Geert J.T. Kessel

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Publications of Geert J.T. Kessel (14 listed):

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2018) 151, 947-960
H.T.A.M. Schepers, G.J.T. Kessel, F. Lucca, M.G. Förch, G.B.M. van den Bosch, C.G. Topper and A. Evenhuis (2018)
Reduced efficacy of fluazinam against Phytophthora infestans in the Netherlands

Euphytica (2015) 202, 219-234
Suxian Zhu, Jack H. Vossen, Marjan Bergervoet, Maarten Nijenhuis, Linda Kodde, Geert J.T. Kessel, Vivianne Vleeshouwers, Richard G.F. Visser and Evert Jacobsen (2015)
An updated conventional- and a novel GM potato late blight R gene differential set for virulence monitoring of Phytophthora infestans

Plant Pathology (2013) 62, 932-942
Y. Li, T. van der Lee, J.H. Zhu, G.H. Jin, C.Z. Lan, S.X. Zhu, R.F. Zhang, B.W. Liu, Z.J. Zhao, G. Kessel, S.W. Huang and E. Jacobsen (2013)
Population structure of Phytophthora infestans in China - geographic clusters and presence of the EU genotype Blue_13

Theoretical and Applied Genetics (2012) 124, 923-935
Hyoun-Joung Kim, Heung-Ryul Lee, Kwang-Ryong Jo, S.M. Mahdi Mortazavian, Dirk Jan Huigen, Bert Evenhuis, Geert Kessel, Richard G.F. Visser, Evert Jacobsen and Jack H. Vossen (2012)
Broad spectrum late blight resistance in potato differential set plants MaR8 and MaR9 is conferred by multiple stacked R genes

Annual Review of Phytopathology (2011) 49, 507-531
Vivianne G.A.A. Vleeshouwers, Sylvain Raffaele, Jack H. Vossen, Nicolas Champouret, Ricardo Oliva, Maria E. Segretin, Hendrik Rietman, Liliana M. Cano, Anoma Lokossou, Geert Kessel, Mathieu A. Pel and Sophien Kamoun (2011)
Understanding and exploiting late blight resistance in the age of effectors

Phytopathology (2010) 100, 1146-1161
Peter Skelsey, Walter A.H. Rossing, Geert J.T. Kessel and Wopke van der Werf (2010)
Invasion of Phytophthora infestans at the landscape level: How do spatial scale and weather modulate the consequences of spatial heterogeneity in host resistance?

Phytopathology (2009) 99, 887-895
P. Skelsey, W.A.H. Rossing, G.J.T. Kessel and W. van der Werf (2009)
Scenario approach for assessing the utility of dispersal information in decision support for aerially spread plant pathogens, applied to Phytophthora infestans

Phytopathology (2009) 99, 290-300
P. Skelsey, G.J.T. Kessel, W.A.H. Rossing and W. van der Werf (2009)
Parameterization and evaluation of a spatiotemporal model of the potato late blight pathosystem

EPPO Bulletin (2007) 37, 313-316
P. Skelsey, W. van der Werf, G.J.T. Kessel, W.A.H. Rossing and A.A.M. Holtslag (2007)
Multi-scale modelling of infection pressure from Phytophthora infestans

Phytopathology (2005) 95, 439-448
G.J.T. Kessel, J. Köhl, J.A. Powell, R. Rabbinge and W. van der Werf (2005)
Modeling spatial characteristics in the biological control of fungi at leaf scale: Competitive substrate colonization by Botrytis cinerea and the saprophytic antagonist Ulocladium atrum

Phytopathology (2005) 95, 328-338
P. Skelsey, W.A.H. Rossing, G.J.T. Kessel, J. Powell and W. van der Werf (2005)
Influence of host diversity on development of epidemics: An evaluation and elaboration of mixture theory

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2001) 107, 273-284
G.J.T. Kessel, B.H. de Haas, C.H. Lombaers-van der Plas, J.E. van den Ende, M.G. Pennock-Vos, W. van der Werf and J. Köhl (2001)
Comparative analysis of the role of substrate specificity in biological control of Botrytis elliptica in lily and B. cinerea in cyclamen with Ulocladium atrum

Phytopathology (1999) 89, 868-876
G.J.T. Kessel, B.H. de Haas, C.H. Lombaers-van der Plas, E.M.J. Meijer, F.M. Dewey, J. Goudriaan, W. van der Werf and J. Köhl (1999)
Quantification of mycelium of Botrytis spp. and the antagonist Ulocladium atrum in necrotic leaf tissue of cyclamen and lily by fluorescence microscopy and image analysis

BioControl (1999) 44, 329-346
J. Köhl, C.H. Lombaers-van der Plas, W.M.L. Molhoek, G.J.T. Kessel and H.M. Goossen-Van Der Geijn (1999)
Competitive ability of the antagonists Ulocladium atrum and Gliocladium roseum at temperatures favourable for Botrytis spp. development