III International Symposium on Banana: ISHS-ProMusa Symposium on Recent Advances in Banana Crop Protection for Sustainable Production and Improved Livelihoods

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September 10, 2007

Online articles

THE BURROWING NEMATODE OF BANANA: STRATEGIES FOR CONTROLLING THE UNCONTROLLABLE

  • A. zum Felde
  • A. Mendoza
  • J.A. Cabrera
  • A. Kurtz
  • A. Schouten
  • L. Pocasangre
  • R.A. Sikora

RECENT OCCURRENCE OF FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM F. SP. CUBENSE TROPICAL RACE 4 IN ASIA

  • A.B. Molina
  • E. Fabregar
  • V.G. Sinohin
  • G. Yi
  • A. Viljoen

IS CHEMICAL CONTROL OF MYCOSPHAERELLA FOLIAR DISEASES OF BANANA SUSTAINABLE?

  • L. de Lapeyre de Bellaire
  • J. Essoh Ngando
  • C. Abadie
  • C. Chabrier
  • R. Blanco
  • T. Lescot
  • J. Carlier
  • F. Côte

NEW APPROACHES TO SELECT CULTIVARS OF BANANA WITH DURABLE RESISTANCE TO MYCOSPHAERELLA LEAF SPOT DISEASES

  • C. Abadie
  • Y. Chilin-Charles
  • J. Huat
  • F. Salmon
  • L. Pignolet
  • J. Carlier
  • T. Lescot
  • F. Côte
  • C. Jenny

DETECTION, INCIDENCE AND DIVERSITY OF BANANA STREAK VIRUSES, BANANA MILD MOSAIC VIRUS AND BANANA VIRUS X IN GUADELOUPE

  • F. Péréfarres
  • G. Le Provost
  • I. Acina
  • B.E.L. Lockhart
  • A. Allah Dghim
  • M.L. Iskra-Caruana
  • T. Candresse
  • P.Y. Teycheney

MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS IN THE MYCOSPHAERELLA LEAF SPOT DISEASE COMPLEX OF BANANA AND FOR RADOPHOLUS SIMILIS

  • M. Arzanlou
  • G.H.J. Kema
  • C. Waalwijk
  • J. Carlier
  • I. de Vries
  • M. Guzmán
  • M. Araya Vargas
  • J. Helder
  • P.W. Crous

UNDERSTANDING PLANT RESPONSES TO BIOTIC STRESS: ONGOING RESEARCH IN MUSA

  • R.N.G. Miller
  • D.J. Bertioli
  • F.C. Baurens
  • B.F. Quirino
  • A.Y. Ciampi
  • C.M.R. Santos
  • N.F. Martins
  • M.T. Souza Jr.
  • G.J. Pappas Jr.

GENES UP-REGULATED IN TOLERANT CAVENDISH BANANA ROOTS IN RESPONSE TO FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM F. SP. CUBENSE INFECTION

  • N. van den Berg
  • D.K. Berger
  • I. Hein
  • P.R.J. Birch
  • M.J. Wingfield
  • A. Viljoen

EXPLORING THE BANANA STREAK VIRUSES - MUSA SP. PATHOSYSTEM: HOW DOES IT WORK?

  • P. Gayral
  • F. Lheureux
  • J.C. Noa-Carrazana
  • M. Lescot
  • P. Piffanelli
  • F. Carreel
  • C. Jenny
  • M.L. Iskra-Caruana

THE ROLE OF CROP IMPROVEMENT IN PEST AND DISEASE MANAGEMENT

  • J. Lorenzen
  • A. Tenkouano
  • R. Bandyopadhyay
  • I. Vroh-Bi

INDUCTION AND SELECTION OF POTENTIALLY USEFUL MUTANTS IN BANANA

  • N.S. Roux
  • A. Toloza
  • H. Strosse
  • J.P. Busogoro
  • J. Doležel

INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT APPROACHES DEVELOPED IN THE FRENCH WEST INDIES TO REDUCE PESTICIDE USE IN BANANA PRODUCTION SYSTEMS

  • F.X. Côte
  • C. Abadie
  • R. Achard
  • P. Cattan
  • C. Chabrier
  • M. Dorel
  • L. de Lapeyre de Bellaire
  • J.M. Risède
  • F. Salmon
  • P. Tixier

MANAGING BANANA BUNCHY TOP VIRUS IN SMALLHOLDINGS IN THE PHILIPPINES

  • A.B. Molina
  • V.G.O. Sinohin
  • F.M. dela Cueva
  • A.V. Esguerra
  • S.S. Crucido
  • E. Vida
  • B.E. Temanel
  • E.A. Anit
  • J.E. Eusebio

IMPROVING CROP PROTECTION ON BANANA FARMS IN GHANA

  • B.M. Dzomeku
  • F. Armo-Annor
  • K. Adjei-Gyan
  • J. Ansah
  • A. Nkakwa