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Plant Pathology and Nematology

Rye Residue Levels Affect Suppression of the Southern Root-Knot Nematode in Cotton
Volume 21 (2017) Issue 3

Site-Specific Relationships between Cotton Root Rot and Soil Properties
Volume 20 (2016) Issue 1

Survey of [[em]]Fusarium oxysporum[[/em]] f. sp. [[em]]vasinfectum[[/em]] in the United States
Volume 19 (2015) Issue 2

Evaluation of Fusarium Wilt Resistance in Six Upland Cotton Germplasm Lines
Volume 18 (2014) Issue 3

Detecting Cotton Boll Rot with an Electronic Nose
Volume 18 (2014) Issue 3

Effect of Cropping Systems on Densities of [[em]]Verticillium dahliae[[/em]]
Volume 18 (2014) Issue 2

Sequence Characterization of Race 4-like Isolates of [[em]]Fusarium Oxysporum[[/em]] from Alabama and Mississippi
Volume 17 (2013) Issue 2

Module Storage Time, Leaf Grade and Seed Moisture Influence Fiber Quality and Aflatoxin Contamination of Cotton in South Texas
Volume 17 (2013) Issue 1

Method for Rapid Production of [[em]]Fusarium oxysporum[[/em]] f. sp. [[em]]vasinfectum[[/em]] Chlamydospores
Volume 17 (2013) Issue 1

Pathogenicity of [[em]]Pratylenchus brachyurus[[/em]] on Cotton Plants
Volume 16 (2012) Issue 4

Activity of Commercial Detergents Against Conidia and Chlamydospores of [[em]]Fusarium oxysporum[[/em]] f. sp. [[em]]vasinfectum[[/em]]
Volume 15 (2011) Issue 2

Effect of Seeding Rate on Verticillium Wilt Incidence, Yield, and Value For Three Cotton Cultivars
Volume 14 (2010) Issue 3

Seed Transmission of [[em]]Fusarium oxysporum[[/em]] f. sp. [[em]]vasinfectum[[/em]] Race 4 in California
Volume 12 (2008) Issue 2

Development of a DNA-based Macroarray for the Detection and Identification of [[em]]Fusarium oxysporum[[/em]] f. sp. [[em]]vasinfectum[[/em]] in Cotton Tissue
Volume 12 (2008) Issue 2

Response of Cotton Cultivars to Two Brazilian Populations of [[em]]Pratylenchus brachyurus[[/em]] (Godfrey) Filipjev & Sch. Stekh.
Volume 11 (2007) Issue 4

Delayed Maturity and Associated Yield Loss in Cotton Infected by the Columbia Lance ([[em]]Hoplolaimus columbus[[/em]] Sher) Nematode
Volume 11 (2007) Issue 4

Identification of Factors that Influence Screening for Bacterial Blight Resistance
Volume 11 (2007) Issue 2

Resistance to Cotton Leaf Curl Virus (CLCuV) in a Mutant Cotton Line
Volume 09 (2005) Issue 3

Relative Host Status of Selected Weeds and Crops for <em>Meloidogyne incognita</em> and <em>Rotylenchulus reniformis</em>
Volume 09 (2005) Issue 1

New Sources of Resistance to the Reniform (<em>Rotylenchulus reniformis</em>) and Root-Knot (<em>Meloidogyne incognita</em>) Nematode in Upland (<em>Gossypium hirsutum</em> L.) and Sea Island (<em>G. barbadense</em> L.) Cotton
Volume 08 (2004) Issue 3

A Comparison of the Damage Functions, Root Galling, and Reproduction of <em>Meloidogyne incognita</em> on Resistant and Susceptible Cotton Cultivars
Volume 07 (2003) Issue 4

A Survey of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes Associated with Cotton in Alabama
Volume 07 (2003) Issue 1

Ability of Indigenous Yeasts from Aerial Plant Surfaces to Degrade Sugars from Insect Honeydew
Volume 06 (2002) Issue 1

Root-Knot Nematode Reproduction and Root Galling Severity on Related Conventional and Transgenic Cotton Cultivars
Volume 04 (2000) Issue 4

Reduction of Verticillium Wilt Symptoms in Cotton Following Seed Treatment with <em>Trichoderma virens</em>
Volume 04 (2000) Issue 4

Extracting <em>Hoplolaimus columbus</em> from Soil and Roots: Implications for Treatment Comparisons
Volume 04 (2000) Issue 2

Survival of Parasitic and Saprophytic Fungi on Intact Senescent Cotton Roots
Volume 02 (1998) Issue 1

Field Control of Cotton Seedling Diseases with <em>Trichoderma virens</em> in Combination with Fungicide Seed Treatments
Volume 01 (1997) Issue 1