Entomology and Plant Pathology
Dr. Mark Windham, Professor
Windham, M. T., R. N. Trigiano and W. T. Witte. 2004. Powdery mildew resistant plants. U.S. Patent. 6,677,510 B2. Issued Jan. 13
Windham, M. T., R. N. Trigiano, and W. T. Witte. 2002. Dogwood tree named 'Karen’s Appalachian Blush'. Plant Patent 13,165 P2. Issued Nov. 5.
Windham, M. T., R. N. Trigiano, and W. T. Witte. 2002. Dogwood tree named 'Kay’s Appalachian Mist'. Plant Patent 13,098 P2. Issued Oct. 26.
Windham, M. T., R. N. Trigiano, and W. T. Witte. 2002. Dogwood tree named 'Jean’s Appalachian Snow'. Plant Patent 13,099 P2. Issued Oct. 26.Journal Articles and Books (last five years):
Li, Y. H., M. T. Windham, R. N. Trigiano, D. C. Fare, J. M. Spiers, and W. E. Copes. 2005. Spore germination, infection structure formation and colony development of Erysiphe pulchra on dogwood leaves and glass slides. Plant Dis. 89:1301-1304.
Windham, M. T., R. N. Trigiano, and A. S. Windham. 2005. Susceptibility of Cornus species to two genera of powdery mildew. J. of Environ. Hort. 23:190-192.
Trigiano, R. N., M. H. Ament, M. T. Windham and J. K. Moulton. 2004. Genetic profiling of red-bracted Cornus kousa cultivars indicates significant cultivar synonomy. HortScience 39. 489-492.
Trigiano, R. N., M. T. Windham and A. S. Windham. (Editors). 2004. Plant Pathology Concepts and Laboratory Exercises. CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL 33431. 413 pp.
Wiggians, G.J., Grant. J.F., M.T. Windham, R.A. Vance, B. Rutherford, R. Klein, K. Johnson and G. Taylor. 2004. Associations between causal agents of the beech bark disease complex [Cryptococcus fagisuga (Homoptera: Cryptococcidae) and Nectria spp.] in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Environ. Entomol. 33:1274-1281.
Windham, M. T., W. T. Witte and R. N. Trigiano. 2003. Three white-bracted cultivars of Cornus florida that are resistant to powdery mildew. HortScience. 38:1253-1255.
Augé, R. M., M. T. Windham, J. L. Moore, W. T. Witte, E. Kubikova, W. E. Klingeman, R. M. Evans and J. Reiss. 2002. Testing stress-resistant kousa dogwoods. J. Environ. Hort.20: 143-147.
Caetano-Anollés, G. , R. N. Trigiano, and M. T. Windham. 2001. Patterns of evolution in Discula fungi and the origin of dogwood anthracnose in North America, studied using arbitrarily amplified and ribosomal DNA. Current Genetics. 39: 346-354.
Gompert, L., M. Windham, and S. Hamilton. 2001. Evaluation of disease resistance among 57 cultivars of Zinnia elegans. HortTechnology. 11:71-74.
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