Robert G. Linderman

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    2012

  1. Bashan, Y., Salazar, B. G., Moreno M., Lopez, B. R. and Linderman, R. G. 2012 Restoration of eroded soil in the Sonoran Desert with native leguminous trees using plant growth-promoting microorganisms and limited amounts of compost and water. Journal of Environmental Management 102 : 26-36

    2009

  2. Bashan, Y., Salazar, B., Puente, Ma. E., Bacilio, M., and Linderman, Robert. 2009. Enhanced establishment and growth of giant cardon cactus in an eroded field in the Sonoran Desert using native legume trees as nurse plants aided by plant growth-promoting microorganisms and compost. Biology and Fertility of Soils 45: 585-594.

    2008

  3. Bryla, D. R., Linderman, R. G. and Yang, W. Q. 2008 Incidence of Phytophthora and Pythium infection and the relation to cultural conditions in commercial blueberry fields. Hortscience 43 : 260-263

  4. Linderman, R. G. and Davis, E. A. 2008. Evaluation of chemical agents for the control of Phytophthora ramorum and other species of Phytophthora on nursery crops. Online. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2008-0211-01-RS.

  5. Linderman, Robert G., Davis, e. Anne, and Masters, Charles J. 2008. Efficacy of chemical and biological agents to suppress Fusarium and Pythium damping-off of container-grown Douglas-fir seedlings. Online. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2008-0317-02-RS.

  6. Linderman, R. G. and Davis, E. A. 2008. Eradication of Phytophthora ramorum and other pathogens from potting medium or soil by treatment with aerated steam or fumigation with metam sodium. HortTechnology 18: 106-110.

  7. Gonzalez-Chavez, Ma.del Carmen A., Newsam, Ray, Linderman, Robert, Dodd, John, and Valdez-Carrasco, Jorge M.. 2008. Bacteria associated with the extraradical mycelium of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus in As/Cu polluted soil. Agroscencia 42:1-10.

  8. Linderman, R. G. 2008. The mycorrhizosphere phenomenon. pp 341-355 In: Mycorrhiza Works. ISBN 978-3-941261-01-3, Feldman, F., Kapulnik, Y., and Barr, J. (Eds.), Deutsche Phytomedizinische Gesellschaft, Braunschweig, Germany.

    2007

  9. Bryla, D. R. and Linderman, R. G. 2007 Implications of irrigation method and amount of water application on Phytophthora and Pythium infection and severity of root rot in highbush blueberry. Hortscience 42: 1463-1467

  10. Linderman, R. G. and Davis, E. A. 2007. Evaluation of Phytophthora ramorum in nursery crop tissue culture propagation. Online. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2007-0822-01-RS.

  11. Linderman, R. G. and Davis, E. A. 2007. Comparative host susceptibility and sporulation potential of Phytophthora ramorum on species, cultivars, and hybrids of Camellia. Online. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2007-0822-02-RS.

  12. Linderman, R. G., de Sa, Patricia, and Davis, E. A. 2007. Comparative susceptibility of plants native to the Appalachian range of the United States to inoculation with Phytophthora ramroum. Online. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2007-0917-01-RS.

    2006

  13. Linderman, R. G., Davis, E. A., and Marlow, J. L. 2006. Response of selected nursery crop plants to inoculation with isolates of Phytophthora ramorum and other Phytophthora species. HortTechnology 16: 216-224.

  14. Linderman, R. G. 2006. Biocontrol in the mycorrhizosphere. Proceedings of the International Workshop on “Implementation of Biocontrol in Practice in Temperate Regions – Present and Near Future”. DIAS Report 119: 137-152.

  15. Linderman, R. G . and Davis, E. A. 2006. Survival of Phytophthora ramorum compared to other species of Phytophthora in potting media components, compost, and soil. HortTechnology 16: 502-507.

  16. Scagel, C. and Linderman, R. 2006. Put mycorrhizae to use. Nursery Management & Production (NMPRO): 44-49.

    2005

  17. Schreiner, R.P. and Linderman, R. G. 2005. Mycorrhizal Colonization in Dryland Vineyards of the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Small Fruits Review 4: 41–55

    2004

  18. Linderman, R. G. and Davis, E. A. 2004. Evaluation of commercial inorganic and organic fertilizer effects on arbuscular mycorrhizae formed by Glomus intraradices. HortTechnology 14: 196-202.

  19. Linderman, R. G. and Davis, E. A. 2004. Varied response of marigold (Tagetes spp.) genotypes to inoculation with different arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Scientia Horticulturae 99: 67-78.

    2003

  20. Linderman, R. G. and Davis, E. A. 2003. Soil amendment with different peatmosses affects mycorrhizae of onion. HortTechnology 13: 285-289.

  21. Linderman, R. G. and Davis, E. A. 2003. Arbuscular mycorrhiza and growth responses of several ornamental plants grown in soilless peat-based medium amended with coconut dust (Coir). HortTechnology 13: 482-487.

    2001

  22. Linderman, R. G. 2001. Effects of mycorrhizas on tolerance to diseases. In: Arbuscular mycorrhizas:molecular biology and physiology. Y. Kapulnik and D. D. Douds, (eds.), Kluwer Press.

  23. Linderman, Robert G. 2001. Mycorrhiza effects on diseases. pp. 433-434 In: Diseases of Woody Ornamentals and Trees In Nurseries. R. K. Jones and D. M. Benson, eds. APS Press, St. Paul, MN.

  24. Barnes, Larry W. and Linderman, Robert G. 2001. Cylindrocladium Diseases. pp.43-45 In: Diseases of Woody Ornamentals and Trees In Nurseries. R. K. Jones and D. M. Benson, eds. APS Press, St. Paul, MN.

  25. Cantrell, Isabella C. and Linderman, Robert G. 2001. Preinoculation of lettuce and onion with VA mycorrhizal fungi reduces deleterious effects of soil salinity. Plant and Soil 233: 269-281.

  26. Scagel, C. F. and Linderman, R. G. 2001. Modification of root IAA content, plant growth, and survival by application of plant growth regulating substances to container-grown conifers. New Forests 21: 159-186.

    2000

  27. Scagel, C.F., Linderman, R.G. and Scagel, R.K. 2000. Ten-year growth and survival of Douglas-fir seedlings treated with plant growth regulating substances at transplant. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30: 1778-1787.

  28. Bashan, Y., Davis, E. A., Carrillo, A., and Linderman, R. G. 2000. Assessment of VA mycorrhizal inoculum potential in relation to the establishment of cactus seedlings under mesquite nurse-trees in the Sonoran Desert. Applied Soil Ecology 14:165-175.

  29. Scagel, C. F. and Linderman, R. G.. 2000. Changes in root IAA content and growth of bareroot conifers treated with plant growth regulating substances at planting. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 18: 99-107.

  30. Linderman, R. G. and Davis, E. A. 2000. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza and plant growth response to soil amendment with composted grape pomace or its water extract. HortTechnology 11: 446-450.

  31. Linderman, R. G. and Davis, E. A.. 2000. Comparative response of selected grapevine rootstocks and cultivars to inoculation with different mycorrhizal fungi. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 52: 8-11.

    1999

  32. Hoefnagels, M. H. and Linderman, R. G. 1999. Biological suppression of seedborne Fusarium spp. during cold stratification of Douglas-fir seeds. Plant Disease 83: 845-852

    1998

  33. Scagel, C. F. and Linderman, R. G. 1998. Relationships between in vitro IAA or ethylene production capactiy of ectomycorrhizal fungi and the responses of conifer seedlings in symbiosis. Symbiosis 24: 13-34.

  34. Andrade, G, Linderman,R. G., Bethlenfalvay, G. J. 1998. Bacterial associations with the mycorrhizosphere and hyphosphere of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, Glomus mosseae. Plant and Soil 202: 79-87.

  35. Andrade, G, Mihara, K. L., Linderman, R. G., Bethlenfalvay, G.J. 1998. Soil aggregation status and rhizobacteria in the mycorrhizosphere. Plant and Soil 202: 89-96.

  36. Scagel, C.F. and Linderman, R.G. 1998. Influence of ectomycorrhizal fungal inoculation on growth and root IAA concentrations of transplanted conifers. Tree Physiology 18: 739-747

    1997

  37. Andrade, G., Mihara, K. L., Linderman, R. G., and Bethlenfalvay, G. J.. 1997. Bacteria from rhizosphere and hyphosphere soils of different arbuscular-mycorrhizal fungi. Plant and Soil 192:71-79.

  38. Fernando, W. G. D. and Linderman, R. G. 1997. The effect of mycorrhizal (Glomus intraradices) colonization on the development of root and stem rot (Phytophthora vignae) of cowpea. Journal of the National Science Council of Sri Lanka 25: 39-47.

    1996

  39. Linderman, R. G. 1996. VA mycorrhizal fungi. In The Mycota Series, ed. by K. Esser and P. A. Lemke, Vol VI Plant Relationships, G. Carroll and P. Tudzynski (Eds.), Springer-Verlag, New York.

  40. Linderman, R. G. 1996. Managing soilborne diseases: The microbial connection. pp 3-20 In Management of Soil-Borne Diseases. V. K. Gupta and R. Utkhede (Eds.), M/S Narosa Publ. House, New Delhi, India.

  41. Linderman, R. G. 1996. VA mycorrhizal fungi. In:The Mycota Series, ed by K. Esser and P. A. Lemke, Vol VI Plant Relationships, G. Carroll and P. Tudzynski (eds), Springer-Verlag, New York.

    1995

  42. Linderman, R. G. 1995. The mycorrhiza-biocontrol relationship. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 10:

    1994

  43. Fischer, C. R., Janos, D. P., Perry, D. A., Linderman, R. G., and Sollins, P. 1994. Mycorrhiza inoculum potentials in tropical secondary succession. Biotropica 26: 369-377.

  44. Fernando, W. G. D. and Linderman, R. G. 1994. Chemical control of stem and root rot of cowpea caused by Phytophthora vignae. Plant Disease 78: 967-971.

  45. Linderman, R. G. 1994. Managing soilborne diseases with microbial antagonists. pp 108-113 In Proc. 10th Conf. on Insect and Disease Management on Ornamentals, Dallas, TX.

  46. Linderman, R. G. 1994. Microbial diversity: Its importance. pp 1-4 In Proc. BIOREM 4th. Annual General Meeting, J.J.Germida, Ed., Montreal, Canada.

  47. Linderman, R., Dixon, W., Fraedrich, S., and Smith, R.S.Jr. 1994. Alternatives to methyl bromide: Assessment of research needs and priorities for forestry, nursery and ornamental crops. Tree Planter's Notes 45:43-47.

  48. Linderman, R. G. 1994. Managing rhizosphere microbes to enhance plant growth and health. In Proc. Intenational Workshop on Life Science in Production and Food-Consumption of Agricultural Products. Oct. 24-28, 1993, Tsukuba, Japan.

  49. Pfleger, F. L. and Linderman, R. G. (Eds.) 1994. Mycorrhizae and Plant Health. APS Press, St. Paul, MN.

  50. Linderman, R. G. 1994. Role of VAM fungi in biocontrol. pp 1-26 In: Mycorrhizae and Plant Health. (Eds.) F. L. Pfleger and R. G. Linderman, Eds., APS Press, St. Paul, MN.

  51. Linderman, R. G. 1994. Biological control of root pathogens. pp 3-8 In Vol 4a:Symposium on Rhizosphere microbiology and plant growth and health. Proc. 15th. World Congress of Soil Science, July 10-16, Acapulco, Mexico.

  52. Fernando, W. G. D. and Linderman, R. G. 1994. Inhibition of Phytophthora vignae and stem and root rot of cowpea by soil bacteria. Biological Agriculture and Horticulture 12:1-14.

  53. Fernando, W. G. D. and Linderman, R. G. 1994. Chemical control of Phytophthora vignae stem and root rot of cowpeas. Plant Dis. 78:967-971.

    1993

  54. Davies, F. T., Jr., Potter, J. R., and Linderman, R. G. 1993. Drought resistance of mycorrhizal pepper plants independent of leaf P concentration response in gas exchange and water relations. Physiologia Plantarum 87: 45-53.

  55. Linderman, R. G. 1993. Effects of biocontrol agents on plant growth. Combined Proc. International Plant Propagator's Soc. 43:249-252.

  56. Linderman, R. G. and Hoefnagels, M. 1993. Controlling root pathogens with mycorrhizal fungi and beneficial bacteria. pp 132-135 In Proc. Western Forest Nursery Assoc., Fallen Leaf Lake, CA. USFS Technical Report RM-221.

  57. Ianson, D. C. and Linderman, R. G. 1993. Variation in the response of nodulating pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan) to different isolates of mycorrhizal fungi. Symbiosis 15: 105-119.

  58. Fernando, W. G. D. and Linderman, R. G. 1993. Occurrence, distribution, and pathogenicity of the cowpea root and stem rot pathogen, Phytophthora vignae, in soils of Sri Lanka. Plant Disease 77: 1158-1164.

  59. Linderman, R. G. 1993. Effects of microbial interactions in the mycorrhizosphere on plant growth and health. pp 138-152 In: Agroecologia, Sostenibilidad y Educacion.(Eds.) R. Ferrera-Cerrato and R. Quintero (Eds.), Centro de Edafologia, Montecillo, Mexico.

  60. Linderman, R. G. 1993. Tissue proliferation. American Nurseryman 178:57-67.

    1992

  61. Dosskey, M. G., Linderman, R. G., and Boersma, L. 1992. Comparison of biomass allocation in ectomycorrhizal and nonmycorrhizal Douglas fir seedlings of similar nutrition and overall size. Plant and Soil 142: 147 150.

  62. Davies, F. T., Jr., Potter, J. R., and Linderman, R. G. 1992. Mycorrhiza and repeated drought exposure affect drought resistance and extraradical hyphae development of pepper plants independent of plant size and nutrient content. Journal of Plant Physiology 139: 289-294.

  63. Blake, J. I. and Linderman, R. G. 1992. A note on root development, bud activity and survival of Douglas fir, and survival of western hemlock and noble fir seedlings following exposure to ethylene during cold storage. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 22: 1195-1200.

  64. Linderman, R. G. 1992. Beneficial microbes. pp 25-29 In Geraniums - IV, The Grower's Manual, J. White (Ed.), Ball Publishing, Geneva, IL.

  65. Bethlenfalvay, G. J. and Linderman, R, G. 1992. Preface. pp viii-xiii In VA Mycorrhizae in Sustainable Agriculture. G. J. Bethlenfalvay and R. G. Linderman (Eds.). ASA Special Publ. No. 54, Madison, WI.

  66. Linderman, R. G. 1992. VA Mycorrhizae and Microbial Interactions. In VA Mycorrhizae in Sustainable Agriculture. G. J. Bethlenfalvay and R. G. Linderman (Eds.). ASA Special Publ. No. 54, Madison, WI.

  67. Bethlenfalvay, G. J. and Linderman, R. G. (Eds.). 1992. Mycorrhizae in Sustainable Agriculture. ASA Special Publ. No. 54, Madison, WI.

  68. Linderman, R. G., Loper, J. E., Henkels, M. D., Mosier, N. J., Paulitz, T. C., Griffiths, R. P. and Caldwell, B. A. 1992. Evaluating effects of microbial pesticides on mycorrhizae. Final Report to EPA Grant Number DW 12933983-01-0.

    1991

  69. Dosskey, M. G., Boersma, L., and Linderman, R. G. 1991. Role for the photosynthate demand of ectomycorrhizas in the response of Douglas fir seedlings to drying soil. New Phytologist 117: 327-334.

  70. Davies, F. T., Jr. and Linderman, R. G. 1991. Short term effects of phosphorus and VA-mycorrhizal fungi on nutrition, growth and development of Capsicum annuum L. Scientia Horticulturae 45: 333-338.

  71. Linderman, R. G., Paulitz, T. C., Mosier, N. J., Griffiths, R. P., Loper, J. E., Caldwell, B. A., and Henkels, M. D. 1991. Evaluation of the effects of biocontrol agents on mycorrhizal fungi. pp 379 In The Rhizosphere and Plant Growth. D. L. Keister and P. B. Cregan (Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

  72. Linderman, R. G. 1991. Mycorrhizal interactions in the rhizosphere. pp 343 348 In The Rhizosphere and Plant Growth. D. L. Keister and P. B. Cregan (Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

  73. Ianson, D. C. and Linderman, R. G. 1991. Variation in VA mycorrhizal strain interactions with Rhizobium on pigeon pea. pp 371 372 In The Rhizosphere and Plant Growth. D. L. Keister and P. B. Cregan (Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

  74. Kolar, S. C., Hayes, P. M., Chen, T. H. H., and Linderman, R. G. 1991. Genotypic variation for cold tolerance in winter and facultative barley. Crop Science 31: 1149 1152.

  75. Ribeiro, O. K., and Linderman, R. G. 1991. Chemical and biological control of Phytophthora species in woody plants. BMS Symposium 17: Phytophthora. J. A. Lucas (Ed.). Page Design Publ.

  76. Paulitz, T. C. and Linderman, R. G. 1991. Lack of antagonism between the biocontrol agent Gliocladium virens and vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. New Phytologist 117: 303-308.

  77. Paulitz, T. C. and Linderman, R. G. 1991. Mycorrhizal interactions with soil organisms. pp 77 129 In Handbook of Applied Mycology Vol. 1: Soil and Plants. D. K. Arora, B. Rai, K. G. Mukerji, and G. R. Knudsen (Eds.). Marcel Dekker, New York.

    1990

  78. Tidball, C. and Linderman, R. G. 1990. Phytophthora root and stem rot of apple rootstocks in stool beds. Plant Disease 74: 141-146.

  79. Linderman, R. G. and Paulitz, T. C. 1990. Mycorrhiza rhizobacterial interactions. pp 261-283 In Biological Control of Soil borne Plant Pathogens. Hornby, D., Cook, R. J., Henis, Y., Ko, W. H., Rovira, A. D., Schippers, B., and Scott, P. R. (eds). CAB International.

  80. Dosskey, M. G., Linderman, R. G., and Boersma, L. 1990. Carbon sink stimulation of photosynthesis in Douglas fir seedlings by some ectomycorrhizas. New Phytologist 115: 269-274.

    1989

  81. Schisler, D. A. and Linderman, R. G. 1989. Selective influence of volatiles purged from coniferous forest and nursery soils on microbes of a nursery soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 21: 389-396.

  82. Schisler, D. A. and Linderman, R. G. 1989. Response of nursery soil microbial populations to volatiles purged from soil around Douglas fir ectomycorrhizae. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 21: 397-401.

  83. Schisler, D. A. and Linderman, R. G. 1989. The influence of humic rich organic amendments to coniferous nursery soils onDouglas fir growth, damping off, and associated soil microorganisms. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 21:403 408.

  84. Linderman, R. G. 1989. Organic amendments and soil-borne diseases. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 11: 180-183.

  85. Paulitz, T. C. and Linderman, R. G. 1989. Interactions between fluorescent Pseudomonads and VA mycorrhizal fungi. New Phytologist 103: 37-45

  86. Caldwell, B. A., Griffiths, R. P., Linderman, R. G., and Loper, J. E. 1989. Production of siderophore like iron chelators by ericoid and ectomycorrhizal fungi. Poster at Beltsville Symposium XIV on The Rhizosphere and Plant Growth.

    1988

  87. Linderman, R. G. 1988. Mycorrhizal interactions with the rhizosphere microflora: The mycorrhizosphere effect. Phytopathology 78: 366-371.

  88. Linderman, R. G. 1988. VA (vesicular arbuscular) mycorrhizal symbiosis. ISI Atlas of Science, Animal and Plant Sciences 1(2):183 188.

  89. Blake, J. I., Linderman, R. G., and Lavender, D. 1988. Seedling vigor of Douglas fir and western hemlock in relation to ethylene exposure levels and ethane production during cold storage. Proc. 7th N. A. Forest Biol. Conf., July, 1988, Vancouver, B.C.

  90. Dosskey, M. G., Linderman, R. G., and Boersma, L. 1988. Ectomycorrhizal influence on Douglas fir response to water stress. Proc. International Conf. on Research in Plant Sciences, Univ. of Delhi, Delhi, India.

    1987

  91. Ianson, D. C. and Linderman, R. G. 1987. Influence of inoculum placement and density on mycorrhizal fungus colonization and growth response of winter wheat and green pepper. p 24 In Proc. 7th N. A. Conf. on Mycorrhizae, Gainesville, FL.

  92. Linderman, R. G. 1987. Response of shade tree seedlings, VA mycorrhizal fungi, and Pythium to soil fumigation with vapam or ethyl bromide. p 30 In Proc. 7th N. A. Conf. on Mycorrhizae, Gainesville, FL.

  93. Linderman, R. G. 1987. Perspectives on ectomycorrhiza research in the Northwest, pp 72 74 In Proc. 7th N. A. Conf. on Mycorrhizae, Gainesville, FL (invited presentation).

  94. Schisler, D. A. and Linderman, R. G. 1987. The influence of volatiles purged from soil around Douglas fir ectomycorrhizae on soil microbial populations. p 218 In Proc. 7th N. A. Conference on Mycorrhizae, Gainesville, FL.

    1986

  95. Linderman, R. G. 1986. Managing rhizosphere microorganisms in the production of horticultural crops. HortScience 21:1299 1302.

  96. Linderman, R. G. 1986. Phytophthora syringae blight. pp. 15 17 In Rhododendron and Azalea Disease Compendium, D. L. Coyier and M. K. Roane (Eds.). APS Press, St. Paul, MN.

  97. Linderman, R. G. 1986. Cylindrocladium blight and wilt. pp. 17 20 In Rhododendron and Azalea Disease Compendium, D. L. Coyier and M. K. Roane (Eds.). APS Press, St, Paul, MN.

  98. Kough, J. L. and Linderman, R. G. 1986. Monitoring extramatrical hyphae of a VA mycorrhizal fungus with an immunofluorescence assay and the soil aggregation technique. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 18: 309-313.

  99. Meyer, J. R. and Linderman, R. G. 1986. Selective influence on populations of rhizosphere or rhizoplane bacteria and actinomycetes by mycorrhizas formed by Glomus fasciculatum. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 18: 191-196.

  100. Meyer, J. R. and Linderman, R. G. 1986. Response of subterranean clover to dual inoculation with vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and a plant growth promoting bacterium, Pseudomonas putida. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 18: 185-190.

  101. Tanaka, Y., Russell, K. W., and Linderman, R. G. 1986. Fumigation effect on soil borne pathogens, mycorrhizae and growth of Douglas fir seedlings. Proc. West. For. Nurs. Council, Tumwater, WA.

    1985

  102. Linderman, R. G. 1985. Microbial interactions in the mycorrhizosphere. pp. 117 120. In Proceedings of the 6th North American conference on Mycorrhizae, June 25 29, 1984, Bend, Oregon, U.S.A. 471 pp.

  103. Linderman, R. G. 1985. Root Rots. Vol. 1, Chapter 5, pp. 153 172 In Diseases of Herbaceous Ornamentals, D. L. Strider (Ed.). Praeger Publishers, New York.

  104. Linderman, R. G. 1985. Easter Lilies. Vol. 2, Chapter 19, pp 9 40 In Diseases of Herbaceous Ornamentals, D. L. Strider (Ed.). Praeger Publishers, New York.

  105. Kough, J. L., Molina, R., and Linderman, R. G. 1985. Mycorrhizal responsiveness of Thuja, Calocedrus, Sequoia, and Sequoiadendron species of western North America. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 15: 1049-1054.

    1984

  106. Parke, J. L., Linderman, R. G., and Trappe, J. M. 1984. Inoculum potential of ectomycorrhizal fungi in forest soils of southwest Oregon and Northern California. Forest Science 30: 300-304.

  107. Schisler, D. A. and Linderman, R. G. 1984. Evidence for the involvement of the soil microbiota in the exclusion of Fusarium from coniferous forest soils. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 30: 142 150.

    1983

  108. Graham, J. H. and Linderman, R. G. 1983. Pathogenic seedborne Fusarium oxysporum from Douglas fir. Plant Disease 67: 323-325.

  109. Kough, J., Malajczuk, N. and Linderman, R. G. 1983. Use of the indirect immunofluorescent technique to study the vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus epigaeum and other Glomus species. New Phytologist 94: 57-62.

  110. Linderman, R. G., Moore, L. W., Baker, K. F., and Cooksey, D. A. 1983. Strategies for detecting and characterizing systems for biological control of soilborne plant pathogens. Plant Disease(Feature Article) 67: 1058-1064.

  111. Biermann, B. and Linderman, R. G. 1983. Use of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal roots, intraradical vesicles and extraradical vesicles as inoculum. New Phytologist 95: 97-105

  112. Biermann, B. and Linderman, R. G. 1983. Effect of container plant growth medium and fertilizer phosphorus on establishment and host growth response to vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 108: 972-976.

  113. Biermann, B. and Linderman, R. G. 1983. Increased geranium growth by pre transplant inoculation with mycorrhizal fungi. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 108: 962-971.

  114. Alvarez, I. F. and Linderman, R. G. 1983. Effects of ethylene and fungicide dips during cold storage on root regeneration and survival of Western conifers and their mycorrhizal fungi. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 13: 962-971.

  115. Parke, J. L., Linderman, R. G., and Trappe, J. M. 1983. Effect of root zone temperature on VA and ectomycorrhiza formation in disturbed and undisturbed forest soils in southwest Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 13: 657 665.

  116. Parke, J. L., Linderman, R. G., and Black, C. H. 1983. The role of ectomycorrhizae in drought tolerance of Douglas fir seedlings. New Phytologist 95: 83-95.

  117. Parke, J. L., Linderman, R. G., and Trappe, J. M. 1983. Effects of forest litter on mycorrhiza development and seedling growth of Douglas fir and western red cedar. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 13: 666-671.

    1982

  118. Graham, J. H., Linderman, R. G. and Menge, J. A. 1982. Development of external hyphae by different isolates of mycorrhizal Glomus spp. in relation to root colonization and growth of Troyer citrange. New Phytologist 91: 183-189.

  119. Linderman, R. G. and Hendrix, J. W. 1982. Evaluation of plant response to colonization by vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: A. Host variables. pp. 69 78. In Methods and Principles of Mycorrhizal Research. N. E. Schenck (Ed,), APS Press, 256 pp.

  120. Davis, E. A., Young, J. L., and Linderman, R. G. 1982. Soil lime level (pH) and VA-mycorrhiza effects on growth response of sweetgum seedlings. Soil Science Society of America Journal 47:251-256.

    1981

  121. Axelrood McCarthy, P. E. and Linderman, R. G. 1981. Ethylene production by cultures of Cylindrocladium floridanum and C. scoparium. Phytopathology 71: 825 830.

  122. Linderman, R. G. 1981. Fusarium disease of flowering bulb crops. pp. 129 141. In Fusarium: Diseases, Biology, and Taxonomy. Nelson, P. E., Toussoun, T. A., and Cook, R. J. (eds.), Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park. 457 pp.

  123. Linderman, R. G. 1981. Mycorrhizae in relation to container production. Proc. Int. Plant Prop. Soc. 31:91 96.

  124. Malajczuk, N., Linderman, R. G., Kough, J., and Trappe, J. M. 1981. Presence of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae in Eucalyptus spp. and Acacia sp., and absence in Banksia sp. following inoculation with Glomus fasciculatus. New Phytologist 87:567 572.

  125. Graham, J. H. and Linderman, R. G. 1981. Effect of ethylene on root growth, ectomycorrhiza formation, and Fusarium infection of Douglas fir. Can. J. Bot. 59:149 155.

  126. Graham, J. H. and Linderman, R. G. 1981. Inoculation of containerized Douglas fir with the ectomycorrhizal fungus, Cenococcum geophilum. Forest Science 27:27 31.

  127. Biermann, B. and Linderman, R. G. 1981. Quantifying vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae; a proposed method toward standardization. New Phytologist 87:63 67.

    1980

  128. Graham, J. H. and Linderman, R. G. 1980. Ethylene production by ectomycorrhizal fungi, Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. pini, and by aseptically synthesized ectomycorrhizae and Fusarium-infected Douglas fir roots. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 26: 1340 1347.

  129. Parke, J. L. and Linderman, R. G. 1980. Association of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi with the moss, Funaria hygrometrica Hedw. Can. J. Bot. 58:1898 1904.

    1979

  130. Baker, K. F. and Linderman, R. G. 1979. Unique features of the pathology of ornamental plants. Annual Review of Phytopathology 17: 253-277

    1978

  131. Linderman, R. G. 1978. Mycorrhizae Indispensible aids to profitable plant production. Amer. Nurs. 147(4):17, 129 133 147(5):70, 72, 74, 78.

  132. Ames, R. N. and Linderman, R. G. 1978. The growth of Easter lily (Lilium longiflorum) as influenced by vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, Fusarium oxysporum, and fertility level. Canadian Journal of Botany 56: 2773 2780.

  133. Linderman, R, G, 1978. Mycorrhizae in relation to rooting of cuttings. International Plant Prop. Soc. Proc. 28:128 132.

    1977

  134. Linderman, R. G. and Call, C. A. 1977. Enhanced rooting of woody plant cuttings by mycorrhizal fungi. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 102: 629-632.

  135. Linderman, R. G. and Zeitoun, F. 1977. Phytophthora cinnamomi causing root rot and wilt of nursery grown native western azalea and salal. Plant Disease Reporter 61: 1045-1048.

  136. Ames, R. N. and Linderman, R. G. 1977. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae of Easter lily in the Northwestern United States. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 23: 1663-1668.

  137. Linderman, R. G. 1977. Fusarium diseases of lilies. Lily Yb., N. Am. Lily Soc. 30:70 76.

    1976

  138. Ames, R. N., Linderman, R. G., and Allen, T. C. 1976. Mycorrhizae in lily fields. Lily Yb., N. Am. Lily Soc. 29:91 92.

  139. Linderman, R. G., Ames, R. N., Allen, T. C., and Ballentyne, O. 1976. Current efforts to eliminate viruses from Easter lilies by tissue culture. Lily Yb., N. Am. Lily Soc. 29:106 108.

  140. Allen, T. C. and Linderman, R. G. 1976. Rate of infection of virus free lilies with Lily Symptomless Virus in the field. Acta Horticulturae 59:37 38

  141. Ames, R. N. and Linderman, R. G. 1976. Acaulospora trappei sp, nov. Mycotaxton 3:565 569.

  142. Linderman, R. G. and Moore, B. 1976. Phytophthora crown rot of rock daphne. Ornamentals Northwest 1(10):7

    1975

  143. Allen, T. C., Linderman, R. G., and Fernald, K. 1975. Reinfection and performance of virus free 'Enchantment' lilies in the field. Lily Yb., N. Am. Lily Soc. 28:96 97.

  144. Linderman, R. G. and Gilbert, R. G. 1975. Influence of volatiles of plant origin on soilborne plant pathogens. pp. 90 99. In G. W. Bruehl (ed.) Biology and Control of Soilborne Plant Pathogens. APS, St. Paul, MN, 216 pp.

  145. Hammerschlag, F. A. and Linderman, R. G. 1975. Effects of five acids that occur in pine needles on Fusarium chlamydospore germination in nonsterile soil. Phytopathology 65: 1120-1124.

  146. Linderman, R. G. and Shay, J. R. 1975. A review of ornamental plant pathology at OSU. Oregon Ornamental and Nursery Digest 19(1):1 8.

  147. Linderman, R. G. and Zeitoun, F. 1975. What about Phytophthora in the Pacific Northwest? Ornamentals Northwest 1(1):5 7.

    1974

  148. Allen, T. C., Linderman, R. G., McRae, E. A., and Fernald, K. 1974. Performance of virus free 'Enchantment' lilies. Lily Yb., N. Am. Lily Soc. 27:42 44.

  149. Linderman, R. G. 1974. The role of abscised Cylindrocladium infected azalea leaves in the epidemiology of Cylindrocladium wilt of azalea. Phytopathology 64: 481-485.

  150. Linderman, R. G. 1974. Ascospore discharge from perithecia of Calonectria theae, C. crotalariae, and C. kyotensis. Phytopathology 64:567 569.

  151. Smith, F. F. and Linderman, R. G. 1974. Damage to ornamental trees and shrubs resulting from oviposition by periodical cicada. Environmental Entomology 3:725-732.

  152. Linderman, R. G. Cylindrocladium disease of azaleas studied. Oregon Ornamental and Nursery Digest 18: 1 reprinted in Florists Review 155: 37.

  153. Linderman, R. G. 1974. Potential use of mycorrhizal fungi to enhance growth and adaptability of ornamental plants. International Plant Prop. Soc. Proc.: 86 91.

    1973

  154. Linderman, R. G. 1973. Occurrence of azalea petal blight in Connecticut. P1. Disease Reptr. 56:1101 1102. Also reprinted in Amer. Rhododendron. Soc. Q. Bull. 27(4):254 255.

  155. Linderman, R. G. 1973. Formation of microsclerotia of Cylindrocladium spp. in infected azalea leaves, flowers, and roots. Phytopathology 63:187 191.

  156. Linderman, R. G. and Gilbert, R. G. 1973. Influence of volatile compounds from alfalfa hay on microbial activity in soil in relation to growth of Sclerotium rolfsii. Phytopathology 63: 359-362.

  157. Linderman, R. G. and Gilbert, R. G. 1973. Behavior of sclerotia of Sclerotium rolfsii produced in soil or in culture regarding germination stimulation by volatiles, fungistasis, and sodium hypochlorite treatment. Phytopathology 63: 500-504.

    1972

  158. Alfieri, S. A., Jr., Linderman, R. G., Morrison, R. H. and Sobers, E. K. 1972. Comparative pathogenicity of Calonectria theae and Cylindroclanium scoparium to leaves and roots of azalea. Phytopathology 62: 647-739.

  159. Linderman, R. G. 1972. Isolation of Cylindrocladium from soil or infected azalea stems with azalea leaf traps. Phytopathology 62: 736 739.

    1971

  160. Gilbert, R. G. and Linderman, R. G. 1971. Increased activity of soil micro organisms near sclerotia of Sclerotium rolfsii in soil. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 17: 557-562

  161. Linderman, R. G. 1971. Growing Camellias. USDA H & G Bulletin No. 86. Disease Section.

  162. DeHertogh, A. A., Linderman, R. G. et. al. 1971. A guide to terminology for Easter Lilies (Lilium longiflorum Thunb.) HortScience 6(2):121 123

    1970

  163. Linderman, R. G. 1970. Plant residue decomposition products and their effects on host roots and root pathogenic fungi. In Symposium on Latest Developments in the Control of Disease Pest Complexes. Phytopathology 60:19 22.

    1969

  164. Linderman, R. G. and Gilbert, R. G. 1969. Stimulation of Sclerotium rolfsii in soil by volatile components of alfalfa hay. Phytopathology 59: 1366-1372.

    1968

  165. Toussoun, T. A., Weinhold, A. R., Linderman, R. G. and Patrick, Z. A. 1968. Nature of phytotoxic substances produced during plant residue decomposition in soil. Phytopathology 58: 41-45

  166. Linderman, R. G. and Toussoun, T. A. 1968. Breakdown in Thielaviopsis basicola root rot resistance in cotton by hydrocinnamic (3-phenylpropionic) acid. Phytopathology58:1431 1432.

  167. Linderman, R. G. and Toussoun, T. A. 1968. Predisposition to Thielaviopsis root rot of cotton by phytotoxins from decomposing barley residues. Phytopathology 58: 1571 1574.

  168. Linderman, R. G. and Toussoun, T. A. 1968. Pathogenesis of Thielaviopsis basicola in nonsterile soil. Phytopathology 58: 1578-1583.

    1967

  169. Linderman, R. G. and Toussoun, T. A. 1967. Behavior of chlamydospores and endoconidia of Thielaviopsis basicola in non sterilized soil. Phytopathology 57:729 731.

  170. Linderman, R. G. 1967. Behavior of Thielaviopsis basicola in natural soils with emphasis on the effects of products of decomposing plant residues. Ph.D. Thesis, 135 pp.



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