Vol 52, No 1 (2013)

Special Issue on Ascochyta

Table of Contents

Research Papers

Aggressiveness and host range of Phoma medicaginis isolated from Medicago species growing in Tunisia PDF
Naceur DJEBALI 3-15
Molecular diagnosis for Harpophora maydis, the cause of maize late wilt in Israel PDF
Ran DRORI, Amir SHARON, Doron GOLDBERG, Onn RABINOVITZ, Maggie LEVY, Ofir DEGANI 16-29
Species-specific identification and detection of Phytophthora pistaciae, the causal agent of pistachio gummosis PDF
Reza MOSTOWFIZADEH-GHALAMFARSA, Zahra MIRSOLEIMANI 30-45
Characterisation of Phytophthora inundata according to host range, morphological variation and multigene molecular phylogeny PDF
Banafsheh SAFAIEFARAHANI, Reza MOSTOWFIZADEH-GHALAMFARSA, David E.L. COOKE 46-65
Biocontrol potential of Pasteuria penetrans, Pochonia chlamydosporia, Paecilomyces lilacinus and Trichoderma harzianum against Meloidogyne incognita in PDF
Tariq MUKHTAR, Muhammad ARSHAD HUSSAIN, Muhammad ZAMEER KAYANI 66-76
Effectiveness of biological control of Phytophthora capsici in pepper by Trichoderma asperellum strain T34 PDF
Guillem SEGARRA, Manuel AVILÉS, Eva CASANOVA, Celia BORRERO, Isabel TRILLAS 77-83
Insights into the structure and phylogeny of the 28S rRNA expansion segments D2 and D3 of the plant-infecting nematodes from the genus Ditylenchus (Nematoda: Anguinidae) PDF
Ondřej DOUDA, Martin MAREK, Miloslav ZOUHAR, Pavel RYŠÁNEK 84-97
Morphological and biochemical responses of five tobacco cultivars to simultaneous infection with Pythium aphanidermatum and Meloidogyne incognita PDF
Mujeebur Rahman KHAN, Ziaul HAQUE 98-109
Physiological races of Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici in Iran and evaluation of seedling resistance to stem rust in Iranian wheat cultivars PDF
Kumarse NAZARI, Masomeh MAFI 110-122

New or Unusual Disease Reports

Neofusicoccum luteum as a pathogen on Tejocote (Crataegus mexicana) PDF
Anthony O. ADESEMOYE, Joey S. MAYORQUIN, Akif ESKALEN 123-129

Short Notes

Characterization of a Syrian Chickpea chlorotic stunt virus strain and production of polyclonal antibodies for its detection PDF
Yaseen ALNAASAN, Safaa G. KUMARI, Joop A.G. VAN LEUR, Amin A. HAJ KASSEM, Fawaz AZMEH 130-135
Occurrence and distribution of pome fruit viruses in Tunisia PDF
Naima MAHFOUDHI, Manel EL AIR, Wided SALLEH, Rihem MOUJAHED, Khaled DJELOUAH 136-140
Management of chili pepper root rot and wilt (caused by Phytophthora nicotianae) by grafting onto resistant rootstock PDF
Mourad SAADOUN, Mohamed Bechir ALLAGUI 141-147
Relationship of viruses and viroids with apricot “viruela” disease PDF
Manuel RUBIO, Ana GARCÍA-IBARRA, Antonio SOLER, Pedro MARTÍNEZ-GÓMEZ, Federico DICENTA 148-153

Special Issue on Ascochyta

Preface PDF
Sabine BANNIZA, Teresa MILLAN, Jenny A. DAVIDSON 155
Combining Ascochyta blight and Botrytis grey mould resistance in chickpea through interspecific hybridization PDF
Livinder KAUR, Asmita SIRARI, Dinesh KUMAR, Jit SINGH SANDHU, Sarvjeet SINGH, Karan KAPOOR, inderjit SINGH, C.L. Laxmipati GOWDA, Suresh PANDE, Pooran GAUR, Mamta SHARMA, Muhammad IMTIAAZ, Kadambot H.M. SIDDIQUE 157-165
DeepSuperSage analysis of the Vicia faba transcriptome in response to Ascochyta fabae infection PDF
Eva MADRID, Carmen PALOMINO, Anne PLÖTNER, Ralf HORRES, Björn ROTTER, Peter WINTER, Nicolas KREZDORN, Ana M. TORRES 166-182
Genetic diversity of microsatellite alleles located at quantitative resistance loci for Ascochyta blight resistance in a global collection of chickpea germplasm PDF
Aladdin HAMWIEH, Muhammad IMTIAZ, Kristy HOBSON, Seid AHMED KEMAL 183-191
A novel pathogenesis-related protein (LcPR4a) from lentil, and its involvement in defence against Ascochyta lentis PDF
Niloofar VAGHEFI, Barkat M. MUSTAFA, Nabeen DULAL, Jamie SELBY-PHAM, Paul W.J. TAYLOR, Rebecca FORD 192-201
Efficiency of marker-assisted selection in detection of ascochyta blight resistance in Tunisian chickpea breeding lines PDF
Mariem BOUHADIDA, Rim BENJANNET, Eva MADRID, Moez AMRI, Mohamed KHARRAT 202-211
Evaluation of chickpea genotypes for resistance to Ascochyta blight (Ascochyta rabiei) disease in the dry highlands of Kenya PDF
Paul K. KIMURTO, Bernard TOWETT, Richard S. MULWA, Nancy NJOGU, Lilian J. JEPTANUI, Gangarao N.V.P.R. RAO, Said SILIM, Peter KALOKI, Paul KORIR, Joseph K. MACHARIA 212-221
Abstracts of oral and poster presentations given at the Ascochyta 2012 Workshop, Córdoba, Spain, 22–26 April 2012 PDF
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