David M. Geiser
David M. Geiser
Professor of Plant Pathology, Penn State University
Verified email at psu.edu
TitleCited byYear
A higher-level phylogenetic classification of the Fungi
DS Hibbett, M Binder, JF Bischoff, M Blackwell, PF Cannon, OE Eriksson, ...
Mycological research 111 (5), 509-547, 2007
A metagenomic survey of microbes in honey bee colony collapse disorder
DL Cox-Foster, S Conlan, EC Holmes, G Palacios, JD Evans, NA Moran, ...
Science 318 (5848), 283-287, 2007
Phylogenetic species recognition and species concepts in fungi
JW Taylor, DJ Jacobson, S Kroken, T Kasuga, DM Geiser, DS Hibbett, ...
Fungal genetics and biology 31 (1), 21-32, 2000
Reconstructing the early evolution of Fungi using a six-gene phylogeny
TY James, F Kauff, CL Schoch, PB Matheny, V Hofstetter, CJ Cox, G Celio, ...
Nature 443 (7113), 818, 2006
Molecular evidence for the early colonization of land by fungi and plants
DS Heckman, DM Geiser, BR Eidell, RL Stauffer, NL Kardos, SB Hedges
Science 293 (5532), 1129-1133, 2001
FUSARIUM-ID v. 1.0: a DNA sequence database for identifying Fusarium
DM Geiser, M del Mar Jiménez-Gasco, S Kang, I Makalowska, ...
European Journal of Plant Pathology 110 (5-6), 473-479, 2004
Genealogical concordance between the mating type locus and seven other nuclear genes supports formal recognition of nine phylogenetically distinct species within the Fusarium …
K O’Donnell, TJ Ward, DM Geiser, HC Kistler, T Aoki
Fungal genetics and biology 41 (6), 600-623, 2004
Agrobacterium-Mediated Transformation of Fusarium oxysporum: An Efficient Tool for Insertional Mutagenesis and Gene Transfer
ED Mullins, X Chen, P Romaine, R Raina, DM Geiser, S Kang
Phytopathology 91 (2), 173-180, 2001
Cryptic speciation and recombination in the aflatoxin-producing fungus Aspergillus flavus
DM Geiser, JI Pitt, JW Taylor
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (1), 388-393, 1998
The Ascomycota tree of life: a phylum-wide phylogeny clarifies the origin and evolution of fundamental reproductive and ecological traits
CL Schoch, GH Sung, F López-Giráldez, JP Townsend, J Miadlikowska, ...
Systematic biology 58 (2), 224-239, 2009
A multi-locus phylogeny for Phytophthora utilizing markers derived from complete genome sequences
JE Blair, MD Coffey, SY Park, DM Geiser, S Kang
Fungal Genetics and Biology 45 (3), 266-277, 2008
Global molecular surveillance reveals novel Fusarium head blight species and trichothecene toxin diversity
DE Starkey, TJ Ward, T Aoki, LR Gale, HC Kistler, DM Geiser, H Suga, ...
Fungal genetics and biology 44 (11), 1191-1204, 2007
An adaptive evolutionary shift in Fusarium head blight pathogen populations is driving the rapid spread of more toxigenic Fusarium graminearum in North America
TJ Ward, RM Clear, AP Rooney, K O’Donnell, D Gaba, S Patrick, ...
Fungal Genetics and Biology 45 (4), 473-484, 2008
The evolutionary biology and population genetics underlying fungal strain typing
JW Taylor, DM Geiser, A Burt, V Koufopanou
Clinical microbiology reviews 12 (1), 126-146, 1999
The genome of Nectria haematococca: contribution of supernumerary chromosomes to gene expansion
JJ Coleman, SD Rounsley, M Rodriguez-Carres, A Kuo, CC Wasmann, ...
PLoS genetics 5 (8), e1000618, 2009
A five-gene phylogeny of Pezizomycotina
JW Spatafora, GH Sung, D Johnson, C Hesse, B O’Rourke, M Serdani, ...
Mycologia 98 (6), 1018-1028, 2006
Preserving accuracy in GenBank
MI Bidartondo
Science 319 (5870), 1616-1616, 2008
The current status of species recognition and identification in Aspergillus
DM Geiser, MA Klich, JC Frisvad, SW Peterson, J Varga, RA Samson
Studies in mycology 59, 1-10, 2007
Molecular phylogenetic diversity, multilocus haplotype nomenclature, and in vitro antifungal resistance within the Fusarium solani species complex
K O'Donnell, DA Sutton, A Fothergill, D McCarthy, MG Rinaldi, ME Brandt, ...
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 46 (8), 2477-2490, 2008
The Amsterdam declaration on fungal nomenclature
DL Hawksworth, PW Crous, SA Redhead, DR Reynolds, RA Samson, ...
IMA fungus 2 (1), 105-111, 2011
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