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Volume 53, Number 1, February 2004

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Free Content Tolerance of septoria leaf blotch in winter wheat
pp. 1-10(10)
Authors: Parker, S. R.; Welham, S.; Paveley, N. D.; Foulkes, J.; Scott, R. K.

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Free Content Position of inoculum in the canopy affects the risk of septoria tritici blotch epidemics in winter wheat
pp. 11-21(11)
Authors: Lovell, D. J.; Parker, S. R.; Hunter, T.; Welham, S. J.; Nichols, A. R.

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Free Content Comparative epidemiology of Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot) ascospores and conidia from Polish and UK populations
pp. 29-37(9)
Authors: Karolewski, Z.; Evans, N.; Fitt, B. D. L.; Baierl, A.; Todd, A. D.; Foster, S. J.

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Free Content Crop residue destruction strategies that enhance rather than inhibit reproduction of Monosporascus cannonballus
pp. 50-53(4)
Authors: Stanghellini, M. E.; Waugh, M. M.; Radewald, K. C.; Kim, D. H.; Ferrin, D. M.; Turini, T.

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Free Content Infection and colonization of melon roots by Monosporascus cannonballus in two cropping seasons in Arizona and California
pp. 54-57(4)
Authors: Stanghellini, M. E.; Kim, D. H.; Waugh, M. M.; Ferrin, D. M.; Alcantara, T.; Rasmussen, S. L.

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Free Content Effect of analogues of plant growth regulators on in vitro growth of eukaryotic plant pathogens
pp. 58-64(7)
Authors: Flors, V.; Miralles, M. C.; Varas, E.; Company, P.; González-Bosch, C.; García-Agustín, P.

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Free Content The salicylic acid-dependent defence pathway is effective against different pathogens in tomato and tobacco
pp. 65-72(8)
Authors: Achuo, E. A.; Audenaert, K.; Meziane, H.; Höfte, M.

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Free Content Pseudomonas syringae pv. maculicola in Australia: pathogenic, phenotypic and genetic diversity
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Authors: Peters, B. J.; Ash, G. J.; Cother, E. J.; Hailstones, D. L.; Noble, D. H.; Urwin, N. A. R.

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Free Content Alternative methods to describe virulence of Erwinia amylovora and host-plant resistance against fireblight
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Authors: Bogs, J.; Richter, K.; Kim, W.-S.; Jock, S.; Geider, K.

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Free Content Macropsis mendax as a vector of elm yellows phytoplasma of Ulmus species
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Authors: Carraro, L.; Ferrini, F.; Ermacora, P.; Loi, N.; Martini, M.; Osler, R.

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Free Content Monitoring system for the biocontrol agent Pichia anomala strain K using quantitative competitive PCR-ELOSA
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Authors: Pujol, M.; De Clercq, D.; Cognet, S.; Lepoivre, P.; Jijakli, M. H.

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Free Content Molecular diagnostics of some trichodorid nematodes and associated Tobacco rattle virus
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Authors: Boutsika, K.; Phillips, M. S.; MacFarlane, S. A.; Brown, D. J. F.; Holeva, R. C.; Blok, V. C.

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Free Content Spread of Sugarcane yellow leaf virus in sugarcane plants and fields on the island of Réunion
pp. 117-125(9)
Authors: Rassaby, L.; Girard, J.-C.; Lemaire, O.; Costet, L.; Irey, M. S.; Kodja, H.; Lockhart, B. E. L.; Rott, P.

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