Lori R. Shapiro
Lori R. Shapiro
Post Doctoral Research Fellow in Biology
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The evolution of food preferences in Coccinellidae
JA Giorgi, NJ Vandenberg, JV McHugh, JA Forrester, SA Ślipiński, ...
Biological Control 51 (2), 215-231, 2009
1602009
Pathogen effects on vegetative and floral odours mediate vector attraction and host exposure in a complex pathosystem
L Shapiro, CM De Moraes, AG Stephenson, MC Mescher
Ecology Letters 15 (12), 1430-1438, 2012
752012
Evolutionary determinants of host and vector manipulation by plant viruses
KE Mauck, Q Chesnais, LR Shapiro
Advances in virus research 101, 189-250, 2018
302018
Rhizosphere‐associated Pseudomonas induce systemic resistance to herbivores at the cost of susceptibility to bacterial pathogens
CH Haney, CL Wiesmann, LR Shapiro, RA Melnyk, LR O'Sullivan, ...
Molecular ecology 27 (8), 1833-1847, 2018
252018
Disease interactions in a shared host plant: effects of pre-existing viral infection on cucurbit plant defense responses and resistance to bacterial wilt disease
LR Shapiro, L Salvaudon, KE Mauck, H Pulido, CM De Moraes, ...
PLoS One 8 (10), 2013
252013
Bacterial wilt of cucurbits: resurrecting a classic pathosystem
ES Rojas, JC Batzer, GA Beattie, SJ Fleischer, LR Shapiro, MA Williams, ...
Plant disease 99 (5), 564-574, 2015
242015
The role of citizen science in addressing grand challenges in food and agriculture research
SF Ryan, NL Adamson, A Aktipis, LK Andersen, R Austin, L Barnes, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1891), 20181977, 2018
232018
Horizontal Gene Acquisitions, Mobile Element Proliferation, and Genome Decay in the Host-Restricted Plant Pathogen Erwinia Tracheiphila
LR Shapiro, ED Scully, TJ Straub, J Park, AG Stephenson, GA Beattie, ...
Genome biology and evolution 8 (3), 649-664, 2016
222016
Dynamics of short-and long-term association between a bacterial plant pathogen and its arthropod vector
LR Shapiro, I Seidl-Adams, CM De Moraes, AG Stephenson, MC Mescher
Scientific reports 4, 4155, 2014
202014
Back to the origin: in situ studies are needed to understand selection during crop diversification
YH Chen, LR Shapiro, B Benrey, A Cibrián-Jaramillo
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 125, 2017
172017
Genomic Insights into Xylella fastidiosa Interactions with Plant and Insect Hosts
AC Retchless, F Labroussaa, L Shapiro, DC Stenger, SE Lindow, ...
Genomics of plant-associated Bacteria, 177-202, 2014
162014
Draft genome sequence of Erwinia tracheiphila, an economically important bacterial pathogen of cucurbits
LR Shapiro, ED Scully, D Roberts, TJ Straub, SM Geib, J Park, ...
Genome Announc. 3 (3), e00482-15, 2015
112015
Chemically-mediated Interactions among Cucurbits, Insects and Microbes
LR Shapiro, KM Mauck
Chemical Ecology of Insects, 63-98, 2018
10*2018
A to ZYMV guide to Erwinia tracheiphila infection: An ecological and molecular study
L Shapiro
The Pennsylvania State University, 2012
82012
An introduced crop plant is driving diversification of the virulent bacterial pathogen Erwinia tracheiphila
LR Shapiro, JN Paulson, BJ Arnold, ED Scully, O Zhaxybayeva, ...
mBio 9 (5), e01307-18, 2018
72018
Dynamics of short-and long-term association between a bacterial plant pathogen and its arthropod vector. Sci Rep 4: 4155
LR Shapiro, I Seidl-Adams, C De Moraes, A Stephenson, M Mescher
52014
Complete genome sequence of EtG, the first phage sequenced from Erwinia tracheiphila
A Andrade-Domínguez, R Kolter, LR Shapiro
Genome Announc. 6 (8), e00127-18, 2018
32018
Draft genome sequence of an Erwinia tracheiphila isolate from an infected muskmelon (Cucumis melo)
LR Shapiro, A Andrade, ED Scully, J Rocha, JN Paulson, R Kolter
Microbiol Resour Announc 7 (17), e01058-18, 2018
22018
Enrichment of Verrucomicrobia, Actinobacteria and Burkholderiales drives selection of bacterial community from soil by maize roots in a traditional milpa agroecosystem
E Aguirre-von-Wobeser, J Rocha-Estrada, LR Shapiro, M de la Torre
PloS one 13 (12), 2018
22018
From morphogenesis to pathogenesis: A cellulose loosening protein is one of the most widely distributed tools in nature
WR Chase, O Zhaxybayeva, J Rocha, DJ Cosgrove, LR Shapiro
bioRxiv, 637728, 2019
12019
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