M Timur Momol
M Timur Momol
Other namesTim Momol
Retired Professor of Plant Pathology, University of Florida
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Bacteriophages for plant disease control
JB Jones, LE Jackson, B Balogh, A Obradovic, FB Iriarte, MT Momol
Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 45 (1), 245-262, 2007
Phage therapy for plant disease control
B Balogh, JB Jones, FB Iriarte, MT Momol
Current pharmaceutical biotechnology 11 (1), 48-57, 2010
Improved efficacy of newly formulated bacteriophages for management of bacterial spot on tomato
B Balogh, JB Jones, MT Momol, SM Olson, A Obradovic, P King, ...
Plant disease 87 (8), 949-954, 2003
Management of tomato bacterial spot in the field by foliar applications of bacteriophages and SAR inducers
A Obradovic, JB Jones, MT Momol, B Balogh, SM Olson
Plant Disease 88 (7), 736-740, 2004
Effects of Plant Essential Oils on Ralstonia solanacearum Population Density and Bacterial Wilt Incidence in Tomato
PM Pradhanang, MT Momol, SM Olson, JB Jones
Plant disease 87 (4), 423-427, 2003
Factors affecting survival of bacteriophage on tomato leaf surfaces
FB Iriarte, B Balogh, MT Momol, LM Smith, M Wilson, JB Jones
Applied and environmental microbiology 73 (6), 1704-1711, 2007
Efficacy of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria, acibenzolar-S-methyl, and soil amendment for integrated management of bacterial wilt on tomato
KN Anith, MT Momol, JW Kloepper, JJ Marois, SM Olson, JB Jones
Plant disease 88 (6), 669-673, 2004
Comparative genomics reveals diversity among xanthomonads infecting tomato and pepper
N Potnis, K Krasileva, V Chow, NF Almeida, PB Patil, RP Ryan, ...
BMC genomics 12, 1-23, 2011
Integrated Management Tactics for Frankliniella Thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) in Field-Grown Pepper
SR Reitz, EL Yearby, JE Funderburk, J Stavisky, MT Momol, SM Olson
Journal of economic entomology 96 (4), 1201-1214, 2003
Integration of biological control agents and systemic acquired resistance inducers against bacterial spot on tomato
A Obradovic, JB Jones, MT Momol, SM Olson, LE Jackson, B Balogh, ...
Plant Disease 89 (7), 712-716, 2005
Evaluation of thymol as biofumigant for control of bacterial wilt of tomato under field conditions
P Ji, MT Momol, SM Olson, PM Pradhanang, JB Jones
Plant disease 89 (5), 497-500, 2005
Application of acibenzolar-S-methyl enhances host resistance in tomato against Ralstonia solanacearum
PM Pradhanang, P Ji, MT Momol, SM Olson, JL Mayfield, JB Jones
Plant disease 89 (9), 989-993, 2005
Considerations for using bacteriophages for plant disease control
JB Jones, GE Vallad, FB Iriarte, A Obradović, MH Wernsing, LE Jackson, ...
Bacteriophage 2 (4), e23857, 2012
Integrated management of tomato spotted wilt on field-grown tomatoes
MT Momol, SM Olson, JE Funderburk, J Stavisky, JJ Marois
Plant Disease 88 (8), 882-890, 2004
Characterization of Erwinia amylovora strains using random amplified polymorphic DNA fragments (RAPDs)
MT Momol, EA Momol, WF Lamboy, JL Norelli, SV Beer, HS Aldwinckle
Journal of Applied Microbiology 82 (3), 389-398, 1997
Genetic diversity and host range of Erwinia amylovora.
MT Momol, HS Aldwinckle
Effect of Application Frequency and Reduced Rates of Acibenzolar-S-Methyl on the Field Efficacy of Induced Resistance Against Bacterial Spot on Tomato
CH Huang, GE Vallad, S Zhang, A Wen, B Balogh, JFL Figueiredo, ...
Plant Disease 96 (2), 221-227, 2012
New diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum strains associated with vegetable and ornamental crops in Florida
P Ji, C Allen, A Sanchez-Perez, J Yao, JG Elphinstone, JB Jones, ...
Plant Disease 91 (2), 195-203, 2007
Internal Movement of Erwinia amylovora Through Symptomless Apple Scion Tissues into the Rootstock
MT Momol, JL Norelli, DE Piccioni, EA Momol, HL Gustafson, ...
Plant Disease 82 (6), 646-650, 1998
Evaluation of spray programs containing famoxadone plus cymoxanil, acibenzolar-S-methyl, and Bacillus subtilis compared to copper sprays for management of bacterial spot on tomato
PD Roberts, MT Momol, L Ritchie, SM Olson, JB Jones, B Balogh
Crop Protection 27 (12), 1519-1526, 2008
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