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BIOLOGICAL, EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR INSIGHTS INTO THRIPS-IRIS YELLOW SPOT TOSPOVIRUS PEST COMPLEX
Iris yellow spot tospovirus (IYSV) (genus Tospovirus, family Bunyaviridae), transmitted by Thrips tabaci L. causes an economically important disease in both onion bulb and seed crop in the USA and other onion-growing regions ...
Mating system and speciation of the citrus brown spot pathogen, Alternaria alternata
High levels of genotypic diversity have been found in several putatively asexual fungi, including as many as 15,000 phytopathogenic fungi. How this level of diversity has arisen and is maintained in putatively asexual ...
INFLUENCE OF CROP VOLUNTEER AND GRASSY WEED GREENBRIDGE ON RHIZOCTONIA ROOT ROT OF CEREALS AND DISEASE RESISTANCE IN BRASSICA AND TRITICUM GERMPLASM
INFLUENCE OF CROP VOLUNTEER AND GRASSY WEED GREENBRIDGE ON RHIZOCTONIA ROOT ROT OF CEREALS AND DISEASE RESISTANCE IN BRASSICA AND TRITICUM GERMPLASM Abstract by Ebrahiem M. Babiker, Ph.D. Washington State University July ...
MOLECULAR ANALYSES OF BETAFLEXIVIRIDAE VIRUSES ASSOCIATED WITH RUSTY MOTTLE AND TWISTED LEAF DISEASES OF SWEET CHERRY (PRUNUS AVIUM)
Virus(es) associated with the rusty mottle group, cherry twisted leaf (CTL) and apricot ring pox (ARP) diseases of sweet cherry were characterized. A primer pair, Fovea2-AdPr, designed to amplify a broad range of viruses ...
PREDICTION OF DISEASE DAMAGE, DETERMINATION OF PATHOGEN SURVIVAL REGIONS, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL COLLECTIONS OF WHEAT STRIPE RUST
Stripe rust of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), caused by Puccinia striiformis Westend. f. sp. tritici Erikss., is an economically important disease worldwide. Three studies were conducted in regional, national, and international ...
GENETIC DIVERSITY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF GRAPEVINE LEAFROLL-ASSOCIATED VIRUSES
Grapevine leafroll disease (GLRD) is an economically important virus disease of wine grapes (
HOST SPECIFICITY AND PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG TILLETIA SPECIES INFECTING WHEAT AND OTHER COOL SEASON GRASSES
The 140 species of Tilletia (Ustilaginomycotina, Basidiomycota) are biotrophic pathogens that cause bunt and smut diseases of grasses (Poaceae). Among the most economically important species are the wheat bunt pathogens, ...