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  1. Quantifying risk factors associated with light-induced potato tuber greening in retail stores
  2. Suberin deposition in potato periderm: a novel resistance mechanism against tuber greening
  3. First Report of Systemic Downy Mildew of Opium Poppy Caused by Peronospora somniferi in Australia
  4. Brevipalpus oncidii, a new record for Australia, is not a vector of Orchid fleck virus
  5. Toughing It Out—Disease-Resistant Potato Mutants Have Enhanced Tuber Skin Defenses
  6. Varietal Response to Groundnut Rosette Disease and the First Report ofGroundnut ringspot virusin Ghana
  7. Grading Seed Potato Lots to Remove Tubers with Powdery Scab Damage may not Eliminate the Pathogen Threat
  8. Mechanisms of thaxtomin A-induced root toxicity revealed by a thaxtomin A sensitive Arabidopsis mutant (ucu2-2/gi-2)
  9. Monitoring Spongospora subterranea Development in Potato Roots Reveals Distinct Infection Patterns and Enables Efficient Assessment of Disease Control Methods
  10. Modeling Pathogen DNA Content and Visual Disease Assessment in Seed Tubers to Inform Disease in Potato Progeny Root, Stolon, and Tubers
  11. The tomato potato psyllid,Bactericera cockerelli(Šulc, 1909) (Hemiptera: Triozidae): a review of the threat of the psyllid to Australian solanaceous crop industries and surveillance for incursions in potato crops
  12. Multiplex RT-PCR detection of three common viruses infecting orchids
  13. A comparison of potato seed-tuber sampling strategies using visual and DNA analyses to estimate incidence of major seed tuber-borne pathogens
  14. Robustness of Industrial Crops in High Production Cost Agricultural Systems – Dealing with Market Flux
  15. Resistance to Multiple Tuber Diseases Expressed in Somaclonal Variants of the Potato Cultivar Russet Burbank
  16. Foliar Treatments of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid for Control of Common Scab in Potato Have Beneficial Effects on Powdery Scab Control
  17. Enhanced resistance to the cellulose biosynthetic inhibitors, thaxtomin A and isoxaben in Arabidopsis thaliana mutants, also provides specific co-resistance to the auxin transport inhibitor, 1-NPA
  18. Multiplex PCR assay for the detection of Pantoea stewartii subsp. stewartii using species-specific genetic markers
  19. Managing and Monitoring Viral and Soil-Borne Pathogens in Tasmanian Potato Crops
  20. In Vitro Cell Selection Techniques for Enhancing Disease Resistance – Case Study: Common Scab Resistance in Russet Burbank
  21. Biological Properties of Potato virus X in Potato: Effects of Mixed Infection with Potato virus S and Resistance Phenotypes in Cultivars from Three Continents
  22. Relationship Between the Application of Foliar Chemicals to Reduce Common Scab Disease of Potato and Correlation with Thaxtomin A Toxicity
  23. Comparative assessment of genetic and epigenetic variation among regenerants of potato (Solanum tuberosum) derived from long-term nodal tissue-culture and cell selection
  24. IXth International Symposium on Thysanoptera and Tospoviruses
  25. Molecular variation of hop mosaic virus isolates
  26. Relationship of resistance to common scab disease and tolerance to thaxtomin A toxicity within potato cultivars
  27. Stable and Extreme Resistance to Common Scab of Potato Obtained Through Somatic Cell Selection
  28. Synthesis and Phytotoxicity of Structural Analogues of Thaxtomin Natural Products
  29. Infection of Potato Tubers with the Common Scab Pathogen Streptomyces scabiei in a Soil-less System
  30. Diseases of Pyrethrum in Tasmania: Challenges and Prospects for Management
  31. Auxin-Induced Resistance to Common Scab Disease of Potato Linked to Inhibition of Thaxtomin A Toxicity
  32. Improving Fungicide-Based Management of Ray Blight Disease in Tasmanian Pyrethrum Fields
  33. Viruses and Viroids Infecting Hop: Significance, Epidemiology, and Management
  34. Visual and Radiometric Assessments for Yield Losses Caused by Ray Blight in Pyrethrum
  35. Adaptation of the Forecasting Model DOWNCAST for Determination of Downy Mildew Epidemics of Oilseed Poppy in Tasmania, Australia
  36. Use of a Multispectral Radiometer for Noninvasive Assessments of Foliar Disease Caused by Ray Blight in Pyrethrum
  37. Quantifying Loss Caused by Ray Blight Disease in Tasmanian Pyrethrum Fields
  38. Seedborne Infection of Pyrethrum by Phoma ligulicola
  39. Influence of benzimidazole fungicides on incidence of Botrytis allii infection of onion leaves and subsequent incidence of onion neck rot in storage in Tasmania, Australia
  40. Development of a Fungicide-Based Management Strategy for Foliar Disease Caused by Phoma ligulicola in Tasmanian Pyrethrum Fields
  41. Spatiotemporal Description of Epidemics Caused by Phoma ligulicola in Tasmanian Pyrethrum Fields
  42. Plant Cell Growth and Ion Flux Responses to the Streptomycete Phytotoxin Thaxtomin A: Calcium and Hydrogen Flux Patterns Revealed by the Non-invasive MIFE Technique
  43. Survey for viruses in oilseed poppy in Tasmania, Australia
  44. Effect of Inoculum Density of Sclerotium cepivorum on the Ability of Trichoderma koningii to Suppress White Rot of Onion
  45. Phylogenetic analysis of the downy mildew pathogen of oilseed poppy in Tasmania, and its detection by PCR
  46. A survey for viruses and a viroid in Tasmanian pyrethrum crops
  47. Survey for Botrytis species associated with onion bulb rot in northern Tasmania, Australia
  48. Streptomyces luridiscabiei sp. nov., Streptomyces puniciscabiei sp. nov. and Streptomyces niveiscabiei sp. nov., which cause potato common scab disease in Korea
  49. Spatiotemporal Analysis of Epiphytotics of Downy Mildew of Oilseed Poppy in Tasmania, Australia
  50. Iris yellow spot virus found infecting onions in three Australian states
  51. Incidence and Spatial Distribution of Viruses in Hop Gardens of Washington State
  52. Relationship of Common Scab Incidence of Potatoes Grown in Tasmanian Ferrosol Soils with pH, Exchangeable Cations and other Chemical Properties of those Soils
  53. Identification of Orchid fleck virus by Reverse Transcriptase-Polymerase Chain Reaction and Analysis of Isolate Relationships
  54. The effect of irrigation strategies during tuber initiation on marketable yield and development of common scab disease of potato in Russet Burbank in Tasmania
  56. Resistance to infection and translocation of Tomato spotted wilt virus in potatoes
  57. The process of antagonism of Sclerotium cepivorum in white rot affected onion roots by Trichoderma koningii
  58. Spatial Analyses of Viral Epidemics in Australian Hop Gardens: Implications for Mechanisms of Spread
  59. Incidence and pathology of common viruses of nerine in Tasmania
  60. Histology of Sclerotium cepivorum infection of onion roots and the spatial relationships of pectinases in the infection process
  61. The potential of reflective mulching in combination with insecticide sprays for control of aphid-borne viruses of iris and tulip in Tasmania
  62. Incidence of weed reservoirs and vectors of tomato spotted wilt tospovirus on southern Tasmanian lettuce farms
  63. Confirmation of ray blight disease of pyrethrum in Australia
  64. A polymerase chain reaction assay for cucumber mosaic virus in lupin seeds
  65. Resistance to phloem transport of potato leafroll virus in potato plants
  66. Adhesion of bacteria (Serratiaspp.) to the foregut of grass grub (Costelytra zealandica(white)) larvae and its relationship to the development of amber disease