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ISHS Acta Horticulturae 1069

IV International Symposium on Tomato Diseases

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Convener   M.L. Paret 
Editors   M.L. Paret, G.E. Vallad, S. Zhang, J.B. Jones 
Publication
date  
6 February 2015 
ISBN   978-94-62610-59-0 
ISSN   0567-7572 (print)   2406-6168 (electronic) 
Number of articles   50 
Volumes  
Place   Orlando, Florida, USA 
Online articles:
PLANT-PATHOGEN-SYMBIONT INTERACTIONS IN THE TOMATO PHYLLOSPHERE (N. Potnis, A.H.C. van Bruggen, J.B. Jones, K. Cowles, J.D. Barak)
MULTILOCUS SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF A WORLDWIDE COLLECTION OF XANTHOMONAS STRAINS, CAUSING BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT (S. Timilsina, J.B. Jones, N. Potnis, E. Goss , G.V. Minsavage, J.C. Hong , G.E. Vallad, M. Kebede)
USING PROTEOMICS AND GENOMICS TO SEARCH FOR LOW TEMPERATURE VIRULENCE FACTORS IN RALSTONIA SOLANACEARUM (A.M. Bocsanczy, D.J. Norman, J.C. Huguet-Tapia, U. Achenbach, A. Mangravita-Novo)
THE GENETIC DETERMINANTS OF SYMPTOMS INDUCTION BY PEPINO MOSAIC VIRUS IN TOMATO (B. Hasiów-Jaroszewska, J. Minicka, N. Borodynko , H. Pospieszny)
THE PEPPER BS2 GENE CONFERS EFFECTIVE FIELD RESISTANCE TO BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT AND YIELD ENHANCEMENT IN FLORIDA TOMATOES (D.M. Horvath, M.H. Pauly, S.F. Hutton, G.E. Vallad, J.W. Scott, J.B. Jones, R.E. Stall, D. Dahlbeck, B.J. Staskawicz, D. Tricoli, A.V. Deynze)
IDENTIFICATION OF TOMATO BACTERIAL SPOT RACE T1, T2, T3, T4, AND XANTHOMONAS GARDNERI RESISTANCE QTLS DERIVED FROM PI 114490 POPULATIONS SELECTED FOR RACE T4 (J.W. Scott, S.F. Hutton, R. Shekasteband, S.C. Sim, D.M. Francis)
COMBINATIONS OF TY RESISTANCE GENES GENERALLY PROVIDE MORE EFFECTIVE CONTROL AGAINST BEGOMOVIRUSES THAN DO SINGLE GENES (S.F. Hutton, J.W. Scott, R. Shekasteband, I. Levin, M. Lapidot)
SCREENING CULTIVATED AND WILD TOMATO GERMPLASM FOR RESISTANCE TO XANTHOMONAS GARDNERI (D. Liabeuf, D.M. Francis, S.C. Sim)
SELECTION FOR RESISTANCE TO SCLEROTIUM ROLFSII IN ACCESSIONS OF SOLANUM LYCOPERSICUM VAR. CERASIFORME IN WESTERN MEXICO (J.L. Martínez-Ramírez, E.R. Guzmán, C.M. Duran-Martínez, J.V. Navarro, E.L. Alcocer, G.C. Abascal)
INTERACTION BETWEEN FUSARIUM WILT RESISTANCE GENES IN TOMATO AND FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM F. SP. LYCOPERSICI RACES 1 AND 2 (M. Niederheitmann, J. Gonçalves, A. Mat, T. Bentley , J. Green)
DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF TOMATO VIRUSES: A CASE STUDY OF EMERGING TOSPOVIRUSES IN FLORIDA (S. Adkins, C.G. Webster, H.C. Mellinger, G. Frantz, W.W. Turechek, E. McAvoy, S.R. Reitz, J.E. Funderburk)
DIFFERENTIATION OF CLAVIBACTER MICHIGANENSIS SUBSP. MICHIGANENSIS FROM OTHER CLAVIBACTER SPECIES FOUND IN SEED AND PLANT TISSUES (J. Yasuhara-Bell , A.M. Alvarez)
RESISTANCE BREAKING TOMATO SPOTTED WILT VIRUS ISOLATES ON RESISTANT TOMATO CULTIVARS IN ITALY (A. Crescenzi, A. Fanigliulo , A. Viggiano)
VIRAL AND FUNGAL DISEASES OF PROCESSING AND FRESH TOMATO IN THE MEDITERRANEAN BASIN (E. Lahoz, R. Carrieri, A. Crescenzi, A. Fanigliulo)
UNDERSTANDING THE GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION OF TOMATO VIRUSES AND VIROIDS USING NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING TECHNOLOGY (K.-S. Ling, R. Li, Z. Fei, S. Gao)
CLAVIBACTER MICHIGANENSIS SUBSP. MICHIGANENSIS: OPTIMIZATION OF DETECTION IN SEED AND EFFECT OF SEED TREATMENT ON EFFICIENCY OF DETECTION METHODS (R. Mathis, C. Fricot, M. Larenaudie, A. Quillévéré, M. Rolland , V. Grimault, V. Olivier, C. Dousset , P. Gentit, R. Germain , T. Baldwin )
COMPARISON AND EVALUATION OF METHODS FOR DETECTION OF TOMATO INFECTIOUS CHLOROSIS VIRUS (TICV) TOMATO CHLOROSIS VIRUS (TOCV) (P.C. Suhard, P. Gentit, F. Poliakoff)
MOLECULAR SURVEILLANCE OF PLANT VIRUSES: IDENTIFICATION OF NEW AND EMERGING VIRUSES OF TOMATO BEFORE THEY CAUSE EPIDEMICS (J.E. Polston, K. Rosario, M. Breitbart)
METHODS COMPARISON FOR THE DETECTION OF PEPINO MOSAIC VIRUS (PEPMV) ON TOMATO SEEDS (A. Saison, P. Gentit, X. Tassus , F. Poliakoff)
COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR DETECTION OF POSPIVIROIDS INFECTING SOLANACEAE (M. Visage, P. Gentit, A. Leguay, X. Tassus, F. Poliakoff)
MANAGEMENT OF BACTERIAL CANKER OF TOMATOES: AN ATTAINABLE GOAL (D. Shtienberg, G. Sharabani, M. Bornstein, R. Shulhani, O. Frenkel, S. Manulis-Sasson, M. Lofthouse, M. Sofer)
EVALUATION OF CHEMIGATION TREATMENTS ON PREMATURE VINE SENESCENCE OF PROCESSING TOMATOES IN THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY, CALIFORNIA (G. Miyao, R.M. Davis, J. Leveau)
A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO TOMATO DISEASE MANAGEMENT (S.A. Miller, M.L. Lewis Ivey, F. Baysal-Gurel , Xiulan Xu )
GRAFTING LOCAL COMMERCIAL TOMATO CULTIVARS WITH H-7996 AND EG-203 TO SUPPRESS BACTERIAL WILT (RALSTONIA SOLANACEARUM) IN INDONESIA (T. Arwiyanto, S.D. Nurcahyanti, D. Indradewa, J. Widada)
MANAGEMENT OF POWDERY MILDEW IN GREENHOUSE TOMATO PRODUCTION WITH BIORATIONAL PRODUCTS AND FUNGICIDES (F. Baysal-Gurel, S.A. Miller)
PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON THE EFFECT OF ACIBENZOLAR-S-METHYL ON ABIOTIC STRESSES IN TOMATO: "BLOSSOM END ROT" CONTROL (A. Fanigliulo, O. Mancino, A. Crescenzi, P. Cestari)
CONTROL OF TOMATO YELLOW LEAF CURL DISEASE IN TOMATO (A. Fanigliulo, A. Viggiano, A. Crescenzi, E. Zingariello , R. Liguori, R. Senn)
ABILITY OF COLORED MULCHES AND GROWTUBES TO DETER THRIPS AND REDUCE INCIDENCE OF TOMATO SPOTTED WILT (W.G. Foshee III, T.A. Monday, M.J. Kelley, J.L. Sibley , M. Lollar, E.K. Blythe, J.F. Murphy, J.E. Brown)
TOLERANCE RESPONSE TO CLAVIBACTER MICHIGANENSIS SUBSP. MICHIGANENSIS IN TOMATO PLANTS TREATED WITH SELENIUM (S. González-Morales, R. Castillo-Godina, A. Benavides-Mendoza, L.J. Ríos-González)
DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE MULTI-LEVEL KNOWLEDGE BASED TOMATO DISEASE FACTSHEETS (M.L. Lewis Ivey, S.A. Miller)
EVALUATION OF DISINFECTANTS TO CONTROL MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION OF TOMATO VIRUSES AND VIROIDS IN GREENHOUSE TOMATOES (R. Li, S.A. Miller, F. Baysal-Gurel, K.-S. Ling, C.J. Kurowski)
EFFECT OF AEROBIC COMPOST TEA INPUTS AND APPLICATION METHODS ON PROTECTING TOMATO FROM PHYTOPHTHORA CAPSICI (R.W. Nicol, P. Burlakoti)
EVALUATING THE EFFECT OF GREENFORCE S AND GREENFORCE CUCA PRODUCTS ON THE SEVERITY OF BACTERIAL SPOT AND WILT, AND POWDERY MILDEW DISEASES ON TOMATO (M.L.V. Resende, L.R.R. Vitorino, P.M. Ribeiro Júnior, J.A.G. da Silva, M.H.L. Rennó , S.M. Mathioni)
COPPER ALTERNATIVES FOR MANAGEMENT OF BACTERIAL SPOT (XANTHOMONAS GARDNERI) AND BACTERIAL SPECK (PSEUDOMONAS SYRINGAE PV. TOMATO) IN PROCESSING TOMATOES (C.L. Trueman)
A STIMULO-DETERRENT METHOD OF THRIPS AND TOMATO SPOTTED WILT VIRUS MANAGEMENT IN TOMATOES (K.A. Tyler-Julian, J.E. Funderburk, S.M. Olson, M.L. Paret, C.G. Webster, S. Adkins)
NIMITZ (MCW-2) FOR MANAGEMENT OF ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE IN TOMATOES (B. Westerdahl, D. Long, C.T. Schiller, C.A. Wilen)
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDUCTION OF PR-1 PROTEIN BETWEEN ACIBENZOLAR-S-METHYL TREATMENT AND VIRUS INFECTION BY TSWV AND TYLCV IN SOLANUM LYCOPERSICUM L. (E. Zingariello, M. Larocca, R. Rossano , A. Crescenzi, A. Fanigliulo , A. Viggiano)
TARGET SPOT ON TOMATOES: FUNGICIDE RESISTANCE AND EFFECTIVE FUNGICIDE PROGRAMS IN FLORIDA IN 2011-2012 (M.L. Paret, L. Ritchie, S.M. Olson, G.E. Vallad)
DEVELOPING HYGIENE PROTOCOLS AGAINST MECHANICALLY TRANSMITTED PATHOGENS IN GREENHOUSE TOMATO PRODUCTION SYSTEMS (F. Baysal-Gurel, C.J. Kurowski, R. Li, K.-S. Ling, S.A. Miller)
EFFECT OF HELIOPSIS LONGIPES EXTRACT IN TOLERANCE RESPONSE OF TOMATO PLANTS INOCULATED WITH FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM F. SP. LYCOPERSICI (S. González-Morales, A. Flores-Olivas, A. Benavides-Mendoza, R. Castillo-Godina)
POPULATION GENOMICS OF PSEUDOMONAS SYRINGAE PV. TOMATO TO UNRAVEL EMERGENCE AND MODES AND ROUTES OF TRANSMISSION (B.A. Vinatzer, C.L. Monteil, C.R. Clarke)
PHYLOTYPE II RACE 3 BIOVAR 2 STRAIN OF RALSTONIA SOLANACEARUM IN TAIWAN: SURVIVAL POTENTIAL AND VIRULENCE ON TOMATO, EGGPLANT, AND PEPPER (C.-H. Lin, J.-F. Wang, Y.-F. Wu, A.H. Cheng)
BACTERIAL CANKER: IMPACT OF SEED-BORNE INOCULUM ON PLANT INFECTION IN GREENHOUSE TOMATOES (W.S.K. Sueno, A.M. Alvarez, D.M. Ingram)
USING A DEGREE DAY INSECT DEVELOPMENT MODEL TO GUIDE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF WESTERN FLOWER THRIPS AND TOMATO SPOTTED WILT VIRUS (FAMILY BUNYAVIRIDAE, GENUS TOSPOVIRUS) ON PROCESSING TOMATO IN THE CENTRAL VALLEY OF CALIFORNIA (O. Batuman, A.J. Campbell, D.E. Ullman, R.L. Gilbertson , N. McRoberts, L. Coop)
SURVEY OF THE HOSTS OF TOMATO YELLOW LEAF CURL VIRUS IN BEIJING, CHINA (Y. Liang, R. Wang, S. Chen, Z. Fan , T. Zhou, Y. Shi, K. Yuan)
RECENT OCCURRENCES OF LATE BLIGHT ON TOMATOES IN THE NORTHEASTERN USA (M.T. McGrath, W.E. Fry, C.D. Smart)
THE CHANCE IS LOW, BUT IT CAN HAPPEN: SALMONELLA CONTAMINATION ON TOMATOES (G. Gu , S.L. Rideout, A.H.C. van Bruggen, J.M. Cevallos-Cevallos)
WEATHER FRONTS AND POSTHARVEST DECAYS AND SAFETY OF FIELD-GROWN TOMATOES (J.A. Bartz, S.A. Sargent, J.W. Scott )
USE OF THE DELPHI EXPERT ELICITATION TECHNIQUE TO RANK FOOD SAFETY RISKS IN GREENHOUSE TOMATO PRODUCTION (S. Ilic, J. LeJeune , M.L. Lewis Ivey , S.A. Miller )
SMALL-SCALE GROWER PERCEPTIONS AND KNOWLEDGE OF TOMATO DISEASES AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES, FOOD SAFETY AND GAPS (B. Scheckelhoff, S. Ernst)
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