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Aerial Dispersal of Pollen and Spores

Aerial Dispersal of Pollen and Spores

By Donald E. Aylor

A valuable and comprehensive treatise covering the many complex factors and effects involved in the movement of spores and pollen through the air.

Detection of Plant-Pathogenic Bacteria in Seed and Other Planting Material, Second Edition

Detection of Plant-Pathogenic Bacteria in Seed and Other Planting Material, Second Edition

Edited by M’Barek Fatmi, Ron R. Walcott, and Norman W. Schaad

Describes methods for detecting and diagnosing many of the world's most economically significant plant bacterial diseases found in vegetables, cereals, grain, legumes, grasses, and forages.

Silicon and Plant Diseases

Silicon and Plant Diseases

Edited by Fabrício A. Rodriques and Lawrence E. Datnoff

Up-to-date information on silicon’s effects against different components of host plant resistance in a vast number of dicot and monocot species.

Exercises in Plant Disease Epidemiology, Second Edition

Exercises in Plant Disease Epidemiology, Second Edition

Edited by Katherine L. Stevenson and Michael J. Jeger

Learn and practice the latest, most advanced methods for determining the spread and control of plant diseases with Exercises in Plant Disease Epidemiology, Second Edition.

Virulence Mechanisms of Plant-Pathogenic Bacteria

Virulence Mechanisms of Plant-Pathogenic Bacteria

Edited by Nian Wang, Jeffrey B. Jones, George W. Sundin, Frank White, Saskia Hogenhout, Caroline Roper, Leonardo De La Fuente, and Jong Hyun Ham

This book, ideal for students and researchers, reviews individual virulence traits and how each pathogen uses different traits to cause some of the most important bacterial diseases in agriculture today.

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Population Biology of Plant Pathogens: Genetics, Ecology, and Evolution

Population Biology of Plant Pathogens: Genetics, Ecology, and Evolution

By Michael G. Milgroom

An interpretative guide through the evolution of plant pathogens. In detail, it covers population genetics, population biology, and their applications in agriculture for students and researchers.

The Bacterium of Many Colors

The Bacterium of Many Colors

By Robert M. Harveson

A fascinating collection of colorful stories chronicling plant pathogen and disease discoveries, as well as the foundational lessons plant pathologists learned while researching them.

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Plant Diseases and Their Management in Organic Agriculture

Plant Diseases and Their Management in Organic Agriculture

Edited by Maria R. Finckh, Ariena H. C. van Bruggen, and Lucius Tamm

The first comprehensive, globally-focused book that fully addresses the systems approach to organic plant disease management. A must for researchers, students, and practitioners in organic agriculture!

Biology, Detection, and Management of Plant Pathogens in Irrigation Water

Biology, Detection, and Management of Plant Pathogens in Irrigation Water

Edited by Chuanxue Hong, Gary W. Moorman, Walter Wohanka, and Carmen Büttner

This book compiles information on pathogens found in irrigation water. Scientific and applied information make it ideal for scientists and practitioners working on farms, nurseries, and other crop-based systems using irrigation.

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Compendium of Rhododendron and Azalea Diseases and Pests, Second Edition

Compendium of Rhododendron and Azalea Diseases and Pests, Second Edition

Edited by Robert G. Linderman and D. Michael Benson

This comprehensive book provides images and the most current information available to quickly diagnose and treat infectious diseases, noninfectious disorders, and insect pests of rhododendron and azalea plants.

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Hungry Planet: Stories of Plant Diseases

Hungry Planet: Stories of Plant Diseases

By Gail L. Schumann and Cleora J. D’Arcy

Read stories of plant disease epidemics that illustrate the past and present vulnerability of some important plants that people use for food, for fibers and oils, and for green spaces.

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John S. Niederhauser: Recollections of a Life in Science and Agriculture

John S. Niederhauser: Recollections of a Life in Science and Agriculture

Edited by Paul D. Peterson, Clay S. Griffith, and R. Steven Turner

John Niederhauser is remembered and honored in this autobiographical memoir as one of the most important agricultural scientists of the last century.

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Applications of Information Theory to Epidemiology

Applications of Information Theory to Epidemiology

By Gareth Hughes

This is the first book written on information theory applications explicitly for plant disease epidemiology.

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Plant Tissue Culture, Development, and Biotechnology

Plant Tissue Culture, Development, and Biotechnology

Edited by Robert N. Trigiano and Dennis J. Gray

Addressing several specialized areas generically termed biotechnology, Plant Tissue Culture, Development and Biotechnology uses a broad range of species that are studied via laboratory exercises.

Soybeans: Chemistry, Production, Processing, and Utilization

Soybeans: Chemistry, Production, Processing, and Utilization

Edited by Lawrence A. Johnson, Pamela J. White, and Richard Galloway

This comprehensive new soybean reference disseminates key soybean information to "drive success for soybeans" via 21 concise chapters.

Plant Pathology: Techniques and Protocols

Plant Pathology: Techniques and Protocols

Edited by Robert Burns

Expert researchers provide methods which are vital to the diagnosis of plant diseases across the globe, addressing all three categories of plant pathology techniques: traditional, serological, and nucleic acid.

Essential Plant Pathology, Second Edition

Essential Plant Pathology, Second Edition

By Gail L. Schumann and Cleora J. D’Arcy

Essential Plant Pathology, Second Edition is completely updated with color throughout and is packaged with a DVD that includes more extras for students and professors alike.

Introduction to Plant Physiology, Fourth Edition

Introduction to Plant Physiology, Fourth Edition

By William G Hopkins and Norman P.A. Huner

Introduction to Plant Physiology became the best-selling first edition plant physiology text of the 1990's.

Pioneering Women in Plant Pathology

Pioneering Women in Plant Pathology

Edited by Jean Beagle Ristaino

Fungi in the Ancient World: How Mushrooms, Mildews, Molds, and Yeast Shaped the Early Civilizations of Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Near East

Fungi in the Ancient World: How Mushrooms, Mildews, Molds, and Yeast Shaped the Early Civilizations of Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Near East

By Frank Matthews Dugan

This well documented book presents reproductions and descriptions of fungal motifs in ancient art, myth, and folklore that enable direct examination of evidence by any reader, professional or lay.

Teaching Plant Anatomy Through Creative Laboratory Exercises

Teaching Plant Anatomy Through Creative Laboratory Exercises

By R. L. Peterson, Carol A. Peterson, and L. H. Melville

This lab manual is easy-to-follow for instructors teaching plant structure at the high school and college level. This book takes students through the process of preparing their own microscope slides from fresh plant samples.

Mineral Nutrition and Plant Disease

Mineral Nutrition and Plant Disease

Edited by Lawrence E. Datnoff, Wade H. Elmer, and Don M. Huber

This comprehensive book examines how mineral nutrition affects plant disease. Minerals improve the overall quality and health of plants. Knowing how each mineral affects a plant is beneficial for efficiency in production.

The Study of Plant Disease Epidemics

The Study of Plant Disease Epidemics

By Laurence V. Madden, Gareth Hughes, and Frank van den Bosch

Plant disease epidemics continue to impact a world increasingly concerned with the quantity and quality of food supply. This comprehensive manual that introduces readers to the essential principles of plant disease epidemiology.

Harry Marshall Ward and the Fungal Thread of Death

Harry Marshall Ward and the Fungal Thread of Death

By Peter G Ayres

A fascinating biography that reflects the changes that occurred in both society and plant science in the late 19th century.

Population Genetics of Plant Pathogens CD-ROM (Single-User License)

Population Genetics of Plant Pathogens CD-ROM (Single-User License)

By Bruce A. McDonald

A culmination of six years of work by a leader in this field of research, offering a unique opportunity to integrate principles of population genetics into the plant pathology curriculum.

Diseases of Woody Ornamentals and Trees in Nurseries

Diseases of Woody Ornamentals and Trees in Nurseries

Edited by Ronald K. Jones and D. Michael Benson

Use the current information in this manual to maintain and grow healthy nursery plant stock. It covers diagnosis and control of more than 65 ornamental crops grown in nurseries throughout the United States.

The Formative Years of Plant Pathology in the United States

The Formative Years of Plant Pathology in the United States

By C. Lee Campbell, Paul D. Peterson, and Clay S. Griffith

Describes more completely than ever before, the history of where and how the scientific interest in plant disease arose and was developed.

Induced Plant Defenses Against Pathogens and Herbivores: Biochemistry, Ecology, and Agriculture

Induced Plant Defenses Against Pathogens and Herbivores: Biochemistry, Ecology, and Agriculture

Edited by Anurag A. Agrawal, Sadik Tuzun, and Elizabeth Bent

This book investigates the induced responses of plants to herbivores and to diseases. Plant pathologists and entomologists will find that their disciplines have a lot in common.

Tropical Plant Diseases, Second Edition

Tropical Plant Diseases, Second Edition

By H. David Thurston

A guide to identification and control of tropical plant diseases. Up-to-date information tropical plant diseases including special emphasis on molecular biology, genetic engineering, and integrated pest management is featured.

Air Pollution, People, and Plants

Air Pollution, People, and Plants

By Sagar V. Krupa

An introduction to the interrelationships of the atmosphere, air quality, people, and plants. Ideal as a textbook, it makes an excellent guide to this important topic for a wide audience.

Glossary of Plant-Pathological Terms

Glossary of Plant-Pathological Terms

By Malcolm C. Shurtleff and Charles W. Averre, III

Presenting 9,000 terms that are used to describe all types of plants and plant problems, this time-saving reference eliminates the need to "puzzle out" the meaning of specialized plant science terms.

Plant Pathogens and the Worldwide Movement of Seeds

Plant Pathogens and the Worldwide Movement of Seeds

Edited by Denis C. McGee

This collection of articles is a response to the rapid expansion of the global seed trade, a trend that makes seed-borne disease an increasingly significant problem in both developed and developing nations.

Late Blight and the Irish Potato Famine DVD

Late Blight and the Irish Potato Famine DVD

By Darin M. Eastburn and Cleora J. D’Arcy

This 25-minute DVD examines the interactions of biological and social factors during the Irish Potato Famine.

Ball Field Guide to Diseases of Greenhouse Ornamentals

Ball Field Guide to Diseases of Greenhouse Ornamentals

By Margery L. Daughtrey and A. R. Chase

This guide is designed to be used in the greenhouse. More than 500 color photographs illustrate the most common greenhouse disease problems for on-the-spot diagnosis. Similar diseases are placed side by side for comparison.

Plant Diseases: Their Biology and Social Impact

Plant Diseases: Their Biology and Social Impact

By Gail L. Schumann

This textbook teaches basic plant and microbial biology while explaining phytopathology and its cultural relevance.

Dutch Elm Disease - The Early Papers: Selected Works of Seven Dutch Women Phytopathologists

Dutch Elm Disease - The Early Papers: Selected Works of Seven Dutch Women Phytopathologists

Translated and Prepared by Francis W. Holmes and Hans M. Heybroek

This book presents an often overlooked fact: that the pioneering research on Dutch elm disease was done by women scientists. These women studied and recorded the earliest information on this disease.

E. C. Stakman, Statesman of Science

E. C. Stakman, Statesman of Science

By C. M. Christensen

Chronicles many important events in plant pathology, including Stakman's pioneering studies on the nature of genetic variation of the stem rust pathogen Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici and the epidemiology of wheat stem rust.

Challenging Problems in Plant Health

Challenging Problems in Plant Health

Edited by Thor Kommedahl and P. H. Williams

This book takes the reader through the development of The American Phytopathological Society and explores how growing relationships with other organizations have brought different disciplines together.

Ultrastructure of the Root-Soil Interface

Ultrastructure of the Root-Soil Interface

By R. C. Foster, A. D. Rovira, and T. W. Cock

This unique collection of electron micrographs demonstrates the dynamic nature of the root surface in space and time as root cells differentiate, function, and age.

The Nature and Practice of Biological Control of Plant Pathogens

The Nature and Practice of Biological Control of Plant Pathogens

By R. J. Cook and K. F. Baker

Examines the broad subject of biological control of plant pathogens. Among the principal themes is the fact that slight changes in an environmental factor often produce striking effects in plant-microbe interactions.

Multilingual Compendium of Plant Diseases, Volume Two

Multilingual Compendium of Plant Diseases, Volume Two

Edited by P. R. Miller and H. L. Pollard

This book describes plant disease symptoms caused by selected viruses, viruslike organisms, and nematodes. Material is presented in 22 languages and focuses on the virus and nematode diseases most damaging to 43 economic crops.