PUBLICATIONS

Book

Vector-Plant Pathogen Interactions. 2016. Brown, J.K. (Ed.) American Phytopathological Society Press, St Paul MN. 496 pp.

Text Book Chapter

Langham, M., and Brown, J.K. 2016. Plant Pathogenic Viruses. Chapter 14 in: Plant Pathology: Concepts and Laboratory Exercises, Third Edition, Editors: Trigiano and Ownley. Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. 576 pp.

Book Chapters

2016

Brown, J.K., Cicero, J.M., and Fisher, T.J. 2016.  Psyllid-transmitted Candidatus Liberibacter species infecting citrus and solanaceous hosts. Pages 399-422 in: Vector-Mediated Transmission of Plant Pathogens, (ed.) Brown, J.K. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN. 496 pp.

 

Cicero, J.M., and Brown, J.K. 2016. Bemisia tabaci-mediated transmission of begomoviruses: History and anatomical, biological, and cellular interactions.  Pages 211-230 in: Vector-Mediated Transmission of Plant Pathogens, (ed). Brown, J.K. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN. 496 pp.

2012

Brown, J. K., Fauquet, C. M., Briddon, R. W., Zerbini, M., Moriones, E., and Navas-Castillo, J. 2012. Geminiviridae. Pages 351-373 in: Virus taxonomy: classification and nomenclature of viruses: Ninth Report of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Ed: King, A.M.Q., Lefkowitz, E.J., Adams, M.J., and Carstens, E.B. San Diego Elsevier Academic Press, 1344 pp.

 

2010

Brown, J.K. 2010. Bemisia: Phylogenetic biology of the Bemisia tabaci sibling species group. Pages 31-67 in: Bemisia: Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest. Stansly, P.A. and S. E. Naranjo (eds.), Springer, Netherlands, 350pp. [html]

Czosnek, H., and Brown, J.K. 2010. The Whitefly Genome White Paper. Pages 503-532 in: Bemisia, Bio-nomics and Management of a Global Pest. Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest. Stansly, P.A. and S. E. Naranjo (eds.), Dordrecht-Springer, Amsterdam. 350pp. [html]

Gill, R. and Brown, J.K. 2010. Systematics of Bemisia and Bemisia relatives: Can molecular techniques solve the Bemisia tabaci complex conundrum--a Taxonomist’s viewpoint.  Pages 5-29 in: Bemisia: Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest. Stansly, P.A. and S. E. Naranjo (eds.), Springer, Dordrecht-Heidelberg-London-New York 350pp. [html]

 

Hadjistylli, M., Brown, J.K., and Roderick, G.K. 2010. Tools and recent progress in studying gene flow and population genetics of the Bemisia tabaci sibling species group. Pages 69-103 in: Bemisia: Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest. Stansly, P.A. and S. E. Naranjo (eds.), Dordrecht-Springer, Amsterdam. 350pp. [html]

2008

Brown, J.K. 2008. Plant Resistance to Viruses: Geminiviruses. Pages 164-170 in: Encyclopedia of Virology, 5 vols. (B.W.J. Mahy and M.H.V. Van Regenmortel, Editors), Oxford: Elsevier.

2007

Brown, J.K. 2007. The Bemisia tabaci species complex: Genetic and phenotypic variation and relevance to TYLCV-vector interactions. Pages 25-55 in: Tomato yellow leaf curl virus disease. Springer, New York and Tokyo. 447 pp.

2004

Brown, J.K. 2004. Tracing the Origins of Insect Pests, Vectors, and Natural Enemies. Pages 113-136 In: Ehlers L, Storza R, Mateille T, editors. Genetics, Evolution and Biological Control. CAB International. 260pp.

2002

Brown, J.K. and Czosnek, H. 2002. Whitefly transmission of plant viruses. Advances in Botanical Research 36: 65-100. Academic Press-Elsevier.

2001

Brown, J.K. 2001. The Molecular epidemiology of begomoviruses. Pages 279-316 in: Trends in Plant Virology (J. A. Khan and J. Dykstra), The Haworth Press, Inc., NY. 537pp.

1996

Brown, J.K. 1996. Chapter 5: Molecular biology and epidemiology of Subgroup III, Geminviridae. Pages 125-195 In: Plant-Microbe Interactions Review Series, G. Stacey and N. Keen, (eds) Chapman and Hall.

Reviews or Featured Articles

2016

Lammers, P., Huesemann, M., Boeing, W., Anderson, D.B., Arnold, R.G., Bai, X., Bohle, M., Brown, L., Brown, J.K., Downes, M.C., Ge, Y., Holladay, J.E., Khopkar, A., Laur, P., Marrone, B.L., Mott, J.B., Nirmalakhandan, K., Ogden, K., Parsons, R., Polle, J., Ryan, R.D., Sayre, R.T., Seger, M., Selvaratnam, T., Thomasson, A., and Olivares, J.A. 2016. Review of the cultivation program within the national alliance for advanced biofuels and bioproducts. Algal Res. DOI10.1016/j.algal.2016.11.021. [pdf] [html]

2015

Leke, W., Mignouna, D.B., Brown, J.K., and Kvarnheden, A. 2015. Begomovirus disease complex: Emerging virus diseases threat in vegetable production systems of West and Central Africa -A review. Agric. & Food Security 4:1. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s40066-014-0020-2. [pdf] [html]

2014

Espinoza-R., H.R., Rivera-C., J.M., Brown, J.K., and Weller, S. 2014. Manejo integrado de plagas de papa en Honduras. Serie Protección Vegetal Conociendo y combatiendo los enemigos de los cultivos. Fundación Hondureña De Investigación Agrícola, La Lima, Cortés, Honduras, C.A./USAID. [pdf] [html]

2010

Crosslin, J.M., Munyaneza, J.E., Brown, J.K., and Liefting, L.W. 2010. A history in the making: potato zebra chip disease associated with a new psyllid-borne bacterium – a tale of striped potatoes. APSNet January Feature: https://www.apsnet.org/publications/apsnetfeatures/Pages/PotatoZebraChip.aspx

Crosslin, J.M., Munyaneza, J.E., Brown, J.K., and Liefting, L.W. 2010. Potato “zebra chip” disease: a phytopathological tale. Plant Health Progress. http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/php/review/2010/zebra/

2007

Brown, J.K. 2007. The Bemisia tabaci complex: genetic and phenotypic variability drives begomovirus spread and virus diversification. Online. APSnet Features. doi: 10.1094/APSnetFeature-2007-0107. http://www.apsnet.org/publications/apsnetfeatures/Pages/BemisiatabaciComplex.aspx

2000

Brown, J.K. 2000. Molecular markers for the identification and global tracking of whitefly vector-begomovirus complexes. Virus Research 71:233-260. [pdf] [html]

1995

Brown, J. K., Frohlich, D., and Rosell, R.C. 1995. The sweet potato/silverleaf whiteflies: biotypes of Bemisia tabaci (Genn.), or a species complex? Ann. Rev. Entomology 40: 511-534. [pdf] [html]

1994

Brown, J.K. 1994. Current status of Bemisia tabaci (Genn.) as a pest and vector in world agroecosystems. FAO Plant Prot. Bull. 42: 3-32. [html]

1992

Brown, J.K. 1992. Virus diseases of cotton. Pages 275-330 in: Cotton Diseases. R. J. Hillocks, ed. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux International, Oxon, United Kingdom. 415 pp.

 

Brown, J.K. and Bird, J. 1992. Whitefly-transmitted geminiviruses in the Americas and the Caribbean Basin: past and present. Plant Dis. 76:220-225. [pdf]

1990

Brown, J.K. 1990. An update on the whitefly-transmitted geminiviruses in the Americas and the Caribbean Basin. FAO Plant Prot. Bull. 39:5-23.

Specialized Works

Brown, J.K. and Rodrigues, J.-C. 2017. National Plant Disease Recovery System Recovery Plan: Cowpea mild mottle virus complex. USDA-ARS Office of Pest Management Policy National Plant Disease Recovery System. http://www.ars.usda.gov/research/docs.htm?docid=14271.

Brown, J.K. 2016. National Plant Disease Recovery System Recovery Plan: Cotton leaf curl virus complex. USDA-ARS Office of Pest Management Policy National Plant Disease Recovery System. http://www.ars.usda.gov/research/docs.htm?docid=14271.

Journal Articles
2018

Hameed, U., Zia-Ur-Rehman, M., Ali, S. A., Haider, M.S., and Brown, J. K. 2018. Invasion of previously unreported dicot plant hosts by Chickpea chlorotic dwarf virus in Pakistan. Virus Dis. (in press).

 

Idris, A.M., Al-Saleh, M.A., and Brown, J.K. 2018. Minimal genomic variability between Merremia mosaic virus from endemic Merremia spp. and cultivated tomato in Puerto Rico, is indicative of a recent host shift. Virus Dis. DOI: 10.1007/s13337-017-0412-6. [pdf] [html]

Park, S. H., Kyndt, J., Starkenburg, S., and Brown, J.K. 2018. Adaptive evolution of an Auxenochlorella protothecoides strain under low-phosphate conditions results in altered gene expression and increased biomass. PLoS One. (accepted, with revision).

2017

Ahmad, A., Zia-Ur-Rehman, M., Hameed, U., Qayyum Rao, A., Ahad, A., Yasmeen, A., Akram, F., Bajwa, K.S., Scheffler, J., Nasir, I.A., Shahid, A.A., and Brown, J.K. 2017. Engineered disease resistance in cotton using RNA-interference to knock down Cotton leaf curl Kokhran virus-Burewala and Cotton leaf curl Multan betasatellite expression. Viruses 9:(9) 257. [pdf] [html]

Alabi, O.J., Al Rwahnih, M., Jifon, J., Sétamou, M., Brown, J.K., Gregg, L., and Park, J.W. 2017. A mixed infection of Lettuce chlorosis virus, Papaya ringspot virus, and Tomato yellow leaf curl virus-IL detected in a Texas papaya orchard affected by a virus-like disease outbreak. Plant Disease 101:1094-1102. [pdf] [html]

Andreason, S., Arif, M., Brown, J.K., Ochoa-Corona, F., Fletcher, J., and Wayandande, A. 2017. Single-target and multiplex discrimination of whiteflies (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) Bemisia tabaci and Trialeurodes vaporariorum using modified priming oligonucleotide thermodynamics. J. Econ. Entomol.,2017,1-10. https://doi.org/10.1093/jee/tox125. [pdf] [html]

Brown, J.K., Zia Ur-Rehmanb, M., Avelar, S., Chingandu, N., Hameed, U., Haider, S., and Ilyas, M. 2017.  Molecular diagnostic development for two begomovirus-betasatellite complexes undergoing diversification: A case study. Virus Res. 4:14. [pdf] [html]

Chingandu, N., Kouakou, K., Aka, R., Ameyaw, G., Gutierrez, O.A., and Brown, J.K. 2017a.  The proposed new species, Cacao red vein virus, and three previously recognized badnaviruses are associated with cacao swollen shoot disease. Virol. J. 14:199. [pdf] [html]

Chingandu, N., Kouakou, K., Aka, R., Guttierez, O. A., and Brown, J. K.  2017b. Unexpected genome variability at multiple loci suggests Cacao swollen shoot virus comprises multiple, divergent molecular variants. J Emerg Virol Dis 3(1): doi http://dx.doi.org/10.16966/2473-1846.128. [pdf] [html]

Chingandu, N., Zia-Ur-Rehman, M., Sreenivasan, T.N., Surujdeo-Maharaj, S., Umaharan, P., Guttierez, O.A., and Brown, J.K. 2017. Previously-elusive badnaviruses associated with symptomatic cacao in Trinidad, the first cacao-infecting viruses in the New World. Arch. Virol. 162(5):1363–1371. [pdf] [html]

Cicero, J.M., Fisher, T.W., Qureshi, J.A., Stansly, P.A., and Brown, J.K. 2017. Colonization and intrusive invasion of potato psyllid by ‘Ca. Liberibacter solanacearum’. Phytopathology 107:36-49. [pdf] [html]

Masood, M., Amin, I., Hassan, I., Mansoor, S., Brown, J.K., and Briddon R.W. 2017. Diversity and distribution of the Bemisia tabaci complex in Pakistan. J. Econ. Entomol. doi: 10.1093/jee/tox221. [pdf] [html]

Rosiles-González, G., Ávila-Torres, G., Moreno-Valenzuela, O.A., Acosta-González, G., Leal-Bautista, R.M., Grimaldo-Hernández, C.D., Brown, J.K., Chaidez-Quiroz, C., Betancourt, W.Q., Gerba, G.P., and Hernández-Zepeda, C. 2017. Occurrence of Pepper mild mottle virus (PMMoV) in groundwater from a karst aquifer system in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.  Food Environ. Virol. DOI 10.1007/s12560-017-9309-1. [pdf] [html]

Tang, Y.F., He, Z.F., Brown, J.K., She, X.M., and Lan, G.B. 2017. Molecular characterization of a novel bipartite begomovirus isolated from Lycianthes biflora in China. Arch. Virol. Pages 1-4. doi:10.1007/s00705-017-3333-1. [pdf] [html]

Vyas, M., Raza, A., Ali, A.M., Ashraf, M.A., Mansoor, S., Ahmad, A.S., and Brown, J.K. 2017. Knock down of whitefly gut gene expression and mortality by orally delivered gut gene-specific dsRNA. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0168921, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.016892. [pdf] [html]

Xie, W., Chen, C., Yang, Z., Guo, L., Yang, X., Wang, D., Chen, M., Huang, J., Wen, Y., Zeng, Y., Liu, Y., Xia, J., Tian, L., Cui, H., Wu, Q., Wang, S., Xu, B., Li, X., Xinqiu Tan, X., Ghanim, M., Qiu, B., Pan, H., Chu, D., Delatte, H., Maruthi, M.N., Ge, F., Zhou,X., Wang, X., Wan, F., Du, Y., Luo, C., Yan, F., Preisser, E.L., Jiao, X., Coates, B. S., Zhao, J., Gao, Q., Xia, J., Yin, Y., Yong Liu, Y., Brown, J.K., Zhou, X., and Zhang, Y. 2017. Genome sequencing of the sweetpotato whitefly Bemisia tabaci MED/Q.  GigaScience 6, 2017, doi: 10.1093/gigascience/gix018/. Supporting data for Genome sequencing of the sweetpotato whitefly Bemisia tabaci MED/Q, GigaScience Database  http://dx.doi.org/10.5524/100286. [pdf] [html]

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Short Communications
Disease Notes

2018

Ilyas, M., Avelar, S., Schuch, U.K., and Brown, J.K. 2018. First report of an emaravirus associated with witches broom disease and eriophyid mite infestations of the blue palo verde tree in Arizona. Plant Dis. (in press). https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-01-18-0124-PDN. [pdf] [html]

2017

Hameed, U., Zia-Ur-Rehman, M., Ali, S.A., Haider, M.S., Herrmann, H.W., and Brown, J.K. 2017. First report of Chickpea chlorotic dwarf virus infecting cucumber in Pakistan. Plant Dis. http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-11-16-1633-PDN. [html]

Ur-Rehman, Zia, M., Hameed, U., Ali, S.A., Haider, M.S., and Brown, J.K. 2017. First report of Chickpea chlorotic dwarf virus infecting okra in Pakistan. Plant Dis. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-11-16-1626-PDN. [html]

Yasmin, S., Raja, N.I., Hameed, S., and Brown, J.K. 2017. First association of Pedilanthus leaf curl, Papaya leaf curl, Cotton leaf curl Kokhran viruses, and Papaya leaf curl betasatellite with symptomatic chilli pepper in Pakistan. Plant Dis. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-06-17-0883-PDN. [html]

 

2016

Alabi, O.J., Al Rwahnih, M., Brown, J.K., Idris, A.M., Gregg, L., Kmieciak, E., Sétamou, M., and Jifon, J.L. 2016. First report of papaya naturally-infected with the introduced Tomato yellow leaf curl virus-IL. Plant Dis. 100:1959. http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-04-16-0469-PDN. [html]

Leke, W.N., Mignouna, D.B., Brown, J.K., Fondong, V.N. 2016. First report of Soybean chlorotic blotch virus and West African Asystasia virus infecting cassava and a wild cassava relative in Cameroon and Togo. New Disease Reports 33:24. http://dx.doi.org/10.5197/j.2044-0588.2016.033.024. [html]

Leke, W., Mignouna, D.B., Brown, J.K., and Fondong, V.N. 2016. First report of Chayote yellow mosaic virus infecting bitter melon Momordica charantia exhibiting yellow mosaic symptoms in Benin, Nigeria and Togo. Plant Dis 100: 1031. http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-11-15-1276-PDN. [html]

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