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Plant Disease April, 1996
Volume 80, Number 4

Plant Disease Editorial Board & Policies.    VIEW ABSTRACT  |  VIEW ARTICLE


Chlorothanlonil versus Horticultural Oil: Phytotoxicity to Rose Foliage. Glenn Schulman.  Comment on Letter from Schulman on Phytotoxicity of Roses due to Chlorothalonil. K. L. Bowen and B. K. Behe. Page: 347. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE


The Latest in Plant Pathology and Nematology. Page 348. VIEW ARTICLE.


Dogwood Anthracnose: Understanding a Disease New to North America. Margery L. Daughtrey, Craig R. Hibben, Kerry O. Britton, Mark T. Windham, and Scott C. Redlin. Pages: 349-358. VIEW ARTICLE


Identification of Darkly Pigmented Fungi Associated with Turfgrass Roots by Mycelial Characteristics and RAPD-PCR. H C Wetzel III, P. H. Dernoeden, and P. D. Millner. Pages: 359-364. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Genetic Characterization and Classification of Two Phytoplasmas Associated with Spartium Witches'-Broom Disease. C Marcone, A. Ragozzino, B. Schneider, U. Lauer, C. D. Smart, and E. Seemuller. Pages: 365-371. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Occurrence of the Strawberry Pathotype of Alternaria alternata in Italy. H Wada, P. Cavanni, R. Bugiani, M. Kodama, H. Otani, and K. Kohmoto. Pages: 372-374. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Expression of Adult Resistance to Stripe Rust at Different Growth Stages of Wheat. Hong Ma, Ravi P. Singh. Pages: 375-379. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Evaluation of a Model for Prediction of Postbloom Fruit Drop of Citrus. L W Timmer, S. E. Zitko. Pages: 380-383. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Tall Fescue Canopy Density Effects on Brown Patch Disease. Loren J. Giesler, Gary Y. Yuen, and Garald L. Horst. Pages: 384-388. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

The Microclimate in Tall Fescue Turf as Affected by Canopy Density and Its Influence on Brown Patch Disease. Loren J. Giesler, Gary Y. Yuen, and Garald L. Horst. Pages: 389-394. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Pathogenic Variation in Puccinia substriata var. indica in the Southeastern United States and Screening for Resistance in Pearl Millet Germ Plasm. H. Tapsoba, J. P. Wilson. Pages: 395-397. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Transmission of Erwinia stewartii through Seed of Resistant and Susceptible Field and Sweet Corn. A. Khan, S. M. Ries, J. K. Pataky, D.E. Harder, J. Chong. Pages: 398-403. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Mexican Oat Germ Plasm as a Source of Resistance to Stem Rust and Crown Rust. J. J. Salmeron, D. E.Harder, J. Chong, and D. D. Stuthman. Pages: 404-407. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Brown Spot Severity and Yield of Soybeans Regenerated from Calli Resistant to a Host-Specific Pathotoxin Produced by Septoria glycines. G. B. Lee, G. L. Hartman, and S. M. Lim. Pages: 408-413. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Graft Compatibility of Citrus with Plants in the Aurantioideae and Their Susceptibility to Citrus Tristeza Virus. Toshio Yoshida. Pages: 414-417. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Mixed Infection of Grapevines in Northern Italy by Phytoplasmas Including 16S rRNA RFLP Subgroup 16SrI-B Strains Previously Unreported in This Host. Alberto Alma, Robert E. Davis, Monica Vibio and Alberto Danielli. Pages: 418-421. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Efficacy of Nonionic Surfactants in the Control of Zoospore Spread of Pythium aphanidermatum in a Recirculating Hydroponic System. M. E. Stanghellini, S. L. Rasmussen, D. H. Kim, and P. A. Rorabaugh. Pages: 422-428. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Bacterial Diseases of Rice. I. Pathogenic Bacteria Associatedwith Sheath Rot Complex and Grain Discoloration of Rice in the Philippines. B. Cottyn, M. T. Cerez, M. F. Van Outryve, J. Barroga, J. Swings, and T. W. Mew. Pages: 429-437. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Bacterial Diseases of Rice. II. Characterization of Pathogenic Bacteria Associated with Sheath Rot Complex and Grain Discoloration of Rice in the Philippines. B. Cottyn, M. F. Van Outryve, M. T. Cerez, M. De Cleene, J. Swings, and T. W. Mew. Pages: 438-445. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

A Strain of Eggplant Mosaic Virus Isolated from Naturally Infected Tobacco Plants in Brazil. Simone G. Ribeiro, Elliot W. Kitajima, Claudia R. B. Oliveira, and Renate Koenig. Pages: 446-449. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Pathogenic Variability and Host Resistancein the Colletotrichum trifolii/Medicago sativa Pathosystem. Nichole R. O'Neill. Pages: 450-457. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Spotlight on Diagnosis

Integrated Molecular and Biological Assays for Rapid Detection of Apple Scar Skin Viroid in Pear. S. S. Hurtt, E. V. Podleckis, and W. E. Howell. Pages: 458-462. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Disease Notes

First Report in the Americas of Sorghum Ergot Disease, Caused by a Pathogen Diagnosed as Claviceps africana. E. M. Reis, P. G. Mantle and H. A.-G. Hassan. Page: 463. VIEW NOTE

First Report of a New Leaf Spot Disease of Catenanthe Caused by Pyricularia oryzae. A. C. Pappas, Irene Vloutoglou. Page: 463. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Powdery Mildew on Ginseng in North America. P. L. Sholberg, T. Li, and J. Ginns. Page: 463. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Banana Streak Virus Infecting Plantains (Musa spp.) in Colombia. H. Reichel, S. Belalcazar, G. Munera, E. Arealo, and J. Narvaez. Page: 463. VIEW NOTE

A New Bacterial Disease of Arugula in California. S. T. Koike, R. F. Smith, A. M. Van Buren and D. A. Maddox. Page: 464. VIEW NOTE

Detection of Pear Decline Phytoplasma in Declining Pear Trees in Poland. T. Malinowski , J. Zandarski, B. Komorowska and B. Zawadzka. Page: 464. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Downy Mildew Disease in Lettuce Caused by Bremia lactucae in Natal, Southern Africa. P. N. Achar. Page: 464. VIEW NOTE