Shahal Abbo

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See Shahal Abbo in the ISPI database of scientists.

Publications of Shahal Abbo

Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2010) 76, 30-39
Hilal Özkilinc, Canan Can, Shahal Abbo, Dani Shtienberg and Amir Sherman (2010)
Ecological genetic divergence of the fungal pathogen Didymella rabiei on sympatric wild and domesticated Cicer spp. (chickpea)

Plant Pathology (2007) 56, 464-471
O. Frenkel, D. Shtienberg, S. Abbo and A. Sherman (2007)
Sympatric ascochyta complex of wild Cicer judaicum and domesticated chickpea

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2007) 119, 111-118
S. Abbo, O. Frenkel, A. Sherman and D. Shtienberg (2007)
The sympatric Ascochyta pathosystems of Near Eastern legumes, a key for better understanding of pathogen biology

Australian Journal of Agricultural Research (2006) 57, 465-470
D.J. Bonfil, Judith Lichtenzveig, I. Shai, A. Lerner, Sharon Tam and S. Abbo (2006)
Associations between earliness, Ascochyta response, and grain yield in chickpea

Theoretical and Applied Genetics (2006) 113, 1357-1369
Judith Lichtenzveig, David J. Bonfil, Hong-Bin Zhang, Dani Shtienberg and Shahal Abbo (2006)
Mapping quantitative trait loci in chickpea associated with time to flowering and resistance to Didymella rabiei the causal agent of Ascochyta blight

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2005) 113, 15-24
J. Lichtenzveig, E. Gamliel, O. Frenkel, S. Michaelido, S. Abbo, A. Sherman and D. Shtienberg (2005)
Distribution of mating types and diversity in virulence of Didymella rabiei in Israel

Phytoparasitica (2002) 30, 467-472
J. Lichtenzveig, P. Winter, S. Abbo, D. Shtienberg, W.J. Kaiser and G. Kahl (2002)
Towards the first linkage map of the Didymella rabiei genome

Phytopathology (2002) 92, 417-423
J. Lichtenzveig, D. Shtienberg, H.B. Zhang, D.J. Bonfil and S. Abbo (2002)
Biometric analyses of the inheritance of resistance to Didymella rabiei in chickpea

Phytoparasitica (2001) 29, 245-246
Judith Lichtenzveig, S. Abbo and D. Shtienberg (2001)
Ascochyta blight resistance in chickpea is controlled by one major gene
22nd Congress of the Israeli Phytopathological Society, February 12-13, 2001, Bet Dagan, Israel, lecture