Jay Ram Lamichhane

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Publications of Jay Ram Lamichhane

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2017) 147, 721-730
Hamzeh Mafakheri, S. Mohsen Taghavi, Zia Banihashemi, Ebrahim Osdaghi and Jay Ram Lamichhane (2017)
Pathogenicity, host range and phylogenetic position of Agrobacterium species associated with sugar beet crown gall outbreaks in Southern Iran

Journal of General Plant Pathology (2017) 83, 131-139
Bhim Chaulagain, Gopal Bahadur Khatri Chhetri, Sundar Man Shrestha, Sarala Sharma, Dipak Sharma-Poudyal and Jay Ram Lamichhane (2017)
Effect of two-component cultivar mixtures on development of wheat yellow rust disease in the field and greenhouse in the Nepal Himalayas

Pest Management Science (2017) 73, 14-21
Jay Ram Lamichhane, Monika Bischoff-Schaefer, Sylvia Bluemel, Silke Dachbrodt-Saaydeh, Laure Dreux, Jean-Pierre Jansen, Jozsef Kiss, Jürgen Köhl, Per Kudsk, Thibaut Malausa, Antoine Messéan, Philippe C. Nicot, Pierre Ricci, Jérôme Thibierge and François Villeneuve (2017)
Identifying obstacles and ranking common biological control research priorities for Europe to manage most economically important pests in arable, vegetable and perennial crops

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2016) 146, 129-145
Ebrahim Osdaghi, S. Mohsen Taghavi, Habiballah Hamzehzarghani, Amal Fazliarab, Robert M. Harveson and Jay Ram Lamichhane (2016)
Occurrence and characterization of a new red-pigmented variant of Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens, the causal agent of bacterial wilt of edible dry beans in Iran

Plant Disease (2016) 100, 10-24
Jay Ram Lamichhane, Silke Dachbrodt-Saaydeh, Per Kudsk and Antoine Messéan (2016)
Toward a reduced reliance on conventional pesticides in European agriculture

PLoS ONE (2016) 11 (2 - e0147584)
Jay Ram Lamichhane, Claudia Bartoli and Leonardo Varvaro (2016)
Extensive field survey, laboratory and greenhouse studies reveal complex nature of Pseudomonas syringae-associated hazelnut decline in central Italy

Molecular Plant Pathology (2016) 17, 303-310
Claudia Bartoli, Fabrice Roux and Jay Ram Lamichhane (2016)
Molecular mechanisms underlying the emergence of bacterial pathogens: an ecological perspective

Journal of Phytopathology (2016) 164, 722-734
Ebrahim Osdaghi, S. Mohsen Taghavi, Habiballah Hamzehzarghani and Jay Ram Lamichhane (2016)
Occurrence and characterization of the bacterial spot pathogen Xanthomonas euvesicatoria on pepper in Iran

Journal of General Plant Pathology (2015) 81, 331-350
Jay Ram Lamichhane, Antoine Messéan and Cindy E. Morris (2015)
Insights into epidemiology and control of diseases of annual plants caused by the Pseudomonas syringae species complex

Molecular Plant Pathology (2015) 16, 137-149
Claudia Bartoli, Jay Ram Lamichhane, Odile Berge, Caroline Guilbaud, Leonardo Varvaro, Giorgio M. Balestra, Boris A. Vinatzer and Cindy E. Morris (2015)
A framework to gauge the epidemic potential of plant pathogens in environmental reservoirs: the example of kiwifruit canker

Plant Pathology (2015) 64, 757-766
J.R. Lamichhane and C. Bartoli (2015)
Plant pathogenic bacteria in open irrigation systems: what risk for crop health?

Molecular Plant Pathology (2015) 16, 860-869
Claudia Bartoli, Jay Ram Lamichhane, Odile Berge, Leonardo Varvaro and Cindy E. Morris (2015)
Mutability in Pseudomonas viridiflava as a programmed balance between antibiotic resistance and pathogenicity

Phytopathology (2014) 104, 387-395
Jay Ram Lamichhane, Alfredo Fabi and Leonardo Varvaro (2014)
Summer heat and low soil organic matter influence severity of hazelnut cytospora canker

Plant Pathology (2014) 63, 243-254
J.R. Lamichhane and L. Varvaro (2014)
Xanthomonas arboricola disease of hazelnut: current status and future perspectives for its management

Plant Disease (2014) 98, 1600-1610
Jay Ram Lamichhane (2014)
Xanthomonas arboricola diseases of stone fruit, almond, and walnut trees: Progress toward understanding and management

Journal of Phytopathology (2014) 162, 170-179
Jay Ram Lamichhane and Leonardo Varvaro (2014)
Olive knot pathogen with pronounced epiphytic lifestyle is not present in association to leaf surface of European olive across the Himalayas in Nepal

Journal of Plant Protection Research (2014) 54, 22-27
Jay Ram Lamichhane and Leonardo Varvaro (2014)
Comparison of methods used in the recovery of phylloplane bacteria: a case study of Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi applied to the phylloplane of Olea europaea sub-species

Australasian Plant Pathology (2013) 42, 219-225
Jay Ram Lamichhane and Leonardo Varvaro (2013)
Epiphytic Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi can infect and cause olive knot disease on Olea europaea subsp. cuspidata

Journal of Phytopathology (2012) 160, 752-754
Jay Ram Lamichhane, Pablo Grau and Leonardo Varvaro (2012)
Emerging hazelnut cultivation and the severe threat of bacterial blight in Chile

Plant Disease (2012) 96, p. 1577 (Lamichhane et al.)
J.R. Lamichhane, A. Fabi and L. Varvaro (2012)
Severe outbreak of bacterial blight caused by Xanthomonas arboricola pv. corylina on hazelnut cv. Tonda di Giffoni in Central Italy

Plant Disease (2011) 95, p. 221 (Lamichhane et al.)
J.R. Lamichhane, G.M. Balestra and L. Varvaro (2011)
Severe outbreak of bacterial canker caused by Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis on tomato in central Italy

Plant Pathology (2010) 59, p. 401 (Lamichhane et al.)
J.R. Lamichhane, M.B. Kshetri, A. Mazzaglia, L. Varvaro and G.M. Balestra (2010)
Bacterial speck caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato race 0: first report in Nepal

Plant Disease (2010) 94, p. 382 (Lamichhane et al.)
J.R. Lamichhane, G.M. Balestra and L. Varvaro (2010)
Occurrence of potato soft rot caused by Erwinia carotovora (synonym Pectobacterium carotovorum) in Nepal: A first report

Phytopathologia Mediterranea (2010) 49, 406-413
Jay Ram Lamichhane, Giorgio Mariano Balestra and Leonardo Varvaro (2010)
Responses of commonly cultivated tomato cultivars in Nepal to bacterial speck

Plant Pathology (2009) 58, p. 393 (Balestra et al.)
G.M. Balestra, J.R. Lamichhane, M.B. Kshetri, A. Mazzaglia and L. Varvaro (2009)
First report of olive knot caused by Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi in Nepal