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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 44, Number 1, 1 February 2014

A taxonomic re‐evaluation reveals that Phytophthora cinnamomi and P. cinnamomi var. parvispora are separate species
pp. 1-20(20)
Authors: Scanu, B.; Hunter, G. C.; Linaldeddu, B. T.; Franceschini, A.; Maddau, L.; Jung, T.; Denman, S.

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Risk of white pine blister rust to limber pine in Colorado and Wyoming, USA
pp. 21-38(18)
Authors: Kearns, H. S. J.; Jacobi, W. R.; Reich, R. M.; Flynn, R. L.; Burns, K. S.; Geils, B. W.

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Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus and Hymenoscyphus albidus: viridiol concentration and virulence do not correlate
pp. 39-44(6)
Authors: Junker, C.; Mandey, F.; Pais, A.; Ebel, R.; Schulz, B.

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Salix tetradenia Hand.‐Mazz: a new natural plant host of ‘Candidatus phytoplasma’
pp. 56-61(6)
Authors: Mou, H.‐Q.; Xu, X.; Wang, R.‐R.; Tian, Q.; Wei, Y.; Zhu, S.‐F.; Liao, X.‐L.; Zhao, W.‐J.

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A preliminary report on decay and canker of Acacia richii caused by Inonotus rickii in China
pp. 82-84(3)
Authors: Cui, B. K.; Zhao, C. L.; Vlasák, J.; Dai, Y. C.

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