Plant Disease (2005) 89 (1)

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Articles of Plant Disease entered for 2005 and volume (issue): 89 (1)

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 4-11
Lindsey J. du Toit, Mike L. Derie and Pablo Hernandez-Perez (2005)
Verticillium wilt in spinach seed production

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 12-16
W. Msikita, B. Bissang, B.D. James, H. Baimey, H.T. Wilkinson, M. Ahounou and R. Fagbemissi (2005)
Prevalence and severity of Nattrassia mangiferae root and stem rot pathogen of cassava in Bénin

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 17-22
A.A. Emeran, J.C. Sillero, R.E. Niks and D. Rubiales (2005)
Infection structures of host-specialized isolates of Uromyces viciae-fabae and of other species of Uromyces infecting leguminous crops

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 23-27
J.C. Sillero, M.T. Moreno and D. Rubiales (2005)
Sources of resistance to crenate broomrape among species of Vicia

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 28-32
Barbara Harrison, Todd A. Steinlage, Leslie L. Domier and Cleora J. D'Arcy (2005)
Incidence of Soybean dwarf virus and identification of potential vectors in Illinois

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 33-38
James J. Polashock, Mark K. Ehlenfeldt, Allan W. Stretch and Matthew Kramer (2005)
Anthracnose fruit rot resistance in blueberry cultivars

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 39-43
Louis K. Prom, Thomas Isakeit, Gary N. Odvody, Charlie M. Rush, Harold W. Kaufman and Noe Montes (2005)
Survival of Claviceps africana within sorghum panicles at several Texas locations

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 44-49
A.L. Do Amaral, F.K. Dal Soglio, M.L. De Carli and J.F. Barbosa Neto (2005)
Pathogenic fungi causing symptoms similar to Phaeosphaeria leaf spot of maize in Brazil

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 50-54
M.E. Matheron and M. Porchas (2005)
Influence of soil temperature and moisture on eruptive germination and viability of sclerotia of Sclerotinia minor and S. sclerotiorum

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 55-62
Y. Anikster, J. Manisterski, D.L. Long and K.J. Leonard (2005)
Leaf rust and stem rust resistance in Triticum dicoccoides populations in Israel

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 63-70
E.M. Hansen, J.L. Parke and W. Sutton (2005)
Susceptibility of Oregon forest trees and shrubs to Phytophthora ramorum: A comparison of artificial inoculation and natural infection

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 71-80
C.H. Bock, P.E. Parker and T.R. Gottwald (2005)
Effect of simulated wind-driven rain on duration and distance of dispersal of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri from canker-infected citrus trees

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 81-89
Carla D. Garzón, David M. Geiser and Gary W. Moorman (2005)
Diagnosis and population analysis of Pythium species using AFLP fingerprinting

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 90-96
B.M. Wu, K.V. Subbarao and A.H.C. van Bruggen (2005)
Analyses of the relationships between lettuce downy mildew and weather variables using geographic information system techniques

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 97-104
X.W. Guo and W.G.D. Fernando (2005)
Seasonal and diurnal patterns of spore dispersal by Leptosphaeria maculans from canola stubble in relation to environmental conditions

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 105 (Ali et al.)
S. Ali, V.V. Rivera and G.A. Secor (2005)
First report of Fusarium graminearum causing dry rot of potato in North Dakota

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 105 (Achon et al.)
M.A. Achon, M. Marsiñach, C. Ratti and C. Rubies-Autonell (2005)
First report of Barley yellow mosaic virus in barley in Spain

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 105 (Crowe et al.)
F.J. Crowe and H.R. Pappu (2005)
Outbreak of Iris yellow spot virus in onion seed crops in central Oregon

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 106 (Daugherty et al.)
C. Daugherty and R. Mathiasen (2005)
First report of chihuahua pine dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium gillii) on apache pine (Pinus engelmannii)

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 106 (Belisario et al.)
A. Belisario, M. Maccaroni and A. Coramusi (2005)
First report of twig canker of hazelnut caused by Fusarium lateritium in Italy

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 106 (Mathiasen et al.)
R. Mathiasen, M. Haefeli and N. Marcus (2005)
Southwestern dwarf mistletoe, Arceuthobium vaginatum subsp. cryptopodum, found parasitizing Picea pungens in Colorado

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 107 (Texeira et al.)
D.C. Texeira, J. Ayres, E.W. Kitajima, L. Danet, S. Jagoueix-Eveillard, C. Saillard and J.M. Bové (2005)
First report of a huanglongbing-like disease of citrus in Sao Paulo State, Brazil and association of a new Liberibacter species, "Candidatus Liberibacter americanus", with the disease

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 107 (Crepel et al.)
C. Crepel, S. Inghelbrecht, S. Baeyen, M. Maes and S.G. Bobev (2005)
First report of leaf spots on Laurus nobilis caused by Phytophthora citricola in Belgium

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 107 (Annesi et al.)
T. Annesi, R. Coppola, L. D'Amico and E. Motta (2005)
First report of Aberia caffra and Quercus cerris as hosts of Inonotus rickii

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 108 (Villalobos et al.)
W. Villalobos, L. Moreira, K.S. Derrick, M.J.G. Beretta, R.F. Lee and C. Rivera (2005)
First report of Citrus blight in Costa Rica

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 108 (Sikora et al.)
E.J. Sikora and J.F. Murphy (2005)
First report of Bean pod mottle virus in soybean in Alabama

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 108 (Egel et al.)
D.S. Egel, R. Harikrishnan and R. Martyn (2005)
First report of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum race 2 as causal agent of fusarium wilt of watermelon in Indiana

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 109 (Carmona et al.)
M.A. Carmona, M.E. Gally and S.E. Lopez (2005)
Asian soybean rust: incidence, severity, and morphological characterization of Phakopsora pachyrhizi (Uredinia and Telia) in Argentina

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 109 (Moretti et al.)
C. Moretti, S. Sequino and R. Buonaurio (2005)
First report of leaf necrosis caused by Pseudomonas viridiflava on melon seedlings in Italy

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 109 (Gonzalez et al.)
A.J. González, J.C. Tello and M. de Cara (2005)
First report of Erwinia persicina from Phaseolus vulgaris in Spain

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 110 (Rayamajhi et al.)
M.B. Rayamajhi, R.W. Pemberton, T.K. Van and P.D. Pratt (2005)
First report of infection of Lygodium microphyllum by Puccinia lygodii, a potential biocontrol agent of an invasive fern in Florida