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Phytophthora multivora, a recently described species recovered from declining natural ecosystems in Western Australia, was detected in the natural site of the rare and endangered Wollemi pine in New South Wales. The Phytophthora species was identified based on morphology and sequence analysis of...
The presence of Bois noir phytoplasma (BNp, Stolbur, 16SrXII-A) in Sicily, one of the most important Italian grape-producing regions, has been known since 1996, but its epidemiology and distribution in the region have been studied only recently. Grapevines and weeds showing symptoms of...
Pratylenchus thornei is a major pathogen of wheat in Australia. Two glasshouse experiments with four wheat cultivars that had different final populations (Pf) of P. thornei in the field were used to optimise conditions for assessing resistance. With different initial populations (Pi) ranging up...
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