V International Symposium on Tomato Diseases: Perspectives and Future Directions in Tomato Protection

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Online articles

Tomato disease resistances in the post-genomics era

  • Yuling Bai
  • Zhe Yan
  • E. Moriones
  • R. Fernández-Muñoz

Proteomics analyses associated with resistant and susceptible tomato genotypes to late blight

  • B.S. Laurindo
  • R.D.F. Laurindo
  • C.E. Vital
  • P.P. Fontes
  • D.L. Silva
  • M.C.B. Pereira
  • D.J.H. Silva

A new isolate of Pepper huasteco yellow vein virus (PHYVV) breaks geminivirus tolerance in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) commercial lines

  • M.L. Moreno-Félix
  • E.A. Rodríguez-Negrete
  • N. Meléndrez-Bojórquez
  • E. Camacho-Beltrán
  • N.E. Leyva-López
  • J. Méndez-Lozano

Evaluation of resistance of Solanum scuticum accessions to soil-borne pathogens in tomato crops in Brazil

  • R.B. Pereira
  • J.B. Pinheiro
  • J.L. de Mendonça
  • J.A. Guimarães
  • G.C. Lucas

Disease resistance in tomato crops produced in Spain

  • D. Janssen
  • C. García
  • L. Ruiz
  • M. de Cara-García
  • A. Simon
  • A. Martinez

The use of biocontrol plants to manage bacterial wilt of tomato in the tropics

  • P. Deberdt
  • P. Fernandes
  • R. Coranson-Beaudu
  • S. Minatchi
  • A. Ratnadass

Biological control of tomato Fusarium wilt and whiteflies with two fungal biopesticides

  • A.M. Cotes
  • C.A. Moreno-Velandia
  • C. Espinel
  • L. Villamizar
  • M. Gómez

Isolation and characterization of bacteriophages that infect Ralstonia solanacearum in Thailand

  • A. Bhunchoth
  • N. Phironrit
  • C. Leksomboon
  • T. Kawasaki
  • T. Yamada
  • O. Chatchawankanphanich

New tools to study torradovirus molecular biology and epidemiology

  • I. Ferriol
  • M. Turina
  • M. Vallino
  • E.J. Zamora-Macorra
  • J.C. Nigg
  • B.W. Falk

Ultraviolet B radiation from a compact fluorescent lamp for tomato disease control

  • T. Kanto
  • K. Watanabe
  • K. Uchihashi
  • M. Nishino
  • F. Sato
  • M. Arii

Tomato organic management and improvement project (TOMI): an interdisciplinary approach to managing foliar diseases in tomato

  • L. Hoagland
  • M. Colley
  • J. Dawson
  • J. Davis
  • D. Egel
  • S. Gu
  • T. Mengiste
  • J. Myers
  • J. Zystro

Solarization to control Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. radicis-lycopersici on different substrates

  • A. Boix-Ruiz
  • M. Ibáñez-Salvador
  • P. García-Raya
  • C. Ruiz-Olmos
  • M.A. Gómez-Tenorio
  • J.I. Marín-Guirao
  • F. Camacho-Ferre
  • J.C. Tello-Marquina

Meloidogyne-infested tomato crop residues are a suitable material for biodisinfestation to manage Meloidogyne sp. in greenhouses in Almería (south-east Spain)

  • M.A. Gómez‐Tenorio
  • B. Lupión‐Rodríguez
  • A. Boix‐Ruiz
  • C. Ruiz‐Olmos
  • J.I. Marín‐Guirao
  • J.C. Tello-Marquina
  • F. Camacho-Ferre
  • M. de Cara-García

Integrating grafting and emerging products to manage soilborne diseases of tomato

  • F.J. Louws
  • D. Suchoff
  • J. Kressin
  • D. Panthee
  • J. Driver
  • C. Gunter

Xanthomonas cynarae shares its host range with a closely related species, Xanthomonas gardneri

  • S. Kara
  • S. Tilimisina
  • M.A. Jacques
  • N. Potnis
  • G.V. Minsavage
  • G.E. Vallad
  • J. Jones
  • M. Fischer-Le Saux

Parietaria mottle virus: a potential threat for tomato crops?

  • F. Aparicio
  • J. Aramburu
  • M.C. Herranz
  • V. Pallás
  • C. López

Bacterial canker severity during the nursery stage is affected by fertigation

  • O. Frenkel
  • L. Chalupowicz
  • R. Shulhani
  • M. Bornstein
  • F. Abu-Moch
  • M. Sofer
  • S. Manulis‑Sasson
  • D. Shtienberg

Coconut fiber grow bags as a source of primary inoculum of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. radicis-lycopersici in greenhouse tomato crops in Almeria (Spain)

  • A. Boix-Ruiz
  • M.A. Gómez-Tenorio
  • C. Ruiz-Olmos
  • J.I. Marín-Guirao
  • F. Toresano-Sánchez
  • J.C. Tello-Marquina
  • F. Camacho-Ferre
  • M. de Cara-García

Occurrence and distribution of tospovirus and thrips species infecting tomato crops in Thailand

  • C. Seepiban
  • S. Charoenvilaisiri
  • N. Warin
  • A. Bhunchoth
  • O. Chatchawankanphanich
  • O. Gajanandana

Two complementary techniques allow detection of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. radicis-lycopersici in soils from two different tomato-cultivated areas of Chile

  • E. Elizondo-Pasten
  • A. Boix-Ruiz
  • M.A. Gómez-Tenorio
  • C. Ruiz-Olmos
  • J.I. Marín-Guirao
  • J.C. Tello-Marquina
  • F. Camacho-Ferre