Plant Disease (2005) 89 (6)

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Articles of Plant Disease entered for 2005 and volume (issue): 89 (6)

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 543-548
Joshua F. Stevenson, Mark A. Matthews and Thomas L. Rost (2005)
The developmental anatomy of Pierce's disease symptoms in grapevines: Green islands and matchsticks

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 549-557
Cezarina Kora, Mary Ruth McDonald and Greg J. Boland (2005)
Lateral clipping of canopy influences the microclimate and development of apothecia of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in carrots

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 558-564
David H. Gent, Jillian M. Lang and Howard F. Schwartz (2005)
Epiphytic survival of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. allii and X. axonopodis pv. phaseoli on leguminous hosts and onion

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 565-570
Michael E. Matheron, James D. McCreight, Barry R. Tickes and Martin Porchas (2005)
Effect of planting date, cultivar, and stage of plant development on incidence of fusarium wilt of lettuce in desert production fields

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 571-574
M.L. Carson, C.W. Stuber and M.L. Senior (2005)
Quantitative trait loci conditioning resistance to Phaeosphaeria leaf spot of maize caused by Phaeosphaeria maydis

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 575-580
C.M. Herron, T.E. Mirkov, N. Solís-Gracia, C.J. Kahlke, M. Skaria and J.V. da Graça (2005)
Severity of Citrus tristeza virus isolates from Texas

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 581-589
R.L. Groves, J. Chen, E.L. Civerolo, M.W. Freeman and M.A. Viveros (2005)
Spatial analysis of almond leaf scorch disease in the San Joaquin Valley of California: Factors affecting pathogen distribution and spread

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 590-594
J. Belasque Jr., A.L. Parra-Pedrazzoli, J. Rodrigues Neto, P.T. Yamamoto, M.C.M. Chagas, J.R.P. Parra, B.T. Vinyard and J.S. Hartung (2005)
Adult citrus leafminers (Phyllocnistis citrella) are not efficient vectors for Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 595-604
Richard W. Smiley, Jennifer A. Gourlie, Sandra A. Easley, Lisa-Marie Patterson and Ruth G. Whittaker (2005)
Crop damage estimates for crown rot of wheat and barley in the Pacific Northwest

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 605-610
Xianzhou Nie (2005)
Reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification of DNA for detection of Potato virus Y

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 611-618
I.J. Holb (2005)
Effect of pruning on apple scab in organic apple production

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 619-623
Z.A. El-Hamalawi and M.E. Stanghellini (2005)
Disease development on lisianthus following aerial transmission of Fusarium avenaceum by adult shore flies, fungus gnats, and moth flies

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 624-630
P.A. Paul and G.P. Munkvold (2005)
Influence of temperature and relative humidity on sporulation of Cercospora zeae-maydis and expansion of gray leaf spot lesions on maize leaves

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 631-639
David H. Gent and Howard F. Schwartz (2005)
Management of Xanthomonas leaf blight of onion with a plant activator, biological control agents, and copper bactericides

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 640-648
J.L. Smilanick, M.F. Mansour, D.A. Margosan, F. Mlikota Gabler and W.R. Goodwine (2005)
Influence of pH and NaHCO3 on effectiveness of imazalil to inhibit germination of Penicillium digitatum and to control postharvest green mold on citrus fruit

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 649-653
S.R. Koenning and D.T. Bowman (2005)
Cotton tolerance to Hoplolaimus columbus and impact on population densities

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 654-658
Ioannis E. Tzanetakis, Joseph D. Postman and Robert R. Martin (2005)
A member of the Closteroviridae from mint with similarities to all three genera of the family

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 659-662
S.W. van Heerden, H.V. Amerson, O. Preisig, B.D. Wingfield and M.J. Wingfield (2005)
Relative pathogenicity of Cryphonectria cubensis on eucalyptus clones differing in their resistance to C. cubensis

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 663 (Peterson et al.)
G.L. Peterson and K.L. Kosta (2005)
Soybean rust: Too close for comfort

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 664-666
Glen L. Hartman, Monte R. Miles and Reid D. Frederick (2005)
Breeding for resistance to soybean rust

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 667-668
A. Ivancovich (2005)
Soybean rust in Argentina

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 669-674
C. Levy (2005)
Epidemiology and chemical control of soybean rust in southern Africa

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 675-677
J.T. Yorinori, W.M. Paiva, R.D. Frederick, L.M. Costamilan, P.F. Bertagnolli, G.E. Hartman, C.V. Godoy and J. Nunes Jr. (2005)
Epidemics of soybean rust (Phakopsora pachyrhizi) in Brazil and Paraguay from 2001 to 2003

Plant Disease (2005) 89, 678-682
S. Pivonia, X.B. Yang and Z. Pan (2005)
Assessment of epidemic potential of soybean rust in the United States

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 683 (Gaetan et al.)
S. Gaetán and N. López (2005)
First outbreak of bacterial leaf spot caused by Xanthomonas campestris on canola in Argentina

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 683 (Schnabel et al.)
G. Schnabel, K.E. Bussey and P.K. Bryson (2005)
First report of Armillaria gallica causing Armillaria root rot in daylily in South Carolina

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 683 (Garibaldi et al.)
A. Garibaldi, A. Minuto and M.L. Gullino (2005)
First report of downy mildew caused by Peronospora sp. on basil (Ocimum basilicum) in France

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 684 (Pioli et al.)
R.N. Pioli, M.V. Cambursano and E.N. Morandi (2005)
Morphologic and pathometric characterization of the Asian soybean rust (Phakopsora pachyrhizi) in Santa Fe Province, Argentina

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 684 (del Rio et al.)
L.E. del Río, C.A. Bradley and B.L. Johnson (2005)
First report of white mold caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on Echium (Echium vulgare)

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 684 (Garibaldi et al.)
A. Garibaldi, G. Gilardi and M.L. Gullino (2005)
Fusarium wilt of bitterroot (Lewisia cotyledon) in Italy caused by Fusarium oxysporum

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 685 (Chang et al.)
K.F. Chang, S.F. Hwang, B.D. Gossen, R.J. Howard, K. Lopetinsky and M. Olson (2005)
First report of Rhizoctonia solani AG-4 and AG-2-2 on Lupinus angustifolius in Canada

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 685 (Shamoun et al.)
S.F. Shamoun and S. Zhao (2005)
First report of Phoma exigua as a pathogen of salal (Gaultheria shallon) in British Columbia, Canada

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 685 (Karanastasi et al.)
E. Karanastasi, W. Decraemer, P.E. Kyriakopoulou and R. Neilson (2005)
First report of the stubby-root nematode Paratrichodorus teres associated with artichoke (Cynara scolymus) in Greece

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 686 (Eskalen et al.)
A. Eskalen, S. Rooney-Latham and W.D. Gubler (2005)
First report of perithecia of Phaeoacremonium viticola on grapevine (Vitis vinifera) and ash tree (Fraxinus latifolia) in California

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 686 (Gomez et al.)
E.C. Gómez, M.R. Vargas, C. Rivadameira, E.C. Locali, J. Freitas-Astua, G. Astua-Monge, J.C.V. Rodrigues, N.C. Mesa Cobo and E.W. Kitajima (2005)
First report of Citrus leprosis virus on citrus in Santa Cruz, Bolivia

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 686 (Koike et al.)
S.T. Koike and G.S. Saenz (2005)
First report of powdery mildew caused by Golovinomyces orontii on corn-salad in the United States

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 687 (Woodward et al.)
J.E. Woodward, D.B. Langston Jr., J.H. Brock, R.C. Kemerait Jr., T.B. Brenneman and G.H. Beard (2005)
First demonstration of Koch's postulates for Lasiodiplodia theobromae fruit spot on eggplant (Solanum melongena)

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 687 (Aguilar et al.)
E. Aguilar, W. Villalobos, L. Moreira, C.M. Rodríguez, E.W. Kitajima and C. Rivera (2005)
First report of Xylella fastidiosa infecting citrus in Costa Rica

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 687 (Michel)
V.V. Michel (2005)
First report of anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum orbiculare f. sp. from A. officinalis of marsh mallow (Althaea officinalis) in Switzerland

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 688 (Garibaldi et al.)
A. Garibaldi, A. Minuto and M.L. Gullino (2005)
Verticillium wilt of African daisy (Osteospermum sp.) in Italy caused by Verticillium dahliae

Plant Disease (2005) 89, p. 688 (Romero et al.)
A.M. Romero and R. Zapata (2005)
First report of downy mildew of arugula caused by Peronospora parasitica in Argentina