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Haney, C.H*., Weismann, C., Shapiro, L., Melnyk, R.A., O’Sullivan, L., Khorasani, S.,  Xiao, L., Han, J., Bush, J., Carillo, J, Pierce, N., Ausubel, F.M. (2017). Rhizosphere-associated Pseudomonas induce systemic resistance to herbivores at the cost of susceptibility to bacterial pathogens. Molecular Ecology. In Press.  (*corresponding author)

Haney, C. H. and Aususbel, F. M. (2015). Plant microbiome blueprints. SCIENCE. 349 (6250): 788-9.

Rellán-Álvarez, R., Lobet, G., Lindner, H., Pradier, P.L., Yee, M. C., Sebastian, J., Geng, Y., Trontin, C., LaRue, T., Schrager, A., Haney, C. H., Nieu, R., Maloof, J., Vogel, J., and Dinneny J. R. (2015) Multidimensional mapping of root system responses to soil environmental cues using a luminescence-based imaging system. eLife. 19;4.

Haney, C.H., Samuel, B. S., Bush, J and Ausubel, F.M. (2015). Associations with rhizosphere bacteria can confer an adaptive advantage to plants. Nature Plants. 1(6): 1-9

Haney, C.H., Urbach, J. and Ausubel, F.M. (2014). Innate Immunity in Plants and Animals. The Biochemist. 36(5):1-5.

Riely, B.K., Larrainzar, E., Haney, C.H., J.H., Gil-Quintana, E., González, E.M., Yu, H.J., David Tricoli, D., Ehrhardt, D.W., Long, S.R., and Cook, D.R. (2013). Development of tools for the biochemical characterization of the symbiotic receptor-like kinase DMI2. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 26(2):216-26.

Haney, C.H., Riely, B.K., Tricoli, D., Cook, D. R., Ehrhardt, D.W., and Long, S.R. (2011). Symbiotic rhizobia bacteria trigger a change in localization and dynamics of the Medicago truncatula receptor kinase LYK3.Plant Cell. 23(7):2774-87

Haney, C.H., and Long, S.R. (2010). Plant flotillins are required for infection by nitrogen-fixing bacteria.P.N.A.S. 107(1):478-83.