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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 59, Number 4, August 2010

Free Content Phytophthora lateralis discovered in an old growth Chamaecyparis forest in Taiwan
pp. 595-603(9)
Authors: Brasier, C. M.; Vettraino, A. M.; Chang, T. T.; Vannini, A.

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Free Content Phytophthora andina sp. nov., a newly identified heterothallic pathogen of solanaceous hosts in the Andean highlands
pp. 613-625(13)
Authors: Oliva, R. F.; Kroon, L. P. N. M.; Chacón, G.; Flier, W. G.; Ristaino, J. B.; Forbes, G. A.

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Free Content Restriction of potato and tomato late blight development by sub-phytotoxic concentrations of boron
pp. 626-633(8)
Authors: Frenkel, O.; Yermiyahu, U.; Forbes, G. A.; Fry, W. E.; Shtienberg, D.

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Free Content High resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in transgenic soybean plants transformed to express an oxalate decarboxylase gene
pp. 654-660(7)
Authors: Cunha, W. G.; Tinoco, M. L. P.; Pancoti, H. L.; Ribeiro, R. E.; Aragão, F. J. L.

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Free Content Correlation of in planta endo-beta-1,4-xylanase activity with the necrotrophic phase of the hemibiotrophic fungus Mycosphaerella graminicola
pp. 661-670(10)
Authors: Siah, A.; Deweer, C.; Duyme, F.; Sanssené, J.; Durand, R.; Halama, P.; Reignault, P.

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Free Content Spatial variability of fusarium head blight pathogens and associated mycotoxins in wheat crops
pp. 671-682(12)
Authors: Oerke, E.-C.; Meier, A.; Dehne, H.-W.; Sulyok, M.; Krska, R.; Steiner, U.

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Free Content Relative importance of seed-tuber and soilborne inoculum in causing black dot disease of potato
pp. 693-702(10)
Authors: Lees, A. K.; Brierley, J. L.; Stewart, J. A.; Hilton, A. J.; Wale, S. J.; Gladders, P.; Bradshaw, N. J.; Peters, J. C.

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Free Content Erysiphe trifolii– a newly recognized powdery mildew pathogen of pea
pp. 712-720(9)
Authors: Attanayake, R. N.; Glawe, D. A.; McPhee, K. E.; Dugan, F. M.; Chen, W.

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Free Content Genetic diversity and interfertility among highly differentiated populations of Ceratocystis fimbriata in Brazil
pp. 721-735(15)
Authors: Ferreira, E. M.; Harrington, T. C.; Thorpe, D. J.; Alfenas, A. C.

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Free Content A standard set of host differentials and unified nomenclature for an international collection of Diplocarpon rosae races
pp. 745-752(8)
Authors: Whitaker, V. M.; Debener, T.; Roberts, A. V.; Hokanson, S. C.

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Free Content Development of a simplified NASBA protocol for detecting viable cells of the citrus pathogen Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri under different treatments
pp. 764-772(9)
Authors: Scuderi, G.; Golmohammadi, M.; Cubero, J.; López, M. M.; Cirvilleri, G.; Llop, P.

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Free Content Biological and molecular diagnosis of seedborne viruses in cowpea germplasm of geographically diverse sub-Saharan origins
pp. 773-784(12)
Authors: Salem, N. M.; Ehlers, J. D.; Roberts, P. A.; Ng, J. C. K.

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Free Content Molecular variability of Spanish and Hungarian isolates of Tomato torrado virus
pp. 785-793(9)
Authors: Alfaro-Fernández, A.; Cebrián, M. C.; Herrera-Vásquez, J. A.; Córdoba-Sellés, M. C.; Sánchez-Navarro, J. A.; Jordá, C.

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Free Content Cotton leaf curl Multan virus newly reported to be associated with cotton leaf curl disease in China
pp. 794-795(2)
Authors: Cai, J. H.; Xie, K.; Lin, L.; Qin, B. X.; Chen, B. S.; Meng, J. R.; Liu, Y. L.

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Free Content Columnea latent viroid (CLVd): first report in tomato in France
pp. 794-794(1)
Authors: Steyer, S.; Olivier, T.; Skelton, A.; Nixon, T.; Hobden, E.

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Free Content First report of tobacco as a natural host of Euphorbia mosaic virus in Cuba
pp. 795-795(1)
Authors: Fiallo-Olivé, E.; Rivera-Bustamante, R. F.; Martínez-Zubiaur, Y.

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Free Content Occurrence of Pseudomonas mediterranea on tomato in Brazil
pp. 797-797(1)
Authors: Rodrigues, L. M. R.; Destéfano, S. A. L.; Beriam, L. O. S.; Rodrigues-Neto, J.

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Free Content Acidovorax avenae subsp. citrulli newly reported to cause bacterial fruit blotch of watermelon in Greece
pp. 797-797(1)
Authors: Holeva, M. C.; Karafla, C. D.; Glynos, P. E.; Alivizatos, A. S.

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Free Content Phytophthora alni on Alnus glutinosa reported for the first time in Spain
pp. 798-798(1)
Authors: Solla, A.; Pérez-Sierra, A.; Corcobado, T.; Haque, M. M.; Diez, J. J.; Jung, T.

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Free Content Phytophthora cryptogea causing ink disease of Castanea sativa newly reported in Greece
pp. 799-799(1)
Authors: Perlerou, C.; Tziros, G.; Vettraino, A. M.; Diamandis, S.

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Free Content Downy mildew outbreak on parsley caused by Plasmopara petroselini in Turkey
pp. 799-799(1)
Authors: Soylu, S.; Soylu, E. M.; Kurt, Ş.

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Free Content First report of Peronospora sp. on sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) in Cuba
pp. 800-800(1)
Authors: Martínez de la Parte, E.; Pérez-Vicente, L.; Bernal, B.; García, D.

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Free Content First report of Plasmopara obducens (downy mildew) on Impatiens walleriana in Norway
pp. 800-800(1)
Authors: Toppe, B.; Brurberg, M. B.; Stensvand, A.; Herrero, M. L.

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Free Content First report in Korea of powdery mildew of Matricaria chamomilla caused by Golovinomyces cichoracearum
pp. 801-801(1)
Authors: Park, M. J.; Choi, Y. J.; Han, J. G.; Shin, H. D.

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Free Content Peronospora belbahrii causing downy mildew disease on Agastache in the UK: a new host and location for the pathogen
pp. 801-801(1)
Authors: Henricot, B.; Denton, J.; Scrace, J.; Barnes, A. V.; Lane, C. R.

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Free Content First report of anamorphic Podosphaera on Gerbera jamesonii in India
pp. 802-802(1)
Authors: Baiswar, P.; Chandra, S.; Kumar, R.; Ngachan, S. V.

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Free Content First confirmed report of the leaf rust Puccinia dichondrae on Dichondra repens in Italy
pp. 802-802(1)
Authors: Sarrocco, S.; Vergara, M.; Vannacci, G.

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Free Content First report of Puccinia longicornis on Phyllostachys aurea in the UK
pp. 803-803(1)
Authors: Lane, C. R.; Barnes, A. V.; Beales, P. A.; Whittaker, R.; Gaunt, A.

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Free Content First report of Asian rust of soybean caused by Phakopsora pachyrhizi in Cuba
pp. 803-803(1)
Authors: Pérez-Vicente, L.; Martínez-de la Parte, E.; Pérez-Miranda, M.; Martín-Triana, E. L.; Borrás-Hidalgo, O.; Hernández-Estévez, I.

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Free Content Streptomyces turgidiscabies and S. acidiscabies: two new causal agents of common scab of potato (Solanum tuberosum) in the UK
pp. 804-804(1)
Authors: Thwaites, R.; Wale, S. J.; Nelson, D.; Munday, D.; Elphinstone, J. G.

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Free Content Definitive identification of orange rust of sugarcane caused by Puccinia kuehnii in Cuba
pp. 804-804(1)
Authors: Pérez-Vicente, L.; Martín-Triana, E. L.; Barroso, F.; Martínez-de la Parte, E.; Borrás-Hidalgo, O.; Hernández Estévez, I.

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Free Content First report of Diplodia corticola in Greece on kermes oak (Quercus coccifera)
pp. 805-805(1)
Authors: Tsopelas, P.; Slippers, B.; Gonou-Zagou, Z.; Wingfield, M. J.

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Free Content First report of the Dutch elm disease pathogens Ophiostoma ulmi and O. novo-ulmi in Japan
pp. 805-805(1)
Authors: Masuya, H.; Brasier, C.; Ichihara, Y.; Kubono, T.; Kanzaki, N.

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Free Content First report of Chrysoporthe cubensis from Eucalyptus in Ghana
pp. 806-806(1)
Authors: Roux, J.; Apetorgbor, M.

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Free Content First report of Inonotus rickii causing canker and decay on Hevea brasiliensis in China
pp. 806-806(1)
Authors: Dai, Y. C.; D’Amico, L.; Motta, E.; Annesi, T.

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Free Content First report of Embellisia allii causing skin blotch or bulb canker of onion from India
pp. 807-807(1)
Authors: Mishra, R. K.; Sharma, P.; Singh, S.; Gupta, R. P.

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Free Content Mycosphaerella dearnessii occurs in Slovenia
pp. 808-808(1)
Authors: Jurc, D.; Jurc, M.

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Free Content First report of Colletotrichum acutatum and C. gloeosporioides causing anthracnose diseases on strawberry in Egypt
pp. 808-808(1)
Authors: Embaby, E. M.; Ragab, M. E.; Doug Doug, Kh. A. Al.; Ahmed, R.; Zveibil, A.; Maymon, M.; Freeman, S.

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