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Beckstead J, Street LE, Meyer SE, Allen PS. In press. The effect of fire on
the cheatgrass seed pathogen Pyrenophora semeniperda. Rangeland Ecology and Management.

Beckstead J, Meyer SE, Molder C, Smith C. 2007. A race for survival: Can Bromus tectorum seeds escape Pyrenophora semeniperda-caused mortality by germinating quickly? Annals of Botany 99:907-914.

Beckstead J, Meyer SE, Connolly BM, Huck MB, and Street LE. 2010. Cheatgrass facilitates spillover of a seed bank pathogen onto native grass species. J. Ecology 98:168–177.

Boose D, Harrison S, Clement S, Meyer SE. 2011. Population genetic structure of the seed pathogen Pyrenophora semeniperda on Bromus tectorum in western North America. Mycologia 103:85-93.

Dooley, SR and Beckstead J. 2010. Characterizing the interaction between a fungal seed pathogen and a deleterious rhizobacteria for cheatgrass control. Biological Control 53: 197-203.

Leger E, Espeland E, Merrill KR, Meyer SE. 2009. Genetic variation and local adaptation at a cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) invasion edge in western Nevada. Mol Ecol 18:4366–4379.

Meyer SE, Beckstead J, Allen PS, Smith DC. 2008. A seed bank pathogen causes seedborne disease: Pyrenophora semeniperda on undispersed grass seeds in western North America. Can. J. Plant Path. 30:525-533.

Meyer SE, Quinney D,  Nelson DL,  Weaver J. 2007. Impact of the pathogen Pyrenophora semeniperda on Bromus tectorum seedbank dynamics in North American cold deserts. Weed Research 47:54-62.

Meyer SE, Stewart TE, Clement S. 2010. The quick and the deadly: growth versus virulence in a seed bank pathogen. New Phytologist 1887:209-216.

Ramakrishnan AP, Meyer SE, Waters J, Stevens MR, Coleman CE, Fairbanks DJ. 2004. Correlation between molecular markers and adaptively significant genetic variation in Bromus tectorum (Poaceae), an inbreeding annual grass. Am J Bot 91:797–803.

Ramakrishnan AP, Meyer SE, Fairbanks DJ, Coleman CE. 2006. Ecological significance of microsatellite variation in western North American populations of Bromus tectorum. Plant Spec Biol 21:61–73

Scott JW, Meyer SE, Merrill KR, Anderson VJ. 2010. Local population differentiation in Bromus tectorum in relation to habitat-specific selection regimes. Evol. Ecol. 24:1061-1080.

Smith DC, Meyer SE, Anderson VJ. 2008. Factors affecting Bromus tectorum seed bank carryover in western Utah. Rangeland Ecology and Management 61:430-436.

Stewart TE. 2009. The grass seed pathogen Pyrenophora semeniperda as a biocontrol agent for annual brome grasses. MS thesis. Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.

Stewart, TE, Meyer SE, Allen PS. 2009. First report of Pyrenophora semeniperda in Turkey and Greece. Plant Disease Reporter 93:1351.