Redinbaugh

Peg Redinbaugh
Margaret (Peg) G. Redinbaugh
Adjunct Professor, USDA/ARS
Phone: 
(330) 263-3965
Office: 
026 Selby Hall, Wooster

Research Leader and Research Plant Molecular Geneticist
USDA/ARS Corn, Soybean and Wheat Quality Research Unit
Adjunct Professor, Department of Plant Pathology

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Research Interests

Dr. Redinbaugh is a Research Leader and Research Molecular Biologist (Plants) in the USDA/ARS Corn, Soybean and Wheat Quality Research Unit in Wooster. Her primary research interest is identify and elucidate the molecular mechanisms underlying the genetic and biological bases of virus resistance and tolerance in maize. Current approaches include projects to: 1) identify and characterize emerging and re-emerging insect transmitted diseases of maize; 2) characterize resistance to multiple viruses in maize inbred lines; 3) develop genetic and genomic information on insect vectors of maize and soybean viruses; and, 4)understand virus factors required for disease, transmission, and interactions with crops, and to develop new virus-based research tools for studying genefunction in cereals.

Educational Background

PhD Biochemistry, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY (1984)
MS Biotechemistry, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY (1980)
BS Biology, State University of New York, University at Albany, Albany, NY (1977)

Hometown

Washington, D.C.

Research Experience

2007-present, Supervisory Research Plant Molecular Biologist (Research Leader), USDA-ARS, Corn, Soybean and Wheat Quality Research and Adjunct Professor, Department of Plant Pathology, Ohio Agriculture Research and Development Center/The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH.

1998-2007, Research Plant Molecular Biologist, USDA-ARS, Corn and Soybean Research and Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Plant Pathology, Ohio Agriculture Research and Development Center/The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH.

1995-1998, Research Plant Physiologist, USDA-ARS, Forage and Range Research Laboratory and Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Plants, Soils and Biometeorology, Utah State University, Logan, UT.

1989-1994, Research Plant Physiologist, USDA-ARS, Crops Research Laboratory, Oxford, NC and Assistant Professor, Department of Crop Science, North Carolina State University,Raleigh, NC.

1985-1989, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Genetics Department, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.

1984-1985, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Biochemistry Department, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Selected Publications

Lin, Junyan; Ali, Ahmed Khamis; Chen, Ping; Ghabrial, Said; Finer, John; Dorrance, Anne; Redinbaugh, Margaret and Qu, Feng. 2013. A stem-loop structure in the 5’ untranslated region of Bean pod mottle virus RNA2 is specifically required for RNA2 accumulation. Journal of General Virology 94: 1415-1420.

Redinbaugh MG; Jones MW. 2013. Registration of the OhVRS-1 Maize Synthetic Population. Journal of Plant Registrations 7: 100-103

Stewart, Lucy R; Haque, MA; Jones, MW; Redinbaugh, MG. 2013. Response of maize (Zea mays L.) lines carrying Wsm1, Wsm2, and Wsm3 to the potyviruses Johnsongrass mosaic virus and Sorghum mosaic virus. Molecular Breeding 31: 289-297.

Stewart, Lucy; Paul, Pierce; Qu, Feng; Redinbaugh, Margaret G.; Miao, Hongqin; Todd, Jane; and Jones, Mark. Wheat mosaic virus (WMoV), the causal agent of High Plains disease, is present in Ohio wheat fields. Plant Disease. (In press)

Ochwo-Ssemakula, M., Sengooba, T., Adipala, E., Edema, R., Redinbaugh, M.G., Aritua, V. and Winter, S. The Potyvirus causing passion fruit woodiness disease in Uganda is a strain of Passiflora chlorosis virusPlant Disease, 96: 659-665. 2012.

Stewart, L.R., Bouchard, R., Redinbaugh, M.G. and Meulia, T. Complete sequence and development of a full-length infectious clone of an Ohio isolate of Maize dwarf mosaic virus. Virus Research, 165: 219-224. 2012.

Chen, Y., Cassone, B.J., Bai, X., Redinbaugh, M.G. and Michel, A.P.  Transcriptome of the plant virus vector Graminella nigrifrons, and the molecular interactions of Maize fine streak rhabdovirus transmission.  PLoS One, accepted for publication June 11, 2012.

Redinbaugh, M.G., Ammar, E.D. and Whitfield, A.E. Cereal Rhabdovirus Interactions with Vectors. In: Rhabdoviruses: Molecular Taxonomy, Evolution, Genomics, Ecology, Cytopathology and Control, R. Dietzgen and I. Kuzmin, eds. Horizon Scientific Press, London, accepted for publication February 2, 2012. (Invited, editor-reviewed book chapter)

De La Torre, C.M., Qu, F., Redinbaugh M.G. and Lewandowski, D.J. Biological and molecular characterization of a U.S. isolate of Hosta virus X. Phytopathology 102:1176-1181

Redinbaugh, M.G. Chapter 11. Virus Diseases. In: Practical Maize Breeders Handbook, R. Pratt, ed., Wiley Press, NY, accepted for publication April 17, 2012. (Invited, editor-reviewed book chapter)

Redinbaugh, M.G. and Ammar, E.D. Maize Rhabdovirus-Vector Transmission. In: Vector-Mediated Transmission of Plant Pathogens, J. Brown, ed., American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN, accepted for publication June 18, 2012. (Invited, editor-reviewed book chapter)\

Correa, V.R., Majerczak, D.R., Ammar, E.-D., Merighi, M., Pratt, R.C., Hogenhout, S.A.,. Coplin, D.L., and Redinbaugh, M.G.  A bacterial pathogen uses distinct type III secretion systems to alternate between host kingdoms.  Applied and Environmental Microbiology, accepted for publication June 26, 2012.

Redinbaugh, M.G. and Jones, M.W.  Registration of OhVRS-1 maize synthetic population, J. Plant Registrations, accepted for publication June 30, 2012.

Jovic, J., Cvrkovic, T., Mitrovic, M., Krnjajic, S., Krstic, O., Redinbaugh, M. G., Pratt, R. C., and Tosevski, I. 2011. Hosts of stolbur phytoplasmas in maize redness affected fields. Bulletin of Insectology 64: S155-S156. (Peer-reviewed conference proceedings)

Redinbaugh, M.G.  Mollicutes.  In:  Compendium of Corn Diseases, 4th Ed.  (D.G. White and G. Munkvold, eds.).  APS Press, Minneapolis, MN, accepted for publication May 21, 2011. (Invited, editor-reviewed book chapter)

Stewart, L.R., Louie, R., Redinbaugh, M.G.  Diseases Caused by Viruses. In: Compendium of Corn Diseases, 4th Ed.  (D.G. White and G. Munkvold, eds.).  APS Press, Minneapolis, MN, accepted for publication May 21, 2011. (Invited, editor-reviewed book chapter)

Jones, M.W., Boyd, E.C. and Redinbaugh, M.G. Responses of maize (Zea mays L.) near isogenic lines carrying Wsm1, Wsm2, and Wsm3 to three viruses in the Potyviridae. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 123: 729-740. 2011.

Cao, M., Ye, X., Lin, J., Zhang, X., Redinbaugh, M.G., Simon, A.E., Morris, T.J., and Qu, F. The capsid protein of Turnip crinkle virus overcomes two separate defense barriers tofacilitate viral systemic movement in Arabidopsis. Journal of Virology, 84: 7793 - 7802. 2010.

Todd, J.C., Ammar, E.-D., Redinbaugh, M.G., Hoy, C. and Hogenhout, S.A. Plant host range and leafhopper transmission of Maize fine streak virus. Phytopathology, 100:1138-1145. 2010.