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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 57, Number 4, August 2008

Free Content Breeding cereals for rust resistance in Australia
pp. 591-602(12)
Author: Park, R. F.

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Free Content The new Pest Risk Analysis for Tilletia indica, the cause of Karnal bunt of wheat, continues to support the quarantine status of the pathogen in Europe
pp. 603-611(9)
Authors: Sansford, C. E.; Baker, R. H. A.; Brennan, J. P.; Ewert, F.; Gioli, B.; Inman, A.; Kinsella, A.; Magnus, H. A.; Miglietta, F.; Murray, G. M.; Porta-Puglia, A.; Porter, J. R.; Rafoss, T.; Riccioni, L.; Thorne, F.

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Free Content Susceptibility of European bread and durum wheat cultivars to Tilletia indica
pp. 612-622(11)
Authors: Riccioni, L.; Inman, A.; Magnus, H. A.; Valvassori, M.; Porta-Puglia, A.; Conca, G.; Di Giambattista, G.; Hughes, K.; Coates, M.; Bowyer, R.; Barnes, A.; Sansford, C. E.; Razzaghian, J.; Prince, A.; Peterson, G. L.

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Free Content Comparison of genetic diversity and pathogenicity of fusarium head blight pathogens from China and Europe by SSCP and seedling assays on wheat
pp. 642-651(10)
Authors: Qu, B.; Li, H. P.; Zhang, J. B.; Huang, T.; Carter, J.; Liao, Y. C.; Nicholson, P.

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Free Content Strategies to prevent spread of Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) onto oilseed rape crops in China; costs and benefits
pp. 652-664(13)
Authors: Fitt, B. D. L.; Hu, B. C.; Li, Z. Q.; Liu, S. Y.; Lange, R. M.; Kharbanda, P. D.; Butterworth, M. H.; White, R. P.

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Free Content Quambalaria species associated with plantation and native eucalypts in Australia
pp. 702-714(13)
Authors: Pegg, G. S.; O'Dwyer, C.; Carnegie, A. J.; Burgess, T. I.; Wingfield, M. J.; Drenth, A.

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Free Content Phytophthora pinifolia sp. nov. associated with a serious needle disease of Pinus radiata in Chile
pp. 715-727(13)
Authors: Durán, A.; Gryzenhout, M.; Slippers, B.; Ahumada, R.; Rotella, A.; Flores, F.; Wingfield, B. D.; Wingfield, M. J.

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Free Content Mefenoxam sensitivity and fitness analysis of Phytophthora nicotianae isolates from nurseries in Virginia, USA
pp. 728-736(9)
Authors: Hu, J. H.; Hong, C. X.; Stromberg, E. L.; Moorman, G. W.

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Free Content Characterization and pathogenicity of Rhizoctonia isolates associated with cauliflower in Belgium
pp. 737-746(10)
Authors: Pannecoucque, J.; Van Beneden, S.; Höfte, M.

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Free Content New subspecies-specific polymerase chain reaction-based assay for the detection of Acidovorax avenae subsp. citrulli
pp. 754-763(10)
Authors: Bahar, O.; Efrat, M.; Hadar, E.; Dutta, B.; Walcott, R. R.; Burdman, S.

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Free Content Hop stunt viroid (HSVd) newly reported from hop in Xinjiang, China
pp. 764-764(1)
Authors: Guo, L.; Liu, S.; Wu, Z.; Mu, L.; Xiang, B.; Li, S.

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Free Content First report of Beet mosaic virus infecting lettuce, in China
pp. 764-764(1)
Authors: Wang, H. Y.; Li, X. D.; Liu, Y. Y.; Wang, B.; Zhu, X. P.

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Free Content Melon necrotic spot virus newly reported in China
pp. 765-765(1)
Authors: Gu, Q.-S.; Bao, W.-H.; Tian, Y.-P.; Prins, M.; Yang, H.-X.; Lu, J.; Liu, L.-F.; Peng, B.

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Free Content Melon yellow spot virus in watermelon: a first record from Taiwan
pp. 765-765(1)
Authors: Chen, T.-C.; Lu, Y.-Y.; Cheng, Y.-H.; Chang, C.-A.; Yeh, S.-D.

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Free Content Moroccan watermelon mosaic virus newly reported on zucchini squash in France
pp. 766-766(1)
Authors: Lecoq, H.; Justafré, I.; Wipf-Scheibel, C.; Desbiez, C.

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Free Content Yellow leaf curl disease of pumpkin in Thailand is associated with Squash leaf curl China virus
pp. 766-766(1)
Authors: Ito, T.; Ogawa, T.; Samretwanich, K.; Sharma, P.; Ikegami, M.

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Free Content Outbreak of Papaya ringspot virus in papaya orchards in St. Kitts
pp. 767-767(1)
Authors: Chin, M.; Rhodes, L.; Tennant, P.

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Free Content First report of Tomato chlorosis virus in Turkey
pp. 767-767(1)
Authors: Çevik, B.; Erkıß, G.

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Free Content Iris yellow spot virus (IYSV) infecting lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorum) in the UK: first finding and detection by real-time PCR
pp. 768-768(1)
Authors: Mumford, R. A.; Glover, R.; Daly, M.; Nixon, T.; Harju, V.; Skelton, A.

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Free Content Vallota mosaic virus infecting nerine in the UK
pp. 768-768(1)
Authors: Monger, W. A.; Mumford, R. A.

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Free Content Identification of an X-disease (16SrIII) group phytoplasma (‘Candidatus Phytoplasma pruni’) infecting delphiniums in the UK
pp. 769-769(1)
Authors: Harju, V. A.; Skelton, A. L; Monger, W. A.; Jarvis, B.; Mumford, R. A.

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Free Content Molecular identification of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma cynodontis’ associated with Bermuda grass white leaf disease in India
pp. 770-770(1)
Authors: Snehi, S. K.; Khan, M. S.; Raj, S. K.; Mall, S.; Singh, M.; Rao, G. P.

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Free Content Natural occurrence of phytoplasma associated with chickpea phyllody disease in Pakistan – a new record
pp. 771-771(1)
Authors: Akhtar, K. P.; Shah, T. M.; Atta, B. M.; Dickinson, M.; Jamil, F. F.; Haq, M. A.; Hameed, S.; Iqbal, M. J.

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Free Content First report on the association of a 16SrII phytoplasma with sesame phyllody in Pakistan
pp. 771-771(1)
Authors: Akhtar, K. P.; Dickinson, M.; Sarwar, G.; Jamil, F. F.; Haq, M. A.

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Free Content First report of alder yellows phytoplasma on common alder (Alnus glutinosa) in Serbia
pp. 773-773(1)
Authors: Cvrković, T.; Jović, J.; Mitrović, M.; Petrović, A.; Krnjajić, S.; Malembic-Maher, S.; Toševski, I.

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Free Content First report of bacterial wilt caused by Ralstonia solanacearum biovar 2 on tomato in Turkey
pp. 773-773(1)
Authors: Ustun, N.; Ozakman, M.; Karahan, A.

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Free Content Bacterial leaf spot of tobacco caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa in China
pp. 774-774(1)
Authors: Yu, L.; Qin, X. Y.; Du, J.; Wang, A. Y.; Zhao, Y. Y.; Shen, D. J.; Sun, Y. X.; Huang, Q.

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Free Content Erwinia papayae causing papaya dieback in Malaysia
pp. 774-774(1)
Authors: Maktar, N. H.; Kamis, S.; Mohd Yusof, F. Z.; Hussain, N. H.

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Free Content Medlar decline caused by Phytophthora cactorum in Hungary
pp. 775-775(1)
Authors: Érsek, T.; Belbahri, L.; Nagy, Z. Á.; Bakonyi, J.; Crovadore, J.; Lefort, F.

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Free Content First report of bacterial blight of Anthurium andreanum in Poland
pp. 775-775(1)
Authors: Puławska, J.; Kordyla-Bronka, M.; Jouen, E.; Robene-Soustrade, I.; Gagnevin, L.; Pruvost, O.; Sobiczewski, P.; Orlikowski, L.

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Free Content First report of Pythium deliense as a pathogen of melon in Honduras and Guatemala
pp. 776-776(1)
Authors: de Cara, M.; Santos, M.; Herrero, M. L.; Brurberg, M. B.; Tello Marquina, J. C.

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Free Content Pythium myriotylum, a new pathogen of green beans in Spain
pp. 776-776(1)
Authors: Serrano, Y.; Melero-Vara, J. M.; Guirado, M. L.; Segundo, E.; Gómez, J.

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Free Content Powdery mildew caused by Erysiphe cruciferarum is found for the first time on Chinese cabbage in Korea
pp. 777-777(1)
Authors: Jee, H. J.; Shim, C. K.; Choi, Y. J.; Shin, H. D.

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Free Content First confirmed report of downy mildew caused by Hyaloperonospora parasitica on broccoli in Korea
pp. 777-777(1)
Authors: Hong, S. Y.; Jee, H. J.; Choi, Y. J.; Shin, H. D.

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Free Content Powdery mildew on tomato caused by Oidium neolycopersici in Changchun, China
pp. 778-778(1)
Authors: Liu, S. Y.; Liu, W.; Takamatsu, S.; Li, Y.

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Free Content A novel finding of Podosphaera causing powdery mildew on Cuphea rosea
pp. 778-778(1)
Authors: Beales, P. A.; Cook, R. T. A.

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Free Content First report of Erysiphe palczewskii on Caragana arborescens in the Czech Republic
pp. 779-779(1)
Authors: Lebeda, A.; Mieslerová, B.; Sedlářová, M.

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Free Content First report of taro black rot caused by Ceratocystis fimbriata in China
pp. 780-780(1)
Authors: Huang, Q.; Wang, Y. Y.; Zhao, Y. Y.; Jiao, Y. X.; Li, X. F.; Chen, H. R.; Zhu, Y. Y.

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Free Content A Fusarium sp. different from Fusarium oxysporum and F. mangiferae is associated with mango malformation in Michoacán, Mexico
pp. 781-781(1)
Authors: Rodríguez-Alvarado, G.; Fernández-Pavía, S. P.; Ploetz, R. C.; Valenzuela-Vázquez, M.

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Free Content First report of wilt of Amygdalus communis caused by Verticillium dahliae in China
pp. 781-781(1)
Authors: Zhang, H.-W.; Zhang, W.; Zhou, J.; Zhang, G.-Z.

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Free Content A new host for Nigrospora sphaerica causing leaf spots on Glycyrrhiza glabra
pp. 782-782(1)
Authors: Verma, O. P.; Gupta, R. B. L.

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Free Content Phloeosporella ceanothi causing leaf spot and dieback on Ceanothus in the UK
pp. 782-782(1)
Authors: Denton, J.; Henricot, B.; Denton, G.; Barnes, A. V.; Beales, P. A.

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Free Content Pomegranate fruit rot caused by Coniella granati confirmed in Greece
pp. 783-783(1)
Authors: Tziros, G. T.; Tzavella-Klonari, K.

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Free Content Occurrence of ‘mal nero’ disease on mandarin and orange trees in Tunisia
pp. 784-784(1)
Authors: Hajlaoui, M. R.; Kalai, L.; Mnari-Hattab, M.; Guermech, A.; Abdelaal, N. Ben

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Free Content Seiridium cardinale is a new threat to cypress trees in Cyprus
pp. 784-784(1)
Authors: Tsopelas, P.; Angelopoulos, A.; Nikolaou, K.

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Free Content First report of Eutypella parasitica causing cankers on field maple (Acer campestre) in Croatia
pp. 785-785(1)
Authors: Ogris, N.; Diminić, D.; Piškur, B.; Kraigher, H.

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Free Content First report of rust caused by Coleosporium plumeriae on Plumeria alba in India
pp. 787-787(1)
Authors: Baiswar, P.; Chandra, S.; Kumar, R.

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Free Content First report of Eutypa lata on red currant (Ribes rubrum) in Italy
pp. 787-787(1)
Authors: Prodorutti, D.; Michelon, L.; Vanblaere, T.; Gobbin, D.; Pertot, I.

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