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Volume 55, Number 2, April 2006

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Free Content Biosuppression of Botrytis cinerea in grapes
pp. 155-177(23)
Authors: Elmer, P. A. G.; Reglinski, T.

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Free Content Expression of an oxalate decarboxylase gene from Flammulina sp. in transgenic lettuce (Lactuca sativa) plants and resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
pp. 187-193(7)
Authors: Dias, B. B. A.; Cunha, W. G.; Morais, L. S.; Vianna, G. R.; Rech, E. L.; Capdeville, G.; Aragão, F. J. L.

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Free Content Survival of Leptosphaeria maculans in soil on residues of Brassica napus in South Australia
pp. 200-206(7)
Authors: Sosnowski, M. R.; Scott, E. S.; Ramsey, M. D.

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Free Content Trichothecenes and aggressiveness of Fusarium graminearum causing seedling blight and root rot in cereals
pp. 224-230(7)
Authors: Wang, H.; Hwang, S. F.; Eudes, F.; Chang, K. F.; Howard, R. J.; Turnbull, G. D.

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Free Content Susceptibility of Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) to pitch canker, caused by Gibberella circinata (anamorph = Fusarium circinatum)
pp. 231-237(7)
Authors: Gordon, T. R.; Kirkpatrick, S. C.; Aegerter, B. J.; Wood, D. L.; Storer, A. J.

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Free Content Effects of weather variables on grain mould of sorghum in South Africa
pp. 238-245(8)
Authors: Tarekegn, G.; McLaren, N. W.; Swart, W. J.

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Free Content Effects of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and calcium nutrition on strawberry anthracnose
pp. 246-249(4)
Authors: Nam, M. H.; Jeong, S. K.; Lee, Y. S.; Choi, J. M.; Kim, H. G.

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Free Content Assessing mango anthracnose using a new three-dimensional image-analysis technique to quantify lesions on fruit
pp. 250-257(8)
Authors: Corkidi, G.; Balderas-Ruíz, K. A.; Taboada, B.; Serrano-Carreón, L.; Galindo, E.

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Free Content Sensitivity of Phytophthora infestans to flumorph: in vitro determination of baseline sensitivity and the risk of resistance
pp. 258-263(6)
Authors: Yuan, S. K.; Liu, X. L.; Si, N. G.; Dong, J.; Gu, B. G.; Jiang, H.

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Free Content Natural infection of Ornithogalum mosaic virus on Iris from India
pp. 284-284(1)
Authors: Chandel, V.; Kulshrestha, S.; Hallan, V.; Zaidi, A. A.

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Free Content Occurrence of Chilli veinal mottle virus in Himalayan butterfly bush (Buddleja crispa)
pp. 284-284(1)
Authors: Mehra, A.; Hallan, V.; Lal, Brij; Zaidi, A. A.

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Free Content A severe outbreak of melon yellow mosaic disease caused by Zucchini yellow mosaic virus in the Punjab province of Pakistan
pp. 285-285(1)
Authors: Malik, A. H.; Mansoor, S.; Iram, S.; Briddon, R. W.; Zafar, Y.

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Free Content First report of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus infecting Eclipta prostrata in Pakistan
pp. 285-285(1)
Authors: Haider, M. S.; Tahir, M.; Latif, S.; Briddon, R. W.

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Free Content Occurrence of Sweet potato leaf curl virus in Sicily
pp. 286-286(1)
Authors: Briddon, R. W.; Bull, S. E.; Bedford, I. D.

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Free Content First report of a begomovirus associated with the common weed Jatropha gossypifolia in Jamaica
pp. 286-286(1)
Authors: Roye, M. E.; Collins, A. M.; Maxwell, D. P.

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Free Content Association of East African cassava mosaic virus-Uganda (EACMV-UG) with cassava mosaic disease in Sudan
pp. 287-287(1)
Authors: Tadu, G.; Winter, S.; Gadelseed, A. M. A.; Dafalla, G. A.

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Free Content Characterization of Tomato fruit yellow ring virus: a new Tospovirus species infecting tomato in Iran
pp. 287-287(1)
Authors: Winter, S.; Shahraeen, N.; Koerbler, M.; Lesemann, D.-E.

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Free Content Iris yellow spot virus in onions: a new tospovirus record from India
pp. 288-288(1)
Authors: Ravi, K. S.; Kitkaru, A. S.; Winter, S.

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Free Content First report of Iris yellow spot virus in onion bulb- and seed-production fields in Réunion Island
pp. 288-288(1)
Authors: Robène-Soustrade, I.; Hostachy, B.; Roux-Cuvelier, M.; Minatchy, J.; Hédont, M.; Pallas, R.; Couteau, A.; Cassam, N.; Wuster, G.

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Free Content Occurrence of Tomato chlorosis virus on tomato in Réunion Island
pp. 289-289(1)
Authors: Delatte, H.; Naze, F.; Cottineau, J. S.; Lefeuvre, P.; Hostachy, B.; Reynaud, B.; Lett, J. M.

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Free Content First report of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus infecting chilli in India
pp. 289-289(1)
Authors: Khan, M. S.; Raj, S. K.; Singh, R.

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Free Content A distinct begomovirus causes Indian dolichos yellow mosaic disease
pp. 290-290(1)
Authors: Maruthi, M. N.; Rekha, A. R.; Govindappa, M. R.; Colvin, J.; Muniyappa, V.

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Free Content A novel begomovirus with distinct genomic and phenotypic features infects tomato in Bangladesh
pp. 290-290(1)
Authors: Maruthi, M. N.; Rekha, A. R.; Alam, S. N.; Kader, K. A.; Cork, A.; Colvin, J.

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Free Content A new begomovirus associated with yellow mosaic disease of Clerodendron inerme
pp. 291-291(1)
Authors: John, P.; Sivalingam, P. N.; Kumar, N.; Mishra, A.; Ahlawat, Y. S.; Malathi, V. G.

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Free Content First report of a lethal yellowing phytoplasma in Thrinax radiata and Coccothrinax readii palms in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico
pp. 292-292(1)
Authors: Narvaez, M.; Cordova, I.; Orellana, R.; Harrison, N. A.; Oropeza, C.

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Free Content First report of leaf spot caused by Xanthomonas campestris on poinsettia in China
pp. 293-293(1)
Authors: Li, B.; Xie, G. L.; Swings, J.

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Free Content Presence of banana xanthomonas wilt (Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
pp. 294-294(1)
Authors: Ndungo, V.; Eden-Green, S.; Blomme, G.; Crozier, J.; Smith, J. J.

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Free Content Presence of Pantoea citrea, causal agent of pink disease, in pineapple fields in Mexico
pp. 294-294(1)
Authors: Marín-Cevada, V.; Vargas, V. H.; Juárez, M.; López, V. G.; Zagada, G.; Hernández, S.; Cruz, A.; Caballero-Mellado, J.; López-Reyes, L.; Jiménez-Salgado, T.; Carcaño-Montiel, M.; Fuentes-Ramírez, L. E.

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Free Content Plasmopara australis newly recorded from Brazil on the new host Luffa cylindrica
pp. 295-295(1)
Authors: Soares, D. J.; Parreira, D. F.; Barreto, R. W.

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Free Content First report of Phytophthora nicotianae on jojoba in Argentina
pp. 295-295(1)
Authors: Lucero, G.; Vettraino, A. M.; Pizzuolo, P.; Vannini, A.

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Free Content Rediscovery of Erysiphe clandestina on elm (Ulmus) in Germany
pp. 296-296(1)
Authors: Boyle, H.; Klenke, F.; Richter, U.

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Free Content First record of Phytophthora tropicalis causing leaf blight and fruit rot on breadfruit in Brazil
pp. 296-296(1)
Authors: Cerqueira, A. O.; Luz, E. D. M. N.; Souza, J. T.

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Free Content First report of Neoerysiphe galeopsidis on Althaea rosea
pp. 297-297(1)
Authors: Liu, S. Y.; Takamatsu, S.; Yang, L. L.; Wang, X. M.; Lu, D.; Luo, L.

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Free Content First report of powdery mildew on Sedum alboroseum in Europe
pp. 297-297(1)
Authors: Jankovics, T.; Szentiványi, O.

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Free Content New report of loose smut (Ustilago syntherismae) on Digitaria sanguinalis in Spain
pp. 298-298(1)
Authors: Mas, M. T.; Verdú, A. M. C.; Girbal, J.

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Free Content Cylindrocladium pauciramosum causes root and collar rot of Polygala myrtifolia in Spain
pp. 298-298(1)
Authors: Pérez-Sierra, A.; Álvarez, L. A.; Henricot, B.; García-Jiménez, J.; Armengol, J.

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Free Content First report of Botryosphaeria dothidea causing bark dieback of European hop hornbeam in Slovenia
pp. 299-299(1)
Authors: Jurc, D.; Ogris, N.; Grebenc, T.; Kraigher, H.

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Free Content First report of leaf blight of Chlorophytum borivilianum caused by Colletotrichum capsici in northern India
pp. 301-301(1)
Authors: Sattar, A.; Alam, M.; Khaliq, A.; Shukla, R. S.; Khanuja, S. P. S.

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Free Content A root rot and wilt disease of pyrethrum (Chrysanthemum cineraefolium) caused by Rhizoctonia solani AG-4 in the north Indian plains
pp. 301-301(1)
Authors: Alam, M.; Sattar, A.; Abdul-Khaliq; Samad, A.; Khanuja, S. P. S.

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Free Content First report of Macrophomina root rot (Macrophomina phaseolina) on medicinal coleus (Coleus forskohlii) in India
pp. 302-302(1)
Authors: Kamalakannan, A.; Mohan, L.; Valluvaparidasan, V.; Mareeswari, P.; Karuppiah, R.

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Free Content First report of Rhizoctonia solani causing blight on yam bean (Pachyrrhizus erosus) in India
pp. 302-302(1)
Authors: Jeeva, M. L.; Hegde, V.; Vimala, B.; Makeshkumar, T.; Nair, R. R.; Edison, S.

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Free Content Alternaria alternata– a new foliar fungal pathogen of tea in North Bengal, India
pp. 303-303(1)
Authors: Chakraborty, B. N.; Das-Biswas, R.; Sharma, M.

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Free Content Leaf blight of wheat caused by Alternaria triticina in Argentina
pp. 303-303(1)
Authors: Perelló, A. E.; Sisterna, M. N.

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Free Content First report of Pestalotiopsis macrochaeta on Carapa guianensis
pp. 304-304(1)
Authors: Halfeld-Vieira, B. A.; Nechet, K. L.

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Free Content First report of Bipolaris sacchari causing wheat stem-base disease in Iran
pp. 305-305(1)
Authors: Soleimani, M. J.; Kazemi, S.

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Free Content First report of plumeria rust disease caused by Coleosporium plumeriae in Taiwan
pp. 306-306(1)
Authors: Chung, W. H.; Abe, J. P.; Yamaoka, Y.; Haung, J. W.; Kakishima, M.

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Free Content Book Review
pp. 307-307(1)

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pp. 308-309(2)

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