Karen Bryson

Research Specialist

Karen BrysonEmail: pbryson@clemson.edu
Office: 864 656 5742

Entomology, Soils, and Plant Sciences

Clemson University, Clemson SC 29634

MS Biochemistry, Clemson University

Train students and postdoctoral scientists, maintain equipment, order supplies, accounting, conduct research, supply lab with honey

Cox, D. K., K. P. Bryson, and G. Schnabel 2007. Instability of propiconazole resistance and fitness in Monilinia fructicola. Phytopathology 97:448-453.

Schnabel, G., P. K. Bryson, and M. A. Williamson 2006. First Report of Armillaria tabescens causing Armillaria root rot of Pindo Palm in South Carolina. Plant Dis. 90:1106.

Schnabel, G., J. S. Ash, and P. K. Bryson 2005. Identification and characterization of Armillaria tabescens from the southeastern United States. Mycol. Res. 109:1208-1222.

Schnabel, G., K. E. Bussey, and P. K. Bryson, 2005. First Report of Armillaria gallica causing Armillaria root rot in daylily in South Carolina. Plant Dis. 89:683, 2005.

Schnabel, G., P. K. Bryson, W. C. Bridges, and P. M. Brannen 2004. Reduced sensitivity in Monilinia fructicola to propiconazole in Georgia and implications for disease management. Plant Dis. 88:1000-1004.

Honors and awards:
2008 Outstanding Staff Award, CAFLS, Clemson University