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Selected Papers:
Casavant, N. C., D. Thompson, G. A. Beattie, G. J. Phillips, and L. J. Halverson. Use of a site-specific recombination-based biosensor for detecting bioavailable toluene and related compounds on roots Environmental Microbiology 5:238-249.

 

Sabaratnam, S. and G. A. Beattie. 2003. Differences between Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae B728a and Pantoea agglomerans BRT98 in epiphytic versus endophytic colonization of leaves. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69:1220-1228.

 

Marcell, L. M. and G. A. Beattie. 2002. The effect of leaf surface waxes on leaf colonization by Pantoea agglomerans and Clavibacter michiganensis. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 15:1236-1244.

 

Axtell, C. A. and G. A. Beattie.  2002. Construction and characterization of a proU-gfp transcriptional fusion that measures water availability in a microbial habitat. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68:4604-4612.

Beattie, G. A. and L. M. Marcell. 2002. Comparative dynamics of adherent and non-adherent bacterial populations on maize leaves. Phytopathology 92:1015-1023.

Casavant, N. C., G. A. Beattie, G. Phillips, and L. J. Halverson. 2002.  Site-specific recombination-based genetic system for reporting transient or low-level gene expression. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68:3588-3596.

 

Beattie, G. A. and L. M. Marcell. 2002. Effect of alterations in cuticular wax biosynthesis on the physicochemical properties and topography of maize leaf surfaces. Plant Cell and Environment 25:1-16

 

Beattie, G. A. and S. E. Lindow. 1999. Bacterial colonization of leaves: a spectrum of strategies. Phytopathology 89:353-359.

Andersen, G. L., G. A. Beattie and S. E. Lindow. 1998. Molecular characterization and sequence of a methionine biosynthetic locus from Pseudomonas syringae. Journal of Bacteriology 180:4497-4507.

Beattie, G. A. and S. E. Lindow. 1995. The secret life of foliar bacterial pathogens on leaves. Annual Review of Phytopathology 33:145-172

Beattie, G. A. and S. E. Lindow. 1994. Survival, growth and localization of epiphytic fitness mutants of Pseudomonas syringae on leaves. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60:3790-3798.

Beattie, G. A. and S. E. Lindow. 1994. Comparison of the behavior of epiphytic fitness mutants of Pseudomonas syringae under controlled and field conditions. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60:3799-3808.

Lindow, S. E., G. Andersen and G. A. Beattie. 1993. Characteristics of insertional mutants of Pseudomonas syringae with reduced epiphytic fitness. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59:1593-1601.

Book chapters:
Beattie, G. A. and C. A. Axtell.  2002.  The use of a proU-gfp transcriptional fusion to quantify water stress on the leaf surface, pp.235-240.  In: S. A. Leong, C. Allen, and E. Triplett (eds), Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, vol 3. International Society for Plant-Microbe Interactions, St. Paul, MN.

Beattie, G. A. 2002.  Leaf surface waxes and the process of leaf colonization by microorganisms, pp. 3-26. In: S. E. Lindow, E. I. Hecht-Poinar and V. J. Elliott (eds), Phyllosphere Microbiology, Americal Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN.

Beattie, G. A. and S. E. Lindow. 1994. Epiphytic fitness of phytopathogenic bacteria: physiological adaptations for growth and survival, pp. 1-27. In: J. L. Dangl (ed), Bacterial pathogenesis of plants and animals: molecular and cellular mechanisms. Springer-Verlag, NY

Non-refereed articles:
Beattie, G. A. 2002. Leaf cuticle. In: R. M. Goodman (ed), Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science. Marcel Dekker, Inc., NY (In Press).

Beattie, G. A. 2002. Early interactions of pathogenic bacteria with plants. In: R. M. Goodman (ed), Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science. Marcel Dekker, Inc., NY (In Press).

 

Kinkel, L. L. and G. A. Beattie. 2001. Epiphyte, pp. 417-419. In: O. C. Maloy and T. D. Murray (eds), Encyclopedia of Plant Pathology, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., NY.

Kinkel, L. L. and G. A. Beattie. 2001. Epiphytic bacteria, pp. 419-421. In: O. C. Maloy and T. D. Murray (eds), Encyclopedia of Plant Pathology, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., NY.

Halverson, L. J. and G. A. Beattie. 1995. Microbial diversity in terrestrial ecosystems: A technical report for the United States Environmental Protection Agency, 103 pp.

Abstracts:
2001

Casavant, C., G. Beattie, G. Phillips, L. J. Halverson. Development of a site-specific recombination-based bacterial biosensor to report bioavailable compounds. Pseudomonas 2001, Brussels, Belgium, September 17-21, 2001. (abstract 17)

Sabaratnam, S. and G. A. Beattie. Differences in the leaf colonization pattern of two bacterial species. American Phytopathological Society Meetings, August, 2001. (abstract 16)

Marcell, L. M. and G. A. Beattie. The effect of leaf surface waxes of maize on bacterial colonization. 10th International Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, Madison, WI July 10-14, 2001.(abstract 15)

Sabaratnam, S. and G. A. Beattie. Preferential colonization of internal versus surface sites of leaves by two bacterial species. 10th International Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, Madison, WI July 10-14, 2001. (abstract 14)

Axtell, C. A. and G. A. Beattie. Use of a proU-gfp transcriptional fusion to quantify water stress on the leaf surface. 10th International Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, Madison, WI July 10-14, 2001. (abstract 13)

2000

Casavant, N. C., G. A. Beattie, G. J. Phillips, and L. J. Halverson. A novel genetic system to ascertain bacterial exposure to environmental pollutants: A life history biosensor. Agronomy Society of America / Crop Science Society of America / Soil Science Society of America Joint Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, November 5-9, 2000. (abstract 12)

Marcell, L. M. and G. A. Beattie. Leaf surface waxes and the process of colonization by bacteria. 7th International Symposium on the Microbiology of Aerial Plant Surfaces, University of California, Berkeley, CA, August 3-8, 2000. (abstract 11)

Axtell, C. and G. A. Beattie. Fluorescence-based bacterial biosensors for evaluating the influence of water stress on bacterial leaf colonization. Midwest Molecular Microbial Ecology Conference, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL July 16-18, 2000. (abstract 10)

1999

Axtell, C. A. and G. A. Beattie. Comparison of fluorescent markers as second markers for GFP-based reporter systems. North Central American Society of Microbiologists, Ames, IA, October 15-16, 1999. (abstract 9)

Marcell, L. M. and G. A. Beattie. Bacterial colonization of cuticular mutants of maize. American Phytopathological Society meeting, Montreal, Canada, August 1-5, 1999. (abstract 8)

Axtell, C. A. and G. A. Beattie. Fluorescence-based approach for evaluating the influence of water stress on bacterial leaf colonization. 9th International Symposium on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 25-30, 1999. (abstract 7)

Tyndall, J. C., J. P. Colletti, G. A. Beattie and C. A. Rodrigues. Air quality, shelterbelts, and confined livestock production. 6th Conference on Agroforestry in North America, Hot Springs, AR, June 12-16, 1999.
(abstract 6)


Casavant, C., L. J. Halverson, G. A. Beattie and G. Phillips. A novel genetic system to direct programmed, high-level gene expression in natural environments. American Society for Microbiology meeting, Chicago, IL, May 31 - June 3, 1999. (abstract 5)

Axtell, C. A. and G. A. Beattie. The use of green fluorescent protein for evaluating the spatial distribution of bacteria on leaf surfaces and for identifying bacterial exposure to water stress. American Society for Microbiology meeting, May 31 - June 3, 1999. Chicago, IL. (abstract 4)

1998

Marcell, L., J. Petersen and G. A. Beattie. Characterization and colonization of maize glossy mutants. North Central American Phytopathological Society meeting, Ames, IA, June 22-23, 1998. (abstract 3)

Harkins, K. R., A. Pometto III, G. A. Beattie, R. J. Venugopal and J. S. Dickson. Flow cytometric applications in microbiological research: fermentation, bacterial biosensors, and food safety. 19th International Congress of the International Society for Analytical Cytology, Colorado Springs, CO, February, 1998. (abstract 2)

Spielbauer, D. and G. A. Beattie. Regulation of Pseudomonas syringae locus, estA, that confers fitness on leaves. North Central American Society of Microbiology meeting, St. Cloud, MN, October 17-18, 1997. (abstract 1)