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Hellebore – Soon the first flowers of the hellebore will Welcome Spring
Hellebores grow in clumps; most varieties are about 12 to 15 inches tall and wide. The leaves are dark green ...
Publications Zhang, Xiuchun; Zhang, Xiaofeng; Singh, Jasleen; Li, Dawei; and Qu, Feng. 2012. ... and Dennis Lewandowski. 2012. Biological and molecular characterization of a US isolate of Hosta virus ...
Chakraborty S, Whitehill JG, Hill AL, Opiyo SO, Cipollini D, Herms DA, Bonello P. Effects of Water Availability on Emerald Ash Borer Larval Performance and Phloem Phenolics of Manchurian and Black. Plant, Cell and Environment 37:1009–1021 ...
Diagnosis of Vegetable Diseases and Improved Disease Management
the NE US, and include processing and fresh market vegetables and conventional and organic ...
Over the River and Through the Woods
used? It is also important to think about what you need to take with you on any outing. You will want ...
New Publication is Phytopathology Editor's Pick
Xiangming Xu, Laurence V. Madden, and Simon G. Edwards. 2014. Modeling the Effects of Environmental Conditions on HT2 and T2 Toxin Accumulation in Field Oat Grains. Phytopathology 104: 57-66 > View online ...
Greene GH, McGary KL, Rokas AR, Slot JC. 2014. Ecology drives the distribution of specialized tyrosine modules in fungi. Genome Biology and Evolution. online January 2, 2014 doi:10.1093/gbe/evt208 ...
More about Plant Pathology
Lewandowski in the Department of Plant Pathology. Elizabeth helped educate students about the devastating ... created a photographic exhibit about Norman Borlaug on display in Kottman Hall-Columbus campus and is ... more about Plant Pathology? You may be interested in the following introductory courses: Social Impact ...
McPherson, B. A., Mori, S. R., Opiyo, S. O., Conrad, A. O., Wood, D. L., Bonello, P. 2014. Association between resistance to an introduced invasive pathogen and phenolic compounds that may serve as biomarkers in native oaks Forest Ecology and Management. ...
Sally Miller Travels to Senegal to Teach About Invasive Species Threatening Crops
Sally Miller, a plant pathologist with Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, will be speaking May 12-15 in Senegal at a workshop on invasive species in the tropics.> Read more ...