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Volume 56, Number 4, August 2007

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Free Content Aggressiveness of Phytophthora infestans and phenotypic analysis of resistance in wild Petota accessions in Ecuador
pp. 549-561(13)
Authors: Chacón, M. G.; Andrade-Piedra, J. L.; Gessler, C.; Forbes, G. A.

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Free Content Genetic structure and pathogenicity of populations of Phytophthora infestans from organic potato crops in France, Norway, Switzerland and the United Kingdom
pp. 562-572(11)
Authors: Flier, W. G.; Kroon, L. P. N. M.; Hermansen, A.; van Raaij, H. M. G.; Speiser, B.; Tamm, L.; Fuchs, J. G.; Lambion, J.; Razzaghian, J.; Andrivon, D.; Wilcockson, S.; Leifert, C.

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Free Content Phytophthora infestans in a single field in southwest Sweden early in spring: symptoms, spatial distribution and genotypic variation
pp. 573-579(7)
Authors: Widmark, A.-K.; Andersson, B.; Cassel-Lundhagen, A.; Sandström, M.; Yuen, J. E.

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Free Content Sudden oak death: geographic risk estimates and predictions of origins
pp. 580-587(8)
Authors: Kluza, D. A.; Vieglais, D. A.; Andreasen, J. K.; Peterson, A. T.

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Free Content Splash dispersal of Leptosphaeria maculans pycnidiospores and the spread of blackleg on oilseed rape
pp. 595-603(9)
Authors: Travadon, R.; Bousset, L.; Saint-Jean, S.; Brun, H.; Sache, I.

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Free Content Infection of stem bases and grains of winter wheat by Fusarium culmorum and F. graminearum and effects of tillage method and maize-stalk residues
pp. 604-615(12)
Authors: Bateman, G. L.; Gutteridge, R. J.; Gherbawy, Y.; Thomsett, M. A.; Nicholson, P.

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Free Content Botryosphaeriaceae occurring on native Syzygium cordatum in South Africa and their potential threat to Eucalyptus
pp. 624-636(13)
Authors: Pavlic, D.; Slippers, B.; Coutinho, T. A.; Wingfield, M. J.

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Free Content Control of black foot disease in grapevine nurseries
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Authors: Halleen, F.; Fourie, P. H.; Crous, P. W.

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Free Content Sensitivity of Botrytis cinerea from vegetable greenhouses to boscalid
pp. 646-653(8)
Authors: Zhang, C. Q.; Yuan, S. K.; Sun, H. Y.; Qi, Z. Q.; Zhou, M. G.; Zhu, G. N.

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Free Content Genotype-isolate interaction for resistance to black stem in sunflower (Helianthus annuus)
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Authors: Darvishzadeh, R.; Dechamp-Guillaume, G.; Hewezi, T.; Sarrafi, A.

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Free Content Analysis of resistance to Xylella fastidiosa within a hybrid population of Pera sweet orange × Murcott tangor
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Authors: Coletta-Filho, H. D.; Pereira, E. O.; Souza, A. A.; Takita, M. A.; Cristofani-Yale, M.; Machado, M. A.

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Free Content Partial characterization of phytoplasmas associated with lettuce and wild lettuce phyllodies in Iran
pp. 669-676(8)
Authors: Salehi, M.; Izadpanah, K.; Nejat, N.; Siampour, M.

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Free Content Co-operational PCR coupled with dot blot hybridization for detection and 16SrX grouping of phytoplasmas
pp. 677-682(6)
Authors: Bertolini, E.; Torres, E.; Olmos, A.; Martín, M. P.; Bertaccini, A.; Cambra, M.

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Free Content Selective detection of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato using dot blot hybridization and real-time PCR
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Authors: Fanelli, V.; Cariddi, C.; Finetti-Sialer, M.

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Free Content Potential and limits of acylcyclohexanediones for the control of blossom blight in apple and pear caused by Erwinia amylovora
pp. 702-710(9)
Authors: Spinelli, F.; Vanneste, J. L.; Ciampolini, F.; Cresti, M.; Rademacher, W.; Geider, K.; Costa, G.

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Free Content Movement of aphid-transmitted Sugarcane yellow leaf virus (ScYLV) within and between sugarcane plants
pp. 711-717(7)
Authors: Lehrer, A. T.; Schenck, S.; Yan, S.-L.; Komor, E.

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Free Content First report of Papaya ringspot virus infecting papaya in Côte d’Ivoire
pp. 718-718(1)
Authors: Diallo, H. A.; Monger, W.; Kouassi, N.; Yoro, D. T.; Jones, P.

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Free Content First report of a distinct begomovirus associated with okra yellow crinkle disease in Mali
pp. 718-718(1)
Authors: Shih, S. L.; Green, S. K.; Tsai, W. S.; Lee, L. M.; Levasseur, V.

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Free Content First report of Banana bunchy top virus infecting banana in Iran
pp. 719-719(1)
Authors: Bananej, K.; Ghotbi, T.; Vahdat, A.

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Free Content First report of Turnip mosaic virus on Brassicaceae crops in Turkey
pp. 719-719(1)
Authors: Korkmaz, S.; Onder, S.; Tomitaka, Y.; Ohshima, K.

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Free Content First report of Narcissus latent virus in New Zealand
pp. 720-720(1)
Authors: Wei, T.; Pearson, M. N.; Cohen, D.

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Free Content First report of Cucurbit aphid-borne yellows virus in Italy
pp. 720-720(1)
Authors: Tomassoli, L.; Meneghini, M.

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Free Content First report of Candidatus‘Phytoplasma asteris’ infecting tomatillo (Physalis ixocarpa) in Sinaloa, México
pp. 721-721(1)
Authors: Santos-Cervantes, M. E.; Chávez-Medina, J. A.; Fierro-Coronado, J. A.; Ruelas-Ayala, R. D.; Barreras-Soto, M. A.; Méndez-Lozano, J.; Leyva-López, N. E.

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Free Content First report of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma mali’ in Prunus avium, P. armeniaca and P. domestica
pp. 721-721(1)
Authors: Mehle, N.; Brzin, J.; Boben, J.; Hren, M.; Frank, J.; Petrovič, N.; Gruden, K.; Dreo, T.; Žežlina, I.; Seljak, G.; Ravnikar, M.

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Free Content First record of powdery mildew on Homalocladium platycladum in the Czech Republic
pp. 722-722(1)
Authors: Lebeda, A.; Mieslerová, B.; Rybka, V.; Sedlářová, M.; Petrželová, I.

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Free Content First report of bacterial soft rot on onion caused by Dickeya sp. (ex Pectobacterium chrysanthemi) in Spain
pp. 722-722(1)
Authors: Palacio-Bielsa, A.; Cambra, M. A.; López, M. M.

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Free Content First record of Alternaria petroselini sensu lato causing leaf blight on parsley in Australia
pp. 723-723(1)
Authors: Cunnington, J. H.; Minchinton, E. J.; Auer, D. P. F.; Martin, H. L.

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Free Content First report of Alternaria alternata causing leaf spot on Stevia rebaudiana
pp. 723-723(1)
Authors: Maiti, C. K.; Sen, S.; Acharya, R.; Acharya, K.

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Free Content First report of stemphylium leaf blight of onion caused by Stemphylium vesicarium in Egypt
pp. 724-724(1)
Authors: Hassan, M. H. A.; Allam, A. D. A.; Abo-Elyousr, K. A. M.; Hussein, M. A. M.

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Free Content First report of Phomopsis viticola causing bunch rot of grapes in Australia
pp. 725-725(1)
Authors: Savocchia, S.; Greer, L. A.; Steel, C. C.

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Free Content First report of Ascochyta sonchi in Turkey
pp. 725-725(1)
Authors: Eken, C.; Çoruh, İ.

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Free Content First report of verticillium wilt of melon caused by Verticillium dahliae in Tunisia
pp. 726-726(1)
Authors: Jabnoun-Khiareddine, H.; Daami-Remadi, M.; Ayed, F.; Mahjoub, M. El

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Free Content First report of Rhizoctonia solani causing leaf spot of Adhatoda vasica
pp. 726-726(1)
Authors: Verma, O. P.; Singh, N.; Sharma, P.

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Free Content Basal rot of Alstroemeria spp. caused by Fusarium oxysporum in Argentina
pp. 727-727(1)
Authors: Wolcan, S. M.; Palmucci, H. E.; Grego, P. J.

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Free Content First report of alstroemeria wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum in India
pp. 727-727(1)
Authors: Shanmugam, V.; Kumar, S.; Singh, M. K.; Verma, R.; Sharma, V.; Ajit, N. S.

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Free Content First report of Phytophthora palmivora on olive trees in Argentina
pp. 728-728(1)
Authors: Lucero, G.; Vettraino, A. M.; Pizzuolo, P.; Stefano, C. Di; Vannini, A.

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Free Content Phytophthora ramorum on three new hosts detected using on-site diagnostics
pp. 728-728(1)
Authors: Giltrap, P. M.; Hughes, K. J. D.; Barton, V. C.; Hobden, E.; Barber, P.; Izzard, K.

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