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Volume 56, Number 2, April 2007

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Free Content Inheritance of resistance to carboxylic acid amide (CAA) fungicides in Plasmopara viticola
pp. 199-208(10)
Authors: Gisi, U.; Waldner, M.; Kraus, N.; Dubuis, P. H.; Sierotzki, H.

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Free Content Development of a PCR test to detect the downy mildew causal agent Plasmopara halstedii in sunflower seeds
pp. 209-218(10)
Authors: Ioos, R.; Laugustin, L.; Rose, S.; Tourvieille, J.; Tourvieille de Labrouhe, D.

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Free Content Pathogenicity of Marssonina betulae and other fungi on birch
pp. 242-250(9)
Authors: Green, S.; MacAskill, G. A.

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Free Content Comparison of conventional and molecular methods for the detection of Rosellinia necatrix in avocado orchards in southern Spain
pp. 251-256(6)
Authors: Ruano-Rosa, D.; Schena, L.; Ippolito, A.; López-Herrera, C. J.

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Free Content Epidemiological aspects of mango malformation disease caused by Fusarium mangiferae and source of infection in seedlings cultivated in orchards in Egypt
pp. 257-263(7)
Authors: Youssef, S. A.; Maymon, M.; Zveibil, A.; Klein-Gueta, D.; Sztejnberg, A.; Shalaby, A. A.; Freeman, S.

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Free Content Evaluation and characterization of resistance to fusarium head blight caused by Fusarium culmorum in UK winter wheat cultivars
pp. 264-276(13)
Authors: Gosman, N.; Bayles, R.; Jennings, P.; Kirby, J.; Nicholson, P.

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Free Content Characterization of Rhizoctonia solani from potato in Great Britain
pp. 286-295(10)
Authors: Woodhall, J. W.; Lees, A. K.; Edwards, S. G.; Jenkinson, P.

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Free Content A semiselective medium for the isolation of Acidovorax valerianellae from soil and plant debris
pp. 302-310(9)
Authors: Grondeau, C.; Manceau, C.; Samson, R.

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Free Content Partial nucleotide sequence analysis of Turkish isolates of Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV) RNA-3
pp. 311-316(6)
Authors: Kutluk Yilmaz, N. D.; Meunier, A.; Schmit, J. F.; Stas, A.; Bragard, C.

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Free Content Economic impact of Turnip mosaic virus, Cauliflower mosaic virus and Beet mosaic virus in three Kenyan vegetables
pp. 317-323(7)
Authors: Spence, N. J.; Phiri, N. A.; Hughes, S. L.; Mwaniki, A.; Simons, S.; Oduor, G.; Chacha, D.; Kuria, A.; Ndirangu, S.; Kibata, G. N.; Marris, G. C.

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Free Content Incidence of five viruses infecting sweetpotatoes in Uganda; the first evidence of Sweet potato caulimo-like virus in Africa
pp. 324-331(8)
Authors: Aritua, V.; Bua, B.; Barg, E.; Vetten, H. J.; Adipala, E.; Gibson, R. W.

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Free Content Detection of Australian grapevine viroid in a grapevine more than 100 years old in Xinjiang, China
pp. 339-339(1)
Authors: Guo, R.; Sano, T.; Cheng, Z.; Li, S.-F.

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Free Content First report of Hop stunt viroid from plum in China
pp. 339-339(1)
Authors: Yang, Y.-A.; Wang, H.-Q.; Cheng, Z.-M.; Sano, T.; Li, S.-F.

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Free Content Two new bipartite begomoviruses infecting Wissadula amplissima in Jamaica
pp. 340-340(1)
Authors: Collins, A. M.; Roye, M. E.

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Free Content First report of Tomato leaf curl Joydebpur virus infecting chilli in India
pp. 341-341(1)
Authors: Shih, S. L.; Tsai, W. S.; Green, S. K.; Singh, D.

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Free Content First report of Tomato yellow leaf curl Sardinia virus (TYLCSV) infecting tomato crops in Greece
pp. 341-341(1)
Authors: Papayiannis, L. C.; Avgelis, A. D.; Ioannou, N.; Katis, N. I.

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Free Content First report of Tomato yellow leaf curl China virus infecting kidney bean in China
pp. 342-342(1)
Authors: Dong, J. H.; Luo, Y. Q.; Ding, M.; Zhang, Z. K.; Yang, C. K

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Free Content A new tomato leaf curl virus from the Seychelles archipelago
pp. 342-342(1)
Authors: Lefeuvre, P.; Delatte, H.; Naze, F.; Dogley, W.; Reynaud, B.; Lett, J. M.

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Free Content First report of Chilli leaf curl virus affecting chilli in India
pp. 343-343(1)
Authors: Senanayake, D. M. J. B.; Mandal, B.; Lodha, S.; Varma, A.

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Free Content A new begomovirus associated with yellow vein disease of Siegesbeckia glabrescens
pp. 343-343(1)
Authors: Wu, J. B.; Cai, J. H.; Zhou, X. P.

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Free Content First record of Bean yellow mosaic virus infecting a member of the orchid genus Dactylorhiza
pp. 344-344(1)
Authors: Skelton, A.; Daly, M.; Nixon, T.; Harju, V.; Mumford, R. A.

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Free Content Occurrence and distribution of Citrus leprosis virus in Honduras
pp. 344-344(1)
Authors: Rodrigues, J. C. V.; Zuniga Reyes, J. A.; Achor, D. S.; Childers, C. C.; Kitajima, E. W.

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Free Content Broad bean and sweet pepper: two new hosts associated with Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris (16SrI phytoplasma group) in Cuba
pp. 345-345(1)
Authors: Arocha, Y.; Piñol, B.; Picornell, B.; Almeida, R.; Jones, P.

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Free Content A stunting syndrome of Napier grass in Ethiopia is associated with a 16SrIII group phytoplasma
pp. 345-345(1)
Authors: Jones, P.; Arocha, Y.; Zerfy, T.; Proud, J.; Abebe, G.; Hanson, J.

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Free Content First detection of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma australiense’ in Liquidambar styraciflua in Australia
pp. 346-346(1)
Authors: Habili, N.; Farrokhi, N.; Randles, J. W.

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Free Content First report of a phytoplasma associated with Christmas cactus witches’ broom
pp. 346-346(1)
Authors: Cai, H.; Chen, H. R.; Kong, B. H.; Yang, G. H.; Liu, T.

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Free Content First report of bacterial leaf spot caused by Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. begoniae, on begonia in Turkey
pp. 347-347(1)
Authors: Ornek, H.; Aysan, Y.; Mirik, M.; Sahin, F.

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Free Content Occurrence of leaf spot on cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) caused by Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. vignicola in Mozambique
pp. 347-347(1)
Authors: Moretti, C.; Mondjana, A. M.; Zazzerini, A.; Buonaurio, R.

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Free Content First report of Pestalotiopsis versicolor causing leaf-tip blight on acacia in China
pp. 348-348(1)
Authors: Wei, J. G.; Pan, X. H.; Li, Q. Q.; Qin, W. M.; Chen, J. N.; Xiong, Y.

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Free Content First report of brown leaf spot caused by Bipolaris australiensis on Cynodon spp. in China
pp. 349-349(1)
Authors: Fang, K. F.; Huang, J. B.; Hsiang, T.

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Free Content First report of root rot of stevia caused by Sclerotium rolfsii in India
pp. 350-350(1)
Authors: Kamalakannan, A.; Valluvaparidasan, V.; Chitra, K.; Rajeswari, E.; Salaheddin, K.; Ladhalakshmi, D.; Chandrasekaran, A.

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Free Content First report of Rhizoctonia zeae on turfgrass in Ontario
pp. 350-350(1)
Authors: Hsiang, T.; Masilamany, P.

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Free Content First report of Botryosphaeria obtusa causing fruit rot of quince (Cydonia oblonga) in Spain
pp. 351-351(1)
Authors: Moral, J.; Lovera, M.; Benitez, M. J.; Arquero, O.; Trapero, A.

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Free Content First report of Aspergillus flavus causing fruit rots of peaches in Greece
pp. 352-352(1)
Authors: Michailides, T.; Thomidis, T.

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Free Content First report of Puccinia heucherae on Heuchera spp. in the UK
pp. 352-352(1)
Authors: Henricot, B.; Denton, G.; Lane, C.

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Free Content First report of powdery mildew on Deutzia spp. in the UK
pp. 353-353(1)
Authors: Denton, G.; Henricot, B.

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Free Content First report of rhododendron powdery mildew on Rhododendron spp. in the Czech Republic
pp. 354-354(1)
Authors: Lebeda, A.; Sedlarova, M.; Jankovsky, L.; Shin, H. D.

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Free Content Phytophthora hedraiandra on rhododendron in Slovenia
pp. 355-355(1)
Authors: Munda, A.; Žerjav, M.; Schroers, H.-J.

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Free Content First record of powdery mildew caused by Oidiopsis haplophylli on Tropaeolum majus in Brazil
pp. 355-355(1)
Authors: Ribeiro, M. F.; Rocha, F. B.; Barreto, R. W.

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Free Content First report of Phytophthora citricola on Mangifera indica in Spain
pp. 356-356(1)
Authors: Zea-Bonilla, T.; Martín-Sánchez, P. M.; Hermoso, J. M.; Carmona, M. P.; Segundo, E.; Pérez-Jimenéz, R. M.

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