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Pajuelo, M.J.; Eguiluz, M.; Roncal, E.; Quinones-Garcia, S.; Clipman, S.J.; Calcina, J.; Gavidia, C.; Sheen, P.; Garcia, H.H.; Gilman, R.H.; Gonzalez, A.; Zimic, M. 2017: Genetic Variability of Taenia Solium Cysticerci Recovered from Experimentally Infected Pigs and Naturally Infected Pigs using Microsatellite Markers. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 97(5): 10-10
Arroyo, G.; Lescano, A.G.; Calcina, J.F.; Bustos, J.A.; Lopez-Urbina, T.; Rodriguez, S.; Gomez-Puerta, L.A.; O'Neal, S.; Gilman, R.H.; Tsang, V.C.; Garcia, H.H.; Gonzalez, A.E. 2017: Banding Patterns of the Enzyme-Linked Immunoelectrotransfer Blot (Eitb) Correlate with the Infection Status in Porcine Cysticercosis. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 97(5): 150-150
Beam, M.; Atto, R.; Camizan, R.; Spencer, A.; Fernandez, L.; Garvey, B.; Pray, I.; Vilchez, P.; Muro, C.; Gamboa, R.; Maria Moyano, L.; Coloma, J.; Andersson, N.; Garcia, H.H.; O'Neal, S.E. 2017: Socializing Evidence to Transform Community Barriers in Cysticercosis Prevention and Surveillance in Northern Peru. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 97(5): 150-151
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Yobo, C.M.; Sadia-Kacou, A.M.; Adja, A.M.; Eilanga-Ndile, E.; Sagna, A.B.; Guindo-Coulibaly, N.; Poinsignon, A.; Remoue, F.; Koudou, B.G. 2017: Influence of Rubber and Palm Cultivations on Human Exposure to Aedes Aegypti Evaluated by using an Immuno Epidemiological Biomarker. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 97(5): 192-193
Floyd, J.R.; Ruktanonchai, N.W.; Wardrop, N.; Tatem, A.J.; Fevre, E.M. 2017: Using Gps Trackers to Explore Fine-Scale Human and Livestock Movement in Busia County, Kenya and its Implications for Zoonoses. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 97(5): 201-202
Frake, A.; Messina, J.; Walker, E.D.; Zulu, L.; Mangani, C.; Mkwaila, W.; Chipula, G.; Taylor, T.E.; Mzilahowa, T.; Mathanga, D. 2017: Scaling Irrigation and Malaria Risk in Malawi. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 97(5): 509-509
Mkwaila, W.; Walker, E.D.; Mangani, C.; Zulu, L.; Taylor, T.E.; Mathanga, D.; Mzilahowa, T. 2017: Malaria Vector Density and Proximity of Human Residence to An Irrigated AGRO-ECOSYSTEM IN MALAWI. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 97(5): 541-541
Tretina, K.; Badoui, J.; Palmateer, N.C.; Bishop, R.P.; Silva, J.C. 2017: Single Molecule, Real-Time Sequencing of Pcr Products Reveals Theileria Parasite Species and Antigen Diversity. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 97(5): 584-584
Carcangiu, V.; Arfuso, F.; Luridiana, S.; Giannetto, C.; Rizzo, M.; Bini, P.P.; Piccione, G. 2018: Relationship between different livestock managements and stress response in dairy ewes. Archives Animal Breeding 61(1): 37-41
Santamaria, J.; Parrado, C.A.; Lopez, L. 2018: Soil Microbial Community Structure and Diversity in Cut Flower Cultures Under Conventional and Ecological Management. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia Do Solo 42: e0170016
Facco, D.S.; de Souza, A.C.; Benedetti, A.C.P. 2017: Algebraic Geoprocessing for the Study of the Dynamics of Forest Coverage IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF NOVA PALMA (RS). Geoambiente On-Line 2017(29)
Silva, M.D.; Pincelli, R.P.; Barbosa, A.D. 2018: Water Stress effects on Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Chlorophyll Content in Sugarcane Cultivars with Contrasting Tolerance. Bioscience Journal 34(1): 75-87
Chaturvedi, R. K.; Singh, J. S. 2017: Restoration of Mine Spoil in a Dry Tropical Region: A Review. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy 83(4): 789-844
Fei, Q.; Li, J.; Luo, Y.; Ma, K.; Niu, B.; Mu, C.; Gao, H.; Li, X. 2018: Plant molecular responses to the elevated ambient temperatures expected under global climate change. Plant Signaling and Behavior 13(1): e1414123
Serrano, M.; Robertson, A. E. 2017: The effect of cold stress on damping-off of soybean caused by Pythium sylvaticum. Phytopathology 107(12): 1-1
Gorman, Z.; Christensen, S.; He, Y.; Yan, Y.; Borrego, E. J.; Kolomiets, M. V. 2017: Volatiles from LOX10 promote maize susceptibility to Colletotrichum graminicola by hijacking jasmonic and salicylic acids antagonism. Phytopathology 107(12): 1-2
Jochum, M.; Gaire, S. P.; Niu, G.; Jo, Y. K. 2017: Bioprospecting rhizobacteria to improve drought resistance in grasses. Phytopathology 107(12): 2-2
Land, C. J.; Adkison, H.; Willis, R.; Vallad, G. E. 2017: A Greenhouse System to Study the Effect of Soil pH on Fusarium wilt of Tomato caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp lycopersici Race 3. Phytopathology 107(12): 2-3
Ning, Y.; Wang, G. L. 2017: Dissection of the APIP6-mediated ubiquitin-proteasome pathway in rice immunity against Magnaporthe oryzae. Phytopathology 107(12): 3-3
Lichtner, F. J.; Broders, K. D. 2017: Ecology and epidemiology of Helminthosporium solani and Colletotrichum coccodes on potato in the San Luis Valley of Colorado. Phytopathology 107(12): 3-4
Weiland, J. E.; Benedict, C.; Zasada, I. A.; Beck, B.; Davis, A.; Peetz, A.; Graham, K.; Martin, R. R.; Dung, J. K. S.; Gaige, A. J. R.; Thiessen, L. D. 2017: Expanding the scope of a single pathogen survey to solve the mystery of the ailing red raspberries. Phytopathology 107(12): 4-4
Gorny, A. M.; Wang, X.; Pethybridge, S. J. 2017: Extracting Genomic DNA from Root-Knot Nematode Infested Soil using Fe3O4 Super Paramagnetic Nanoparticles. Phytopathology 107(12): 4-5
Rupe, J. C.; Holland, R.; Steger, A. 2017: Effect of moisture at physiological maturity on soybean seed infection by Phomopsis longicolla and Cercospora flagellaris. Phytopathology 107(12): 5-5
Gadoury, D. M.; Bierman, A.; Rea, M.; Stensvand, A.; Suthaparan, A.; Onofre, R. B. 2017: Design and operational considerations for use of UV and red light for suppression of plant diseases under field conditions. Phytopathology 107(12): 5-6
Uribe, P.; Benavides, C. A.; Calvache, D. 2017: Identifying the most efficient agroecosystems for potato production in Narino, Colombia. Phytopathology 107(12): 6-6
Lichtemberg, P. D. S. F.; Zeviani, W.; Michailides, T. J. 2017: Spline regression providing the area under the sensitivity curve as an alternative for the EC50 values on fungicide resistance studies. Phytopathology 107(12): 6-7
Zhang, X.; Batzer, J. C.; Li, X.; Peres, N.; Gleason, M. L. 2017: Validation of a Florida strawberry anthracnose fruit rot (AFR) warning system in Iowa. Phytopathology 107(12): 7-7
Foster, Z.; Weiland, J. E.; Scagel, C.; Grunwald, N. 2017: The effects of cultivar, production system, and nursery on the composition of the rhizosphere microbiome of cultivated rhododendrons in Oregon. Phytopathology 107(12): 7-8
Lana, F. D.; Robertson, A. E.; Bradley, C. A.; Smith, D. L.; Shah, D. A.; Wise, K. A.; Madden, L. V.; Esker, P.; Conley, S.; Paul, P. A. 2017: A Meta-Analysis of Maize Yield Response to Azoxystrobin and Propiconazole as Influenced by Foliar Disease Intensity and Application Timing. Phytopathology 107(12): 8-8
Cordova, L.; Madden, L. V.; Amiri, A.; Schnabel, G.; Peres, N. 2017: Meta-Analysis of a Web-Based Disease Forecast System for Control of Anthracnose and Botrytis Fruit Rots of Strawberry in Southeastern United States. Phytopathology 107(12): 9-9
Rojas, A.; Liao, H. L.; Bonito, G.; Hameed, K. M.; Busby, P. E.; Grigoriev, I.; Schadt, C.; Labbe, J.; Tuskan, G.; Vilgalys, R. J. 2017: Endophytic fungi associated with Populus roots: The Ilyonectria complex. Phytopathology 107(12): 10-10
Deng, W. L.; Huang, Y. C.; Tzeng, J. Y. 2017: Identification of bacterial leaf spot disease caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. vitians on lettuce in Taiwan. Phytopathology 107(12): 11-11
Funnell-Harris, D. L.; Scully, E.; Sattler, S.; O'Neill, P. 2017: Differences in Fusarium species in brown midrib sorghum and in air populations in production fields. Phytopathology 107(12): 11-12
Oh, C. S.; Park, D. H. 2017: Survey of the natural infection by Erwinia amylovora in Korea. Phytopathology 107(12): 12-12
Hurtado-Gonzales, O. P.; Valentini, G.; Gilio, T.; Song, Q.; Pastor-Corrales, M. 2017: Simultaneous fine mapping and locus characterization of the Andean Ur-4 and Mesoamerican Ur-5 rust resistance genes in Common bean. Phytopathology 107(12): 13-13
Zhou, Z.; Lakhssassi, N.; Liu, S.; Bekal, S.; Colantonio, V.; Lambert, K.; Barakat, A.; Meksem, K. 2017: New sources of soybean cyst nematode resistance in 'Forrest' soybean identified through forward and reverse genetics. Phytopathology 107(12): 13-14
Feng, C.; Bluhm, B. H.; Correll, J. C. 2017: Characterization and marker development for three resistance loci to the spinach downy mildew pathogen. Phytopathology 107(12): 14-14
Saad, N.; Alcala-Briseno, R. I.; Harmon, P.; Polston, J.; Olmstead, J. 2017: Viral metagenomics uncovers virus diversity in wild and cultivated blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum). Phytopathology 107(12): 14-15
Adkins, S. T.; Hutton, S.; de Jensen, C. E.; Funderburk, J. E.; Turechek, W. W. 2017: Current status of Tomato chlorotic spot virus in Florida and the Caribbean. Phytopathology 107(12): 15-15
Mei, C.; Chretien, R.; Yan, S.; Carey, J.; He, Y.; Lowman, S. 2017: Characterization of Bacterial Endophytes and Their Applications. Phytopathology 107(12): 16-16
Read, A. C.; Rinaldi, F.; Hutin, M.; He, Y. Q.; Triplett, L. R.; Bogdanove, A. J. 2017: A truncated Xanthomonas oryzae TAL effector required for effector triggered immunity suppression in an American heirloom rice cultivar. Phytopathology 107(12): 17-17
El-Tarabily, K. A.; Abuqamar, S.; Saeed, E. E.; Salmin, Z. 2017: Potential to manage date palm black scorch disease in the United Arab Emirates using a resident actinomycete isolate. Phytopathology 107(12): 18-18
De Freitas, C. C.; Taylor, C. G. 2017: Biological control of Agrobacterium rhizogenes using Pseudomonas strains. Phytopathology 107(12): 18-19
Mackenzie, K. J.; Wen, A.; Vallad, G. E.; Adkison, H.; Hellu, L. L. 2017: Complex Patterns of Resistance to Respiration Inhibitors Revealed among Corynespora cassiicola Isolates from Tomato in Florida. Phytopathology 107(12): 19-19
Crutcher, F.; Hoesel, S. 2017: Variation in endophytic and epiphytic bacteria populations isolated from cultivated small grains. Phytopathology 107(12): 20-20
Proano, M. F.; Ayala, C.; Chiriboga, A.; Garrido, P.; Diaz, E.; Marek, S. M.; Melouk, H. A.; Daughtrey, M. L.; Garzon, C. D. 2017: Temporal and host driven variation of Pythium and Globisporangium populations in chrysanthemum and geranium. Phytopathology 107(12): 21-21
Agbetiameh, D.; Ortega-Beltran, A.; Awuah, R.; Atehnkeng, J.; Cotty, P. J.; Bandyopadhyay, R. 2017: Biological control of aflatoxins in maize and groundnut through use of aflasafe products developed for Ghana. Phytopathology 107(12): 21-22
Knaus, B. J.; Tabima, J.; Shakya, S.; Judelson, H. S.; Grunwald, N. 2017: Genic copy number variation reveals an unexpected mosaic of varying ratios of diploidy and triploidy among isolates of Phytophthora infestans. Phytopathology 107(12): 22-22
Zhou, X. 2017: Effects of seed treatment with biocontrol agents and gibberellic acid on seedling disease, plant growth, yield and quality in organic rice. Phytopathology 107(12): 23-23
Aljaafri, W.; Lawrence, G. W.; Klink, V.; Lu, S.; Long, D.; Lawrence, K. S. 2017: Biological seed treatments for Soybean Cyst Nematode (Heterodera glycines) management. Phytopathology 107(12): 24-24
Garcia-Velasco, R.; Chavarro-Carrero, E. A. 2017: Paecilomyces lilacinus in Nacobbus aberrans control in tomato cv. San Marzano. Phytopathology 107(12): 24-25
Osterbaan, L. J.; Fuchs, M. 2017: Characterization of a symptom determinant of grapevine fanleaf virus suggests a novel function for its RNA-dependent RNA polymerase. Phytopathology 107(12): 25-25
Da Silva, W. L.; Gray, S.; De Jong, W. 2017: Mapping Loci that Control Tuber and Foliar Symptoms Caused by PVY in Autotetraploid Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). Phytopathology 107(12): 25-26
Hazir, S.; Shapiro-Ilan, D. I.; Bock, C. H.; Leite, L. G. 2017: Thermo-stability, dose effects and shelf-life of antifungal compounds produced by the symbiotic bacterium Xenorhabdus szentirmaii. Phytopathology 107(12): 26-26
Lacey, J. V.; Kachroo, A.; Fakhoury, A. M.; Bradley, C. A. 2017: Sensitivity of biocontrol agents to common soybean seed treatment fungicide active ingredients. Phytopathology 107(12): 27-27
Slack, S. M.; Gebben, S.; Begley, B.; Outwater, C. A.; Sundin, G. W. 2017: Effect of a contact sterilant on apple flower microbial populations and impacts on biological control of fire blight by Aureobasidium pullulans. Phytopathology 107(12): 28-28
Cevallos-Cevallos, J.; Mariduena-Zavala, M. G.; Freire-Penaherrera, A.; Ochoa, D. 2017: Metabolomic-based elucidation of fungicide-microbe interactions in banana and potato fungal pathogens. Phytopathology 107(12): 29-29
Heck, D. W.; Dita Rodriguez, M. A.; Del Ponte, E. M.; Mizubuti, E. S. G. 2017: Spatial pattern of Fusarium wilt (Fusarium oxysporum f. sp cubense) in banana fields. Phytopathology 107(12): 30-30
Avila-Adame, C.; Klittich, C. J.; Gustafson, G. 2017: Correlation between fungicide sensitivity of Phakopsora pachyrhizi and Puccinia triticina under greenhouse conditions. Phytopathology 107(12): 31-31
Chaulagain, B.; Hincapie, M.; Sanjel, S.; Dufault, N. S.; Raid, R. N.; Rott, P. C. 2017: Sensitivity of sugarcane orange rust (Puccinia kuehnii) to fungicides in spore germination and detached leaf bioassays. Phytopathology 107(12): 32-32
Hu, M.; Schnabel, G. 2017: High levels of fludioxonil resistance in Botrytis fragariae and investigation of potential resistance mechanisms. Phytopathology 107(12): 33-33
Harteveld, D.; Grant, M.; Pscheidt, J. W.; Peever, T. L. 2017: Predicting ascospore release of Monilinia vaccinii-corymbosi causing mummy berry of blueberry in the Pacific Northwest using machine learning. Phytopathology 107(12): 33-34
Lin, S.; Bellizzi, M. D.; Hand, F. P. 2017: Determining the Timing of Host Susceptibility to Infection by Fungal Pathogens Associated with Fruit Rot Disease of Winterberry Holly. Phytopathology 107(12): 34-34
Waller, T. J.; Gager, J.; Gianfagna, T.; Oudemans, P. 2017: Deciphering blueberry and cranberry floral involvement in the disease cycle of Colletotrichum fioriniae. Phytopathology 107(12): 34-35
Sun, H.; Li, W.; Deng, Y.; Zhang, A.; Chen, H. 2017: Efficacy of SDHI fungicide, pydiflumetofen, against Fusarium gramminearum. Phytopathology 107(12): 35-35
Wu, T.; Silva, E.; Gevens, A. J. 2017: Efficacy of copper hydroxide on four clonal lineages of Phytophthora infestans. Phytopathology 107(12): 36-36
Katsiani, A.; Lamour, K. H.; Tzanetakis, I. E. 2017: Unveiling the population structure of rose rosette virus. Phytopathology 107(12): 37-37
Kaushik, H.; Dutta, P. 2017: Chemical synthesis of Zinc oxide nanoparticle: Its application for antimicrobial activity and plant health management. Phytopathology 107(12): 38-38
Warneke, B.; Thiessen, L. D.; Neill, T.; Mahaffee, W. 2017: The grape powdery mildew conundrum: Fungicide selection and timing. Phytopathology 107(12): 38-39
Liao, Y. Y.; Strayer, A. L.; White, J. C.; Mukherjee, A.; De La Torre-Roche, R.; Elmer, W. H.; Young, M.; Santra, S.; Ritchie, L.; Freeman, J. H.; Jones, J. B.; Paret, M. 2017: Magnesium oxide nanomaterial, a novel bactericide for control of bacterial spot of tomato without accumulating in fruit. Phytopathology 107(12): 39-40
Hannan, A.; Atta, S.; Akhtar, T.; Ahmad, I.; Atiq, M. 2017: Evaluation of new fungicides against Fusarium oxysporum causing wilt in Strawberry. Phytopathology 107(12): 40-40
Borrego, E. J.; Kolomiets, M. V. 2017: Colonization, conidiation, and aflatoxin contamination of maize seed by Aspergillus flavus requires oxylipins from both host and pathogen. Phytopathology 107(12): 40-41
Glenn, T.; Brannen, P. M.; Bock, C. H.; Hotchkiss, M. W.; Pitts, J.; Sikora, E. J. 2017: Efficacy of a single late-dormant application of mineral oil plus chlorothalonil for control of peach scab, caused by Venturia carpophila. Phytopathology 107(12): 41-41
Breunig, M. R.; Nagelkirk, M.; Byrne, A.; Chilvers, M. 2017: Effects of Fungicide and Fertility on Disease Development and Yield in Winter Wheat. Phytopathology 107(12): 41-42
Ali, M. E.; Pandit, L. K.; De Angelis, D. R.; Mulvaney, K. A.; Amiri, A. 2017: Fungicide Sensitivity Profiles of Phacidiopycnis piri and Phacidiopycnis washingtonensis Isolates from Pome Fruit in Washington. Phytopathology 107(12): 42-42
Zhang, S.; Jain, M.; Bernert, A.; Fleites, L. A.; Gabriel, D. W. 2017: Identification of two potential small molecule chemical controls for Pierce's Disease of grape. Phytopathology 107(12): 43-43
Miorini, T. J. J.; Pannullo, A.; Steadman, J. R.; Everhart, S. E. 2017: Fungicide sensitivity and population structure of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum isolates from Argentina, Brazil, and USA. Phytopathology 107(12): 44-44
Uppala, S. S.; Zhou, S. 2017: In vitro evaluation of fungicides for the management of rice kernel smut in Texas. Phytopathology 107(12): 44-45
Jordan, B. S.; Culbreath, A. K. 2017: Comparison of reflectance meters for evaluation of peanut leaf spot in Georgia. Phytopathology 107(12): 45-45
Yabwalo, D.; Tande, C.; Geppert, R. L.; Byamukama, E.; Langham, M. A. 2017: Comparing the effects of Wheat streak mosaic virus strains on plant growth characteristics and symptom severity in hard red winter wheat. Phytopathology 107(12): 45-46
Johnson, B.; Rizzo, D. M. 2017: Ganoderma root and butt rot in California almond. Phytopathology 107(12): 46-46
Hewavitharana, S. S.; Mazzola, M. 2017: Deciphering potential mechanisms of anaerobic soil disinfestation (ASD)-mediated control of Pratylenchus penetrans. Phytopathology 107(12): 47-47
Pathak, R.; Sundaram, A.; Cadle-Davidson, L. E.; Solhaug, K. A.; Stensvand, A.; Gislerod, H. R.; Suthaparan, A. 2017: Sensing of UV and visible light by powdery mildew pathogens. Phytopathology 107(12): 47-48
Khadka, R. B.; Marasini, M.; Rawal, R.; Testen, A. L.; Miller, S. A. 2017: Effect of Carbon Sources in Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation to Reduce Soilborne Pests in Okra and Brinjal in Nepal. Phytopathology 107(12): 48-48
Nelson, H. M. 2017: Modifying row cover systems to manage bacterial wilt in organic muskmelon in Iowa. Phytopathology 107(12): 48-49
Dawadi, S.; Addesso, K.; O'Neal, P. A.; Liyanapathiranage, P.; Pandey, M.; Baysal-Gurel, F. 2017: Impact of cover crop usage on soilborne pathogens in a nursery production system. Phytopathology 107(12): 49-49
Zuniga, A.; Peres, N. 2017: Heat treatment for management of Botrytis cinerea inoculum on strawberry. Phytopathology 107(12): 49-50
McLean, A.; Gossen, B. D.; McDonald, M. R. 2017: Boron tolerance and clubroot development in Brassica napus. Phytopathology 107(12): 50-50
Riera-Ruiz, C. A.; Castro-Lara, J.; Jimenez Feijoo, M. I.; Cevallos-Cevallos, J. 2017: Evaluation of a nutritional approach for disease control of Brurkholderia glumae and B. gladioli interaction in rice. Phytopathology 107(12): 51-51
Patel, J. S.; Radetsky, L.; Plummer, T.; Bierman, A.; Gadoury, D. M.; Rea, M. 2017: Pre-inoculation treatment of basil plants with ultraviolet-B radiation induces resistance to downy mildew. Phytopathology 107(12): 52-52
Adducci, B.; Wei, G.; Roy, A.; Mavrodieva, V. A.; Nakhla, M. K. 2017: Development and Validation of a Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) Assay for Detection of Citrus Leprosis Cytoplasmic Type 2 in Plants. Phytopathology 107(12): 52-53
Adducci, B.; Wei, G.; Roy, A.; Mavrodieva, V. A.; Dennis, G.; Schneider, W.; Brlansky, R. H.; Nakhla, M. K. 2017: Validation of a Quadruplex Real-Time RT-PCR assay for Simultaneous Detection of Three Citrus leprosis Viruses in Plants. Phytopathology 107(12): 53-53
Stulberg, M. J.; Kasiborski, B.; Studholme, D.; Munkvold, G. P.; Block, C. C.; Arias, S.; Rascoe, J.; Nakhla, M. K. 2017: Genomics-informed molecular detection of Xanthomonas vasicola causing bacterial leaf streak of corn in the United States. Phytopathology 107(12): 53-54
Crandall, S.; Manosalva, P. M.; Miles, T. 2017: Optimizing the molecular tools for Phytophthora cinnamomi detection in environmental samples. Phytopathology 107(12): 54-54
Zhang, S.; Russell, P.; Davenport, B.; Li, R.; Groth-Helms, D.; Hammond, R. W. 2017: Rapid detection of Hop stunt viroid, Potato spindle tuber viroid and Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid using isothermal AmplifyRP. Phytopathology 107(12): 54-55
Workman, J. N.; Fraedrich, S. W.; Villari, C. 2017: Use of LAMP for in-field early detection of Raffaelea lauricola, the causal agent of laurel wilt disease. Phytopathology 107(12): 55-55
Baidoo, R.; Yan, G. 2017: Molecular detection and quantification of root-lesion nematode, Pratylenchus penetrans from soil using real-time PCR. Phytopathology 107(12): 55-56
Luster, D.; McMahon, M. B.; Sechler, A.; Rogers, E. E.; Schneider, W.; Schroeder, B.; Murray, T. D. 2017: Evaluation of immunoreagents for development of a diagnostic assay specific for Rathayibacter toxicus. Phytopathology 107(12): 56-56
Gonzalez, N. A.; Munkvold, G. P. 2017: A reverse transcription-loop mediated isothermal amplification assay for the detection of pospiviroids in tomato seeds. Phytopathology 107(12): 57-57
Bayo, D.; Darnell, R.; Williamson, J.; Harmon, P. 2017: Detection, quantification, and seasonal movement of Xylella fastidiosa in grafted and own-root Meadowlark blueberries. Phytopathology 107(12): 57-58
Maheshwari, Y.; Selvaraj, V.; Hajeri, S.; Yokomi, R. K. 2017: Detection of Spiroplasma citri by droplet digital PCR. Phytopathology 107(12): 58-58
Rydzak, P.; Corona, F. O.; Whitfield, A. E.; Wayadande, A. C. 2017: Detection and Differentiation of Arthropod-Transmitted Viruses of Cereal Crops Using Multiplex PCR and High Resolution Melting. Phytopathology 107(12): 58-59
Salinas Villacis, K. V.; Espitia-Navarro, H.; Garcia-Suarez, J.; Corona, F. O. 2017: Introducing PrimerCHECKER, a PCR primer performance graphic display generator. Phytopathology 107(12): 59-59
Jordan, R. L.; Wingert, M.; Louden, C.; Guaragna, M. A. 2017: Detection and genome characterization of a mixed infection of Crinum mosaic, Nerine latent and Nerine yellow stripe viruses in ornamental Crinum. Phytopathology 107(12): 59-60
Lin, H. A.; Mora, S. X. M. 2017: Detection and quantification of Septoria glycines in soybeans with Real-time PCR. Phytopathology 107(12): 60-60
Nasaruddin, A. S. B.; Babler, B. N.; Perna, N. T.; Glasner, J. D.; Charkowski, A. O. 2017: Comparison of primers for the detection of North American strains of Dickeya species in seed potato stems and tubers. Phytopathology 107(12): 60-61
Haq, R.; Bodaghi, S.; Dang, T.; Lavagi, I.; Tan, S. H.; Naz, S.; Vidalakis, G. 2017: High-Throughput Molecular Screening for the presence of Citrus Pathogens in the Citrus Germplasm Collection of Punjab, Pakistan. Phytopathology 107(12): 61-61
Sharp, M. 2017: Rapid Detection of Pathogen in Complex Metagenomic Data by EDNA. Phytopathology 107(12): 62-62
D'Arcangelo, K.; Miles, T.; Quesada-Ocampo, L. 2017: Occurrence of fungicide resistance in Pseudoperonospora cubensis populations causing cucurbit downy mildew in commercial and wild hosts. Phytopathology 107(12): 63-63
McHenry, D.; Bly, A.; Oliver, C. L.; Nita, M. 2017: QoI resistance among Colletotrichum species found in Virginia vineyards. Phytopathology 107(12): 63-64
Cosseboom, S. D.; Schnabel, G.; Ivors, K. L.; Holmes, G. J. 2017: Resistance of Botrytis cinerea from California strawberries to ten fungicides. Phytopathology 107(12): 64-64
Tobon, J. G.; Childers, R.; Regnier, M.; Mideros, M.; Restrepo, S.; Danies, G. 2017: Is the phenomenon of acquired resistance in Phytophthora infestans universal?. Phytopathology 107(12): 64-65
Stephens, C.; Kaminski, J. E., I.I.I. 2017: Sclerotinia homoeocarpa Populations and Their Resistance to Fungicides. Phytopathology 107(12): 65-65
Feng, J.; Wang, M.; Chen, X. 2017: Molecular mapping and comparison of YrTr1 with other genes on chromosome 1BS for resistance to wheat stripe rust. Phytopathology 107(12): 65-66
Jin, J.; Carbone, I.; Shew, D. 2017: Adaptation of Phytophthora nicotianae to partial resistance in tobacco. Phytopathology 107(12): 66-66
Mahfuz, R.; Gallegly, M. E., J. 2017: Two new late blight resistant home garden varieties of tomato with tolerance to Septoria leaf spot. Phytopathology 107(12): 66-+
Lichtemberg, P. D. S. F.; Luo, Y.; Michailides, T. J. 2017: Using allele-specific PCR for genotyping different mutations selected by the use of SDHI in populations of Alternaria alternata in California. Phytopathology 107(12): 67-67
Pan, Y. B.; Khan, M.; Grisham, M. P.; Iqbal, J. 2017: Development of an RAPD-based SCAR marker linked with smut disease resistance in commercial sugarcane cultivars. Phytopathology 107(12): 67-68
Halterman, D. A.; Basnal, P. 2017: Identification of factors involved in foliar resistance to bacteria in potato. Phytopathology 107(12): 68-68
Abdullah, S.; Sehgal, S.; Glover, K. D.; Ali, S. 2017: Genotypic and phenotypic evaluation of Pyrenophora tritici-repentis isolates for their race structure in South Dakota. Phytopathology 107(12): 68-69
Abdullah, S.; Sehgal, S.; Glover, K. D.; Ali, S. 2017: Response of wheat cultivars to tan spot against race 1, 5, and unknown race isolates in South Dakota. Phytopathology 107(12): 69-69
Swisher, K. D.; Porter, L. D. 2017: Development of KASP markers for the identification of Pea seed-borne mosaic virus pathotype P-1 resistant alleles of eIF4E in Pisum sativum. Phytopathology 107(12): 69-70
Kunwar, S.; da Silva, E.; Iriarte, F. B.; Ritchie, L.; Clark, D.; Freeman, J. H.; Stall, R. E.; Jones, J. B.; Minsavage, G. V., J.; Zipfel, C.; Horvath, D. M.; Paret, M.; Fan, Q. 2017: Managing bacterial wilt disease of tomato in open field conditions by improving host resistance through transgenic approach. Phytopathology 107(12): 70-70
Mcnally, R. R.; Webster, B. T.; Curland, R.; Ishimaru, C. A.; Malvick, D. K. 2017: Interactions between diverse Clavibacter michiganensis subsp nebraskensis isolates and maize inbreds and hybrids influence severity of Goss's wilt. Phytopathology 107(12): 71-71
Rouse, M. 2017: Physiologic specialization of Puccinia hordei on barley in the United States from 2012 to 2016. Phytopathology 107(12): 71-72
Maldonado, C. E.; Angel, L.; Florez, C. P.; Angel, C. A.; Gaitan, A. L. 2017: The Colombian strategy against devastating coffee diseases: Preparation for Coffee Berry Disease (Colletotrichum kahawae subsp kahawae). Phytopathology 107(12): 72-72
Kim, B. S.; Lee, S. H. 2017: Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV) on Pepper Seedlings (Capsicum annuum) in a Breeding Nursery and Difference in Susceptibility among Breeding Lines. Phytopathology 107(12): 72-73
Li, S.; Smith, J. R. 2017: Assessment of soybean breeding lines for resistance to Phomopsis seed decay from field trials in Stoneville, Mississippi. Phytopathology 107(12): 73-73
Stumpf, S.; Gitaitis, R. D.; Coolong, T. W.; Riner, C.; Dutta, B. 2017: Interaction of onion cultivar and growth stages on incidence of Pantoea ananatis bulb infection. Phytopathology 107(12): 74-74
Moral, J.; Puckett, R.; Tomari, K.; Ortega-Beltran, A.; Gradziel, T. M.; Michailides, T. J. 2017: Resistance of almond cultivars to Aspergillus flavus and A. parasiticus. Phytopathology 107(12): 75-75
Mantooth, K.; Ikerd, J.; Mandal, M. K.; Kousik, S. 2017: Potential sources of resistance to Phytophthora crown rot in Cucurbita maxima and Cucurbita moschata. Phytopathology 107(12): 76-76
Scherm, H.; Allen, R. M.; Ingram, R. J.; Brannen, P. M. 2017: Non-target effects of horticultural and pest management practices in fall and winter on development of Exobasidium leaf and fruit spot of blueberry. Phytopathology 107(12): 76-77
Suthaparan, A.; Solhaug, K. A.; Gislerod, H. R.; Stensvand, A.; Gadoury, D. M.; Bierman, A.; Rea, M. 2017: Modelling Daytime Light Integral and light quality effects to optimize suppression of powdery mildews by nighttime applications of UV and red light. Phytopathology 107(12): 77-77
Kabir, M. N.; Liyanapathiranage, P.; Simmons, T.; Baysal-Gurel, F. 2017: Control of root rot diseases of woody ornamentals using biorational products and fungicides. Phytopathology 107(12): 77-78
Chanda, A. K.; Brantner, J. R. 2017: Management of Rhizoctonia diseases in sugar beet using an integrated approach. Phytopathology 107(12): 78-78
Paret, M.; Roberts, P. D.; Vallad, G. E.; Freeman, J. H.; Olson, S. M.; Ritchie, L.; Clark, D. 2017: Integration of biopesticides, a SAR inducer and copper for managing bacterial spot of tomato; a long-term evaluation in production areas in Florida. Phytopathology 107(12): 79-79
Bandara, A. Y.; Weerasooriya, D. K.; Liu, S.; Little, C. R. 2017: Dynamics of host glutathione and glutathione-related enzymes in the Macrophomina phaseolina-sorghum bicolor interaction. Phytopathology 107(12): 79-80
Bandara, A. Y.; Weerasooriya, D. K.; Liu, S.; Little, C. R. 2017: The necrotrophic fungus Macrophomina phaseolina induces strong oxidative stress in charcoal rot susceptible sorghum genotypes. Phytopathology 107(12): 80-80
Chalupowicz, L.; Nissan, G.; Brandl, M. T.; McClelland, M.; Sessa, G.; Barash, I.; Manulis-Sasson, S. 2017: Does Salmonella enterica translocate type III effectors into plant cells?. Phytopathology 107(12): 80-81
Olakunle, O. I.; Gleason, M. L.; Beattie, G. A. 2017: Contribution of dspE and eop1 to Erwinia tracheiphila virulence. Phytopathology 107(12): 81-81
Hao, G.; Vaughan, M.; Mccormick, S.; Kelly, A.; Ward, T. J. 2017: Characterization of effectors from Fusarium graminearum. Phytopathology 107(12): 81-82
Lavagi, I.; Greer, G.; Dang, T.; Tan, S. H.; Bodaghi, S.; Rolshausen, P. E.; Lovatt, C.; Vidalakis, G. 2017: TsnRNA-IIIb induces citrus dwarfing and alters the hormone profile of the trees. Phytopathology 107(12): 82-82
Teper, D.; Wang, N. 2017: TAL effector PthA4 is required for the hypersensitive response by Xanthomonas citri in kumquat. Phytopathology 107(12): 82-83
Jia, H.; Zhang, Y.; Orbovic, V.; Xu, J.; Wang, N. 2017: Generating canker-resistant citrus varieties by modification of the citrus canker susceptibility gene CsLOB1 via Cas9/sgRNA technology. Phytopathology 107(12): 83-83
Yan, H.; Kim, M.; Huang, J.; Shim, W. B. 2017: FRN1, a gene encoding putative GPCR protein, is critical for ear rot and fumonisin biosynthesis in maize pathogen Fusarium verticillioides. Phytopathology 107(12): 84-84
Zhang, Y.; Wang, N. 2017: Stringent response regulator DksA positively regulates virulence traits of Xanthomonas citri. Phytopathology 107(12): 84-85
Ponukumati, S.; Elliott, M. L.; Rollins, J. A.; Desjardin, B. 2017: Screening of Secreted in Xylem (SIX) Genes in Fusarium Wilt Pathogens of Palms. Phytopathology 107(12): 85-85
Gillis, D. 2017: A mass spectrometry-based approach to quantitatively measure translocation of multiple Type III Secretion System effectors. Phytopathology 107(12): 86-86
Castroagudin, V. L.; Moreira, S. S.; Ceresini, P. C. 2017: Evolution of avirulence genes in the wheat blast pathogen Pyricularia graminis-tritici. Phytopathology 107(12): 86-87
Elfar, K.; Latorre, B. A.; Zoffoli, J. P. 2017: AM-Toxin and virulence in Alternaria tenuissima isolated from apple moldy core. Phytopathology 107(12): 87-87
Park, J.; Wiesner, E.; Harrison, A.; Ebadzadsahrai, G.; Soby, S. 2017: Virulence factors regulated by Quorum Sensing in Chromobacterium vaccinii. Phytopathology 107(12): 88-88
Eckshtain-Levi, N.; Kvitko, B.; Vinatzer, B. A. 2017: Pump up the virulence: RND efflux pumps in Pseudomonas syringae. Phytopathology 107(12): 88-89
Mandal, M. K.; Haktan, S.; Kousik, C. 2017: Transcriptomic profiling of watermelon-powdery mildew (Podosphaera xanthii) interactions. Phytopathology 107(12): 89-89
Collum, T.; Culver, J. N. 2017: Identification of phloem specific translatome alterations in response to tobacco mosaic virus infection. Phytopathology 107(12): 89-90
McCaghey, M.; Ranjan, A.; Kurcezewski, J.; Kabbage, M.; Smith, D. L. 2017: Controlling Sclerotinia stem rot using gene silencing. Phytopathology 107(12): 90-90
Padmanabhan, C.; Zheng, Y.; Shamimuzzaman, M.; Fei, Z.; Ling, K. S. 2017: Exploring the trans-acting short interfering RNAs (ta-siRNAs) technology for virus control in plants. Phytopathology 107(12): 91-91
Kaur, N.; Chen, W.; Fei, Z.; Wintermantel, W. M. 2017: Transcriptome changes in the whitefly B. tabaci in response to feeding on Cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus infected melon. Phytopathology 107(12): 91-92
Viravathana, P.; Roper, M. C. 2017: Influence of reactive oxygen species on the Rcs phosphorelay and its relationship to a large RTX toxin in Pantoea stewartii. Phytopathology 107(12): 92-92
Taylor, J.; Crutcher, F.; Horwitz, B. A.; Kenerley, C. M. 2017: Two Class I Hydrophobins, TvHyd1 and TvHyd2, from Trichoderma virens. Phytopathology 107(12): 93-93