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Advances in Verticillium: Research and Disease Management
Advances in Verticillium: Research and Disease Management
“I strongly recommend this book to all plant pathologists as it may serve as a model how to approach broadly and deeply the problems of plant diseases.”
—Journal of Plant Protection Research

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Over 90 scientists worldwide contributed their research to this comprehensive volume on the biology, epidemiology and control of Verticillium.

Advances in Verticillium: Research and Disease Management includes research on molecular biology and vegetative compatibility of Verticillium species and strains; the epidemiology, physiology, and host-parasite interactions of Verticillium species; and the management of Verticillium wilt diseases using biological, cultural, and chemical means.

Future research priorities are also discussed in the areas of taxonomic relations of species and strains, soil microbiology, and new disease management approaches.

Advances in Verticillium: Research and Disease Management


Part 1: Molecular Biology of Verticillium spp.

Diversification and Speciation in Verticillium - An Overview

Heale, J. B.

Genetic variation in Verticillium dahliae populations in southwestern Ontario processing tomato fields

Harrington, M. A., and Dobinson, K. F.

Genetic relatedness between Japanese and Canadian isolates of Verticillium spp. based on random amplification of polymorphic DNAs

Koike, M., Nagao, H., Dobinson, K., and Robb, J.

Classical and molecular characterization of the new species of Verticillium longisporum (V. dahliae var. longisporum Stark 1961; comb. nov. Karapapa et al. , 1997) pathogenic to oilseed rape

Karapapa, V. K., Bainbridge, B. W., and Heale, J. B.

Molecular characterization of Verticillium species. (Review)

Typas, M. A.

Comparative RAPD analysis of cotton isolates of Verticillium dahliae from Israel and Spain

Pérez-Artés, E., García-Pedrajas, M., Bejarano-Alcázar, J., Korolev, N., Rodríguez-Juarado, D., Katan, T., Katan, J., and Jiménez-Díaz, R. M.

A competitive PCR assay to quantify Verticillium dahlia in infected resistant and susceptible tomato hybrids with HPLC

Aspromougos, I., and Schlösser, E.

Molecular characterization of Verticillium spp. by random amplified polymorphic DNA analysis

Paplomatas, E. J., and Lampropoulos, C. J.

The complete DNA sequence of the nuclear ribosomal RNA gene complex of Verticillium dahliae

Pramateftaki, P., and Typas, M. A.

Verticillium wilt of potatoes caused by three Verticillium species

Platt, H. W., Maclean, V., Mahuku, G., and Maxwell, P.

The use of mt DNA gene probes for the molecular typing and differentiation of Verticillium lecanii isolates

Kouvelis, V., and Typas, M.


Part 2: Vegetative Combatibility

Vegetative Combatibility in Populations of Verticillium - An Overview

Katan, T.

Vegetative compatibility groups of Verticillium dahliae and their regional distribution in Israel

Korolev, N., Katan, J., and Katan, T.

Comparison of European and American testers for vegetative compatibility groups in Verticillium dahliae

Rataj-guranowska, M., and Hiemstra, J. A.

Vegetative compatibility analysis of strains of Verticillium dahlia from potato seed tubers and plants from western and eastern North America

Rowe, R. C., Johnson, D. A., and Omer, M. A.

Vegetative compatibility groups in Verticillium dahliae in The Netherlands

Hiemstra, J. A., and Rataj-Guranowska, M.

Vegetative compatibility among populations of Verticillium tricorpus and V. nigrescens in Israel

Korolev, N., Katan, J., and Katan, T.

Genetic relatedness of Verticillium dahliae isolates from cotton, tomato and watermelon plants

Elena, K.

Comparative study of vegetative compatibility among cotton isolates of Verticillium dahliae from Spain and Israel

Korolev, N., Jiménez-Díaz, R. M., Katan, J., Pérez-Artés, E., García-Pedrajas, M., Bejarano-Alcázar, J., Rodríguez-Juarado, D., and Katan, T.

Vegetative compatibility groupings among Verticillium dahliae Kleb. isolates from vegetable crops

Gennari, S., D’Ercole, N., and Mirotti, A.

Assessment of vegetative compatibility of Japanese isolates of Verticillium dahlia with standardized VCG testers

Ebihara, Y., Nagao, H., Koike, M., and Shiraishi, T.


Part 3: Phenology, Epidemiology, and Microsclerotia

Interlaboratory comparison of methods to quantify microsclerotia of Verticillium dahliae in soil

Termorshuizen, A.

Abundance of mycelium and microsclerotia as indices of the soil status of Verticillium dahliae

Strunnikova, O. K., Vishnevskaya, N. A., and Muromtsev, G. S.

The influence of manual removal or mechanical destruction of potato haulm on soil inoculum density of Verticillium dahliae

Lamers, J. G., and Termorshuizen, A.

Morphological characteristics of Verticillium dahliae and V. tricorpus on semi-selective media used for the detection of V. dahliae in soil

Goud, J., Termorshuizen, A., and Gams, W.

Petioles from infected trees spread Verticillium dahliae

Hiemstra, J. A.

Detection techniques for research on Verticillium species in potato soils

Platt, H. W., Mahuku, G. S., Maxwell, P., and Maclean, V.


Part 4: Biochemistry, Physiology, Host-Parasite Interactions, and Host-Resistance

Verticillium-Host Interactions: Past Achievements and Future Molecular Prospects - An Overview

Cooper, R. M.

Some physiological changes induced by the fungus Verticillium dahliae in pepper plants

Tomescu, A., Voican, V., and Racaru, V.

Differences in pathogenicity of Verticillium dahliae isolates from tomato, cotton and watermelon

Vloutoglou, I., Paplomatas, E. J., and Lampropoulos, C. J.

Physiology and biochemistry of compatible and incompatible responses of Theobroma cacao to Verticillium dahliae

Cooper, R. M., Resende, M. L. V., Flood, J., and Mepsted, R.

Prospects for controlling vascular wilt diseases of cotton and other crops by genetic engineering

McFadden, H.

Resistance to Verticillium wilt in eggplant

Cirulli, M., Ameduni, M., and Colella, C.

Verticillium tolerance in potato in Israel

Nachmias, A., Holtzer, O., Livescu, L., Tsror, L., Van Der Zaag, D., and Krikun, J.

Response of potato cultivars to plant available water and Verticillium dahliae

Arbogast, M., Powelson, M. L., Cappaert, M. R., and Watrud, L. S.

Genetic engineering approaches to the improvement of cotton’s tolerance to Verticillium wilt

McFadden, H., De Feyter, R., Murray, F., Grover, A., Llewellyn, D., Dennis, E., and Peacock, W. J.

Hosts of Verticillium dahliaev race 2 in Greece

Ligoxigakis, E. K., and Vakalounakis, D. J.

Glucosinolate response in winter oilseed rape Brassica napus spp. oleifera to Verticillium dahliae (non-pathogenic) and Verticillium longisporum comb. Nov., [Karapapa, Bainbridge and Heale, 1997] (pathogenic)

Karapapa, V. K., Baig, M. A., Heale, J. B., and Rossitier, J. T.

Expression of the phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL5) gene in Verticillium wilt of tomato

Saparno, A., Heinz, R., and Robb, J.

Impact of salinity stress on the biometric responses of an isolate of Verticillium dahliae from potato

Danti, S., and Broggio, M.

Screening for Verticillium resistance in Norway maple

Hiemstra, J. A.

Species and race specialization of Verticillium fungi in the former Soviet Union: Report of a long-term study

Govorova, G. F., and Govorov, D. N.

The mechanism of nematode-enhanced susceptibility to Fusarium wilt and Verticillium wilt

Katsantonis, D., Hillocks, R., and Gowe, S.

Methodological bases of strawberry breeding for resistance to Verticillium wilt

Govorova, G. F., and Govorov, D. N.


Part 5: Control: Biological

Strategies in Developing Methods and Applying Techniques for the Biological Control of Verticillium dahliae - Short Review

Tjamos, E. C.

The potential of Talaromyces flavus in controlling Verticillium dahliae

Zeise, K., and Kersten, H.

Antagonistic action of Talaromyces flavus and Trichoderma viride against Verticillium albo-atrum on hops

Solarska, E., Fravel, D. R., and Pietr, S.

Bacterial antagonists to Verticillim dahlia var. longisporum Stark. in the rhizosphere of oilseed rape

Berg, G., and Lottmann, J.

Selection and evaluation of rhizosphere bacteria as biocontrol agents against Verticillium dahliae

Tjamos, E. C., Tsitsiyiannis, D. I., Tjamos, S. E., and Panagopoulos, C. G.

Ecology and activity of two endophytic isolates of Bacillus sp. effective as biocontrol agents against Verticillium dahliae of solanaceous hosts

Tjamos, S. E., Venieraki, A., Tsitsiyiannis, D., Tjamos, E. C., and Katinakis, P.

Use of Verticillium tricorpus as a biocontrol of Rhizoctonia solani on cotton seedlings

Paplomatas, E., Tzalavaras, S., and Devay, J. E.

Manufacturing of a fungicide based on ascospores of Talaromyces flavus to control Verticillium dahliae

Kersten, H.

In vitro and in vivo tests of Trichoderma spp. as a biocontrol agent of Verticillium dahliae Kleb. in eggplants

D’Ercole, N., Nipoti, P., Di Pillow, L., and Gavina, F.

Beneficial bacteria in underground organs of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)

Lottmann, J., Heuer, H., Smalla, K., and Berg, G.

Interactions between Serratia plymuthica and the soilborne pathogen Verticillium longisporum

Berg, G., Frankowski, J., and Bahl, H.


Part 6: Control: Cultural Practices, Chemical, and the Disease

Control of Verticillium dahliae With Soil Amendments: Efficacy and Mode of Action – Review

Lazarovits, G., Conn, K., and Tenuta, M.

Alternative approaches for control of Verticillium wilt of potato with sudangrass

Davis, J. R., Huisman, O. C., Westermann, D. T., Everson, D. O., Sorensen, L. H., and Schneider, A. T.

Peppermint performance and changes in inoculum density of Verticillium dahliae associated with management practices

Crowe, F., J., Debons, J., and Farris, N.

Effect of sublethal stresses on microsclerotia of Verticillium dahliae

Fravel, D. R., and Larkin, R. P.

Verticillium wilt of potato: Effect of a sudangrass green manure on disease and pathogen populations in two soil types

Parks, R. L., Powelson, M. L., Cappaert, M. R., and Johnson, K. B.

Field studies comparing the susceptibility of various crops to colonization by Verticillium dahliae

Davis, J. R., Huisman, O. C., Sorensen, L. H., and Schneider, A. T.

Verticillium wilt on potato in Israel: An overview

Nachmias, A., Holtzer, O., Livescu, L., Tsror, L., and Krikun, J.

Effects of broccoli residue on the cauliflower-Verticillium dahliae host-pathosystem

Koike, S. T., Xiao, C.-L., Hubbard, J. C., Schulbach, K. F., and Subbarao, K. V.

Verticillium wilt of paprika caused by a highly virulent isolate of Verticillium dahliae

Tsror, L., Erlich, O., Amitai, S., and Hazanovsky, M.

The effect of chemical fumigants and cover crops on soilborne pathogens of strawberries in California

Gordon, T. R., Larson, K. D., Duniway, J. M., Paulus, A. O., Vilchez, M., and Westerlund, F.

Biological soil disinfestation to control Verticillium dahliae

Termorshuizen, S. J., Blok, W. J., and lmers, J.G.

Control of Verticillium wilt by soil solarization in established olive orchards in Andalucia (Southern Spain)

López-Escudero, F. J., and Blanco-López, M. A.

The influence of Verticillium wilt on yield and fruit quality of eggplant (Solanum melongena L.)

Bletsos, F. A., Thanassoulopoulos, C. C., and Roupakias, D. G.

Analysis of the spatial pattern of Verticillium dahliae in soils of cotton fields

Bejarano-Alcázar, J., and Jiménez-Díaz, R. M.

The effect of linseed cropping on Verticillium dahlia soil infestation levels

Lock, T., and Buck, S.

Associations of Verticillium tricorpus with soil suppressiveness of Verticillium wilt of potato

Davis, J. R., Everson, D. O., Sorensen, L. H., and Schneider, A. T.

First report of Verticillium wilt of potatoes in South Africa

Denner, F. D. N., and Millard, C. P.

Incidence and damage of Verticillium wilt of cotton in China

Ma, P., and Shezeng, L.

"This book will definitely become a significant reference source for all scientists and students interested particularly in the plant pathogenic species within Verticillium."
—Journal of Phytopathology

“I strongly recommend this book to all plant pathologists as it may serve as a model how to approach broadly and deeply the problems of plant diseases.”
—Journal of Plant Protection Research

Publish Date: 2000
Format: 8.5" x 11" softcover
ISBN: 978-0-89054-247-7
Pages: 376
Images: 112 black and white images
Publication Weight: 3 lbs

Edited by E. C. Tjamos, R. C. Rowe, J. B. Heale, and D. R. Fravel

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