Timothy McNellis

Associate Professor of Plant Pathology & Environmental Microbiology

Timothy McNellis

Research Summary

Genetics, molecular biology and physiology of plant interactions with phytopathogenic bacteria. Signal transduction events involved in plant disease resistance. Genetic control of plant hypersensitive cell death.

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Erwinia Amylovora Virulence Malus Genes Phenotype Apples Gene Expression Mutation Mutant Proteins Proteomics Fruit Mutants Arginine Gene Lipids Plasmids Pyrus Plastoquinone Pathogenicity Factor Ef P Chloroplasts Pathogens Protein Population

Most Recent Papers

Flowering locus t chimeric protein induces floral precocity in edible citrus

Judith P. Sinn, Jeremy B. Held, Chad Vosburg, Sara M. Klee, Vladimir Orbovic, Earl L. Taylor, Tim R. Gottwald, Ed Stover, Gloria A. Moore, Timothy W. McNellis, 2020, Plant Biotechnology Journal

Extragenic suppression of elongation factor P gene mutant phenotypes in erwinia amylovora

Sara M. Klee, Judith P. Sinn, Aleah C. Holmes, Brian L. Lehman, Teresa Krawczyk, Kari A. Peter, Timothy W. McNellis, 2019, Journal of Bacteriology

Erwinia amylovora auxotrophic mutant exometabolomics and virulence on apples

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

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 Pawloski Sinn, Kari Anne Peter, Timothy W. McNellis, 2018, Molecular Plant Pathology on p. 1667-1678

Identification of apple miRNAs and their potential role in fire blight resistance

Elżbieta Kaja, Michał W. Szcześniak, Philip J. Jensen, Michael Axtell, Timothy W. McNellis, Izabela Makałowska, 2015, Tree Genetics and Genomes

Erwinia amylovora pyrC mutant causes fire blight despite pyrimidine auxotrophy

L. S. Ramos, Judith Pawloski Sinn, B. L. Lehman, E. E. Pfeufer, Kari Anne Peter, Timothy W. McNellis, 2015, Letters in Applied Microbiology on p. 572-579

Mapping in an apple (Malus x domestica) F<sub>1</sub> segregating population based on physical clustering of differentially expressed genes

Philip J. Jensen, Gennaro Fazio, Naomi Altman, Craig Praul, Timothy W. McNellis, 2014, BMC Genomics

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

The fire blight pathogen Erwinia amylovora requires the rpoN gene for pathogenicity in apple

Laura S. Ramos, Brian L. Lehman, Judith Pawloski Sinn, Emily E. Pfeufer, Noemi O. Halbrendt, Timothy W. McNellis, 2013, Molecular Plant Pathology on p. 838-843

Knockdown of FIBRILLIN4 gene expression in apple decreases plastoglobule plastoquinone content

Dharmendra K. Singh, Tatiana N. Laremore, Philip B. Smith, Siela N. Maximova, Timothy W. McNellis, 2012, PLoS One

Most-Cited Papers

Rootstock-regulated gene expression patterns associated with fire blight resistance in apple

Philip J. Jensen, Noemi Halbrendt, Gennaro Fazio, Izabela Makalowska, Naomi Altman, Craig Praul, Siela N. Maximova, Henry K. Ngugi, Robert M. Crassweller, James W. Travis, Timothy W. McNellis, 2012, BMC Genomics

Identification of apple miRNAs and their potential role in fire blight resistance

Elżbieta Kaja, Michał W. Szcześniak, Philip J. Jensen, Michael Axtell, Timothy W. McNellis, Izabela Makałowska, 2015, Tree Genetics and Genomes

Knockdown of FIBRILLIN4 gene expression in apple decreases plastoglobule plastoquinone content

Dharmendra K. Singh, Tatiana N. Laremore, Philip B. Smith, Siela N. Maximova, Timothy W. McNellis, 2012, PLoS One

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

Mapping in an apple (Malus x domestica) F<sub>1</sub> segregating population based on physical clustering of differentially expressed genes

Philip J. Jensen, Gennaro Fazio, Naomi Altman, Craig Praul, Timothy W. McNellis, 2014, BMC Genomics

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 Pawloski Sinn, Kari Anne 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 Pawloski Sinn, Melissa Finley, Erik L. Allman, Philip B. Smith, Osaretin Aimufua, Viji Sitther, Brian L. Lehman, Teresa Krawczyk, Kari Anne Peter, Timothy W. McNellis, 2019, Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Erwinia amylovora pyrC mutant causes fire blight despite pyrimidine auxotrophy

L. S. Ramos, Judith Pawloski Sinn, B. L. Lehman, E. E. Pfeufer, Kari Anne Peter, Timothy W. McNellis, 2015, Letters in Applied Microbiology on p. 572-579

The fire blight pathogen Erwinia amylovora requires the rpoN gene for pathogenicity in apple

Laura S. Ramos, Brian L. Lehman, Judith Pawloski Sinn, Emily E. Pfeufer, Noemi O. Halbrendt, Timothy W. McNellis, 2013, Molecular Plant Pathology on p. 838-843

Extragenic suppression of elongation factor P gene mutant phenotypes in erwinia amylovora

Sara M. Klee, Judith P. Sinn, Aleah C. Holmes, Brian L. Lehman, Teresa Krawczyk, Kari A. Peter, Timothy W. McNellis, 2019, Journal of Bacteriology