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Forest Pathology - 42 (1), 2012

        Issue Information (page i)

        The role of catechin and epicatechin in chemical defense against damping-off fungi of current-year Fagus crenata seedlings in natural forest (pages 1–7)

        K. Yamaji and Y. Ichihara

        Phytophthora ramorum is a generalist plant pathogen with differences in virulence between isolates from infectious and dead-end hosts (pages 8–13)

        D. Hüberli and M. Garbelotto

        Detection of mRNA by reverse-transcription PCR as an indicator of viability in Phytophthora ramorum (pages 14–21)

        A. Chimento, S. O. Cacciola and M. Garbelotto

        PCR–DGGE method for in planta detection and identification of Phytophthora species (pages 22–27)

        A. Rytkönen, A. Lilja and J. Hantula

        The long-term survival of Phytophthora cinnamomi in mature Banksia grandis killed by the pathogen (pages 28–36)

        S. Collins, J. A. McComb, K. Howard, B. L. Shearer, I. J. Colquhoun and G. E. St. J. Hardy

        Root lesions in large loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) following inoculation with four root-inhabiting ophiostomatoid fungi (pages 37–43)

        G. Matusick, G. L. Somers and L. G. Eckhardt

        Survival of southern pine seedlings after inoculations with Pythium and cold storage in the presence of peat moss (pages 44–51)

        D. P. Jackson, S. A. Enebak and D. B. South

        Beech bark disease: an evaluation of the predisposition hypothesis in an aftermath forest (pages 52–56)

        J. A. Cale, S. K. Letkowski, S. A. Teale and J. D. Castello

        Modelling the incidence of Heterobasidion annosum butt rots and related economic losses in alpine mixed naturally regenerated forests of northern Italy (pages 57–68)

        P. Gonthier, F. Brun, G. Lione and G. Nicolotti

        Genetic resistance to Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus limits fungal growth and symptom occurrence in Fraxinus excelsior (pages 69–74)

        L. V. McKinney, I. M. Thomsen, E. D. Kjar and L. R. Nielsen

        Trichoderma atroviride promotes growth and enhances systemic resistance to Diplodia pinea in radiata pine (Pinus radiata) seedlings (pages 75–78)

        T. Regliński, N. Rodenburg, J. T. Taylor, G. L. Northcott, A. Ah Chee , T. M. Spiers and R. A. Hill

        Distribution and genetic diversity of the root-rot pathogen Neonectria macrodidyma in a forest nursery (pages 79–83)

        A. Menkis and D. Burokiene

        Molecular characterization of Apple scar skin viroid from Himalayan wild cherry (pages 84–87)

        Y. Walia, S. Dhir, S. Bhadoria, V. Hallan and A. A. Zaidi


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