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    1. Lahaye, T; Bonas, U
      Molecular secrets of bacterial type III effector proteins

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    2. Szurek, B; Marois, E; Bones, U; Van den Ackerveken, G
      Eukaryotic features of the Xanthomonas type III effector AvrBs3: protein domains involved in transcriptional activation and the interaction with nuclear import receptors from pepper

      PLANT JOURNAL
    3. O'Donnell, PJ; Jones, JB; Antoine, FR; Ciardi, J; Klee, HJ
      Ethylene-dependent salicylic acid regulates an expanded cell death response to a plant pathogen

      PLANT JOURNAL
    4. Louws, FJ; Wilson, M; Campbell, HL; Cuppels, DA; Jones, JB; Shoemaker, PB; Sahin, F; Miller, SA
      Field control of bacterial spot and bacterial speck of tomato using a plant activator

      PLANT DISEASE
    5. Romero, AM; Kousik, CS; Ritchie, DF
      Resistance to bacterial spot in bell pepper induced by acibenzolar-S-methyl

      PLANT DISEASE
    6. van Doorn, J; Hollinger, TC; Oudega, B
      Analysis of the type IV fimbrial-subunit gene fimA of Xanthomonas hyacinthi: Application in PCR-mediated detection of yellow disease in hyacinths

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Leach, JE; Cruz, CMV; Bai, JF; Leung, H
      Pathogen fitness penalty as a predictor of durability of disease resistance genes

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    8. Scott, JW; Jones, JB; Somodi, GC
      Inheritance of resistance in tomato to race T3 of the bacterial spot pathogen

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    9. Jones, JB; Bouzar, H; Stall, RE; Almira, EC; Roberts, PD; Bowen, BW; Sudberry, J; Strickler, PM; Chun, J
      Systematic analysis of xanthomonads (Xanthomonas spp.) associated with pepper and tomato lesions

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Sukhan, A
      The invasion-associated type III secretion system of Salmonella typhimurium: common and unique features

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    11. Iwamoto, M; Oku, T
      Cloning and molecular characterization of hrpX from Xanthomonas axonopodispv.citri

      DNA SEQUENCE
    12. Rossier, O; Van den Ackerveken, G; Bonas, U
      HrpB2 and HrpF from Xanthomonas are type III-secreted proteins and essential for pathogenicity and recognition by the host plant

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Poussier, S; Luisetti, J
      Specific detection of biovars of Ralstonia solanacearum in plant tissues by Nested-PCR-RFLP

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    14. Jung, HW; Hwang, BK
      Pepper gene encoding a basic beta-1,3-glucanase is differentially expressed in pepper tissues upon pathogen infection and ethephon or methyl jasmonate treatment

      PLANT SCIENCE
    15. Sotirova, YG; Bogatsevska, NS
      Evaluation of tomato wild species for resistance to race T1 nad T3 of Xanthomonas vesicatoria

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    16. Schell, MA
      Control of virulence and pathogenicity genes of Ralstonia solanacearum by an elaborate sensory network

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    17. Orth, K; Xu, ZH; Mudgett, MB; Bao, ZQ; Palmer, LE; Bliska, JB; Mangel, WF; Staskawicz, B; Dixon, JE
      Disruption of signaling by Yersinia effector YopJ, a ubiquitin-like protein protease

      SCIENCE
    18. Kim, YJ; Hwang, BK
      Pepper gene encoding a basic pathogenesis-related 1 protein is pathogen and ethylene inducible

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    19. Flaherty, JE; Jones, JB; Harbaugh, BK; Somodi, GC; Jackson, LE
      Control of bacterial spot on tomato in the greenhouse and field with h-mutant bacteriophages

      HORTSCIENCE
    20. Nurnberger, T
      Signal perception in plant pathogen defense

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    21. Bonas, U; Van den Ackerveken, G
      Gene-for-gene interactions: bacterial avirulence proteins specify plant disease resistance

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    22. Zhu, WG; Yang, B; Wills, N; Johnson, LB; White, FF
      The C terminus of AvrXa10 can be replaced by the transcriptional activation domain of VP16 from the herpes simplex virus

      PLANT CELL
    23. Brito, B; Marenda, M; Barberis, P; Boucher, C; Genin, S
      prhJ and hrpG, two new components of the plant signal-dependent regulatorycascade controlled by PrhA in Ralstonia solanacearum

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    24. Nomura, K; Nasser, W; Tsuyumu, S
      Self-regulation of pir, a regulatory protein responsible for hyperinduction of pectate lyase in Erwinia chrysanthemi EC16

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    25. Ciesiolka, LD; Hwin, T; Gearlds, JD; Minsavage, GV; Saenz, R; Bravo, M; Handley, V; Conover, SM; Zhang, H; Caporgno, J; Phengrasamy, NB; Toms, AO; Stall, RE; Whalen, MC
      Regulation of expression of avirulence gene avrRxv and identification of afamily of host interaction factors by sequence analysis of avrBsT

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    26. Jeger, MJ
      Improved understanding of dispersal in crop pest and disease management: current status and future directions

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    27. van Doorn, J; Ojanen-Reuhs, T; Hollinger, TC; Reuhs, BL; Schots, A; Boonekamp, PM; Oudega, B
      Development and application of pathovar-specific monoclonal antibodies that recognize the lipopolysaccharide O antigen and the type IV fimbriae of Xanthomonas hyacinthi

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    28. Poussier, S; Vandewalle, P; Luisetti, J
      Genetic diversity of African and worldwide strains of Ralstonia solanacearum as determined by PCR-restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of the hrp gene region

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    29. Subramanya, SR
      Pepper improvement with emphasis on deployment of bacterial spot resistantgenes

      SOIL AND CROP SCIENCE SOCIETY OF FLORIDA PROCEEDINGS
    30. Louws, FJ; Rademaker, JLW; de Bruijn, FJ
      The three Ds of PCR-based genomic analysis of phytobacteria: Diversity, detection, and disease diagnosis

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    31. Tai, T; Dahlbeck, D; Stall, RE; Peleman, J; Staskawicz, BJ
      High-resolution genetic and physical mapping of the region containing the Bs2 resistance gene of pepper

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    32. Hoffman, T; Schmidt, JS; Zheng, XY; Bent, AF
      Isolation of ethylene-insensitive soybean mutants that are altered in pathogen susceptibility and gene-for-gene disease resistance

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    33. O'Garro, LW; Gore, JP; Ferguson, E
      Races of Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria overcoming the gene Bs2 for bacterial spot resistance in pepper, prevalent on Capsicum chinense in Barbados and Grenada and weakly pathogenic an bell pepper and tomato in the field

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    34. Bouzar, H; Jones, JB; Stall, RE; Louws, FJ; Schneider, M; Rademaker, JLW; de Bruijn, FJ; Jackson, LE
      Multiphasic analysis of xanthomonads causing bacterial spot disease on tomato and pepper in the Caribbean and Central America: Evidence for common lineages within and between countries

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    35. Kousik, CS; Ritchie, DE
      Development of bacterial spot on near-isogenic lines of bell pepper carrying gene pyramids composed of defeated major resistance genes

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    36. Tai, TH; Dahlbeck, D; Clark, ET; Gajiwala, P; Pasion, R; Whalen, MC; Stall, RE; Staskawicz, BJ
      Expression of the Bs2 pepper gene confers resistance to bacterial spot disease in tomato

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    37. Jackson, RW; Athanassopoulos, E; Tsiamis, G; Mansfield, JW; Sesma, A; Arnold, DL; Gibbon, MJ; Murillo, J; Taylor, JD; Vivian, A
      Identification of a pathogenicity island, which contains genes for virulence and avirulence, on a large native plasmid in the bean pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pathovar phaseolicola

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    38. Rossier, O; Wengelnik, K; Hahn, K; Bonas, U
      The Xanthomonas Hrp type III system secretes proteins from plant and mammalian bacterial pathogens

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    39. COLLMER A
      DETERMINANTS OF PATHOGENICITY AND AVIRULENCE IN PLANT-PATHOGENIC BACTERIA

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    40. Cornelis, GR; Boland, A; Boyd, AP; Geuijen, C; Iriarte, M; Neyt, C; Sory, MP; Stainier, I
      The virulence plasmid of Yersinia, an antihost genome

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    41. LUND ST; STALL RE; KLEE HJ
      ETHYLENE REGULATES THE SUSCEPTIBLE RESPONSE TO PATHOGEN INFECTION IN TOMATO

      The Plant cell
    42. MOLINA A; HUNT MD; RYALS JA
      IMPAIRED FUNGICIDE ACTIVITY IN PLANTS BLOCKED IN DISEASE RESISTANCE SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      The Plant cell
    43. OKU T; WAKASAKI Y; ADACHI N; KADO CI; TSUCHIYA K; HIBI T
      PATHOGENICITY, NONHOST HYPERSENSITIVITY AND HOST-DEFENSE NONPERMISSIBILITY REGULATORY GENE HRPX IS HIGHLY CONSERVED IN XANTHOMONAS PATHOVARS

      Journal of phytopathology
    44. ZHU WG; YANG B; CHITTOOR JM; JOHNSON LB; WHITE FF
      AVRXA10 CONTAINS AN ACIDIC TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION DOMAIN IN THE FUNCTIONALLY CONSERVED C-TERMINUS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    45. Collmer, A; Beer, SV
      hrp genes and their function

      METHODS IN MICROBIOLOGY, VOL 27
    46. Bonas, U
      Avirulence genes

      METHODS IN MICROBIOLOGY, VOL 27
    47. OGARRO LW
      BACTERIAL SPOT OF TOMATO AND PEPPER ON 4 EAST CARIBBEAN ISLANDS - RACES, THEIR ABUNDANCE, DISTRIBUTION, AGGRESSIVENESS, AND PROSPECTS FOR CONTROL

      Plant disease
    48. KOUSIK CS; RITCHIE DF
      RESPONSE OF BELL PEPPER CULTIVARS TO BACTERIAL SPOT PATHOGEN RACES THAT INDIVIDUALLY OVERCOME MAJOR RESISTANCE GENES

      Plant disease
    49. ROBERTS PD; HODGE NC; BOUZAR H; JONES JB; STALL RE; BERGER RD; CHASE AR
      RELATEDNESS OF STRAINS OF XANTHOMONAS-FRAGARIAE BY RESTRICTION-FRAGMENT-LENGTH-POLYMORPHISM, DNA-DNA REASSOCIATION, AND FATTY-ACID ANALYSES

      Applied and environmental microbiology (Print)
    50. JONES JB; STALL RE; BOUZAR H
      DIVERSITY AMONG XANTHOMONADS PATHOGENIC ON PEPPER AND TOMATO

      Annual review of phytopathology
    51. HUTCHESON SW
      CURRENT CONCEPTS OF ACTIVE DEFENSE IN PLANTS

      Annual review of phytopathology
    52. HE SY
      TYPE-III PROTEIN SECRETION SYSTEMS IN PLANT AND ANIMAL PATHOGENIC BACTERIA

      Annual review of phytopathology
    53. LOUWS FJ; BELL J; MEDINAMORA CM; SMART CD; OPGENORTH D; ISHIMARU CA; HAUSBECK MK; DEBRUIJN FJ; FULBRIGHT DW
      REP-PCR-MEDIATED GENOMIC FINGERPRINTING - A RAPID AND EFFECTIVE METHOD TO IDENTIFY CLAVIBACTER-MICHIGANENSIS

      Phytopathology
    54. ALARCON C; CASTRO J; MUNOZ F; ARCEJOHNSON P; DELGADO J
      PROTEIN(S) FROM THE GRAM-POSITIVE BACTERIUM CLAVIBACTER-MICHIGANENSISSUBSP MICHIGANENSIS INDUCES A HYPERSENSITIVE RESPONSE IN PLANTS

      Phytopathology
    55. HAM JH; BAUER DW; FOUTS DE; COLLMER A
      A CLONED ERWINIA-CHRYSANTHEMI HRP (TYPE-III PROTEIN SECRETION) SYSTEMFUNCTIONS IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI TO DELIVER PSEUDOMONAS-SYRINGAE AVR SIGNALS TO PLANT-CELLS AND TO SECRETE AVR PROTEINS IN CULTURE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    56. PRESTON G; DENG WL; HUANG HC; COLLMER A
      NEGATIVE REGULATION OF HRP GENES IN PSEUDOMONAS-SYRINGAE BY HRPV

      Journal of bacteriology
    57. HUECK CJ
      TYPE-III PROTEIN SECRETION SYSTEMS IN BACTERIAL PATHOGENS OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS

      Microbiology and molecular biology reviews
    58. VIVIAN A; GIBBON MJ
      AVIRULENCE GENES IN PLANT-PATHOGENIC BACTERIA - SIGNALS OR WEAPONS

      Microbiology
    59. BONAS U; VANDENACKERVEKEN G
      RECOGNITION OF BACTERIAL AVIRULENCE PROTEINS OCCURS INSIDE THE PLANT-CELL - A GENERAL PHENOMENON IN RESISTANCE TO BACTERIAL DISEASES

      Plant journal
    60. GAUDRIAULT S; MALANDRIN L; PAULIN JP; BARNY MA
      DSPA, AN ESSENTIAL PATHOGENICITY FACTOR OF ERWINIA-AMYLOVORA SHOWING HOMOLOGY WITH AVRE OF PSEUDOMONAS-SYRINGAE, IS SECRETED VIA THE HRP SECRETION PATHWAY IN A DSPB-DEPENDENT WAY

      Molecular microbiology
    61. GOYER C; BEAULIEU C
      HOST-RANGE OF STREPTOMYCETE STRAINS CAUSING COMMON SCAB

      Plant disease
    62. ROBERTS PD; BERGER RD; JONES JB; CHANDLER CK; STALL RE
      DISEASE PROGRESS, YIELD LOSS, AND CONTROL OF XANTHOMONAS-FRAGARIAE ONSTRAWBERRY PLANTS

      Plant disease
    63. KUFLU KM; CUPPELS DA
      DEVELOPMENT OF A DIAGNOSTIC DNA-PROBE FOR XANTHOMONADS CAUSING BACTERIAL SPOT OF PEPPERS AND TOMATOES

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    64. LINDGREN PB
      THE ROLE OF HRP GENES DURING PLANT-BACTERIAL INTERACTIONS

      Annual review of phytopathology
    65. ALFANO JR; COLLMER A
      THE TYPE-III (HRP) SECRETION PATHWAY OF PLANT-PATHOGENIC BACTERIA - TRAFFICKING HARPINS, AVR PROTEINS, AND DEATH

      Journal of bacteriology
    66. SCOTT JW; MILLER SA; STALL RE; JONES JB; SOMODI GC; BARBOSA V; FRANCIS DL; SAHIN F
      RESISTANCE TO RACE T2 OF THE BACTERIAL SPOT PATHOGEN IN TOMATO

      HortScience
    67. LANE RP; MCCARTER SM; KUHN CW; DEOM CM
      DEMPSEY, A VIRUS-RESISTANT AND BACTERIAL SPOT-RESISTANT BELL PEPPER

      HortScience
    68. VAUTERIN L; SWINGS J
      ARE CLASSIFICATION AND PHYTOPATHOLOGICAL DIVERSITY COMPATIBLE IN XANTHOMONAS

      Journal of industrial microbiology & biotechnology
    69. PIRHONEN MU; LIDELL MC; ROWLEY DL; LEE SW; JIN SM; LIANG YQ; SILVERSTONE S; KEEN NT; HUTCHESON SW
      PHENOTYPIC-EXPRESSION OF PSEUDOMONAS-SYRINGAE AVR GENES IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI IS LINKED TO THE ACTIVITIES OF THE HRP-ENCODED SECRETION SYSTEM

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    70. YANG YN; YUAN QP; GABRIEL DW
      WATERSOAKING FUNCTION(S) OF XCMH1005 ARE REDUNDANTLY ENCODED BY MEMBERS OF THE XANTHOMONAS AVR PTH GENE FAMILY/

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    71. PERNEZNY K; DATNOFF LE; MUELLER T; COLLINS J
      LOSSES IN FRESH-MARKET TOMATO PRODUCTION IN FLORIDA DUE TO TARGET SPOT AND BACTERIAL SPOT AND THE BENEFITS OF PROTECTANT FUNGICIDES

      Plant disease
    72. KEINATH AP; DUBOSE VB; RATHWELL PJ
      EFFICACY AND ECONOMICS OF 3 FUNGICIDE APPLICATION SCHEDULES FOR EARLYBLIGHT CONTROL AND YIELD OF FRESH-MARKET TOMATO

      Plant disease
    73. ROBERTS PD; JONES JB; CHANDLER CK; STALL RE; BERGER RD
      SURVIVAL OF XANTHOMONAS-FRAGARIAE ON STRAWBERRY IN SUMMER NURSERIES IN FLORIDA DETECTED BY SPECIFIC PRIMERS AND NESTED POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION

      Plant disease
    74. CARRILLO A; PUENTE ME; BASHAN Y
      APPLICATION OF DILUTED CHLORINE DIOXIDE TO RADISH AND LETTUCE NURSERIES INSIGNIFICANTLY REDUCED PLANT DEVELOPMENT

      Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
    75. POOLER MR; RITCHIE DF; HARTUNG JS
      GENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS AMONG STRAINS OF XANTHOMONAS-FRAGARIAE BASED ONRANDOM AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA PCR, REPETITIVE EXTRAGENIC PALINDROMIC PCR, AND ENTEROBACTERIAL REPETITIVE INTERGENIC CONSENSUS PCR DATA AND GENERATION OF MULTIPLEXED PCR PRIMERS USEFUL FOR THE IDENTIFICATIONOF THIS PHYTOPATHOGEN

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    76. VANDENACKERVEKEN G; MAROIS E; BONAS U
      RECOGNITION OF THE BACTERIAL AVIRULENCE PROTEIN AVRBS3 OCCURS INSIDE THE HOST-PLANT CELL

      Cell
    77. LEACH JE; WHITE FF
      BACTERIAL AVIRULENCE GENES

      Annual review of phytopathology
    78. KOUSIK CS; SANDERS DC; RITCHIE DF
      MIXED GENOTYPES COMBINED WITH COPPER SPRAYS TO MANAGE BACTERIAL SPOT OF BELL PEPPERS

      Phytopathology
    79. KOUSIK CS; RITCHIE DF
      DISEASE POTENTIAL OF PEPPER BACTERIAL SPOT PATHOGEN RACES THAT OVERCOME THE BS2 GENE FOR RESISTANCE

      Phytopathology
    80. BARNY MA
      ERWINIA-AMYLOVORA HRPN MUTANTS, BLOCKED IN HARPIN SYNTHESIS, EXPRESS A REDUCED VIRULENCE ON HOST PLANTS AND ELICIT VARIABLE HYPERSENSITIVE REACTIONS ON TOBACCO

      European journal of plant pathology
    81. YANG YN; GABRIEL DW
      XANTHOMONAS AVIRULENCE PATHOGENICITY GENE FAMILY ENCODES FUNCTIONAL-PLANT NUCLEAR TARGETING SIGNALS/

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    82. PERNEZNY K; KUDELA V; KOKOSKOVA B; HLADKA I
      BACTERIAL DISEASES OF TOMATO IN THE CZECH AND SLOVAK REPUBLICS AND LACK OF STREPTOMYCIN RESISTANCE AMONG COPPER-TOLERANT BACTERIAL STRAINS

      Crop protection
    83. ZAPATA M
      BACTERIAL SPOT ON PEPPER CAUSED BY XANTHOMONAS-CAMPESTRIS PV VESICATORIA, RACE-2, FROM THE SOUTH COAST OF PUERTO-RICO

      The Journal of agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico
    84. NEWTON AC; ANDRIVON D
      ASSUMPTIONS AND IMPLICATIONS OF CURRENT GENE-FOR-GENE HYPOTHESES

      Plant Pathology
    85. YANG YO; GABRIEL DW
      INTRAGENIC RECOMBINATION OF A SINGLE PLANT PATHOGEN GENE PROVIDES A MECHANISM FOR THE EVOLUTION OF NEW HOST SPECIFICITIES

      Journal of bacteriology
    86. SALMERON JM; BARKER SJ; CARLAND FM; MEHTA AY; STASKAWICZ BJ
      TOMATO MUTANTS ALTERED IN BACTERIAL DISEASE RESISTANCE PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR A NEW LOCUS CONTROLLING PATHOGEN RECOGNITION

      The Plant cell
    87. CHASAN R
      PLANT-PATHOGEN ENCOUNTERS IN EDINBURGH

      The Plant cell
    88. CHASAN R
      PLANT-PATHOGEN ENCOUNTERS IN EDINBURGH

      The Plant cell
    89. SINGH R; CHAND R
      DISTRIBUTION OF RESISTANCE TO COPPER, ZINC AND STREPTOMYCIN IN XANTHOMONAS-CAMPESTRIS PV VESICATORIA (DOIDGE) DYE IN INDIA AND ITS IMPACT ON CONTROL OF BACTERIAL SPOT OF TOMATO

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz
    90. RADIX P; SEIGLEMURANDI F; CHARLOT G
      WALNUT BLIGHT - DEVELOPMENT OF FRUIT INFECTION IN 2 ORCHARDS

      Crop protection
    91. POHRONEZNY K; SOMMERFELD ML; RAID RN
      STREPTOMYCIN RESISTANCE AND COPPER TOLERANCE AMONG STRAINS OF PSEUDOMONAS-CICHORII IN CELERY SEEDBEDS

      Plant disease
    92. SUNDIN GW; DEMEZAS DH; BENDER CL
      GENETIC AND PLASMID DIVERSITY WITHIN NATURAL-POPULATIONS OF PSEUDOMONAS-SYRINGAE WITH VARIOUS EXPOSURES TO COPPER AND STREPTOMYCIN BACTERICIDES

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    93. ROGERS JS; CLARK E; CIRVILLERI G; LINDOW SE
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GENES CONFERRING COPPER RESISTANCE INEPIPHYTIC ICE NUCLEATION-ACTIVE PSEUDOMONAS-SYRINGAE STRAINS

      Phytopathology
    94. WANG JF; STALL RE; VALLEJOS CE
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF A COMPLEX HYPERSENSITIVE REACTION TO BACTERIAL SPOT IN TOMATO

      Phytopathology
    95. SOMODI GC; JONES JB; SCOTT JW; JONES JP
      SCREENING TOMATO SEEDLINGS FOR RESISTANCE TO BACTERIAL SPOT

      HortScience
    96. OKUBARA PA; ANDERSON PA; OCHOA OE; MICHELMORE RW
      MUTANTS OF DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN LACTUCA-SATIVA (LETTUCE)

      Genetics
    97. BASHAN Y
      SYMPTOM EXPRESSION AND ETHYLENE PRODUCTION IN LEAF-BLIGHT OF COTTON CAUSED BY ALTERNARIA-MACROSPORA AND ALTERNARIA-ALTERNATA ALONE AND IN COMBINATION

      Canadian journal of botany
    98. BASHAN Y
      SYMPTOMLESS INFECTIONS IN ALTERNARIA LEAF-BLIGHT OF COTTON

      Canadian journal of botany
    99. KAMOUN S; KLUCHER KM; COFFEY MD; TYLER BM
      A GENE ENCODING A HOST-SPECIFIC ELICITOR PROTEIN OF PHYTOPHTHORA-PARASITICA

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    100. KRITZMAN G
      A CHEMI-THERMAL TREATMENT FOR CONTROL OF SEED-BORNE BACTERIAL PATHOGENS OF TOMATO

      Phytoparasitica


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