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Plant Disease May, 1988
Volume 72, Number 5

Plant Disease Editorial Board & Policies.  Page: 371   VIEW ABSTRACT  |  VIEW ARTICLE


Do the Best Students Rate College Teachers the Highest? D. A. Roberts. Page 372. VIEW ARTICLE.


Transatlantic Perpectives on Exotic Plant Pathogens. J. N. Gibbs and C. M. Brasier. Page 373. VIEW ARTICLE.


The Latest in Plant Pathology and Nematology. Page 374. VIEW ARTICLE.


Control of Papaya Ringspot Virus by Cross Protection. Shyi-Dong Yeh, Dennis Gonsalves, Hui-Liang Wang, Ryoji Namba, Ren-Jong Chiu. Pages: 375-380 VIEW ARTICLE


The Use of Antioxidants to Delay the Onset of Anthracnose and Stem End Decay in Avocado Fruits After Harvest. Dov Prusky. Pages: 381-384 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

The Use of Dry-Leaf Inoculum for Establishment of Common Bacterial Blight of Beans. R. L. Gilbertson, R. E. Rand, E. Carlson, and D. J. Hagedorn. Pages: 385-389 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Incidence of Colletotrichum dematium on Prickly Sida, Spotted Spurge, and Smooth Pigweed and Pathogenicity to Soybean. K. S. McLean, K. W. Roy. Pages: 390-393 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Effect of Fertilizer Nitrogen Source and Chloride on Take-All of Irrigated Hard Red Spring Wheat. R. E. Engel, D. E. Mathre. Pages: 393-396 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Growth and Flowering of Resistant Alfalfa Infected by Verticillium albo-atrum. B. W. Pennypacker, K. T. Leath, and R. R. Hill, Jr. Pages: 397-400 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Frequency and Pathogenicity of Fusarium spp. Associated with Seedling Diseases of Cotton in Louisiana. P. D. Colyer. Pages: 400-402 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Characteristics of South African Strains of Pseudomonas solanacearum. Anita E. Swanepoel, B. W. Young. Pages: 403-405 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Influence of Environment on the Spread of Barley Stripe Disease in California. L. F. Jackson, R. K. Webster. Pages: 406-408 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Environmental Influences on the Establishment of Puccinia recondita Infection Structures. M. G. Eversmeyer, C. L. Kramer, and Z. M. Hassan. Pages: 409-412 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Selection and Evaluation of Three Spring Wheats with Slow-Rusting Resistance to Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici. B. K. Sally, E. L. Sharp. Pages: 413-415 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Differentiation of Xanthomonas campestris pv. pruni from Other Yellow-Pigmented Bacteria by the Refractive Quality of Bacterial Colonies on an Agar Medium. R. D. Gitaitis, J. D. Hamm, and P. F. Bertrand. Pages: 416-417 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Factors Affecting the Severity of Seed-piece Decay, Incidence of Blackleg, and Yield of Norgold Russet Potato in North Dakota. N. C. Gudmestad, P. Nolte, and G. A. Secor. Pages: 418-421 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Aflatoxin Accumulation in Inoculated Ears of Field-grown Maize. G. A. Payne, W. M. Hagler, Jr., and C. R. Adkins. Pages: 422-424 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Recovery Resistance to Downy Mildew in Pearl Millet. S. D. Singh, S. B. King. Pages: 425-428 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Natural Hosts of Xylella fastidiosa in Florida. D. L. Hopkins, W. C. Adlerz. Pages: 429-431 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Production of Diagnostic Symptoms of Blight in Citrus Inoculated with Xylella fastidiosa. D. L. Hopkins. Pages: 432-435 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Phytophthora spp. Associated with Container-Grown Plants in Nurseries in Western Australia. G. E. Hardy, K. Sivasithamparam. Pages: 435-437 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Evaluation of Resistance to Bacterial Wilt in Eggplant. H. P. Li, R. W. Goth, and T. H. Barksdale. Pages: 437-439 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Temperature-Specific Seedling Resistance and Adult-Plant Resistance to Puccinia recondita f. sp. tritici in the Wheat Cultivar Glenlea. Z. A. Pretorius, F. H. J. Rijkenberg, and Roy D. Wilcoxson. Pages: 439-442 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Distribution of Clavibacter xyli subsp. xyli in Stalks of Sugarcane Cultivars Differing in Resistance to Ratoon Stunting Disease. M. J. Davis, J. L. Dean, and N. A. Harrison. Pages: 443-448 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Effects of VA Mycorrhizae and Metalaxyl on Growth of Alfalfa Seedlings in Soils from Fields with "Alfalfa Sickness" in Alberta. S. F. Hwang. Pages: 448-452 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Disease Notes

Verticillium Wilt of Alfalfa in Southern California Caused by Verticillium albo-atrum.. D. C. Erwin, R. A. Khan, and A. Baameur. Page: 453 VIEW NOTE

Black Rot of Crucifers in a Cabbage Seed Field in Western Washington. M. L. Derie, R. L. Gabrielson. Page: 453 VIEW NOTE

First Report of Heterodera glycines on Soybeans in Ontario, Canada. T. R. Anderson, T. W. Welacky, H. T. Olechowski, G. Ablett, and B. A. Ebsary. Page: 453 VIEW NOTE

A Third Race of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici Identified in California. R. M. Davis, K. A. Kimble, and J. J. Farrar. Page: 453 VIEW NOTE

Lettuce Infectious Yellows Virus in Hydroponically Grown Lettuce in Pennsylvania. J. K. Brown, M. E. Stanghellini. Page: 453 VIEW NOTE

First Report of Ditylenchus destructor in Pods and Seeds of Peanut. B. L. Jones, D. De Waele. Page: 453 VIEW NOTE

Special Report

DISTRAIN: a Computer Program for Training People to Estimate Disease Severity on Cereal Leaves. J. R. Tomerlin and T. A. Howell. Pages: 455-459.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |  VIEW ARTICLE

Spotlight on Diagnosis

Use of Fatty Acids for the Identification of Phytopathogenic Bacteria. Margaret A. Roy. Page: 460.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |  VIEW ARTICLE