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Volume 56, Number 6, December 2007

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Free Content Biodiversity and biogeography of the cacao (Theobroma cacao) pathogen Moniliophthora roreri in tropical America
pp. 911-922(12)
Authors: Phillips-Mora, W.; Aime, M. C.; Wilkinson, M. J.

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Free Content Genetic variation in populations of the cacao wilt pathogen, Ceratocystis cacaofunesta
pp. 923-933(11)
Authors: Engelbrecht, C. J. B.; Harrington, T. C.; Alfenas, A. C.; Suarez, C.

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Free Content Associations between fungal and abiotic leaf spotting and the presence of mlo alleles in barley
pp. 934-942(9)
Authors: Makepeace, J. C.; Oxley, S. J. P.; Havis, N. D.; Hackett, R.; Burke, J. I.; Brown, J. K. M.

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Free Content Effect of water on germination of Plasmopara viticola oospores
pp. 957-966(10)
Authors: Rossi, V.; Caffi, T.

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Free Content Resistance of Pseudoperonospora cubensis to flumorph on cucumber in plastic houses
pp. 967-975(9)
Authors: Zhu, S. S.; Liu, X. L.; Wang, Y.; Wu, X. H.; Liu, P. F.; Li, J. Q.; Yuan, S. K.; Si, N. G.

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Free Content Evaluation of biological control agents for managing cucurbit powdery mildew on greenhouse-grown melon
pp. 976-986(11)
Authors: Romero, D.; de Vicente, A.; Zeriouh, H.; Cazorla, F. M.; Fernández-Ortuño, D.; Torés, J. A.; Pérez-García, A.

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Free Content Sulphur accumulation after Verticillium dahliae infection of two pepper cultivars differing in degree of resistance
pp. 998-1004(7)
Authors: Novo, M.; Gayoso, C. M.; Pomar, F.; Lucas, M. M.; Ros Barceló, A.; Merino, F.

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Free Content Effects of cultivar mixtures on scab control in apple orchards
pp. 1014-1022(9)
Authors: Didelot, F.; Brun, L.; Parisi, L.

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Free Content Diversity and detection of Korean Erwinia pyrifoliae strains as determined by plasmid profiling, phylogenetic analysis and PCR
pp. 1023-1031(9)
Authors: Shrestha, R.; Lee, S. H.; Kim, J. E.; Wilson, C.; Choi, S.-G.; Park, D. H.; Wang, M. H.; Hur, J. H.; Lim, C. K.

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Free Content Development of a reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) assay for the detection of Amasya cherry disease
pp. 1032-1035(4)
Authors: Kozlakidis, Z.; Citir, A.; Açıkgöz, S.; Coutts, R. H. A.

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Free Content The Fusarium Laboratory Manual - by John Leslie
pp. 1037-1037(1)
Author: Nicholson, Paul

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Free Content Presence of banana bacterial wilt (Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum) in Rwanda
pp. 1038-1038(1)
Authors: Reeder, R. H.; Muhinyuza, J. B.; Opolot, O.; Aritua, V.; Crozier, J.; Smith, J.

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Free Content Bacterial spot of Chinese taro (Alocasia cucullata) in Brazil induced by Pantoea agglomerans
pp. 1038-1038(1)
Authors: Romeiro, R. S.; Macagnan, D.; Mendonça, H. L.; Rodrigues Neto, J.

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Free Content First report of a 16SrII group phytoplasma associated with die-back diseases of papaya and citrus in Ethiopia
pp. 1039-1039(1)
Authors: Arocha, Y.; Bekele, B.; Tadesse, D.; Jones, P.

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Free Content Bombacopsis quinata: a new host for Oidiopsis haplophylli in Brazil
pp. 1040-1040(1)
Authors: Halfeld-Vieira, B. A.; Ferreira, L. M. M.; Nechet, K. L.

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Free Content Association of Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris with little leaf disease of desert rose
pp. 1040-1040(1)
Authors: Raj, S. K.; Khan, M. S.; Kumar, S.; Snehi, S. K.

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Free Content First report of Pythium ultimum var. ultimum causing damping-off on okra in Japan
pp. 1042-1042(1)
Authors: Kida, K.; Tojo, M.; Yano, K.; Kotani, S.

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Free Content Corrigenda
pp. 1043-1043(1)

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Free Content First report of Tomato chlorosis virus infecting tomato crops in Sinaloa, Mexico
pp. 1043-1043(1)
Authors: Alvarez-Ruiz, P.; Jimenez, C. G.; Leyva-López, N. E.; Méndez-Lozano, J.

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