Rebecca creamer




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REBECCA CREAMER

Professor Dept. Entomology, Plant Pathology and Weed Science

New Mexico State University

Las Cruces, NM 88003

575-646-3068

creamer@nmsu.edu


EDUCATION
Ph.D., 1989 Plant Pathology, University of California, Davis. Dissertation: Aphid transmission specificity and mixed infection interactions of barley yellow dwarf viruses.

M.S., 1985 Plant Pathology, University of California, Davis. Thesis: Characterization and elicitor activity of lipids from Phytophthora infestans in the hypersensitive response of potato tuber tissue and studies of phytoalexin elicitors in Bipolaris carbonum and Ceratocystis fimbriata.

B.S., 1981 Plant Pathology, University of Kentucky, Lexington.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2011 – present Professor, Department of Entomology, Plant Pathology, and Weed

Science, New Mexico State University

2008 – present Director, Molecular Biology Graduate Program, NMSU

2005 - 2011 Associate Professor, Department of Entomology, Plant Pathology, and Weed Science, New Mexico State University

1999 - 2005 Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology, Plant Pathology, and Weed Science, New Mexico State University

1990 - 1999 Assistant Professor, Department of Plant Pathology, University of California, Riverside

1989 - 1990 Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Plant Pathology, Ohio State University, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
American Phytopathological Society 1983-present

Virology Committee 1993-1995

Senior Editor of Plant Disease 1995-1997

Associate Editor for Plant Disease 1993-1994 and 2004-2006

Entomological Society of America 1990-present

Society of Southwestern Entomologists 2000-present

Mycological Society of America 2010-present

American Association for the Advancement of Science 2006 - present

Curly Top Regional Coordinating Committee 2004 – present

Gamma Sigma Delta 1 994-present


VIRUS RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
Al-Khatib, R, Creamer, R, and Ghoshroy, S. 2012. Physiological and ultrastructural effects of lead (Pb) on tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum var. Turkish). Biologia Plantarum 56:711-716

Vuong, H, Caccimase, D, Remmenga, M. and Creamer, R. 2012. Ecological associations of West Nile virus and avian hosts in arid environments of southern New Mexico. Studies in Avian Biology 42:3-21.

Sedano, M, Lam, N, Escobar, I, Cross, T, Hanson, SF, and Creamer, R. 2012. Application of vascular puncture for evaluation of curtovirus resistance in chile pepper and tomato. J Phytopathol 160:120-128.

Mohseni-Moghadam, M, Cramer, CS, Steiner, RL, and Creamer, R. 2011. Evaluating winter-sown onion entries for Iris yellow spot virus susceptibility. HortScience 46:1224-1229.

Al-Khatib, R, Creamer, R, Lartey, RT, and Ghoshroy, S. 2011. Effect of lead (Pb) on the systemic movement of RNA viruses in tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum var. Turkish). Plant Cell Reports 30:1427-1434.

Hudson, A, Richman, DB, Escobar, I, and Creamer, R. 2010. Comparison of the feeding behavior and genetics of beet leafhopper (Circulifer tenellus, Baker) populations from California and New Mexico. Southwestern Entomologist 35:241-250.

Lam, N, Creamer, R, Rascon, J, and Belfon, R. 2009. Characterization of a new curtovirus, Pepper yellow dwarf virus, from chile pepper and distribution in weed hosts in New Mexico. Archives of Virology 154:429-436.

Stafford, CA, Walker, GP, Creamer, R. 2009. Stylet penetration behavior resulting in inoculation of beet severe curly top virus by beet leafhopper, Circulifer tenellus. Entomol Exp et Appl 130:130-137.

Pitzer, JB, Byford, RL, Vuong, HB, Steiner, RL, Creamer, R, and Caccamise, DF. 2009. Potential vectors of West Nile Virus in a semiarid environment: Doña Ana County, New Mexico. J. Med. Entomol. 46:1474-1482.

Multani, PS, Cramer, CS, Steiner, R., and Creamer, R. 2009. Screening winter-sown onion entries for iris yellow spot virus tolerance. HortScience 44:627-632.

Ray, J, Schroeder, J, Creamer, R, and Murray, L. 2006. Planting date affects phenology of London rocket (Sisymbrium irio) and interaction with beet leafhopper (Circulifer tenellus) in southern New Mexico. Weed Science 53: 54:127-132.

Creamer, R, Sanogo, S, El-Sebai, O, Carpenter, J, and Sanderson, R. 2005. Kaolin-based foliar reflectant affects physiology, incidence of beet curly top virus, but not yield of chile pepper. HortScience. 40:574-576.

Creamer, R, Hubble, H, and Lewis, A. 2005. Curtovirus infection of chile pepper in New Mexico. Plant Disease 89:480-486.

Ray, J, Creamer R, Schroeder, J, and Murray, L. 2005. Moisture and temperature requirements for London rocket (Sisymbrium irio) emergence. Weed Science 53:187-192.

Renouard, JJ, Creamer, R, and Richman, DB. 2004. Gut content analysis of the spider Hibana incursa (Aranae:Anyphaenidae) using serological methods. Southwestern Entomol 29:91-97.

Creamer, R, Carpenter, J, and Rascon, J. 2003. Incidence of the beet leafhopper, Circulifer tenellus (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) in New Mexico. Southwestern Entomologist 28:177-182.


FUNGAL ENDOPHYTE RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
Reyna, R., Cooke, P., Grum, D., Cook, D., and Creamer, R. 2012. Detection and localization of the endophyte Undifilum oxytropis in locoweed tissues. Botany 90:1229-1236.

Baucom, D. Romero, M., Belfon, R., Creamer, R. 2012. Two new species of Undifilum, fungal endophytes of Astragalus locoweed in the United States. Botany 90:866-875.

Mukherjee, S, Dawe, AL, Creamer, R. 2012. Potential role for saccharopine redutase in swainsonine metabolism in endophytic fungus, Undifilum oxytropis. Fungal Biol 116:902-909.

Li., H., Gao, R., Liu, Y., Wang, J., Hu, Y., Yang, Z., Yang, G., and Creamer, R. 2012. Proteomics analysis of Rhizoctonia leguminicola, the phytopathogenic fungus that produces slaframine and swainsonine. J. Food, Agriculture, and Environment 10:956-961.

Achata Bottger, J., Creamer, R. Gardner, D. 2012. Seasonal changes in Undifilum colonization and swainsonine content of locoweeds. J Chem Ecol 38:486-495.

Li, H. Holguin, O., Wang, J., Schaub, T., Wang, J., Hao, C., Geng, G., and Creamer, R. 2012. Proteomic analysis of the endophytic fungus Undifium oxytropis. African J Biotech 11:10484-10493.

Li, H., Yu, Y., Gao, R., Wang, J, Yang, G., Yang, Z., Baucom, D., and Creamer, R. 2012 Analysis of secreted proteins from Undifilum cinereum by two dimensional gel electrophoresis and liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry/mass spectrometry. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances 11:1881-1889.

Li, H., Wang, J., Wang, J., and Creamer, R. 2012. Protein extraction methods for the two-dimensional gel electrophoresis analysis of the slow growing fungus Undifilum oxytropis. African Journal of Microbiology 6:757-763.

Mukherjee, S. Dawe, A., and Creamer. R. 2010. Development of a transformation system in the swainsonine producing, slow growing endophytic fungus, Undifilum oxytropis. J Microbiol Methods 81:160-165.

Oldrup, E., McLain-Romero, J., Padilla, A., Moya, A., Gardner, D., and Creamer, R. 2010. Localization of endophytic Undifilum fungi in locoweed seed and influence of environmental parameters on a locoweed in vitro culture system. Botany 88:512-521.

Pryor, BM., Creamer, R., Shoemaker, RA., McLain-Romero, J., and Hambleton, S. 2009. Undifilum, a new genus for enophytic Embellisia oxytropis and parasitic Helminthosporium bornmuelleri on legumes. Botany 87:178-194.

Ralphs, MH., Creamer, R., Baucom, D., Gardner, DR., Welsh, SL., Graham, JD., Hart, C., Cook, D., and Stegelmeier, BL. 2008. Relationship between the endophyte Embellisia spp. and the toxic alkaloid swainsonsine in major locoweed species (Astragalus and Oxytropis). J Chem Ecol 34:32-38.

Gardner, DR., Romero, J., Ralphs, MH., and Creamer, R. 2004. Correlation of an endophytic fungus (Alternaria spp.) with the presence of swainsonine in Lambert locoweed (Oxytropis lambertii). Pages 32-38 in : Poisonous Plants and Related Toxins, T. Acamovid, C. S. Stewart, and T. W. Pennycott, eds. Oxford University Press, UK.

Kulshrestha, S., Creamer, R., and Sterling, T. 2004. Phylogenetic relationship among New Mexico Astragalus mollissimus varieties and Oxytropis species by restriction fragment analysis. Weed Science 52:984-988.



Romero, J., Creamer, R., Zepeda, H., Strickland, J. and Bell, G. 2004. Toxicosis of Embellisia fungi from locoweed (Oxytropis lambertii) is similar to locoweed (Oxytropis lambertii) toxicosis in rat. J Animal Sci. 82:2169-2174.

Braun, K., Romero, J, Liddell, C., and Creamer, R. 2003. Production of swainsonine by fungal endophytes of locoweed. Mycological Research 107:980-988.


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