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Volume 58, Number 6, December 2009

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Free Content Evaluation of a predictive model for Mycosphaerella graminicola for economic and environmental benefits
pp. 1001-1009(9)
Authors: te Beest, D. E.; Shaw, M. W.; Paveley, N. D.; van den Bosch, F.

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Free Content Modelling the effect of cuticular crack surface area and inoculum density on the probability of nectarine fruit infection by Monilinia laxa
pp. 1021-1031(11)
Authors: Gibert, C.; Chadœuf, J.; Nicot, P.; Vercambre, G.; Génard, M.; Lescourret, F.

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Free Content Specific resistance to soybean stem canker conferred by the Rdm4 locus
pp. 1032-1038(7)
Authors: Chiesa, M. A.; Pioli, R. N.; Morandi, E. N.

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Free Content Relationship between wheat rust resistance genes Yr1 and Sr48 and a microsatellite marker
pp. 1039-1043(5)
Authors: Bansal, U. K.; Hayden, M. J.; Keller, B.; Wellings, C. R.; Park, R. F.; Bariana, H. S.

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Free Content The Leptosphaeria maculans – Leptosphaeria biglobosa species complex in the American continent
pp. 1044-1058(15)
Authors: Dilmaghani, A.; Balesdent, M. H.; Didier, J. P.; Wu, C.; Davey, J.; Barbetti, M. J.; Li, Hua; Moreno-Rico, O.; Phillips, D.; Despeghel, J. P.; Vincenot, L.; Gout, L.; Rouxel, T.

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Free Content Characterization and origin of infection of Rhizoctonia solani associated with Brassica oleracea crops in the UK
pp. 1059-1070(12)
Authors: Budge, G. E.; Shaw, M. W.; Lambourne, C.; Jennings, P.; Clayburn, R.; Boonham, N.; McPherson, M.

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Free Content Molecular tools to investigate Rhizoctonia solani distribution in soil
pp. 1071-1080(10)
Authors: Budge, G. E.; Shaw, M. W.; Colyer, A.; Pietravalle, S.; Boonham, N.

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Free Content PCR detection of Pseudoperonospora humuli in air samples from hop yards
pp. 1081-1091(11)
Authors: Gent, D. H.; Nelson, M. E.; Farnsworth, J. L.; Grove, G. G.

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Free Content Role of oospores as primary inoculum for epidemics of downy mildew caused by Peronospora arborescens in opium poppy crops in Spain
pp. 1092-1103(12)
Authors: Montes-Borrego, M.; Landa, B. B.; Navas-Cortés, J. A.; Muñoz-Ledesma, F. J.; Jiménez-Díaz, R. M.

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Free Content Canopy-microclimate effects on the antagonism between Trichoderma stromaticum and Moniliophthora perniciosa in shaded cacao
pp. 1104-1115(12)
Authors: Loguercio, L. L.; Santos, L. S.; Niella, G. R.; Miranda, R. A. C.; de Souza, J. T.; Collins, R. T.; Pomella, A.W.V.

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Free Content The North American cranberry fruit rot fungal community: a systematic overview using morphological and phylogenetic affinities
pp. 1116-1127(12)
Authors: Polashock, J. J.; Caruso, F. L.; Oudemans, P. V.; McManus, P. S.; Crouch, J. A.

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Free Content Comparison of three diagrammatic keys for the quantification of late blight in tomato leaves
pp. 1128-1133(6)
Authors: Corrêa, F. M.; Bueno Filho, J. S. S.; Carmo, M. G. F.

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Free Content Occurrence of Corynespora cassiicola isolates resistant to boscalid on cucumber in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
pp. 1144-1151(8)
Authors: Miyamoto, T.; Ishii, H.; Seko, T.; Kobori, S.; Tomita, Y.

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Free Content Phytoplasmas associated with disease of coconut in Malaysia: phylogenetic groups and host plant species
pp. 1152-1160(9)
Authors: Nejat, N.; Sijam, K.; Abdullah, S. N. A.; Vadamalai, G.; Dickinson, M.

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Free Content Studies on the host range of the barley strain of Wheat dwarf virus using an agroinfectious viral clone
pp. 1161-1169(9)
Authors: Ramsell, J. N. E.; Boulton, M. I.; Martin, D. P.; Valkonen, J. P. T.; Kvarnheden, A.

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Free Content First report of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris’ (16SrI group) associated with colour-breaking and malformation of floral spikes of gladiolus in India
pp. 1170-1170(1)
Authors: Raj, S. K.; Snehi, S. K.; Kumar, S.; Banerji, B. K.; Dwivedi, A. K.; Roy, R. K.; Goel, A. K.

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Free Content First report of Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi causing olive knot in Syria
pp. 1170-1170(1)
Authors: Alabdalla, N.; Valentini, F.; Moretti, C.; Essa, S.; Buonaurio, R.; Abu-Ghorra, M.

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Free Content First report of Erwinia aphidicola from Phaseolus vulgaris and Pisum sativum in Spain
pp. 1171-1171(1)
Authors: Santos, M.; Diánez, F.; Miñano, J.; Marín, F.; Martínez, S.; de Cara, M.; Tello, J. C.

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Free Content First Korean report of downy mildew on Coreopsis lanceolata caused by Plasmopara halstedii
pp. 1171-1171(1)
Authors: Choi, Y. J.; Park, M. J.; Shin, H. D.

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Free Content First report of powdery mildew on Echeveria agavoides in India
pp. 1172-1172(1)
Authors: Baiswar, P.; Takamatsu, S.; Shiroya, Y.; Chandra, S.; Kumar, R.; Ngachan, S. V.

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Free Content First confirmed report of sugarcane common rust (Puccinia melanocephala) in Ethiopia
pp. 1172-1172(1)
Authors: Kelly, P. L.; Reeder, R.; Tafesse, A.

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Free Content Rhizoctonia oryzae-sativae, causal agent of aggregate sheath spot disease of rice, found in Myanmar
pp. 1173-1173(1)
Authors: Aye, S. S.; Myint, Y. Y.; Lwin, T.; Matsumoto, M.

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Free Content Chalara fraxinea causing common ash dieback newly reported in Slovenia
pp. 1173-1173(1)
Authors: Ogris, N.; Hauptman, T.; Jurc, D.

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Free Content Cercosporidium sequoiae isolated from Cupressus lusitanica in Saint Lucia
pp. 1174-1174(1)
Authors: Reeder, R.; Kelly, P. L.; Mathurin, G.

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Free Content Seiridium cardinale newly reported on Cupressus sempervirens in Morocco
pp. 1174-1174(1)
Authors: Danti, R.; Della Rocca, G.; Wahidi, F. El

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Free Content First report of pathogenicity group 2 of Leptosphaeria maculans causing blackleg of oilseed rape in Iran
pp. 1175-1175(1)
Authors: Mirabadi, A. Z.; Rahnama, K.; Esmaailifar, A.

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Free Content First report of Alternaria petroselini on fennel in Italy
pp. 1175-1175(1)
Authors: Infantino, A.; Di Giambattista, G.; Pucci, N.; Pallottini, L.; Poletti, F.; Boccongelli, C.

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Free Content Sclerotium hydrophilum newly reported on rice in Turkey
pp. 1176-1176(1)
Authors: Demirci, E.; Erper, I.; Eken, C.

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Free Content Cylindrocladium black rot caused by Cylindrocladium parasiticum newly reported on peanut in China
pp. 1176-1176(1)
Authors: Pan, R.; Guan, M.; Xu, D.; Gao, X.; Yan, X.; Liao, H.

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