Invasive Species Compendium

Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide

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Twenty-ninth international symposium on phytopharmacy and phytiatry. Part 1.

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The 54 papers in this part include the following:a. Mulder, D. Stripe canker in Cinchona ledgeriana Moens caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi Rands in Rwanda (897-900, 4 ref., 2 fig., 1 tab., En, de).b. Hubbeling, N. Resistance to a new race of Fulvia fulva (Cladosporium fulvum) in tomato (961-965, 4 ref., 2 tab. En).c. Blaeser, M.; Weltzien, H.C. Investigations of the infection of grapevine with Plasmopara viticola depending on the duration of leaf wetness (967-976, 12 ref., 5 fig., 3 tab. De, en).d. Wessel, H. Influence of environmental factors on spore germination and fruitbody development of Nectria galligena Bres. in vitro (997-986, 4 ref., 3 tab. De, en).e. Maenhout, C.A.A.A. Relation between amount of inoculum and incidence of eyespot in winter wheat and practical consequences (987-996, 6 ref., 4 fig., 3 tab. En, nl). [Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides]f. Geypens, M. In vitro measurements of antagonism of Trichoderma spp. against Rhizoctonia solani and significance of nutritional factors (997-1007, 9 ref., 10 tab. En, nl).g. Tag El-Din, A.T.F.; Kadous, E.A.; El-Deeb, S.T.; Ibrahim, E.A. Structure-activity relationships II. Fungicial properties of some dithiocarbamate thiourea and isothiourea derivatives. IV. Phytotoxic effects of several dithiocarbamic acid, thiourea, and isothiourea derivatives (1009-1016, 10 ref., 3 tab.; 1017-1025, 11 ref., 4 tab. En).h. Geenen, J. Investigation on the possibilities to control Ustilago maydis (D.C.) Corda (1027-1038, 7 ref., 7 tab. Nl, fr, en). [on maize]i. Cleene, M. de; Ley, J. de. Adventitious roots on crown gall tumours of Kalanchoe tubiflora (Harvey) Raymond-Hamet (1039-1047, 31 ref., 3 fig. En). [Agrobacterium tumefaciens]j. Rashid, T.; Schlosser, E. Cereal foot rot pathogens. II. Occurrence and distribution of benomyl-tolerant strains (1057-1065, 12 ref., 4 tab. En). [P. herpotrichoides, Fusarium culmorum, R. solani]k. Tripathi, R.K.; Schlosser, E. Effect of fungicides on the benzimidazole-2-yl carbamate) on biochemical changes and membrane permeability of senescing cabbage and cucumber leaves (1073-1080, 13 ref., 3 fig., 3 tab. En).l. Dewispelaere, W.; Stevens, M.; Schalck, J. Biological durability of impregnated wood (1081-1087, 2 ref., 6 fig., 6 tab. Nl, en).m. Vulsteke, G.; Meeus, P. Control of mildew and white rust on scorzonera (1089-1097, 4 ref., 4 tab. Nl, en). [Erysiphe cichoracearum, Albugo tragopogonis]n. Kamoen, O.; Jamart, G. Control of Sclerotium rolfsii on Ficus elastica cuttings (1105-1115, 4 ref., 2 fig., 6 tab. Nl, en).o. Aerts, J. Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn, as parasite of strawberries under glass (1117-1125, 5 ref., 4 tab. Nl, en).(continued in next abst.)<new para>ADDITIONAL ABSTRACT:<new para>a. Aerts, J. The importance of virus-free plant material for strawberry cultivation under glass (1155-1139, 7 ref., 1 tab. Nl, en).b. Vanachter, A.; Wambeke, E. Van; Assche, C. Van. Preliminary investigations on Xanthomonas campestris in cauliflowers in Belgium (1141-1149, 19 ref., 9 tab. En).c. Miele, S.; Vannozzi, G.P. Control of the main fungus diseases on Triticum durum and Triticum vulgare in spring (1151-1157, 4 tab. Fr, en). [Erysiphe graminis on wheat]d. Mappes, D.; Locher, F. Results with kumulan for the control of apple mildew (Podosphaera leucotricha) in European fruit growing (1159-1166, 3 ref., 2 fig., 5 tab. De, en, fr).e. Heimes, R.; Locher, F. Experimental results with ronilan for the control of Botrytis cinerea and Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on vegetable and ornamental plants (1169-1180, 5 ref., 11 fig. De, en).f. Schwinn, F.J.; Staub, T.; Urech, P.A. A new type of fungicide against diseases caused by oomycetes (1181-1188, 9 tab. En). [acetalanine]g. Wiertsema, W.P.; Wissink, G.H. FongaridR 50WP, a new fungicide for ornamentals (1189-1194, 8 tab. En, nl). [Pythium, Phytophthora]h. Emmelo, J. Van; Merregaert, J.; Devos, R.; Gillis, E.; Fiers, W. A new method for sequence analysis of plant virus RNA (1195-1201, 7 ref., 3 fig. En).i. Bokx, J.A. de; Piron, P.G.M. Effect of temperature on symptom expression and relative concentration of potato viruses S and M in cv. Eersteling (1203-1205, 5 ref., 1 tab. En, nl).j. Beemster, A.B.R. Bromus commutatus Schrad., a new host for potato virus X (1207-1210, 7 ref., 1 fig. En).k. Bokx, J.A. de; Janse, J.D. Pisum sativum, a local-lesion host for potato virus X (1211-1215, 15 ref. En, nl).l. Misra, A.; Chaudhary, D.P.; Jha, A. Characterization of the naturally occurring chilli mosaic virus in North-Bihar, India (1217-1225, 75 ref., 1 fig. En). [viruses on Capsicum]m. Samyn, G.; Welvaert, W. Dasheen mosaic virus on some Araceae species (1227-1233, 8 ref., 4 fig. En).n. Pahlow, G. Testing of Pythium species for their ability to transmit tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) (1235-1244, 9 ref., 5 fig., 1 tab. De, en).o. Rumbos, I.; Nienhaus, F. Rickettsia-like organisms associated with a yellows disease of grapevine in Rhine and Moselle, Germany (1245-1252, 17 ref., 4 fig., 1 tab. De, en).p. Sikora, R.A.; Rumbos, I. The nematode fauna associated with yellows disease of grapevine and the possible role Xiphenema index plays as a vector of rickettsia-like organisms (1253-1260, 6 ref., 7 ref., 1 tab. En, de).