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Volume 53, Number 4, August 2004

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Free Content Weather-based prediction of anthracnose severity using artificial neural network models
pp. 375-386(12)
Authors: Chakraborty, S.; Ghosh, R.; Ghosh, M.; Fernandes, C. D.; Charchar, M. J.; Kelemu, S.

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Free Content Environmental conditions influencing Sclerotinia sclerotiorum infection and disease development in lettuce
pp. 387-397(11)
Authors: Young, C. S.; Clarkson, J. P.; Smith, J. A.; Watling, M.; Phelps, K.; Whipps, J. M.

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Free Content Growth in vitro and infectivity of Colletotrichum coccodes on potato tubers at different temperatures
pp. 398-404(7)
Authors: Glais-Varlet, I.; Bouchek-Mechiche, K.; Andrivon, D.

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Free Content Aggressiveness and host specificity of Brazilian isolates of Phytophthora infestans
pp. 405-413(9)
Authors: Suassuna, N. D.; Maffia, L. A.; Mizubuti, E. S. G.

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Free Content Ceratocystis species infecting stem wounds on Eucalyptus grandis in South Africa
pp. 414-421(8)
Authors: Roux, J.; van Wyk, M.; Hatting, H.; Wingfield, M. J.

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Free Content Effects of Uncinula necator on the yield and quality of grapes (Vitis vinifera) and wine
pp. 434-445(12)
Authors: Calonnec, A.; Cartolaro, P.; Poupot, C.; Dubourdieu, D.; Darriet, P.

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Free Content Sources of resistance to septoria tritici blotch and implications for wheat breeding
pp. 454-460(7)
Authors: Chartrain, L.; Brading, P. A.; Makepeace, J. C.; Brown, J. K. M.

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Free Content A rapid method for direct detection of Polymyxa DNA in soil
pp. 485-490(6)
Authors: Ward, L. I.; Fenn, M. G. E.; Henry, C. M.

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Free Content Host–parasite relationships of Meloidogyne incognita on spinach
pp. 508-514(7)
Authors: Di Vito, M.; Vovlas, N.; Castillo, P.

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Free Content First report of Wisteria vein mosaic virus in China
pp. 516-516(1)
Authors: Liang, W. X.; Song, L. M.; Li, Y.; Tian, G. Z.; Li, H. F.; Fan, Z. F.

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Free Content A new yellowing disease in Phaseolus vulgaris associated with a whitefly-transmitted virus
pp. 517-517(1)
Authors: Segundo, E.; Martín, G.; Cuadrado, I. M.; Janssen, D.

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Free Content First report of Mungbean yellow mosaic India virus on mungbean in Pakistan
pp. 518-518(1)
Authors: Hussain, M.; Qazi, J.; Mansoor, S.; Iram, S.; Bashir, M.; Zafar, Y.

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Free Content Napier grass stunt: a new disease associated with a 16SrXI group phytoplasma in Kenya
pp. 519-519(1)
Authors: Jones, P.; Devonshire, B. J.; Holman, T. J.; Ajanga, S.

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Free Content Urapan (Fraxinus udhei) dieback, a new disease associated with a phytoplasma in Colombia
pp. 520-520(1)
Authors: Filgueira, J. J.; Franco-Lara, L.; Salcedo, J. E.; Gaitan, S. L.; Boa, E. R.

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Free Content First report of phytoplasmas in the aster yellows group infecting grapevine in Tunisia
pp. 521-521(1)
Authors: M’hirsi, S.; Acheche, H.; Fattouch, S.; Boccardo, G.; Marrakchi, M.; Marzouki, N.

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Free Content First report of ramorum dieback (Phytophthora ramorum) on container-grown English yew (Taxus baccata) in England
pp. 522-522(1)
Authors: Lane, C. R.; Beales, P. A.; Hughes, K. J. D.; Tomlinson, J. A.; Inman, A. J.; Warwick, K.

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Free Content First report of Phytophthora ramorum on container-grown plants of rhododendron and viburnum in Slovenia
pp. 523-523(1)
Authors: Žerjav, M.; Munda, A.; Lane, C. R.; Barnes, A. V.; Hughes, K. J. D.

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Free Content First report of ramorum leaf blight and dieback (Phytophthora ramorum) on Camellia spp. in the UK
pp. 524-524(1)
Authors: Beales, P. A.; Brokenshire, T.; Barnes, A. V.; Barton, V. C.; Hughes, K. J. D.

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Free Content First report of ramorum bud and leaf blight (Phytophthora ramorum) on Syringa vulgaris in the UK
pp. 525-525(1)
Authors: Beales, P. A.; Schlenzig, A.; Inman, A. J.

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Free Content First report of ramorum dieback (Phytophthora ramorum) on Hamamelis virginiana in the UK
pp. 526-526(1)
Authors: Giltrap, P. M.; Inman, A. J.; Barton, V. C.; Barnes, A. V.; Lane, C. R.; Hughes, K. J. D.; Tomlinson, J.; Dean, M. L.; Izzard, K.

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Free Content First report of powdery mildew caused by Leveillula taurica on leek (Allium porrum) in Turkey
pp. 527-527(1)
Authors: Kurt, S.; Soylu, S.; Soylu, E. M.; Tok, F. M.

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Free Content First record of Melampsoridium hiratsukanum on alder in Norway
pp. 530-530(1)
Authors: Gjærum, H. B.; Lye, K. A.; Solheim, H.

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Free Content Canker on umbra tree caused by Fusarium sambucinum
pp. 532-532(1)
Authors: Carranza, M. R.; Lori, G. A.; Larran, S.

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Free Content First report of gummy stem blight caused by Didymella bryoniae on muskmelon (Cucumis melo) in India
pp. 533-533(1)
Authors: Sudisha, J.; Vasanth Kumar, T.; Niranjana, S. R.; Shekar Shetty, H.

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Free Content First report of Verticillium dahliae on Hebe×franciscana in Italy
pp. 534-534(1)
Authors: Conca, G.; Infantino, A.

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Free Content First report of Hakea sericea leaf infection caused by Pestalotiopsis funerea in Portugal
pp. 535-535(1)
Authors: Sousa, M. F.; Tavares, R. M.; Gerós, H.; Lino-Neto, T.

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Free Content First report of honeysuckle leaf blight (Insolibasidium deformans) on honeysuckle (Lonicera spp.) in the UK
pp. 536-536(1)
Authors: Beales, P. A.; Scrace, J.; Cook, R. T. A.; Barnes, A. V.; Lane, C. R.

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Free Content Cylindrocladium crotalariae causing red crown rot of soybean in China
pp. 537-537(1)
Authors: Ma, Z. H.; Zhang, Z. D.; Wang, Y. X.; Yang, X. B.

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