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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Earl L Taylor
Subtropical Plant Pathology Research
Biologist

Phone: (772) 462-5867
Fax: (772) 462-5986
2001 SOUTH ROCK ROAD
FORT PIERCE, FL, 34945


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
The epidemiological significance of post-packinghouse survival of Xanthomonas citri ssp. citri for dissemination of Asiatic citrus canker via infected fruit - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gottwald, T.R., Graham, J., Bock, C., Bonn, G., Civerolo, E.L., Irey, M., Leite, R., Lopez, M., Mccollum, T.G., Parker, P., Ramallo, J., Riley, T., Schubert, T., Stein, B., Taylor, E.L. 2009. The epidemiological significance of post-packinghouse survival of Xanthomonas citri ssp. citri for dissemination of Asiatic citrus canker via infected fruit. Crop Protection. 29:508-524.
Spatio-temporal analysis of an HLB epidemic in Florida and implications for spread. - (Proceedings)
Gottwald, T.R., Irey, M., Gast, T., Parnell, S., Taylor, E.L., Hilf, M.E. 2010. Spatio-temporal analysis of an HLB epidemic in Florida and implications for spread.. International Organization of Citrus Virologists Proceedings.
Estimating the Increase and Spread of Citrus Canker Caused by the Interaction of Pedestrian Versus Catastrophic Weather Events, Humans, and Bad Luck - (Proceedings)
Gottwald, T.R., Graham, J., Riley, T., Sun, X., Hughes, G., Ferrandino, F., Taylor, E.L., Bock, C., Irey, M.S., Gilligan, C., Seem, B. 2005. Estimating the increase and spread of citrus canker caused by the interaction of pedestrian versus catastrophic weather events, humans, and bad luck. Second International Citrus Canker and Huanglongbing Workshop, Orlando, FL, November 7-11, 2005. C3, p. 13.
Predicting the Risk of Infection in a Citrus Tristeza Virus Epidemic and Testing for the Intensity of Virus Competition with Survival Analysis - (Abstract Only)
Gottwald, T.R., Taylor, E.L. 2005. Predicting the risk of infection in a Citrus tristeza virus epidemic and testing for the intensity of virus competition with survival analysis. Proceedings of the 9th International Workshop of Plant Disease Epidemiology. C6 p. 53.
Using Survival Analysis to Predict the Risk of Infection in a Ctv Epidemic - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gottwald, T.R., Taylor, E.L. 2005. Using survival analysis to predict the risk of infection in a ctv epidemic. International Organization of Citrus Virologists Proceedings.
Using Survival Analysis to Predict the Risk of Infection in a Ctv Epidemic - (Abstract Only)
Gottwald, T.R. 2005. Survival analysis of the spatio-temporal spread of citrus tristeza virus. 9th Biennial Meeting of the Florida Phytopathological Society, 2-4 May, 2005, University of Florida/IFAS, Mid-Florida Research and Education Center, Apopka, FL.
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