IV International Symposium on Tomato Diseases

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June 24, 2013

Online articles

PLANT-PATHOGEN-SYMBIONT INTERACTIONS IN THE TOMATO PHYLLOSPHERE

  • N. Potnis
  • A.H.C. van Bruggen
  • J.B. Jones
  • K. Cowles
  • J.D. Barak

MULTILOCUS SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF A WORLDWIDE COLLECTION OF XANTHOMONAS STRAINS, CAUSING BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT

  • S. Timilsina
  • J.B. Jones
  • N. Potnis
  • E. Goss
  • G.V. Minsavage
  • J.C. Hong
  • G.E. Vallad
  • M. Kebede

USING PROTEOMICS AND GENOMICS TO SEARCH FOR LOW TEMPERATURE VIRULENCE FACTORS IN RALSTONIA SOLANACEARUM

  • A.M. Bocsanczy
  • D.J. Norman
  • J.C. Huguet-Tapia
  • U. Achenbach
  • A. Mangravita-Novo

THE GENETIC DETERMINANTS OF SYMPTOMS INDUCTION BY PEPINO MOSAIC VIRUS IN TOMATO

  • B. Hasiów-Jaroszewska
  • J. Minicka
  • N. Borodynko
  • H. Pospieszny

THE PEPPER BS2 GENE CONFERS EFFECTIVE FIELD RESISTANCE TO BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT AND YIELD ENHANCEMENT IN FLORIDA TOMATOES

  • D.M. Horvath
  • M.H. Pauly
  • S.F. Hutton
  • G.E. Vallad
  • J.W. Scott
  • J.B. Jones
  • R.E. Stall
  • D. Dahlbeck
  • B.J. Staskawicz
  • D. Tricoli
  • A.V. Deynze

SELECTION FOR RESISTANCE TO SCLEROTIUM ROLFSII IN ACCESSIONS OF SOLANUM LYCOPERSICUM VAR. CERASIFORME IN WESTERN MEXICO

  • J.L. Martínez-Ramírez
  • E.R. Guzmán
  • C.M. Duran-Martínez
  • J.V. Navarro
  • E.L. Alcocer
  • G.C. Abascal

DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF TOMATO VIRUSES: A CASE STUDY OF EMERGING TOSPOVIRUSES IN FLORIDA

  • S. Adkins
  • C.G. Webster
  • H.C. Mellinger
  • G. Frantz
  • W.W. Turechek
  • E. McAvoy
  • S.R. Reitz
  • J.E. Funderburk

CLAVIBACTER MICHIGANENSIS SUBSP. MICHIGANENSIS: OPTIMIZATION OF DETECTION IN SEED AND EFFECT OF SEED TREATMENT ON EFFICIENCY OF DETECTION METHODS

  • R. Mathis
  • C. Fricot
  • M. Larenaudie
  • A. Quillévéré
  • M. Rolland
  • V. Grimault
  • V. Olivier
  • C. Dousset
  • P. Gentit
  • R. Germain
  • T. Baldwin

COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR DETECTION OF POSPIVIROIDS INFECTING SOLANACEAE

  • M. Visage
  • P. Gentit
  • A. Leguay
  • X. Tassus
  • F. Poliakoff

MANAGEMENT OF BACTERIAL CANKER OF TOMATOES: AN ATTAINABLE GOAL

  • D. Shtienberg
  • G. Sharabani
  • M. Bornstein
  • R. Shulhani
  • O. Frenkel
  • S. Manulis-Sasson
  • M. Lofthouse
  • M. Sofer

A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO TOMATO DISEASE MANAGEMENT

  • S.A. Miller
  • M.L. Lewis Ivey
  • F. Baysal-Gurel
  • Xiulan Xu

CONTROL OF TOMATO YELLOW LEAF CURL DISEASE IN TOMATO

  • A. Fanigliulo
  • A. Viggiano
  • A. Crescenzi
  • E. Zingariello
  • R. Liguori
  • R. Senn

ABILITY OF COLORED MULCHES AND GROWTUBES TO DETER THRIPS AND REDUCE INCIDENCE OF TOMATO SPOTTED WILT

  • W.G. Foshee III
  • T.A. Monday
  • M.J. Kelley
  • J.L. Sibley
  • M. Lollar
  • E.K. Blythe
  • J.F. Murphy
  • J.E. Brown

TOLERANCE RESPONSE TO CLAVIBACTER MICHIGANENSIS SUBSP. MICHIGANENSIS IN TOMATO PLANTS TREATED WITH SELENIUM

  • S. González-Morales
  • R. Castillo-Godina
  • A. Benavides-Mendoza
  • L.J. Ríos-González

A STIMULO-DETERRENT METHOD OF THRIPS AND TOMATO SPOTTED WILT VIRUS MANAGEMENT IN TOMATOES

  • K.A. Tyler-Julian
  • J.E. Funderburk
  • S.M. Olson
  • M.L. Paret
  • C.G. Webster
  • S. Adkins

NIMITZ (MCW-2) FOR MANAGEMENT OF ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE IN TOMATOES

  • B. Westerdahl
  • D. Long
  • C.T. Schiller
  • C.A. Wilen

SURVEY OF THE HOSTS OF TOMATO YELLOW LEAF CURL VIRUS IN BEIJING, CHINA

  • Y. Liang
  • R. Wang
  • S. Chen
  • Z. Fan
  • T. Zhou
  • Y. Shi
  • K. Yuan

THE CHANCE IS LOW, BUT IT CAN HAPPEN: SALMONELLA CONTAMINATION ON TOMATOES

  • G. Gu
  • S.L. Rideout
  • A.H.C. van Bruggen
  • J.M. Cevallos-Cevallos