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- ESTIMATES ON THE IMPACT OF DISEASES AND DISEASE CONTROL IN ARABLE CROPS. E.C. Oerke.
- POWDERY MILDEW INDUCED TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS HVWRKY1 AND –2 MEDIATE COMPATIBILITY AND REPRESS THE DEFENSE RELATED GENE HVGER4C IN BARLEY. D. Liu, G. Langen and K.H. Kogel
- INFLUENCE OF THE LEAF SPOT COMPLEX OF BARLEY ON YIELD QUALITY AND QUANTITY IN RELATION TO THE CLIMATICALLY AND ECONOMICALLY CHANGING SITUATION AS A BASIS FOR INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT. M. Hess, M. Nyman, H. Hausladen, S. Weigand and R. Hückelhoven
- SITE–SPECIFIC MONITORING FOR DISEASE FORECASTING IN WINTER WHEAT. M. El Jarroudi, F. Giraud, P. Delfosse, M. Beyer, L. Hoffmann, H. Maraite and B. Tychon
- MYCOTOXINS: THEIR OCCURRENCE AND THEIR THREATS TO HEALTH AND FOOD SAFETY. R. Strange
- FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT OF BARLEY. A. Linkmeyer, M. Heß, R. Hückelhoven and H. Hausladen
- FOOD QUALITY IMPROVEMENT BY POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TOOLS. V. Balmas, L. Cogotzi, S. Fiori, A. Marcello, M. Orrù, B. Scherm, F. Spanu and Q. Migheli
- DETECTION AND QUANTIFICATION OF PECTOBACTERIUM ATROSEPTICUM DIRECTLY FROM DISEASED AND ASYMPTOMATIC TISSUES: A STUDY IN PATHOGEN TESTING USING ISOTHERMAL DNA AMPLIFICATION. D. Lee, H. Jones, A. Kretzschmar, J. Thomas and A. Cottage
- IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL FUNGAL PATHOGEN-ASSOCIATED MOLECULAR PATTERNS IN ARABIDOPSIS. M. Fraiture, W. Zhang, A. Gust and F. Brunner
- PROTEOMICS APPROACHES IN FUSARIUM SPECIES. M. Pasquali, K. Sergeant, T. Serchi, F. Giraud, J.P. Lasserre, S. Planchon, J. Renaut, T. Bohn and L. Hoffmann
- GLOMUS INTRARADICES, A BIOCONTROL AGENT AGAINST THE MAIZE PEST DIABROTICA VIRGIFERA VIRGIFERA LECONTE? F. Dematheis, B. Kurtz, S. Vidal, and K. Smalla
- HEALTH PROTECTION OF STRAWBERRY IN MONTENEGRO. N. Latinovic, J. Latinovic, S. Hrncic and D. Sukovic
- SENSITIVITY OF SIMULATED SURFACE WETNESS DURATION TO METEOROLOGICAL VARIATIONS IN THREE DIFFERENT REGIONS OF THE GRAND-DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG. A. Mahtour, M. El Jarroudi, L. Hoffmann and B. Tychon
- POLYMORPHISMS EXISTS IN THE LETTUCE POPULATION OF SCLEROTINIA SCLEROTIORUM IN GREENHOUSES. F. Mert-Turk
- FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT AFFECTS THE YIELD BUT NOT THE TOTAL PROTEIN CONTENT OF WINTER WHEAT. F. Mert-Turk, F. Kahriman, R. Gencer and C.O. Egesel
- AN RNA INTERFERING CONSTRUCT TARGETED AT THE TRICHOTHECENE BIOSYNTHESIS GENE TRI6 AFFECTS MYCOTOXIN PRODUCTION IN THE PLANT PATHOGENIC FUNGUS FUSARIUM CULMORUM. M. Orrù1, B. Scherm, V. Balmas, F. Spanu, E. Azara, G. Delogu, T.M. Hammond, N.P. Keller and Q. Migheli
- PUCCINIA STRIIFORMIS ANALYSIS BY SEQUENCE RELATED AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHISM. M. Pasquali, H. Komjati, D. Lee and R. Bayles
- COMPARISON OF FUSARIUM GENETIC CHEMOTYPING METHODS. M. Pasquali, M. Beyer, T. Bohn and L. Hoffmann
- PATHOGENICITY AND MYCOTOXIN PROFILE OF FUSARIUM TEMPERATUM, AN EMERGENT PATHOGEN OF MAIZE IN EUROPE. J. Scauflaire, M. Gourgue, A. Callebaut, L. Pussemier and F. Munaut
- EXTRACELLULAR DEGRADATION OF AFLATOXIN BY CERTAIN FUNGI PREVIOUSLY IDENTIFIED AS AFLATOXIN B1 BIODESTRUCTORS. N. Zhemchuzhina, L. Shcherbakova, O. Mikityuk, T. Nazarova, B. Campbell

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4454/jpp.v93i1sup.1215

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