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LaMondia, J.A.; Smith, V.L.; Douglas, S.M. 1999: Host range of Oidium lycopersicum on selected Solanaceous species in Connecticut. Plant Disease 83(4): 341-344
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Das, S.R. 1997: Host range of Sphaerulina oryzina the incitant of narrow brown spot of rice. Plant Disease Research 12(2): 179-180
Das, S.R.; Sahu, S.K. 1998: Host range of Sphaerulina oryzina, the incitant of narrow brown leaf spot of rice. Indian Phytopathology 51(2): 196
Josephrajkumar, A.; Sivakumar, C.V. 1998: Host range of a native entomopathogenic nematode, Steinernema sp. Shashpa 5(1): 33-35
Sharma, M.; Sundararaj, R.; Murugesan, S. 1997: Host range of babul whitefly Acaudaleyrodes rachipora in Indian arid zone. Indian Journal of Entomology 59(2): 232-236
Jayashree, K.; Pun, K.B.; Sabitha Doraiswamy 1998: Host range of pumpkin yellow vein mosaic virus. Madras Agricultural Journal 85(1): 63-65
Pradeep Sharma; Thakur, P.D. 1999: Host range of sweet pea streak mosaic potyvirus. Annals of Biology Ludhiana 15(1): 119-121
Cother, E.J. 1999: Host range studies of the mycoherbistat fungus Rhynchosporium alismatis. Australasian Plant Pathology 28(2): 149-155
Buckingham, G.R.; Bennett, C.A. 1998: Host range studies with Bagous affinis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), an Indian weevil that feeds on hydrilla tubers. Environmental Entomology 27(2): 469-479
Khan, M.S.A.; Ramsey, M.D.; Scott, E.S. 1999: Host range studies with an Australian isolate of Ascochyta rabiei. Australasian Plant Pathology 28(2): 170-173
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Dinardo Miranda, L.L.; Teixeira, L.A. Junqueira 1996: Host reaction of eight banana cultivars to plant parasitic nematodes. Bragantia 55(2): 259-262
Bekal, S.; Valette, S.; Jahier, J.; Rivoal, R. 1998: Host reactions within the Triticeae to different cereal cyst nematode species. Triticeae III Proceedings of the Third International Triticeae Symposium, Aleppo, Syria, 4-8 May 1997: 361-367
Haas, W.; Haberl, B. 1997: Host recognition by trematode miracidia and cercariae. Fried, B, Graczyk, T K Advances in trematode biology 197-227
Lattin, JD.; Stanton, NL. 1999: Host records of Braconidae (Hymenoptera) occurring in Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) found on lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) and associated conifers. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 75(1): 23-31
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Turco, D.M. 1998: Host residents' perceived social costs and benefits toward a staged tourist attraction. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing 7(1): 21-30
Hay, R.J. 1998: Host resistance and superficial fungal infections. Advances in veterinary dermatology: volume 3 Proceedings of the Third World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology, Edinburgh, Scotland, 11-14 September 1996: 261-270
Robinson, R.A. 1997: Host resistance to crop parasites. Integrated Pest Management Reviews 2(3): 103-107
Bartholomew, JL. 1998: Host resistance to infection by the myxosporean parasite Ceratomyxa shasta: a review. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 10(2): 112-120
Qureshi, S.T.; Gros, P.; Malo, D. 1999: Host resistance to infection: genetic control of lipopolysaccharide responsiveness by Toll-like receptor genes. Trends in Genetics: Tig 15(8): 291-294
Wilkinson, R.J.; Pasvol, G. 1997: Host resistance to malaria runs into swampy water. Trends in Microbiology 5(6): 213-215
Tompkins, D.M.; Clayton, D.H. 1999: Host resources govern the specificity of swiftlet lice: size matters. Journal of Animal Ecology 68(3): 489-500
Kangire, A.; Karamura, E.B.; Gold, C.S. 1997: Host response of tetraploid plantain and banana hybrids to a Ugandan isolate of fusarium wilt. MusAfrica 11: 9-10
Nombela, G.; Romero, D. 1999: Host response to Pratylenchus thornei of a wheat line carrying the Cre2 gene for resistance to Heterodera avenae. Nematology 1(4): 381-388
Bekal, S.; Jahier, J.; Rivoal, R. 1998: Host responses of different Triticeae to species of the cereal cyst nematode complex in relation to breeding resistant durum wheat. Fundamental and Applied Nematology 21(4): 359-370
Mondor, E.B.; Roland, J. 1998: Host searching and oviposition by Leschenaultia exul, a tachinid parasitoid of the forest tent caterpillar, Malacosoma disstria. Journal of Insect Behavior 11(4): 583-592
Heard, T.A.; Forno, I.W.ndy 1996: Host selection and host range of the flower-feeding weevil, Coelocephalapion pigrae, a potential biological control agent of Mimosa pigra. Biological Control 6(1): 83-95
Belmain, S.R.; Blaney, W.M.; Simmonds, M.S.J. 1998: Host selection behaviour of deathwatch beetle, Xestobium rufovillosum: oviposition preference choice assays testing old vs new oak timber, Quercus sp. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 89(2): 193-199
Dong YinCai; Feng JiNian; Zhang ZhiQiang 1998: Host selection by parasitic Allothrombium ovatum larvae (Acari: Trombidiidae) and mite-aphid population dynamics on cotton, wheat and rape. Systematic and Applied Acarology 3: 97-104
Lushai, G.; Sherratt, T.N.; David, O.; De Barro, P.J.; Maclean, N. 1997: Host selection by winged summer females of the aphid Sitobion avenae. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 85(3): 199-209
Terry, L.Irene 1997: Host selection, communication and reproductive behaviour. Lewis, T Thrips as crop pests 65-118
Liu Qing; Jiang YuWen 1998: Host selectivity of American leafminer (Liriomyza sativae Blanchard). China Vegetables 1: 1-4
Pandey, S.S.ngh, R. 1999: Host size induced variation in progeny sex ratio of an aphid parasitoid Lysiphlebia mirzai. Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 90(1): 61-67
Nicol, C.M.Y.; Mackauer, M. 1997: Host size vs. host species - the importance of species specific differences in host size for the parasitoid Monoctonus paulensis (Ashmead) (Hym.: Aphidiidae). Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie 11(1/6): 729-733
Bajaj, H.K.; Dabur, K.R.; Walia, R.K.; Mehta, S.K. 1997: Host specificity among isolates of bacterial parasite, Pasteuria spp. from Heterodera cajani and H. mothi. International Journal of Nematology 7(2): 227-228
Huhndorf, S.M.; Lodge, D.J. 1997: Host specificity among wood-inhabiting pyrenomycetes (Fungi, Ascomycetes) in a wet tropical forest in Puerto Rico. Tropical Ecology 38(2): 307-315
Teggelli, R.G.; Biradar, A.P.; Balikai, R.A.; Rao, K.J. 1997: Host specificity and host age on the development of Campoletis chlorideae Uchida. Advances in Agricultural Research in India 8: 93-97
Tremblay, R.L.; Zimmerman, J.K.; Lebron, L.; Bayman, P.; Sastre, I.; Axelrod, F.; Alers Garcia, J. 1998: Host specificity and low reproductive success in the rare endemic Puerto Rican orchid Lepanthes caritensis. Biological Conservation 85(3): 297-304
Swelim, D.; Hashem, F.; Kuykendall, L.; Hegazi, N.; Abdel-Wahab, S. 1997: Host specificity and phenotypic diversity of Rhizobium strains nodulating Leucaena, Acacia, and Sesbania in Egypt. Biology and fertility of soils 5(3): 224-232
Leebens Mack, J.; Pellmyr, O.; Brock, M. 1998: Host specificity and the genetic structure of two yucca moth species in a yucca hybrid zone. Evolution 52(5): 1376-1382
Boxshall, G.A. {a}; 1 ; 1 The Natural History Museum, C.R.ad, L.S.5 7BD.U.K.ngdom 1998: Host specificity in copepod parasites of deep-sea fishes. Journal of Marine Systems, Suppl (Special Volume) 15. 1-4.
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Campobasso, G.; Sobhian, R.; Knutson, L.; Terragitti, G. 1998: Host specificity of Bangasternus orientalis Capiomont (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) introduced into the United States for biological control of yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis L., Asteraceae: Carduae). Environmental Entomology 27(6): 1525-1530
Cameron, P.J.; Walker, G.P. 1997: Host specificity of Cotesia rubecula and Cotesia plutellae, parasitoids of white butterfly and diamondback moth. Proceedings of the Fiftieth New Zealand Plant Protection Conference, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand, 18-21 August 1997: 236-241
Cusato, M.S.; Tortosa, R.D. 1998: Host specificity of Frankia from actinorhizal plant soils of South America. Phyton (Buenos Aires) 62(1-2): 231-236
Medal, J.C.; Vitorino, M.D.; Habeck, D.H.; Gillmore, J.L.; Pedrosa, J.H.; Sousa, L.P. de 1999: Host specificity of Heteroperreyia hubrichi Malaise (Hymenoptera: Pergidae), a potential biological control agent of Brazilian peppertree (Schinus terebinthifolius Raddi). Biological Control 14(1): 60-65
Jordan, T. 1997: Host specificity of Longitarsus quadriguttatus (Pont., 1765) (Col., Chrysomelidae), an agent for the biological control of hound's-tongue (Cynoglossum officinale L., Boraginaceae) in North America. Journal of Applied Entomology 121(8): 457-464
Oyarzun, P.J.; Pozo, A.; Ordoñez, M.E.; Doucett, K.; Forbes, G.A. 1998: Host Specificity of Phytophthora infestans on Tomato and Potato in Ecuador. Phytopathology 88(3): 265-271
Riley, M.K.; Bosland, P.W. 1997: Host specificity of United States tomato and chile isolates of Verticillium dahliae. Capsicum and Eggplant Newsletter 16: 98-100
Reed, D.L.; Hafner, M.S. 1997: Host specificity of chewing lice on pocket gophers: a potential mechanism for cospeciation. Journal of Mammalogy 78(2): 655-660
Porter, S.D.; Alonso, L.E. 1999: Host specificity of fire ant decapitating flies (Diptera: Phoridae) in laboratory oviposition tests. Journal of Economic Entomology 92(1): 110-114
Kim, W.; Hall, R.; Dunn, N. 1997: Host specificity of nisin production by Lactococcus lactis. Biotechnology letters 19(12): 1235-1238
Amarante, A.F.T.; Bagnola, J.Jr.; Amarante, M.R.V.; Barbosa, M.A. 1997: Host specificity of sheep and cattle nematodes in Sao Paulo state, Brazil. Veterinary Parasitology 73(1-2): 89-104
DeLoach, C.J.; Cuda, J.P. 1999: Host specificity of the Argentine root-boring weevil, Heilipodus ventralis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a potential biocontrol agent for snakeweeds (Gutierrezia: Asteraceae) in western North American rangelands-U.S. quarantine tests. Biological Control 15(3): 185-209
Ramesh, P. 1996: Host specificity of the tortoise beetle, Aspidomorpha miliaris and its possible role in the management of Ipomoea carnea and Ipomoea aquatica. Indian Journal of Entomology 58(2): 140-142
Anderson, T.J.; Jaenike, J. 1997: Host specificity, evolutionary relationships and macrogeographic differentiation among Ascaris populations from humans and pigs. Parasitology 115: 325-342
Combes, C. 1997: Host spectrum and virulence. Medecine Tropicale: Revue du Corps de Sante Colonial 57(3 Suppl): 13-15
Liu ShuSheng; Wang XinGeng 1999: Host stage preference and suitability of Oomyzus sokolowskii, a major larval-pupal parasitoid of Plutella xylostella. Chinese Journal of Biological Control 15(1): 1-4
Boiteux, L.S.; Fonseca, M.E.N.; Simon, P.W. 1999: Host status and reaction of Arabidopsis thaliana ecotypes to infection by the northern root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne hapla). Plant Breeding 118(4): 355-358
Ehwaeti, M.E.; Fargette, M.; Phillips, M.S.; Trudgill, D.L. 1999: Host status differences and their relevance to damage by Meloidogyne incognita. Nematology 1(4): 421-432
Jonathan, E.I.; Barker, K.R.; Abd, E.A.eem, F.F. 1999: Host status of banana for four major species and host races of Meloidogyne. Nematologia Mediterranea 27(1): 123-125
Yokoyama, V.Y.; Miller, G.T. 1999: Host status of fresh prunes by potential quarantine pests in laboratory tests and evaluation of packinghouse culls. Journal of Economic Entomology 92(2): 485-489
Walker, J.T.; Melin, J.B. 1998: Host Status of Herbaceous Perennials to Meloidogyne incognita and M. arenaria. Journal of Nematology 30(4s): 607-610
Almeida, A.M.S.F.D.; Santos, M.S.sana N.D.A.; Ryan, M.F. 1997: Host status of selected plant species for Meloidogyne megadora. Nematropica 27(1): 1-6
Goulart, A.M.C.; Inomoto, M.M.; Monteiro, A.R. 1997: Host suitability of eight cotton cultivars to Pratylenchus brachyurus. Nematologia Brasileira 21(2): 111-118
Roggwiller, E.; Fricaud, A.C.; Blisnick, T.; Braun-Breton, C. 1997: Host urokinase-type plasminogen activator participates in the release of malaria merozoites from infected erythrocytes. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 86(1): 49-59
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Vanlerberghe Masutti, F.; Chavigny, P. 1998: Host-based genetic differentiation in the aphid Aphis gossypii Glover, evidenced from RAPD fingerprints. Molecular Ecology 7(7): 905-914
Geets, A.; Appleby, C.; Ollevier, F. 1999: Host-dependent and seasonal variation in opisthaptoral hard parts of Gyrodactylus cf. arcuatus from three Pomatoschistus spp. and G. arcuatus from Gasterosteus aculeatus: a multivariate approach. Parasitology 119: 27-40
Bringmann, G.; Schlauer, J.; Ruckert, M.; Wiesen, B.; Ehrenfeld, K.; Proksch, P.; Czygan, F.C. 1999: Host-derived acetogenins involved in the incompatible parasitic relationship between Cuscuta reflexa (Convolvulaceae) and Ancistrocladus heyneanus (Ancistrocladaceae). Plant Biology 1(5): 581-584
Ylioja, T.; Roininen, H.; Ayres, M.P.; Rousi, M.; Price, P.W. 1999: Host-driven population dynamics in an herbivorous insect. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 96(19): 10735-10740
Videllet, P.; Albajes, R.; Gabarra, R. 1997: Host-feeding activity of Encarsia pergandiella Howard on Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius). Bulletin OILB/SROP 20(4): 147-152
Lozano, C.; Guerra, O.A.mando.; Campos, M. 1999: Host-finding and oviposition behaviour of Cheiropachus quadrum (F.) (Hym.: Pteromalidae), a parasite of olive bark beetles (Col.: Scolytidae). Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft 72(1-2): 89-93
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Staib, P.; Kretschmar, M.; Nichterlein, T.; Köhler, G.; Michel, S.; Hof, H.; Hacker, J.; Morschhäuser, J. 1999: Host-induced, stage-specific virulence gene activation in Candida albicans during infection. Molecular Microbiology 32(3): 533-546
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Hodkinson, I.D.; Bird, J. 1998: Host-specific insect herbivores as sensors of climate change in arctic and alpine environments. Arctic and Alpine Research 30(1): 78-83
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Prusky, D.; Falik, E.; Kobiler, I.; Fuchs, Y.; Zauberman, G.; Pesis, E.; Roth, I.; Weksler, A.; Akerman, M.; Ykutiely, O.; Waisblum, A.; Keinan, A.; Ofek, G. 1997: Hot water brush: a new method for the control of post harvest disease caused by Alternaria rot in mango fruits. Acta Horticulturae 455: 780-785
Ranganna, B.; Raghavan, G.S.V.; Kushalappa, A.C. 1998: Hot water dipping to enhance storability of potatoes. Postharvest Biology and Technology 13(3): 215-223
Gonzalez Aguilar, G.A.; Cruz, R.; Granados, M.; Baez, R. 1997: Hot water dips and film packaging extend the shelf-life of bell peppers. Postharvest Horticulture Series Department of Pomology, University of California 18: 66-72
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Nagetey, F.K.; Mao LinChun 1999: Hot water immersion alleviates chilling injury in tomato fruit. Acta Agriculturae Zhejiangensis 11(2): 67-72
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Ponce de Leon, L.; Munoz, C.; Perez, L.; Diaz de Leon, F.; Kerbel, C.; Perez Flores, L.; Esparza, S.; Bosquez, E.; Trinidad, M. 1997: Hot-water quarantine treatment and water-cooling of 'Haden' mangos. Acta Horticulturae 455: 786-796
Langens Gerrits, Merel; Albers, Marion; De Klerk, Geert Jan 1998: Hot-water treatment before tissue culture reduces initial contamination in Lilium and Acer. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture 52(1-2): 75-77
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Anonymous 1999: House-dust allergies. Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology 82(4): 335-338
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Caillavet, F.; Nichele, V. 1999: Household production and garden trade-off between home production and vegetable purchases. Economie Rurale 250: 11-20
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Levison, D.; Moe, K.S. 1998: Household work as a deterrent to schooling: an analysis of adolescent girls in Peru. Journal of Developing Areas 32(3): 339-356
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Maya Unnithan Kumar 1999: Households, kinship and access to reproductive health care among rural Muslim women in Jaipur. Economic and Political Weekly 34(10/11): 621-630
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Lang, H. 1997: How 'international' do games rules in schools have to be? Who has the 'best' rules: the practice leader or the school teacher?. Sportunterricht 46(1): 14-16
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