Ray Langdon

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(1) Ehle, H. (1973) Microbiological methods for detecting dressing on treated seeds. Residue Reviews 45: 125-143. (2) Hampton. J. G. (1975) Studies on the diseases of wheat caused by Septaria and Tilletia spp. M.Agr.Sci. thesis, lincoln College. Canterbury. (3) Hampton, J, G, (1976) Efficiency of commercial cereal seed treatment. New Zealand Journal of(More)
The identity of the fungus on all field specimens was confirmed by Mr. J. Walker, N.S.W. Department of Agriculture. The hosts were identified by the staff of the National Herbarium of N.S.W., Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. I thank Dr. L.W. Burgess, Department of Plant Pathology and Agricultural Entomology, University of Sydney for his support and(More)
Dr Jack Aberdeen passed away on 17 June 1996 at 83 years of age. In his family circle he was called Errol, but from his schooldays on he was known as Jack to his friends and colleagues. Jack was born in Gatton but from the age of three he lived in Brisbane. In 1931 his family began farming at Manly, an outer suburb of Brisbane at that time. There an(More)
records, keys, host indices and lists of important literature, backing up these and other services with properly curated voucher specimens. Only with such organization will the real value of taxonomy become apparent. Q. When an 'imperfect' fungus has a known 'perfect' state, which name do you use? A. I always prefer to use the name applicable to the state(More)
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