Chase G Mayers, Ph.D.

2012-2018 Plant Pathology and Microbiology Department Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
 2018- Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Mycology, microbiology, phylogenetics
"Chase Mayers"


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Thomas C. Harrington grad student 2012-2018 Iowa State
Teresa E. Pawlowska post-doc 2018- Cornell (Evolution Tree)
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Harrington TC, Ferreira MA, Somasekhara YM, et al. (2023) An expanded concept of and five new species in the Latin American Clade of . Mycologia. 1-29
Mayers CG, Harrington TC, Wai A, et al. (2021) Recent and Ongoing Horizontal Transfer of Mitochondrial Introns Between Two Fungal Tree Pathogens. Frontiers in Microbiology. 12: 656609
Mayers CG, Harrington TC, Masuya H, et al. (2020) Patterns of coevolution between ambrosia beetle mycangia and the , with five new fungal genera and seven new species. Persoonia. 44: 41-66
Mayers CG, Harrington TC, Mcnew DL, et al. (2020) Four mycangium types and four genera of ambrosia fungi suggest a complex history of fungus farming in the ambrosia beetle tribe Xyloterini. Mycologia. 1-34
Mayers CG, Bateman CC, Harrington TC. (2018) New Meredithiella species from mycangia of Corthylus ambrosia beetles suggest genus-level coadaptation but not species-level coevolution. Mycologia. 110: 63-78
Mayers CG, Harrington TC, Ranger CM. (2017) First report of a sexual state in an ambrosia fungus: Ambrosiella cleistominuta sp. nov. associated with the ambrosia beetle Anisandrus maiche Botany. 95: 503-512
Mayers CG, McNew DL, Harrington TC, et al. (2015) Three genera in the Ceratocystidaceae are the respective symbionts of three independent lineages of ambrosia beetles with large, complex mycangia. Fungal Biology. 119: 1075-92
Harrington TC, McNew D, Mayers C, et al. (2014) Ambrosiella roeperi sp. nov. is the mycangial symbiont of the granulate ambrosia beetle, Xylosandrus crassiusculus. Mycologia. 106: 835-45
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