Grant Funded Researcher
School of Agriculture, Food and Wine
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Dr Tijana Petrovic is a plant pathologist who currently works on understanding and management of 2,4-D resistant common sowthistle and wild radish, with a focus on uptake and translocation of 2,4-D, dose-response of plants, root elongation and molecular resistance mechanisms.
Language Competency Croatian Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review Serbian Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 2017 University of Adelaide Australia Graduate Diploma in Education 2007 University of Sydney Australia PhD in Plant Pathology 1997 University of Novi Sad Serbia MAgSc in Plant Pathology 1992 University of Belgrade Serbia BAgSc in Plant Protection
Year Citation 2022 de Figueiredo, M. R. A., Küpper, A., Malone, J. M., Petrovic, T., de Figueiredo, A. B. T. B., Campagnola, G., . . . Gaines, T. A. (2022). An in-frame deletion mutation in the degron tail of auxin coreceptor IAA2 confers resistance to the herbicide 2,4-D in Sisymbrium orientale. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 119(9), 9 pages.
DOI Europe PMC1
2017 Knauer, U., Matros, A., Petrovic, T., Zanker, T., Scott, E., & Seiffert, U. (2017). Improved classification accuracy of powdery mildew infection levels of wine grapes by spatial-spectral analysis of hyperspectral images. PLANT METHODS, 13(1), 1-15.
DOI Scopus49 WoS47 Europe PMC8
2017 Petrovic, T., Perera, D., Cozzolino, D., Kravchuk, O., Zanker, T., Bennett, J., & Scott, E. (2017). Feasibility of discriminating powdery mildew-affected grape berries at harvest using mid-infrared attenuated total reflection spectroscopy and fatty acid profiling. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 23(3), 415-425.
DOI Scopus3 WoS3
2013 Petrovic, T., Burgess, L., Cowie, I., Warren, R., & Harvey, P. (2013). Diversity and fertility of Fusarium sacchari from wild rice (Oryza australiensis) in Northern Australia, and pathogenicity tests with wild rice, rice, sorghum and maize. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 136(4), 773-788.
2011 Summerell, B. A., Leslie, J. F., Liew, E. C., Laurence, M. H., Bullock, S., Petrovic, T., . . . Burgess, L. W. (2011). Fusarium species associated with plants in Australia. Fungal Diversity, 46(1), 1-27.
2010 Walsh, J. L., Laurence, M. H., Liew, E. C. Y., Sangalang, A. E., Burgess, L. W., Summerell, B. A., & Petrovic, T. (2010). Fusarium: two endophytic novel species from tropical grasses of northern Australia. Fungal Diversity, 44(1), 149-159.
2009 Petrovic, T., Walsh, J. L., Burgess, L. W., & Summerell, B. A. (2009). <i>Fusarium</i>species associated with stalk rot of grain sorghum in the northern grain belt of eastern Australia. Australasian Plant Pathology, 38(4), 373.
Year Citation 2018 Krishnan, M., Petrovic, T., Valappan, G., Merriam, A., & Preston, C. (2018). Understanding the mechanism of 2,4-D resistance in Sonchus oleraceus (Common sowthistle). Poster session presented at the meeting of Weed Biosecurity - Protecting Our Future. Sydney. 2011 Petrovic, T., Burgess, L.W., Cowie, I. & Harvey, P.R.. (2011). Fusarium sacchari, the Cause of Pokkah Boeng in Sugarcane is a Colonist of Wild Rice (Oryza australiensis) in the Northern Territory, Australia.. Poster session presented at the meeting of Handbook of the 18th Biennial Conference ‘New Frontiers in Plant Pathology for Asia and Oceania’. Darwin.
Date Role Membership Country 2010 - ongoing Member Australasian Plant Pathology Society Australia
Review, Assessment, Editorial and Advice
Date Title Type Institution Country 2013 - ongoing Associate Editor of the Australasian Plant Disease Notes Editorial University of Adelaide Australia
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