Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002)

No. 4

Sensitivity and specificity of monoclonal antibody Mn-Cs1 for detection and determination of Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicus, the causal agent of bacterial ring rot of potato
Pánková I., Kokošková B.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 117-124abstractdownload PDF
Distribution, variabiality and overwintering of Zucchini yellow mosaic virus in the Czech Republic
Svoboda J., Polák J.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 125-130abstractdownload PDF
Monitoring the population dynamics of the horse chestnut leafminer Cameraria ohridella with a synthetic pheromone in Europe
Kindl J., Kalinová B., Freise J., Heitland W., Augustin S., Guichard S., Avtzis N., Svatoš A.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 131-138abstractdownload PDF
Differences in flight activity of pests on winter and spring oilseed rape
Šedivý J., Vašák J.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 139-144abstractdownload PDF
Citrus flatid planthopper – Metcalfa pruinosa (Hemiptera: Flatidae), a new pest of ornamental horticulture in the Czech Republic
Lauterer P.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 145-148abstractdownload PDF
Secondary succession on an early abandoned field: vegetation composition and production of biomass
Štolcová J.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 149-154abstractdownload PDF
RNDr. Zdenko Polák, CSc. – 70 years – Biographical Notice
Polák J.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 155-156download PDF

No. 3

Control of target spot of tomato with fungicides, systemic acquired resistance activators, and a biocontrol agent
Pernezny K., Stoffella P., Collins J., Carroll A., Beaney A.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 81-88abstractdownload PDF
Occurrence and harmful effects of Gymnosporangium sabinae (Dicks.) Winter in Slovak Republc
Juhásová G., Praslička J.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 89-93abstractdownload PDF
Growth of mycelia of phytopathogenic fungi after application of abscisic acid in in vitro conditions
Janitor A.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 94-97abstractdownload PDF
Distribution of Plum pox virus in the Czech Republic    
Polák J.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 98-101abstractdownload PDF
Weight losses of wheat grain caused by psocid infestation (Liposcelis bostrychophila: Liposcelididae: Psocoptera)
Kučerová Z.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 103-107abstractdownload PDF
Management of major insect pests of rice in Tanzania – Review
Banwo O.O.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 108-113abstractdownload PDF
The first record of Diabrotica virgifera virgifera (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) from the CzechRepublic – New and Unusually Reports
Vahala O., Bezděk J.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 114-114download PDF
The 6th European conference on fungal genetics
Věchet L.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 115-115download PDF
Seventieth birthday of Ing. Vladimír Řehák, CSc. – Biographical Notice
Šedivý J.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 116-116download PDF
Jeng-Sheng HUANG – Plant Pathogenesis and Resistance. Biochemistry and Physiology of Plant-Microbe Interactions – Book Review
Lebeda A.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 117-117download PDF

No. 2

Determination of the cluster of wheat rust resistance genes Yr17, Lr37, and Sr38 by a molecular marker
Ambrozková M., Dedryver F., Dumalasová V., Hanzalová A., Bartoš P.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 41-45abstractdownload PDF
Damage to corn by fungi of the genus Fusarium and the presence of fusariotoxins
Nedělník J.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 46-54abstractdownload PDF
Utilisation of immunochemical methods for detection of Colletotrichum spp. in strawberry
Krátká J., Kudlíková I., Pekárová-Kyněrová B., Slováček J., Zemánková M.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 55-63abstractdownload PDF
Identification of genes for resistanceto wheat powdery mildew in Hungarian, Polish and Slovak wheat cultivars
Švec M., Szunics L., Slováková T., Miklovičová M., Tisová V., Hauptvogel P.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 64-72abstractdownload PDF
Field resistance of six cultivars of winter oilseed rape against Turnip yellow mosaic virus
Špak J., Kubelková D.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 73-75abstractdownload PDF
Thermal requirements for flight of six species of flea beetle of the genus Phyllotreta (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
Kocourek F., Láska P., Jarošík V. :
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 76-80abstractdownload PDF
Alternaria alternata (Fr.) Keissler – New pathogen on sugar beet leaf in Slovakia – New and Unusually Reports
Hudec K., Roháčik T.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 81-82download PDF

No. 1

Characterization and identification of entomopathogenic and mycoparasitic fungi using RAPD-PCR technique
Bieliková L., Landa Z., Osborne L.S., Čurn V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 1-12abstractdownload PDF
The application of RT-PCR assay for the detection of Apple stem pitting virus and Apple stem grooving virus in four apple cultivars
Kundu J.K.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 13-17abstractdownload PDF
Different pathogenicity of ergot isolates (Claviceps purpurea [Fr.] Tul.) on Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.)
Cagaš B., Macháč R.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 18-22abstractdownload PDF
The effect of some herbicides on seed yield of six grass species – Short Communication
Macháč J., Cagaš B., Macháč R.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 23-28abstractdownload PDF
R.K. Horst – Westcott’s Plant Disease Handbook (6th Edition) – Book Review
Lebeda A.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 36-36download PDF
Ass. Prof. Ing. Jaroslav Polák, DrSc. – sexagenarian – Biographical Notice
Chod J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 37-38download PDF
Exploitation of the mycoparasitic fungus Pythium oligandrum in plant protection – A review
Brožová J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 294-35abstractdownload PDF

SI 1 - 6th Conf EFPP 2002

Special Issue – DISEASE RESISTANCE IN PLANT PATHOLOGY, 6th Conference of European Foundation for Plant Pathology, Prague, Czech Republic, 8–14 September 2002
Fist part

Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): -download PDF
Review

Plant pathology in the Czech Republic

Kůdela V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 1-8abstractdownload PDF
Review

Plant resistance and strategies for breeding resistant varieties

Pink D.A.C., Hand P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 9-14abstractdownload PDF
Review

A critical appraisal of non conventional resistance to plant viruses

Martelli G.P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 15-20abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Development  of RT-PCR tests for the routine detection of latent and ILAR viruses in fruit trees

Marbot S., Kummert J., Salmon M., Vendrame M., Huwaert A., Dutrecq O., Lepoivre P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 21-23abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Improved diagnostic tools for the certification of strawberry propagation material – the use of PCR and NASBA for detection of Strawberry vein banding virus (SVBV)

Vašková D., Špak J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 24-27abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Molecular identification of a phytoplasma naturally infecting Populus nigra L. cv. Italica trees in Croatia

Šeruga M., Škorić D., Botti S., Paltrinieri S., Juretić N., Bertaccini A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 28-30abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Discrimination of Czech Armillaria species  based on PCR method and high performance liquid chromatography

Lochman J., Šerý O., Jankovský L., Mikes V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 31-34abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Development of microsatellite markers for the  characterisation of Phaeoisariopsis griseola (bean angular leaf spot agent) populations in Central  America

Busogoro J.P., Duterme O., Lepoivre P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 35-37abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

New methods for detecting and enumerating fungal spores of plant  pathogens

Kennedy R., Wakeham A.J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 38-42abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Investigation of differences between wheat and barley  forms of Wheat dwarf virus and their distribution in host plants

Schubert J., Habekuß A., Rabenstein F.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 43-48abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Spread of fire blight in Austria  and Hungary – variability of Erwinia amylovora strains

Keck M., Hevesi M., Ruppitsch W., Stöger A., Richter S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 49-55abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Rice seedborne infection in southern Spain

Aguilar M., Castejón M., García M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 56-59abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Airborne nomadic pathogens: does virulence accumulate along the way from Paris to Beijing?

Limpert E., Bartoš P., Buchenauer H., Graber W.-K., Müller K., Šebesta J., Fuchs J.G.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 60-64abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Initial events in the establishment of cereal powdery mildew infection

Carver T.L.W., Wright A.J., Thomas B.J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 65-68abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Plasmodiophora  brassicae, the causal agent of clubroot disease, may penetrate plant cell walls via cellulase

Mühlenberg I., Schuller A., Siemens J., Kobelt P., Ludwig-Müller J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 69-72abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Mutations in wheat leading  to enhanced resistance to the fungal pathogen of yellow rust

Boyd L.A., Howie J.A., Worland T., Stratford R., Smith P.H.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 73-75abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Biochemical mechanisms of plant defense a central role for reactive  oxygen species

Heiser I., Elstner E.F.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 76-86abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Interactions of soil nutrient environment, pathogenesis and host resistance

Dixon G.R.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 87-94abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

The influence of jasmonic acid on the amount and the distribution of cysteine proteinase PLCP-2 in healthy and PVYNTN infected potato plants (Solanum tuberosum L.)

Pompe-Novak M., Tušek-Žnidarič M., Štrukelj B., Ravnikar M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 95-98abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Comparative study of proteases of pathogenic and saprophytic filamentous fungi

Dunaevsky Y.E., Gruban T.N., Beliakova G.A., Belozersky M.A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 99-101abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Serine proteases in the extracellular preparations of Phytophthora infestans: does their presence relate to the aggressiveness of the pathogen?

Hamill J., Selby C., Cooke L.R.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 102-103abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Ultrastructural localization and epitope mapping of Beet yellows closterovirus replicative proteins

Erokhina T.N., Zinovkin R.A., Lesemann D.-E., Jelkmann W., Agranovsky A.A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 104-107abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Identification and characterization of host proteins interacting with NSm, the Tomato spotted wilt virus movement protein

Paape M., Nell S., von Bargen S., Kellmann J.-W.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 108-111abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Transcript imaging and candidate gene strategy for the characterisation of Prunus/PPV interactions

Decroocq V., Schurdi-Levraud V., Wawrzyńczak D., Eyquard J.P., Lansac M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 112-116abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Origin of resistance to Plum pox virus in apricot: microsatellite (Ssr) data analysis

Zhebentyayeva T.N., Reighard G.L., Krška B., Gorina V.M., Abbott A.G.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 117-121abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Systemic induced resistance

Cohen Y.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 122-125abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Induction of resistance to fire blight in apple (Erwinia amylovora)

Paulin J.P., Chartier R., Tharaud M., Heintz C., Karniewicz V., Brisset M.N.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 126-127abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Oxalic-acid elicited resistance to Fusarium wilt in Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.

Attitalla I.H., Brishammar S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 128-131abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Mechanisms of resistance to viruses

Valkonen J.P.T.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 132-135abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Lack of active defence responses revealed in a soil-free Arabidopsis/Peronospora sterile co-cultivation system

Hermanns M., Slusarenko A.J., Schlaich L.N.L.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 136-138abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Molecular defense responses of apple genotypes in compatible and incompatible interactions with Erwinia amylovora

Brisset M.N., Venisse J.S., Paulin J.P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 139-140abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Resistance mechanisms in Lycopersicon spp. to tomato powdery mildew (Oidium neolycopersici)

Lebeda A., Mieslerová B., Luhová L., Mlíčková K.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 141-144abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Resistance variation in natural plant populations

Burdon J.J., Thrall P.H.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 145-150abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Genetics of disease resistance in Arabidopsis to crop pathogens

Holub E.B., Tör M., Cooper A., Gordon P., Gunn N.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 151-154abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Turnip mosaic virus determinants of virulence for Brassica napus resistance genes

Jenner C.E., Sánchez F., Tomimura K., Ohshima K., Ponz F., Walsh J.A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 155-157abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Stochastic variation and probabilistic model – estimating frequency of fungicide resistant phenotype in plant pathogen population

Kosman E.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 158-160abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Selection of AFLP markers linked with crown rust resistance in Lolium: efficiency of bulk segregant analysis in an Allogamous species

Muylle H., van Bockstaele E., Roldan-Ruiz I.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 161-164abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Understanding field resistance mechanisms for improved control of Septoria tritici

Lovell D.J., Parker S.R., Paveley N.D., Worland A.J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 165-169abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Evaluation of barley cultivars for resistance to leaf stripe

Etebarian H.R.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 170-173abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Viroids: sequence variability and evolution of pathogenic RNA

Matoušek J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 173-176abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Gene-for-gene interactions are required for disease resistance mediated by virus transgene

Ravelonandro M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 177-179abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Genetics of resistance to Plum pox virus in apricot

Krška B., Salava J., Polák J., Komínek P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 180-182abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Molecular studies of Potato mop-top virus (PMTV) in transgenic N. benthamiana and S. tuberosum

Germundsson A., Sandgren M., Barker H., Savenkov E.I., Valkonen J.P.T.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 183-185abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Genetics of wheat somaclones resistance to Bipolaris sorokiniana Shoem.

Tyryshkin L.G., Tyryshkina-Shishelova N.A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 186-188abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Resistance and tolerance to potato cyst nematodes among Ukrainian potato cultivars and breeding materials

Pylypenko L.A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 189-194abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Modes of action of non-pathogenic strains of Fusarium oxysporum in controlling Fusarium wilts

Alabouvette C., Olivain Ch.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 195-199abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Plant extracts as the source of physiologically active compounds suppressing the development of pathogenic fungi

Karavaev V.A., Solntsev M.K., Kuznetsov A.M., Polyakova I.B., Frantsev V.V., Yurina E.V., Yurina T.P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 200-204abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Antibiotic production of the biocontrol agents Epicoccum nigrum and Candida sake

Larena I., Liñán M., Melgarejo P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 205-208abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Influence of Pythium oligandrum on population of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. dianthi and development of Fusarium wilt of carnation

Orlikowski L.B., Jaworska-Marosz A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 209-211abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Practical application of integrated disease management

Zinkernagel V., Hausladen H., Habermeyer H.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 212-220abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Winter wheat protection against diseases and pests in conventional programme of crop protection and in integrated pest management

Jańczak C., Pruszyński S., Bubniewicz P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 221-226abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Effect of barley-legume intercrop on disease frequency in an organic farming system

Kinane J., Lyngkjaer M.F.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 227-231abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Developing Verticillium resistant rootstock for Norway maple

Hiemstra J.A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 232-234abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Biotic relations between Rhizoctonia solani (damping-off pathogen) and soil fungal communities from forest nursery

Stepniewska S., Mańka M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 235-238abstractdownload PDF

Advances in the methods of detection of plant viruses and bacteria (abstract only)

Cambra M., López M.M., Gorris M.T., Llop P., Bertolini E., Olmos A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 239-239abstract

Suppression of the oxidative burst as pathogenicity factor of Botrytis cinerea (abstract only)

Unger Ch., Kleta S., von Tiedemann A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 240-240abstract

Frequent occurrence of natural recombinant Plum pox virus isolates in Slovakia: from identification to epidemiological consequences (abstract only)

Glasa M., Marie-Jeanne V., Šubr Z., Kúdela O.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 240-240

Multiplex detection of plant (quarantine) pathogens by micro-arrays: an innovative tool for plant health management (abstract only)

Schoen C., de Weerdt M., Hilhorst R., Chan A., Boender P., Zijlstra C., Bonants P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 240-240abstract

Genomic approaches to natural and artificial evolution of plant disease resistance genes (abstract only)

Michelmore R.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 241-241abstract

A study of resistant response of Raphanus sativus cv. Siletina hairy roots obtained after transformation with Agrobacterium rhizogenes to infection with Heterodera schachtii (abstract only)

Lichocka M., Grundler F., Golinowski W.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 241-241abstract

Expression pattern of Le-Exp5 gene in syncytia induced by Globodera rostochiensisin in roots of susceptible tomato (abstract only)

Sobczak M., Fudali S., Golecki B., Janakowski S., Grymaszewska G., Kurek W., Lichocka M., Grundler F., Golinowski W.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 242-242abstract

Gene transcript profiling of single barley epidermal cells attacked by powdery mildew (abstract only)

Lyngkjaer M.L., Gjetting T.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 242-242abstract

Plant immunization — manipulating innate defence responses (abstract only)

Lucas J.A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 243-243abstract

BTH induced barley genes: co-regulated or directly involved in powdery mildew resistance? (abstract only)

Langen G., Beßer K., Eichmann R., Geldermann U., Kah B., von Rüden S., Kogel K.H.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 243-243abstract

Hordeivirus cysteine-rich proteins regulate plant defence response controlling both triggering and suppression of RNA silencing (abstract only)

Solovyev A.G., Yelina N.E., Savenkov E.I., Morozov S.Yu., Valkonen J.P.T., Belozersky A.N.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 244-244abstract

Mechanisms of plant resistance to bacterial pathogens (abstract only)

Lahaye T., Gürlebeck D., Jordan T., Marois E., Meyer A., Peters K., Schornack S., Szurek B., Bonas U.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 244-244abstract

Bipolaris sorokiniana on cereals: a new model for molecular work on hemibiotrophy (abstract only)

Schäfer P., Hückelhoven R., Langen G., Kumar J., Kogel K.H.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 245-245abstract

Disease resistance and pathogen population genetic

McDonald B.A., Linde C.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 245-248abstractdownload PDF

Disease resistance and pathogen population genetics (abstract only)

McDonald B.A., Linde C.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 245-245abstract

Detection of AFLP markers linked to Plum pox virus resistance genes in apricot (abstract only)

Salava J., Wang E., Krška B., Polák J., Komínek J., Abbott A.G.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 246-246abstract

Resistance to Turnip mosaic virus in cabbage (abstract only)

Krämer R., Marthe F., Ryschka U., Klocke E., Schubert J., Ehrig F., Rabenstein J., Schumann G.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 246-246abstract

Biocontrol agents, resistance inducers and genetic engineering for protection of apple and pear against fire blight (Erwinia amylovora) (abstract only)

Sobiczewski P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 247-247abstract

SI 2 - 6th Conf EFPP 2002

Special Issue – DISEASE RESISTANCE IN PLANT PATHOLOGY, 6th Conference of European Foundation for Plant Pathology, Prague, Czech Republic, 8–14 September 2002
Second part

Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): -download PDF

Detection of Peach latent mosaic viroid by PCR

Ryšánek P., Zouhar M., Hassan M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 249-251abstractdownload PDF

Simplification of RNA preparation procedure for RT-PCR in detection of pome fruit tree viruses

Kundu J.K.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 252-254abstractdownload PDF

Electronmicroscopic study of Beet soilborne pomovirus

Kudláčková P., Zouhar M., Ryšánek P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 255-257abstractdownload PDF

Criteria for identification of Cauliflower mosaic virus’s of the far eastern strains

Gnutova R.V., Tolkach V.F., Bogunov Ju.V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 258-260abstractdownload PDF

Viruses of cucumber isolated from some regions of Ukraine

Ryzhkova A., Shevchenko T.P., Budzanivska I.G., Polischuk V.P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 261-263abstractdownload PDF

Preliminary molecular characterization of some Citrus tristeza Closterovirus isolates infecting Croatian citrus

Černi S., Škorić D., Krajačić M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 264-266abstractdownload PDF

Selection of RNA isolation method for molecular detection of grapevine viruses

Komínek P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 267-270abstractdownload PDF

Detection  of the phytosanitary status of stone fruit cultivars under in vitro conditions in Hungary

Balla I., Kriston É., Tóth E., Arthofer W., Hanzer V., Laimer M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 271-274abstractdownload PDF

Genetic variability between different isolates of Potato mop-top virus (PMTV)

Rosecká P., Moravec T., Filigarová M., Dědič P., Čeřovská N.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 275-277abstractdownload PDF

Biological and molecular characterization of various isolates  of Potato virus Y-N (PVY-N) strain group

Ptáček J., Dědič P., Matoušek J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 278-280abstractdownload PDF

Susceptibility of Austrian apricot and peach cultivars to

Richter S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 281-284abstractdownload PDF

 Weed hosts  of phytoplasmas in the Czech Republic

Válová P., Fialová R., Navrátil M., Fránová J., Šimková M., Nebesářová J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 285-287abstractdownload PDF

Genotypic characterisation of the Erwinia genus by PCR-RFLP analysis of rpoS gene

Waleron M., Waleron K., Łojkowska E.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 288-290abstractdownload PDF

Immunochemical, biochemical and pathogenic properties of fluidal and intermediate strains of Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicus

Kokošková B., Jeřabková R.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 291-293abstractdownload PDF

Detection of bacterial wilt pathogen of lucerne by PCR

Bryxiová M., Kůdela V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 294-296abstractdownload PDF

Characterization by RAPD-PCR of races of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. ciceri infecting chickpea

Abou-Zeid N.M., Halila H., Khalil M.S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 297-301abstractdownload PDF

Race structure of Pyrenophora tritici-repentis isolates obtained from wheat in South America

Shaukat A., Francl L.J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 302-304abstractdownload PDF

Trichoderma polysporum as possible weak pathogen of tulip bulbs and roots

Piwoni A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 305-307abstractdownload PDF

Fusarium fungi as a pathogen causing hop wilt

Sabo J., Đurić T., Jasnić S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 308-310abstractdownload PDF

Some characteristics of Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici originated from Poznań region

Weber Z.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 311-318abstract

Application of molecular methods for characterization of Botrytis fabae and Botrytis cinerea of faba bean

Abou-Zeid N.M., Dorriah I.H., Marwa A.A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 314-318abstractdownload PDF

Fungi settling seedlings of Stewartia pseudocamelia (Max.)

Gajda I., Kurzawińska H., Muras P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 319-321abstractdownload PDF

Some pathogenic properties of Rhizoctonia solani to sugar beet seedlings

Moliszewska E.B., Schneider J.H.M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 322-324abstractdownload PDF

From researches on the healthiness of gladiolus (Gladiolus sp. L.) corms in reproduction crops

Budzikur-Ramza E., Bartyńska M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 325-328abstractdownload PDF

Effect of fungicides on the growth of fungi isolated from in vitro propagated fruit-bearing plants

Kowalik M., Gródek M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 329-331abstractdownload PDF

Fungal diseases of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) cultivated in the south region of Poland

Mazur S., Nawrocki J., Kućmierz J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 332-335abstractdownload PDF

Influence of nitrogen fertilizing on occurrence of fungi infecting parsley seedling roots (Petroselinum sativum Hoffm.)

Nawrocki J., Mazur S., Kućmierz J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 336-339abstractdownload PDF

Epidemiology of Septoria leaf blotch on spring triticale in West Lithuania

Janušauskaitė D.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 338-390abstractdownload PDF

Monitoring of incidence and determination of fungi on caraway, fennel, coriander and anise, consideration of disease importance and possibility of chemical protection

Odstrčilová L., Ondřej M., Kocourková B., Růžičková G.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 340-343abstractdownload PDF

investigation of fungi infesting the caraway seeds (Carum carvi L.) in the south region of Poland

Szczeponek A., Mazur S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 344-346abstractdownload PDF

Fungi colonizing various organs of lemon balm (Melissa officinalis L.) cultivated in South-East Poland

Machowicz-Stefaniak Z., Zalewska E., Zimowska B.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 347-350abstractdownload PDF

Detection of root knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita by PCR

Tesařová B., Zouhar M., Lucinio J., Ryšánek P.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 351-353abstractdownload PDF

Morphological characteristics and distribution of Globodera species in Slovenia

Urek G., Širca S., Meglič V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 354-357abstractdownload PDF

Using point mutations in rDNA for differentiation of bioraces of Ditylenchus dipsaci from the Czech Republic

Zouhar M., Marek M., Lucinio J., Ryšánek P.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 358-360abstractdownload PDF

Communities of bacteria and fungi occurring in the rhizosphere of winter wheat

Patkowska E., Pięta D., Pastucha A.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 361-abstractdownload PDF

Annual herbs – possible reservoirs of sharka disease?

Slováková Ľ., Dávidová I.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 364-366abstractdownload PDF

Occurrence of nepoviruses in small fruits and fruit trees in Slovakia

Šubíková V., Kollerová E., Slováková Ľ.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 367-369abstractdownload PDF

Population dynamics of the leafhopper Psammotettix alienus Dahlb. and two-year investigations into the occurrence of Wheat dwarf virus (WDV) in crops of winter barley located in the Middle German Dry Region, Germany

Mehner S., Manurung B., Schmidt D., Grüntzig M., Witsack W., Fuchs E.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 370-374abstractdownload PDF

Orchid viruses of natural Ukrainian flora

Koroteyeva A.V., Polischuk V.P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 375-377abstractdownload PDF

Genetic variation between Colletotrichum lindemuthianum isolates

Ansari K.I., Palacios N., Araya C., Langin T., Egan D., Doohan F.M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 378-380abstractdownload PDF

Tan spot development peculiarities in Latvia

Bankina B.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 381-383abstractdownload PDF

Dark leaf and pod spot (Alternaria brassicae) on oilseeds (Brassica napus) in Lithuania

Brazauskiene I., Petraitiene E.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 384-387abstractdownload PDF

Morphotypes of Botrytis cinerea Pers.: Fr. in the conditions of Belarus

Khramtsov A.K., Shukanov A.S., Polyksenova V.D.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 391-394abstractdownload PDF

Distribution and pathogenic peculiarities of fungi of the Alternaria genus on vegetable crops in Lithuania

Shidlauskienė A., Survilienė E.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 395-398abstractdownload PDF

Investigation of biological peculiarities of Blumeriella jaapii

Valiushkaite A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 399-401abstractdownload PDF

Evaluation of fusarioses in selected grass species

Voženílková B., Klimeš F.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 402-405abstractdownload PDF

Comparison of multiplex real-time PCR and ergosterol assays in quantifying Heterobasidion annosum in planta

Hietala A.M., Eikenes M., Kvaalen M., Solheim H., Fossdal C.G.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 406-407abstractdownload PDF

Occurrence and virulence of wheat yellow rust in Hungary during 1999–2001

Manninger K.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 408-410abstractdownload PDF

Biodiversity of rust fungi in the Šumava (Bohemian Forest) and in the Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), Czech Republic

Marková J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 411-414abstractdownload PDF

Distribution of cucurbit powdery mildew species in the Czech Republic

Křístková E., Lebeda A., Sedláková B., Duchoslav M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 415-416abstractdownload PDF

Comparison of two wheat powdery mildew differential sets in seedling tests

Vida G., Szunics L., Gál M., Veisz O., Bedő Z.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 417-420abstractdownload PDF

Septoria epidemics on wheat: combined use of visual assessment and PCR-based diagnostics to identify mechanisms of disease escape

Fraaije B.A., Lovell D.J., Baldwin S.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 421-424abstractdownload PDF

Development and ultrastructure observations of secondary hyphae of Podosphaera leucotricha on apple cultivars of varying susceptibility to powdery mildew

Rakhimova E.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 425-428abstractdownload PDF

Development of Colletotrichum acutatum in the foliar tissue of strawberry plants

Arroyo F.T., Moreno F.J., Daza P., Torreblanca J., García-Herdugo G., de Los Santos B., Barrau C., Blanco C., Porras M., Romero F.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 429-431abstractdownload PDF

The role of gum induced by Fusarium oxysporum Schlecht. Snyd. et Hans. f.sp. tulipae Apt. in tulip bulbs on growth and development of the pathogen

Saniewska A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 432-435abstractdownload PDF

Preliminary evaluation of the effect of Ampelomyces quisqualis on the degree of plant infestation with selected Erysiphales species proposed as potential bioindicators

Sucharzewska E., Dynowska M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 436-438abstractdownload PDF

Effect of cropping system on a fungal community colonizing seeds of fodder galega (Galega orientalis Lam.)

Cwalina-Ambroziak B.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 439-441abstractdownload PDF

Microorganisms colonising the rhizosphere of winter wheat protected with Impact Super 347 SC fungicide and Bion 50 WG plant resistance stimulator

Wachowska U., Majchrzak B.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 442-445abstractdownload PDF

Oxidative burst and cell death induced by b-quercinin and zoospores of Phytophthora quercina in tobacco cell cultures

Koehl J., Elstner E.F., Oßwald W., Heiser I.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 446-448abstractdownload PDF

Changes in photosynthetic apparatus of tobacco leaves in conditions of virus infection and shortage of nitrogen

Ulinets V.Z., Polischuk V.P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 449-451abstractdownload PDF

Inhibition of Solanaceae plants by combined effect of increased concentrations of heavy metals and viral infection

Budzanivska I.G., Demyanenko F.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 452-454abstractdownload PDF

Stress caused by plant virus infection in presence of heavy metals

Shevchenko A.V., Budzanivska I.G., Shevchenko T.P., Polischuk V.P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 455-457abstractdownload PDF

Functional studies on the role of reactive oxygen intermediates in the resistance of barley against powdery mildew

Hückelhoven R., Trujillo M., Dechert C., Schultheiss H., Kogel K.-H.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 458-460abstractdownload PDF

In planta and in vitro interactions between Phomopsis (Diaporthe) isolates and sunflower

Pennisi A.M., Abenavoli M.R., Maimone B., Di Dio L.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 461-465abstractdownload PDF

Side effect of iodosulfuron-methyl/Na + mefenpyr-diethyl and isoproturon on micromycetes on winter wheat

Prokinová E., Patočková K.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 466-468abstractdownload PDF

Chitinases and endoglucanases synthesized in the infected barley leaves in the powdery mildew period sporulation

Hlinková E., Bobák M., Illéš P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 469-473abstractdownload PDF

Albugo candida (white rust) suppresses resistance to downy mildew pathogens in Arabidopsis thaliana

Cooper A.J., Woods-Tör A., Holub E.B.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 474-476abstractdownload PDF

Knock-down of the small G-protein RACB enhances penetration-resistance of barley against the powdery mildew fungus

Schultheiss H., Dechert C., Kogel K.-H., Hückelhoven R.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 477-479abstractdownload PDF

Characterization of two closely linked soybean pgip genes and transcript regulation following pathogen infection and wounding

D’Ovidio R., Roberti S., Melaragni M., Capodicasa C., Sella L.S., Favaron F.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 480-482abstractdownload PDF

Isolation of differentially expressed genes involved in clubroot disease

Schuller A., Ludwig-Müller J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 483-486abstractdownload PDF

Promoter studies of chemically induced BCI-genes in the pathosystem barley – powdery mildew

Geldermann U., Langen G., Kogel K.-H.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 487-488abstractdownload PDF

Cross-protection mechanisms between biotic and abiotic stresses in plants

Demaria D., Valentino D., Matta A., Cardinale F.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 490-493abstractdownload PDF

Chitosan in the control of rose powdery mildew and downy mildew

Wojdyła T.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 494-496abstractdownload PDF

Stimulant effect of plant activator BION on photosynthesis and its inhibitory effect on pathogenic fungi

Solntsev M.K., Karavaev V.A., Yurina T.P., Yurina E.V., Kuznetsov A.M., Polyakova I.B., Frantsev V.V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 497-501abstractdownload PDF

Host gene expression at an early stage of virus resistance induction

Gammelgård E., Mohan M.L., Andersson R.A., Valkonen J.P.T.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 502-503abstractdownload PDF

Temporal expression of a PGIP-gene in strawberry cultivars induced by wounding or by Botrytis cinerea infection

Mehli L.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 504-506abstractdownload PDF

Role of plant cell in host-pathogen interactions: Lactuca spp.-Bremia lactucae

Sedlářová M., Lebeda A., Binarová P., Luhová L.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 507-509abstractdownload PDF

Several downy mildew resistance genes in Arabidopsis require signaling via a homologue of yeast SGT1

Tör M., Gordon P., Cuzick A., Yemm A., Holub E.B.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 510-512abstractdownload PDF

Increase of plum resistance to natural infections with Plum pox virus

Minoiu N., Oprean I., Platon I., Stegerean P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 513-515abstractdownload PDF

Ergosterol induces mobilization of internal calcium in tobacco cells

Kašparovský T., Milat M.-L., Blein J.-P., Havel L., Mikeš V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 516-518abstractdownload PDF

 Resistance of Arabidopsis thaliana to the obligate biotrophic parasite Plasmodiophora brassicae

Arbeiter A., Fähling M., Graf H., Sacristán M.D., Siemens J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 519-522abstractdownload PDF

The role of type III secretion system in Erwinia carotovora subsp. atroseptica virulence

Ageichik A.V., Evtushenkov A.N., Nikolaichik Y.A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 523-527abstractdownload PDF

Monitoring of endophytic Brenneria salicis in willow and its relation to watermark disease

Maes M., Baeyen S., De Croo H., De Smet K., Steenackers M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 528-530abstractdownload PDF

Virulence complexity and its increasing in the Czech population of Blumeria graminis f.sp. hordei

Dreiseitl A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 531-532abstractdownload PDF

Greenhouse test for the resistance to root and stem rot of Hypericum perforatum L. accessions

Kačergius A., Radaitienė D.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 533-535abstractdownload PDF

Occurrence of pathotypes of Diplocarpon rosae on roses in Belgium

Leus L., Kegelaers G., Van Bockstaele E., Höfte M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 536-538abstractdownload PDF

Statice downy mildew and plant susceptibility to Peronospora statices

Skrzypczak C.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 539-541abstractdownload PDF

Maize resistance to Sugarcane mosaic virus

Pokorný R., Porubová M.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 542-544abstractdownload PDF

Ways of increasing resistance to viruses into the single plant and in populations

Balashova-Lakhmatova I.T., Balashova N.N., Pivovarov V.F.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 545-551abstractdownload PDF

Effect of rootstock clones on fire blight susceptibility in scion apple cultivars

Korba J., Patáková K., Kůdela V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 552-554abstractdownload PDF

Assessment of genetic resistance to crown gall in roots of apricot hybrid descents

Tsiantos J., Psallidas P., Martins J.M.S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 555-557abstractdownload PDF

Genetic diversity of barley landraces from Near East, North Africa and Southern Europe in relation to resistance to powdery mildew

Czembor J.H., Czembor H.J., Mackey M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 558-560abstractdownload PDF

Reaction of pea selections to Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. pisi (races 1, 2, 5, 6) and Fusarium solani

Hýsek J., Kreuzman J., Brožová J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 561-564abstractdownload PDF

New Polish cultivars of flax resistant to Fusarium wilt

Andruszewska A., Langner K., Byczyńska M.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 565-568abstractdownload PDF

Reaction of maize hybrids to ear rot caused by Fusarium graminearum Schwabe

Pastirčák M., Lemmens M., Šrobárová A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 569-571abstractdownload PDF

Sensitivity of winter rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) to isolates of the fungus Leptosphaeria maculans (Desm.) Ces. et de Not

Plachká E., Odstrčilová L.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 572-574abstractdownload PDF

Response of winter wheat cultivars to artificial infection with Pyrenophora tritici-repentis in field and greenhouse conditions

Šárová J., Šíp V., Hanzalová A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 575-579abstractdownload PDF

Characterisation of fusarium head blight resistance located on chromosome 4A of Triticum macha

Steed A., Chandler E., Thomsett M., Carter J., Faure S., Nicholson P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 580-582abstractdownload PDF

Evaluation of gooseberry cultivars resistance to the American gooseberry powdery mildew Sphaerotheca mors uvae Schwein and its chemical control

Vaverka M., Vaverka S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 583-587abstractdownload PDF

Mapping of resistance genes to brown rust in 1R chromosome of rye (Secale cereale L.)

Baranova O.A., Dmitriev A.P., Voylocov A.V., Solodukhina O.V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 588-589abstractdownload PDF

Occurrence and intensity of more important fungal diseases on soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) cultivars

Duvnjak T., Vrataric M., Sudaric A., Cosic J.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 590-592abstractdownload PDF

Efficiency of leaf rust resistance genes in Martonvásár

Gál M., Szunics L., Vida G., Szunics Lu., Veisz O., Bedő Z.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 593-595abstractdownload PDF

Genetic control and combining ability of resistance to American mildew, Septoria leaf spot and gall mite in black currant

Šikšnianas T.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 596-599abstractdownload PDF

Using scab resistant donors in apple breeding

Gelvonauskis B., Gelvonauskienė D.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 600-603abstractdownload PDF

Sunflower breeding for resistance to the new races of broomrape (Orobanche cumana Wallr.) in Romania

Păcureanu joiţa M., Procopovici E., Raranciuc S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 604-607abstractdownload PDF

Nicotiana benthamiana plants transgenic for PPV-SWC coat protein are resistant to PPV infection

Comes S., Fanigliulo A., Piazzolla P., Crescenzi A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 608-612abstractdownload PDF

Genetic control of Pyrenophora teres virulence to three barley accessions

Mironenko N., Filatova O., Afanasenko O.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 612-614abstractdownload PDF

Characterisation of a PR-1: Luciferase transgenic line deployed to uncover novel defence-related Arabidopsis mutants by luciferase imaging

Chini A., Murray S., Grant J., Thomson C., Loake G.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 615-616abstractdownload PDF

Protective activity of the fungal polysaccharides against fusariosis

Šrobárová A., Kogan G., Tamas L., Machová E.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 617-619abstractdownload PDF

Effects of temperature on in vitro response of Trichoderma strains against strawberry pathogen Rhizoctonia solani Kühn.

Porras M., Barrau C., Santos B., Arroyo F.T., Blanco C., Romero F.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 620-622abstractdownload PDF

Effect of aqueous extracts of aspen, black currant, folded blackberry and walnut leaves on development of pathogenic fungi

Stompor-Chrzan E.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 623-625abstractdownload PDF

Effectiveness of CaCl2 and Tween 80 in enhancing yeast biocontrol activity against Penicillium digitatum on tarocco orange

Strano L., Campisano A., Coco V., Grimaldi V., Catara A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 626-628abstractdownload PDF

Fungicidal preparations from Inula viscosa

Cohen Y., Baider A., Ben-Daniel B., Ben-Daniel Y.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 629-630abstractdownload PDF

Fungi isolated from soil with quicksets of Chamaecyparis lawsoniana and their influence on the growth of Phytophthora cinnamomi and Rhizoctonia solani

Kurzawińska H., Gajda I.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 631-633abstractdownload PDF

In vitro evaluation of fungal antagonists of Phytophthora nicotianae

Nicoletti R., Raimo F., Cozzolino E.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 634-637abstractdownload PDF

Assessment of orange fruit colonization by biocontrol yeasts

Coco V., Grimaldi V., Campisano A., Strano L., Catara A.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 638-641abstractdownload PDF

Effect of the product of radiational removal of SO2 and NOx from combustion gases on the population of Globodera rostochiensis nematodes (Woll., Behrens 1975)

Kaup G., Janowicz K., Paruch K.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 642-644abstractdownload PDF

Biological control of seedling damping-off and root rot of sugar beet plants

El-Kazzaz M.K., Badr M.M., El-Zahaby H.M., Gouda M.I.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 645-647abstractdownload PDF

Potato virus S (PVS): puzzling virus for potato breeders and seed producers

Dědič P., Ptáček J., Horáčková V., Matoušek V., Čeřovská N., Filigarová M.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 648-651abstractdownload PDF

Incidence and severity of Septoria leaf blotch in winter wheat in relation to reduced dosage of fungicides

Gaurilčikienė I.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 652-655abstractdownload PDF

Verticillium wilt in tree species; elements for integrated and innovative management strategies (EU-Project QLRT-CT99-1523)

Hiemstra J.A. (co-ordinator)
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 656-658abstractdownload PDF

Decrease of Venturia inaequalis (Cook) Aderh. sensitivity to dodine and sterol demethylation inhibitor fungicides

Meszka B., Bielenin A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 659-661abstractdownload PDF

Healthiness of winter wheat and spring barley farmed under different systems

Łukanowski A., Baturo A., Sadowski Cz.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 662-666abstractdownload PDF

Control of powdery mildew, Blumeria graminis (DC), in spring and winter wheat with decision support system based on assessments and weather data

Semaškienė R., Tamošiūnas K., Dabkevičius Z.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 667-669abstract

The sensitivity of Botrytis cinerea Pers.: Fr. to new botryticides in the protection of vineyards

Topolovec-Pintarić S., Cvjetković B., Miličević T.:
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 670-672abstractdownload PDF

Associated-food-hazards: storage fungi and mites in poppy, mustard, lettuce and wheat

Stejskal V., Hubert J., Kubátová A.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 673-680abstractdownload PDF

Control of ergot (Claviceps purpurea (Fr.) Tul.) ascoscarpus formation under the impact of chemical, biological seed dressing

Dabkevičius Z., Semaškienė R.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 681-683abstractdownload PDF

Practical experience with antiresistance strategies in the fungicides control of potato late blight

Doležal P., Hausvater E., Táborský V.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 684-687abstractdownload PDF

Dynamics of most important fungal diseases of strawberries in Croatia and suggestions for integrated control

Miličević T., Cvjetković B., Topolovec-Pintarić S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 689-691abstractdownload PDF

Effects of sewage sludge on the parameters of the crop production and influence on some phytopathogenic soil fungi

Pisarek I., Moliszewska E.B.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 692-695abstractdownload PDF

Incidence of temperature-related abiotic diseases in Spanish garlic bulbs

Cabrera J., López-Bellido F.J., Recio D., Alía J.M., Serrano M., Verdejo C.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 696-699abstractdownload PDF

Integrated control strategy of apple scab according to warning equipment

Raudonis L.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 700-703abstractdownload PDF

Case studies for precision agriculture

Šilha J., Hamouz P., Táborský V., Štípek K., Šnobl J., Voříšek K., Růžek L., Brodský L., Švec K.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 704-710abstractdownload PDF

Durable resistance against Meloidogyne chitwoodi and M. fallax

Zoon F.C., Golinowski W., Janssen R., Mugniéry D., Phillips M.S., Schlathoelter M., Smant G., Van Kruijssen L., Van der Beek J.G.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 711-713abstractdownload PDF

Molecular and genetic studies of the basis of virulence/avirulence in Meloidogyne chitwoodi

Blok V.C., Wishart J., Mugniéry D., Bossis M., Castagnone-Sereno P., Neveu C., Smant G., Zijlstra C., Zoon F.C., Phillips M.S.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 714-716abstractdownload PDF

Breeding tools for durable resistance to nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) of coffee varieties

Lashermes P.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 717-720abstractdownload PDF

Comparison of gene expression in Solanum bulbocastanum infected with virulent and avirulent isolates of Meloidogyne chitwoodi

Wishart J., Phillips M.S., Paterson A., Blok V.C.
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): 721-722abstractdownload PDF

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