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New Materials in the APSnet Education Center

IN THE INTRODUCTORY PLANT PATHOLOGY SECTION

A disease lesson on Mummy Berry, by J. Florence

A Portuguese translation of the disease lesson on White Mold, by V. Heffer Link and K. B. Johnson. (Portuguese translation: Mofo branco [podridão branca, pt] [Sclerotinia] , by S. M. Mathioni and E. Alves).

A Portuguese translation of the disease lesson on Lesion Nematode Disease, by E. L. Davis and A. E. MacGuidwin. (Portuguese translation: Nematoides [nematodos. pt] das lesões radiculares, by R. M. Saraiva, M. F. Fujjnawa, and H. A. Medeiros).

LABORATORY EXERCISES

IN THE INTRODUCTORY PLANT PATHOLOGY SECTION

Cantonwine, E. G. 2014. An Active Leaning Lab on a Selection of Ascomycete Reproductive Structures and their use in Disease Diagnosis.

TOPICS IN PLANT PATHOLOGY

IN THE INTRODUCTORY PLANT PATHOLOGY SECTION

A Spanish translation of the introductory topic on What are Fungicides?, by M. T. McGrath. (Spanish translation: ¿Qué son los fungicidas?, by L. Santamaria). 

IN THE ADVANCED PLANT PATHOLOGY SECTION

Savary, S. and L. Willocquet. 2014. Simulation Modeling in Botanical Epidemiology and Crop Loss Analysis. 

CASE STUDIES

IN THE INTRODUCTORY PLANT PATHOLOGY SECTION

Saalau-Rojas, E. and M. Gleason. 2014. Bees, Beetles, and Bacteria: the Cucurbit Bacterial Wilt Dilemma. 

RESOURCE CATALOGS
There are resource catalogs of websites, articles, videos, and other instructional materials related to plant pathology for the K-12, Introductory, and Advanced sections. If you have items to contribute, please email them to ks@uga.edu. Help us improve these convenient collections of valuable teaching materials.

5-YEAR REVIEWS
You can be confident that information in the APSnet Education Center is up-to-date. Materials will be reviewed and revised as needed every five years. Look for the Revision date near the citation.

SUPPORTERS
Please consider contributing a publication to the APSnet Education Center. Publications are peer-reviewed and receive a citation in The Plant Health Instructor. Donations to support this free site are welcome. You may contribute to the Mathre Education Endowment of the APS Foundation or directly to this year's Education Center budget. See the article in the November, 2003 issue of Phytopathology News for details. http://www.apsnet.org/publications/phytopathologynews/Past%20Issues/2003_11.pdf

See also our Supporters link to thank individuals and Sustaining Associates who have contributed:
http://www.apsnet.org/edcenter/Pages/APSnetEducationCenterSupporters.aspx

All of the materials in the APSnet Education Center are freely accessible for your classes and for teaching outreach. The Introductory and Advanced Plant Pathology materials might be of interest to your colleagues in biology, microbiology and other agricultural science departments at your institution.