Plesken, Cecilia Dr.

Research Scientist

Research Area:Bioinformatics

Contact
  • Phone:+49 (0)241 80 26761
  • Address:
    Institute for Biology I
    Worringer Weg 3
    52074 Aachen
  • Office: Building AVZ II, Room 3.118
  • E-Mail: plesken (a.t.) bio1.rwth-aachen.de
Journal Publications

Rupp S, Plesken C, Rumsey S, Dowling M, Schnabel G, Weber RWS, Hahn M (2017) Botrytis fragariae, a new species causing gray mold on strawberries, shows high frequencies 1 of specific and efflux-based fungicide resistance. Applied Environmental Microbiology, in press

Plesken C, Weber, RWS, Rupp S, Leroch M, Hahn M 2015. Botrytis pseudocinerea is a significant pathogen of several crop plants but susceptible to displacement by fungicide-resistant B. cinerea strains. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2015 Jul 31. pii: AEM.01719-15.

Plesken C, Westrich L-D, Hahn M 2015. Genetic and phenotypic characterization of Botrytis calthae. Plant Pathol., 64, 128-136

Hahn M, Plesken C, Leroch M, D√ľker A, Rupp S, Weber R 2013. Multiple fungicide resistance and genetic diversity of Botrytis spp. in German strawberry fields. In: Dehne, HW, Deising HB, Fraaije B, Gisi U, Hermann D, Mehl A, Oerke EC, Russell PE, Stammler G, Kuck KH and Lyr H (Eds) "Modern Fungicides and Antifungal Compounds", Vol. VII,, pp. 1-xxx. Deutsche Phytomedizinische Gesellschaft, Braunschweig, ISBN: 978 3 941261 13 6

Leroch M, Plesken C, Weber RWS, Kauff F, Scalliet G, Hahn M. 2013. Gray mold populations in German strawberry fields are resistant to multiple fungicides and dominated by a novel clade closely related to Botrytis cinerea. Appl Environm Microbiol 79(1):159. DOI:10.1128/AEM.02655-12.