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    1. Xu, XM; Ridout, MS
      Effects of prevailing wind direction on spatial statistics of plant disease epidemics

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    2. Wolf, PG; Schneider, H; Ranker, TA
      Geographic distributions of homosporous ferns: does dispersal obscure evidence of vicariance?

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    3. Horn, BW; Greene, RL; Sorensen, RB; Blankenship, PD; Dorner, JW
      Conidial movement of nontoxigenic Aspergillus flavus and A-parasiticus in peanut fields following application to soil

      MYCOPATHOLOGIA
    4. Xu, XM; Robinson, JD; Berrie, AM; Harris, DC
      Spatio-temporal dynamics of brown rot (Monilinia fructigena) on apple and pear

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    5. Zhou, ZH; Miwa, M; Hogetsu, T
      Polymorphism of simple sequence repeats reveals gene flow within and between ectomycorrhizal Suillus grevillei populations

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    6. Bidartondo, MI; Baar, J; Bruns, TD
      Low ectomycorrhizal inoculum potential and diversity from soils in and near ancient forests of bristlecone pine (Pinus longaeva)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    7. Cartar, RV; Abrahams, MV
      The infection of pyrola (Pyrola asarifolia; Pyrolaceae) by spruce cone rust (Chrysomyxa pirolata; Uredinales): Morphological correlates in the host and consequences for spore dispersal

      ECOSCIENCE
    8. Guevara, R; Rayner, ADM; Reynolds, SE
      Effects of fungivory by two specialist ciid beetles (Octotemnus glabriculus and Cis boleti) on the reproductive fitness of their host fungus, Coriolus versicolor

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    9. Mangan, SA; Adler, GH
      Consumption of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi by terrestrial and arboreal small mammals in a Panamanian cloud forest

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    10. Dykova, I; Lom, J
      Histopathology of Kabatana arthuri (Microspora) infection in sutchi catfish, Pangasius sutchi

      FOLIA PARASITOLOGICA
    11. De Jong, MD; Aylor, DE; Bourdot, GW
      A methodology for risk analysis of plurivorous fungi in biological weed control: Sclerotinia sclerotiorum as a model

      BIOCONTROL
    12. Tuno, N
      Insect feeding on spores of a bracket fungus, Elfvingia applanata (Pers.) Karst. (Ganodermataceae, Aphyllophorales)

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    13. Mangan, SA; Adler, GH
      Consumption of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi by spiny rats (Proechimys semispinosus) in eight isolated populations

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    14. Aylor, DE
      Biophysical scaling and the passive dispersal of fungus spores: relationship to integrated pest management strategies

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    15. Bolker, BM
      Analytic models for the patchy spread of plant disease

      BULLETIN OF MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY
    16. Geagea, L; Huber, L; Sache, I
      Dry-dispersal and rain-splash of brown (Puccinia recondita f.sp tritici) and yellow (P-striiformis) rust spores from infected wheat leaves exposed tosimulated raindrops

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    17. Zhou, ZH; Miwa, M; Hogetsu, T
      Analysis of genetic structure of a Suillus grevillei population in a Larixkaempferi stand by polymorphism of inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR)

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    18. Jackson, ST; Lyford, ME
      Pollen dispersal models in Quaternary plant ecology: Assumptions, parameters, and prescriptions

      BOTANICAL REVIEW
    19. 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
    20. TUNO N
      SPORE DISPERSAL OF DICTYOPHORA FUNGI (PHALLACEAE) BY FLIES

      Ecological research
    21. SMITHERKOPPERL ML; CHARUDATTAN R; BERGER RD
      DISPERSAL OF SPORES OF FUSARIUM-CULMORUM IN AQUATIC SYSTEMS

      Phytopathology
    22. Di-Giovanni, F
      A review of the sampling efficiency of rotating-arm impactors used in aerobiological studies

      GRANA
    23. WENNSTROM A; ERIKSSON B
      DISPERSAL PATTERNS OF THE RUST GYMNOSPORANGIUM-CORNUTUM BETWEEN THE HOSTS JUNIPERUS-COMMUNIS AND SORBUS-AUCUPARIA

      Ecoscience
    24. FRIEDRICH S; LOPMEIER FJ
      QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF WATER DISPERSE D AS SPLASH DROPLETS DURINGPRECIPITATION INCLUDING RELEASED SPORES OF PHYTOPATHOGENIC FUNGI WITHIN NATURALLY INFECTED-PLANT CANOPIES

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz
    25. TORY MK; MAY TW; KEANE PJ; BENNETT AF
      MYCOPHAGY IN SMALL MAMMALS - A COMPARISON OF THE OCCURRENCE AND DIVERSITY OF HYPOGEAL FUNGI IN THE DIET OF THE LONG-NOSED POTOROO POTOROUS-TRIDACTYLUS AND THE BUSH RAT RATTUS FUSCIPES FROM SOUTHWESTERN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

      Australian journal of ecology
    26. HUBER L; MCCARTNEY HA; FITT BDL
      INFLUENCE OF TARGET CHARACTERISTICS ON THE AMOUNT OF WATER SPLASHED BY IMPACTING DROPS

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    27. LACEY J; LACEY ME; FITT BDL
      GREGORY,PHILIP,HERRIES - 1907-1986 - PIONEER AEROBIOLOGIST, VERSATILEMYCOLOGIST

      Annual review of phytopathology
    28. SLEEMAN DP; JONES P; CRONIN JN
      INVESTIGATIONS OF AN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE STINKHORN FUNGUS AND BADGER SETTS

      Journal of Natural History
    29. SACHE I; ZADOKS JC
      SPREAD OF FABA BEAN RUST OVER A DISCONTINUOUS FIELD

      European journal of plant pathology
    30. KURKELA TT
      ASCOSPORE PRODUCTION PERIOD OF PHACIDIUM INFESTANS, A SNOW BLIGHT FUNGUS ON PINUS-SYLVESTRIS

      Scandinavian journal of forest research
    31. BURR B; BARTHLOTT S; WESTERKAMP C
      STAHELIOMYCES (PHALLALES) VISITED BY TRIGONA (APIDAE) - MELITTOPHILY IN SPORE DISPERSAL OF AN AMAZONIAN STINKHORN

      Journal of tropical ecology
    32. JOHNSON CN
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MAMMALS AND ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    33. VLOUTOGLOU I; FITT BDL; LUCAS JA
      PERIODICITY AND GRADIENTS IN DISPERSAL OF ALTERNARIA-LINICOLA IN LINSEED CROPS

      European journal of plant pathology
    34. FRIEDRICH S
      CALCULATION OF CONIDIAL DISPERSAL OF ERYS IPHE-GRAMINIS WITHIN NATURALLY INFECTED-PLANT CANOPIES USING HOURLY METEOROLOGICAL INPUT PARAMETERS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz
    35. FRIEDRICH S
      MODELING INFECTION PROBABILITY OF POWDERY MILDEW IN WINTER-WHEAT BY METEOROLOGICAL-INPUT VARIABLES

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz
    36. FRIEDRICH S
      THE USE OF TRAP PLANTS FOR MONITORING INF ECTION EVENTS OF POWDERY MILDEW

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz
    37. WANG YS; MILLER DR; ANDERSON DE; MCMANUS ML
      A LAGRANGIAN STOCHASTIC-MODEL FOR AERIAL SPRAY TRANSPORT ABOVE AN OAKFOREST

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    38. AYLOR DE
      VERTICAL VARIATION OF AERIAL CONCENTRATION OF VENTURIA-INAEQUALIS ASCOSPORES IN AN APPLE ORCHARD

      Phytopathology
    39. JOHNSON CN
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN FIRE, MYCOPHAGOUS MAMMALS, AND DISPERSAL OF ECTROMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN EUCALYPTUS FORESTS

      Oecologia
    40. JANOS DP; SAHLEY CT
      RODENT DISPERSAL OF VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN AMAZONIAN PERU

      Ecology
    41. CURRIE CR
      DISSEMINATION OF THE MYCOPARASITE SCYTALIDIUM-UREDINICOLA BY EPURAEA-OBLIQUUS (COLEOPTERA, NITIDULIDAE)

      Canadian journal of botany
    42. PACINI E; FRANCHI GG
      ROLE OF THE TAPETUM IN POLLEN AND SPORE DISPERSAL

      Plant systematics and evolution
    43. CLARIDGE AW; MAY TW
      MYCOPHAGY AMONG AUSTRALIAN MAMMALS

      Australian journal of ecology
    44. JANOS DP
      VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAE OF EPIPHYTES

      Mycorrhiza
    45. AYLOR DE; WANG YS; MILLER DR
      INTERMITTENT WIND CLOSE TO THE GROUND WITHIN A GRASS CANOPY

      Boundary - layer meteorology


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