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Volume 58, Number 2, April 2009

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Free Content Serological and molecular detection of Tomato chlorosis virus and Tomato infectious chlorosis virus in tomato
pp. 210-220(11)
Authors: Jacquemond, M.; Verdin, E.; Dalmon, A.; Guilbaud, L.; Gognalons, P.

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Free Content Comparative whitefly transmission of Tomato chlorosis virus and Tomato infectious chlorosis virus from single or mixed infections
pp. 221-227(7)
Authors: Dalmon, A.; Fabre, F.; Guilbaud, L.; Lecoq, H.; Jacquemond, M.

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Free Content Reliable RT-PCR detection of Apple stem pitting virus in pome fruits and its association with quince fruit deformation disease
pp. 228-236(9)
Authors: Mathioudakis, M. M.; Maliogka, V. I.; Dovas, C. I.; Paunović, S.; Katis, N. I.

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Free Content A new selective medium for Burkholderia caryophylli, the causal agent of carnation bacterial wilt
pp. 237-242(6)
Authors: Kawanishi, T.; Uematsu, S.; Nishimura, K.; Otani, T.; Tanaka-Miwa, C.; Hamamoto, H.; Namba, S.

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Free Content Susceptibility of Iberian trees to Phytophthora ramorum and P. cinnamomi
pp. 271-283(13)
Authors: Moralejo, E.; García-Muñoz, J. A.; Descals, E.

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Free Content Investigations concerning the role of Chalara fraxinea in declining Fraxinus excelsior
pp. 284-292(9)
Authors: Bakys, R.; Vasaitis, R.; Barklund, P.; Ihrmark, K.; Stenlid, J.

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Free Content Dothistromin toxin is not required for dothistroma needle blight in Pinus radiata
pp. 293-304(12)
Authors: Schwelm, A.; Barron, N. J.; Baker, J.; Dick, M.; Long, P. G.; Zhang, S.; Bradshaw, R. E.

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Free Content Dual control of avirulence in Leptosphaeria maculans towards a Brassica napus cultivar with ‘sylvestris-derived’ resistance suggests involvement of two resistance genes
pp. 305-313(9)
Authors: Van de Wouw, A. P.; Marcroft, S. J.; Barbetti, M. J.; Hua, Li; Salisbury, P. A.; Gout, L.; Rouxel, T.; Howlett, B. J.; Balesdent, M. H.

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Free Content Quantitative resistance to symptomless growth of Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) in Brassica napus (oilseed rape)
pp. 314-323(10)
Authors: Huang, Y. J.; Pirie, E. J.; Evans, N.; Delourme, R.; King, G. J.; Fitt, B. D. L.

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Free Content Detection and quantification of airborne inoculum of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum using quantitative PCR
pp. 324-331(8)
Authors: Rogers, S. L.; Atkins, S. D.; West, J. S.

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Free Content Effect of pea plant architecture on spatiotemporal epidemic development of ascochyta blight (Mycosphaerella pinodes) in the field
pp. 332-343(12)
Authors: Le May, C.; Ney, B.; Lemarchand, E.; Schoeny, A.; Tivoli, B.

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Free Content Trichothecene mycotoxin genotypes of Fusarium graminearum sensu stricto and Fusarium meridionale in wheat from southern Brazil
pp. 344-351(8)
Authors: Scoz, L. B.; Astolfi, P.; Reartes, D. S.; Schmale III, D. G.; Moraes, M. G.; Del Ponte, E. M.

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Free Content Identification, pathogenicity and distribution of Penicillium spp. isolated from garlic in two regions in Argentina
pp. 352-361(10)
Authors: Valdez, J. G.; Makuch, M. A.; Ordovini, A. F.; Frisvad, J. C.; Overy, D. P.; Masuelli, R. W.; Piccolo, R. J.

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Free Content Effect of plot geometry on epidemic velocity of wheat yellow rust
pp. 370-377(8)
Authors: Sackett, K. E.; Mundt, C. C.

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Free Content Quantitative evolution of aggressiveness of powdery mildew under two-cultivar barley mixtures
pp. 378-388(11)
Authors: Marshall, B.; Newton, A. C.; Zhan, J.

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Free Content First report of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ associated with Huanglongbing in Cuba
pp. 389-389(1)
Authors: Martínez, Y.; Llauger, R.; Batista, L.; Luis, M.; Iglesia, A.; Collazo, C.; Peña, I.; Casín, J. C.; Cueto, J.; Tablada, L. M.

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Free Content First report of a 16SrXIV, ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma cynodontis’ group phytoplasma associated with coconut yellow decline in Malaysia
pp. 389-389(1)
Authors: Nejat, N.; Sijam, K.; Abdullah, S. N. A.; Vadamalai, G.; Dickinson, M.

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Free Content Association of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris’ (16SrI group) with yellows of Achyranthes aspera in India
pp. 390-390(1)
Authors: Raj, S. K.; Snehi, S. K.; Kumar, S.; Pratap, D.; Khan, M. S.

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Free Content Occurrence of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia’ (16SrII group) in cassava and four other species in Uganda
pp. 390-390(1)
Authors: Arocha, Y.; Echodu, R.; Talengera, D.; Muhangi, J.; Rockefeller, E.; Asher, O.; Nakacwa, R.; Serugga, R.; Gumisiriza, G.; Tripathi, J.; Kabuye, D.; Otipa, M.; Vutseme, K.; Lukanda, M.; Boa, E.

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Free Content First report on detection of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia’ (group 16SrII) affecting sapodilla in eastern Cuba
pp. 391-391(1)
Authors: Acosta, K.; Piñol, B.; Acosta, E.; Countín, P.; Arocha, Y.

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Free Content New plant hosts for group 16SrII, ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia’, in India
pp. 391-391(1)
Authors: Arocha, Y.; Singh, A.; Pandey, M.; Tripathi, A. N.; Chandra, B.; Shukla, S. K.; Singh, Y.; Kumar, A.; Srivastava, R. K.; Zaidi, N. W.; Arif, M.; Narwal, S.; Tewari, A. K.; Gupta, M. K.; Nath, P. D.; Rabindran, R.; Khirbat, S. K.; Byadgi, A. S.; Singh, G.; Boa, E.

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Free Content Tussilago farfara: a new natural host of stolbur phytoplasma
pp. 392-392(1)
Authors: Romanazzi, G.; D’Ascenzo, D.; Murolo, S.

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Free Content First report of olive knot caused by Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi in Nepal
pp. 393-393(1)
Authors: Balestra, G. M.; Lamichhane, J. R.; Kshetri, M. B.; Mazzaglia, A.; Varvaro, L.

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Free Content A new threat to UK heathland from Phytophthora kernoviae on Vaccinium myrtillus in the wild
pp. 393-393(1)
Authors: Beales, P. A.; Giltrap, P. G.; Payne, A.; Ingram, N.

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Free Content Phytophthora cactorum causing bleeding canker of common beech, horse chestnut, and white poplar in the Czech Republic
pp. 394-394(1)
Authors: Cerny, K.; Strnadova, V.; Gregorova, B.; Holub, V.; Tomsovsky, M.; Mrazkova, M.; Gabrielova, S.

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Free Content Downy mildew of sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) caused by Peronospora sp. in Argentina
pp. 395-395(1)
Authors: Ronco, L.; Rollán, C.; Choi, Y. J.; Shin, H. D.

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Free Content First report of powdery mildew on Mexican sunflower in India
pp. 396-396(1)
Authors: Baiswar, P.; Kumar, R.; Chandra, S.; Ngachan, S. V.

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Free Content Olivea tectonae, leaf rust of teak, occurs in Cuba
pp. 397-397(1)
Authors: Pérez, M.; López, M. O.; Martí, O.

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Free Content First report of Eutypa lata causing dieback of olive trees in Italy
pp. 398-398(1)
Authors: Tosi, L.; Natalini, G.

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Free Content Brown spot needle blight associated with Mycosphaerella dearnessii occurs on Pinus rotundata in the Czech Republic
pp. 398-398(1)
Authors: Jankovský, L.; Palovčíková, D.; Tomšovský, M.

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Free Content Blueberry blight caused by Bipolaris cynodontis in Argentina
pp. 399-399(1)
Authors: Sisterna, M. N.; Pérez, B. A.; de Sesar, M. Divo; Wright, E. R.

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Free Content Occurrence of Cercospora cantuariensis on hop in Austria and Slovenia
pp. 400-400(1)
Authors: Radisek, S.; Leskosek, G.; Jakse, J.; Javornik, B.

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Free Content First report of pomegranate stem scab caused by Botryosphaeria dothidea in China
pp. 400-400(1)
Authors: Liu, H. X.; Li, X. D.; Zhu, X. P.; Liu, A. X.

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Free Content First report of Fusarium poae on tomato in Argentina
pp. 401-401(1)
Authors: Stenglein, S.; Barreto, D.; Nicholson, P.; Chandler, E.; Brambilla, V.; Piris, E. M.; Saliva, V.; Mitidieri, M.; Salerno, G.

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Free Content Sphenospora kevorkianii on the orchids Epidendrum paniculatum and Stanhopea graveolens newly reported in Argentina
pp. 401-401(1)
Authors: Cúndom, M. A.; Galdeano, E.; Tarragó, J. R.; Flachsland, E.

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Free Content First report of the occurrence of East African cassava mosaic virus-Uganda (EACMV-UG) in Angola
pp. 402-402(1)
Authors: Lava Kumar, P.; Akinbade, S. A.; Dixon, A. G. O.; Mahungu, N. M.; Mutunda, M. P.; Kiala, D.; Londa, L.; Legg, J. P.

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Free Content First report of Banana bunchy top virus in banana and plantain (Musa spp.) in Angola
pp. 402-402(1)
Authors: Lava Kumar, P.; Ayodele, M.; Oben, T. T.; Mahungu, N. M.; Beed, F.; Coyne, D.; Londa, L.; Mutunda, M. P.; Kiala, D.; Maruthi, M. N.

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Free Content First report of Tomato leaf curl Joydebpur virus and associated betasatellite in kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus) plants showing leaf curl symptoms from southern India
pp. 403-403(1)
Authors: Paul, S.; Ghosh, R.; Das, S.; Palit, P.; Acharyya, S.; Das, A.; Mir, J. I.; Chaudhuri, S.; Ghosh, S. K.; Roy, A.

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Free Content Begomovirus related to Tomato leaf curl Pakistan virus newly reported in Mentha crops in India
pp. 404-404(1)
Authors: Samad, A.; Gupta, Mahesh K.; Shasany, A. K.; Ajayakumar, P. V.; Alam, M.

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Free Content First finding of Freesia mosaic virus infecting freesia in India
pp. 404-404(1)
Authors: Kumar, Y.; Hallan, V.; Zaidi, A. A.

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Free Content Hosta virus X in Hosta identified in Tennessee, USA
pp. 405-405(1)
Authors: Adedire, O. L.; Wen, R.-H.; Windham, A.; Windham, M.; Hajimorad, M. R.

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Free Content Tobacco streak virus infecting faba bean (Vicia faba) reported for the first time
pp. 406-406(1)
Authors: Ali, M. A.; Winter, S.; Dafalla, G. A.

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Free Content First report of Iris yellow spot virus on Allium cepa in New Zealand
pp. 406-406(1)
Authors: Ward, L. I.; Perez-Egusquiza, Z.; Fletcher, J. D.; Ochoa Corona, F. M.; Tang, J. Z.; Liefting, L. W.; Martin, E. J.; Quinn, B. D.; Pappu, H. R.; Clover, G. R. G.

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Free Content Basil (Ocimum basilicum), a new host of Pepino mosaic virus
pp. 407-407(1)
Authors: Davino, S.; Accotto, G. P.; Masenga, V.; Torta, L.; Davino, M.

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Free Content First report of Shallot virus X in shallot in New Zealand
pp. 407-407(1)
Authors: Perez-Egusquiza, Z.; Ward, L. I.; Clover, G. R. G.; Fletcher, J. D.; van der Vlugt, R. A. A.

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