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Volume 55, Number 4, August 2006

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Free Content Histological investigation of stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f.sp. tritici) development in resistant and susceptible wheat cultivars
pp. 469-474(6)
Authors: Moldenhauer, J.; Moerschbacher, B. M.; van der Westhuizen, A. J.

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Free Content Mutants in wheat showing multipathogen resistance to biotrophic fungal pathogens
pp. 475-484(10)
Authors: Boyd, L. A.; Smith, P. H.; Hart, N.

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Free Content Identification of Alternaria spp. on wheat by pathogenicity assays and sequencing
pp. 485-493(9)
Authors: Mercado Vergnes, D.; Renard, M.-E.; Duveiller, E.; Maraite, H.

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Free Content Genetic diversity of Australian Fusarium graminearum and F. pseudograminearum
pp. 494-504(11)
Authors: Akinsanmi, O. A.; Backhouse, D.; Simpfendorfer, S.; Chakraborty, S.

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Free Content Biological and molecular properties of Tomato rugose mosaic virus (ToRMV), a new tomato-infecting begomovirus from Brazil
pp. 513-522(10)
Authors: Fernandes, J. J.; Carvalho, M. G.; Andrade, E. C.; Brommonschenkel, S. H.; Fontes, E. P. B.; Zerbini, F. M.

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Free Content Identification of potyviruses infecting vanilla by direct sequencing of a short RT-PCR amplicon
pp. 523-529(7)
Authors: Grisoni, M.; Moles, M.; Farreyrol, K.; Rassaby, L.; Davis, R.; Pearson, M.

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Free Content Induction of transient ethylene and reduction in severity of tomato bacterial wilt by Pythium oligandrum
pp. 537-543(7)
Authors: Hase, S.; Shimizu, A.; Nakaho, K.; Takenaka, S.; Takahashi, H.

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Free Content Eradication of Plasmodiophora brassicae during composting of wastes
pp. 553-558(6)
Authors: Fayolle, L.; Noble, R.; Coventry, E.; Aime, S.; Alabouvette, C.

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Free Content First report of Hop stunt viroid from Prunus persica with dapple fruit symptoms in China
pp. 564-564(1)
Authors: Zhou, Y.; Guo, R.; Cheng, Z.; Sano, T.; Li, S.-F.

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Free Content Two grapevine viroids in China and the possible detection of a third
pp. 564-564(1)
Authors: Li, S.-F.; Guo, R.; Tsuji, M.; Sano, T.

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Free Content First report of Coleus blumei viroid from coleus in China
pp. 565-565(1)
Authors: Li, S.-F.; Su, Q.; Guo, R.; Tsuji, M.; Sano, T.

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Free Content First report of Eggplant mottled dwarf virus in mainland Spain
pp. 565-565(1)
Authors: Aramburu, J.; Galipienso, L.; Tornos, T.; Matas, M.

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Free Content First identification of Alstroemeria mosaic virus in Taiwan
pp. 566-566(1)
Authors: Wang, C.-Y.; Chang, Y.-C.

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Free Content First report of Eggplant mottled dwarf virus in potato and tomato in Slovenia
pp. 566-566(1)
Authors: Mavrič, I.; Tušek Žnidarič, M.; Viršček Marn, M.; Dolničar, P.; Mehle, N.; Lesemann, D.-E.; Ravnikar, M.

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Free Content First report of Tomato chlorosis virus on tomato crops in Cyprus
pp. 567-567(1)
Authors: Papayiannis, L. C.; Ioannou, N.; Dovas, C. I.; Maliogka, V. I.; Katis, N. I.

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Free Content First report of Tobacco leaf curl Zimbabwe virus affecting tobacco in the Comoros Archipelago
pp. 567-567(1)
Authors: Lett, J. M.; Lefeuvre, F.; Naze, F.; Delatte, H.; Mohamed-Ali, Y.; Reynaud, B.

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Free Content Globularia nudicaulis, a new host for Cucumber mosaic virus
pp. 568-568(1)
Authors: Davino, S.; Cugnata, S.; Bellardi, M. G.

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Free Content A new Ilarvirus found in rose
pp. 568-568(1)
Authors: Tzanetakis, I. E.; Gergerich, R. C.; Martin, R. R.

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Free Content Potato deforming mosaic disease is caused by an isolate of Tomato yellow vein streak virus
pp. 569-569(1)
Authors: Ribeiro, S. G.; Inoue-Nagata, A. K.; Daniels, J.; de Ávila, A. C.

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Free Content First report of the natural occurrence of Tobacco streak virus on blackgram (Vigna mungo)
pp. 569-569(1)
Authors: Ladhalakshmi, D.; Ramiah, M.; Ganapathy, T.; Reddy, M. K.; Salaheddin, K.; Merin, B.; Kamalakannan, A.

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Free Content Tobacco leaf curl Cuba virus, a new begomovirus infecting tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) in Cuba
pp. 570-570(1)
Authors: Morán, Y. M.; Ramos, P. L.; Domínguez, M.; Fuentes, A. D.; Sánchez, Y.; Crespo, J. A.

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Free Content First record of Pseudomonas syringae pv. viburni in the UK
pp. 571-571(1)
Authors: Stead, D. E.; Stanford, H.; Aspin, A.; Weller, S. A.

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Free Content First report of ‘maladie des feuilles cassantes’ (brittle leaf disease) of date palm in Algeria
pp. 572-572(1)
Authors: Saadi, I.; Namsi, A.; Mahamoud, O. Ben; Takrouni, M. L.; Zouba, A.; Bové, J. M.; Duran-Vila, N.

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Free Content First report of Phytophthora hedraiandra on Viburnum tinus in Italy
pp. 573-573(1)
Authors: Belisario, A.; Gilli, G.; Maccaroni, M.

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Free Content First report of crown rot of Photinia fraseri caused by Phytophthora cactorum
pp. 573-573(1)
Authors: Vettraino, A. M.; Antonacci, L.; Flamini, L.; Nipoti, P.; Rossini, E.; Righi, M.; Vannini, A.

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Free Content First report of Phytophthora hedraiandra on Viburnum tinus in Spain
pp. 574-574(1)
Authors: Moralejo, E.; Belbahri, L.; Calmin, G.; Lefort, F.; García, J. A.; Descals, E.

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Free Content First record of the downy mildew Peronospora myosotidis on Brunnera macrophylla in the UK
pp. 574-574(1)
Authors: Lane, C. R.; Scrace, J. M.; Hutchinson, D.

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Free Content First report of Neoerysiphe galeopsidis on Acanthus spinosus in the UK
pp. 575-575(1)
Authors: Cook, R. T. A.; Henricot, B.; Beales, P.

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Free Content Cashew leaf and nut blight – a new disease of cashew in Tanzania caused by Cryptosporiopsis spp.
pp. 576-576(1)
Authors: Sijaona, M. E. R.; Reeder, R. H.; Waller, J. M.

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Free Content First record of natural infection of Marlierea edulis by the eucalyptus canker fungus Chrysoporthe cubensis
pp. 577-577(1)
Authors: Barreto, R. W.; Rocha, F. B.; Ferreira, F. A.

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Free Content First report of eutypella canker of Acer pseudoplatanus in Europe
pp. 577-577(1)
Authors: Jurc, D.; Ogris, N.; Slippers, B.; Stenlid, J.

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Free Content Brown spot of tangerine hybrid cultivars Minneola, Page and Fortune caused by Alternaria alternata in Iran
pp. 578-578(1)
Authors: Golmohammadi, M.; Andrew, M.; Peever, T. L.; Peres, N. A.; Timmer, L. W.

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Free Content First report of Bipolaris leaf blight of coconut (Cocos nucifera) caused by Bipolaris incurvata in mainland India
pp. 579-579(1)
Authors: Kamalakannan, A.; Valluvaparidasan, V.; Rabindran, R.; Salaheddin, K.; Ladhalakshmi, D.

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Free Content Eye-spot of Rudbeckia laciniata caused by Corynespora cassiicola in Brazil
pp. 580-580(1)
Authors: da Silva, J. L.; Soares, D. J.; Barreto, R. W.

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Free Content Capparis spinosa– a new host for Sclerotium rolfsii
pp. 580-580(1)
Authors: Infantino, A.; Pucci, N.; Di Giambattista, G.; Tomassoli, L.

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Free Content Cercospora leaf spot on Impatiens spp. in Argentina
pp. 581-581(1)
Authors: Wolcan, S. M.; Dal Bello, G. M.; Sisterna, M.

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Free Content First report of Verticillium dahliae causing verticillium wilt of Solanum aethiopicum in Italy
pp. 581-581(1)
Authors: Camele, I.; Marcone, C.; Caponero, A.; Ambrico, A.; Nigro, C.; Rana, G. L.

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Free Content First report of Ophiostoma novo-ulmi ssp. novo-ulmi on elms in the Iberian Peninsula
pp. 582-582(1)
Authors: Solla, A.; Nasmith, C.; Dacasa, M. C.; Fuentes-Utrilla, P.; Hubbes, M.; Gil, L.

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Free Content First record of Cylindrocladium pauciramosum on Ceanothus in the UK
pp. 582-582(1)
Authors: Lane, C. R.; Beales, P. A.; Henricot, B.; Holden, A.

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Free Content First report of Armillaria gallica on highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) in Italy
pp. 583-583(1)
Authors: Prodorutti, D.; Palmieri, L.; Gobbin, D.; Pertot, I.

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Free Content First report of Penicillium allii as a field pathogen of garlic (Allium sativum)
pp. 583-583(1)
Authors: Valdez, J. G.; Makuch, M. A.; Ordovini, A. F.; Masuelli, R. W.; Overy, D. P.; Piccolo, R. J.

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Free Content First report of frosty pod rot (moniliasis disease) caused by Moniliophthora roreri on cacao in Belize
pp. 584-584(1)
Authors: Phillips-Mora, W.; Cawich, J.; Garnett, W.; Aime, M. C.

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Free Content First report of Moniliophthora roreri causing frosty pod rot (moniliasis disease) of cocoa in Mexico
pp. 584-584(1)
Authors: Phillips-Mora, W.; Coutiño, A.; Ortiz, C. F.; López, A. P.; Hernández, J.; Aime, M. C.

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