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P. syringae pv. syringae occurs in many areas, from the tropics to the frigid zone (e.g. Alaska). It attacks major crops, including beans...

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Cover for Glomerella cingulata (anthracnose)

Pre- and post-harvest losses of many high-value crops are substantial in the tropics because of various diseases caused by C. gloeosporioides....

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Cover for Aceria guerreronis (coconut mite)

The coconut mite, Aceria guerreronis, is considered the most important pest of coconuts in the Americas, Africa and most recently in...

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Cover for Aspidiotus nerii (Oleander scale)

A. nerii is usually only a minor or non-economic pest on most of its hosts (DeBach and Rosen, 1991). However, it is particularly...

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Cover for Aphis craccivora (groundnut aphid)

Introduction A. craccivora is a cosmopolitan species with a worldwide distribution; abundant in...

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Cover for Ophiostoma ulmi (Dutch elm disease)

The fungal pathogens causing Dutch elm disease are cautionary examples of the dramatic effects that the introduction of exotic fungal pathogens can...

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The fungal pathogens causing Dutch elm disease are some of the best examples of the dramatic effect that the introduction of exotic fungal...

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Cover for elm yellows-associated phytoplasmas (elm yellows)

Elm yellows develops in sporadic epidemics after introduction of elm yellows phytoplasmas to areas where vectors are...

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S. luteolus is of no importance as a pest in its own right. Its only significance is as the vector of elm yellows...

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Cover for Scolytus multistriatus (smaller European elm bark beetle)

S. multistriatus and S. scolytus (larger elm bark beetle) are the two principal vectors of the pathogenic fungus Ophiostoma ulmi, which causes...

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