Maeli Melotto Department of Plant Sciences, University of California, USA
2 protocols

Cristián Jacob Department of Plant Sciences, University of California, USA
1 protocol

Zachary Breitbach Department of Chemistry, University of Texas, USA
1 protocol
Eugenio Llorens Universitat Jaume I
3 protocols

Feng Li Huazhong Agricultural University
17 protocols

Satyabrata Nanda China National Rice Research Institute
5 protocols

Shankar Pant Texas A & M AgriLife Research and Extension Center
2 protocols

Shweta Panchal
  • Post-Doc, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
Research focus
  • Molecular biology
  • 2 Author merit


PhD, University of Texas at Arlington, 2014

Lab information


2 Protocols published
Authors:  Cristián Jacob, Shweta Panchal and Maeli Melotto, date: 03/05/2017, view: 10531, Q&A: 1
Bacterial pathogens must enter the plant tissue in order to cause a successful infection. Foliar bacterial pathogens that are not able to directly penetrate the plant epidermis rely on wounds or natural openings to internalize leaves. This protocol ...
Authors:  Shweta Panchal, Zachary S. Breitbach and Maeli Melotto, date: 03/05/2017, view: 7037, Q&A: 0
Coronatine is a polyketide phytotoxin produced by several pathovars of the plant pathogenic bacterium Pseudomonas syringae. It is one of the most important virulence factors determining the success of bacterial pathogenesis in the plant at ...
8 Protocols reviewed
Tomato Stem Injection for the Precise Assessment of Ralstonia solanacearum Fitness in Planta
Authors:  Yaru Wang, Liu Xian, Gang Yu and Alberto P. Macho, date: 08/20/2021, view: 452, Q&A: 0

Ralstonia solanacearum is a soil-borne pathogen with worldwide distribution that causes bacterial wilt disease in more than 250 plant species. R. solanacearum invades plants through the roots, reaches the vascular system, and colonizes the whole

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Histological Methods to Detect Early-stage Plant Defense Responses during Artificial Inoculation of Lolium perenne with Epichloë festucae
Authors:  Mostafa Rahnama, Damien J. Fleetwood and Richard D. Johnson, date: 05/05/2021, view: 3375, Q&A: 0

Epichloë species form agriculturally important symbioses with many cool season grasses. To study these symbioses, such as the interaction of Epichloë festucae with perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne), host plants can be infected by

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