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Cover for Carica papaya (pawpaw)

C. papaya is a very fast growing, short-lived tree-like herbaceous perennial that produces a thin-skinned, easily digestible fruit...

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In the USA, this fungus had no economic importance as long as it remained confined to the east of the country, on wild species of Corylus. Since...

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Cover for Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni (bacterial canker of stone fruit)

X. arboricola pv. pruni causes very severe damage in the USA, where it has precluded the cultivation of Prunus salicina in many areas (Lelliott,...

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Cover for Batocera rufomaculata (mango tree borer)

Attack by B. rufomaculata often leads to the death of the tree. Tree death has been recorded in the Virgin Islands, Israel, Mauritius, India and...

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Cover for Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (pine wilt nematode)

B. xylophilus on its natural hosts behaves like other members of the genus, living a mycophagous life cycle on trees weakened or...

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Cover for Xylella fastidiosa (Pierce's disease of grapevines)
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Cover for Arabis mosaic virus (hop bare-bine)

Virus particles are isometric, angular in outline and ca 28 nm in diameter; a proportion of the particles is penetrated by negative stain (Harrison...

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C. elastica is a deciduous latex-producing tree native to southern Mexico, Central America and parts of South America (Sakai, 2001)....

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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 Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (cottony soft rot)

IntroductionSclerotinia diseases may affect both yield and quality of crops; the range of crop losses can vary from 0 to100%...

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