Karen Bryson

Research Specialist


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

Department:
Entomology, Soils, and Plant Sciences

Location:
Clemson University, Clemson SC 29634

Education:
MS Biochemistry, Clemson University

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

Publications:
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 Oustanding Staff Award, CAFLS, Clemson University