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    1. Kirby, NV; Daeuble, JF; Davis, LN; Hannum, AC; Hellwig, K; Lawler, LK; Parker, MH; Pieczko, ME
      Synthesis and fungicidal activity of a series of novel aryloxylepidines

      PEST MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
    2. Kang, ZS; Huang, LL; Krieg, U; Mauler-Machnik, A; Buchenauer, H
      Effects of tebuconazole on morphology, structure, cell wall components andtrichothecene production of Fusarium culmorum in vitro

      PEST MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
    3. Hahn, M; Mendgen, K
      Signal and nutrient exchange at biotrophic plant-fungus interfaces

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    4. Czembor, JH
      Resistance to powdery mildew in selections from barley landraces collectedin Greece

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCE IN FINLAND
    5. Thomas, SW; Rasmussen, SW; Glaring, MA; Rouster, JA; Christiansen, SK; Oliver, RP
      Gene identification in the obligate fungal pathogen Blumeria graminis by expressed sequence tag analysis

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    6. Zhou, FS; Kurth, JC; Wei, FS; Elliott, C; Vale, G; Yahiaoui, N; Keller, B; Somerville, S; Wise, R; Schulze-Lefert, P
      Cell-autonomous expression of barley Mla1 confers race-specific resistanceto the powdery mildew fungus via a Rar1-independent signaling pathway

      PLANT CELL
    7. Mellersh, DG; Heath, MC
      Plasma membrane-cell wall adhesion is required for expression of plant defense responses during fungal penetration

      PLANT CELL
    8. Halterman, D; Zhou, FS; Wei, FS; Wise, RP; Schulze-Lefert, P
      The MLA6 coiled-coil, NBS-LRR protein confers AvrMla6-dependent resistancespecificity to Blumeria graminis f. sp hordei in barley and wheat

      PLANT JOURNAL
    9. Ayliffe, MA; Dodds, PN; Lawrence, GJ
      Characterisation of a beta-tubulin gene from Melampsora lini and comparison of fungal beta-tubulin genes

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    10. Gernns, H; von Alten, H; Poehling, HM
      Arbuscular mycorrhiza increased the activity of a biotrophic leaf pathogen- is a compensation possible?

      MYCORRHIZA
    11. Hajimorad, MR; Hill, JH
      Rsv1-mediated resistance against Soybean mosaic virus-N is hypersensitive response-independent at inoculation site, but has the potential to initiatea hypersensitive response-like mechanism

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    12. Carver, TLW; Roberts, PC; Thomas, BJ; Lyngkaer, MF
      Inhibition of Blumeria graminis germination and germling development within colonies of oat mildew

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    13. Zhang, ZG; Gurr, SJ
      Expression and sequence analysis of the Blumeria graminis mitogen-activated protein kinase genes, mpk1 and mpk2

      GENE
    14. Kang, Z; Huang, LL; Buchenauer, H
      Ultrastructural and cytochemical studies of effects of the fungicide metconazole on Fusarium culmorum in vitro

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    15. Karaoglanidis, GS; Ioannidis, PM; Thanassoulopoulos, CC
      Influence of fungicide spray schedules on the sensitivity of Cercospora beticola to the sterol demethylation-inhibiting fungicide flutriafol

      CROP PROTECTION
    16. Haugaard, H; Jorgensen, HJL; Lyngkjaer, MF; Smedegaard-Petersen, V; Collinge, DB
      Control of Blumeria graminis f.sp hordei by treatment with mycelial extracts from cultured fungi

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    17. Bousset, L; Schaeffer, B; de Vallavieille-Pope, C
      Effect of early infection on pathotype frequencies in barley powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis f.sp hordei) populations in field plots

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    18. Bertelsen, JR; de Neergaard, E; Smedegaard-Petersen, V
      Fungicidal effects of azoxystrobin and epoxiconazole on phyllosphere fungi, senescence and yield of winter wheat

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    19. Ngugi, HK; King, SB; Holt, J; Julian, AM
      Simultaneous temporal progress of sorghum anthracnose and leaf blight in crop mixtures with disparate patterns

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    20. Lannou, C
      Intrapathotype diversity for aggressiveness and pathogen evolution in cultivar mixtures

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    21. Reignault, P; Cogan, A; Muchembled, J; Sahraoui, ALH; Durand, R; Sancholle, M
      Trehalose induces resistance to powdery mildew in wheat

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    22. Rosenzweig, N; Volz, PA
      Colony growth rates of microfungal isolates from the north and south facing slopes of Evolution Canyon, Mount Carmel, Israel, after irradiation at 10(6) rads Co-60

      MICROBIOS
    23. Mishra, AN; Kaushal, K; Varma, PK; Pandey, HN
      Effect of loose smut (Ustilago segetum f sp tritici) infection in the enhancement of susceptibility to stem rust (Puccinia graminis f sp tritici) of wheat (Triticum aestivum)

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    24. Kinane, JT; Jones, PW
      Isolation of wheat mutants with increased resistance to powdery mildew from small induced variant populations

      EUPHYTICA
    25. Shaw, BD; Hoch, HC
      Ca2+ regulation of Phyllosticta ampelicida pycnidiospore germination and appressorium formation

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    26. Chaure, P; Gurr, SJ; Spanu, P
      Stable transformation of Erysiphe graminis, an obligate biotrophic pathogen of barley

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    27. Stummer, BE; Zanker, T; Scott, ES; Whisson, DL
      Genetic diversity in populations of Uncinula necator: comparison of RFLP- and PCR-based approaches

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    28. Czembor, JH; Czembor, HJ
      Powdery mildew resistance in barley landraces from Morocco

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    29. Bender, CM; Pretorius, ZA; Kloppers, FJ; Spies, JJ
      Histopathology of leaf rust infection and development in wheat genotypes containing Lr12 and Lr13

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    30. Kinane, JT; Jones, PW
      Components of partial resistance to powdery mildew in wheat mutants

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    31. Czembor, JH
      Resistance to powdery mildew in populations of barley landraces from Morocco

      GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
    32. Kinane, J; Dalvin, S; Bindslev, L; Hall, A; Gurr, S; Oliver, R
      Evidence that the cAMP pathway controls emergence of both primary and appressorial germ tubes of barley powdery mildew

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    33. Wright, AJ; Carver, TLW; Thomas, BJ; Fenwick, NID; Kunoh, H; Nicholson, RL
      The rapid and accurate determination of germ tube emergence site by Blumeria graminis conidia

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    34. Walters, DR
      Polyamines in plant-microbe interactions

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    35. Wang, CL; Chin, CK; Gianfagna, T
      Relationship between cutin monomers and tomato resistance to powdery mildew infection

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    36. Gaudet, DA; Laroche, A; Frick, M; Davoren, J; Puchalski, B; Ergon, A
      Expression of plant defence-related (PR-protein) transcripts during hardening and dehardening of winter wheat

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    37. Stadnik, MJ; Buchenauer, H
      Inhibition of phenylalanine ammonia-lyase suppresses the resistance induced by benzothiadiazole in wheat to Blumeria graminis f. sp tritici

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    38. Schweizer, P; Kmecl, A; Carpita, N; Dudler, R
      A soluble carbohydrate elicitor from Blumeria graminis f. sp tritici is recognized by a broad range of cereals

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    39. Nielsen, KA; Nicholson, RL; Carver, TLW; Kunoh, H; Oliver, RP
      First touch: An immediate response to surface recognition in conidia of Blumeria graminis

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    40. Baker, SJ; Newton, AC; Gurr, SJ
      Cellular characteristics of temporary partial breakdown of mlo-resistance in barley to powdery mildew

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    41. Czembor, JH
      Resistance to powdery mildew in populations of barley landraces from Morocco

      AUSTRALASIAN PLANT PATHOLOGY
    42. Kinane, JT; Jones, PW
      A note on the identification of virulence factors in the wheat powdery mildew (Erysiphe graminis f. sp tritici) population in Co. Cork in 1995

      IRISH JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD RESEARCH
    43. Klem, K
      Fungicide resistance of Blumeria graminis f. sp tritici and f. sp hordei populations in the territory of the Czech Republic

      ROSTLINNA VYROBA
    44. Newton, AC; Guy, DC; Gaunt, RE; Thomas, WTB
      The effect of powdery mildew inoculum pressure and fertilizer levels on disease tolerance in spring barley

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    45. Czembor, JH; Czembor, HJ
      Powdery mildew resistance in selections from Moroccan barley landraces

      PHYTOPARASITICA
    46. Muchembled, J; Sahraoui, ALH; Grandmougin-Ferjani, A; Sancholle, M
      Effect of age on the fatty acid content of Blumeria graminis conidia

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    47. Hovmoller, MS; Caffier, V; Jalli, M; Andersen, O; Besenhofer, G; Czembor, JH; Dreiseitl, A; Felsenstein, F; Fleck, A; Heinrics, F; Jonsson, R; Limpert, E; Mercer, P; Plesnik, S; Rashal, I; Skinnes, H; Slater, S; Vronska, O
      The European barley powdery mildew virulence survey and disease nursery 1993-1999

      AGRONOMIE
    48. Finckh, MR; Gacek, ES; Goyeau, H; Lannou, C; Merz, U; Mundt, CC; Munk, L; Nadziak, J; Newton, AC; de Vallavieille-Pope, C; Wolfe, MS
      Cereal variety and species mixtures in practice, with emphasis on disease resistance

      AGRONOMIE
    49. Dreiseitl, A; Jorgensen, JH
      Powdery mildew resistance in Czech and Slovak barley cultivars

      PLANT BREEDING
    50. Liu, J; Liu, D; Tao, W; Li, W; Wang, S; Chen, P; Cheng, S; Gao, D
      Molecular marker-facilitated pyramiding of different genes for powdery mildew resistance in wheat

      PLANT BREEDING
    51. Jetter, R; Schaffer, S; Riederer, M
      Leaf cuticular waxes are arranged in chemically and mechanically distinct layers: evidence from Prunus laurocerasus L.

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    52. Sierotzki, H; Wullschleger, J; Gisi, U
      Point mutation in cytochrome b gene conferring resistance to strobilurin fungicides in Erysiphe graminis f. sp tritici field isolates

      PESTICIDE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    53. Paillard, S; Goldringer, I; Enjalbert, J; Doussinault, G; de Vallavieille-Pope, C; Brabant, P
      Evolution of resistance against powdery mildew in winter wheat populationsconducted under dynamic management. I - Is specific seedling resistance selected?

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    54. Paillard, S; Goldringer, I; Enjalbert, J; Trottet, M; David, J; de Vallavieille-Pope, C; Brabant, P
      Evolution of resistance against powdery mildew in winter wheat populationsconducted under dynamic management. II. Adult plant resistance

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    55. Vanacker, H; Carver, TLW; Foyer, CH
      Early H2O2 accumulation in mesophyll cells leads to induction of glutathione during the hyper-sensitive response in the barley-powdery mildew interaction

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    56. Rodgers-Gray, BS; Shaw, MW
      Substantial reductions in winter wheat diseases caused by addition of straw but not manure to soil

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    57. Xu, XM; Ridout, MS
      Stochastic simulation of the spread of race-specific and race-nonspecific aerial fungal pathogens in cultivar mixtures

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    58. Hoffland, E; Jeger, MJ; van Beusichem, ML
      Effect of nitrogen supply rate on disease resistance in tomato depends on the pathogen

      PLANT AND SOIL
    59. Villareal, LMMA; Lannou, C
      Selection for increased spore efficacy by host genetic background in a wheat powdery mildew population

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    60. Akem, C; Ceccarelli, S; Erskine, W; Lenne, J
      Using genetic diversity for disease resistance in agricultural production

      OUTLOOK ON AGRICULTURE
    61. Rumbolz, J; Kassemeyer, HH; Steinmetz, V; Deising, HB; Mendgen, K; Mathys, D; Wirtz, S; Guggenheim, R
      Differentiation of infection structures of the powdery mildew fungus Uncinula necator and adhesion to the host cuticle

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    62. Rubiales, D; Carver, TLW
      Defence reactions of Hordeum chilense accessions to three formae specialesof cereal powdery mildew fungi

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    63. Muchembled, J; Sahraoui, ALH; Grandmougin-Ferjani, A; Sancholle, M
      Changes in sterol composition with ontogeny of Blumeria graminis conidia

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    64. Jones, HE; Whipps, JM; Thomas, BJ; Carver, TLW; Gurr, SJ
      Initial events in the colonisation of tomatoes by Oidium lycopersici, a distinct powdery mildew fungus of Lycopersicon species

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    65. Peltonen, S
      Induced defence responses of cereals to pathogen attack

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCE IN FINLAND
    66. Molina, A; Volrath, S; Guyer, D; Maleck, K; Ryals, J; Ward, E
      Inhibition of protoporphyrinogen oxidase expression in Arabidopsis causes a lesion-mimic phenotype that induces systemic acquired resistance

      PLANT JOURNAL
    67. Shaw, BD; Hoch, HC
      The pycnidiospore of Phyllosticta ampelicida: surface properties involved in substratum attachment and germination

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    68. Carver, TLW; Kunoh, H; Thomas, BJ; Nicholson, RL
      Release and visualization of the extracellular matrix of conidia of Blumeria graminis

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    69. Ruiz-Lozano, JM; Gianinazzi, S; Gianinazzi-Pearson, V
      Genes involved in resistance to powdery mildew in barley differentially modulate root colonization by the mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae

      MYCORRHIZA
    70. Newton, MR; Wright, AS; Kinkel, LL; Leonard, KJ
      Competition alters temporal dynamics of sporulation in the wheat stem rustfungus

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    71. Stadnik, MJ; Buchenauer, H
      Accumulation of autofluorogenic compounds at the penetration site of Blumeria graminis f. sp tritici is associated with both benzothiadiazole-inducedand quantitative resistance of wheat

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    72. Manandhar, HK; Mathur, SB; Smedegaard-Petersen, V; Thordal-Christensen, H
      Accumulation of transcripts for pathogenesis-related proteins and peroxidase in rice plants triggered by Pyricularia oryzae, Bipolaris sorokiniana and u.v. light

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    73. Lyngkjaer, MF; Carver, TLW
      Induced accessibility and inaccessibility to Blumeria graminis f.sp hordeiin barley epidermal cells attacked by a compatible isolate

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    74. Lyngkjaer, HF; Carver, TLW
      Modification of mlo5 resistance to Blumeria graminis attack in barley as aconsequence of induced accessibility and inaccessibility

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    75. Pryce-Jones, E; Carver, T; Gurr, SJ
      The roles of cellulase enzymes and mechanical force in host penetration byErysiphe graminis f.sp hordei

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    76. Carver, TLW; Lyngkjaer, MF; Neyron, L; Strudwicke, CC
      Induction of cellular accessibility and inaccessibility and suppression and potentiation of cell death in oat attacked by Blumeria graminis f.sp avenae

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    77. Richael, C; Gilchrist, D
      The hypersensitive response: A case of hold or fold?

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    78. Commenil, P; Belingheri, L; Bauw, G; Dehorter, B
      Molecular characterization of a lipase induced in Botrytis cinerea by components of grape berry cuticle

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    79. Yamaoka, N; Takeuchi, Y
      Morphogenesis of the powdery mildew fungus in water (4) The significance of conidium adhesion to the substratum for normal appressorium development in water

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    80. Stadnik, MJ; Buchenauer, H
      Control of wheat diseases by a benzothiadiazole-derivative and modern fungicides

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    81. Hedke, K; Verreet, JA
      Efficacy of single fungicide treatments in winter wheat using recommended and reduced dosages

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    82. Czembor, JH; Johnston, MR
      Resistance to powdery mildew in selections from Tunisian landraces of barley

      PLANT BREEDING
    83. Liu, Z; Sun, Q; Ni, Z; Yang, T
      Development of SCAR markers linked to the Pm21 gene conferring resistance to powdery mildew in common wheat

      PLANT BREEDING
    84. Limpert, E; Godet, F; Muller, K
      Dispersal of cereal mildews across Europe

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    85. Dreiseitl, A; Pickering, RA
      Pathogenicity of Blumeria graminis f. sp hordei in New Zealand in 1997

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF CROP AND HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    86. Keller, M; Keller, B; Schachermayr, G; Winzeler, M; Schmid, JE; Stamp, P; Messmer, MM
      Quantitative trait loci for resistance against powdery mildew in a segregating wheat x spelt population

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    87. Bliffeld, M; Mundy, J; Potrykus, I; Futterer, J
      Genetic engineering of wheat for increased resistance to powdery mildew disease

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    88. Vanacker, H; Foyer, CH; Carver, TLW
      Changes in apoplastic antioxidants induced by powdery mildew attack in oatgenotypes with race non-specific resistance

      PLANTA
    89. Kristensen, BK; Bloch, H; Rasmussen, SK
      Barley coleoptile peroxidases. Purification, molecular cloning, and induction by pathogens

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    90. Huckelhoven, R; Fodor, J; Preis, C; Kogel, KH
      Hypersensitive cell death and papilla formation in barley attacked by the powdery mildew fungus are associated with hydrogen peroxide but not with salicylic acid accumulation

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    91. Falak, I; Falk, DE; Tinker, NA; Mather, DE
      Resistance to powdery mildew in a doubled haploid barley population and its association with marker loci

      EUPHYTICA
    92. JONSSON R; BRYNGELSSON T; JALLI M; GUSTAFSSON M
      EFFECT OF GROWTH STAGE ON RESISTANCE TO DRECHSLERA-TERES F TERES IN BARLEY

      Journal of phytopathology
    93. NEWTON AC; DASHWOOD EP
      THE INTERACTION OF HUMIDITY AND RESISTANCE ELICITORS ON EXPRESSION OFPOLYGENIC RESISTANCE OF BARLEY TO MILDEW

      Journal of phytopathology
    94. Gotz, M; Boyle, C
      Changes in metabolite pools in host and pathogen during the uredinio and teliospore development of the bean rust fungus Uromyces appendiculatus

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    95. SVEC M; MIKLOVICOVA M
      STRUCTURE OF POPULATIONS OF WHEAT POWDERY MILDEW (ELYSIPHE-GRAMINIS DC F-SP TRITICI MARCHAL) IN CENTRAL-EUROPE IN 1993-1996 - I - DYNAMICS OF VIRULENCE

      European journal of plant pathology
    96. Newton, AC; Guy, DC
      Exploration and exploitation strategies of powdery mildew on barley cultivars with different levels of nutrients

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    97. NEVO E
      GENETIC DIVERSITY IN WILD CEREALS - REGIONAL AND LOCAL STUDIES AND THEIR BEARING ON CONSERVATION EX-SITU AND IN-SITU

      Genetic resources and crop evolution
    98. Peltonen, S
      Responses of barley and wheat to pathogens, non-pathogens and wounding as indicated by induced phenylalanine ammonia-lyase activity

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION B-SOIL AND PLANT SCIENCE
    99. PARKER DM; KOLLER W
      CUTINASE AND OTHER LIPOLYTIC ESTERASES PROTECT BEAN-LEAVES FROM INFECTION BY RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    100. SUGUI JA; PASCHOLATI SF; KUNOH H; HOWARD RJ; NICHOLSON RL
      ASSOCIATION OF PESTALOTIA-MALICOLA WITH THE PLANT CUTICLE - VISUALIZATION OF THE PATHOGEN AND DETECTION OF CUTINASE AND NONSPECIFIC ESTERASE

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology


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