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Volume 58, Number 9, September 2002

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Introduction
pp. 857-857(1)
Author: Holloman, D.W.

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Mechanisms influencing the evolution of resistance to Qo inhibitor fungicides
pp. 859-867(9)
Authors: Gisi, U.; Sierotzki, H.; Cook, A.; McCaffery, A.

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Mechanisms of resistance to fungicides in field strains of Botrytis cinerea
pp. 876-888(13)
Authors: Leroux, P.; Fritz, R.; Debieu, D.; Albertini, C.; Lanen, C.; Bach, J.; Gredt, M.; Chapeland, F.

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Temporal and spatial dynamics of insecticide resistance in Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
pp. 895-907(13)
Authors: Foster, S.P.; Harrington, R.; Dewar, A.M.; Denholm, I.; Devonshire, A.L.

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A non-Mendelian inheritance of resistance to strobilurin fungicides in Ustilago maydis
pp. 908-916(9)
Authors: Ziogas, B.N.; Markoglou, A.N.; Tzima, A.

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Field and laboratory selection of Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande) for resistance to insecticides
pp. 920-927(8)
Authors: Espinosa, P.J.; Bielza, P.; Contreras, J.; Lacasa, A.

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Evaluation of metabolic detoxifying enzyme activities and insecticide resistance in Frankliniella occidentalis
pp. 928-934(7)
Authors: Maymó, A.C.; Cervera, A.; Sarabia, R.; Martínez-Pardo, R.; Garcerá, M.D.

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EU regulatory aspects of resistance risk assessment
pp. 935-938(4)
Authors: Heimbach, U.; Kral, G.; Niemann, P.

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Population changes in Phytophthora infestans in Taiwan associated with the appearance of resistance to metalaxyl
pp. 951-958(8)
Authors: Deahl, K.L.; Cooke, L.R.; Black, L.L.; Wang, T.C.; Perez, F.M.; Moravec, B.C.; Quinn, M.; Jones, R.W.

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Natural variation in baseline data: when do we call a new sample ‘resistant’?
pp. 959-963(5)
Authors: Schaub, L.; Sardy, S.; Capkun, G.

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Establishment of the baseline sensitivity and monitoring response of Papaver rhoeas populations to florasulam
pp. 964-966(3)
Authors: Paterson, E.A.; Shenton, Z.L.; Straszewski, A.E.

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Insecticide resistance in field populations of Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande) in Murcia (south-east Spain)
pp. 967-971(5)
Authors: Espinosa, P.J.; Bielza, P.; Contreras, J.; Lacasa, A.

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Quinoxyfen—resistance management and sensitivity monitoring in wheat: 1995–2000
pp. 972-974(3)
Authors: Bernhard, U.; Leader, A.; Longhurst, C.; Felsenstein, F.G.

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Activity of mesotrione on resistant weeds in maize
pp. 981-984(4)
Authors: Sutton, P.; Richards, C.; Buren, L.; Glasgow, L.

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