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    1. Voigt, K; Jedryczka, M; Wostemeyer, J
      Strain typing of Polish Leptosphaeria maculans isolates supports at the genomic level the multi-species concept of aggressive and non-aggressive strains

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    2. Sexton, AC; Howlett, BJ
      Green fluorescent protein as a reporter in the Brassica-Leptosphaeria maculans interaction

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    3. Fourmann, M; Charlot, F; Froger, N; Delourme, R; Brunel, D
      Expression, mapping, and genetic variability of Brassica napus disease resistance gene analogues

      GENOME
    4. Attard, A; Gourgues, M; Gout, L; Schmit, J; Roux, J; Narcy, JP; Balesdent, MH; Rouxel, T
      Molecular characterisation and polymorphism of MinLm1, a minisatellite from the phytopathogenic ascomycete Leptosphaeria maculans

      CURRENT GENETICS
    5. Lombard, V; Delourme, R
      A consensus linkage map for rapeseed (Brassica napus L.): construction andintegration of three individual maps from DH populations

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    6. Plieske, J; Struss, D
      STS markers linked to Phoma resistance genes of the Brassica B-genome revealed sequence homology between Brassica nigra and Brassica napus

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    7. Tierens, KFMJ; Thomma, BPH; Brouwer, M; Schmidt, J; Kistner, K; Porzel, A; Mauch-Mani, B; Cammue, BPA; Broekaert, WF
      Study of the role of antimicrobial glucosinolate-derived isothiocyanates in resistance of arabidopsis to microbial pathogens

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Toscano-Underwood, C; West, JS; Fitt, BDL; Todd, AD; Jedryczka, M
      Development of phoma lesions on oilseed rape leaves inoculated with ascospores of A-group or B-group Leptosphaeria maculans (stem canker) at different temperatures and wetness durations

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    9. Pedras, MSC; Biesenthal, CJ
      Isolation, structure determination, and phytotoxicity of unusual dioxopiperazines from the phytopathogenic fungus Phoma lingam

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    10. Pilet, ML; Duplan, G; Archipiano, H; Barret, P; Baron, C; Horvais, R; Tanguy, X; Lucas, MO; Renard, M; Delourme, R
      Stability of QTL for field resistance to blackleg across two genetic backgrounds in oilseed rape

      CROP SCIENCE
    11. Sillito, D; Parkin, IAP; Mayerhofer, R; Lydiate, DJ; Good, AG
      Arabidopsis thaliana: A source of candidate disease-resistance genes for Brassica napus

      GENOME
    12. Ford, R; Garnier-Gere, PH; Nasir, M; Taylor, PWJ
      Structure of Ascochyta lentis in Australia revealed with random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers

      AUSTRALASIAN PLANT PATHOLOGY
    13. Pedras, MSC; Biesenthal, CJ
      Vital staining of plant cell suspension cultures: evaluation of the phytotoxic activity of the phytotoxins phomalide and destruxin B

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    14. Turkington, TK; Clayton, GW; Klein-Gebbinck, H; Woods, DL
      Residue decomposition and blackleg of canola: influence of tillage practices

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    15. Rask, L; Andreasson, E; Ekbom, B; Eriksson, S; Pontoppidan, B; Meijer, J
      Myrosinase: gene family evolution and herbivore defense in Brassicaceae

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Snowdon, RJ; Winter, H; Diestel, A; Sacristan, MD
      Development and characterisation of Brassica napus-Sinapis arvensis addition lines exhibiting resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    17. Zhou, Y; Fitt, BDL; Welham, SJ; Evans, N; Gladders, P
      Effects of stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans) and light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) on yield of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in southern England

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    18. Sexton, AC; Howlett, BJ
      Characterisation of a cyanide hydratase gene in the phytopathogenic fungusLeptosphaeria maculans

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    19. Perz, RC; van Lishaut, H; Schwack, W
      CS2 blinds in Brassica crops: False positive results in the dithiocarbamate residue analysis by the acid digestion method

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    20. Enkerli, J; Reed, H; Briley, A; Bhatt, G; Covert, SF
      Physical map of a conditionally dispensable chromosome in Nectria haematococca mating population VI and location of chromosome breakpoints

      GENETICS
    21. Soledade, M; Pedras, C; Biesenthal, CJ
      HPLC analyses of cultures of Phoma spp.: Differentiation among groups and species through secondary metabolite profiles

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    22. Pedras, MSC; Okanga, FI
      Metabolism of analogs of the phytoalexin brassinin by plant pathogenic fungi

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE CHIMIE
    23. Pedras, MSC; Erosa-Lopez, CC; Quail, JW; Taylor, JL
      Phomalairdenone: A new host-selective phytotoxin from a virulent type of the blackleg fungus Phoma lingam

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS
    24. Sock, J; Hoppe, HH
      Pathogenicity of sirodesmin-deficient mutants of Phoma lingam

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    25. Augustin, C; Ulrich, K; Ward, E; Werner, A
      RAPD-based inter- and intravarietal classification of fungi of the Gaeumannomyces-Phialophora complex

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    26. Zhou, Y; Fitt, BDL; Welham, SJ; Gladders, P; Sansford, CE; West, JS
      Effects of severity and timing of stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans) symptoms on yield of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in the UK

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    27. Schober, BM; Vermeulen, T
      Enzymatic maceration of witloof chicory by the soft rot bacteria Erwinia carotovora subsp carotovora: the effect of nitrogen and calcium treatments of the plant on pectic enzyme production and disease development

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    28. Foster, SJ; Singh, G; Fitt, BDL; Ashby, AM
      Development of PCR based diagnostic techniques for the two mating types ofPyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot) on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ssp oleifera)

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    29. Joyeux, A; Fortin, MG; Mayerhofer, R; Good, AG
      Genetic mapping of plant disease resistance gene homologues using a minimal Brassica napus L. population

      GENOME
    30. Jedryczka, M; Fitt, BDL; Kachlicki, P; Lewartowska, E; Balesdent, MH; Rouxel, T
      Comparison between Polish and United Kingdom populations of Leptosphaeria maculans, cause of stem canker of winter oilseed rape

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    31. Kuswinanti, T; Koopmann, B; Hoppe, HH
      Virulence pattern of aggressive isolates of Leptosphaeria maculans on an extended set of Brassica differentials

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    32. Harborne, JB
      The comparative biochemistry of phytoalexin induction in plants

      BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
    33. Dixelius, C
      Inheritance of the resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans of Brassica nigra and B-juncea in near-isogenic lines of B-napus

      PLANT BREEDING
    34. Roussel, S; Nicole, M; Lopez, F; Ricci, P; Geiger, JP; Renard, M; Brun, H
      Leptosphaeria maculans and cryptogein induce similar vascular responses intissues undergoing the hypersensitive reaction in Brassica napus

      PLANT SCIENCE
    35. Dixelius, C; Wahlberg, S
      Resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans is conserved in a specific region of the Brassica B genome

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    36. Bradburne, R; Majer, D; Magrath, R; Werner, CP; Lewis, B; Mithen, R
      Winter oilseed rape with high levels of resistance to Pyrenopeziza brassicae derived from wild Brassica species

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    37. Williams, RH; Fitt, BDL
      Differentiating A and B groups of Leptosphaeria maculans, causal agent of stem canker (blackleg) of oilseed rape

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    38. DeScenzo, RA; Engel, SR; Gomez, G; Jackson, EL; Munkvold, GP; Weller, J; Irelan, NA
      Genetic analysis of Eutypa strains from California supports the presence of two pathogenic species

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    39. Schnabel, G; Schnabel, EL; Jones, AL
      Characterization of ribosomal DNA from Venturia inaequalis and its phylogenetic relationship to rDNA from other tree-fruit Venturia species

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    40. Schutze, W; Mandel, F; Schulz, H
      Identification of glucosinolates in radish (Raphanus sativus L.) and cross-breeds of R-sativus L. x Brassica oleracea L. (Raphanobrassica) by LC-MS

      NAHRUNG-FOOD
    41. Kropp, BR; Hooper, GR; Hansen, DR; Binns, M; Thomson, SV
      Initial events in the colonization of dyer's woad by Puccinia thlaspeos

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    42. West, JS; Biddulph, JE; Fitt, BDL; Gladders, P
      Epidemiology of Leptosphaeria maculans in relation to forecasting stem canker severity on winter oilseed rape in the UK

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    43. Voigt, K; Schleier, S; Wostemeyer, J
      RAPD-based molecular probes for the blackleg fungus Leptosphaeria maculans(Phoma lingam): Evidence for pathogenicity group-specific sequences in thefungal genomes

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    44. ANSANMELAYAH D; BALESDENT MH; DELOURME R; PILET ML; TANGUY X; RENARD M; ROUXEL T
      GENES FOR RACE-SPECIFIC RESISTANCE AGAINST BLACKLEG DISEASE IN BRASSICA-NAPUS L

      Plant breeding
    45. BANSAL VK; THIAGARAJAH MR; STRINGAM GR; HARDIN RT
      HAPLOID PLANTLET SCREENING IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF BLACKLEG RESISTANT DH LINES OF BRASSICA-NAPUS

      Plant breeding
    46. GAUDET DA; GUSSE J; LAROCHE A
      ORIGINS AND INHERITANCE OF CHROMOSOME-LENGTH POLYMORPHISMS IN THE BARLEY COVERED SMUT FUNGUS, USTILAGO-HORDEI

      Current genetics
    47. PLIESKE J; STRUSS D; ROBBELEN G
      INHERITANCE OF RESISTANCE DERIVED FROM THE B-GENOME OF BRASSICA AGAINST PHOMA-LINGAM IN RAPESEED AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR MARKERS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    48. PILET ML; DELOURME R; FOISSET N; RENARD M
      IDENTIFICATION OF QTL INVOLVED IN-FIELD RESISTANCE TO LIGHT LEAF-SPOT(PYRENOPEZIZA-BRASSICAE) AND BLACKLEG RESISTANCE (LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS) IN WINTER RAPESEED (BRASSICA-NAPUS L.)

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    49. PILET ML; DELOURME R; FOISSET N; RENARD R
      IDENTIFICATION OF LOCI CONTRIBUTING TO QUANTITATIVE FIELD-RESISTANCE TO BLACKLEG DISEASE, CAUSAL AGENT LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS (DESM.) CES. ET DE NOT., IN WINTER RAPESEED (BRASSICA-NAPUS L.)

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    50. Pedras, MSC; Sorensen, JL
      Phytoalexin accumulation and antifungal compounds from the crucifer wasabi

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    51. Soledade, M; Pedras, MSC; Smith, KC; Taylor, JL
      Production of 2,5-dioxopiperazine by a new isolate type of the blackleg fungus Phoma lingam

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    52. He, CZ; Rusu, AG; Poplawski, AM; Irwin, JAG; Manners, JM
      Transfer of a supernumerary chromosome between vegetatively incompatible biotypes of the fungus Colletotrichum gloeosporioides

      GENETICS
    53. SIEMENS DH; MITCHELLOLDS T
      EVOLUTION OF PEST-INDUCED DEFENSES IN BRASSICA PLANTS - TESTS OF THEORY

      Ecology
    54. SOLEDADE M; PEDRAS C; BIESENTHAL CJ
      PRODUCTION OF THE HOST-SELECTIVE PHYTOTOXIN PHOMALIDE BY ISOLATES OF LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS AND ITS CORRELATION WITH SIRODESMIN PL PRODUCTION

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    55. JUSKA A; BUSCH L; TANAKA K
      THE BLACKLEG EPIDEMIC IN CANADIAN RAPESEED AS A NORMAL AGRICULTURAL ACCIDENT

      Ecological applications
    56. MCQUILKEN MP; BUDGE SP; WHIPPS JM
      EFFECTS OF CULTURE MEDIA AND ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS ON CONIDIAL GERMINATION, PYCNIDIAL PRODUCTION AND HYPHAL EXTENSION OF CONIOTHYRIUM MINITANS

      Mycological research
    57. NIEPOLD F; GARBE V
      APPLICATION OF A THIN POLYACRYLAMIDE-GEL ELECTROPHORESIS TO DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN EQUAL PCR AMPLIFICATES OF AGGRESSIVE PHOMA-LINGAM ISOLATES AND OTHER PLANT-PATHOGENIC FUNGI

      Microbiological research
    58. SCHLEIER S; VOIGT K; WOSTEMEYER J
      RAPD-BASED MOLECULAR DIAGNOSIS OF MIXED FUNGAL-INFECTIONS ON OILSEED RAPE (BRASSICA-NAPUS) - EVIDENCE FOR GENUS-SPECIFIC AND SPECIES-SPECIFIC SEQUENCES IN THE FUNGAL GENOMES

      Journal of phytopathology
    59. ENKERLI J; BHATT G; COVERT SF
      NHT1, A TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT CLONED FROM A DISPENSABLE CHROMOSOME IN NECTRIA-HAEMATOCOCCA

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    60. MAYERHOFER R; BANSAL VK; THIAGARAJAH MR; STRINGAM GR; GOOD AG
      MOLECULAR MAPPING OF RESISTANCE TO LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS IN AUSTRALIAN CULTIVARS OF BRASSICA-NAPUS

      Genome
    61. HOWLETT BJ
      GENOME ANALYSIS OF THE FUNGAL PLANT PATHOGEN, LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS USING PULSED-FIELD GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS

      Electrophoresis
    62. BOEKHOUT T; VANBELKUM A
      VARIABILITY OF KARYOTYPES AND RAPD TYPES IN GENETICALLY RELATED STRAINS OF CRYPTOCOCCUS-NEOFORMANS

      Current genetics
    63. JEDRYCZKA M; ROUXEL T; BALESDENT MH; MENDESPEREIRA E; BERTRANDY J
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF POLISH PHOMA-LINGAM ISOLATES

      Cereal Research Communications
    64. DAAYF F; SCHMITT A; BELANGER RR
      EVIDENCE OF PHYTOALEXINS IN CUCUMBER LEAVES INFECTED WITH POWDERY MILDEW-FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH LEAF EXTRACTS OF REYNOUTRIA-SACHALINENSIS

      Plant physiology
    65. GIAMOUSTARIS A; MITHEN R
      GLUCOSINOLATES AND DISEASE RESISTANCE IN OILSEED RAPE (BRASSICA-NAPUSSSP OLEIFERA)

      Plant Pathology
    66. PEDRAS MSC; KHAN AQ; SMITH KC; STETTNER SL
      PREPARATION, BIOTRANSFORMATION, AND ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF METHYL BENZYLDITHIOCARBAMATES

      Canadian journal of chemistry
    67. MAHUKU GS; GOODWIN PH; HALL R; HSIANG T
      VARIABILITY IN THE HIGHLY VIRULENT TYPE OF LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS WITHIN AND BETWEEN OILSEED RAPE FIELDS

      Canadian journal of botany
    68. VASILIAUSKAS R; STENLID J
      POPULATION-STRUCTURE AND GENETIC-VARIATION IN NECTRIA-FUCKELIANA

      Canadian journal of botany
    69. ANNIS SL; GOODWIN PH
      COMPARISON OF CELL WALL-DEGRADING ENZYMES PRODUCED BY HIGHLY AND WEAKLY VIRULENT ISOLATES OF LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS IN CULTURE

      Microbiological research
    70. CHEN CY; PLUMMER KM; HOWLETT BJ
      ABILITY OF A LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS ISOLATE TO FORM STEM CANKERS ON INDIAN MUSTARD (BRASSICA-JUNCEA) SEGREGATES AS A SINGLE-LOCUS

      European journal of plant pathology
    71. HOWLETT BJ
      APPLICATION OF PULSED-FIELD GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS TO THE STUDY OF GENOMES OF FUNGAL PATHOGENS OF PLANTS

      Australasian plant pathology
    72. LEWIS MT; FELDMAN JF
      EVOLUTION OF THE FREQUENCY (FRQ) CLOCK LOCUS IN ASCOMYCETE FUNGI

      Molecular biology and evolution
    73. KHARBANDA PD; TEWARI JP
      INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF CANOLA DISEASES USING CULTURAL METHODS

      Canadian journal of plant pathology
    74. CHEVRE AM; EBER F; THIS P; BARRET P; TANGUY X; BRUN H; DELSENY M; RENARD M
      CHARACTERIZATION OF BRASSICA-NIGRA CHROMOSOMES AND OF BLACKLEG RESISTANCE IN B-NAPUS-B-NIGRA ADDITION LINES

      Plant breeding
    75. LECLAIR S; ANSANMELAYAH D; ROUXEL T; BALESDENT MH
      MEIOTIC BEHAVIOR OF THE MINICHROMOSOME IN THE PHYTOPATHOGENIC ASCOMYCETE LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS

      Current genetics
    76. KEMA GHJ; VERSTAPPEN ECP; TODOROVA M; WAALWIJK C
      SUCCESSFUL CROSSES AND MOLECULAR TETRAD AND PROGENY ANALYSES DEMONSTRATE HETEROTHALLISM IN MYCOSPHAERELLA-GRAMINICOLA

      Current genetics
    77. FRAISSINETTACHET L; REYMONDCOTTON P; FEVRE M
      MOLECULAR KARYOTYPE OF THE PHYTOPATHOGENIC FUNGUS SCLEROTINIA-SCLEROTIORUM

      Current genetics
    78. PANG ECK; HALLORAN GM
      THE GENETICS OF BLACKLEG [LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS (DESM) CES-ET-DE-NOT] RESISTANCE IN RAPESEED (BRASSICA-NAPUS L) .1. ADULT-PLANT RESISTANCEIN F2 AND FIRST-BACKCROSS POPULATIONS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    79. PANG ECK; HALLORAN GM
      THE GENETICS OF BLACKLEG [LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS (DESM) CES-ET-DE-NOT] RESISTANCE IN RAPESEED (BRASSICA-NAPUS L) .2. SEEDLING AND ADULT-PLANT RESISTANCE AS QUANTITATIVE TRAITS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    80. PANG ECK; HALLORAN GM
      GENETICS OF VIRULENCE IN LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS (DESM) CES ET DE-NOT,THE CAUSE OF BLACKLEG IN RAPESEED (BRASSICA-NAPUS L)

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    81. PANG ECK; HALLORAN GM
      THE GENETICS OF ADULT-PLANT BLACKLEG (LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS) RESISTANCE FROM BRASSICA-JUNCEA IN BRASSICA-NAPUS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    82. SCHILLING AG; MOLLER EM; GEIGER HH
      POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION-BASED ASSAYS FOR SPECIES-SPECIFIC DETECTIONOF FUSARIUM-CULMORUM, F-GRAMINEARUM, AND F-AVENACEUM

      Phytopathology
    83. PEDRAS MSC; KHAN AQ
      BIOTRANSFORMATION OF THE BRASSICA PHYTOALEXIN BRASSICANAL-A BY THE BLACKLEG FUNGUS

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    84. MITCHELLOLDS T; BRADLEY D
      GENETICS OF BRASSICA-RAPA .3. COSTS OF DISEASE RESISTANCE TO 3 FUNGALPATHOGENS

      Evolution
    85. MITCHELLOLDS T; SIEMENS D; PEDERSEN D
      PHYSIOLOGY AND COSTS OF RESISTANCE TO HERBIVORY AND DISEASE IN BRASSICA

      Entomologia experimentalis et applicata
    86. PATTERSON MA; KAPOOR M
      DETECTION OF PLASMID-LIKE DNA AND DOUBLE-STRANDED-RNA ELEMENTS IN SOME CANADIAN ISOLATES OF THE OILSEED RAPE PATHOGEN LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    87. REMPEL CB; HALL R
      COMPARISON OF DISEASE MEASURES FOR ASSESSING RESISTANCE IN CANOLA (BRASSICA-NAPUS) TO BLACKLEG (LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS)

      Canadian journal of botany
    88. CHANG TT; YANG WW; WANG WY
      USE OF RANDOM AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA MARKERS FOR THE DETECTION OF GENETIC-VARIATION IN PHYTOPHTHORA-CINNAMOMI IN TAIWAN

      Zhongyang yanjiuyuan. zhiwuxue huikan
    89. PEROS JP; THIS P; CONFURON Y; CHACON H
      COMPARISON BY ISOZYME AND RAPD ANALYSIS OF SOME ISOLATES OF THE GRAPEVINE DIEBACK FUNGUS, EUTYPA-LATA

      American journal of enology and viticulture
    90. MOLLER C; BUHLER T; DREYFUSS MM
      INTRASPECIFIC GENETIC DIVERSITY OF CHAUNOPYCNIS-ALBA DETECTED BY RANDOM AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA ASSAY

      Mycological research
    91. BARASUBIYE T; PARENT JG; HAMELIN RC; LABERGE S; RICHARD C; DOSTALER D
      DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN ALFALFA AND POTATO ISOLATES OF VERTICILLIUM-ALBO-ATRUM USING RAPD MARKERS

      Mycological research
    92. LEES AK; NICHOLSON P; REZANOOR HN; PARRY DW
      ANALYSIS OF VARIATION WITHIN MICRODOCHIUM-NIVALE FROM WHEAT - EVIDENCE FOR A DISTINCT SUBGROUP

      Mycological research
    93. KUHLS K; LIECKFELDT E; BORNER T
      PCR-FINGERPRINTING USED FOR COMPARISON OF EX TYPE STRAINS OF TRICHODERMA SPECIES DEPOSITED IN DIFFERENT CULTURE COLLECTIONS

      Microbiological research
    94. VOIGT K; WOSTEMEYER J
      THE COMBINATION OF GILBERT MAXAM CHEMICAL SEQUENCING AND THE DIDEOXYNUCLEOTIDE CHAIN TERMINATION APPROACH FACILITATES THE CONSTRUCTION OF SPECIES-SPECIFIC PCR-PRIMERS BASED ON DIAGNOSTIC RAPD BANDS/

      Microbiological research
    95. STORCK M; SACRISTAN MD
      THE ROLE OF PHYTOALEXINS IN THE SEEDLING RESISTANCE TO LEPTOSPHAERIA-MACULANS IN SOME CRUCIFERS

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    96. BALESDENT MH; DESTHIEUX I; GALL C; ROBIN P; ROUXEL T
      QUANTIFICATION OF LEPITOSPHAERIA-MACULANS GROWTH IN COTYLEDONS OF BRASSICA-NAPUS USING ELISA

      Journal of phytopathology
    97. SALISBURY PA; BALLINGER DJ; WRATTEN N; PLUMMER KM; HOWLETT BJ
      BLACKLEG DISEASE ON OILSEED BRASSICA IN AUSTRALIA - A REVIEW

      Australian journal of experimental agriculture
    98. BALLANTYNE B; GAMMIE RL
      MINIMUM DISEASE RESISTANCE STANDARDS IN NEW-SOUTH-WALES

      Australasian plant pathology
    99. LAMARI L; SAYOUD R; BOULIF M; BERNIER CC
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW RACE IN PYRENOPHORA-TRITICI-REPENTIS - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CURRENT PATHOTYPE CLASSIFICATION-SYSTEM

      Canadian journal of plant pathology
    100. HERING O; NIRENBERG HI
      DIFFERENTIATION OF FUSARIUM-SAMBUCINUM FUCKEL SENSU-LATO AND RELATED SPECIES BY RAPD PCR

      Mycopathologia


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