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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 62, Number 5, 1 October 2013

Free Content Fertilization affects severity of disease caused by fungal plant pathogens
pp. 961-969(9)
Authors: Veresoglou, S. D.; Barto, E. K.; Menexes, G.; Rillig, M. C.

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Free Content Components of quantitative resistance to leaf rust in wheat cultivars: diversity, variability and specificity
pp. 970-981(12)
Authors: Azzimonti, G.; Lannou, C.; Sache, I.; Goyeau, H.

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Free Content Barley lesion mimics, supersusceptible or highly resistant to leaf rust and net blotch
pp. 982-992(11)
Authors: Wright, S. A. I.; Azarang, M.; Falk, A. B.

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Free Content The wheat stem rust pathogen in the central region of the Russian Federation
pp. 1003-1010(8)
Authors: Skolotneva, E. S.; Lekomtseva, S. N.; Kosman, E.

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Free Content Protective effects of a wheat cultivar mixture against splash‐dispersed septoria tritici blotch epidemics
pp. 1011-1019(9)
Authors: Gigot, C.; Saint‐Jean, S.; Huber, L.; Maumené, C.; Leconte, M.; Kerhornou, B.; Vallavieille‐Pope, C.

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Free Content Control of Microdochium majus in winter wheat with botanicals – from laboratory to the field
pp. 1020-1029(10)
Authors: Vogelgsang, S.; Bänziger, I.; Krebs, H.; Legro, R. J.; Sanchez‐Sava, V.; Forrer, H.‐R.

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Free Content Investigation of rice blast development in susceptible and resistant rice cultivars using a gfp‐expressing Magnaporthe oryzae isolate
pp. 1030-1037(8)
Authors: Campos‐Soriano, L.; Valè, G.; Lupotto, E.; San Segundo, B.

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Free Content Lack of host specificity of Colletotrichum spp. isolates associated with anthracnose symptoms on mango in Brazil
pp. 1038-1047(10)
Authors: Souza, A.; Delphino Carboni, R. C.; Wickert, E.; Macedo Lemos, E. G.; Goes, A.

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Free Content Induction of resistance to Phytophthora sojae in soyabean (Glycine max) by salicylic acid and ethylene
pp. 1048-1056(9)
Authors: Sugano, S.; Sugimoto, T.; Takatsuji, H.; Jiang, C.‐J.

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Free Content Phytophthora diversity and the population structure of Phytophthora ramorum in Swiss ornamental nurseries
pp. 1063-1071(9)
Authors: Prospero, S.; Vercauteren, A.; Heungens, K.; Belbahri, L.; Rigling, D.

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Free Content Influence of genetic background and plant age on expression of the potato late blight resistance gene Rpi‐phu1 during incompatible interactions with Phytophthora infestans
pp. 1072-1080(9)
Authors: Śliwka, J.; Świątek, M.; Tomczyńska, I.; Stefańczyk, E.; Chmielarz, M.; Zimnoch‐Guzowska, E.

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Free Content Large subclonal variation in Phytophthora infestans populations associated with Ecuadorian potato landraces
pp. 1081-1088(8)
Authors: Delgado, R. A.; Monteros‐Altamirano, A. R.; Li, Y.; Visser, R. G. F.; Lee, T. A. J.; Vosman, B.

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Free Content Spongospora subterranea root infection assessed in two potato cultivars differing in susceptibility to tuber powdery scab
pp. 1089-1096(8)
Authors: Hernandez Maldonado, M. L.; Falloon, R. E.; Butler, R. C.; Conner, A. J.; Bulman, S. R.

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Free Content Characterization of Dickeya strains isolated from potato grown under hot‐climate conditions
pp. 1097-1105(9)
Authors: Tsror (Lahkim), L.; Ben‐Daniel, B.; Chalupowicz, L.; Wolf, J.; Lebiush, S.; Erlich, O.; Dror, O.; Barel, V.; Nijhuis, E.; Manulis‐Sasson, S.

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Free Content Economic justification for quarantine status – the case study of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum’ in the European Union
pp. 1106-1113(8)
Authors: Soliman, T.; Mourits, M. C. M.; Oude Lansink, A. G. J. M.; Werf, W.

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Free Content Effects of plant age on disease development and virulence of Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis on tomato
pp. 1114-1122(9)
Authors: Sharabani, G.; Shtienberg, D.; Borenstein, M.; Shulhani, R.; Lofthouse, M.; Sofer, M.; Chalupowicz, L.; Barel, V.; Manulis‐Sasson, S.

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Free Content Xanthomonas arboricola pv. fragariae: what's in a name?
pp. 1123-1131(9)
Authors: Vandroemme, J.; Cottyn, B.; Pothier, J. F.; Pflüger, V.; Duffy, B.; Maes, M.

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Free Content Panel of real‐time PCRs for the multiplexed detection of two tomato‐infecting begomoviruses and their cognate whitefly vector species
pp. 1132-1146(15)
Authors: Brunschot, S. L.; Gambley, C. F.; Barro, P. J.; Grams, R.; Thomas, J. E.; Henderson, J.; Drenth, A.; Geering, A. D. W.

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Free Content Fast real‐time detection of Potato spindle tuber viroid by RT‐LAMP
pp. 1147-1156(10)
Authors: Lenarčič, R.; Morisset, D.; Mehle, N.; Ravnikar, M.

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Free Content Occurrence of Potato virus Y strain PVYNTN in foundation seed potatoes in Japan, and screening for symptoms in Japanese potato cultivars
pp. 1157-1165(9)
Authors: Chikh Ali, M.; Karasev, A. V.; Furutani, N.; Taniguchi, M.; Kano, Y.; Sato, M.; Natsuaki, T.; Maoka, T.

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Free Content Spatial and temporal dynamics of Meloidogyne minor on creeping bentgrass in golf greens
pp. 1166-1172(7)
Authors: Morris, K.; Horgan, F. G.; Griffin, C. T.

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Free Content New sources of resistance to Meloidogyne incognita race 3 in wild cotton accessions and histological characterization of the defence mechanisms
pp. 1173-1183(11)
Authors: Mota, F. C.; Alves, G. C. S.; Giband, M.; Gomes, A. C. M. M.; Sousa, F. R.; Mattos, V. S.; Barbosa, V. H. S.; Barroso, P. A. V.; Nicole, M.; Peixoto, J. R.; Rocha, M. R.; Carneiro, R. M. D. G.

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