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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 62, Number 6, 1 December 2013

Free Content Spatial connectedness of plant species: potential links for apparent competition via plant diseases
pp. 1195-1204(10)
Authors: Cox, C. M.; Bockus, W. W.; Holt, R. D.; Fang, L.; Garrett, K. A.

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Free Content The spatiotemporal spread of esca disease in a Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard: a statistical analysis of field data
pp. 1205-1213(9)
Authors: Zanzotto, A.; Gardiman, M.; Serra, S.; Bellotto, D.; Bruno, F.; Greco, F.; Trivisano, C.

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Free Content Virulence affected by assay parameters during grapevine pathogenicity studies with Botryosphaeriaceae nursery isolates
pp. 1214-1225(12)
Authors: Billones‐Baaijens, R.; Jones, E. E.; Ridgway, H. J.; Jaspers, M. V.

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Free Content Co‐infection by Botryosphaeriaceae and Ilyonectria spp. fungi during propagation causes decline of young grafted grapevines
pp. 1226-1237(12)
Authors: Whitelaw‐Weckert, M. A.; Rahman, L.; Appleby, L. M.; Hall, A.; Clark, A. C.; Waite, H.; Hardie, W. J.

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Free Content The effect of environmental factors on infection of blueberry fruit by Colletotrichum acutatum
pp. 1238-1247(10)
Authors: Miles, T. D.; Gillett, J. M.; Jarosz, A. M.; Schilder, A. M. C.

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Free Content A new anthracnose disease of pyrethrum caused by Colletotrichum tanaceti sp. nov
pp. 1248-1257(10)
Authors: Barimani, M.; Pethybridge, S. J.; Vaghefi, N.; Hay, F. S.; Taylor, P. W. J.

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Free Content The ethylene receptor ETR1 is required for Fusarium oxysporum pathogenicity
pp. 1302-1309(8)
Authors: Pantelides, I. S.; Tjamos, S. E.; Pappa, S.; Kargakis, M.; Paplomatas, E. J.

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Free Content Ordinal regression models for predicting deoxynivalenol in winter wheat
pp. 1319-1329(11)
Authors: Landschoot, S.; Waegeman, W.; Audenaert, K.; Haesaert, G.; Baets, B.

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Free Content Effect of flooding on the survival of Leptosphaeria spp. in canola stubble
pp. 1350-1356(7)
Authors: Peluola, C.; Fernando, W. G. D.; Huvenaars, C.; Kutcher, H. R.; Lahlali, R.; Peng, G.

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Free Content Characterization and host range of five tumorigenic Agrobacterium tumefaciens strains and possible application in plant transient transformation assays
pp. 1384-1397(14)
Authors: Hwang, H.‐H.; Wu, E. T.; Liu, S.‐Y.; Chang, S.‐C.; Tzeng, K.‐C.; Kado, C. I.

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Free Content Susceptibility evaluation of Picea abies and Cupressus lusitanica to the pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus)
pp. 1398-1406(9)
Authors: Nunes da Silva, M.; Lima, M. R. M.; Vasconcelos, M. W.

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Free Content Analysis of Iris yellow spot virus replication in vector and non‐vector thrips species
pp. 1407-1414(8)
Authors: Birithia, R.; Subramanian, S.; Pappu, H. R.; Muthomi, J.; Narla, R. D.

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Free Content Cucumber mosaic virus populations in Tunisian pepper crops are mainly composed of virus reassortants with resistance‐breaking properties
pp. 1415-1428(14)
Authors: Ben Tamarzizt, H.; Montarry, J.; Girardot, G.; Fakhfakh, H.; Tepfer, M.; Jacquemond, M.

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Free Content A Note from the Editor
pp. 1428-1428(1)
Author: Dickinson, Matt

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