Publications

  • de Vries, J., de Vries, S., Slamovits, C.H., Rose, L.E., Archibald, J.M. (2017) How Embryophytic is the Biosynthesis of Phenylpropanoids and their Derivatives in Streptophyte Algae? Plant and Cell Physiology doi: 10.1093/pcp/pcx037.
  • de Vries, S., von Dahlen, J.K., Uhlmann, C., Schnake, A., Kloesges, T., Rose, L.E. (2017) Signatures of selection and host adapted gene expression of the Phytophthora infestans RNA-silencing suppressor PSR2. Molecular Plant Pathology 18: 110-124.
  • Ploch, S., Rose, L.E., Bass, D., Bonkowski, M. (2016) High diversity revealed in leaf associated Protists (Rhizaria: Cercozoa) of Brassicaceae. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 63. 635–641.
  • Heidel, A., Kiefer, C., Coupland, G., Rose, L.E. (2016) Pinpointing genes underlying annual/perennial transitions with comparative genomics. BMC Genomics 17:921.
  • de Vries, S., Kloesges, T., Rose, L. E. (2015) Evolutionarily Dynamic, but Robust, Targeting of Resistance Genes by the miR482/2118 Gene Family in the Solanaceae. Genome Biology and Evolution  7: 3307-3321.
  • Rauch, C., de Vries, J., Rommel, S., Rose, L. E., Woehle, C., Christa, G., Laetz, E. M., Waegele, H., Tielens, A. G. M., Nickelsen, J., Schumann, T., Jahns, P., Gould, S. B. (2015) Why it is time to look beyond algal genes in photosynthetic slugs. Genome Biology and Evolution 7: 2602-2607.
  • Grzeskowiak, L., W. Stephan, L. E. Rose (2014) Epistatic selection and coadaptation in the Prf resistance complex of wild tomato. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 27: 456-471
  • Mathew, L. A., Staab, P. A., Rose, L. E.,  Metzler, D. (2013) Why to account for finite-sites in population genetic studies and how to do this with Jaatha 2.0. Ecology and Evolution 3:2647-3662
  • Rose, L. E., S. Atwell, M. Grant, E. B. Holub (2012) Parallel loss-of-function at the RPM1 bacterial resistance locus in Arabidopsis thaliana. Frontiers in Plant Science. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2012.00287
  • Hörger, A. C., M. Ilyas, W. Stephan, A. Tellier, R. A. L. van der Hoorn, L. E. Rose (2012) Balancing selection at the tomato RCR3 guardee gene family maintains variation in strength of pathogen defense. PLoS Genetics 8: e1002813.
  • Gossmann, J.A., K. Markmann, A. Brachmann, L. E. Rose, M. Parniske (2012) Polymorphic infection and organogenesis patterns induced by a Rhizobium leguminosarum isolate from Lotus root nodules are determined by the host genotype. New Phytologist 196: 561-573.
  • Rose, L. E., L. Grzeskowiak, A. Hörger, M. Groth and W. Stephan (2011) Targets of selection in a disease resistance network in wild tomatoes. Molecular Plant Pathology 12: 921-927.
  • Naduvilezhath, L., L. E. Rose and D. M. Metzler (2011) Jaatha: A fast composite likelihood approach to estimate demographic parameters. Molecular Ecology 20: 2709–2723.
  • Tellier, A., P. Pfaffelhuber, B. Haubold, L. Naduvilezhath, L. E. Rose, T. Staedler, W. Stephan and D. Metzler (2011) Estimating parameters of speciation models based on refined summaries of the joint site-frequency spectrum. PLoS One 6: e18155.
  • Hall, S., R. L. Allen, R. Baumber, L. Baxter, P. D. Bittner-Eddy, K. Fisher, L. E. Rose, E. B. Holub and J. L. Beynon (2009) Maintenance of genetic variation in plants and pathogens involves complex network of gene-for-gene interactions. Molecular Plant Pathology 10: 449-457.
  • Allen, R. L., J. C. Meitz, R. E. Baumber, S. A. Hall, L. E. Rose, and J. L. Beynon (2008) Natural variation reveals key amino acids for recognition specificity between downy mildew effector and an Arabidopsis resistance gene. Molecular Plant Pathology 9: 511-523.
  • Rose, L. E., R. W. Michelmore and C. H. Langley (2007) Natural variation in the Pto pathogen resistance gene within species of wild tomato (Lycopersicon): II. Population Genetics of Pto. Genetics 175: 1307-1319.
  • Rose, L. E., C. H. Langley, A. J. Bernal and R. W. Michelmore (2005) Natural variation in the Pto pathogen resistance gene within species of wild tomato (Lycopersicon): I. Functional Analysis of Pto alleles. Genetics 171: 345-357.
  • Bernal, A., J. Pollack, Q. Pan, L. Rose, A. Kozik, N. Willits, M. Guittet, E. Kochetkova and R. Michelmore (2005) Functional analysis of the plant resistance gene Pto using DNA shuffling. Journal of Biological Chemistry 280: 23073-23083.
  • Rehmany, A. P., A. Gordon, L. E. Rose, R. L. Allen, M. R. Armstrong, S. C. Whisson, S. Kamoun, B. M. Tyler, P. R. J. Birch and J. L. Beynon (2005) Differential recognition of highly divergent downy mildew avirulence gene alleles by RPP1 genes from two Arabidopsis lines. Plant Cell 17: 1839-1850.
  • Allen, R. L., P. D. Bittner-Eddy, L. J. Grenville-Briggs, J. C. Meitz, A. P. Rehmany, L. E. Rose and J. L. Beynon (2004) Host-parasite co-evolutionary conflict between Arabidopsis and downy mildew. Science 306: 1957-1960.
  • Rose, L. E., P. D. Bittner-Eddy, C. H. Langley, E. B. Holub, R. W. Michelmore and J. L. Beynon (2004) The maintenance of extreme amino acid diversity at the disease resistance gene, RPP13, in Arabidopsis thaliana. Genetics 166: 1517-1527.
  • Roy, B. A., J. W. Kirchner, C. E. Christian and L. E. Rose (2001) High disease incidence and apparent disease tolerance in a North American Great Basin plant community. Evolutionary Ecology 14: 421-438.
  • Oudemans, P., H. M. Alexander, J. Antonovics, S. Altizer, P. H. Thrall and L. E. Rose (1998) The distribution of mating type bias in natural populations of the anther smut Ustilago violacea on Silene alba in Virginia. Mycologia 90: 372-381.
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