Charles Cowden

  1. Tassone, E.A., C.C. Cowden, J.J. Hull and S.J. Castle. In press. Transcriptomes of four xylem feeding insects responsible for transmitting Pierce’s Disease in Arizona vineyards. GigaScience.
  2. Castle, S.J., J. Palumbo, P. Merten, C.C. Cowden, D. Spurgeon, and N. Prabhaker. In press. Effects of foliar and systemic insecticides on whitefly transmission and incidence of Cucurbit Yellow Stunting Disorder Virus. Pest Management Science.
  3. Shefferson, R.P. and C.C. Cowden. In press. Senescence in the wild: plant-fungal symbioses. Pages XX-YY in Shefferson, R.P., R. Salguero-Gomez, and O. Jones (eds). The Evolution of Senescence in the Tree of Life. Cambridge University Press.
  4. Mohan, J.E., C.C. Cowden, P. Baas, A. Dawadi, P. Frankson, K. Helmick, S. Khan, A. Lang, M. Machmuller, and M. Taylor. 2014. Mycorrhizal mediation of ecosystem responses to global change. Fungal Ecology 10: 3-19.
  5. Bunch, W.D., C.C. Cowden, N. Wurzburger, and R.P. Shefferson. 2013. Geography and soil nutrients drive the distribution of fungal associations in a lady’s slipper orchid, Cypripedium acaule. Botany (formerly Canadian Journal of Botany) 91:850-856.
  6. Cowden, C.C. and R.P. Shefferson. 2013. Diversity of root-associated fungi of mature Habenaria radiata and Epipactis thunbergii colonizing manmade wetlands in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. Mycoscience 54:327-334.
  7. Cowden, C.C. and Peterson, C.J. 2013. Ectomycorrhizal fungi colonizing Pinus strobus (Pinaceae) seedlings following catastrophic windthrow in northern Georgia, U. S. A. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43:215-233.
  8. Cowden, C.C. 2011. Game theory, evolutionary stable strategies and the evolution of biological interactions. Nature Education Knowledge 3(3):6.
  9. Shefferson, R.P., C.C. Cowden, M.K. McCormick, T. Yukawa, Y. Ogura-Tsujita, and T. Hashimoto. 2010. Evolution of host breadth in broad interactions: mycorrhizal specificity in East Asian and North American rattlesnake plantains (Goodyera spp.) and their fungal hosts. Molecular Ecology 19:3008-3017.
  10. Cowden, C.C. and Peterson, C. J. 2009. A multi-mutualist simulation: Applying biological market models to diverse mycorrhizal communities. Ecological Modelling 220:1522-1533.

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