Chase G. Mayers
Chase G. Mayers
Teaching Support Specialist, School of Integrated Plant Science, Cornell University
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Three genera in the Ceratocystidaceae are the respective symbionts of three independent lineages of ambrosia beetles with large, complex mycangia
CG Mayers, DL McNew, TC Harrington, RA Roeper, SW Fraedrich, ...
Fungal Biology 119 (11), 1075-1092, 2015
Ambrosiella roeperi sp. nov. is the mycangial symbiont of the granulate ambrosia beetle, Xylosandrus crassiusculus
TC Harrington, D McNew, C Mayers, SW Fraedrich, SE Reed
Mycologia 106 (4), 835-845, 2014
Patterns of coevolution between ambrosia beetle mycangia and the Ceratocystidaceae, with five new fungal genera and seven new species
CG Mayers, TC Harrington, H Masuya, BH Jordal, DL McNew, H Shih, ...
Persoonia 44, 41-66, 2020
Bark beetle mycobiome: collaboratively defined research priorities on a widespread insect-fungus symbiosis
J Hulcr, I Barnes, ZW De Beer, TA Duong, R Gazis, AJ Johnson, ...
Symbiosis 81, 101-113, 2020
Mycangia define the diverse ambrosia beetle–fungus symbioses
CG Mayers, TC Harrington, PHW Biedermann
The Convergent Evolution of Agriculture in Humans and Insects, 105-142, 2022
Four mycangium types and four genera of ambrosia fungi suggest a complex history of fungus farming in the ambrosia beetle tribe Xyloterini
CG Mayers, TC Harrington, DL Mcnew, RA Roeper, PHW Biedermann, ...
Mycologia 112 (6), 1104-1137, 2020
First report of a sexual state in an ambrosia fungus: Ambrosiella cleistominuta sp. nov. associated with the ambrosia beetle Anisandrus maiche
CG Mayers, TC Harrington, CM Ranger
Botany 95 (5), 503-512, 2017
Diversity of Pythium spp. associated with soybean damping-off, and management implications by using foliar fungicides as seed treatments
NS Shrishail, T Huynh, CG Mayers, XB Yang
Phytopathology Research 1, 8, 2019
First report of two Penicillium spp. causing postharvest fruit rot of grapes in Pakistan
S Ghuffar, G Irshad, F Naz, HB Rosli, S Hyder, N Mehmood, MA Zeshan, ...
Plant Disease 102 (5), 1037, 2018
New Meredithiella species from mycangia of Corthylus ambrosia beetles suggest genus-level coadaptation but not species-level coevolution
CG Mayers, CC Bateman, TC Harrington
Mycologia 110 (1), 63–78, 2018
Recent and ongoing horizontal transfer of mitochondrial introns between two fungal tree pathogens
CG Mayers, TC Harrington, A Wai, G Hausner
Frontiers in Microbiology 12, 1045, 2021
Contamination of radiocarbon analyses of plant samples by fungal hyphae
DE Karig, CG Mayers, CJ Wattenburger, J Southon
Radiocarbon 63 (1), 375-382, 2021
Polyphyly of symbiotic Ambrosiella fungi associated with three ambrosia beetle tribes
CG Mayers, TC Harrington
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An expanded concept of Ceratocystis manginecans and five new species in the Latin American clade of Ceratocystis
TC Harrington, MA Ferreira, YM Somasekhara, J Vickery, CG Mayers
Mycologia 116 (1), 184-212, 2024
You wouldn't download a plant: Lessons learned (and future applications) from bringing plant diseases from field to screen in a fully online course
CG Mayers, KD Cox
PHYTOPATHOLOGY 111 (10), 45-45, 2021
15-minute DNA extraction from beetle legs for PCR barcoding
C Mayers
Duur K. Aanen
NPR Anten, PHW Biedermann, JJ Boomsma, LT Buck, G Chomicki, ...
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