Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999)

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Articles of Journal of Plant Protection Research entered for 1999:

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 5-13
A. Twardowicz-Jakusz and L. Zielinska (1999)
Occurrence and identification of viruses affecting Brassica vegetable crops in Poland. I. Survey of viruses affecting Brassica commercial cultures and trials of cultivar research centre stations
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 5

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 14-22
A. Twardowicz-Jakusz (1999)
Occurrence and identification of viruses affecting Brassica vegetable crops in Poland. II. Virus occurrence in cultivars of several surveyed Brassica oleracea varieties
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 14

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 23-38
A. Twardowicz-Jakusz, L. Zielinska and W. Kaniewski (1999)
Occurrence and identification of viruses affecting Brassica vegetable crops in Poland. III. Virus identification and characterization
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 23

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 39-45
B.P. Borowicz (1999)
Cloning of the DNA fragments reflecting the open reading frame I and II of the I-18 C gene of Chironomus tentans. I. Preparation of the bacterial cells, transformation and isolation of the bluescript plasmid
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 39

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 46-49
B.P. Borowicz (1999)
Cloning of the DNA fragments reflecting the open reading frame I and II of the I-18 C gene of Chironomus tentans. II. Preparation of the intermediate vector - bluescript plasmid for ligation with the inserts
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 46

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 50-53
B.P. Borowicz (1999)
Cloning of the DNA fragments reflecting the open reading frame I and II of the I-18 C gene of Chironomus tentans. III. Preparation of the inserts for ligation with the bluescript and the modification of the vector
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 50

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 54-58
B.P. Borowicz (1999)
Cloning of the DNA fragments reflecting the open reading frame I and II of the I-18 C gene of Chironomus tentans. IV. The ligation of the bluescript vector with the inserts
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 54

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 59-62
B.P. Borowicz (1999)
Cloning of the DNA fragments reflecting the open reading frame I and II of the I-18 C gene of Chironomus tentans. V. The identification of the bacterial colonies, containing the recombinant bluescript plasmids
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 59

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 63-67
B.P. Borowicz (1999)
Cloning of the DNA fragments reflecting the open reading frame I and II of the I-18 C gene of Chironomus tentans. VI. The DNA sequencing of the clones inserts
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 63

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 68-73
B.P. Borowicz (1999)
Cloning of the DNA fragments reflecting the open reading frame I and II of the I-18 C gene of Chironomus tentans. VII. The preparation of the inserts and the translational vector - pET-3a for ligation
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 68

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 74-79
B.P. Borowicz (1999)
Cloning of the DNA fragments reflecting the open reading frame I and II of the I-18 C gene of Chironomus tentans. VIII. The ligations of the inserts with the pET-3a vector and the identification of the bacterial colonies, containing the recombinant plasmid
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 74

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 80-90
B.P. Borowicz (1999)
Cloning of the DNA fragments reflecting the open reading frame I and II of the I-18 C gene of Chironomus tentans. IX. The effects of the cloning experiments
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 80

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 91-94
A. Wojtowicz (1999)
Colinfors a computer program for Colorado beetle forecasting and control
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (1),  p. 91

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 101-106
A. Pradzynska (1999)
Bioecology of the larger grain (Prostephanus truncatus Horn)
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (2),  p. 101

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 109-115
H. Zarzycka and S. Sobkowiak (1999)
Sexuality of Phytophthora infestans and the role of oospores as a primary infection source of potato late blight
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (2),  p. 109

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 116-131
Franciszek Lisowicz (1999)
The occurrence of cereal crop diseases depending on the system of farming
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (2),  p. 116

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 132-136
B. Golebniak and I. Muszynska (1999)
Efficacy of selected seed dressings in protection of pasture grasses against Fusarium avenaceum (Fr.) Sacc.
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (2),  p. 132

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 137-143
A. Skorupska (1999)
Behaviour of the hawthorn spider mite (Tetranychus viennensis Zacher) and two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae Koch) on selected scab-resistant apple cultivars
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (2),  p. 137

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 144-152
A. Skorupska (1999)
Morphologico-anatomical structure of leaves and female fecundity of genus Tetranychus (Acarina, Tetranychidae) on selected scab-resistant apple varieties
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (2),  p. 144

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 153-164
E. Niemczyk, M. Sekrecka and D. Gajek (1999)
The occurrence of phytophagous and predatory mites in an apple orchard sprayed with selective and non selective insecticides
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (2),  p. 153

Journal of Plant Protection Research (1999) 39, 165-172
E. Niemczyk and G. Skorupinski (1999)
Overwintering and mortality of Typhlodromus pyri Scheut. cloth belt kept in the orchard or in several other accommodations with different temperatures
Journal of Plant Protection Research 39 (2),  p. 165