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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 58, Number 4, August 2009

Free Content Techniques for the treatment, removal and disposal of host material during programmes for plant pathogen eradication
pp. 621-635(15)
Authors: Sosnowski, M. R.; Fletcher, J. D.; Daly, A. M.; Rodoni, B. C.; Viljanen-Rollinson, S. L. H.

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Free Content Infection and disease development of Quambalaria spp. on Corymbia and Eucalyptus species
pp. 642-654(13)
Authors: Pegg, G. S.; Webb, R. I.; Carnegie, A. J.; Wingfield, M. J.; Drenth, A.

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Free Content Fungicide sensitivity in Swedish isolates of Phaeosphaeria nodorum
pp. 655-664(10)
Authors: Blixt, E.; Djurle, A.; Yuen, J.; Olson, Å.

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Free Content Development of an international standard set of barley differential genotypes for Pyrenophora teres f. teres
pp. 665-676(12)
Authors: Afanasenko, O. S.; Jalli, M.; Pinnschmidt, H. O.; Filatova, O.; Platz, G. J.

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Free Content Aggressiveness of Phytophthora infestans on detached potato leaflets in four Nordic countries
pp. 690-702(13)
Authors: Lehtinen, A.; Andersson, B.; Le, V. H.; Nærstad, R.; Rastas, M.; Ketoja, E.; Hannukkala, A. O.; Hermansen, A.; Nielsen, B. J.; Hansen, J. G.; Yuen, J.

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Free Content Influence of competition and host plant resistance on selection in Phytophthora infestans populations in Michigan, USA and in Northern Ireland
pp. 703-714(12)
Authors: Young, G. K.; Cooke, L. R.; Kirk, W. W.; Tumbalam, P.; Perez, F. M.; Deahl, K. L.

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Free Content Evidence for inbreeding and apomixis in close crosses of Phytophthora capsici
pp. 715-722(8)
Authors: Hurtado-Gonzales, O. P.; Lamour, K. H.

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Free Content Management of phytophthora root rot in radiata pine seedlings
pp. 723-730(8)
Authors: Reglinski, T.; Spiers, T. M.; Dick, M. A.; Taylor, J. T.; Gardner, J.

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Free Content Infection of horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) by Pseudomonas syringae pv. aesculi and its detection by quantitative real-time PCR
pp. 731-744(14)
Authors: Green, S.; Laue, B.; Fossdal, C. G.; A’Hara, S. W.; Cottrell, J. E.

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Free Content Ethnopathology: local knowledge of plant health problems in Bangladesh, Uganda and Bolivia
pp. 773-781(9)
Authors: Bentley, J. W.; Boa, E. R.; Kelly, P.; Harun-Ar-Rashid, M.; Rahman, A. K. M.; Kabeere, F.; Herbas, J.

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Free Content Molecular identification of Maize streak virus reveals the first evidence for a subtype A1 isolate infecting maize in Cameroon
pp. 782-782(1)
Authors: Leke, W. N.; Njualem, D. K.; Nchinda, V. P.; Ngoko, Z.; Zok, S.; Ngeve, J. M.; Brown, J. K.; Kvarnheden, A.

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Free Content Occurrence of East African cassava mosaic virus-Uganda (EACMV-UG) in Burkina Faso
pp. 783-783(1)
Authors: Tiendrébéogo, F.; Lefeuvre, P.; Hoareau, M.; Traoré, V. S. E.; Barro, N.; Reynaud, B.; Traoré, A. S.; Konaté, G.; Traoré, O.; Lett, J.-M.

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Free Content Watermelon mosaic virus reported for the first time in Poland
pp. 783-783(1)
Authors: Borodynko, N.; Hasiów-Jaroszewska, B.; Rymelska, N.; Pospieszny, H.

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Free Content First report of Tobacco ringspot virus on Sophora microphylla, a native tree of New Zealand
pp. 784-784(1)
Authors: Ward, L. I.; Delmiglio, C.; Hill, C. F.; Clover, G. R. G.

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Free Content First report of Barley yellow mosaic virus infecting barley in Poland
pp. 784-784(1)
Authors: Jeżewska, M.; Trzmiel, K.

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Free Content Tobacco yellow crinkle virus, a new bipartite begomovirus infecting tobacco and pepper in Cuba
pp. 785-785(1)
Authors: Fiallo-Olivé, E.; Rivera-Bustamante, R. F.; Martínez-Zubiaur, Y.

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Free Content Tomato yellow leaf distortion virus, a new bipartite begomovirus infecting tomato in Cuba
pp. 785-785(1)
Authors: Fiallo-Olivé, E.; Martínez-Zubiaur, Y.; Rivera-Bustamante, R. F.

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Free Content First report of Pepper mild mottle virus and Tobacco mild green mosaic virus infecting pepper in Panama
pp. 786-786(1)
Authors: Herrera-Vásquez, J. A.; Córdoba-Sellés, M. C.; Cebrián, M. C.; Alfaro-Fernández, A.; Jordá, C.

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Free Content Tobacco mottle leaf curl virus, a new begomovirus infecting tobacco in Cuba
pp. 786-786(1)
Authors: Domínguez, M.; Ramos, P. L.; Sánchez, Y.; Crespo, J.; Andino, V.; Pujol, M.; Borroto, C.

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Free Content Leek yellow stripe virus newly reported in Turkey
pp. 787-787(1)
Authors: Korkmaz, S.; Cevik, B.

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Free Content Identification of Banana streak virus species Goldfinger, Imové, Mysore and Obino l’Ewaï in Musa spp. in Cuba
pp. 787-787(1)
Authors: Javer, E.; Acina-Mambole, I.; Font, C.; Quiala, I.; González, G.; Echemendía, A. L.; Teycheney, P. Y.

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Free Content First report of association of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris’ (16SrI group) with little leaf disease of rose (Rosa alba) in India
pp. 788-788(1)
Authors: Chaturvedi, Y.; Singh, M.; Rao, G. P.; Snehi, S. K.; Raj, S. K.

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Free Content First report of a ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris’-related strain associated with a yellows disease of black pepper (Piper nigrum) in India
pp. 789-789(1)
Authors: Adkar-Purushothama, C. R.; Casati, P.; Quaglino, F.; Durante, G.; Bianco, P. A.

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Free Content Phytoplasma associated with a witches’ broom disease of Gleditsia sinensis (Fabaceae) newly reported in China
pp. 790-790(1)
Authors: Min, H.; Li, Z. N.; Wu, Y. F.; Hu, S. B.; Zhang, C. P.; Wu, K. K.

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Free Content Occurrence of an aster yellows (16SrI) group phytoplasma associated with a leaf roll disease of shinyleaf yellowhorn in China
pp. 790-790(1)
Authors: Zhang, C. P.; Wu, K. K.; Li, Z. N.; Zhang, J.; Wang, W. L.; Wu, Y. F.

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Free Content First report of 16SrII ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia’ infecting chilli and tamarillo in Indonesia
pp. 791-791(1)
Authors: Harling, R.; Arocha, Y.; Harju, V.; Tobing, C.; Boa, E.; Kelly, P.; Reeder, R.

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Free Content First report of a phytoplasma-associated lethal decline of Sabal palmetto in Florida, USA
pp. 792-792(1)
Authors: Harrison, N. A.; Helmick, E. E.; Elliott, M. L.

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Free Content First report of a phytoplasma associated with an oilseed rape disease in Greece
pp. 792-792(1)
Authors: Maliogka, V. I.; Tsialtas, J. T.; Papantoniou, A.; Efthimiou, K.; Katis, N. I.

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Free Content First report of citrus huanglongbing disease on orange in Iran
pp. 793-793(1)
Authors: Faghihi, M. M.; Salehi, M.; Bagheri, A.; Izadpanah, K.

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Free Content First report of phytoplasmas affecting organoponic crops in central and eastern Cuba
pp. 793-793(1)
Authors: Arocha, Y.; Piñol, B.; Almeida, R.; Acosta, K.; Quiñones, M.; Zayas, T.; Varela, M.; Marrero, Y.; Boa, E.; Lucas, J. A.

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Free Content First report of bacterial soft rot on potato caused by Dickeya sp. (syn. Erwinia chrysanthemi) in Poland
pp. 794-794(1)
Authors: Sławiak, M.; Łojkowska, E.; van der Wolf, J. M.

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Free Content First report of Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicus causing bacterial ring rot of potato in Turkey
pp. 794-794(1)
Authors: Altundağ, Š.; Karahan, A.; Kılınç, A. O.; Özakman, M.

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Free Content Xanthomonas hortorum pathogenic on Artemisia annua newly reported in Uganda
pp. 795-795(1)
Authors: Ssekiwoko, F.; Mulumba, J. W.; Carter, B. A.; Stanford, H.; Parkinson, N.; Kelly, P.; Smith, J. J.

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Free Content Rathayibacter iranicus isolated from symptomless wheat seeds in Turkey
pp. 796-796(1)
Authors: Postnikova, E.; Agarkova, I.; Altundag, S.; Eskandari, F.; Sechler, A.; Karahan, A.; Vidaver, A. K.; Schneider, W.; Ozakman, M.; Schaad, N. W.

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Free Content Diplodia pinea is a new pathogen on Austrian pine (Pinus nigra) in Estonia
pp. 797-797(1)
Authors: Hanso, M.; Drenkhan, R.

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Free Content First report of Phomopsis longicolla causing soybean stem blight in China
pp. 799-799(1)
Authors: Cui, Y.-L.; Duan, C.-X.; Wang, X.-M.; Li, H.-J.; Zhu, Z.-D.

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Free Content Stem rot of rice caused by Sclerotium hydrophilum isolated in Myanmar
pp. 799-799(1)
Authors: Aye, S. S.; Myint, Y. Y.; Lwin, T.; Matsumoto, M.

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Free Content Superelongation disease, caused by Elsinoe brasiliensis, confirmed on cassava in Trinidad and Tobago
pp. 800-800(1)
Authors: Reeder, R.; Kelly, P. L.; St. Hill, A. A.; Ramnarine, K.

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Free Content First report of leaf spot of Smilax china caused by Alternaria longipes in China
pp. 800-800(1)
Authors: Long, Y.; Hsiang, T.; Huang, J.

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Free Content Neofusicoccum parvum causes a lethal dieback of Syzygium paniculatum in Florida
pp. 801-801(1)
Authors: Ploetz, R. C.; Pérez-Martínez, J. M.; Palmateer, A. J.; Cating, R.

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Free Content First Croatian report of powdery mildew on tomato caused by Oidium neolycopersici
pp. 802-802(1)
Authors: Ivic, D.; Milicevic, T.; Cvjetkovic, B.

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Free Content Occurrence of scab disease of pecan caused by Cladosporium caryigenum in Argentina
pp. 802-802(1)
Authors: Mantz, G.; Maiale, S.; Rollán, C.; Ronco, L.

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Free Content First report of Albugo trianthemae on Delosperma and Lampranthus in the UK
pp. 803-803(1)
Authors: Henricot, B.; Denton, G.; Denton, J.; Scrace, J.; Spooner, B.

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Free Content Pseudocercospora cladosporioides, the cause of leaf spot on olive, a pathogen new to the United Kingdom
pp. 803-803(1)
Authors: Henricot, B.; Gorton, C.; Denton, J.; Denton, G.

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Free Content First report of Phytophthora nicotianae causing black shank of Schizonepeta tenuifolia in China
pp. 804-804(1)
Authors: Zhang, Z.; Cao, L.; Yang, C.-M.; Wei, J.-H.

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Free Content First report of Phytophthora ramorum on Rhododendron sp. in Serbia
pp. 804-804(1)
Authors: Bulajić, A.; Jović, J.; Krnjajić, S.; Djekić, I.; Krstić, B.

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