California. Plant Disease 92:651.
  15. Velazquez-Monreal, J.J., Mathews, D.M., and Dodds, J.A. 2009. Segregation of distinct variants from Citrus tristeza virus isolate SY568 using aphid transmission. Phytopathology 99:1168-1176.
  16. Stanghellini, M.E., Mathews, D.M., and Misaghi, I.J. 2010. Pathogenicity and management of Olpidium bornovanus, a root pathogen of melons. Plant Disease 94:163-166.
  17. Schroeder, S. J., Stone, J.W., Bleckley, S., Gibbons, T. and Mathews, D.M. 2011. Ensemble of Secondary Structures for Encapsidated Satellite Tobacco Mosaic Virus RNA Consistent with Chemical Probing and Crystallography Constraints. Biophysical Journal 101(7):167-175.

Semi-Technical Articles

  1. Dodds, J.A., Mathews, D.M., Arpaia, M.L., Witney, G.W. 2001. Recognizing avocado sunblotch disease. AvoResearch 1(3) (pullout insert).
  2. Mathews, D.M. and Dodds, J.A. 2005. Viral Pathogens of Ornamental Plants. In: Proceedings of the Landscape Disease Symposium, UC Cooperative Extension, Ventura County, November 29, 2005, p. 7-16.
  3. Mathews, D.M. 2009. Viruses and Viroids as Invasive Plant Pathogens. California Ornamental Research Federation News 13 (1):1 and 4 (Winter/Spring issue).
  4. Hodel, D.R., Downer, A.J. and Mathews, D.M. 2009. Sooty Canker, a Devastating Disease of Indian Laurel-Leaf Fig Trees. Western Arborist 35(4):28-32.
  5. Mathews, D.M. 2010. Optimizing detection and management of virus diseases of plants (1) and Emerging Tree Diseases in Southern California (2). In: Proceedings of the Landscape Disease Symposium, Camarillo, CA, October 14, 2010. p.10-20.
  6. Mathews, D. 2010. Viruses and their management. Chase Horticultural Research Newsletter 9(12):2
  7. Mathews, D.M. 2011. Victorious over viruses. In: Handbook of the 2011 OFA Plug and Cutting Conference, San Jose, CA, September 12-14, 2011, 4 pp.
  8. Mathews, D.M. 2011. Disease Focus:Insect transmitted plant virus diseases. In: University of California Nursery and Floriculture News 15(3)/Fall 2011, pages 15-16.
  9. Mathews, D.M. 2012. Disease Focus: Weeds as a source of plant virus infections and bacterial leaf spot of poinsettia. In: University of California Nursery and Floriculture News 16(1)/Winter 2012, page16.
  10. Mathews, D.M. 2012. Management of Downy and Powdery Mildews: Three New Diseases Hit California. In: University of California Nursery and Floriculture News 16(2)/Summer 2012, pages 1-5.
  11. Mathews, D.M. 2012. Disease Focus: Boxwood Blight. In: University of California Nursery and Floriculture News 16(2)/Summer 2012, pages 9-10.

Proceedings

  1. Mathews, D.M., Riley, K., and Dodds, J.A. 1996. Comparison of ELISA and PCR for the sensitive detection of citrus tristeza virus (CTV) in pooled leaf samples from sweet orange groves with a low incidence of infection. In: Proc. 13th Conf. IOCV., p. 12-16. IOCV, Riverside, CA.
  2. Williams, A.P., Mathews, D.M., Heick, J.A., and Dodds, J.A. 2002. Segregation of sweet orange stem pitting types and stunting factors in subcultures from the severe SY568 strain of Citrus tristeza virus. In: Proc. 15th Conf. IOCV., p. 21-30. IOCV, Riverside, CA.
  3. Velazquez-Monreal, J.J., Mathews, D.M., and Dodds, J.A. 2005. Characterization of virus isolates from a field that once contained an unusually severe strain of Citrus tristeza virus. In:Proc. 16th Conf. IOCV., p. 165-172. IOCV, Riverside, CA.
  4. Mathews, Deborah M. 2009. Dealing with Viruses: A primer. In: Proceedings of the Society of American Florists 25th Annual Conference on Pest and Disease Management in Ornamentals, p.16-24.
  5. Mathews, Deborah M. 2010. Sensitive detection of single and mixed viral infections in ornamental plants at all stages of the propagation cycle. In: Proceedings of the Third USDA-ARS Floral and Nursery Crops Researcher’s Workshop, p. 1-3.
  6. Mathews, D.M. 2011. Plant Movement: New diseases and what to observe. In: Proceedings of the 27th Annual Pest and Production Management Conference, p. 14-20.

Abstracts

  1. Mathews, D.M. and Dodds, J.A. 1986. Development of hypovirulence for the control of a grape disease caused by Botryodiplodia theobromae. APS Pacific Division meeting, Sacramento, CA. Phytopathology 76:845
  2. Mathews, D.M., Heick, J.A., and Dodds, J.A. 1992. Field studies and epidemiology of satellite tobacco mosaic virus in Nicotiana glauca. APS annual meeting, Portland, OR. Phytopathology 82:1089.
  3. Dodds, A., Mathews, D.M., and Heick J. 2001. Avocado sunblotch viroid detection using a simple PCR method. APS Pacific Division meeting, Victoria, BC, Canada. Phytopathology 91:S183.
  4. Velazquez-Monreal, J.J., Mathews, D.M., and Dodds, J.A. 2002. Segregation and characterization of 2 components within CTV isolate SY568 by aphid transmission. APS annual meeting, Milwaukee, WI. Phytopathology 92:S83.
  5. Mathews, D.M., Heick, J.A., and Dodds, J.A. 2003. Isolation of a tymovirus from ornamental plants in southern California. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Pacific Division meeting, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Phytopathology 94:S153.
  6. Mathews, D.M. and Dodds, J.A. 2007. Detection and characterization of a new Tymovirus of ornamental plants. APS annual meeting, San Diego, CA. Phytopathology 97:S131
  7. Stanghellini, M.E., Mathews, D.M., and Misaghi, I.J. 2009. Olpidium bornovanus: A root pathogen? APS annual meeting, Portland, OR. Phytopathology 99:S123
  8. Coffey, M.D. and Mathews, D.M. 2009. Phytophthora siskiyouensis on alders in southern California: An update. In: 58th Annual Meeting of the California Forest Pest Council-Meeting Abstracts, Woodland, CA, p. 46-47.
  9. Mathews, D.M., Gu, D., Johnston, B.S., and Coffey, M.D. 2011. Screening of the World Phytophthora Collection for viruses. Phytopathology 101:S116.

Book Chapters

  1. Dodds, J.A., Valverde, R.A., and Mathews, D.M. 1988. Detection and interpretation of dsRNA. In: Viruses of fungi and simple eukaryotes, p. 309-326. Marcel Dekker, New York.
  2. Mathews, D.M., Becker, J. O., and Tjosvold, S. Accepted 6/22/2011. Chapter 13: Plant Diseases. In: Container Nursery Production and Business Management Manual, UCANR Press.

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