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Factors Influencing Begomovirus Evolution and Their Increasing Global Significance: Implications for Sustainable Control
In this review, suppression of PTGS is one of the driving forces discussed as a likely and important influence on the evolution of begomoviruses, and the known sources of genetic variation are considered together with the factors driving evolutionary change, the potential for limiting the extent and rate of adverse change, and therefore the potential of achieving more sustainable control of crop disease epidemics. Expand
Analysis of disease progress as a basis for evaluating disease management practices.
  • M. Jeger
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annual review of phytopathology
  • 29 July 2004
The relationship between epidemiology and disease management is long-standing but sometimes tenuous. It may seem self-evident that improved understanding of epidemic processes will lead to moreExpand
Update: use of the benchmark dose approach in risk assessment
This updated guidance does not call for a general re‐evaluation of previous assessments where the NOAEL approach or the BMD approach as described in the 2009 SC guidance was used, in particular when the exposure is clearly smaller than the health‐based guidance value. Expand
Colletotrichum: Biology, Pathology and Control
The genus glomerella and its anamorph colletotrichum, B.C.Dillard coffee berry disease - the current status, Dinah Masaba and J.M.J. Sutton sexuality and genetics fo collett richum, R.A. Redman lectin cytochemistry - a new approach to understanding cell differentiation, pathogenesis and taxonomy in colletOTrichum. Expand
The use of the area under the disease-progress curve (AUDPC) to assess quantitative disease resistance in crop cultivars
Calculation of the area under the disease-progress curve (AUDPC) as a measure of quantitative disease resistance entails repeated disease assessments, so an estimation of the AUDPC from two data points provides an equivalent amount of information as from repeated assessments. Expand
Combined use of biocontrol agents to manage plant diseases in theory and practice.
Both theoretical and experimental studies suggest that, in combined use of BCAs, antagonistic interactions among BCAs are more likely to occur than synergistic interactions. Expand
The biology and control of Colletotrichum species on tropical fruit crops
Article de synthese comprenant: Nomenclature taxonomique; Symptomes, spectre d'hotes et processus d'infection; Physiologie de la quiescence; Epidemiologie de l'anthracnose; Methodes de lutte. OnExpand
Pathology and control of soil-borne fungal pathogens of potato
Key research areas that arise as a means of better controlling most of these pathogens are: the role of intraspecific variation in pathogenesis and ecology, problems of detecting and quantifying inoculum, and the need for improved methods for biological control. Expand
Distinction of the Asiatic brown rot fungus Monilia polystroma sp. nov. from M. fructigena
The results show that the Japanese isolates belong to a distinct species, Monilia polystroma sp. Expand