Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002)

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

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Review

Plant pathology in the Czech Republic

V. Kůdela
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S1-S8abstractdownload PDF
Review

Plant resistance and strategies for breeding resistant varieties

D.A.C. Pink, P. Hand
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S9-S14abstractdownload PDF
Review

A critical appraisal of non conventional resistance to plant viruses

G.P. Martelli
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S15-S20abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

S. Marbot, J. Kummert, M. Salmon, M. Vendrame, A. Huwaert, O. Dutrecq, P. Lepoivre
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S21-S23abstractdownload 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)

D. Vašková, J. Špak
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S24-S27abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

M. Šeruga, D. Škorić, S. Botti, S. Paltrinieri, N. Juretić, A. Bertaccini
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S28-S30abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

J. Lochman, O. Šerý, L. Jankovský, V. Mikes
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S31-S34abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

J.P. Busogoro, O. Duterme, P. Lepoivre
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S35-S37abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

New methods for detecting and enumerating fungal spores of plant  pathogens

R. Kennedy, A.J. Wakeham
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S38-S42abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

J. Schubert, A. Habekuß, F. Rabenstein
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S43-S48abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

M. Keck, M. Hevesi, W. Ruppitsch, A. Stöger, S. Richter
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S49-S55abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Rice seedborne infection in southern Spain

M. Aguilar, M. Castejón, M. García
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S56-S59abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

E. Limpert, P. Bartoš, H. Buchenauer, W.-K. Graber, K. Müller, J. Šebesta, J.G. Fuchs
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S60-S64abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Initial events in the establishment of cereal powdery mildew infection

T.L.W. Carver, A.J. Wright, B.J. Thomas
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S65-S68abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

I. Mühlenberg, A. Schuller, J. Siemens, P. Kobelt, J. Ludwig-Müller
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S69-S72abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

L.A. Boyd, J.A. Howie, T. Worland, R. Stratford, P.H. Smith
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S73-S75abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

I. Heiser, E.F. Elstner
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S76-S86abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Interactions of soil nutrient environment, pathogenesis and host resistance

G.R. Dixon
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S87-S94abstractdownload 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.)

M. Pompe-Novak, M. Tušek-Žnidarič, B. Štrukelj, M. Ravnikar
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S95-S98abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Comparative study of proteases of pathogenic and saprophytic filamentous fungi

Y.E. Dunaevsky, T.N. Gruban, G.A. Beliakova, M.A. Belozersky
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S99-S101abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

J. Hamill, C. Selby, L.R. Cooke
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S102-S103abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Ultrastructural localization and epitope mapping of Beet yellows closterovirus replicative proteins

T.N. Erokhina, R.A. Zinovkin, D.-E. Lesemann, W. Jelkmann, A.A. Agranovsky
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S104-S107abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

M. Paape, S. Nell, S. von Bargen, J.-W. Kellmann
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S108-S111abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

V. Decroocq, V. Schurdi-Levraud, D. Wawrzyńczak, J.P. Eyquard, M. Lansac
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S112-S116abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

T.N. Zhebentyayeva, G.L. Reighard, B. Krška, V.M. Gorina, A.G. Abbott
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S117-S121abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Systemic induced resistance

Y. Cohen
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S122-S125abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

J.P. Paulin, R. Chartier, M. Tharaud, C. Heintz, V. Karniewicz, M.N. Brisset
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S126-S127abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

I.H. Attitalla, S. Brishammar
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S128-S131abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Mechanisms of resistance to viruses

J.P.T. Valkonen
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S132-S135abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

M. Hermanns, A.J. Slusarenko, L.N.L. Schlaich
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S136-S138abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

M.N. Brisset, J.S. Venisse, J.P. Paulin
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S139-S140abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

A. Lebeda, B. Mieslerová, L. Luhová, K. Mlíčková
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S141-S144abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Resistance variation in natural plant populations

J.J. Burdon, P.H. Thrall
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S145-S150abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Genetics of disease resistance in Arabidopsis to crop pathogens

E.B. Holub, M. Tör, A. Cooper, P. Gordon, N. Gunn
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S151-S154abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Turnip mosaic virus determinants of virulence for Brassica napus resistance genes

C.E. Jenner, F. Sánchez, K. Tomimura, K. Ohshima, F. Ponz, J.A. Walsh
Plant Protect. Sci., 38 (2002): S155-S157abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

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

E. Kosman
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

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

Understanding field resistance mechanisms for improved control of Septoria tritici

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

Evaluation of barley cultivars for resistance to leaf stripe

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

Viroids: sequence variability and evolution of pathogenic RNA

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

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

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

Genetics of resistance to Plum pox virus in apricot

B. Krška, J. Salava, J. Polák, P. Komínek
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

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

Genetics of wheat somaclones resistance to Bipolaris sorokiniana Shoem.

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

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

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

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

C. Alabouvette, Ch. Olivain
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

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

Antibiotic production of the biocontrol agents Epicoccum nigrum and Candida sake

I. Larena, M. Liñán, P. Melgarejo
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

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

Practical application of integrated disease management

V. Zinkernagel, H. Hausladen, H. Habermeyer
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

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

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

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

Developing Verticillium resistant rootstock for Norway maple

J.A. Hiemstra
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

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

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

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

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

Ch. Unger, S. Kleta, A. von Tiedemann
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)

M. Glasa, V. Marie-Jeanne, Z. Šubr, O. Kúdela
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)

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

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)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Plant immunization — manipulating innate defence responses (abstract only)

J.A. Lucas
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)

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

Mechanisms of plant resistance to bacterial pathogens (abstract only)

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

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

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

Disease resistance and pathogen population genetics (abstract only)

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

Disease resistance and pathogen population genetic

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

Resistance to Turnip mosaic virus in cabbage (abstract only)

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

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

J. Salava, E. Wang, B. Krška, J. Polák, J. Komínek, A.G. Abbott
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)

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

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