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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 60, Number 5, 1 October 2011

Free Content Spore traps need improvement to fulfil plant biosecurity requirements
pp. 801-810(10)
Authors: Jackson, S. L.; Bayliss, K. L.

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Free Content Direct evidence of surface infestation of seeds and tubers by
pp. 811-819(9)
Authors: Rennie, D. C.; Manolii, V. P.; Cao, T.; Hwang, S. F.; Howard, R. J.; Strelkov, S. E.

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Free Content Influence of cultivar resistance and inoculum density on root hair infection of canola (
pp. 820-829(10)
Authors: Hwang, S. F.; Ahmed, H. U.; Zhou, Q.; Strelkov, S. E.; Gossen, B. D.; Peng, G.; Turnbull, G. D.

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Free Content Effect of temperature on primary infection by
pp. 830-838(9)
Authors: Sharma, K.; Gossen, B. D.; McDonald, M. R.

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Free Content Characterization of the rust resistance gene present in the common bean cultivar Ouro Negro, the main rust resistance source used in Brazil
pp. 839-845(7)
Authors: de Souza, T. L. P. O.; Dessaune, S. N.; Sanglard, D. A.; Moreira, M. A.; de Barros, E. G.

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Free Content Resistance to powdery mildew (
pp. 846-856(11)
Authors: Sánchez‐Martín, J.; Rubiales, D.; Prats, E.

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Free Content Development and application of new molecular markers for analysis of genetic diversity in
pp. 866-877(12)
Authors: Berbegal, M.; Garzón, C. D.; Ortega, A.; Armengol, J.; Jiménez‐Díaz, R. M.; Jiménez‐Gasco, M. M.

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Free Content Relative importance of different types of inoculum to the establishment of
pp. 878-889(12)
Authors: Suffert, F.; Sache, I.

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Free Content Effects of temperature, water regime and irrigation system on the release of ascospores of
pp. 890-908(19)
Authors: Vicent, A.; Bassimba, D. D. M.; Intrigliolo, D. S.

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Free Content Phylogenetic and morphological identification of
pp. 899-908(10)
Authors: Silva‐Rojas, H. V.; Ávila‐Quezada, G. D.

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Free Content Trichothecene genotypes of
pp. 909-917(9)
Authors: Schmale, D. G.; Wood‐Jones, A. K.; Cowger, C.; Bergstrom, G. C.; Arellano, C.

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Free Content Proteome analysis of
pp. 918-928(11)
Authors: Eggert, K.; Zörb, C.; Mühling, K. H.; Pawelzik, E.

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Free Content ‐mediated transformation of the barley pathogen
pp. 929-937(9)
Authors: Thirugnanasambandam, A.; Wright, K. M.; Havis, N.; Whisson, S. C.; Newton, A. C.

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Free Content Tracking
pp. 938-945(8)
Authors: Widmark, A.‐K.; Andersson, B.; Sandström, M.; Yuen, J. E.

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Free Content A simple detached leaf assay provides rapid and inexpensive determination of pathogenicity of
pp. 946-956(11)
Authors: Pettitt, T. R.; Wainwright, M. F.; Wakeham, A. J.; White, J. G.

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Free Content Biological and genetic characterization of
pp. 957-966(10)
Authors: Meng, Q. X.; Cui, X. L.; Bi, Y.; Wang, Q.; Hao, J. J.; Liu, X. L.

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Free Content Resistance to
pp. 967-976(10)
Authors: Gil, M.; Esteban, O.; García, J. A.; Peña, L.; Cambra, M.

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Free Content Unstable green fluorescent protein for study of
pp. 977-985(9)
Authors: Cubero, J.; Gell, I.; Johnson, E. G.; Redondo, A.; Graham, J. H.

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Free Content Distribution of canker lesions on the surface of diseased grapefruit
pp. 986-991(6)
Authors: Bock, C. H.; Gottwald, T. R.; Parker, P. E.

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Free Content The yam nematode (
pp. 992-997(6)
Authors: Coyne, D. L.; Akpheokhai, L. I.; Adeniran, A. F.

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Free Content Soil Microbiology and Sustainable Crop Production
pp. 998-998(1)
Author: Thwaites, Richard

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