Jason M. Green

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Accurate characterization of complex plant phenotypes is critical to assigning biological functions to genes through forward or reverse genetics. It can also be vital in determining the effect of a treatment, genotype, or environmental condition on plant growth or susceptibility to insects or pathogens. Although techniques for characterizing complex(More)
Rp1-D21 is a maize auto-active resistance gene conferring a spontaneous hypersensitive response (HR) of variable severity depending on genetic background. We report an association mapping strategy based on the Mutant Assisted Gene Identification and Characterization approach to identify naturally occurring allelic variants associated with phenotypic(More)
In April 1982, a patient infected with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) was transferred to the Royal Perth Hospital from the Royal Darwin Hospital. Within three months, 19 patients and four staff members had become infected or colonized with MRSA. The outbreak was terminated only after all colonized inpatients were transferred to a(More)
The 2005 Nationwide Inpatient Sample (NIS)<lb>contains almost 8 million transactions. Datasets of<lb>this size can be under-utilized due to their complexity<lb>and the difficulty in comprehending and exploring<lb>the relationships among variables. To exploit this<lb>rich data set, we apply a customized, semi-<lb>descriptive data mining approach called(More)
The ability to search for and precisely compare similar phenotypic appearances within and across species has vast potential in plant science and genetic research. The difficulty in doing so lies in the fact that many visual phenotypic data, especially visually observed phenotypes that often times cannot be directly measured quantitatively, are in the form(More)
There are thousands of maize mutants, which are invaluable resources for plant research. Geneticists use them to study underlying mechanisms of biochemistry, cell biology, cell development, and cell physiology. To streamline the understanding of such complex processes, researchers need the most current versions of genetic and physical maps, tools with the(More)
The surface polysaccharides of Escherichia coli isolated from 6 patients with recurrent urinary infection were studied serologically and chemically. In 4 patients multiple isolates were obtained. The first isolate from each of these patients was a smooth strain which could be serotyped with O antisera. The second isolates from 3 of these patients, obtained(More)
The present study investigated the feasibility of acquiring high-density event-related brain potential (ERP) recordings during treadmill walking in human subjects. The work builds upon recent studies testing the applicability of real-world tasks while obtaining electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings. Participants performed a response inhibition GO/NOGO(More)
7 Dept. of Plant Pathology, NC State University, Raleigh NC 27695-7616, USA. 8 Botany and Plant Pathology, Purdue University, Lilly Hall, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2054, 9 USA. 10 Department of Computer Science, University of Missouri, Columbia MO 65211, USA. 11 USDA-ARS Plant Science Research Unit, Raleigh NC 27695, USA. 12 Department of Plant and Soil(More)
OBJECTIVE To critically analyze the contemporary published research that pertains to the individual components of complete decongestive therapy (CDT), as well as CDT as a bundled intervention in the treatment of lymphedema. DATA SOURCES Publications were retrieved from 11 major medical indices for articles published from 2004-2010 by using search terms(More)