Paolo Curir

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See Paolo Curir in the ISPI database of scientists.


Publications of Paolo Curir

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2016) 106, 341-346
B. Cangelosi, F. Clematis, P. Curir and F. Monroy (2016)
Susceptibility and possible resistance mechanisms in the palm species Phoenix dactylifera, Chamaerops humilis and Washingtonia filifera against Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Olivier, 1790) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)

Pest Management Science (2010) 66, 767-772
Chiara Ferracini, Paolo Curir, Marcello Dolci, Virginia Lanzotti and Alberto Alma (2010)
Aesculus pavia foliar saponins: defensive role against the leafminer Cameraria ohridella

Journal of Phytopathology (2005) 153, 65-67
P. Curir, M. Dolci and F. Galeotti (2005)
A phytoalexin-like flavonol involved in the carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus)-Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. dianthi pathosystem

Journal of Plant Pathology (2004) 86, p. 316 (Curir et al.)
P. Curir, C. Pasini, M. Dolci and F. Galeotti (2004)
The resistance of carnation to Fusarium wilt relies also on constitutive flavonoids
XI Meeting, Italian Society for Plant Pathology, Milan, 29/9 - 1/10, 2004 (poster)

Journal of Plant Pathology (2002) 84, p. 189 (Pasini et al.)
C. Pasini, P. Curir, M. Sacco and F. D'Aquila (2002)
Evaluation of some products for the control of limonium rust (Uromyces limonii)
IX Meeting, Italian Society for Plant Pathology

Journal of Plant Pathology (2002) 84, p. 179 (Curir et al.)
P. Curir, C. Pasini, M. Sacco and F. D'Aquila (2002)
Experimental results on antifungal compounds from ornamental plants
IX Meeting, Italian Society for Plant Pathology

Plant Pathology (2000) 49, 742-747
P. Curir, B. Danieli, M. Dolci, C. Pasini, L. Guglieri and M. Sacco (2000)
Reductive detoxification of the acetophenone skeleton of the carnation phytoanticipin by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. dianthi

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2000) 106, 849-856
P. Curir, L. Guglieri, M. Dolci, A. Capponi and G. Aurino (2000)
Fusaric acid production by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lilii and its role in the lily basal rot disease