Jarugula, S., Willie, K., Stewart, L. R. (2018) Brief report: Barley stripe mosaic virus (BSMV) as a virus-induced gene silencing vector in maize seedlings. Virus Genes 54(4):616-620.
Massawe, D. P., Stewart, L. R., Kamatenesi, J., Asiimwe, T., Redinbaugh, M. G. (2018) Polerovirus in East African maize. Virus Genes 54(3):432-437.
Meulia, T., Stewart, L. R., Goodin, M. (2018) Sonchus yellow net virus core particles form on ring-like nuclear structure enriched in viral phosphoprotein. Virus Research 258:64-67.
Hodge, B. H., Salgado, J. D., Paul, P. A., Stewart, L. R. (2018) Characterization of an Ohio isolate of brome mosaic virus and its impact on the development and yield of soft red winter wheat. Plant Disease. (apsjournals.apsnet.org/doi/pdf/10.1094/PDIS-07-18-1282-RE).
Singh, Jasleen; Zhang, Xiuchun; Stewart, Lucy R; Mitchell, Thomas K. and Qu, Feng. 2013. Role of double-stranded RNA-binding proteins in RNA silencing and antiviral defense. Plant Virus-Host Interaction: Molecular Approaches and Viral Evolution. Edited by: Gaur, RK; Hohn, T. and Sharma, P. (In press)
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 R; 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)
L. R. Stewart, Bouchard, R., Redinbaugh, M.G., Meulia, T. 2012. Complete sequence and development of a full-length infections clone of an Ohio isolate of Maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV). Virus Research. 165:219-224.
L. R. Stewart. 2011. Waikaviruses: Studied but not understood. APS Net Plant Pathology Online. http://admin.apsnet.org/publictions/apsnetfeatures/Pages/waikavirus.aspx.
L. R. Stewart, V. Medina, T. Tian, M. Turina, B. W. Falk, and J. C. K. Ng. A mutation in the Lettuce infectious yellows virus minor coat protein disrupts whitefly transmission but not in planta systemic movement. (2010) Manuscript submitted.
J. Wang, L. R. Stewart, Z. Kiss, and B. W. Falk. 2010. Lettuce infectious yellows virus (LIYV) RNA 1-encoded P34 is an RNA-binding protein and exhibits perinuclear localization. Virology 403:67-77.
L. R. Stewart, V. Medina, M. Sudarshana, and B. W. Falk. 2009. Lettuce infectious yellows virus-encoded P26 induces plasmalemma deposit cytopathology. Virology 388:212-20.
L. R. Stewart, M. S. Hwang, and B. W. Falk. 2009. Two Crinivirus-specific proteins of Lettuce infectious yellows virus (LIYV), P26 and P9, are self-interacting. Virus Research 145:293-9.
J. Wang, M. Turina, L. R. Stewart, J. Lindbo, and B. W. Falk. 2009. Agroinoculation of the Crinivirus, Lettuce infectious yellows virus, for systemic plant infection. Virology 392:131-6.
Abstracts and Presentations
January 2010 - Functional assessment of plant virus genomes - LIYV to MCDV. L. R. Stewart. Seminar. OSU Department of Plant Pathology, Wooster, OH.
July 2009 - Delivery of Lettuce infectious yellows virus (LIYV) and engineered mutants to plants via Agrobacterium tumefaciens. L. R. Stewart, J. Wang, M. Turina, J. A. Lindbo, J. C. K. Ng, and B. W. Falk. Oral presentation. American Society for Virology. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
July 2008 - Protein interaction profile of P26, a Lettuce infectious yellows virus-encoded cytopathology determinant. L. R. Stewart, MS Hwang, H. Dequine, and B. W. Falk. Oral presentation. American Society for Virology. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
October 2007 - Characterizing a Lettuce infectious yellows virus-encoded cytopathology determinant. L. R. Stewart, V. Medina, M. Sudarshana, and B. W. Falk. Oral presentation.. UC Davis Host-Microbe Interactions Research Retreat. Tahoe, CA.
August 2007 - Functional and cytopathological analysis of two unique Lettuce infectious yellows virus (LIYV)-encoded proteins: P34 and P26. L. R. Stewart, V. Medina, C. K. J. Ng, M. Sudarshana, and B. W. Falk. Oral presentation by Dr. Bryce Falk on my behalf. American Phytopathological Society, I.E. Melhus Symposium. San Diego, CA.
July 2006 - Heterologous expression and localization of two Lettuce infectious yellows virus (LIYV) proteins: P26 and P34. L. R. Stewart, V. Medina, and B. W. Falk. Poster presentation. American Society for Virology. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.
October 2004 - Functional analysis of Lettuce infectious yellows virus P26. L. R. Stewart and B. W. Falk. Oral presentation. Plant Biology Graduate Group Research Colloquium. Davis, CA.