Kari Peter

Assistant Research Professor of Tree Fruit Pathology

Kari Peter

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Virulence Fruit Apples Fruits Erwinia Amylovora Malus Proteins Genes Mutation Colletotrichum Protein Proteomics Viruses Mutant Phenotype Arginine Bacteria Yeast Vegetation Listeria Monocytogenes Citrullus Colocynthis Prunus Domestica Mutants Fungi Plasmids

Most Recent Papers

Evaluation of fungicide programs to control apple scab, sooty blotch, and flyspeck on ‘Cameo’ apples , 2015

Kari Peter, Brian Lehman, Plant Disease Management Reports

Evaluation of fungicide programs to manage peach brown rot and Rhizopus rot on ‘Loring’ peaches, 2016

Kari Peter, Brian Lehman, Plant Disease Management Reports

Evaluation of fungicide programs f or control of apple scab, cedar apple rust, and summer di seases on ‘Rome Beauty’ apples in Pennsylvania, 2014

Kari Peter, Brian Lehman, Plant Disease Management Reports

Fungicide Sensitivity of Colletotrichum Species Causing Bitter Rot of Apple in the Mid-Atlantic U.S.A.

Phillip L. Martin, Teresa Krawczyk, Kristen Pierce, Catherine Thomas, Fatemeh Khodadadi, Srd An G. Aćimović, Kari A. Peter, 2022, Plant Disease on p. 549-563

Genetic Diversity of Listeria monocytogenes Isolated From Three Commercial Tree Fruit Packinghouses and Evidence of Persistent and Transient Contamination

Yi Chen, Tobin Simonetti, Kari Anne Peter, Qing Jin, Eric Brown, Luke F. LaBorde, Dumitru Macarisin, 2022, Frontiers in Microbiology

The Decay and Fungal Succession of Apples with Bitter Rot Across a Vegetation Diversity Gradient

Phillip L. Martin, William L. King, Terrence H. Bell, Kari Anne Peter, 2022, Phytobiomes Journal on p. 26-34

Prevalence and Distribution of Listeria monocytogenes in Three Commercial Tree Fruit Packinghouses

Tobin Simonetti, Kari Peter, Yi Chen, Qing Jin, Guodong Zhang, Luke F. LaBorde, Dumitru Macarisin, 2021, Frontiers in Microbiology

Bitter rot of apple in the mid-atlantic united states

Phillip L. Martin, Teresa Krawczyk, Fatemeh Khodadadi, Srdan G. Aćimović, Kari A. Peter, 2021, Phytopathology on p. 966-981

Quantification of colletotrichum fioriniae in orchards and deciduous forests indicates it is primarily a leaf endophyte

Phillip L. Martin, Kari A. Peter, 2021, Phytopathology on p. 333-344

Fungicide sensitivity of Colletotrichum species causing bitter rot of apple in the Mid-Atlantic United States

P Martin, T Krawczyk, K Pierce, C Thomas, F Khodadadi, S Acimovic, K Peter, 2021, Plant Disease

Most-Cited Papers

Yeasts associated with plums and their potential for controlling brown rot after harvest

Wojciech J. Janisiewicz, Wayne M. Jurick, Kari A. Peter, Cletus P. Kurtzman, Jeffrey S. Buyer, 2014, Yeast on p. 207-218

Discovery and Targeted LC-MS/MS of Purified Polerovirus Reveals Differences in the Virus-Host Interactome Associated with Altered Aphid Transmission

Michelle Cilia, Kari A. Peter, Michael S. Bereman, Kevin Howe, Tara Fish, Dawn Smith, Fredrick Gildow, Michael J. MacCoss, Theodore W. Thannhauser, Stewart M. Gray, 2012, PLoS One

Identification and characterization of Colletotrichum species causing apple bitter rot in New York and description of C. noveboracense sp. nov.

Fatemeh Khodadadi, Jonathan B. González, Phillip L. Martin, Emily Giroux, Guillaume J. Bilodeau, Kari A. Peter, Vinson P. Doyle, Srđan G. Aćimović, 2020, Scientific Reports

Culturable bacteria from plum fruit surfaces and their potential for controlling brown rot after harvest

Wojciech J. Janisiewicz, Wayne M. Jurick, Ivana Vico, Kari Anne Peter, Jeffrey S. Buyer, 2013, Postharvest Biology and Technology on p. 145-151

Characterization of postharvest fungicide-resistant botrytis cinerea isolates from commercially stored apple fruit

Wayne M. Jurick, Otilia Macarisin, Verneta L. Gaskins, Eunhee Park, Jiujiang Yu, Wojciech Janisiewicz, Kari A. Peter, 2017, Phytopathology on p. 362-368

Mutation of the Erwinia amylovora argD gene causes arginine auxotrophy, nonpathogenicity in apples, and reduced virulence in pears

Laura S. Ramos, Brian L. Lehman, Kari A. Peter, Timothy W. McNellis, 2014, Applied and Environmental Microbiology on p. 6739-6749

An Erwinia amylovora yjeK mutant exhibits reduced virulence, increased chemical sensitivity and numerous environmentally dependent proteomic alterations

Sara M. Klee, Islam Mostafa, Sixue Chen, Craig Dufresne, brian L. Lehman, Judith P. Sinn, Kari A. Peter, Timothy W. McNellis, 2018, Molecular Plant Pathology on p. 1667-1678

Erwinia amylovora auxotrophic mutant exometabolomics and virulence on apples

Sara M. Klee, Judith P. Sinn, Melissa Finley, Erik L. Allman, Philip B. Smith, Osaretin Aimufua, Viji Sitther, Brian L. Lehman, Teresa Krawczyk, Kari A. Peter, Timothy W. McNellis, 2019, Applied and Environmental Microbiology

First report of penicillium crustosum causing blue mold on stored apple fruit in Serbia

I. Vico, V. Gaskins, N. Duduk, Miljan Vasić, J. J. Yu, K. A. Peter, W. M. Jurick, 2014, Plant Disease

Blistering1 modulates penicillium expansum virulence via vesicle-mediated protein secretion

Wayne M. Jurick, Hui Peng, Hunter S. Beard, Wesley M. Garrett, Franz J. Lichtner, Dianiris Luciano-Rosario, Otilia Macarisin, Yingjian Liu, Kari A. Peter, Verneta L. Gaskins, Tianbao Yang, Joseph Mowery, Gary Bauchan, Nancy P. Keller, Bret Cooper, 2020, Molecular and Cellular Proteomics on p. 344-361