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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 57, Number 2, April 2008

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Free Content Estimating the germination dynamics of Plasmopara viticola oospores using hydro-thermal time
pp. 216-226(11)
Authors: Rossi, V.; Caffi, T.; Bugiani, R.; Spanna, F.; Valle, D. Della

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Free Content Phenotypic variation in Nordic populations of Phytophthora infestans in 2003
pp. 227-234(8)
Authors: Lehtinen, A.; Hannukkala, A.; Andersson, B.; Hermansen, A.; Le, V. H.; Nærstad, R.; Brurberg, M. B.; Nielsen, B. J.; Hansen, J. G.; Yuen, J.

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Free Content Global movement and population biology of Mycosphaerella nubilosa infecting leaves of cold-tolerant Eucalyptus globulus and E. nitens
pp. 235-242(8)
Authors: Hunter, G. C.; van der Merwe, N. A.; Burgess, T. I.; Carnegie, A. J.; Wingfield, B. D.; Crous, P. W.; Wingfield, M. J.

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Free Content Molecular evidence in support of recent migration of a powdery mildew fungus on Syringa spp. into Europe from East Asia
pp. 243-250(8)
Authors: Seko, Y.; Bolay, A.; Kiss, L.; Heluta, V.; Grigaliunaite, B.; Takamatsu, S.

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Free Content Mycelial compatibility reactions of Australian Fusarium graminearum and F. pseudograminearum isolates compared with AFLP groupings
pp. 251-261(11)
Authors: Akinsanmi, O. A.; Backhouse, D.; Simpfendorfer, S.; Chakraborty, S.

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Free Content Characterization of Fusarium spp. responsible for causing dry rot of potato in Great Britain
pp. 262-271(10)
Authors: Peters, J. C.; Lees, A. K.; Cullen, D. W.; Sullivan, L.; Stroud, G. P.; Cunnington, A. C.

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Free Content Survival of Leptosphaeria maculans and associated mycobiota on oilseed rape stubble buried in soil
pp. 280-289(10)
Authors: Naseri, B.; Davidson, J. A.; Scott, E. S.

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Free Content Survival of Tilletia indica teliospores under European soil conditions
pp. 290-300(11)
Authors: Inman, A.; Magnus, H. A.; Riccioni, L.; Hughes, K.; Coates, M.; Barnes, A.; Barton, V.; Sansford, C.; Valvassori, M.; Di Giambattista, G.; Porta-Puglia, A.; Razzaghian, J.; Peterson, G.

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Free Content Berry infection and the development of bunch rot in grapes caused by Aspergillus carbonarius
pp. 301-307(7)
Authors: Kazi, B. A.; Emmett, R. W.; Nancarrow, N.; Partington, D. L.

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Free Content Brenneria quercina and Serratia spp. isolated from Spanish oak trees: molecular characterization and development of PCR primers
pp. 308-319(12)
Authors: Poza-Carrión, C.; Aguilar, I.; Gallego, F. J.; Nuñez-Moreno, Y.; Biosca, E. G.; González, R.; López, M. M.; Rodríguez-Palenzuela, P.

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Free Content Rapid in vitro microindexing of viroids in citrus
pp. 348-353(6)
Authors: Kapari-Isaia, T.; Kyriakou, A.; Papayiannis, L.; Tsaltas, D.; Gregoriou, S.; Psaltis, I.

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Free Content Occurrence of a 16SrII group phytoplasma associated with crotalaria witches’ broom in Hainan, China
pp. 364-364(1)
Authors: Wang, Z. H.; Chen, Q. B.; Yang, L. F.; Li, H. C.; Bai, C. J.

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Free Content First report of a phytoplasma associated with Praxelis witches’ broom in China
pp. 364-364(1)
Authors: Wang, Z. H.; Chen, Q. B.; Ye, A. Q.; Zhang, H.

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Free Content Identification of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ from foshou (Citrus medica) in China
pp. 365-365(1)
Authors: Deng, X.; Chen, J.; Shan, Z.; Zhou, G.; Li, H.; Civerolo, E. L.

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Free Content A phytoplasma associated with witches’ broom disease of Tabebuia pentaphylla in Brazil
pp. 365-365(1)
Authors: Mafia, R. G.; Barreto, R. W.; Vanetti, C. A.; Hodgetts, J.; Dickinson, M.; Alfenas, A. C.

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Free Content Coconut lethal yellowing on the southern coast of the Dominican Republic is associated with a new 16SrIV group phytoplasma
pp. 366-366(1)
Authors: Martinez, R. T.; Narvaez, M.; Fabre, S.; Harrison, N.; Oropeza, C.; Dollet, M.; Hichez, E.

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Free Content Tumorigenic Agrobacterium rhizogenes (biovar 2) isolated from grapevine in Spain
pp. 367-367(1)
Authors: López, M. M.; Palacio-Bielsa, A.; González-Abolafio, R.; Santiago, R.; Salcedo, C. I.; Penyalver, R.

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Free Content Isolation and identification of Pseudomonas syringae pv. aesculi causing bleeding canker of horse chestnut in the UK
pp. 368-368(1)
Authors: Webber, J. F.; Parkinson, N. M.; Rose, J.; Stanford, H.; Cook, R. T. A.; Elphinstone, J. G.

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Free Content Bacterial wilt, caused by Ralstonia solanacearum, on tomato in Italy
pp. 368-368(1)
Authors: Loreti, S.; Fiori, M.; De Simone, D.; Falchi, G.; Gallelli, A.; Schiaffino, A.; Ena, S.

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Free Content Pathogenicity of Pythium spiculum and P. sterilum on feeder roots of Quercus rotundifolia
pp. 369-369(1)
Authors: Jiménez, J. J.; Sánchez, J. E.; Romero, M. A.; Belbahri, L.; Trapero, A.; Lefort, F.; Sánchez, M. E.

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Free Content Phytophthora alni causing decline of black and grey alders in the Czech Republic
pp. 370-370(1)
Authors: Cerny, K.; Gregorova, B.; Strnadova, V.; Holub, V.; Tomsovsky, M.; Cervenka, M.

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Free Content First record of Plasmopara obducens (downy mildew) on impatiens in Australia
pp. 371-371(1)
Authors: Cunnington, J. H.; Aldaoud, R.; Loh, M.; Washington, W. S.; Irvine, G.

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Free Content First report of the downy mildew Peronospora lamii on Salvia officinalis and Rosmarinus officinalis in the UK
pp. 372-372(1)
Authors: Humphreys-Jones, D. R.; Barnes, A. V.; Lane, C. R.

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Free Content Downy mildew of coleus (Solenostemon scutellarioides) caused by Peronospora sp. in Florida
pp. 372-372(1)
Authors: Palmateer, A. J.; Harmon, P. F.; Schubert, T. S.

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Free Content First report of Oidium neolycopersici on tomatoes in Turkey
pp. 373-373(1)
Authors: Yolageldi, L.; Sin, B.; Onogur, E.

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Free Content Brazil, a new location for powdery mildew on parsley and fenchel plants
pp. 373-373(1)
Authors: Rosa, D. D.; Ohto, C. T.; Basseto, M. A.; de Souza, N. L.; Furtado, E. L.

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Free Content New report of a powdery mildew on Wisteria in the UK
pp. 374-374(1)
Authors: Henricot, B.; Cook, R. T. A.

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Free Content First report of powdery mildew of Platanus orientalis caused by Erysiphe platani in China
pp. 375-375(1)
Authors: Liang, C.; Lu, G. Z.; Shin, H. D.

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Free Content Discovery of Erysiphe platani anamorph on Platanus ×hispanica from Brazil
pp. 375-375(1)
Authors: Inokuti, E. M.; Soares, D. J.; Barreto, R. W.

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Free Content Gymnosporangium sabinae found in Norway
pp. 376-376(1)
Authors: Gjærum, H. B.; Gauslaa, Y.; Talgø, V.

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Free Content First report of rust disease caused by Puccinia elymi on Leymus chinensis in China
pp. 376-376(1)
Authors: Li, Z.; Wang, X.; Wang, D. L.

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Free Content First report of verticillium wilt of artichoke caused by Verticillium dahliae in Tunisia
pp. 377-377(1)
Authors: Jabnoun-Khiareddine, H.; Daami-Remadi, M.; Ayed, F.; El Mahjoub, M.

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Free Content First report of lavender wilt caused by Fusarium solani in China
pp. 377-377(1)
Authors: Ren, Y.-Z.; Tan, H.; Li, Z.-J.; Du, J.; Li, H.

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Free Content First report of Fusarium dimerum on Solanum tuberosum in Turkey
pp. 378-378(1)
Authors: Eken, C.; Hasenekogˇlu, İ.; Çoruh, İ.; Demirer, E.; Demirci, E.

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Free Content Alternaria infectoria species-group associated with black point of wheat in Argentina
pp. 379-379(1)
Authors: Perelló, A.; Moreno, M.; Sisterna, M.

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Free Content Alternaria alternata fruit rot of pomegranate (Punica granatum) in Greece
pp. 379-379(1)
Authors: Tziros, G. T.; Lagopodi, A. L.; Tzavella-Klonari, K.

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Free Content Occurrence of Grovesinia pyramidalis on soursop and avocado in Brazil
pp. 380-380(1)
Authors: Bezerra, J. L.; Luz, E. D. M. N.; Gramacho, K. P.; De Figueirêdo, V. R.; Bezerra, K. M. T.

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Free Content First report of Phoma exigua as a pathogen of hop in Slovenia
pp. 381-381(1)
Authors: Radisek, S.; Jakse, J.; Javornik, B.; de Gruyter, J.

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Free Content Dieback due to Lasiodiplodia theobromae, a new constraint to cocoa production in Cameroon
pp. 381-381(1)
Authors: Mbenoun, M.; Momo Zeutsa, E. H.; Samuels, G.; Nsouga Amougou, F.; Nyasse, S.

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Free Content First report of Macrophomina phaseolina causing crown and root rot of strawberry in Spain
pp. 382-382(1)
Authors: Avilés, M.; Castillo, S.; Bascon, J.; Zea-Bonilla, T.; Martín-Sánchez, P. M.; Pérez-Jiménez, R. M.

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Free Content Diplodia mutila causing seedling mortality of the palm Iriartea deltoidea
pp. 382-382(1)
Authors: Alvarez-Loayza, P.; White Jr., J. F.; Bergen, M.; Cadenas, C.

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Free Content First report of Septoria pachyspora causing leaf blotch of Zanthoxylum schinifolium
pp. 383-383(1)
Authors: Lee, S. H.; Kim, K. H.; Shin, H. D.

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Free Content First report of Cryphonectria parasitica on chestnut (Castanea sativa) in Azerbaijan
pp. 383-383(1)
Authors: Aghayeva, D. N.; Harrington, T. C.

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Free Content First report of brown patch on bristle basket grass in Iran
pp. 384-384(1)
Authors: Aghajani, M. A.; Alizadeh, A.; Rahimian, H.

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Free Content A new host for Pithomyces chartarum, the cause of a leaf spot disease on Withania somnifera
pp. 385-385(1)
Authors: Verma, O. P.; Gupta, R. B. L.; Shivpuri, A.

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Free Content First report on Pyrenophora teres causing lesions of wheat leaves in Hungary
pp. 385-385(1)
Authors: Tóth, B.; Csősz, M.; Kopahnke, D.; Varga, J.

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Free Content First report of Melon necrotic spot virus on melon in Tunisia
pp. 386-386(1)
Authors: Yakoubi, S.; Desbiez, C.; Fakhfakh, H.; Wipf-Scheibel, C.; Marrakchi, M.; Lecoq, H.

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Free Content First report of Phaeoacremonium viticola affecting grapevines in Spain
pp. 386-386(1)
Authors: Aroca, A.; Luque, J.; Raposo, R.

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Free Content First report of the identification of Moroccan watermelon mosaic virus in papaya in Democratic Republic of Congo
pp. 387-387(1)
Authors: Arocha, Y.; Vigheri, N.; Nkoy-Florent, B.; Bakwanamaha, K.; Bolomphety, B.; Kasongo, M.; Betts, P.; Monger, W. A.; Harju, V.; Mumford, R. A.; Jones, P.

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Free Content Occurrence of Tomato mosaic Havana virus in Nicaragua
pp. 387-387(1)
Authors: Monger, W. A.; Mumford, R. A.; Antonio García, E.; Boa, E.

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Free Content Occurrence in Tunisia of potato tuber necrotic ringspot disease (PTNRD) caused by variant PVYNTN of Potato virus Y
pp. 388-388(1)
Authors: Bouhachem, S. Boukhris; Khamassy, N.; Glais, L.; Kerlan, C.

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Free Content Tomato chlorosis virus: first report in Mayotte Island
pp. 388-388(1)
Authors: Massé, D.; Lefeuvre, P.; Delatte, H.; Abdoul Karime, A. L.; Hostachy, B.; Reynaud, B.; Lett, J. M.

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Free Content First report of Beet soil-borne virus on sugar beet in China
pp. 389-389(1)
Authors: Wang, B.; Li, M.; Zhang, J.; Han, C.; Li, D.; Yu, J.

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Free Content First identification of Beet western yellows virus on sugarbeet and lettuce in China
pp. 390-390(1)
Authors: Xiang, H. Y.; Shang, Q. X.; Han, C. G.; Li, D. W.; Yu, J. L.

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Free Content First report on the occurrence of Cucurbit aphid-borne yellows virus on nine cucurbitaceous species in China
pp. 390-390(1)
Authors: Xiang, H. Y.; Shang, Q. X.; Han, C. G.; Li, D. W.; Yu, J. L.

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Free Content First report of Honeysuckle yellow vein mosaic virus on tomato affected by yellow dwarf disease in Japan
pp. 391-391(1)
Authors: Kitamura, K.; Ogawa, T.; Sharma, P.; Ikegami, M.

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Free Content Occurrence of Cherry green ring mottle virus in Turkey
pp. 392-392(1)
Authors: Sipahioglu, H. M.; Usta, M.; Ocak, M.

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Free Content First report of Olive latent virus 2 in wild castor bean (Ricinus communis) in Italy
pp. 392-392(1)
Authors: Parrella, G.; De Stradis, A.; Vovlas, C.

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Free Content Cydonia oblonga as reservoir of Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus in India
pp. 393-393(1)
Authors: Rana, T.; Chandel, V.; Hallan, V.; Zaidi, A. A.

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Free Content Discovery and characterization of Plum pox virus isolates in Montenegro
pp. 393-393(1)
Authors: Viršček Marn, M.; Mavrič Pleško, I.; Zindović, J.

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Free Content First report of Canna yellow mottle virus (CaYMV) in Italy and in the Netherlands
pp. 394-394(1)
Authors: Marino, M. T.; Ragozzino, E.; Lockhart, B. E. L.; Miglino, R.; Alioto, D.

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Free Content Orychophragmus violaceus, a new host of Potato virus X, reported from China
pp. 395-395(1)
Authors: Li, X. S.; Cao, Y. Y.; Zhou, T.; Cheng, Y. Q.; Li, H. F.; Fan, Z. F.

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Free Content First report of Broad bean wilt virus 1 in Slovenia
pp. 395-395(1)
Authors: Mehle, N.; Tušek Žnidarič, M.; Tornos, T.; Ravnikar, M.

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Free Content Pelargonium chlorotic ring pattern virus: first report in Spain
pp. 396-396(1)
Authors: Ruiz, L.; Castaño, A.; Borja, M.; Hernández, C.

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Free Content Shallot virus X in Indian shallot, a new virus report for India
pp. 396-396(1)
Authors: Majumder, S.; Arya, M.; Pant, R. P.; Baranwal, V. K.

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Free Content First report of an outbreak of Rice stripe virus on wheat in China
pp. 397-397(1)
Authors: Xiong, R. Y.; Cheng, Z. B.; Wu, J. X.; Zhou, Y. J.; Zhou, T.; Zhou, X. P.

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Free Content First report of Eggplant mottled crinkle virus in geranium in Iran
pp. 397-397(1)
Authors: Rasoulpour, R.; Izadpanah, K.

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Free Content Tobacco leaf curl Cuba virus infects the weed Malachra alceifolia in Jamaica
pp. 398-398(1)
Authors: Hall, G. C.; Graham, A. P.; Roye, M. E.

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Free Content Psiguria triphylla: a new natural host of Papaya ringspot virus– type W in Brazil
pp. 398-398(1)
Authors: Nakano, D. H.; Sansini, D. M. F.; Buriolla, J. E.; Junqueira, N. T. V.; Kitajima, E. W.; Rezende, J. A. M.

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Free Content Streptosolen jamesonii‘Yellow’, a new host plant of Potato spindle tuber viroid
pp. 399-399(1)
Authors: Verhoeven, J. Th. J.; Jansen, C. C. C.; Roenhorst, J. W.

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Free Content First report of Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid infecting commercial petunia stocks in the United Kingdom
pp. 400-400(1)
Authors: James, T.; Mulholland, V.; Jeffries, C.; Chard, J.

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Free Content First report of Hop latent viroid (HLVd) in China
pp. 400-400(1)
Authors: Liu, S.; Li, S.; Zhu, J.; Xiang, B.; Cao, L.

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