Bonello Publications

Kleczewski Nathan M.; Herms Daniel A.; Bonello Pierluigi. 2012. Nutrient and water availability alter belowground patterns of biomass allocation, carbon partitioning, and ectomycorrhizal abundance in Betula nigra.  Trees - Structure and Function  26(2): 525-533.

Rivera-Vega L., Mamidala P., Bonello P., Herms D.A., Mittapalli O. 2012. Evaluation of reference genes for gene expression studies in ash (Fraxinus spp.).  Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 30: 242-245.

Whitehill JG, Opiyo SO, Koch JL, Herms DA, Cipollini DF, Bonello P. 2012. Interspecific Comparison of Constitutive Ash Phloem Phenolic Chemistry Reveals Compounds Unique to Manchurian Ash, a Species Resistant to Emerald Ash Borer Journal of Chemical Ecoloyg 38(5):499-511.

Chen Y., Whitehill J.G.A., Bonello P. and Poland T.M. 2011. Differential response in foliar chemistry of three ash species to emerald ash borer adult feeding.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 37(1): 29-39.

Chen Y., Whitehill J.G.A., Bonello P. and Poland T.M. 2011. Feeding by emerald ash borer larvae induces systemic changes in black ash foliar chemistry.  Phytochemistry 72:1990-1998.

Chorbadjian R.A., Bonello P., Herms D.A. 2011. Effect of the growth regulator paclobutrazol and fertilization on Austrian pine and paper birch defensive chemistry and herbivore resistance.  Arboriculture and Urban Forestry. (Accepted)

Cipollini D., Wang Q., Whitehill J.G.A., Powell J.R., Bonello P. and Herms D.A. 2011. Distinguishing defensive characteristics in the phloem of ash species resistant and susceptible to emerald ash borer.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 37: 450-459.

Bonello, P. 2010. Potential of induced resistance as a tool for the management of pathogens and insects in trees.  New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science. Vol. 40: S15-S24.

Eyles A, Bonello P, Ganley R, Mohammed C. 2010. Induced resistance to pests and pathogens in trees.  New Phytologist. (IF: 5.178)

Wallis C, Eyles A, Chorbadjian RA, Riedl K, Schwartz S, Hansen R, Cipollini D, Herms DA, Bonello P. 2010. Differential effects of nutrient availability on the secondary metabolism of Austrian pine (Pinus nigra) phloem and resistance to Diplodia pinea.  Forest Pathology. (IF: 1.225)

Cipollini, D.F., E.K. Barto, P. Bonello, and D.A. Herms. Comparative defense protein activities in the phloem of Manchurian ash (Fraxinus mandshurica) and two North American ash species (F. americana and F. pennsylvanica).  Journal of Chemical Ecology (submitted)

Park, K.H., G.A. Rodriguez-Montes de Oca, P. Bonello, K.-J. Lee and K. Dabrowski. 2008. Determination of quercetin concentrations in fish tissues after feeding quercetin-containing diets.  Aquaculture International (DOI 10.1007/s10499-008-9222-6).

Barto, E.K., S. Enright, A. Eyles, C.M. Wallis, R. Chorbadjian, R. Hansen, D.A. Herms, P. Bonello and D.F. Cipollini. 2008. Effects of soil fertility on systemic protein defense responses of austrian pine to attack by a fungal pathogen and an insect defoliator.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 34:1392-1400.

Bonello, P., N. Luchi, P. Capretti, and M. Michelozzi. 2008. Host-mediated effects of Heterobasidion annosum s.s. infection on severity of Diplodia pinea tip blight in Italian stone pine (Pinus pinea L.). Tree Physiology 28, 1653-1660.

Cipollini, D.F., R. Stevenson, S. Enright, A. Eyles, and P. Bonello.  2008.  Phenolic metabolites in leaves of the invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii, and their potential roles in allelopathy. Journal of Chemical Ecology 34, 144-152.

Wallis, C.M., Eyles, A., Chorbadjian, R., McSpadden-Gardner, B.B., Hansen, R., Cipollini, D.F., Herms, D.A. and P. Bonello.  Systemic induction of phloem secondary metabolism and its relationship to resistance to a canker pathogen in Austrian pine. New Phytologist 177, 767-668.

Ockels, F.S., A. Eyles, B.A. McPherson, D.L. Wood, and P. Bonello. 2007. Chemistry of coast live oak response to Phytophthora ramorum infection. Journal of Chemical Ecology 33, 1721-1732.

Luchi, N., P. Capretti, and P. Bonello. 2007. Production of Diplodia scrobiculata and Diplodia pinea pycnidia on ground Austrian pine needle agar medium. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 46, 230-235.

Eyles, A., R. Chorbadjian, C.M. Wallis, R.C. Hansen, D.F. Cipollini, D.A. Herms, and P. Bonello. 2007. Cross-induction of systemic induced resistance between an insect and a fungal pathogen in Austrian pine over a fertility gradient. Oecologia 153: 365-374.

Eyles, A., K. Riedl, W. Jones, S. Schwartz, K. Chan, D.A. Herms, D.F. Cipollini, and P. Bonello. 2007. Comparative phloem chemistry of Manchurian (Fraxinus mandshurica) and two North American ash species (F. americana and F. pennsylvanica). Journal of Chemical Ecology 33: 1430-1448.

Mihail, J. D., J. N. Bruhn, and P. Bonello. 2007. Spatial and temporal patterns of morel fruiting. Mycological Research 111: 339-346.

Ockels, F.S., M.V. DiLeo, and P. Bonello. 2007. Desiccation at ambient temperature effectively preserves plant tissues infected with Phytophthoras. Plant Health Progress.

Whitehill, J., J. S. Lehman, and P. Bonello. 2007. Ips pini (Curculionidae: Scolytinae) is a vector of the fungal pathogen, Sphaeropsis sapinea (Coelomycetes), to Austrian pines, Pinus nigra (Pinaceae). Environmental Entomology 36:114-120.

Blodgett, J. T., A. Eyles, and P. Bonello. 2007. Organ-dependent induction of systemic resistance and systemic susceptibility in Pinus nigra inoculated with Sphaeropsis sapinea and Diplodia scrobiculata. Tree Physiology 27:511-517.

Bonello, P., T. R. Gordon, D. A. Herms, D. L. Wood, and N. Erbilgin. 2006. Nature and ecological implications of pathogen-induced systemic resistance in conifers: A novel hypothesis. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 68: 95-104. (Invited review article.)

Wang, D., A. Eyles, and P. Bonello. 2006. Systemic aspects of host-pathogen interactions in Austrian pine (Pinus nigra): a proteomics approach. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 68:149-157.

Thomas S.L., Bonello P, Lipps P.E., Boehm M.J. 2006.  Avenacin production in creeping bentgrass ( Agrostis stolonifera) and its influence on the host range of Gaeumannomyces graminis. Plant Disease 90: 33-38

Testa, A., M. Schilb, J.S. Lehman, G. Cristinzio, and P. Bonello. 2005. First report of Phytophthora insolita and Phytophthora inflata on rhododendron in Ohio. Plant Disease 89, 1128.

Luchi, N., R. Ma, P. Capretti, and P. Bonello. 2005. Systemic induction of traumatic resin ducts and resin flow in Austrian pine by wounding and inoculation with Sphaeropsis sapinea and Diplodia scrobiculata. Planta 221 (1):75-84.

Blodgett, J.T., D.A. Herms, and P. Bonello. 2005. Effects of fertilization on red pine defense chemistry and resistance to Sphaeropsis sapinea. Forest Ecology and Management 208:373-382.

Graham, T. L., and P. Bonello. 2004. Pathogen resistance in plants. In McGraw-Hill 2004 Yearbook of Science and Technology. New York: McGraw-Hill.

McNee, W.R., P. Bonello, D.L. Wood, A.J. Storer, and T.R. Gordon. 2003. Feeding response of Ips paraconfusus to phloem and phloem metabolites of Heterobasidion annosum -inoculated ponderosa pine, Pinus ponderosa. Journal of Chemical Ecology 29 (5):1183-1202.

Dias, A.P., J. Brown, P. Bonello, and E. Grotewold. 2003. Metabolite profiling as a functional genomics tool. In Plant Functional Genomics: Methods & Protocols, edited by E. Grotewold. New Jersey: Humana Press.

Bonello, P., and J. T. Blodgett. 2003. Pinus nigra-Sphaeropsis sapinea as a model pathosystem to investigate local and systemic effects of fungal infection of pines. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 63 (5):249-261.

Bonello, P., A.J. Storer, T.R. Gordon, D.L. Wood, and W. Heller. 2003. Systemic effects of Heterobasidion annosum on ferulic acid glucoside and lignin of pre-symptomatic ponderosa pine phloem, and potential effects on bark beetle-associated fungi. Journal of Chemical Ecology 29 (5):1167-1182.

Blodgett, J. T., P. Bonello, and G. R. Stanosz. 2003. An effective medium for isolating Sphaeropsis sapinea from asymptomatic pines. Forest Pathology 33:395?404.

Blodgett, J.T., and P. Bonello. 2003. The aggressiveness of Sphaeropsis sapinea on Austrian pine varies with isolate group and site of infection. Forest Pathology 33:15-19.

Bonello, P., T.R. Gordon, and A.J. Storer. 2001. Systemic induced resistance in Monterey pine. Forest Pathology 31:99-106.

Bonello, P., McNee, W., Storer, A.J., Wood, D.L. and T.R. Gordon. 2001. The role of olfactory stimuli in the location of weakened hosts by twig infesting Pityophthorus spp. (Coleoptera: Scolytidae). Ecological Entomology 26 (1):8-15.

Storer, A.J., Bonello, P., Wood, D.L. and Gordon, T.R. (1999). Evidence of resistance to the pitch canker pathogen (Fusarium circinatum) in native stands of Monterey pine (Pinus radiata). Forest Science 45 (4): 500-505.

Gordon, T.R., Wikler, K.R., Clark, S.L., Okamoto, D., Storer, A.J. and Bonello, P. 1998. Resistance to pitch canker disease, caused by Fusarium subglutinans f.sp. pini in Monterey pine (Pinus radiata). Plant Pathology 47: 706-711.

Bonello, P., Bruns, T.D. and Gardes, M. Genetic structure of a natural population of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Suillus pungens (1998). New Phytologist 138 (4), 533-542.

Storer, A.J., Wood, D.L., Gordon, T.R. , and Bonello, P. (1997) Current and future impacts of pitch canker disease of pines. Journal of Forestry 95, 21-26.

Subbarao, K., Chassot, A., Gordon, T.R., Hubbard, J.C., Bonello, P., Mullin, R., Okamoto, D., Davis, R.M., and Koike, S.T. (1995). Genetic relationships and cross pathogenicities of Verticillium dahliae isolates from cauliflower and other crops. Phytopathology 85, 1105-1112.

Bonello, P., Heller, W. and Sandermann, H. Jr. (1993). Ozone effects on root-disease susceptibility and defence responses in mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) seedlings. New Phytologist 124(4), 653-663.

Bonello, P. and Pearce, R.B. (1993). Biochemical defence responses in primary roots of Scots pine challenged in vitro with Cylindrocarpon destructans. Plant Pathology 42, 203-211.

Bonello, P., Pearce, R.B., Watt, F. and Grime, G.W. (1991). An induced papilla response in primary roots of Scots pine challenged in vitro with Cylindrocarpon destructans. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 39, 213-228.