College of Agricultural Sciences Personnel Profile
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Jorge M Vivanco
Professor
Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
College of Agricultural Sciences

Shepardson Building, Room 0217
Phone:
970-491-7170
Education:
  • Ph D, The Pennsylvania State University; Plant Pathology-Biotechnology
  • BS, Universidad Nacional Agraria; Agronomy
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Vivanco, Jorge M, (2016) Soil memory as a potential mechanism for encouraging sustainable plant health and productivity Current Opinion in Biotechnology 38 137-142

Huang, Xingfeng, Chaparro, Jacqueline M, Reardon, Kenneth F, Judd, Timothy M, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2016) Supplementing Blends of Sugars, Amino Acids, and Secondary Metabolites to the Diet of Termites (Reticulitermes flavipes) Drive Distinct Gut Bacterial Communities Microbial ecology 72 3 497–502

Vivanco, Jorge M, A unified initiative to harness the Earth's microbiomes Science 2015 350 507-508

Huang, Xingfeng, Zhou, Dongmei, Guo, Jianhua, Manter, Daniel K, Reardon, Kenneth F, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2015) Bacillus spp. from rainforest soil promote plant growth under limited nitrogen conditions Journal of applied microbiology 118 3 672–684

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2015) Bacillus spp. From rainforest soil promote plant growth under limited nitrogen conditions J Appl Microbiol

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2014) Plant-plant-microbe mechanisms involved in soil-borne disease suppression on a maize and pepper intercropping system PLOS ONE

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2014) De-coupling of root-microbiome associations followed by antagonist inoculation improves rhizosphere soil suppressiveness Biology and Fertility of Soils 50 217-224

Huang, Xingfeng, Chaparro, Jacqueline M, Reardon, Kenneth F, Zhang, Ruifu, Shen, Qirong, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2014) Rhizosphere interactions: root exudates, microbes, and microbial communities 1 Botany 92 4 267–275

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Activation of the jasmonic acid plant defence pathway alters the composition of rhizosphere bacterial communities PLoS ONE 8(2): e56457

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Application of natural blends of phytochemicals derived from the root exudates of Arabidopsis to the soil reveal that phenolic related compounds predominantly modulate the soil microbiome Journal of Biological Chemistry 288 4502-4512

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Assessment of the role of fluorescent root and seed exudates in crop plants Journal of Plant Nutrition 36 811-824

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Effect of plant sterols and tannins on Phytophthora ramorum growth and sporulation Journal of Chemical Ecology 39 733-743

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Isolation and characterization of lignin-degrading bacteria from rainforest soils Biotechnol Bioeng. 110 1616–1626

Huang, Xingfeng, Santhanam, Navaneetha, Badri, Dayakar V, Hunter, William J, Manter, Daniel K, Decker, Stephen R, Vivanco, Jorge M, Reardon, Kenneth F, (2013) Isolation and characterization of lignin-degrading bacteria from rainforest soils Biotechnology and bioengineering 110 6 1616–1626

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Potential impact of soil microbiomes on the leaf metabolome and on herbivore feeding behavior New Phytologist 198 264-273

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Relationships between Arabidopsis genotype-specific biomass accumulation and associated soil microbial communities Botany 10.1139/cjb-2012-0217 19 123-126

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Rhizosphere microbiome assemblage is affected by plant development ISME Journal (Nature journal)

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Root architecture of Arabidopsis is affected by competition with neighbouring plants Plant Growth Regulation DOI 10.1007/s10725-013-9786-7 70 141-147

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Root exudation of phytochemicals in Arabidopsis follows specific patterns that are developmentally programmed and correlate with soil microbial functions PLoS ONE 8(2): e55731

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Soil microbiomes vary in their ability to confer drought tolerance to Arabidopsis Applied Soil Ecology 68 1-9

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) "Understanding root-microbiome interactions" John Wiley & Sons, Inc 745-754

Huang, Xingfeng, Bakker, Matthew Gene, Judd, Timothy M, Reardon, Kenneth F, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Variations in diversity and richness of gut bacterial communities of termites (Reticulitermes flavipes) fed with grassy and woody plant substrates Microbial ecology 65 3 531–536

Vivanco, Jorge M, (2013) Variations in diversity and richness of gut bacterial communities of termites (Reticulitermes flavipes) fed with grassy and woody substrates Microbial Ecology 65 531-536

(2012) "Coadaptationary aspects of the underground communication between plants and other organisms" Biocommunication of Plants 361-375

(2012) Harnessing the rhizosphere microbiome through plant breeding and agricultural management Plant and Soil 360 13-Jan

(2012) Influence of ATP-binding cassette transporters in root exudation of phytoalexins, signals, and in disease resistance Frontiers in Plant Science doi: 10.3389/fpls.2012.00149

Santhanam, Navaneetha, Badri, Dayakar V, Decker, Stephen R, Manter, Daniel K, Reardon, Kenneth F, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2012) "Lignocellulose decomposition by microbial secretions" Springer Berlin Heidelberg 125–153

(2012) "Lignocellulose decomposition by microbial secretions. In Secretions and Exudates in Biological Systems" Springer 125-154

(2012) Manipulating the soil microbiome to increase plant health and soil fertility Biol Fertil Soils 48 489-499

(2012) Plant inhabiting ant, Pseudomyrmex triplarinus, utilizes chemical cues for host discrimination Biotropica 44 246-253

(2012) Relationships between Arabidopsis genotype-specific biomass accumulation and associated soil microbial communities Botany 10.1139/cjb-2012-0217

Santhanam, Navaneetha, Vivanco, Jorge M, Decker, Stephen R, Reardon, Kenneth F, (2012) Response to PK et al.: Bacterial laccases still have a case Trends in Biotechnology 30 7 362–363

(2012) Root architecture of Arabidopsis is affected by competition with neighbouring plants Plant Growth Regulation DOI 10.1007/s10725-013-9786-7

(2012) Root secreted metabolites and proteins are involved in the early events of plant-plant recognition prior to competition PLoS ONE 7(10): e46640. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0046640 7 10

(2012) "Secretions and Exudates in Biological Systems" Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg

(2012) "Understanding root-microbiome interactions. In Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere" John Wiley & Sons, Inc 745-754

(2011) "Biodiversity" Chemical Biology of the Tropics, Springer 14-Jan

(2011) "Chemical Biology of the Tropics: An Interdisciplinary Approach" Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg

(2011) "Chemical ecology: definition and famous examples" Chemical Biology of the Tropics, Springer 15-26

(2011) Enterobacter soli sp. nov: A lignin-degrading g-Proteobacteria isolated from soil Current Microbiology 62 1044-1049

(2011) Expression of industrially relevant laccases: prokaryotic style Trends in Biotechnology 29 480-489

Santhanam, Navaneetha, Vivanco, Jorge M, Decker, Stephen R, Reardon, Kenneth F, (2011) Expression of industrially relevant laccases: prokaryotic style Trends in biotechnology 29 10 480–489

(2011) Plant inhabiting ant, Pseudomyrmex triplarinus, utilizes chemical cues for host discrimination Biotropica DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-7429.2011.00786.x

(2011) "Proteins in the rhizosphere: another example of plant-microbe exchange" Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Metabolism in Plants, Wiley-Blackwell Press 95-116

(2011) The effect of root exudates on root architecture in Arabidopsis thaliana Plant Growth Regulation 64 241-249

Vivanco, Jorge M, Paschke, Mark W, Callaway, Ragan, (2010) "Allelochemical Control of Non-Indigenous Invasive Plant Species Affecting Military Testing and Training Activities" DTIC Document

(2010) Negative Effects of Sample Pooling on PCR-Based Estimates of Soil Microbial Richness and Community Structure Appl Environ Microb 76 2086- 2090

(2010) Plant neighbor identity influences plant biochemistry and physiology related to defense Bmc Plant Biol: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2229/10/115 10 115

(2010) Pseudomonas putida KT2440 causes induced systemic resistance and changes in Arabidopsis root exudation Env Microbiol Rep 2 381-388

Vivanco, Jorge M, Jayanty, Sastry SSGM, (2010) Pyrosequencing Assessment of Soil Microbial Communities Organic and Conventional Potato Farms Plant Disease, November 94 11 1329-1335

(2010) Pyrosequencing assessment of soil microbial communities in organic and conventional potato farms Plant Disease 94 1329-1335

(2010) Root secretion of defense-related proteins is development-dependent and correlated with flowering time Journal of Biological Chemistry 285 30654-30665

(2010) Root Secretion of Phytochemicals in Arabidopsis Is Predominantly Not Influenced by Diurnal Rhythms Mol Plant 3 491-498

(2010) Root-microbe interactions: the importance of protein secretion Current Proteomics 7 265-274

(2009) 7,8-benzoflavone Phytochemistry 70 156-156

(2009) An ABC Transporter Mutation Alters Root Exudation of Phytochemicals That Provoke an Overhaul of Natural Soil Microbiota Plant Physiol 151 2006-2017

(2009) Bacterial Attraction and Quorum Sensing Inhibition in Caenorhabditis elegans Exudates J Chem Ecol 35 878-892

Quintana, Naira, Weir, Tiffany L, Du, Jiang, Broeckling, Corey D, Rieder, Julie P, Stermitz, Frank R, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2009) Erratum to ÒPhytotoxic polyacetylenes from roots of Russian knapweed (Acroptilon repens (L.) DC.)Ó[Phytochemistry 69 (2008) 2572–2578] Phytochemistry 70 3 437

(2009) Intraspecific and Interspecific Interactions Mediated by a Phytotoxin, (-)-Catechin, Secreted by the Roots of Centaurea maculosa (Spotted Knapweed) (vol 29, pg 2397, 2003) J Chem Ecol 35 860-860

(2009) Ipomopsin and hymenain, two biscoumarins from seeds of Hymenaea courbaril Phytochem Lett 2 59-62

(2009) Phytotoxic polyacetylenes from roots of Russian knapweed (Acroptilon repens (L) DC) (vol 69, pg 2572, 2008) Phytochemistry 70 437-437

(2009) Plant origin and ploidy influence gene expression and life cycle characteristics in an invasive weed Bmc Plant Biol 9

(2009) Regulation and function of root exudates Plant Cell Environ 32 666-681

(2009) Rhizosphere chemical dialogues Curr Opin Biotech 20 642-650

(2009) The Effects of Flavonoid Allelochemicals from Knapweeds on Legume-Rhizobia Candidates for Restoration Restor Ecol 17 506-514

Alford, Elan R, Vivanco, Jorge M, Paschke, Mark W, (2009) The effects of flavonoid allelochemicals from knapweeds on legume–rhizobia candidates for restoration Restoration Ecology 17 4 506–514

(2008) A molecular approach to understanding plant-plant interactions in the context of invasion biology Funct Plant Biol 35 1123-1134

Broz, Amanda Kay, Manter, Daniel K, Callaway, Ragan M, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2008) A molecular approach to understanding plant–plant interactions in the context of invasion biology Functional Plant Biology 35 11 1123–1134

(2008) A selective, sensitive, and rapid in-field assay for soil catechin, an allelochemical of Centaurea maculosa Soil Biol Biochem 40 1189-1196

(2008) Allelopathy Soil Biol Biochem 40 105-117

(2008) Altered profile of secondary metabolites in the root exudates of Arabidopsis ATP-binding cassette transporter mutants Plant Physiol 146 762-771

(2008) No evidence for trade-offs Ecol Monogr 78 369-386

(2008) Novel role for pectin methylesterase in Arabidopsis Bba-Gen Subjects 1780 773-783

(2008) Phytotoxic catechin leached by seeds of the tropical weed Sesbania virgata J Chem Ecol 34 681-687

(2008) Phytotoxic polyacetylenes from roots of Russian knapweed (Acroptilon repens (L) DC) Phytochemistry 69 2572-2578

Quintana, Naira, Weir, Tiffany L, Du, Jiang, Broeckling, Corey D, Rieder, Julie P, Stermitz, Frank R, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2008) Phytotoxic polyacetylenes from roots of Russian knapweed (Acroptilon repens (L.) DC.) Phytochemistry 69 14 2572–2578

Broeckling, Corey D, Manter, DK, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2008) Rhizosphere Ecology Elsevier BV

(2008) Root exudates regulate soil fungal community composition and diversty Appl Environ Microb 74 738-744

(2008) Root-microbe communication through protein secretion J Biol Chem 283 25247-25255

(2008) Transcriptome analysis of Arabidopsis roots treated with signaling compounds New Phytol 179 209-223

Perry, Laura G, Alford, Élan R, Horiuchi, Junichiro, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2007) 11 Chemical Signals in the Rhizosphere: Root–Root and Root–Microbe Communication

(2007) A first step in understanding an invasive weed through its genes Bmc Plant Biol 7

(2007) A putative allelopathic agent of Russian knapweed occurs in invaded soils Soil Biol Biochem 39 1812-1815

Alford, Élan R, Perry, Laura G, Qin, Bo, Vivanco, Jorge M, Paschke, Mark W, (2007) A putative allelopathic agent of Russian knapweed occurs in invaded soils Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 7 1812–1815

(2007) Chemical facilitation and induced pathogen resistance mediated by a root-secreted phytotoxin New Phytol 173 852-860

Pinton, Roberto, Varanini, Zeno, Nannipieri, Paolo, Paschke, Mark W, Horiuchi, Junichiro, Vivanco, Jorge M, Perry, Laura G, Alford, Élan R, (2007) "Chemical Signals in the Rhizosphere" CRC Press 297–330

Perry, Laura G, Alford, Elan R, Horiuchi, J, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, Chemical Signals in the Rhizosphere: Root:Root and Root:Microbe Marcel Dekker 297-300

Perry, Laura G, Thelen, Giles C, Ridenour, Wendy M, Callaway, Ragan M, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2007) Concentrations of the allelochemical ($$)-catechin in Centaurea maculosa soils!!! Journal of chemical ecology 33 12 2337–2344

(2007) Concentrations of the allelochemical (+/-)-catechin in Centaurea maculosa soils J Chem Ecol 33 2337-2344

(2007) Effect of transporters on the secretion of phytochemicals by the roots of Arabidopsis thaliana Planta 225 301-310

Prithiviraj, B, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2007) Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science Taylor & Francis

(2007) No evidence for root-mediated allelopathy in Centaurea solstitialis, a species in a commonly allelopathic genus Biol Invasions 9 897-907

(2007) Soil fungal abundance and diversity Isme J 1 763-765

(2007) The floral volatile, methyl benzoate, from snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus) triggers phytotoxic effects in Arabidopsis thaliana Planta 226 10-Jan

Horiuchi, Jun-ichiro, Badri, Dayakar V, Kimball, Bruce A, Negre, Florence, Dudareva, Natalia, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2007) The floral volatile, methyl benzoate, from snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus) triggers phytotoxic effects in Arabidopsis thaliana Planta 226 1 1–10

(2007) Use of the ITS primers, ITS1F and ITS4, to characterize fungal abundance and diversity in mixed-template samples by qPCR and length heterogeneity analysis J Microbiol Meth 71 14-Jul

Perry, Laura G, Weir, Tiffany L, Prithiviraj, Balakrishnan, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2006) 27 RootExudationandRhizosphere Springer

(2006) Can plant biochemistry contribute to understanding of invasion ecology? Trends Plant Sci 11 574-580

(2006) Oxalate contributes to the resistance of Gaillardia grandiflora and Lupinus sericeas to a phytotoxin produced by Centaurea maculosa Planta 223 785-795

Qin, Bo, Perry, Laura G, Broeckling, Corey D, Du, Jiang, Stermitz, Frank R, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2006) Phytotoxic allelochemicals from roots and root exudates of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula L.) Plant signaling & behavior 1 6 323–327

(2006) Ribosome-inactivating proteins in edible plants and purification and characterization of a new ribosome-inactivating protein from Cucurbita moschata Bba-Gen Subjects 1760 783-792

Perry, Laura G, Weir, Tiffany L, Prithiviraj, Balakrishnan, Paschke, Mark W, Vivanco, Jorge M, (2006) "Root exudation and rhizosphere biology: multiple functions of a plant secondary metabolite" Springer Berlin Heidelberg 403–420

(2006) The role of root exudates in rhizosphere interations with plants and other organisms Annu Rev Plant Biol 57 233-266

(2005) Analysis of natural flavonoids by microchip-micellar electrokinetic chromatography with pulsed amperometric detection Analyst 130 694-700

Hompesch, Richard W, García, Carlos D, Weiss, David J, Vivanco, Jorge M, Henry, Charles S, (2005) Analysis of natural flavonoids by microchip-micellar electrokinetic chromatography with pulsed amperometric detection Analyst 130 5 694–700

(2005) Down regulation of virulence factors of Pseudomonas aeruginosa by salicylic acid attenuates its virulence on Arabidopsis thaliana and Caenorhabditis elegans Infect Immun 73 5319-5328

(2005) Dual role for an allelochemical J Ecol 93 1126-1135

(2005) Enterococcus faecalis mammalian virulence-related factors exhibit potent pathogenicity in the Arabidopsis thaliana plant model Infect Immun 73 464-475

(2005) Insect herbivory stimulates allelopathic exudation by an invasive plant and the suppression of natives Ecol Lett 8 209-217

(2005) Mediation of pathogen resistance by exudation of antimicrobials from roots Nature 434 217-221

(2005) Natural selection for resistance to the allelopathic effects of invasive plants J Ecol 93 576-583

(2005) Plant models for animal pathogenesis Cell Microbiol 7 315-324

(2005) Screening of grassland plants for restoration after spotted knapweed invasion Restor Ecol 13 725-735

Perry, Laura G, Johnson, Chandra, Alford, Elan R, Vivanco, Jorge M, Paschke, Mark W, (2005) Screening of grassland plants for restoration after spotted knapweed invasion Restoration Ecology 13 4 725–735

(2005) Soil nematodes mediate positive interactions between legume plants and rhizobium bacteria Planta 222 848-857

(2005) Staphylococcus aureus pathogenicity on Arabidopsis thaliana is mediated either by a direct effect of salicylic acid on the pathogen or by SA-dependent, NPR1-independent host responses Plant J 42 417-432

Hompesch, R W, Garcia, C D, Weiss, D J, Vivanco, Jorge M, Henry, Charles S, (2005) Analysis of natural flavonoids by microchip-micellar electrokinetic chromatography with pulsed amperometric detection. The Analyst 130 5 694-700

(2004) Biochemical and physiological mechanisms mediated by allelochemicals Curr Opin Plant Biol 7 472-479

(2004) Biocontrol of Bacillus subtilis against infection of Arabidopsis roots by Pseudomonas syringae is facilitated by biofilm formation and surfactin production Plant Physiol 134 307-319

(2004) Biogeographical variation in community response to root allelochemistry Ecol Lett 7 285-292

(2004) How plants communicate using the underground information superhighway Trends Plant Sci 9 26-32

(2004) Isolation and characterization of an RIP (ribosome-inactivating protein)-like protein from tobacco with dual enzymatic activity Plant Physiol 134 171-181

(2004) Phytotoxic and antimicrobial activities of catechin derivatives J Agr Food Chem 52 1077-1082

(2004) Plant root-derived allelochemicals as natural herbicides Abstr Pap Am Chem S 227 U27-U27

(2004) Proton-transfer-reaction mass spectrometry as a new tool for real time analysis of root-secreted volatile organic compounds in arabidopsis Plant Physiol 135 47-58

(2004) Pseudomonas aeruginosa-plant root interactions- Pathogenicity, biofilm formation, and root exudation Plant Physiol 134 320-331

(2004) Purification of an isoform of patatin with antimicrobial activity against Phytophthora infestans Plant Physiol Bioch 42 647-655

(2004) Ribosome-inactivating proteins in plant biology Planta 219 1093-1096

(2004) The N-glycosidase activity of the ribosome-inactivating protein ME1 targets single-stranded regions of nucleic acids independent of sequence or structural motifs J Biol Chem 279 34165-34174

(2003) 7,8-Benzoflavone Phytochemistry 64 493-497

(2003) Allelopathy and exotic plant invasion Science 301 1377-1380

(2003) Andean root and tuber crops Hortscience 38 161-167

(2003) Antioxidant activity and total phenolic content of Iranian Ocimum accessions Food Chem 83 547-550

(2003) Ethylene induced secretion of a ribosome inactivating protein from roots and hairy root cultures of Phytolacca americana Nato Sci Ser I Life 349 170-174

(2003) In vitro activities of Maesa lanceolata extracts against fungal plant pathogens Fitoterapia 74 312-316

(2003) Intraspecific and interspecific interactions mediated by a phytotoxin, (-)-catechin, secreted by the roots of Centaurea maculosa (spotted knapweed) J Chem Ecol 29 2397-2412

(2003) Metabolic profiling of root exudates of Arabidopsis thaliana J Agr Food Chem 51 2548-2554

(2003) Molecular and biochemical characterization of an enzyme responsible for the formation of hypericin in St John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum L) J Biol Chem 278 32413-32422

(2003) Molecular characterization and post-transcriptional regulation of ME1, a type-I ribosome-inactivating protein from Mirabilis expansa Planta 217 498-506

(2003) Root exudation and rhizosphere biology Plant Physiol 132 44-51

(2003) Root specific elicitation and exudation of fluorescent beta-carbolines in transformed root cultures of Oxalis tuberosa Plant Physiol Bioch 41 345-353

(2003) Structure-dependent phytotoxicity of catechins and other flavonoids J Agr Food Chem 51 897-901

(2002) Chemical characterization of basil (Ocimum basilicum L) found in local accessions and used in traditional medicines in Iran J Agr Food Chem 50 5878-5883

(2002) Enantiomeric-dependent phytotoxic and antimicrobial activity of (+/-)-catechin: A rhizosecreted racemic mixture from spotted knapweed (Retracted article See vol 151, pg 967, 2009) Plant Physiol 128 1173-1179

(2002) Enzymatic specificity of three ribosome-inactivating proteins against fungal ribosomes, and correlation with antifungal activity Planta 216 227-234

(2002) Exudation of fluorescent beta-carbolines from Oxalis tuberosa L roots (Retracted article See vol 71, pg 123, 2010) Phytochemistry 61 539-543

(2002) Factors affecting growth of cell suspension cultures of Hypericum perforatum L (St John's wort) and production of hypericin In Vitro Cell Dev-Pl 38 58-65

(2002) In vitro propagation of Spilanthes mauritiana DC, an endangered medicinal herb, through axillary bud cultures In Vitro Cell Dev-Pl 38 598-601

(2002) Isolation and characterization of a novel ribosome-inactivating protein from root cultures of pokeweed and its mechanism of secretion from roots Plant Physiol 130 164-178

(2002) Jasmonic acid-induced hypericin production in cell suspension cultures of Hypericum perforatum L (St John's wort) Phytochemistry 60 289-293

(2001) Invited review In Vitro Cell Dev-Pl 37 730-741