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Volume 59, Number 2, April 2010

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Free Content A novel pair of universal primers for the detection of potyviruses
pp. 211-220(10)
Authors: Zheng, L.; Rodoni, B. C.; Gibbs, M. J.; Gibbs, A. J.

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Free Content Ultrastructural aspects of tomato leaves infected by Tomato torrado virus (ToTV) and co-infected by other viruses
pp. 231-239(9)
Authors: Alfaro-Fernández, A.; Medina, V.; Córdoba-Sellés, M. C.; Font, M. I.; Jornet, J.; Cebrián, M. C.; Jordá, C.

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Free Content Genetic diversity of Melon necrotic spot virus and Olpidium isolates from different origins
pp. 240-251(12)
Authors: Herrera-Vásquez, J. A.; Córdoba-Sellés, M. C.; Cebrián, M. C.; Rosselló, J. A.; Alfaro-Fernández, A.; Jordá, C.

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Free Content Dissemination of Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi populations and subsequent appearance of olive knot disease
pp. 262-269(8)
Authors: Quesada, J. M.; Penyalver, R.; Pérez-Panadés, J.; Salcedo, C. I.; Carbonell, E. A.; López, M. M.

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Free Content Molecular phylogenetic relationships between Albugo candida collections on the Brassicaceae in Australia
pp. 282-288(7)
Authors: Petkowski, J. E.; Cunnington, J. H.; Minchinton, E. J.; Cahill, D. M.

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Free Content Effect of host factors on the susceptibility of Rhododendron to Phytophthora ramorum
pp. 301-312(12)
Authors: De Dobbelaere, I.; Vercauteren, A.; Speybroeck, N.; Berkvens, D.; Van Bockstaele, E.; Maes, M.; Heungens, K.

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Free Content Survival of Pseudoperonospora cubensis sporangia exposed to solar radiation
pp. 313-323(11)
Authors: Kanetis, L.; Holmes, G. J.; Ojiambo, P. S.

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Free Content Role of rainfall in the development of coffee berry disease in Coffea arabica caused by Colletotrichum kahawae, in Cameroon
pp. 324-329(6)
Authors: Mouen Bedimo, J. A.; Bieysse, D.; Nyassé, S.; Nottéghem, J. L.; Cilas, C.

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Free Content A molecular diagnostic for tropical race 4 of the banana fusarium wilt pathogen
pp. 348-357(10)
Authors: Dita, M. A.; Waalwijk, C.; Buddenhagen, I. W.; Souza Jr, M. T.; Kema, G. H. J.

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Free Content Epidemiology of dark leaf spot caused by Alternaria brassicicola and A. brassicae in organic seed production of cauliflower
pp. 358-367(10)
Authors: Köhl, J.; van Tongeren, C. A. M.; Groenenboom-de Haas, B. H.; van Hoof, R. A.; Driessen, R.; van der Heijden, L.

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Free Content Evaluation of different methods for the characterization of carrot resistance to the alternaria leaf blight pathogen (Alternaria dauci) revealed two qualitatively different resistances
pp. 368-375(8)
Authors: Boedo, C.; Berruyer, R.; Lecomte, M.; Bersihand, S.; Briard, M.; Le Clerc, V.; Simoneau, P.; Poupard, P.

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Free Content First report of Potato spindle tuber viroid (PSTVd) in Brugmansia spp., Solanum jasminoides, Solanum muricatum and Petunia spp. in the Czech Republic
pp. 392-392(1)
Authors: Mertelik, J.; Kloudova, K.; Cervena, G.; Necekalova, J.; Mikulkova, H.; Levkanicova, Z.; Dedic, P.; Ptacek, J.

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Free Content Columnea latent viroid (CLVd) in tomato: the first report in the United Kingdom
pp. 392-392(1)
Authors: Nixon, T.; Glover, R.; Mathews-Berry, S.; Daly, M.; Hobden, E.; Lambourne, C.; Harju, V.; Skelton, A.

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Free Content First report of Hop stunt viroid infecting citrus orchards in Jamaica
pp. 393-393(1)
Authors: Bennett, S.; Tennant, P.; McLaughlin, W.

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Free Content Molecular evidence for Apple stem pitting virus infection in India
pp. 393-393(1)
Authors: Dhir, S.; Tomar, M.; Thakur, P. D.; Ram, R.; Hallan, V.; Zaidi, A. A.

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Free Content First report of Carnation mottle virus in Turkey
pp. 394-394(1)
Authors: Cevik, B.; Bakır, T.; Koca, G.

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Free Content First report of a 16SrIII, X-disease phytoplasma affecting tomato plants in Mexico
pp. 395-395(1)
Authors: Tapia-Tussell, R.; Suaste-Dzul, A.; Cortés-Velázquez, A.; Quijano-Ramayo, A.; Martín-Mex, R.; Nexticapan-Garcez, A.; Córdova-Lara, I.; Sáenz-Carbonell, L.; Pérez-Brito, D.

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Free Content First report of a 16SrIII phytoplasma (X-disease group) affecting bell pepper, strawberry (frutilla), Schinus molle and Arracacia xanthorrhiza in Cochabamba, Bolivia
pp. 395-395(1)
Authors: Arocha, Y.; Plata, G.; Franco, J.; Maín, G.; Veramendi, S.; Lazcano, F.; Crespo, J. L.; Lino, V.; Calderón, C.; Llerena, R.; Andrew, R.; Antezana, O.; Gutiérrez, A.; Coca, M.; Boa, E.

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Free Content Occurrence of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia’ (16SrII group) in Bolivia
pp. 396-396(1)
Authors: Arocha, Y.; Plata, G.; Franco, J.; Maín, G; Veramendi, S.; Lazcano, F.; Crespo, J. L.; Lino, V.; Calderón, C.; Llerena, R.; Andrew, R.; Antezana, O.; Gutiérrez, A.; Coca, M.; Boa, E.

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Free Content First report of group 16SrI, ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris’ associated with Mimosa pudica yellows in Indonesia
pp. 397-397(1)
Authors: Boa, E.; Arocha, Y.; Harling, R.; Tobing, C.; Kelly, P.; Reeder, R.

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Free Content First report of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris’ associated with witches’ broom of Crotalaria tetragona in India
pp. 397-397(1)
Authors: Baiswar, P.; Arocha, Y.; Chandra, S.; Ngachan, S. V.

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Free Content Flavescence dorée phytoplasma affecting grapevine (Vitis vinifera) newly reported in Portugal
pp. 398-398(1)
Authors: de Sousa, E.; Casati, P.; Cardoso, F.; Baltazar, C.; Durante, G.; Quaglino, F.; Bianco, P. A.

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Free Content A phytoplasma associated with ‘amachamiento’ disease of dry common bean in Costa Rica
pp. 398-398(1)
Authors: Moreira, L.; Villalobos, W.; Saborío-R., G.; Garita, L.; Castro-Robleda, S.; Romero-Cano, J.; Ramírez, P.; Rivera, C.

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Free Content The phytoplasma disease ‘mung bean phyllody’ is now present in Pakistan
pp. 399-399(1)
Authors: Akhtar, K. P.; Dickinson, M.; Hodgetts, J; Abbas, G.; Asghar, M. J.; Shah, T. M.; Atta, B. M.; Ahmad, M.; Haq, M. A.

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Free Content First report of a 16SrVI ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma trifolii’ isolate infecting Norfolk Island pine (Araucaria heterophylla) in India
pp. 399-399(1)
Authors: Gupta, M. K.; Samad, A.; Shasany, A. K.; Ajayakumar, P. V.; Alam, M.

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Free Content First report of Bacillus pumilus on Phaseolus vulgaris in Spain
pp. 400-400(1)
Authors: Font, M. I.; Bassimba, D. D. M.; Cebrián, M. C.; Molina, L. M.; Jordá, C.

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Free Content First report of a phytoplasma associated with Periploca aphylla witches’ broom in Iran
pp. 400-400(1)
Authors: Faghihi, M. M.; Siampour, M.; Zaeifi, M.; Bagheri, A. N.; Salehi, M.; Samavi, S.

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Free Content Bacterial speck caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato race 0: first report in Nepal
pp. 401-401(1)
Authors: Lamichhane, J. R.; Kshetri, M. B.; Mazzaglia, A.; Varvaro, L.; Balestra, G. M.

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Free Content The first record of Dickeya zeae in the UK
pp. 401-401(1)
Authors: Stead, D. E.; Parkinson, N.; Bew, J.; Hennessy, J.; Wilson, J. K.; Elphinstone, J. G.

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Free Content Identification of Xanthomonas vasicola (formerly X. campestris pv. musacearum), causative organism of banana xanthomonas wilt, in Tanzania, Kenya and Burundi
pp. 403-403(1)
Authors: Carter, B. A.; Reeder, R.; Mgenzi, S. R.; Kinyua, Z. M.; Mbaka, J. N.; Doyle, K.; Nakato, V.; Mwangi, M.; Beed, F.; Aritua, V.; Lewis Ivey, M. L.; Miller, S. A.; Smith, J. J.

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Free Content First report of the quarantine pathogen Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni on apricot and plum in Switzerland
pp. 404-404(1)
Authors: Pothier, J. F.; Pelludat, C.; Bünter, M.; Genini, M.; Vogelsanger, J.; Duffy, B.

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Free Content First report of Streptomyces acidiscabies causing potato scab in China
pp. 405-405(1)
Authors: Zhao, W. Q.; Yu, X. M.; Liu, D. Q.

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Free Content Occurrence of leaf rust of canna in Singapore caused by Puccinia thaliae
pp. 406-406(1)
Authors: Neo, N. W.; Tham, F. Y.

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Free Content A further threat to UK heathland bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) by Phytophthora pseudosyringae
pp. 406-406(1)
Authors: Beales, P. A.; Giltrap, P. M.; Webb, K. M.; Ozolina, A.

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Free Content Phragmidium violaceum newly reported to infect wild blackberries in Turkey
pp. 407-407(1)
Authors: Dervis, S.; Tok, F. M.; Gunduz, K.

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Free Content First Korean report of rosemary powdery mildew caused by Golovinomyces biocellatus
pp. 408-408(1)
Authors: Park, M. J.; Han, J. G.; Shin, H. D.

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Free Content Powdery mildew on Rudbeckia hirta in India
pp. 408-408(1)
Authors: Baiswar, P.; Chandra, S.; Kumar, R.; Ngachan, S. V.

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Free Content First report of Holocryphia eucalypti on Eucalyptus grandis in Uganda
pp. 409-409(1)
Authors: Roux, J.; Nakabonge, G.

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Free Content First confirmed report of tomato powdery mildew caused by Oidium neolycopersici in Korea
pp. 409-409(1)
Authors: Park, M. J.; Jee, H. J.; Kim, J. H.; Shin, H. D.

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Free Content Lasiodiplodia theobromae causes a damaging dieback of cocoa in India
pp. 410-410(1)
Authors: Kannan, C.; Karthik, M.; Priya, K.

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Free Content Chalara fraxinea associated with dieback of narrow-leafed ash (Fraxinus angustifolia)
pp. 411-411(1)
Authors: Kirisits, T.; Matlakova, M.; Mottinger-Kroupa, S.; Halmschlager, E.; Lakatos, F.

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Free Content Dischloridium gloeosporioides on Annona muricata: a new pathogen in Brazil
pp. 411-411(1)
Authors: Halfeld-Vieira, B. A.; Nechet, K. L.

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Free Content First report of Rhizoctonia oryzae isolated from bordered sheath spot of rice in Myanmar
pp. 412-412(1)
Authors: Aye, S. S.; Myint, Y. Y.; Lwin, T.; Matsumoto, M.

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