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Vol 94, No 1sup (2012) CHARACTERIZATION OF XANTHOMONAS ARBORICOLA pv. JUGLANDIS ISOLATED FROM WALNUTS IN LITHUANIA Abstract   PDF
D. Burokiene, J. Pulawska
 
Vol 88, No 3 (2006) CHARACTERIZATION OF XANTHOMONAS AXONOPODIS PV. VESICATORIA ISOLATED FROM PEPPERS IN MACEDONIA Abstract   PDF
S. Mitrev, B. Kovačević
 
Vol 93, No 3 (2011) CHARACTERIZATION OF XANTHOMONAS CITRI subsp. MALVACEARUM CAUSING COTTON ANGULAR LEAF SPOT IN BRAZIL Abstract   PDF
J.C. Oliveira, G.M.R. Albuquerque, A.S. Xavier, R.L.R. Mariano, N.D. Suassuna, E.B. Souza
 
Vol 82, No 3 (2000) CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL ALTERNATIVES TO METHYL BROMIDE FOR SOIL DISINFESTATION: RESULTS AGAINST SOILBORNE DISEASES OF PROTECTED VEGETABLE CROPS Abstract   PDF
A. Minuto, G. Gilardi, A. Pomè, A. Garibaldi, M.L. Gullino
 
Vol 93, No 2 (2011) CHERRY CHLOROTIC RUSTY SPOT AND CHERRY LEAF SCORCH: TWO SIMILAR DISEASES ASSOCIATED WITH MYCOVIRUSES AND DOUBLE STRANDED RNAs Abstract   PDF
R. Carrieri, M. Barone, F. Di Serio, A. Abagnale, L. Covelli, M.T. Garcia Becedas, A. Ragozzino, D. Alioto
 
Vol 90, No 1 (2008) CHERRY LEAFROLL VIRUS IN JUGLANS REGIA IN THE LAKE VAN BASIN OF TURKEY Abstract   PDF
M.O. Ozturk, H.M. Sipahioglu, M. Ocak, M. Usta
 
Vol 96, No 2 (2014) CHINA ROSE (HIBISCUS ROSA-SINENSIS): A NEW NATURAL HOST OF COTTON LEAF CURL BUREWALA VIRUS IN PAKISTAN Abstract   PDF
K.P. Akhtar, R. Ullah, M. Saeed, N. Sarwar, S. Mansoor
 
Vol 92, No 2 (2010) CHITINOLYTIC BACILLUS spp. ISOLATES ANTAGONISTIC TO FUSARIUM MONILIFORME IN MAIZE Abstract   PDF
W. Bressan, J.E. Fontes Figueiredo
 
Vol 96, No 1 (2014) CHRYSANTHEMUM STUNT VIROID IN BRAZIL: SURVEY, IDENTIFICATION, BIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION AND DETECTION METHODS Abstract   PDF
D. Gobatto, A.L.R. Chaves, R. Harakava, J.M. Marque, J.A. Daròs, M. Eiras
 
Vol 97, No 1 (2015) CITRUS BACTERIAL CANKER PUSTULES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH LEAFMINER GALLERIES IN IRAN Abstract
M.R. Mirzaee
 
Vol 93, No 4sup (2011) CITRUS EXOCORTIS VIROID INFECTING TWENTY YEAR OLD SOLANUM JASMINOIDES PLANTS IN ITALY Abstract   PDF
R. Sorrentino, E.M. Torchetti, B. Navarro, E. Ragozzino, F. Di Serio, D. Alioto
 
Vol 95, No 2 (2013) CITRUS LEPROSIS VIRUS C INFECTS ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA, THE MODEL FOR PLANT-PATHOGEN INTERACTIONS Abstract   PDF
G.D. Arena, M.P. Bergamini, A.D. Tassi, E.W. Kitajima, K.S. Kubo, J. Freitas-Astúa
 
Vol 94, No 1 (2012) CITRUS TRISTEZA VIRUS ON THE ISLAND OF CRETE: A SURVEY AND DETECTION PROTOCOL APPLICATIONS Abstract   PDF
M. Shegani, D. Tsikou, A. Velimirovic, H. Afifi, A. Karayanni, A. Gazivoda, K. Manevski, I. Manakos, I.C. Livieratos
 
Vol 99, No 3 (2017) CITRUS VIROIDS IN TUNISIA: PREVALENCE AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION Abstract   PDF
A. Najar, I. Hamdi, A. Varsani, N. Duran-Vila
 
Vol 95, No 3 (2013) CITRUS WILSONII: BIOLOGICAL RESPONSE TO INFECTION WITH DIFFERENT CITRUS TRISTEZA VIRUS GENOTYPES Abstract   PDF
K. Hancevic, S. Cerni, G. Nolasco, T. Radic, J. Rosin, Z. Gatin, D. Skoric
 
Vol 82, No 1 (2000) CLASSICAL PLANT BREEDING FOR DURABLE RESISTANCE TO DISEASES Abstract   PDF
R. Johnson
 
Vol 97, No 3 (2015) CLASSIFICATION OF THE SESAME PHYTOPLASMA STRAINS IN INDIA AT THE 16SR SUBGROUP LEVEL Abstract
Madhupriya, G.P. Rao, A. Kumar, V.K. Baranwal
 
Vol 99, No 3 (2017) CLIMATE, POWDERY MILDEW, SAINFOIN RESISTANCE AND YIELD Abstract   PDF
B. Naseri, M.A. Alizadeh
 
Vol 93, No 2 (2011) CLONAL OUTBREAKS OF BACTERIAL CANKER CAUSED BY PSEUDOMONAS SYRINGAE pv. ACTINIDIAE ON ACTINIDIA CHINENSIS AND A. DELICIOSA IN ITALY Abstract   PDF
S. Marcelletti, M. Scortichini
 
Vol 95, No 2 (2013) CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF A NOVEL LACCASE GENE FROM PHYTOPHTHORA CAPSICI Abstract   PDF
B.Z. Feng, P.Q. Li
 
Vol 93, No 1 (2011) COLEUS, A NEW HOST FOR RALSTONIA SOLANACEARUM RACE 1 BIOVAR 3 IN INDIA Abstract   PDF
K.N. Chandrashekara, M.K. Prasannakumar, M. Deepa, A. Vani
 
Vol 94, No 4sup (2012) COLLETOTRICHUM COCCODES: A SOIL-BORNE PATHOGEN DANGEROUS TO A PEPPER ROOTSTOCK IN ITALY Abstract   PDF
A. Garibaldi, G. Gilardi, M. Baudino, G. Ortu, M.L. Gullino
 
Vol 99, No 2 (2017) COLLETOTRICHUM LINDEMUTHIANUM, THE CAUSAL AGENT OF BEAN ANTHRACNOSE Abstract   PDF
B.A. Padder, P.N. Sharma, H.E. Awale, J.D. Kelly
 
Vol 97, No 1 (2015) COLLETOTRICHUM SIAMENSE AND C. TRUNCATUM ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SEVERE OUTBREAKS OF ANTHRACNOSE ON ONION IN SOUTHWEST INDIA Abstract
P. Chowdappa, C.S. Chethana, K.V. Pavani
 
Vol 92, No 1 (2010) Collybia sp. causes white bark rot on grapevine Abstract   PDF
C. Dongiovanni, P. Pollastro, L. Catucci, S. Pollastro, F. Faretra
 
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