Associate Professor Treena Burgess
PhD (Plant Biology)

Associate Professor in Plant Sciences

About me

My research field is the biology, ecology and genetics of beneficial and detrimental microorganisms in natural ecosystems, plantation forestry and horticulture, with a focus on biodiversity and biosecurity issues.  For additional information see

http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=Y2fdwqUAAAAJ

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Treena_Burgess/

ThomsonRueters ResearcherID: G-4770-2011 (http://www.researcherid.com/)

Teaching area

I teach and coordinate the unit in Plant Diversity.  This unit covers plant evolution and systematics and plant physiology.  I also run the laboratory component of Plant Biotechnology

Research areas

My research field is the biology, ecology and genetics of beneficial and detrimental microorganisms in natural ecosystems, plantation forestry and horticulture, with a focus on biodiversity and biosecurity issues. I have made significant contributions to these fields especially in the area of pathogen population genetics where I designed several sets of microsatellite markers that were among the first developed for fungal pathogens. I explored cryptic speciation, pathogen movement, survival and establishment under the overarching topic of forest biosecurity.

More recently my research has focused on the molecular systematics and evolutionary biology of Phytophthora and I am the current Director of the Center for Phytophthora Science and Management (CPSM). I have been instrumental in the recognition of 12 new species from Western Australia, which has led my research in unexpected directions. I have discovered a group of Phytophthora hybrids and my work on these is continuing. Many of the new Phytophthora species appear to be endemic to Western Australia and have a potential role as plant community engineers through acting as pre and post emergence damping off of endemic flora, this ground breaking work is continuing. However, the most exciting work to date is the use of High Throughput Sequencing to uncover the diversity and distribution of Phytophthora across Australia and now South Africa. For the past two years we have been collecting rhizosphere soil from across Australia (700 locations to date) and assessing their Phytophthora community. This work is as yet unpublished, but will result in several papers that will completely change our thinking on the diversity and distribution of Phytophthora, the limits to the survival of some species and the extent of invasion across Australia.

Current projects

2012: Understanding the underlying causes and practical management solutions to marri (Corymbia calophylla) decline in the SW of Western Australia. ARC Linkage Project LP120200581 ($405,000): G Hardy, T Burgess, M Bader, C Dunne

2012: Bluegum Industry Pest Management Group (project continuation from CRC Forestry ($135,000 pa) T Burgess

2011: Molecular Characterization of the fungal disease defence response in Sandalwood. ARC Linkage Project LP100200016 ($317, 000): J Plummer, E Ghisalberti, T Burgess, L Barbour, J Bohlmann

2011: Tropical sandalwood silviculture management to minimise fungal attack. RIRDC PRJ004786 ($59,000): T. Burgess, J. Brand

Awards and grants

2007 Vice Chancellors Excellence in Research Award for Distinguished and Sustained Achievement
2014 Vice Chancellors Excellence in Research Award for Outstanding Research Development

Professional and community service

Awards: In 2007 I was awarded the Vice Chancellors Excellence in Research Award for early career researchers.  This was in recognition of publication outputs, grants, students and collaboration

Editorial duties: Since 2004 I have been a senior editor for Australasia Plant Pathology.

Reviewing: In the past 5 years I have reviewed for 14 international plant pathology, forest pathology and mycology journals.  I also review grant applications for the NRF (South Africa) and examine PhD theses.

Management: I manage the finances for all the grants I have received and for the CRC forestry (WA node).  I am a member of the project steering committees for projects 1.2, 4.2 and 4.4 and the Program Steering Committees for Trees in the Landscape (program 4) and for the Education Program (S1)

Conference participation: I have presented oral papers at numerous international conferences.

Workshops:  I run regular Phylogenetics workshops

Collaboration: Outside of Murdoch University, I have numerous active collaborations in Australia with researchers and students in South Africa and project collaborators in Asia

Invitation to be on expert panels: from 2006-2008 I served on an EU project ‘Forthreats’ as an international expert.  From 2010-2014 I will be a Working Group deputy on the EU COST Action FP1002 Pathway evaluation and pest risk management in transport (PERMIT)


Doctoral and masters supervisions

Dr Sari Mohali  (University of Pretoria) 2002-2006. – Diseases of plantations in Venezuela

Dr Bongani Maseko: (University of Pretoria) 2000-2008 – Phytophthora spp. impacting on eucalypt plantations in South Africa

Dr Vera Andjic: (Murdoch University) 2004-2007 – MURS – Phaeophleospora leaf blight diseases of plantation eucalypts in Australia.

Dr Guillermo Perez (University of Pretoria) 2007-2010- The population structure of Teratosphaeria nubilosa

Dr Monique Sakalidis: (Murdoch University) 2005-2011 – APA – Investigation and analysis of taxonomic irregularities within the fungal genus Botryosphaeria

Dr Wubetu Bihon (University of Pretoria) 2007-2011 – The role of Diplodia pinea in dieback of pines in a changing climate

Dr Gilbert Whyte: (Murdoch University) 2004-2012 – APAI: Fungal pathogens threatening the sub-tropical eucalypt plantation industry in Australia.

Dr Alex Rea (Murdoch University) 2007-2012- Classical and molecular taxonomy of Phytophthora species.

Mr Fransisco Tovar: (Murdoch University) 2005-current – APAI: The cause of basal stem rot in second rotation Eucalyptus globulus plantations.

Ms Katherine Taylor: (Murdoch University) 2006-current – MURS with top up from CRC-Forestry- A detailed study of Mycosphaerella cryptica and Mycosphaerella nubilosa in Western Australia, focusing on impact to native remnants.

Ms Matsepo Taole (University of Pretoria) 2007-2013 – Population biology of Kirramyces epiccoides

Ms Katarzyna Bialkowski (Murdoch University) 2008-2013 – MURS with top up from CRC-Forestry – Effect of restoration on microbial diversity of remnants associated with blue-gum plantations

Ms Sonia Aghighi (Murdoch University) 2010-2014 – Studies toward the biological control of blackberry

Ms Emma Stele (Murdoch University) 2012-current – The effect of severe drought on under story species composition in the Jarrah Forest

Mrs Louise Croeser (Murdoch University) 2012-current – The role of Phytophthora in Marri decline

Mrs Anges Simamora (Murdoch University) 2012-current – The Taxonomy, biology and pathogenicity of new Phytophthora species in western Australia

Ms Cielito Marbus (Murdoch University) 2014-current – Epidemiology of Quambalaria pitereka infection on marri (Corymbia calophylla) and its impacts on honeybee and fauna resources

Mr Jamba Gyeltshen (Murdoch University) 2014-current –

Ms Manisha Kunadiya (Murdoch University) 2014-current – New tools for the detection of Phytophthora cinnamomi in environmental samples following eradication treatments

Mr Andrew Taylor (Murdoch University) 2014-current – Genetic structure, survival mechanisms and spread of grapevine downy mildew populations in Western Australian and Australian vineyards

Mr Tanay Bose (University of Pretoria) 2014-current – Phytophthora species associated with plantation forestry in South Africa; where do they come from?

Ms Sarah Sapsford (Murdoch University) 2014-current – Biotic and abiotic factors predisposing marri (Corymbia calophylla) to canker disease caused by Quambalaria coyrecup in the southwest of Western Australia

Mr Mohammed Yaseen (Murdoch University) 2015-current – Detection, monitoring and management of Phytophthora in Urban Forests.

Publications

Chapters

  • Scott, P., Burgess, T., Hardy, G., (2013),Globalization and Phytophthora,In: Phytophthora: a global perspective, CABI, pages 226 to 232.
  • Hardy, G., Burgess, T., Dell, B., (2003),Potential Threats of Plant Pathogens to Eucalyptus Plantations In China,In: Eucalyptus Plantations. Research, Management and Development, World Scientific Publishing, pages 358 to 366.
  • Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., (2002),Impact of fungi in natural forest ecosystems; A focus on Eucalyptus.,In: Proceedings of the Conference on Conservation Agriculture for Smallholders in Asia and Africa, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pages 285 to 306.

Journals

  • Dunstan, W., Howard, K., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2016), A overview of Australia's Phytophthora species assemblage in natural ecosystems recovered from a survey in Victoria, IMA Fungus, 7, 1, pages 47 - 58.
  • Pauchard, A., Albihn, A., Milbau, A., Alexander, J., Burgess, T., Daehler, C., Englund, G., Essl, F., Evengard, B., Greenwood, G., Haider, S., Lenoir, J., McDougall, K., Muths, E., Nuñez, M., Olofsson, J., Pellissier, L., Rabitsch, W., Rew, L., Robertson, M., Sanders, N., Kueffer, C., (2016), Non-native and native organisms moving into high elevation and high latitude ecosystems in an era of climate change: new challenges for ecology and conservation, Biological Invasions, 18, 2, pages 345 - 353.
  • Safaiefarahani, B., Mostowfizadeh-Ghalamfarsa, R., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2016), Species from within the Phytophthora cryptogea complex and related species, P. erythroseptica and P. sansomeana, readily hybridize, Fungal Biology, 120, , .
  • Aghighi, S., Burgess, T., Scott, J., Calver, M., Hardy, G., (2016), Isolation and pathogenicity of Phytophthora species from declining Rubus anglocandicans, Plant Pathology, 63, 3, pages 451 - 461.
  • Whyte, G., Howard, K., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2016), The Tree Decline Recovery Seesaw; a conceptual model of the decline and recovery of drought stressed plantation trees, Forest Ecology and Management, 370, , pages 102 - 113.
  • Taole, M., Bihon, W., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., Burgess, T., (2015), Multiple introductions from multiple sources: invasion patterns for an important eucalyptus leaf pathogen, Ecology and Evolution, 5, 18, pages 4210 - 4220.
  • Aghighi, S., Burgess, T., Scott, J., Calver, M., Hardy, G., (2015), Isolation and pathogenicity of Phytophthora species from declining Rubus anglocandicans, Plant Pathology, , , pages 1 - 11.
  • Groves, E., Howard, K., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2015), Role of salicylic acid in phosphite-induced protection against Oomycetes; a Phytophthora cinnamomi - Lupinus augustifolius model system, European Journal of Plant Pathology, 141, 3, pages 559 - 569.
  • Laliberté, E., Lambers, H., Burgess, T., Wright, S., (2015), Tansley Review; Phosphorus limitation, soil-borne pathogens and the coexistence of plant species in hyperdiverse forests and shrublands, New Phytologist (Print), 206, , pages 507 - 521.
  • Eschen, R., Britton, K., Brockerhoff, E., Burgess, T., Dalley, V., Epanchin-Niell, R., Gupta, K., Hardy, G., Huang, Y., Kenis, M., Kimani, E., Li, H., Olsen, S., Ormrod, R., Otieno, W., Sadof, C., Tadeu, E., Theyse, M., (2015), International variation in phytosanitary legislation and regulations governing importation of live plants, Environmental Science & Policy, 51, , pages 228 - 237.
  • Safaiefarahani, B., Mostowfizadeh-Ghalamfarsa, R., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2015), Re-evaluation of the Phytophthora cryptogea species complex and the description of a new species, Phytophthora pseudocryptogea sp. nov, Mycological Progress: international journal of fungal sciences, 14, 11, pages 1 - 12.
  • Simamora, A., Stukely, M., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2015), Phytophthora boodjera sp. nov., a damping-off pathogen in production nurseries and from urban and natural landscapes, with an update on the status of P. alticola, IMA Fungus, 6, 2, pages 319 - 335.
  • Burgess, T., (2015), Molecular characterization of natural hybrids formed between five related indigenous Clade 6 Phytophthora species, PLoS One, 10, 8, pages e0134225 -.
  • Abad, G., Abad, J., Faedda, R., Moralejo, E., Alvarez-Bernaola, L., Bakonyi, J., Jozsa, A., Herrero, M., Burgess, T., Cunnington, J., (2014), Phytophthora niederhauserii sp. nov., a polyphagous species associated with ornamentals, fruit trees and native plants in 13 countries, Mycologia, 106, 3, pages 431 - 447.
  • Crous, P., Wingfield, M., Schumache, R., Summerell, B., Giraldo, A., Gene, J., Guarro, J., Wanasinghe, D., Hyde, K., Burgess, T., (2014), Fungal planet description sheets: 281-319, Persoonia: a mycological journal, 33, , pages 212 - 289.
  • Aghighi, S., Fontanini, L., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., Scott, J., (2014), A Conceptual Model to Describe the Decline of European Blackberry (Rubus anglocandicans), A Weed of National significance in Australia, Plant Disease: an international journal of applied plant pathology, 98, 5, pages 580 - 589.
  • Park, B., Martin, F., Geiser, D., Kim, H., Mansfield, M., Nikolaeva, E., Park, S., Coffey, M., Russo, J., Seong, K., Balci, Y., Abad, G., Burgess, T., Grünwald, N., Cheong, K., Choi, J., Lee, Y., Kang, S., (2013), Phytophthora Database 2.0: Update and future direction, Phytopathology, 103, , pages 1204 - 1208.
  • Sakalidis, M., Slippers, B., Wingfield, B., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2013), The challenge of understanding theorigin, pathways and extent of fungalinvasions: global populations of theNeofusicoccum parvum - N. ribis speciescomplex, Diversity and Distributions: a journal of conservation biogeography, 19, 8, pages 873 - 883.
  • Oh, E., Gryzenhout, M., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., Burgess, T., (2013), Surveys of soil and water reveal a goldmine of Phytophthora diversity in South African natural ecosystems, IMA Fungus, 4, 1, pages 123 - 131.
  • Huberli, D., Hardy, G., White, D., Williams, N., Burgess, T., (2013), Fishing for Phytophthora from Western Australia'swaterways: a distribution and diversity survey, Australasian Plant Pathology, 42, 3, pages 251 - 260.
  • Slippers, B., Boissin, E., Phillips, A., Groenewald, J., Lombard, L., Wingfield, M., Postma, A., Burgess, T., Crous, P., (2013), Phylogenetic lineages in the Botryosphaeriales: a systematic and evolutionary framework, Studies in Mycology, 76, , pages 31 - 49.
  • Crane, C., Burgess, T., (2013), Luteocirrhus shearii gen. sp. nov. (Diaporthales, Cryphonectriaceae) pathogenic to Proteaceae in the South Western Australian Floristic Region, Studies in Mycology, 4, 1, pages 111 - 122.
  • Barber, P., Paap, T., Burgess, T., Dunstan, W., Hardy, G., (2013), A diverse range of Phytophthora species are associated with dying urban trees, Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 12, 4, pages 569 - 575.
  • Nagel, J., Gryzenhout, M., Slippers, B., Wingfield, M., Hardy, G., Stukely, M., Burgess, T., (2013), Characterization of Phytophthora hybrids from ITS clade 6 associated with riparian ecosystems in South Africa and Australia, Fungal Biology, 117, , pages 329 - 347.
  • Perez, G., Burgess, T., Slippers, B., Carnegie, A., Wingfield, B., Wingfield, M., (2013), Teratosphaeria pseudonubilosa sp. nov., a serious Eucalyptus leaf pathogen in the Teratosphaeria nubilosa species complex. Australasian Plant Pathology, Australasian Plant Pathology, 43, 1, pages 67 - 77.
  • Bihon, W., Burgess, T., Slippers, B., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., (2012), High levels of genetic diversity and cryptic recombinationis widespread in introduced Diplodia pinea populations, Australasian Plant Pathology, 41, 1, pages 41 - 46.
  • Mapondera, T., Burgess, T., Matsuki, M., Oberprieler, R., (2012), Identification and molecular phylogenetics of the cryptic species of the Gonipterus scutellatus complex (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Gonipterini), Australian Journal of Entomology, 51, 3, pages 175 - 188.
  • Taylor, K., Andjic, V., Barber, P., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2012), New species of Teratosphaeria associated with leaf diseases on Corymbia calophylla (Marri), Mycological Progress: international journal of fungal sciences, 11, 1, pages 159 - 169.
  • Crous, P., Summerell, B., Shivas, R., Burgess, T., Decock, C., Dreyer, L., Granke, L., Guest, D., Hardy, G., Hausbeck, M., Huberli, D., Jung, T., Koukol, O., Lennox, C., Liew, E., Lombard, L., McTaggart, A., Pryke, J., Roets, F., Saude, C., Shuttleworth, L., Stukely, M., Vanky, K., Webster, B., Windstam, S., Groenewald, J., (2012), Fungal Planet Description Sheets: 107-127, Persoonia: a mycological journal, 28, , pages 138 - 182.
  • Perez, G., Slippers, B., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., Carnegie, A., Burgess, T., (2012), Cryptic species, native populations and biological invasions by a eucalypt forest pathogen, Molecular Ecology, 21, 18, pages 4452 - 4471.
  • Bihon, W., Slippers, B., Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., (2012), Diverse sources of infection and cryptic recombination revealed in South African Diplodia pinea populations, Fungal Biology, 116, 1, pages 112 - 120.
  • Aghighi, S., Hardy, G., Scott, J., Burgess, T., (2012), Phytophthora bilorbang sp.nov. a new species associated with the decline of Rubus anglocandicans (European blackberry) in Western Australia, European Journal of Plant Pathology, 133, 4, pages 841 - 855.
  • Sakalidis, M., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2011), Use of the Genealogical Sorting Index (GSI) to delineate species boundaries in the Neofusicoccum parvum - Neofusicoccum ribis species complex, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 60, 3, pages 333 - 344.
  • Sakalidis, M., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2011), Class III endophytes, clandestine movement amongst hosts and habitats and their potential for disease; a focus on Neofusicoccum australe, Australasian Plant Pathology, 40, 5, pages 510 - 521.
  • Golzar, H., Burgess, T., (2011), Neofusicoccum parvum, a causal agent associated with cankers and decline of Norfolk Island pine in Australia, Australasian Plant Pathology, 40, 5, pages 484 - 489.
  • Andjic, V., Dell, B., Barber, P., Hardy, G., Wingfield, M., Burgess, T., (2011), Plants for planting; indirect evidence for the movement of a serious forest pathogen, Teratosphaeria destructans, in Asia, European Journal of Plant Pathology, 131, 1, pages 49 - 58.
  • Jung, T., Stukely, M., Hardy, G., White, D., Paap, T., Dunstan, W., Burgess, T., (2011), Multiple new Phytophthora species from ITS clade 6 associated with natural ecosystems in Australia: Evolutionary and ecological implications, Persoonia: a mycological journal, 26, , pages 13 - 39.
  • Carnegie, A., Pegg, G., White, D., Burgess, T., (2011), Species within Mycosphaerellaceae and Teratosphaeriaceae from eucalypts in eastern Australia, Australasian Plant Pathology, 40, 4, pages 366 - 384.
  • Archibald, R., Craig, M., Bialkowski, K., Howe, C., Burgess, T., Hardy, G., (2011), Managing small remnants of native forest to increase biodiversity within plantation landscapes in the south west of Western Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, 261, 7, pages 1254 - 1264.
  • Bihon, W., Slippers, B., Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., (2011), Sources of Diplodia pinea endophytic infections in Pinus patula and P. radiata seedlings in South Africa, Forest Pathology (Print), 41, 5, pages 370 - 375.
  • Hunter, G., Crous, P., Carnegie, A., Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., (2011), Mycosphaerella and Teratosphaeria diseases of Eucalyptus; easily confused and with serious consequences, Fungal Diversity, 50, 1, pages 145 - 166.
  • Bihon, W., Burgess, T., Slippers, B., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., (2011), Distribution of Diplodia pinea and its genotypic diversity within asymptomatic Pinus patula trees, Australasian Plant Pathology, 40, 5, pages 540 - 548.
  • Sakalidis, M., Ray, J., Lanoiselet, V., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2011), Pathogenic Botryosphaeriaceae associated with Mangifera indica in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia, European Journal of Plant Pathology, 130, 3, pages 379 - 391.
  • Crous, P., Groenewald, J., Shivas, R., Edwards, J., Seifert, K., Alfenas, A., Alfenas, R., Burgess, T., Carnegie, A., Hardy, G., Hiscock, N., Huberli, D., Jung, T., Louis-Seize, G., Okada, G., Pereira, O., Stukely, M., Wang, W., White, G., Young, A., McTaggart, A., Pascoe, I., Porter, I., Quaedvlieg, W., (2011), Fungal planet description sheets: 69-91, Persoonia: a mycological journal, 26, , pages 108 - 156.
  • Sakalidis, M., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2011), Endophytes as potential pathogens of the baobab species Adansonia gregorii: A focus on the Botryosphaeriaceae, Fungal Ecology, 4, 1, pages 1 - 14.
  • Rea, A., Burgess, T., Hardy, G., Stukely, M., Jung, T., (2011), Two novel and potentially endemic species of Phytophthora associated with episodic dieback of Kwongan vegetation in the south-west of Western Australia, Plant Pathology, 60, 6, pages 1055 - 1068.
  • Bihon, W., Slippers, B., Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., (2011), Diplodia scrobiculata found in the southern hemisphere, Forest Pathology (Print), 41, 3, pages 175 - 181.
  • Whyte, G., Howard, K., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2011), Foliar pests and pathogens of Eucalyptus dunnii plantations in southern Queensland, Australian Forestry, 74, 3, pages 161 - 169.
  • Hawksworth, D., Crous, P., Redhead, S., Reynolds, D., Samson, R., Seifert, K., Taylor, J., Wingfield, M., Abaci, O., Aime, C., Burgess, T., (2011), The Amsterdam declaration on fungal nomenclature, IMA Fungus, 116, , pages 491 - 500.
  • Taole, M., Burgess, T., Gryzenhout, M., Wingfield, B., Wingfield, M., (2011), DNA sequence incongruence and inconsistent morphology obscure species boundaries in the Teratosphaeria suttonii species complex, Mycoscience, 53, 4, pages 270 - 283.
  • Rea, A., Jung, T., Burgess, T., Stukely, M., Hardy, G., (2010), Phytophthora elongata sp. nov., a novel pathogen from the Eucalyptus marginata forest of Western Australia, Australasian Plant Pathology, 39, 6, pages 477 - 491.
  • Andjic, V., Whyte, G., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2010), New Teratosphaeria species occurring on eucalypts in Australia, Fungal Diversity, 43, 1, pages 27 - 38.
  • Andjic, V., Pegg, G., Carnegie, A., Callister, A., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2010), Teratosphaeria pseudoeucalypti, new cryptic species responsible for leaf blight of Eucalyptus in subtropical and tropical Australia, Plant Pathology, 59, 5, pages 900 - 912.
  • Dakin, N., White, D., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2010), The opportunistic pathogen, Neofusicoccum australe, is responsible for crown dieback of peppermint (Agonis flexuosa) in Western Australia, Australasian Plant Pathology, 39, 2, pages 202 - 206.
  • Ray, J., Burgess, T., Lanoiselet, V., (2010), First record of Neoscytalidium dimidiatum and N. novaehollandiae on Mangifera indica and N. dimidiatum on Ficus carica in Australia, Australasian Plant Disease Notes, 5, 1, pages 48 - 50.
  • Adair, R., Burgess, T., Serdani, M., Barber, P., (2009), Fungal associations in Asphondylia (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) galls from Australia and South Africa: implications for biological control of invasive acacias, Fungal Ecology, 2, , pages 121 - 134.
  • Crous, P., Summerell, B., Carnegie, A., Wingfield, M., Hunter, G., Burgess, T., Barber, P., Andjic, V., Groenewald, J., (2009), Unravelling Mycosphaerella: do you believe in genera?, Persoonia: a mycological journal, 23, , pages 99 - 118.
  • Burgess, T., Webster, J., Ciampini, J., White, D., Stukely, M., Hardy, G., (2009), Re-evaluation of Phytophthora Species Isolated During 30 years of Vegetation Health Surveys in Western Australia Using Molecular Techniques, Plant Disease: an international journal of applied plant pathology, 93, , pages 215 - 223.
  • Schoch, C., Crous, P., Groenewald, J., Boehm, E., Burgess, T., de Gruyter, J., de Hoog, G., Dixon, L., Grube, M., Gueidan, C., Harada, Y., Hatakeyama, S., Hirayama, K., Hosoya, T., Huhndorf, S., Hyde, K., Jones, E., Kohlmeyer, J., Kruys, A., Li, Y., Lucking, R., Lumbsch, H., Marvanova, L., Mbatchou, J., McVay, A., Miller, A., Mugambi, G., Muggia, L., Nelson, M., Nelson, P., Owensby, C., Phillips, A., Phongpaichit, S., Pointing, S., Pujade-Renaud, V., Raja, H., Ravas Plata, E., Robbertse, B., Ruibal, C., Sakayaroj, J., Sano, T., Selbmann, L., Shearer, C., Shirouzu, T., Slippers, B., Suetrong, S., Tanaka, K., Volkmann-Kohlmeyer, B., Wingfield, M., Wood, A., Woudenberg, J., Yonezawa, H., Zhang, Y., Spatafora, J., (2009), A class-wide phylogenetic assessment of Dothideomycetes, Studies in Mycology, 64, , pages 1 - 15.
  • Scott, P., Burgess, T., Barber, P., Shearer, B., Stukely, M., Hardy, G., Jung, T., (2009), Phytophthora multivora sp. nov., a new species recovered from declining Eucalyptus, Banksia, Agonis and other plant species in Western Australia, Persoonia: a mycological journal, 22, , pages 1 - 13.
  • Burgess, T., Bihon, W., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., (2009), A simple and rapid method to determine vegetative compatibility groups in fungi, Mycologia, 60, 6, pages -.
  • Slippers, B., Burgess, T., Pavlic, D., Ahumada, R., Maleme, H., Mohali, S., Rodas, C., Wingfield, M., (2009), A diverse assemblage of Botryosphaeriaceae infect Eucalyptus in native and non-native environments, Southern Forests: a journal of forest science, 71, , pages 101 - 110.
  • Jung, T., Burgess, T., (2009), Re-evaluation of Phytophthora citricola isolates from multiple woody hosts in Europe and North America reveals a new species, Phytophthora plurivora sp. nov., Persoonia: a mycological journal, 22, , pages 95 - 110.
  • Taylor, K., Barber, P., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2009), Botryosphaeriaceae from tuart (Eucalyptus gomphocephala) woodland, including descriptions of four new species, Mycological Research, 113, , pages 337 - 353.
  • Thu, P., Dell, B., Burgess, T., (2009), Susceptibility of 18 eucalypt species to the gall wasp Leptocybe invasa in the nursery and young plantations in Vietnam, ScienceAsia, 35, , pages 113 - 117.
  • Nakabonge, G., Burgess, T., Roux, J., Wingfield, B., Gryzenhout, M., Wingfield, M., (2008), Population structure of the fungal pathogen Holocryphia eucalypti in Australia and South Africa, Australasian Plant Pathology, 37, , pages 154 - 161.
  • Paap, T., Burgess, T., McComb, J., Shearer, B., Hardy, G., (2008), Quambalaria species, including Q. coyrecup sp. nov., implicated in canker and shoot blight diseases causing decline of Corymbia species in the southwest of Western Australia, Mycological Research, 112, , pages 57 - 69.
  • Pegg, G., O’Dwyer, C., Carnegie, A., Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., Drenth, A., (2008), Quambalaria species associated with plantation and native eucalypts in Australia., Plant Pathology, 57, , pages 702 - 714.
  • Barber, P., Carnegie, A., Burgess, T., Keane, P., (2008), Leaf disease caused by Mycosphaerella species in Eucalyptus globulus plantations and nearby native forest in the Green Triangle Region of southern Australia, Australasian Plant Pathology, 37, , pages 472 - 481.
  • Dell, B., Hardy, G., Burgess, T., (2008), Health and nutrition of plantation eucalypts in Asia, Southern Forests: a journal of forest science, 70, , pages 131 - 138.
  • Pavlic, D., Barber, P., Slippers, B., Hardy, G., Wingfield, M., Burgess, T., (2008), Seven new species of the Botryosphaeriaceae from baobab and other native trees in Western Australia, Mycologia, 100, 6, pages 851 - 866.
  • Jackson, S., Maxwell, A., Burgess, T., Hardy, G., Dell, B., (2008), Incidence and new records of Mycosphaerella species within a Eucalyptus globulus plantation in Western Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, 255, , pages 3931 - 3937.
  • Hunter, G., van der Merwe, A., Burgess, T., Carnegie, A., Wingfield, B., Crous, P., Wingfield, M., (2008), Global movement and population biology of Mycosphaerella nubilosa infecting leaves of cold-tolerant Eucalyptus globulus and E. nitens, Plant Pathology, 57, , pages 235 - 242.
  • Burgess, T., Andjic, V., Wingfield, M., Hardy, G., (2007), The eucalypt leaf blight pathogen Kirramyces destructans discovered in Australia, Australasian Plant Disease Notes, 2, , pages 141 - 144.
  • Maseko, B., Burgess, T., Coutinho, T., Wingfield, M., (2007), Two new Phytophthora species from South African eucalypt plantations, Mycological Research, 111, , pages 1321 - 1338.
  • Carnegie, A., Burgess, T., Beilharz, V., Wingfield, M., (2007), New species of Mycosphaerella from Myrtaceae in plantations and native forests in eastern Australia, Mycologia, 99, , pages 461 - 474.
  • Zhou, X., Burgess, T., de Beer, W., Lieutier, F., Yart, A., Klipzig, K., Carnegie, A., Portales, J., Wingfield, B., Wingfield, M., (2007), High intercontinental migration rates and population admixture in the sapstain fungus Ophiostoma ips, Molecular Ecology, 16, 1, pages 89 - 99.
  • Burgess, T., Barber, P., Sufaati, S., Xu, D., Hardy, G., Dell, B., (2007), Mycosphaerella spp. on Eucaluptus in Asia: new species; new hosts and new records, Fungal Diversity, 24, , pages 135 - 157.
  • Barber, P., Carnegie, A., Burgess, T., Keane, P., (2007), Leaf diseases caused by Mycosphaerella species in Eucalyptus globulus plantations and nearby native forest in the Green Triangle Region of southern Australia., Australasian Plant Pathology, xxxx, , pages xxxx - xxxx.
  • Barber, P., Burgess, T., Mohali, S., Pegg, G., de Beer, W., Wingfield, M., (2006), Three new Lasiodiplodia spp. from the tropics, recognized based on DNA sequence comparisons and morphology, Mycologia, 98(3), xxxx, pages 423 - 435.
  • Crous, P., Slippers, B., Wingfield, M., Reeder, J., Marasas, W., Phillips, A., Alves, A., Burgess, T., Barber, P., Groenewald, J., (2006), Phylogenetic lineages in the Botryosphaeriaceae, Studies in Mycology, 55, xxxx, pages 235 - 253.
  • Ray, J., Burgess, T., Malajczuk, N., Hardy, G., (2005), First report of Alternaria blight of Paulownia spp., Australasian Plant Pathology, 34, , pages 107 - 109.
  • Whyte, G., Burgess, T., Barber, P., Hardy, G., (2005), First record of Mycosphaerella heimii in Australia, Australasian Plant Pathology, 34, 4, pages 605 - 606.
  • Mohali, S., Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., (2005), Diversity and host association of the tropical tree endophyte Lasiodiplodia theobromae revealed using simple sequence repeat markers, Forest Pathology (Print), 35, 6, pages 385 - 396.
  • Burgess, T., Barber, P., Hardy, G., (2005), Botryosphaeria spp. associated with eucalypts in Western Australia, including the description of Fusicoccum macroclavatum sp. nov., Australasian Plant Pathology, 34, 4, pages 557 - 567.
  • Taylor, A., Hardy, G., Wood, P., Burgess, T., (2005), Identification and pathogenicity of Botryosphaeria species associated with grapevine decline in Western Australia, Australasian Plant Pathology, 34, 2, pages 187 - 195.
  • Barber, P., Burgess, T., Hardy, G., Slippers, B., Keane, P., Wingfield, M., (2005), Botryosphaeria species from Eucalyptus in Australia are pleoanamorphic, producing Dichomera synanamorphs in culture, Mycological Research, 109, 12, pages 1347 - 1363.
  • Slippers, B., Burgess, T., Crous, P., Coutinho, T., Wingfield, M., (2004), Development of simple sequence repeat markers for Botryosphaeria spp. with Fusicoccum anamorphs, Molecular Ecology Resources, 4, 4, pages 675 - 677.
  • Burgess, T., (2004), Global distribution of Diplodia pinea genotypes revealed using simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers, Australasian Plant Pathology, 33, , pages 513 - 519.
  • Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., (2004), Geographic isolation of Diplodia scrobiculata and its association with native pinus radiata, Mycological Research, 12, 108, pages 1399 - 1406.
  • de Wet, J., Burgess, T., Slippers, B., Presig, O., Wingfield, B., Wingfield, M., (2003), Multiple gene geneaologies and microsatellite markers reflect relationships between morphotypes of Sphaeropsis sapinea and identifiy a new species of Diplodia, Mycological Research, 107, xxxx, pages 557 - 566.
  • Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., (2003), Development and characterization of microsatellite loci for the tropical tree pathogen Botryosphaeria rhodina, Molecular Ecology Resources, 3, , pages 91 - 94.
  • Zhou, X., Burgess, T., de Beer, W., Wingfield, B., Wingfield, M., (2002), Development of polymorphic microsatellite markers for tree pathogen and sapstain agent, Ophiostoma ips, Molecular Ecology Resources, 2, , pages 309 - 312.
  • Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., (2002), Quarantine is important in restricting the spread of exotic seed-borne tree pathogens in the southern hemisphere, International Forestry Review, 4, , pages 56 - 65.
  • Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., (2001), Exotic pine forestry in the Southern Hemisphere: A brief history of establishment and quarantine practices., South African Forestry Journal, 192, , pages 79 - 84.
  • Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., Wingfield, B., (2001), Simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers distinguish between morphotypes of Sphaeropsis sapinea, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 67, , pages 354 - 362.
  • Burgess, T., Wingfield, B., Wingfield, M., (2001), Comparison of genotypic diversity in native and introduced populations of Sphaeropsis sapinea isolated from Pinus radiata, Mycological Research, 105, , pages 1331 - 1339.
  • Barnes, I., Gaur, A., Burgess, T., Roux, J., Wingfield, B., Wingfield, M., (2001), Microsatellite markers and DNA sequence reflect relationships between isolates of the vascular wilt and canker pathogen Ceratocystis fimbriata., Molecular Plant Pathology, 2, , pages 319 - 327.
  • Burgess, T., Wingfield, M., (2001), Quarantine is important in restricting the spread of exotic seed-borne tree pathogens in the southern hemisphere, International Forestry Review, 4, , pages 56 - 65.
  • Jackson, T., Burgess, T., Colquhoun, I., Hardy, G., (2000), Action of the fungicide phosphite on Eucalyptus marginata inoculated with Phytophthora cinnamomi, Plant Pathology, 49, , pages 147 - 154.
  • Burgess, T., Collins, S., Hardy, G., Colquhoun, I., McComb, J., (1999), A survey of the frequency, duration and oxygen content of surface and sub-surface water in a rehabilitated mined areas at Huntly mine, Alcoa Environmental Department Research Bulletin, 29, , pages 1 - 14.
  • Burgess, T., Hardy, G., McComb, J., Colquhoun, I., (1999), Effects of hypoxia on root morphology and lesion development in Eucalyptus marginata infected with Phytophthora cinnamomi, Plant Pathology, 48, , pages 786 - 796.
  • Burgess, T., McComb, J., Hardy, G., Colquhoun, I., (1998), Influence of Low Oxygen Levels in Aeroponics Chambers on Eucalypt Roots Infected with Phytophthora cinnamomi, Plant Disease: an international journal of applied plant pathology, 82, , pages 368 - 373.
  • Burgess, T., McComb, J., Hardy, G., (1997), Response of Eucalyptus marginata (Jarrah) to simulated waterlogging and Phytophthora cinnamomi infection, Acta Horticulturae, 447, , pages 401 - 406.

Conference

  • Barber, P., Burgess, T., Hardy, G., Scott, P., Shearer, B., Colquhoun, I., Jung, T., (2007),The potential role of a Phytophthora species in Eucalyptus gomphocephala (tuart) decline in southwest Western Australia,In: 11th International Mediterranean Ecosystems (MEDECOS) Conference (2007).