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The American Phytopathological Society

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Agriculture Agronomy Bacteriology Crop Science Entomology Forestry Horticulture/Turf Molecular Biology Mycology Nematology Plant Pathology Virology Weed Science

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essential Plant Pathology, Second edition

By Gail L. Schumann and Cleora J. D'Arcy "Essential Plant Pathology is strongly recommended as a core addition to personal, professional, academic and community library collections and supplemental reading lists."

--Midwest Book Review

"You cannot imagine how useful this book is. Or how much more user-friendly this book is over what is currently the standard in introductory plant-pathology texts. Essential Plant Pathology will nicely fill a long overdue void on your bookshelf."

--FUNGI Magazine

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Essential Plant Pathology, Second Edition is completely updated with color throughout and is packaged with a new DVD that includes more extras for students and professors alike. The first edition of this best-selling textbook was carefully reviewed by subject matter specialists and plant pathology course instructors to help update the content, especially some of the quickly changing molecular aspects of host-parasite interactions. This new edition includes an important new section to teach students about gene silencing using RNA interference.

The new second edition text comes packaged with a dynamic DVD that works hand-in-hand with the popular APSnet Education Center and provides students and their professors with an engaging way to learn and teach plant pathology. This DVD contains many important supplementary materials that can be used without internet access, including expanded and revised identification exercises, new APSnet Education Center peer-reviewed instructional materials, and new web links for each chapter. Essential Plant Pathology hits all the right notes with these SPecial FeaTUReS · Easy-to-read, open-page design has illustrations and boxed call-outs emphasizing critical concepts. · "In This Chapter" presents key concepts the students will learn. · "Disease Classics" provide short boxed summaries of important diseases. · "Did you know?" call-outs present cultural and historical facts about plant diseases to help students understand how plant pathology impacts the real world. · "Case Studies" help students understand the specific causes, symptoms, and cycles of important diseases. · Each chapter includes "Study Questions" to help students check their comprehension and "Recommended Resources" to challenge them to learn more. · "Words to Know" at the end of each chapter will improve your student's plant pathology vocabulary. Students will find these words defined in the Illustrated Glossary included in the companion DVD as well as at the end of the textbook.

2010; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 384 pages; 290 color images; DVD compatible with PC or MAC; ISBN 978-0-89054-381-8; 3 pounds; Item No. 43818; $89.95

Your students will enjoy the visually stimulating click-and-learn exercises on the DVD.

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compendium of Wheat Diseases and Pests,

Third edition

Edited by William W. Bockus, Robert L. Bowden, Robert M. Hunger, Wendell L. Morrill, Timothy D. Murray, and Richard W. Smiley

Compendium of Wheat Diseases and Pests, Third Edition is the definitive publication on diseases of wheat, completely updated since the previous edition was published. Twenty years of advances and new discoveries about wheat diseases are delivered in this new edition, making it the largest compendium ever in the 40-book series. NEW What's new in the Third edition? · 32 new chapters ­ all chapters are up-to-date · A major section on insects and mites covers 16 of the most important to control · 88 more images than the previous edition ­ Nearly all images are new! · 90% of the images are in color · 70 authors writing chapters in their expertise area More than 70 contributing plant pathologists and entomologists, all experts in their fields, have contributed to this authoritative compendium. A new section on major insect and mite pests of wheat has been added to make this a truly comprehensive reference. Thirty-two new chapters have been added and all chapters have been updated. This new third edition is redesigned to be easier to use than ever before. It incorporates 50% more images integrated with the corresponding descriptions of disease symptoms, causes, life cycles, and control practices. Compendium of Wheat Diseases and Pests, Third Edition is a must-have resource for anyone responsible for helping to ensure a healthy, productive wheat crop, including growers, crop consultants, and agricultural scientists from every discipline.

2010; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 171 pages; 269 images; ISBN 978-89054-385-6; 2 pounds; Item No. 43856; $89

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Wheat Diseases and Pests, Third Edition Image CD is a companion to the book, Compendium of Wheat Diseases and Pests, Third Edition. This CD contains all 269 images from the compendium. Use these high quality images in PowerPointTM presentations and lecture handouts to provide clear examples of diseases and pests affecting wheat. Easily browse through images categorized by causal agent. Simply save images to your desktop and then paste into your PowerPointTM presentation. Captions are included with images as well as in a separate text file for easy insertion into presentations and documents. Detailed diagnostic information on diseases and disorders can be found in the Compendium of Wheat Diseases and Pests, Third Edition along with step-by-step treatment methods.

2010; CD compatible with Mac and PC; 269 images; ISBN 978-0-89054-386-3; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43863; $79 Multi User Version: Item No. 43863M; $195

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cercospora leaf Spot

of Sugar Beet and Related Species

Edited by Robert T. Lartey, John J. Weiland, Lee Panella, Pedro W. Crous, and Carol E. Windels

For the first time within a single publication, Cercospora Leaf Spot of Sugar Beet and Related Species offers a historical overview and covers the biology (taxonomy, ecology, epidemiology and toxins) and comprehensive (traditional and novel) management of the disease. Considering recent advancements on Cercospora Leaf Spot (CLS) research, this book shall serve as a comprehensive source of information on CLS to researchers, sugar beet growers, and the industry. From the Preface: The volume begins with introductory information on the history of sugar beet as source of sugar, emergence of CLS as a problem, ecology, and the epidemiology of the disease. Under the section "Biology of Cercospora beticola," the first subsection deals with taxonomic information including speciation and host range of C. beticola, mating types, and vegetative compatibility. The subsection on ecology and epidemiology presents information on survival, spore trapping, dispersal, and primary infection. Other subjects presented encompass the relationship of C. beticola with host plants and fungal antagonists and CLS of vegetable crops in the Chenopodiaceae. The final subsection offers information of Cercospora toxins, with references to specific aspects of cercosporin and beticolin. The final section deals with management of Cercospora leaf spot of sugar beet.

2010; 7" x 10" hardcover; 296 pages; 14 color illustrations; 76 black and white illustrations; 29 tables; ISBN 978-0-89054-387-0; 2 pounds; Item No. 43870; $159

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Pathogens infecting insects and Mites of citrus

By Clayton W. McCoy, Robert A. Samson, Drion G. Boucias, Lance S. Osborne, Jorge E. Pena, and Lyle J. Buss

Pathogens Infecting Insects and Mites of Citrus is a pictorial guide to the entomopathogens of phytophagous insects and mites found on all plant parts of citrus trees whether they are grown as a vast monoculture using contemporary high technological methods or as a few scattered trees grown on a hill side or in a homeowners backyard. It includes illustrations of healthy citrus insects and mites and their feeding injury. The purpose of this book is to present a comprehensive overview of the pathogens that cause disease of the various citrus arthropods, emphasizing: visual recognition of a diseased host based on gross pathology, identification via diagnostic characters of the pathogen, visual recognition of healthy citrus pests and alternative ornamental hosts, and direct injury to the plant.

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2010; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 193 pages; 159 figures; 3 pounds; Item No. 77240; $95

Pictorial atlas of Soil and Seed Fungi

Morphologies of cultured Fungi and Key to Species, Third edition

By Tsuneo Watanabe

This book illustrates all fungi alongside morphologies and colonies of their fresh agar cultures or dried specimens, providing ready access to morphologically similar fungi for quick comparison. This new third edition describes and illustrates more than 500 fungal species, including 49 oomycetous species belonging to seven genera; 42 zygomycetous species belonging to 12 genera; 52 ascomycetous species belong to 28 genera; 42 basidiomycetous species belonging to 27 genera; and 319 anamorphic (deuteromycetous or mitosporic) species belonging to 145 genera.

May 2010; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 396 pages; 850 images; 2 pounds; Item No. 04193; $165

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Fungal Biodiversity

Edited by P. W. Crous, G. J. M. Verkley, J. Z. Groenewald, and R. A. Samson

Fungal Biodiversity focuses on techniques for isolation, cultivation, molecular, and morphological study of fungi and yeasts. It has been developed as a general text, which is based on the annual mycology course given at the CBS-KNAW Fungal Biodiversity Centre (Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures). This manual provides an introduction to systematic mycology, starting with a concise treatise of Hyphochytridiomycota and Oomycota, which have long been subjects of study by mycologists, but are now classified in the Kingdom Chromista. These are followed by sections on the groups of "true fungi:" Chytridiomycota, Zygomycota, Ascomycota, and Basidiomycota. This descriptive part is illustrated by figures of life cycles and schematic line drawings as well as photoplates depicting most of the structures essential for the study and identification of these fungi. Special attention is given to basic principles of working with axenic cultures, good morphological analysis, and complicated issues for beginners such as conidiogenesis and the understanding of life cycles.

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In a chapter on general methods a number of basic techniques such as the preparation and choice of media, microscopic examination, the use of stains and preparation of permanent slides, and herbarium techniques are explained. Further chapters deal with commonly used molecular and phylogenetic methods and related identification tools such as BLAST and DNA Barcoding, fungal nomenclature, ecological groups of fungi such as soilborne and root-inhabiting fungi, water moulds, and fungi on plants and of quarantine importance. Some topics of applied mycology are also treated, including fungi in the air and indoor environment and fungi of medical importance. Common mycological terminology is explained in a glossary, with references to illustrations in the book. A chapter providing more than 60 mycological media for fungal cultivation and a comprehensive list of cited references are also provided. The book is concluded with an index and dendrograms reflecting our current understanding of the evolutionary relationships within the Fungi.

2009; 12" x 9" spiral-bound hardcover; 269 pages; 168 figures; 4 pounds; Item No. 51779; $79

Plant Diseases caused by Bacteria

an image Database and educational Resource

Edited by Milton N. Schroth, Eva I. Hecht-Poinar, and Anne M. Alvarez

Plant Diseases Caused by Bacteria: An Image Database and Educational Resource CD is the most comprehensive assembly of bacterial disease photographs presenting different stages of disease development. The image database contains 1,006 high quality digital photographs of plants affected with bacterial diseases. The images may be browsed or searched by host common or scientific name, disease name, pathogen, pathogen synonym, general symptom, or keyword. The CD includes detailed pictures with a range of symptom types caused by bacterial diseases. For example, blights, rots, scabs, galls, leaf and stem spots are all covered.

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In addition, this CD contains illustrated and detailed narratives on 34 major bacterial diseases and includes important information on various factors of the diseases: mode of transmission, host range, mechanisms of infection, survival, and management. Among the selection of models are some of the world's most serious diseases. This resource will be valuable in the classroom for teaching identification and diagnosis of disease symptoms caused by bacteria or as a general education tool for master gardener and extension programs. Images can be exported into unique collections for specific uses, which allows for use in custom PowerPointTM presentations and teaching handouts. A preface, glossary, and references are included.

2010; CD compatible with PC; 1,006 images; ISBN 978-0-89054-390-0; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43900; $259 Multi User Version: Item No. 43900M; $495

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Citrus tristeza virus complex and Tristeza Diseases

Edited by Alexander V. Karasev and Mark E. Hilf

Citrus tristeza virus Complex and Tristeza Diseases is a comprehensive title on controlling and managing Citrus tristeza virus (CTV), which causes complex disease syndromes in citrus. This book includes a description of the disease and its history as well as information about diseases caused by the virus and the management of the disease in different countries. This book will be of interest to plant pathologists, plant virologists, horticulturists, and graduate students in plant pathology and related sciences. Other features in this new title include: research of the virus, CTV's interaction with the host plant, mechanisms of disease induction in different hosts, CTV's interaction with aphid vectors, and research of the factors involved in host resistance to the virus.

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Disease Description; Molecular Biology of the Pathogen; Citrus tristeza virus and the Taxonomy of Closteroviridae: Aphid Transmission and Epidemiology of Citrus tristeza virus; Resistance to Citrus tristeza virus in Citrus spp.; Management of Citrus tristeza virus--A Worldwide Experience

2010; 6" x 9" softcover; 266 pages; 12 color images; 40 black and white images; ISBN 978-0-89054-378-8; 2 pounds; Item No. 43788; $149

Taxonomy, Phylogeny, and ecology of Bark-inhabiting and Tree-Pathogenic Fungi in the Cryphonectriaceae

By Marieka Gryzenhout, Brenda D. Wingfield, and Michael J. Wingfield

This monograph will aid in the identification and study of fungi in the Cryphonectriaceae. Numerous studies revising the taxonomy of Cryphonectria or reporting on new hosts of these fungi have been published during the course of the past decade. The aim of this book is to draw together all recent and relevant information relating to the Cryphonectriaceae in one volume. This will considerably enhance the ability of plant pathologists, mycologists, and forest scientists to identify the important fungi residing in this Cryphonectriaceae family. The DNA database, keys, and descriptions for all Cryphonectria species and related taxa will also enhance the ability of those involved in quarantine regulations to recognize these fungi and help to reduce the chance of their accidental introduction into new areas.

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Introduction; History of the Cryphonectriaceae and its members; Diseases and ecology; Pathogen identification; Working with the Cryphonectriaceae; Identification of genera and species; Dichotomous key to genera; Synoptic key to genera; Descriptions; Species excluded or of questionable validity; Literature cited; List of abbreviations; Index to figures; Index to fungal names; Index to host names; Host-fungus index 2009; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 136 pages ; 14 color images; 38 black and white images; ISBN 978-0-89054-367-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 43672; $119

2009 aPS annual Meeting Proceedings cD

This fully searchable CD provides 362 presentations from oral technical sessions, posters, and special sessions at the 2009 APS Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon. Citable abstracts of all presentations and sessions are included: oral and poster technical presentations, special sessions, and plenary presentations. Each poster and presentation is displayed in PDF format and can be magnified to focus on specific figures, images, tables, and graphs.

2009; CD compatible with MAC and PC; ISBN 978-0-89054-380-1; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43801; $65 Multi User Version: Item 43801M: $150

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compendium of chickpea and lentil Diseases and Pests

Edited by Weidong Chen, Hari C. Sharma, and Fred J. Muehlbauer

Compendium of Chickpea and Lentil Diseases and Pests is the first ever comprehensive treatise of diseases and insect pests affecting two crops that play an important role in ensuring food and nutritional security to millions of people, particularly in arid and semiarid regions of the world. It is the result of work of more than 80 expert scientists from 12 countries. This compendium is a field guide on diagnosis and management of diseases, insect pests, and noninfectious disorders of chickpea and lentil. It covers diseases caused by fungi, nematodes, viruses, bacteria, phytoplasmas, parasitic weeds, and insect damage. It also provides diagnostics and treatments for noninfectious disorders including nutrient deficiencies and toxicities, herbicide injuries, and environmental problems like heat stress, waterlogging, and cold injury. A helpful section on the theory and practice of disease and pest management utilizing cultural practices, epidemiology, and population genetics is included. This new compendium is a ready-reference book for growers, diagnosticians, extension specialists, and crop protection scientists and students. Worldwide regulatory agencies and international agriculture organizations will utilize this color guide as a trusted resource for many years to come.

2011; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 160 pages est.; 275 images est.; ISBN 978-0-89054-383-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 43832; $79

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chickpea and lentil Diseases and Pests image cD

Chickpea and Lentil Diseases and Pests Image CD is a useful companion to the book and contains all images, about 275, from the compendium. Use these high quality images in PowerPointTM presentations and lecture handouts to provide clear examples of diseases and pests affecting chickpea and lentil. Easily browse through images categorized by causal agent. Simply save images to your desktop and then paste into your PowerPointTM presentation. Captions are included with images as well as in a separate text file for easy insertion into presentations and documents. Detailed diagnostic information on diseases and disorders can be found in the Compendium of Chickpea and Lentil Diseases and Pests along with step-by-step treatment methods.

2011; CD compatible with Mac and PC; 275 images est.; ISBN 978-0-89054-384-9; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43849; $69 Multi User Version: Item No. 43849M; $195

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ViRUS DiSeaSeS of PlanTS

image Database collection cD Grapevine, Potato, and Wheat image collection and Teaching Resource cD

Edited by O. W. Barnett and John L. Sherwood

Visual identification of symptoms on plants is often the first indication that they are affected by a virus disease. This 2-CD set provides an international collection of color images of virus symptoms and other associated images that emphasize identification and provide information on epidemiology, losses, and control. The CDs present information on field identification not available from other sources. Most of the information on plant resistance is not easily available as well, especially across several viruses affecting a single plant. VIRUS DISEASES OF PLANTS is a unique compilation that will be invaluable to educators, scientists, students, growers, and other agribusiness personnel. VIRUS DISEASES of PLANTS: Image Database Collection CD contains 1,218 images of symptoms, vectors, viruses, and viroids and disease symptoms that might be confused with those caused by viruses across a broad range of more than 120 host plants. Each image contains information about the current scientific classification of the virus disease shown based on the 8th Report of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Names of viruses from images in the APS Compendium of Plant Disease Series have been updated when necessary, and the newest literature information has been incorporated. Scientists currently working on the crop viruses have written the captions for the images and assisted in editing the compilation. VIRUS DISEASES of PLANTS: Grapevine, Potato, and Wheat Image Collection and Teaching Resource CD contains an image collection of virus diseases of grapevine, potato, and wheat, plus teaching resources on these crops. More than 430 images are integrated with information about the disease symptoms, epidemiology, causal virus(es), diagnosis, and management. An audiovisual component contains narration synchronized with slide shows of selected images. This feature, about 40 minutes long, is designed for classroom presentations or for individual study.

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The images on both VIRUS DISEASES of PLANTS CDs are searchable by virus, virus genus or family, plant, symptom, vector, or other words in the captions. The caption for each image contains the symptom description, disease name, virus name, host plant, and image contributor. These CDs contain a program that gives you the ability to create a custom slide show and export it. You may also export the images for use in custom PowerPointTM presentations. VIRUS DISEASES of PLANTS cDs may be purchased as a set or separately:

Image Database Collection CD 2009; CD compatible with PC; ISBN 978-0-89054-370-2; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43702; $149 · Multi User Version: Item No. 43702M; $295 Grapevine, Potato, and Wheat Image Collection and Teaching Resource CD 2009; CD compatible with PC; ISBN 978-0-89054-371-9; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43719; $149 · Multi User Version: Item No. 43719M; $295

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Plant Bacteriology

By Clarence I. Kado

The study of plant bacteriology has led to countless novel findings and advances benefitting medicine and biotechnology as well as horticulture and agriculture. Our understanding of plant bacteriology has reached a point where it is fitting to integrate its concepts and ideas into an essential reference and textbook. Plant Bacteriology provides fundamental knowledge every plant scientist and student of plant pathology should know, including important historical events that gave birth to the field as well as its recent advances. This textbook will serve as a comprehensive resource for graduate students, professors, epidemiologists, diagnosticians and extension specialists.

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The author, renowned educator and bacteriologist Clarence Kado, has organized the book to help the reader understand the emergence of this science. He includes a brief historical account This book will ship of microbiology that led to the field of plant bacteriology and weaves in discussions of how August 2010. bacterial pathogens evolved, and how these pathogens are currently classified. This sets a firm base of understanding for the core chapters that follow. The book clearly illustrates the symptoms caused by bacteria in a way that facilitates comprehension of the many different types of plant diseases that they cause. Each symptom type is presented with a detailed example of a causal agent and its characteristics, diagnostics, and mechanisms of virulence and pathogenicity. Kado also includes an extended discussion on the molecular mechanisms of virulence and a chapter on epidemiology and disease control, giving the reader a current-day understanding of these important concepts. His vision for the future of plant bacteriology and the developments to expect soon will be of interest to all who read this much-anticipated book. contents

Chapter 1: Historical Development of Plant Bacteriology; Chapter 2: Evolution of Bacterial Pathogens; Chapter 3: Classification of Plant-Pathogenic Bacteria; Chapter 4: Symptoms Caused by Plant-Pathogenic Bacteria; Chapter 5: Rapid Necrotizing Diseases; Chapter 6: Macerative Diseases and Their Pathogens; Chapter 7: Vascular Wilt Diseases and Their Pathogens; Chapter 8: Hyperplastic Overgrowth Diseases; Chapter 9: Asymptomatic and Latent Infections; Chapter 10: Molecular Mechanisms of Virulence and Pathogenesis; Chapter 11: Epidemiology and Control of Bacterial Plant Diseases; Chapter 12: Future Prospects in Plant Bacteriology; Index

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2010; 7" x 10" hardcover; 360 pages est.; 48 color images; 16 black and white images; ISBN 978-0-89054-388-7; 3 pounds; Item No. 43887; $139.95

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Wheat

Science and Trade

By Brett F. Carver

Wheat: Science and Trade is an up-to-date, comprehensive reference work designed to expand the current body of knowledge on this staple crop, incorporating new information made available by genetic advances, improvements in the understanding of wheat's biology, and changes in the wheat trade industry. This book focuses on the most economically significant diseases and impacts covering phylogeny and ontogeny, manipulation of the environment and optimal management, genetic improvement, and utilization and commercialization.

2009; 9.6" x 7.7" hardcover; 616 pages; 87 figures; 35 color plates; 5 pounds; Item No. 20248; $259.95

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WHeaT

chemistry and Technology, Fourth edition

Edited by Khalil Khan and Peter R. Shewry "...without a doubt the "Wheat-Bible" of all time, indeed a monumental brilliant book."

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--South African Association for Food Science & Technology

Since it was first published, Wheat: Chemistry and Technology has become the standard reference on wheat for generations. Wheat science has undergone countless new developments since the previous edition was published more than 20 years ago. This all new Fourth Edition ushers in a new era in our knowledge of this mainstay grain. It is completely revised, providing the latest information on wheat grain development, structure, and composition including vital peerreviewed information not readily available online.

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Wheat: A Unique Grain for the World; The Wheat Crop; Development, Structure, and Mechanical Properties of the Wheat Grain; Criteria of Wheat and Flour Quality; Wheat Flour Milling; Structure and Functional Properties of Gluten; Micronutrients and Phytochemicals in Wheat Grain; Wheat Grain Proteins; Carbohydrates; Wheat Lipids; Enzymes and Enzyme Inhibitors Endogenous to Wheat; Transgenic Manipulation of Wheat Quality

2009; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 480 pages; 196 figures; 69 tables; 27 color images; ISBN 978-1-891127-55-7; 4 pounds; Item No. 27557; $259

The Science of Grapevines

anatomy and Physiology

By Markus Keller

The Science of Grapevines: Anatomy and Physiology is an introduction to the physical structure of the grapevine, its various organs, their functions, and their interactions with the environment. Based on the author's years of teaching grapevine physiology, as well as his research experience with grapevines and practical experience growing grapes, it provides an important guide to understanding the entire plant. The book begins with a brief overview of the botanical classification, anatomy, and growth cycles of grapevines. It then addresses the basic concepts in growth and development, water relations, photosynthesis, respiration, mineral uptake and utilization, and carbon partitioning. These concepts aid the reader in better understanding plant-environment interactions including canopy dynamics, yield formation, fruit composition, and interaction with other organisms. While this book focuses on the physiology of whole plants rather than the metabolism of cells, it also discusses basic functions at the cellular and organ level in order to establish a firm understanding of whole-plant functions. The global breadth of coverage makes this an ideal text for viticulture and enology students, researchers, and industry professionals.

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2010; 7.75" x 9.5" hardcover; 377 pages; 2 pounds; Item No. 48812; $139.95

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Diseases of Herbaceous Perennials

By Mark L. Gleason, Margery L. Daughtrey, Ann R. Chase, Gary W. Moorman, and Daren S. Mueller

Diseases of Herbaceous Perennials is a beautifully illustrated, practical, scientifically reviewed reference book that will help you identify and solve plant disease problems specific to these valuable ornamental plants. As the popularity of herbaceous perennials in the landscape continues to rise, there is a demand for more information on how to produce and grow these striking plants successfully. The common diseases of more than 150 popular perennials are included in this new book, arranged alphabetically by plant and accompanied by hundreds of fine color photographs to assist in accurate disease diagnosis.

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This book consists of three sections. The first section describes basic strategies for diagnosing and managing diseases of herbaceous perennials. It explains why Integrated Pest Management is important and outlines some helpful practices to keep diseases in check. The second section includes short profiles of 12 major types of diseases that attack herbaceous perennials. This section helps readers understand how different types of disease-causing agents live and act and how best to protect plants against them. The third and main section of the book is organized alphabetically by the genus of each perennial plant, which helps readers quickly find information for a particular plant of interest. The Common Name to Latin Name Index will help those unfamiliar with the Latin plant names. Special features include · Over 700 color images of diseases commonly found on herbaceous perennials · Up-to-date information on important diseases to watch for · A primer on the different categories of plant diseases and how they are managed · Symptom descriptions to help the reader tell major diseases of perennials apart · The basic cultural requirements of each plant · Encyclopedic arrangement (alphabetically, plant-by-plant)

Each species is presented in its own two-page section.

2009; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 281 pages; 700+ color images; ISBN 978-0-89054-374-0; 3 pounds; Item No. 43740; $89

Diseases of Herbaceous Perennials image cD

The new Diseases of Herbaceous Perennials Image CD is the perfect companion to the Diseases of Herbaceous Perennials book. It contains all 700+ color images from the book. Use these high quality images in PowerPointTM presentations and lecture handouts to provide unmistakably clear examples of the diseases of herbaceous perennials. Easily browse through 700+ images by disease, plant, or caption. Then, simply save images to your desktop and paste into your PowerPointTM presentations. Captions are included with images as well as in a separate text file allowing searches by specific words or phrases and easy insertion into presentations and documents.

2009; CD compatible with Mac and PC; ISBN 978-0-89054-375-7; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43757; $89 Multiple User Version: Item No. 43757M; $195

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compendium of Hop Diseases and Pests

Edited by Walter Mahaffee, Sarah Pethybridge, and David H. Gent

Compendium of Hop Diseases and Pests is a comprehensive and authoritative account of diseases and pests of hops as well as numerous other disorders and injuries that impact this valuable specialty crop. This compendium is a practical reference for anyone interested in healthy, high-quality hops, which in addition to brewing, are showing promise for use in sugar processing and as a preservative in ethanol production and for potential use as an antimicrobial additive in animal feed. One hundred forty-seven images are presented with expert scientifically peer-reviewed descriptions of the identifying characteristics of disease and pest symptoms and their causal agents. This book provides insight into cone uses and chemistry, methods for hop production, and an extensive list of hop cultivars and the characteristics. The description of each disease or pest includes a general account of its importance and world distribution, symptoms, causal organism or agent, disease cycle and epidemiology, management, and selected references. Compendium of Hop Diseases and Pests assists in the diagnosis of hop diseases and pests in the field, laboratory, or diagnostic clinic and provides recommendations for management of hop diseases and pests. This compendium will be useful to plant pathologists, entomologists, nematologists, crop production specialists, growers, diagnostic clinicians, students, regulatory agents, crop consultants, agribusiness representatives, educators, researchers, and others interested in the recognition or management of hop diseases and pests throughout the world. Benefits of Compendium of Hop Diseases and Pests · Visually identify problems that affect hop plants or cones with 147 color photographs of diseases, pests, and other disorders. · Coverage on most diseases and pests affecting hops throughout the world, which is helpful when analyzing a new disease introduced into a specific region. · A useful broad reference for those interested in growing their own hops. This compendium contains sections on hop taxonomy, chemistry, and production with an extensive listing of hops cultivars and their characters. · Identify growth abnormalities that are not caused by plant pathogens or insects with expert descriptions and color photographs of symptoms of nutrient disorders and plant injury.

2009; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 93 pages; 147 color images; 6 black and white images; ISBN 978-0-89054-376-4; 1 pound; Item No. 43764; $69

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The new Hop Diseases and Pests Image CD is the perfect companion to the Compendium of Hop Diseases and Pests. This CD contains all 147 color images and 6 black and white images from the book. Use these high-quality images in PowerPointTM presentations and lecture handouts to provide clear examples of diseases and pests that affect hop. Easily browse through images categorized by causal agent. Simply save images to your desktop and then paste into your PowerPointTM presentations. Captions are included with images as well as in a separate text file for easy insertion into presentations and documents.

2009; CD compatible with MAC and PC; ISBN 978-0-89054-3771; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43771; $65 Multi User Version: Item No. 43771M; $195

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The Biology of Fungal Pathogens

Edited by Prof. Dr. Joseph-Alexander Verreet and Dr. Holger Klink In collaboration with Dr. Timothy Paulitz

Volume 5: Fungal Pathogens and Diseases of cereals

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Two new videos "Pythium Root Rot of Cereals" and "Rhizoctonia Root Rot of Cereals" have been added to the DVD series The Biology of Fungal Pathogens resulting in the new award-winning Volume 5: Fungal Pathogens and Diseases of Cereals DVD. Through an exciting blend of vivid three-dimensional animations and real images, with informative commentaries, these videos provide fascinating insight into the life cycles of major fungal pathogens. The series is an outstanding example of communication in modern science. 5.1 Pythium Root Rot of Cereals (10:00 min) This movie depicts the life cycle of Pythium using 3D computer animations blended with real images. Particularly, the formation and spread of motile zoospores is shown in detail. Finally, methods for successful disease management are explained. 5.2 Rhizoctonia Root Rot of Cereals (9:00 min) The life cycle of Rhizoctonia solani is explained in clear, easy-to-understand 3D animations. The closely related fungus Rhizoctonia cerealis causing sharp eyespot of wheat is also described, followed by sequences focusing on disease management methods, including seed treatment.

Winner of 26th International Film Festival AGROFILM 1st Prize in the Category A "Scientific and Popular Scientific Films"

2009; DVD; Multilingual Soundtrack (English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish); ISBN 978-0-89054-379-5; 1 pound; Item No. 43795; $199

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Molecular aspects of Plant Disease Resistance

Edited by Jane Parker

In recent years, our understanding of the mechanisms involved in plant resistance to disease has seen major advances. This important new volume provides cutting-edge reviews on major aspects of plant immunity from many of the world's leading researchers in the area. It is essential reading for all those studying plant-pathogen interactions, including plant and agricultural scientists, molecular biologists, geneticists, and microbiologists. Libraries in all universities and research establishments where biological and agricultural sciences are studied and taught should have copies of this important volume on their shelves. Coverage includes establishment of disease by microbial pathogens; genomic approaches to understanding host-pathogen interactions; local and systemic resistance signaling; activities of small bioactive molecules; and plant-insect ecology.

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contents 1: A personal perspective of the last 40 years of plant pathology: Emerging themes, paradigm shifts, and future promise. 2: Pathogenassociated molecular patterns (PAMP) and PAMP-triggered immunity. 3: Pseudomonas syringae type III-secreted proteins and their activities and effects on plant innate immunity. 4: Establishment of fungal and oomycete biotrophy. 5: Genome biology cracks enigmas of oomycete plant pathogens. 6: Plant-virus interactions: Defense and counter-defense. 7: Marshalling the troops: Intracellular dynamics in plant-pathogen defense. 8: Role of plant secondary metabolites at the host-pathogen interface. 9: Chemical ecology of plant-insect interactions. 10: Lipid signals in plant-pathogen interactions. 11: Induced resistance ­ orchestrating defense mechanisms through crosstalk and priming.

2009; 6.25" x 9.5" hardcover; 385 pages; 39 figures; 3 pounds; Item No. 75326; $219.99

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compendium of Beet Diseases and Pests, Second edition

Edited by Robert M. Harveson, Linda E. Hanson, and Gary L. Hein

Compendium of Beet Diseases and Pests, Second Edition is a complete revision of the first edition and is updated and expanded to provide current and relevant beet (Beta vulgaris L.) production problems in one comprehensive volume. This revision is authored by 28 scientists affiliated with 14 different institutions or organizations and contains more than 300 images throughout, approximately 80% of which are new to this volume.

This second edition has been significantly expanded and is organized into several major sections, including a new introduction with brief histories of beet production, botany, and breeding. The remainder of the book is divided into five major parts: biotic disorders, abiotic disorders, postharvest deterioration of sugar beet, major insect and arthropod pests, and newly emerging issues. The description of each disease includes a general account of its importance and world distribution, symptoms, causal organism or agent, disease cycle and epidemiology, management, and selected references. Compendium of Beet Diseases and Pests, Second Edition will be useful to field workers, diagnosticians, plant pathologists, extension specialists, agronomists, entomologists, vegetable horticulturists, and master gardeners. Although emphasizing sugar beets, the information will also pertain to problems associated with other forms of beets, including fodder, table (red) beet, and Swiss chard. An extensive effort was made to include images and descriptions of production issues affecting these crops as well. What's new in the Second edition? · More Images for Accurate Diagnostics--A significantly increased number of images of damage due to diseases, insects, herbicides, and abiotic disorders that enable growers, consultants, and extension specialists to more readily identify problems affecting crops. · Additional Coverage--Information on other beet types (chard, fodder, and table beets) will help vegetable horticulturists with production problems for this group of crops. · Emerging Issues Section--Timely descriptions of emerging issues will educate workers on new, potentially damaging problems. · New Historical Introduction--A new introduction is included containing brief histories of beet production, botany, and breeding for diseases and insects.

2009; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 140 pages; 298 color images; 10 black and white images; ISBN 978-0 89054-365-8; 2 pounds; Item No. 43658; $69

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The new Beet Diseases and Pests, Second Edition Image CD is a companion to the Compendium of Beet Diseases and Pests, Second Edition. This CD contains all 298 color images and 10 black and white images from the compendium. Use these high quality images in PowerPointTM presentations and lecture handouts to provide clear examples of diseases, pests, and disorders affecting beets. Easily browse through images categorized by causal agent. Simply save images to your desktop and then paste into your PowerPointTM presentations. Captions are included with images as well as in a separate text file for easy insertion into presentations and documents.

2009; CD compatible with MAC and PC; 308 images; ISBN 978-0-89054-366-5; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43665; $65 Multi User Version: Item No. 43665M; $195

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Postharvest Biology and Technology of Fruits, Vegetables, and Flowers

Edited by Gopinadhan Paliyath, Dennis P. Murr, Avtar K. Handa, and Susan Lurie

This comprehensive introduction to postharvest biology offers a firm grounding in the basic science and branches out into the technology and practical applications. It is an authoritative resource on the postharvest sector with an emphasis on the biochemical and molecular aspects relevant to each topic with postharvest implications. Coverage includes the developmental physiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology during early growth, maturation, ripening, and postharvest conditions.

2009; 7" x 10.25" hardcover; 482 pages; 26 tables; 84 figures; 3 pounds; Item No. 04088; $209.99

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Microbial Safety of Fresh Produce

Edited by Xuetong Fan, Brendan A. Niemira, Christopher J. Doona, Florence E. Feeherry, and Robert B. Gravani

Microbial Safety of Fresh Produce covers all aspects of produce safety including pathogen ecology, agromanagement, preharvest and postharvest interventions, and adverse economic impacts of outbreaks. This new title examines the current state of the problems associated with fresh produce by reviewing the recent, high-profile outbreaks associated with fresh produce, including the possible internalization of pathogens by plant tissues and understanding how human pathogens survive and multiply in water, soils, and fresh fruits and vegetables.

2009; 6.75" x 9.85" hardcover; 464 pages; 51 tables; 45 figures; 3 pounds; Item No. 04163; $229.99

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cellular and Molecular Biology of Filamentous Fungi

Katherine A. Borkovich and Daniel J. Ebbole

Cellular and Molecular Biology of Filamentous Fungi is an ideal starting point for any research study of filamentous fungi. It incorporates the latest findings from five disciplines: physiology, taxonomy, genomics, molecular biology, and cell biology. Its extensive use of illustrations and tables also makes it an excellent textbook for both graduate and undergraduate students, helping them easily grasp and apply new concepts. This comprehensive title begins with a historical perspective, cell morphology and taxonomy, and then moves on to such topics as cell growth, development, metabolism, and pathogenesis. The book covers model organisms in detail as well as a broad variety of dimorphic and "obligate" filamentous fungal species. You'll learn how individual species have adapted themselves to highly diverse ecological niches. In addition, comparisons to studies of the yeasts Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Schizosaccharomyces pombe help you better understand the nature of fungi and the underlying evolution that leads to diversity in this fascinating kingdom.

2010; 11.25" x 8.75" hardcover; 802 pages; 218 figures; 6 pounds; Item No. 14731; $210

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Plant Pathology

Edited by Robert Burns

Techniques and Protocols

In Plant Pathology: Techniques and Protocols, expert researchers provide methods that are vital to the diagnosis of plant diseases across the globe, addressing all three categories of plant pathology techniques: traditional, serological, and nucleic acid. Chapters examine recent and developing issues with crop identity and authenticity, allowing workers to genotype samples from two major food groups. Each chapter contains a brief introduction, step-by-step methods, a list of necessary materials, and a notes section that shares tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and reader-friendly, Plant Pathology: Techniques and Protocols is an incredible guide that will be indispensable, both to novices and expert researchers alike.

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Provides researchers with innovative methodologies for plant pathogen diagnostics Written by experts from internationally renowned institutions Cross-cutting approach to diagnostics, including molecular, serological, and traditional methodologies All classes of plant pathogens are covered in methodologies Provides methods for crop plant genetic validation

2009; 7.5" x 10.3" hardcover; 326 pages; 42 illustrations; 3 pounds; Item No. 97990; $109

Disease control in crops

Edited by Dale Walters

Biological and environmentally-Friendly approaches

The purpose of this important book is to examine the development and exploitation (or potential for exploitation) of a range of non-chemical approaches to disease control, with a focus on the need for a greater understanding of crop ecology as the basis for effective disease control in the field. Chapters in the book, written by international experts in the subject area, include coverage of biological control methods, host-plant resistance, the exploitation of tolerance, and the use of bacteriophages. Disease Control in Crops is an essential reference book for plant pathologists, microbiologists, plant and agricultural scientists, and crop protection specialists, including those working within, and providing consultancy to, the agrochemical industries. Libraries in all universities and research establishments where biological sciences and agriculture are studied and taught should have copies of this publication on their shelves.

2009; 6.9" x 9.7" hardcover; 266 pages; 3 pounds; Item No. 69479; $209.99

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Diseases of Fruit crops in australia

Edited by Tony Cooke, Denis Persley, and Susan House

Diseases of Fruit Crops in Australia will become the new standard reference in applied plant pathology in Australia covering important diseases affecting the broad range of fruit and nut crops grown there. The book is generously illustrated with high-quality color images to help diagnose diseases and explains how to identify and manage each disease, describing the symptoms of the disease, its importance, the source of infection and spread and control measures. It will be useful to plant scientists wherever these fruit crops are grown.

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Fruit crops covered: common diseases of perennial fruit crops, apple and pear, avocado, banana, citrus, coffee, custard apple, grape, lychee, macadamia, mango, olive, papaya, passionfruit, pineapple, stone fruit, strawberry, other fruit crops.

2009; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 288 pages; 537 figures; 4 pounds; Item No. 69718; $149

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Parasitic Flowering Plants

By Henning S. Heide-Jørgensen

Parasitic flowering plants are strikingly impressive and beautiful and hold many surprises of both general and scientific interest. Parasites also have great influence on the quality of human life when attacking crop plants. This beautifully illustrated book covers all parasitic families and most of the genera. It also discusses the establishment of the parasite, the structure and function of the nutrient absorption organ (haustorium), and how the parasites are pollinated and dispersed as well as their ecology, hosts, and evolution. The book is written in mostly nontechnical language and includes a glossary and explanatory boxes. Partial contents Introduction; Hemiparasitic Santalales; Hemiparasitic families other than Santalales; Holoparasitic families; Establishment of the parasite; Host ranges and various ecological aspects of parasitism; Harmful parasites and control methods; Ecology and evolution

2008; hardcover; 442 pages; 500+ color photographs; 4 pounds; Item No. 67506; $147

Herbaceous Perennial Plants

By Allan M. Armitage

a Treatise on their identification, culture, and Garden attributes - Third edition

The third edition of Herbaceous Perennial Plants: A Treatise on their Identification, Culture, and Garden Attributes describes 3,600 species in 1,224 pages. More than 300 color photos complement detailed text filled with the author's pointed observations of plant performance, cultivar selection, and current taxonomy. The first edition was designated one of the best 75 books written in the last 75 years by the American Horticultural Society. This newly published third edition combines Armitage's extensive traveling, teaching, and trialing experience to provide a depth of understanding of the best ornamental perennials for North American gardens unparalleled by any other garden writer.

2008; 7.25" x 10.25" hardcover; 1,224 pages; 300+ color photographs; 6 pounds; Item No. 47761; $89

color atlas of Postharvest

Quality of Fruits and Vegetables

By Maria Cecilia do Nascimento Nunes

The effects of time and temperature on the postharvest quality of fruits and vegetables are visually depicted in the Color Atlas of Postharvest Quality of Fruits and Vegetables. Through hundreds of vibrant color photographs, this unique resource illustrates how the appearance (e.g., color, shape, defects, and injuries) of fruits and vegetables changes throughout their postharvest life and how storage temperature greatly contributes to critical quality changes. The book's extensive coverage describes 37 different fruits and vegetables from different groups that were stored at five specific temperatures and photographed daily after specified elapsed periods of time.

2008; 8.75" x 11.25" hardcover; 463 pages; 261 figures; 5 pounds; Item No. 17521; $219.99

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50 Video clips on Fungal Diseases of cereals DVD

Edited by Prof. Dr. Joseph-Alexander Verreet and Dr. Holger Klink "This clip collection is a treasure trove for the teacher who understands that many different media are necessary to keep students engaged and learning. These illustrations will lock in a student's understanding of material studied in textbooks by giving them a particularly vivid visual demonstration of structures and their functions. The interactions between fungi and plants come alive via the artistry of these clips."

-- Margery Daughtrey, Editor-in-Chief, APS PRESS

The 50 video clips on this DVD will delight teacher and student alike. The wonder of biology is clearly evident in these hand-picked sequences and will help you create compelling presentations that will fascinate and educate your students. Ever since the The Biology of Fungal Pathogens Video Series became available, professors have wanted to use specific clips from the videos for their class PowerPointTM presentations...now it's possible! This new DVD has 50 clips from eight videos in the series. The 55-page booklet that comes with the DVD will help you to choose the perfect video segments of topics you would like to demonstrate to your students. The clips are especially desirable for use in general biology classes, as well as for classes in plant pathology and mycology. Cooperative extension educators will be able to use these clips as highlights in their presentations to commercial growers and in Master Gardener training.

2008; DVD compatible with MAC and PC; ISBN 978-0-89054-362-7; 1 pound; Item No. 43627; $259

Biology of Plant-Microbe interactions cD,

Volume 7

Edited by Hani Antoun, Tyler Avis, Louise Brisson, Danielle Prévost, and Martin Trepanier

This proceedings CD provides research results presented at the 14th International Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions held in July 2009. The CD gives you rapid access to all papers, which are searchable, citable, printable, and include color images and references.

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Topics Covered: Pathogenic and symbiotic interactions; Secondary metabolites; ROS/NO signaling and PCD; Quorum sensing; Molecular dialogues and signaling; Plant cell wall modification; Common host mechanisms; Interactions with invertebrates; Theory and practice of biocontrol; Genomics of diazotrophic plant-associated bacteria; RNA and gene silencing; practical applications bioinoculants; Dynamics of plant responses to microbes; Plant-microbe interactions and technology transfer; Effector proteins and the endocytic pathway; Plant-virus interactions; Microbe-induced plant organogenesis; Tree-microbe interactions; Model organisms and the post-genomic area; Emerging technologies; Plant immunity.

2010; CD compatible with MAC and PC; ISBN 978-0-9654625-6-3; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 62563; $99 Multi User Version (single computer): Item No. 62563M; $150 LAN License Version: Item No. 62563LAN; $300

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Biology of Plant-Microbe interactions cD,

Volume 6

Edited by Matteo Lorito, Sheridan Lois Woo, and Felice Scala

This CD provides papers from scientists that presented their research results at the 13th International Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions held in July 2007. This proceedings CD gives you rapid access to all papers, which are searchable, citable, printable, and include color images and references.

2008; CD compatible with MAC and PC; ISBN 978-0-9654625-5-6; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 62556; $99 Multi User Version (single computer): Item No. 62556M; $150 LAN License Version: Item No. 62556LAN; $300

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image analysis Software for Plant Disease Quantification

By Lakhdar Lamari

assess 2.0

Quickly and easily quantify disease symptoms on plants with Assess 2.0: Image Analysis Software for Plant Disease Quantification. Rapid measurement of leaf area, percent disease, root length, lesion count, percent ground cover, and applications are made simple with this versatile and affordable software. Assess 2.0 introduces automatic measurement (userindependent) of many plant diseases and ground cover to make disease quantification fast, easy, reliable, and reproducible. Assess 2.0 can also be used as an interactive laboratory tool for real-time length and area measurements of anything that can be imaged (scanned, digital photographs, microscopy, etc.). Accompanied by a textbook-quality user manual with 19 easy-to-follow tutorials, Assess 2.0 makes learning and training fascinating and fun. Automated installation is hassle-free, allowing users to start working on plant disease quantification immediately. The intuitive Windows-based interface makes image analysis and plant disease quantification simple. Assess 2.0 is hardware-independent, requiring only a computer with a 32-bit computer operating system. Assess 2.0 supports all standard graphic file formats and most nonstandard formats. What's neW in assess 2.0? · Automatic measurement of many plant disease lesions ­ No matter who measures the disease lesions, the result will always be the same. · Automatic measurement of ground cover ­ Agronomists and those interested in measuring ground cover can do so with a single click of the mouse. · Automatic recognition and percent-disease measurement of individual leaves on the same image ­This new feature is a real time-saver. You can scan many leaves on the same screen and obtain a disease measurement for each leaf with one click of the mouse. · Simple calibration ­ Images scanned in Assess 2.0 no longer require calibration. Additionally, if the resolution (dpi) of an image is known, the user simply enters the values into Assess 2.0. Physical units of measure can now be converted in Assess 2.0. You can calibrate an image in inches and later select one of 10 units without any calibration. · Support for all standard and many nonstandard file formats for reading and writing ­ Assess 2.0 can handle over 60 file formats, including several RAW formats for digital cameras. No need to convert images using other software. · Scanner interface

2008; CD and Manual; CD compatible with 32-bit Windows Operating System (95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, or Vista); 2 pounds; ISBN 978-0-89054-369-6 Single User Version: Item No. 43696; $295 Multi User Version: Item No. 43696M; $495

1200 Weeds of the 48 States & adjacent canada

This interactive weed-identification DVD is useful to a broad audience ranging from extension specialists, educators, and herbicide applicators to gardeners, ranchers, and anyone who needs to identify weeds. It is a complete revision of the 1,000 Weeds of North America CD published in 2003. The new DVD version contains 2,000 more images (6,200 in all) and a new user-friendly interface, as well 200 more species. It includes graphic images, terms, and botanical structures used in the identification process, a complete step-by-step tutorial to help you learn the program features, and county-level distribution maps for each species.

2008; DVD compatible with PC; 1 pound; Item No. 1200W; $56

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Teaching Plant anatomy Through creative laboratory exercises

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

"Although a number of new plant anatomy texts have been published in recent years, none is as innovative, exciting and user-friendly as Teaching Plant Anatomy Through Creative Laboratory Exercises...The book also outlines some easy to use techniques, such as hand sections and clearings and macerations, which will certainly be very useful for any plant related lab. This book really does bring plant anatomy to life and will be a must for any course that deals with plant structure even if it's just to prepare plant material for molecular techniques."

--Dr. Usher Posluszny, University of Guelph

This lab manual is easy to follow for instructors teaching plant structure at the high school, college, and university levels. This book takes students through the process of preparing their own microscope slides from fresh plant samples. The exercises in this book require minimal supplies and equipment and use plants that are readily available. A CD is included with all the illustrations for easy downloading into PowerPointTM presentations. Partial contents Types of Microscopes and Microscopy; Sectioning and Staining; Cell Organelles and Ergastic Substances; Cell Types in Simple Tissues; Complex Tissues; Secretory Structures; Roots; Stems; Leaves; Reproductive Organs; Appendix 1: List of plant anatomy texts; Appendix 2: Preparation and use of stains; Appendix 3: Some unwelcome intruders and problems when sectioning; Appendix 4: A simple method for staining cleared roots and leaves; Appendix 5: Testing viability of plant cells; Appendix 6: Suppliers; Glossary; Index

2008; 8.5" x 11" spiral bound manual and CD; 164 pages; 2 pounds; Item No. 97982; $65

Plant Propagation

concepts and laboratory exercises

By Caula A. Beyl and Robert N. Trigiano

Includes a CD with full-color illustrations and PowerPoint presentations! Edited by two of the leading experts in the field, this hands-on resource develops a working knowledge of the principles of plant propagation, as they apply in temperate and tropical environments. In addition to presenting the essential fundamentals, this carefully conceived work provides proven protocols and practices that students will be able to apply in their laboratory and field experiences. All of the main concepts presented in the text are supported with carefully chosen laboratory and greenhouse exercises that the authors have used successfully in teaching situations. These exercises illustrate propagation concepts, while providing students with basic propagation skill sets. While the book is designed to meet the needs of plant science classes, it contains enough practical and up-to-date information and detailed protocols to serve the reference needs of those who continue to be active in plant science research.

2008; 8.5" x 11" softcover book and CD; 480 pages; 3 pounds; Item No. 65084; $95

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Phytophthora

identifying Species by Morphology and Dna Fingerprints

By Mannon E. Gallegly and Chuanxue Hong "This book will be throughout the world an excellent resource for these who are interested in identifying Phytophthora species."

--Archives of Phytopathology & Plant Protection

This best-selling identification key, Phytophthora: Identifying Species by Morphology and DNA Fingerprints, enables diagnosticians and regulatory personnel as well as researchers to identify Phytophthora species with speed and confidence. This book presents a new key, integrating the classical morphological approach and a new DNA fingerprinting technique called PCR-SSCP. A total of 652 original photos are included to illustrate 60 individual species covered as well as a partial list of other molecular characters used for description of new species and differentiation of existing species in recent years. Each section includes a description, PCR-SSCP fingerprint key, and illustrations for morphological characters. Features and Benefits of the Phytophthora identification Key Integration of classical approach and modern DNA fingerprinting technology enables students, teachers, diagnosticians, and researchers to correctly identify Phytophthora species, using one method to identify and another to confirm isolate identities. In addition, it allows those who are skilled in DNA fingerprinting techniques to learn the classical approach and vice versa. New dichotomous-like key is presented using minimal morphological characters and the DNA fingerprint key uses only the rDNA-ITS region amplified with a single pair of universal primers enabling plant health regulatory personnel and diagnosticians to quickly identify Phytophthora species.

Each species is presented on its own two-page section. Each section includes a description, PCR-SSCP fingerprint key, and illustrations for morphological characters.

Pictorial illustrations of morphological characters used in the key and description of individual species help beginners understand and master essential taxonomic terms and diagnostic characters of individual species. They also speed training for those in new research and diagnostic service positions. Step-by-step procedures provided for all methods used in development of both keys allow key users to easily become adept in species identification. PCR-SSCP fingerprint key along with the protocol of how to use it provides a DNA fingerprint technique that is quicker and can be used as a confirmation of the morphological identification. Diagnosticians and beginning students can easily become proficient using this method with the straightforward protocol. contents

Chapter 1: The Morphological Key - General procedures for morphological identification, Illustrations of definitive morphological characters, Growth media and methods; Chapter 2: The DNA Fingerprint Key - The PCR-SSCP protocol, A partial list of other molecular fingerprinting techniques; Chapter 3: Morphological Characters and DNA Fingerprints of 60 Individual Species - Host, geographic origin, provider, and culture deposits of key isolates; Glossary; Literature Cited; Index

2008; 8.5" x 11" softcover spiral bound; 168 pages; 130 black and white images; 2 pounds; ISBN 978-0-89054-364-1; Item No. 43641; $79

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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 "The publication aims especially at readers with general historical and cultural interest. It provides ample stimuli, not only to plant pathologists, to more closely follow up the described examples and phenomena."

--Journal of Phytopathology

Fungi in the Ancient World is a comprehensive review on the impact of fungi in helping to shape ancient civilizations. Mushrooms, mildews, molds, and yeast had a surprisingly profound impact on diet, custom, politics, religion; human, animal, plant health; art, folklore, and the beginnings of science. This insightful book is a gateway to current methodologies for investigation of the co-evolution of plants, fungi, and humans from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages. Peer reviewed for accuracy and balance, the book provides multiple perspectives from professionals in mycology, plant pathology, ancient history, and folklore.

2008; 6" x 9" softcover; 152 pages; 13 black and white figures; ISBN 978-0-89054-36-0; 2 pounds; Item No. 43610; $69

Pioneering Women in Plant Pathology

Edited by Jean Beagle Ristaino "I loved reading this book. As a graduate student in the 1960's, I heard stories about the exploits of women who commanded attention at meetings and proved their hypotheses with clearly stated facts. These stories gave me the courage to report my work and this book will be an inspiration to women and men who continue the search for scientific knowledge."

--Sandra L. Anagnostakis, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, CT, USA [Published in Inoculum]

Pioneering Women in Plant Pathology is a biographical book on the early women scientists who led the way for others in the field of plant pathology. These untold stories about 27 fascinating women discuss their struggles and triumphs as early women in the science. The stories in this book are enhanced by historical documentation, samples of original research and published articles, reference material, and printed historical accounts. It will be appropriate for introductory or graduate level plant pathology courses that teach about the early studies of plant disease. Women's studies, agriculture, and science history classes could also use this as a supplementary text. Historians of science will also find this an interesting look into the past.

2008; 6" x 9" hardcover; 352 pages; 133 black and white figures; ISBN 978-0-89054-359-7; 3 pounds; Item No. 43597; $89

Microfungi occurring on Proteaceae in the fynbos

By Seonju Marincowitz, Pedro W. Crous, Johannes Z. Groenewald, and Michael J. Wingfield

The fynbos is a shrubland characterized by a fire-prone ecosystem and Mediterranean climate. Although it is extremely rich in plant species, and has a high degree of floral endemism, very little is known regarding the fungi in this unique and fascinating environment. Microfungi occurring on Proteaceae in the fynbos is the result of a study that investigated the saprobic microfungi that colonize and utilize leaf and twig litter and senescent flowerheads of Proteaceae. A total of 29 species and subspecies belonging to four genera of Proteaceae were sampled from 12 sites in the Western Cape Province of South Africa spanning a period of two years. Other than providing a foundation for further studies, this investigation highlights a disturbing paucity of knowledge regarding the fynbos mycota in one of the world's most threatened and unusual floral kingdoms.

2008; hardcover; 166 pages, 93 color plates, 6 black and white plates; 2 pounds; Item No. 51717; $89

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Mineral nutrition and Plant Disease

Edited by Lawrence E. Datnoff, Wade H. Elmer, and Don M. Huber "Without any doubt this book will serve as an excellent source of useful information for plant physiologists, agronomists, and plant protection specialists as well as for university teachers and students. Therefore I strongly recommend this book for all agricultural and natural sciences libraries."

-- Journal of Plant Protection Research

BEST SELLER

Mineral Nutrition and Plant Disease is the first book to successfully combine two important plant science disciplines, nutrition and pathology. It provides current information on theoretical aspects of nutrition in disease physiology while contributing a wealth of basic practical information for obtaining immediate disease suppression with specific fertilizers. Mineral nutrients are important in production agriculture and horticulture because they can often be the first line of defense against plant diseases. This reference succeeds in organizing what we know and explaining the interactions at work. This book is pertinent to plant scientists worldwide including agronomists, plant physiologists, horticulturists, extension scientists, soil scientists, plant pathologists, and librarians who serve them. It will also be useful as a fundamental text to use for introductory courses in these disciplines. Partial contents

The Chemistry of Plant Nutrients in Soil; The Physiological Role of Minerals in the Plant; Nitrogen and Plant Disease; Phosphorus and Plant Disease; Potassium and Plant Disease; Calcium and Plant Disease; Magnesium and Plant Disease; Sulfur and Plant Disease; Iron and Plant Disease; Manganese and Plant Disease; Zinc and Plant Disease; Copper and Plant Disease; Chlorine and Plant Disease; Molybdenum and Plant Disease; Boron and Plant Disease; Nickel and Plant Disease; Silicon and Plant Disease; Aluminum and Plant Disease; Index

2007; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 278 pages; 57 color and black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-346-7; 3 pounds; Item No. 43467; $89

The Study of Plant Disease epidemics

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

BEST SELLER

"...clearly and cohesively synthesizes many aspects of plant disease epidemiology from the principles of disease intensity assessment to the various modeling approaches to crop loss assessment. Its tone is instructional and would be of benefit to plant pathologists wishing to augment their skills in plant disease epidemiology, or for teachers of graduate/advanced level classes in plant disease epidemiology, biological systems modeling, and disease management."

-- Australasian Plant Pathology

The Study of Plant Disease Epidemics is a comprehensive manual that introduces readers to the essential principles and concepts of plant disease epidemiology. It provides a detailed exposition on how to describe, compare, analyze, and predict epidemics of plant disease for the ultimate purposes of developing and testing control strategies and tactics. This book provides a useful framework for the following: measuring plant disease, quantifying and modeling disease development in time and space, quantifying patterns of disease and sampling for disease in populations, determining decision thresholds for control interventions, and characterizing the relationship between disease development and crop loss. Written by three of the leading plant disease epidemiologists of the last quarter century, this book explains how to translate valuable data and make informed disease management decisions. It is an essential resource for graduate students, researchers, and teachers of plant pathology, as well as crop consultants and those in disease management positions. It will be an excellent teaching tool for courses in Plant Disease Epidemiology, Plant Disease Management, Invasive Species Risk Assessment, and Plant Pathogen Ecology.

2007; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 421 pages; 168 black and white figures; ISBN 978-089054-354-2; 3 pounds; Item No. 43542; $89

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Vegetable Diseases

a color Handbook

By Steven T. Koike, Peter Gladders, and Albert O. Paulus

a colour atlas of

"The layout has a fresh, appealing look; the text is well organized with a good balance between completeness and conciseness, and the photos are amazing. I think this book will soon be the new standard vegetable pathology reference."

--Anthony P. Keinath, Professor & Vegetable Pathologist, Clemson University, Charleston, SC, U.S.A.

Diseases of lettuce and Related Salad crops

By D. Blancard, H. Lot, and B. Maisonneuve "...this reference provides a powerful resource to the plant disease diagnostician and those mycologists who help the public with their disease problems."

-- Inoculum

This comprehensive book focuses primarily on diseases that are caused by pathogens. Chapters dealing with the general principles of the causes, diagnosis, and control of vegetable crop diseases are followed by crop-based chapters. Each disease entry includes a brief introduction to the disease, detailed description of disease symptoms, information on the pathogen and disease development, and suggestions on how to manage the problem. Top quality color photos illustrate the book throughout. contents

Preface; Acknowledgements; Part 1 Introduction to Vegetable Crops and Diseases: Vegetable Production, Causes of Disease, Diagnosing Disease, Controlling Disease; Part 2 Diseases of Vegetable Crops: Alliaceae (onion family), Apiaceae (parsley family), Asparagus officinalis (asparagus), Beta vulgaris (beet), Brassicaceae (mustard family), Capsicum (pepper), Cucurbitaceae (gourd family), Fabaceae (pea family), Lactuca sativa (lettuce), Solanum lycopersicum (tomato), Spinacia oleracea (spinach), Specialty and Herb Crops; Glossary; Index

An indispensable guide for the diagnosis, understanding, and control of parasitic and non-parasitic diseases of lettuce, chicory, and endive.

2006; 8.6" x 11.6"; hardcover, 376 pages; 513 color photos; 22 color diagrams; 4 pounds; Item No. 60508; $190

a colour atlas of

cucurbit Diseases

By D. Blancard, H. Lecoq, and M. Pitrat

The main aim of this beautifully illustrated book, covering the identification and control of diseases of cucurbits, is to enable the reader to quickly diagnose parasitic and non-parasitic conditions and give valuable information on the methods of treatment to combat them. Covers diseases of the foliage, roots, neck, stalk and fruit of cucumbers, watermelons, courgettes, squash, and pumpkins.

1996; 8.6" x 11.6" hardcover, 304 pages; 472 color and black and white illustrations; 2 pounds; Item No. 45154; $199

2007; 7.7" x 10.3"; hardcover; 448 pages; 633 color images and 5 tables; 4 pounds; Item No. 36758; $219

Pests of Fruit crops

a color Handbook

By David V. Alford

Pests of Fruit Crops is a revision and expansion of Cambridge, UK entomologist David Alford's highly regarded Color Atlas of Fruit Pests. This new re-titled edition provides an illustrated account of the various pests of fruit crops and now covers temperate and sub-tropical regions. There are over 1,100 color photos and more than half are new color photos for this edition. Pests of Fruit Crops targets insects and mites that affect more than 50 host-crop types. Each pest covered includes a description, its life history, plants affected, and damage caused. Families of pests are arranged according to generally accepted systematic systems; species appear under scientific names and show common names. Detailed general and scientific indexes allow cross-referencing between fruit and pest.

2007; 7.7" x 10.3"; hardcover; 461 pages; 1,113 color photographs; 4 pounds; Item No. 36765; $179

Diseases of Small Grain cereal crops

a colour Handbook

By Timothy D. Murray, David W. Parry, and Nigel D. Cattlin

BACK IN PRINT AS SOFTCOVER! The small grain cereals, wheat, barley, oats, and rye, are cultivated worldwide. Covering the most important pathogens, this handbook contains superb color photographs, accompanied by clear, concise descriptions of diseases and advice on their control. Now back in print in softcover.

2008; 6" x 9" softcover; 144 pages; 240 color illustrations; 1 pound; Item No. 61047; $39

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Soybean Diseases

of the north central Region

Edited by T. D. Wyllie and D. H. Scott "An excellent way to obtain an overview of current practices and state of knowledge concerning this vital crop."

--IPM Practitioner

induced Plant Defenses against Pathogens and Herbivores

Biochemistry, ecology, and agriculture

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

Forty-four scientists compare and contrast how these mechanisms work and explore their impact and applications in agriculture.

1999; 6" x 9" hardcover; 403 pages; 49 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-242-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 42422; $59

1988; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 160 pages; 13 illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-087-X; 1 pound; Item No. 4087X; $25

Maize Diseases

By Denis C. McGee

a Reference Source for Seed Technologists

"Will be recognized as a fundamental work by everyone interested in the diseases of maize."

--Acta Agronomica Hungarica

The nature and Practice of Biological control of Plant Pathogens

By R. J. Cook and K. F. Baker "The book is impressive..."

--Nature

1988; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 160 pages; 52 photographs; ISBN 0-89054-090-X; 1 pound; Item No. 4090X; $34

cORn

chemistry and Technology, Second edition

Edited by Pamela J. White and Lawrence A. Johnson

This comprehensive resource discusses many new value-added uses for corn, including corn fiber oil and starches modified for specific food applications.

Published by AACC International; 2003; 6" x 9" hardcover; 892 pages; 226 black and white illustrations; ISBN 1-891127-33-0; 4 pounds; Item No. 27330; $229

1983; 6" x 9" hardcover; 539 pages; 70 illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-053-5; 2 pounds; Item No. 40535; $58

Soybean Diseases

By Denis C. McGee "Will be useful to those in botany, biology, and agriculture."

a Reference Source for Seed Technologists

--American Reference Books Annual 1994

1992; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 160 pages; 39 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-141-8; 1 pound; Item No. 41418; $34

nutrient Deficiencies and Toxicities in crop Plants

Edited by William F. Bennett

BEST SELLER

Plant Pathogens and the Worldwide Movement of Seeds

Edited by Denis C. McGee "...a unique and concise overview of regulatory plant pathology that few of us encounter."

--Plant Diagnostics Quarterly

"An exciting contribution to the field of general crop nutrition."

--Journal of Small Fruit and Viticulture

1993; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 202 pages; 307 color photographs; 18 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-151-5; 3 pounds; Item No. 41515; $69

1997; 6" x 9" softcover; 109 pages; 22 black and white photographs; 3 line drawings; ISBN 0-89054-185-X; 1 pound; Item No. 4185X; $39

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a Manual of assessment Keys for Plant Diseases

By W. C. James

Pocket-sized for use in the field, this handbook helps you diagnose plant diseases and subsequently calculate yield losses. It is divided into sections on cereals, forage, and field crops.

1971; 4" x 7" spiral-bound; 90 pages; 27 illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-081-0; 1 pound; Item No. 40810; $29

Food, crop Pests, and the environment

The need and Potential for Biologically intensive integrated Pest Management

Edited by Frank G. Zalom and William E. Fry "A concise and readable summary of the current status and future potential of IPM."

--Journal of Agricultural Science

Blue Mold of Tobacco

Edited by W. E. McKeen "...a superb piece of work..."

--Society of Irish Plant Pathologists

1992; 6" x 9" softcover; 179 pages; ISBN 0-89054-140-X; 1 pound; Item No. 4140X; $43

1989; 6" x 9" hardcover; 288 pages; 9 color photographs; 96 black and white figures; ISBN 0-89054-097-7; 1 pound; Item No. 40977; $47

The Plant Disease clinic and Field Diagnosis of abiotic Diseases

By Malcolm C. Shurtleff and Charles W. Averre, III "...this excellent book is essential for someone who plans to operate a diagnostic laboratory...highly valuable."

--Journal of Arboriculture

Ultrastructure of the Root-Soil interface

By R. C. Foster, A. D. Rovira, and T. W. Cock "...I am confident it will become a much cited document."

--Soil Science

1997; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 256 pages; 110 color photographs; 32 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-217-1; 3 pounds; Item No. 42171; $89

1983; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 157 pages; 118 electron micrographs; ISBN 0-89054-051-9; 2 pounds; Item No. 40519; $49

ecology and Management of Soilborne Plant Pathogens

Edited by C. A. Parker, A. D. Rovira, K. J. Moore, P. T. W. Wong, and J. F. Kollmorgen "The editors are to be congratulated . . . [This book] will be essential for all concerned with soilborne plant pathogens."

--Plant Pathology

Scientific and common names of 7,000 Vascular Plants in the United States

Edited by Lois Brako, Amy Y. Rossman, and David F. Farr "This immensely useful index has considerable practical implications and, in fact, could serve as a model for similar lists in other countries."

--Taxon

1995; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 301 pages; ISBN 0-89054-171-X; 2 pounds; Item No. 4171X; $34

1985; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 358 pages; 94 figures; 163 tables; ISBN 0-89054-066-7; 3 pounds; Item No. 40667; $43

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The Handbook of Plant nutrition

By Allen V. Barker and David J. Pilbeam

The Handbook of Plant Nutrition provides information on the nutritional requirements of the most significant crops being cultivated worldwide. This handbook provides an overview of plant nutrients and beneficial elements, distinguishing the difference between the two, and explaining research approaches and diagnostic criteria currently being applied. In addition, every chapter is dedicated to an essential macro or micronutrient or beneficial element. A CD containing more than 40 full color illustrations is also included. Written by eminent researchers from across the world, each of the chapters· Offers historical information on the specific nutrient, explaining why it is either essential or a beneficial element, giving demonstration of its essentiality and functions in plants · Explains how appearance and composition of plants can be used to assess nutritional status · Discusses the value of soil tests for assessing nutritional status · Recommends fertilizers that can be applied to remedy nutritional deficiencies contents

Introduction; Essential Elements­Macronutrients: Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Sulfur; Section 3: Essential Elements­ Micronutrients: Boron, Chlorine, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Molybdenum, Nickel, Zinc ; Beneficial Elements: Aluminum, Cobalt, Selenium, Silicon, Sodium, Vanadium; Conclusion; Index

Agrobacterium tumefaciens

From Plant Pathology to Biotechnology

Edited by Eugene Nester, Milton P. Gordon, and Allen Kerr "...this book really grabbed me and I got a great deal of enjoyment from reading it. I suspect many will follow avidly how the mysteries of this bacterium were unravelled and the development of its starring role in plant biotechnology."

--Microbiology Today

This anthology traces the fascinating progress from plant pathology to biotechnology through 38 scientific papers on Agrobacterium published over the past century. Included are the seminal scientific papers in the biology and application of Agrobacterium with several introductory commentaries by those involved in or familiar with the original work.

2005; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 336 pages; 235 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-322-4; 3 pounds; Item No. 43224; $119

laboratory Guide for identification of

Plant Pathogenic Bacteria,

Third edition

Edited by N. W. Schaad, J. B. Jones, and W. Chun "At last! A comprehensive source on modern plant pathogenic bacteria is now available... This is a must purchase for any applied plant pathologist and all clinical situations."

--Plant Diagnostics Quarterly

2006; 7.25" x 10" hardcover; 632 pages; 4 pounds; Item No. 59049; $149.95

Forest Pathology

From Genes to landscapes

Edited by J. E. Lundquist and R. C. Hamelin

"...the book provides stimulating ideas and leads the readers also to appropriate methods, the application of which is illustrated by case studies...the timely book is highly recommended to students as well as to professional forest pathologists who like to broaden their view."

-- Forest Pathology

This book will be of use for forest pathology scientists and professionals, forest managers and ecologists, molecular biologists and geneticists, and landscape ecologists. It is also an excellent teaching resource for courses in forest pathology and entomology, forest and shade tree pathology, forest ecology, disturbance ecology, landscape ecology, forest health, conservation biology, and molecular epidemiology.

2005; 8.5" ×11" softcover; 175 pages; 44 black and white illustrations; 8 tables; ISBN 0-89054-334-8; 2 pounds; Item No. 43348; $69

This book features a list of available PCR primers and an appendix on molecular techniques. Many species have been given genus status and many pathovars have been returned to species rank. Each chapter in this book provides a description of the nomenclature and taxonomy being followed and a flow chart to aid in identification of plant pathogen genera is included. To assist readers in correctly identifying bacteria, the Laboratory Guide for Identification of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, Third Edition includes simplified methods, color photographs of biochemical results, full descriptive methods, and a list of semiselective agar media useful for isolating bacteria.

2001; 8.5" x 11" spiral-bound; 373 pages; 68 color photographs; 9 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-263-5; 3 pounds; Item No. 42635; $55

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advances in Potato Pest Biology and Mangement

Edited by Geoffrey W. Zehnder, Mary L. Powelson, Richard K. Jansson, and Kandukuri V. Raman "Provides an extensive information and literature source... Contains valuable information for potato growers and seed multiplication organizations."

--Journal of Phytopathology

Glossary of Plant-Pathological Terms

By Malcolm C. Shurtleff and Charles W. Averre, III "... it should be an invaluable addition to the bookshelves not only of professionals and students in crop protection, but also in agriculture and plant science generally, wherever there is a need to understand plant pathology and its related disciplines."

--Journal of Biological Agriculture and Horticulture

International in scope, this book presents technologies for integrated pest management and disease control systems for potato production.

1994; 6"x 9" hardcover; 655 pages; 98 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-164-7; 3 pounds; Item No. 41647; $79

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

1997; 6" x 9" hardcover; 368 pages; ISBN 0-89054-176-0; 2 pounds; Item No. 41760; $69

Biology and Management of the Soybean cyst nematode

Edited by Robert D. Riggs and J. Allen Wrather "Invaluable to advisers in soybean crop management."

--Plant Pathology

Biological Pollution

Edited by Kerry O. Britton

an emerging Global Menace

"...the authors present an alarming picture in a clear and accessible style...it should be widely read."

--New Agriculturist

The soybean cyst nematode has become one of the most widespread and destructive soybean pests. This books consolidates information from across the globe on the nature of this nematode.

1992; 5.5" x 8.5" softcover; 186 pages; 19 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-125-6; 1 pound; Item No. 41256; $39

Mycotoxins in Grain

Edited by David Miller and H. Locksley Trenholm "...strongly recommend that anyone seriously involved in fungal problems associated with foods and feeds or mycotoxicology buy this book."

--Trends in Food Science and Technology

"This book should be required reading for all in the horticultural industry, whether in the laboratory or in the greenhouse, or selling produce; and especially for politicians and government regulators...a powerful wake-up call for all who value their natural environment and recognize the vital place of agriculture and forestry in the world economy."

--Practical Hydroponics & Greenhouses

compounds Other Than aflatoxin

2004; 6"x 9" softcover, 124 pages; 22 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-313-5; 1 pound; Item No. 43135; $69

Plant Pathology careers Brochure

To request FREE copies, contact APS at [email protected] or call +1.651.454.7250.

1994; 6"x 9" hardcover; 552 pages; 11 tables; 172 pages of spectra and accompanying analyses; 29 line drawings. ISBN 0-9624407-5-2; 3 pounds; Item No. 40752; $159

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Potato Health Management,

Second edition

Edited by Dennis A. Johnson "...everything you want to know about growing potatoes is in this book... should be available in all universities, colleges, schools, farms and even homes and any research institute where research in any aspect of plant pathology is being carried out, or where horticulture or plant pathology is taught."

--Fungal Diversity

Peanut Health Management

Edited by H. A. Melouk and F. M. Shokes

In Peanut Health Management, virtually every peanut production practice is examined in relation to crop health management. Learn to diagnose, prevent, and control complications caused by weeds, pests, insects, climate, malnutrition, microorganisms and more. The efficiency, profitability, and environmental quality this guide lends to peanut production will make it ideal for seed and aommercial growers, researchers, field consultants, extension specialists, farm advisors, students, and professionals in all aspects of the peanut industry.

1995; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 137 pages; 113 color photographs; 21 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-203-1; 1 pound; Item No. 42031; $59

The first edition of Potato Health Management is the best-selling title in the APS PRESS Plant Health Management Series, with more than 7,000 copies sold. Pest and pathogen populations have changed since the first edition was printed, and this new edition addresses those changes and contains up-to-date information recently acquired to help you economically manage potato health. This highly anticipated manual describes dozens of problems that affect this important crop including weeds, insects, nematodes, fungi, bacteria, phytoplasmas, and viruses. The new edition is 30% larger than the first and contains more color photographs, which are now interspersed throughout the text. It includes timely new chapters on economics, home gardening, and organic production. More than 40 experts from the fields of soil science, weed science, nematology, plant pathology, and entomology explain how to holistically manage potato health from seed to storage. The book provides the most current information on potato production practices, with an emphasis on pest and disease management. It gives a knowledge base so that these practices can be integrated into a comprehensive management strategy. The information in each of the book's 23 chapters is essential to a successful, sustainable potato health management program.

2007; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 272 pages; 149 color illustrations; 47 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-353-5; 3 pounds; Item No. 43535; $89

Wheat Health Management

By R. J. Cook and R. J. Veseth "...has something to offer anybody involved in wheat production."

--Journal of Phytopathology

The inaugural title in this series, Wheat Health Management details all the steps in a successful preplanting, postplanting, and postharvest wheat program.

1991; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 168 pages; 94 color photographs; 83 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-111-6; 1 pound; Item No. 41116; $59

emerging Technologies for integrated Pest Management

Edited by George G. Kennedy and Turner B. Sutton

concepts, Research, and implementation

This book examines key scientific and technological advances (i.e., genetic engineering, biological control, global positioning, etc.) that have the potential to dramatically improve the practice of integrated pest management (IPM). Coverage includes the progress made in diagnostics, genetic engineering, biological control, pesticide technology, global positioning, geographic information systems, and information processing and delivery.

2000; 6" x 9" hardcover; 544 pages; 61 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-246-5; 3 pounds; Item No. 42465; $54

citrus Health Management

Edited by L. W. Timmer and Larry W. Duncan

Citrus Health Management is designed to aid in developing a successful citrus health program. Management practices cover soil and water, diseases, pests, and weeds, as well as economic, environmental, mechanical, and chemical management issues.

1999; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 221 pages; 90 color photographs; 24 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-227-9; 2 pounds; Item No. 42279; $59

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Dry Bean Production & Pest Management

Edited By Howard F. Schwartz, Mark A. Brick, Robert M. Harveson, and Gary D. Franc "...This book has already helped us to optimize our irrigation scheduling. It has enabled me to identify the aspects of our research program that are on track and target other areas for more work."

--John Rayapati, ADM - Research Manager

Covers economics and marketing; classification and performance; seed certification; climate effects; crop rotation; planting; nutrient management; irrigation; tillage; harvest and postharvest; and weed, insect, and disease management.

2004; spiral-bound softcover; 167 pages, 239 full color plates; 2 pounds; Item No. 562AC; $35

insect Pests of Small Grains

By Wendell L. Morrill

Use this guide for diagnosing pest symptoms and for identifying insects commonly associated with wheat, barley, and oats in North America. Includes information on insect control and trapping.

1995; 6" x 9" hardcover; 172 pages; 94 color photographs; 48 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-200-7; 1 pound; Item No. 42007; $65

Handbook of corn insects

Edited by Kevin L. Steffey, Marlin E. Rice, John All, David A. Andow, Michael E. Gray, and John W. Van Duyn

This handbook outlines fundamental approaches to corn insect pest management that can aid in reducing crop damage and loss. With contributions from 73 experts, it provides detailed descriptions of topics including insect identification, life-history data, and management options. This comprehensive guide includes discussions on corn ecology and physiology; corn insect pests, predators and parasitoids; and corn pest management procedures. (Published by the Entomological Society of America)*

1999; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 174 pages; ISBN 0-938522-76-0; 2 pounds; Item No. 22760; $59

Handbook of Turfgrass insect Pests

Edited by Rick L. Brandenburg and Michael G. Villani

--Turf Magazine

"...classy and comprehensive look at another aspect of the industry..."

This handbook covers fundamental pest management approaches that can prevent and control insect pest damage to turfgrass. It provides detailed descriptions of insects, injury, and specific pest management options. (Published by the Entomological Society of America)*

1995; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 140 pages; 60 color photos; 58 illustrations; ISBN 0-938522-52-3; (2 lbs.); Item No. 22523; $59

*ESA members are entitled to a 10% discount on Handbook of Corn Insects and Handbook of Turfgrass Insect Pests. ESA members must reference their ESA membership status when the order is placed to receive the discount.

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Handbook of Small Grain insects

Edited by G. David Buntin, Keith S. Pike, Michael J. Weiss, and James A. Webster "...an excellent source of valuable information for plant protection specialists and academic teachers. Therefore this book should be in each agricultural library."

--Journal of Plant Protection Research

Handbook of Small Grain Insects is a comprehensive text that examines the biology and management of arthropod pests and beneficial species of small grain crops. Fifty-eight entomologists from throughout North

America with expertise on specific pest groups have contributed to the book, thereby providing the most up-to-date information on pest biology and management available. The crops covered are wheat, barley, oats, rye, and triticale, with an emphasis on wheat. The insect and mite pests that attack small grains are organized in sections covering scientific classifications, origin and distribution, description (aids in identification), pest status (relative importance of the pest), injury (aids in diagnosis), life history, management, and natural enemies of these insect pests.

2007; 8.25" x 10.88" softcover; 120 pages; 174 photographs, maps, and identification keys; ISBN 978-0-9776209-1-3; 2 pounds; Item No. 20913; $59

Handbook of Forage and Rangeland insects

Edited by William O. Lamp, Richard C. Berberet, Leon G. Higley and Craig R. Baird "The volume will greatly benefit farmers, extension agents, pest control operators, and research scientists seeking an excellent reference on this subject."

-- CHOICE

Forage and rangeland crops harbor a wide variety of injurious and beneficial arthropods. Distinguishing the members of these two ecological groups is clearly important in the management of crop pests. The primary goal of this handbook is to help producers, land managers, consultants, extension personnel, researchers, teachers, and students to identify these arthropods and to utilize methods for the management of both beneficial and harmful species.

2007; 8.25" x 10.88" softcover; 188 pages; 254 photographs and maps; ISBN 0-9776209-0-5; 2 pounds; Item No. 20905; $59

Use and Management of insecticides, acaricides, and Transgenic crops

Edited by John N. All and Michael F. Treacy "...very comprehensive...without a doubt this book will be greatly useful to plant protection specialists all over the world and therefore should be present in all agricultural libraries."

-- Journal of Plant Protection Research

This comprehensive book examines agricultural pest management from all angles--magnifying practical field strategies for growers and their advisors, updating them on the latest protection techniques, and preventing needless crop loss as a result of outdated pest control procedures. Fundamental approaches to understanding and using insecticides, acaricides, and transgenic crops are presented. Numerous color photographs, diagrams, information-packed tables, glossary, and an index are included.

2006; 8.25" x 10.85" softcover; 160 pages; 40 color photographs; 52 figures; 0-938522-74-4; 2 pounds; Item No. 22744; $59

The books on this page are copublished by the Entomological Society of America and The American Phytopathological Society. ©Entomological Society of America. ESA members are entitled to a 10% discount on these three books and must reference their ESA membership status when the order is placed to receive the discount.

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s useful to growers and crop consultants as they are to researchers, these practical guidebooks offer convenient help in identifying, controlling, and preventing the diseases of major crop plants.

Each volume features:

Full-color photographs to help you quickly match symptoms with diseases · Descriptions of symptoms, causes, cycles, and control practices · Authoritative knowledge from leading plant scientists · Discussion of major pathogens, including bacteria, fungi, nematodes, and insects · Easy-to-read 8.5" x 11" softcover format

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Compendia with Companion Image CDs

compendium of Bean Diseases, Second edition

Edited by H. F. Schwartz, J. R. Steadman, R. Hall, and R. L. Forster

2005; 120 pages; 201 images; ISBN 0-89054-327-5; 2 pounds; Item No. 43275; $65

compendium of Onion and Garlic Diseases and Pests, Second edition

Edited by H. F. Schwartz and S. K. Mohan

2008; 136 pages; 250 color illustrations; 17 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-357-3; 2 pounds; Item No. 43573; $65

Bean Diseases image cD

ISBN 0-89054-328-3; 201 images; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43283; $59 Multi User Version: Item No. 43283M; $195

Onion and Garlic Diseases and Pests image cD

ISBN 978-0-89054-358-0; 277 images; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No 43580; $59 Multi User Version: Item No 43580M; $195

companion Set Book & cD*

Item No. 43283BKCDROM; 3 pounds

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companion Set Book & cD*

Item No. 43580BKCDROM; 2 pounds

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compendium of Brassica Diseases

Edited by S. R. Rimmer, V. I. Shattuck, and L. Buchwaldt

2007; 117 pages; 191 color images; 26 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-344-3; 1 pound; Item No. 43443; $65

compendium of Ornamental Palm Diseases and Disorders

Edited by M. L. Elliot, T. K. Broschat, J. Y. Uchida, and G. W. Simone

2004; 71 pages; 237 color images; 4 black and white images; ISBN 0-89054-314-3; 1 pound; Item No. 43143; $59

Brassica Diseases image cD

ISBN 978-0-89054-345-0; 191 images; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43450; $59 Multi User Version: Item No 43450M; $195

Ornamental Palm Diseases and Disorders image cD

ISBN 0-89054-315-1; 241 images; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43151; $59 Multi User Version: Item No. 43151M; $195

companion Set Book & cD*

Item No. 43450BKCDROM; 2 pounds

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companion Set Book & cD*

Item No.43151BKCDROM; 2 pounds

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"The books in The American Phytopathological Society Compendium Series seem to get better and better... Excellent quality and value"

--Plant Pathology

compendium of Rose Diseases and Pests, Second edition

By R. K. Horst and R. Cloyd

2007; 96 pages; 151 color photographs; 19 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-355-9; 1 pound; Item No. 43559; $65

compendium of apple and Pear Diseases

Edited by A. L. Jones and H. S. Aldwinckle

1990; 100 pages; 170 color images; 26 black and white images and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-109-4; 1 pound; Item No. 41094; $59

Rose Diseases and Pests image cD

ISBN 978-0-89054-356-6; 170 images; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43566; $59 Multi User Version: Item No. 43566M; $195

compendium of Barley Diseases, 2nd edition

Edited by D. E. Mathre

1997; 120 pages; 142 color images; 40 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-180-9; 1 pound; Item No. 41809; $59

companion Set Book & cD*

Item No. 43566BKCDROM; 2 pounds

*Companion CD is for personal use only.

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compendium of Blueberry and cranberry Diseases

Edited by F. L. Caruso and D. C. Ramsdell

1995; 87 pages; 193 color images; 73 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-173-6; 1 pound; Item No. 41736; $59

compendium of Turfgrass Diseases, Third edition

By R. W. Smiley, P. H. Dernoeden, and B. B. Clarke

2005; 167 pages; 298 color illustrations; 41 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-330-5; 2 pounds; Item No. 43305; $65

compendium of chrysanthemum Diseases

Edited by R. K. Horst and P. E. Nelson

1997; 88 pages; 58 color images; 40 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-177-9; 1 pound; Item No. 41779; $59

Turfgrass Diseases image cD

ISBN 978-0-89054-332-0; 339 images; 1 pound

Single User Version: Item No. 43321; $69 Multi User Version: Item No. 43321M; $195

companion Set Book & cD*

Item No. 43321BKCDROM; 2 pounds

*Companion CD is for personal use only.

compendium of citrus Diseases, Second edition

Edited by L. W. Timmer, S. M. Garnsey, and J. H. Graham

2000; 128 pages; 207 color images; 31 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-248-1; 1 pound; Item No. 42481; $59

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compendium of conifer Diseases

Edited by Everett M. Hansen and Katherine J. Lewis

1997; 128 pages; 172 color images; 17 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-183-8; 1 pound; Item No. 41833; $59

compendium of lettuce Diseases

By R. M. Davis, K. V. Subbarao, R. N. Raid, and E A. Kurtz

1997; 104 pages; 104 color images; 9 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-186-9; 1 pound; Item No. 41868; $59

compendium of corn Diseases, Third edition

Edited by D. G. White

1999; 128 pages; 177 color images, Nutrient Deficiency Symptoms color guide; 21 black and white images; ISBN 978-0-89054-234-7; 1 pound; Item No. 42341; $59

compendium of nut crop Diseases in Temperate Zones

Edited by B. L. Teviotdale, T. J. Michailides, and J. W. Pscheidt

2002; 123 pages; 189 color images; 22 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-284-2; 1 pound; Item No. 42848; $59

compendium of cotton Diseases, Second edition

Edited by T. L. Kirkpatrick and C. S. Rothrock

2001; 104 pages; 115 color images; 32 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-279-8; 1 pound; Item No. 42791; $59

compendium of Ornamental Foliage Plant Diseases

By A. R. Chase

1987; 114 pages; 133 color photographs; 65 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-077-2; 1 pound; Item No. 40772; $59

compendium of cucurbit Diseases

Edited by T. A. Zitter, D. L. Hopkins, and C. E. Thomas

1996; 87 pages; 172 color images; 17 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-207-1; 1 pound; Item No. 42074; $59

compendium of Pea Diseases and Pests, Second edition

Edited by J. M. Kraft and F. L. Pfleger

2001; 90 pages; 107 color photographs; 14 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-269-9; 1 pound; Item No. 42694; $59

compendium of Flowering Potted Plant Diseases

By M. L. Daughtrey, R. L. Wick, and J. L. Peterson

1995; 90 pages; 248 color images; 60 black and white images and illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-202-6; 1 pound; Item No. 42023; $59

compendium of Peanut Diseases, Second edition

Edited by N. Kokalis-Burelle, D. M. Porter, R. Rodríguez-Kábana, D. H. Smith, and P. Subrahmanyam

1997; 94 pages; 198 color photographs; 81 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-218-7; 1 pound; Item No. 4218X; $59

compendium of Grape Diseases

Edited by R. C. Pearson and A. C. Goheen

1988; 121 pages; 188 color images; 30 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-088-6; 1 pound; Item No. 40888; $59

compendium of Pepper Diseases

Edited by Kenneth L. Pernezny, Pamela D. Roberts, John F. Murphy, and Natalie P. Goldberg

2003; 88 pages; 122 color illustrations; 6 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-300-9; 1 pound; Item No. 43003; $59

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compendium of Potato Diseases, Second edition

Edited by W. R. Stevenson, R. Loria, Gary D. Franc, and D. P. Weingartner

2001; 144 pages; 193 color photographs; 83 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-275-0; 1 pound; Item No. 42759; $59

compendium of Stone Fruit Diseases

Edited by J. M. Ogawa, E. I. Zehr, G. W. Bird, D. F. Ritchie, K. Uriu, and J. K. Uyemoto

1995; 122 pages; 168 color photographs; 14 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-174-6; 1 pound; Item No. 41744; $59

compendium of Raspberry and Blackberry Diseases and insects

Edited by M. A. Ellis, R. H. Converse, R. N. Williams, and B. Williamson

1991; 122 pages; 140 color photographs; ISBN 978-0-89054-121-0; 1 pound; Item No. 41213; $59

compendium of Strawberry Diseases, Second edition

Edited by John L. Maas

1998; 128 pages; 175 color photographs; 90 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-194-4; 1 pound; Item No. 41949; $59

compendium of Rhododendron and azalea Diseases

Edited by D. L. Coyier and M. K. Roane

1986; 77 pages; 80 color photographs; 12 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-089054-075-6; 1 pound; Item No. 40756; $59

compendium of Sweet Potato Diseases

By C. A. Clark and J. W. Moyer

1988; 75 pages; 74 color photographs; 53 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-089-3; 1 pound; Item No. 40896; $59

compendium of Rice Diseases

Edited by R. K. Webster and P. S. Gunnell

1992; 86 pages; 138 color photographs; ISBN 978-0-89054-126-5; 1 pound; Item No. 41264; $59

compendium of Tobacco Diseases

Edited by H. D. Shew and G. B. Lucas

1991; 90 pages; 145 color photographs; 38 figures; ISBN 978-0-89054-117-3; 1 pound; Item No. 41175; $55

compendium of Sorghum Diseases, Second edition

Edited by R. A. Frederiksen and G. N. Odvody

2000; 128 pages; 207 color photographs; 31 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-240-8; 1 pound; Item No. 42406; $59

compendium of Tomato Diseases

Edited by J. B. Jones, J. P. Jones, R. E. Stall, and T. A. Zitter

1991; 100 pages; 157 color photographs ISBN 978-0-89054-120-3; 1 pound; Item No. 41205; $59

compendium of Soybean Diseases, Fourth edition

Edited by G. L. Hartman, J. B. Sinclair, and J. C. Rupe

1999; 128 pages; 136 color photographs; 54 black and white illustrations; ISBN 978-0-89054-238-5; 1 pound; Item No. 42384; $59

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compendium of Tropical Fruit Diseases

Edited by R. C. Ploetz, G. A. Zentmyer, W. T. Nishijima, K. G. Rohrbach, and H. D. Ohr

1994; 118 pages; 192 color photographs; 18 black and white figures; ISBN 978-0-89054-162-3; 1 pound; Item No. 41620; $59

compendium of Umbelliferous crop Diseases

Edited by R. M. Davis and R. N. Raid

2002; 102 pages; 136 color photographs; 16 black and white illustrations andphotographs; ISBN 978-0-89054-287-3; 1 pound; Item No. 42872; $59

COMPENDIUM OF PLANT DISEASE SERIES, SPANISH EDITIONS

Compendium of Apple and Pear Diseases, Spanish Edition Compendium of Flowering Potted Plant Diseases, Spanish Edition

Plagas y enfermedades del manzano y del peral

ISBN 978-848476-0603; 2 pounds; Item No. 6060X; $69

Plagas y enfermedades de las plantas en maceta con flores

ISBN 978-84-7114-950-3; 2 pounds; Item No. 49508SP; $69

Compendium of Citrus Diseases, 2nd Ed., Spanish Edition

Plagas y enfermedades de los cítricos, Segunda edicion

ISBN 978-84-8476-027-6; 2 pounds; Item No. 60278; $69

Compendium of Conifer Diseases, Spanish Edition

Compendium of Grape Diseases, Spanish Edition

Plagas y enfermedades de la vid

ISBN 978-84-7114-607-6; 2 pounds; Item No. 4607XSP; $69

Plagas y enfermedades de las coniferas

ISBN 978-84-8476-067-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 60677SP; $69

Compendium of Lettuce Diseases, Spanish Edition

Plagas y enfermedades de la lechuga

ISBN 978-84-8476-051-1; 2 pounds; Item No. 60510SP; $69

Compendium of Corn Diseases, Spanish Edition

Plagyas y enfermedades del maize

ISBN 978-84-8476-1624; 2 pounds; Item No. 61622; $69

Compendium of Stone Fruit Diseases, Spanish Edition

Plagas y enfermedades de los frutales de hueso

ISBN 978-84-7114-917-6; 2 pounds; Item No. 49176SP; $69

Compendium of Cucurbit Diseases, Spanish Edition

Plagas y enfermedades de las cucurbitaceas

ISBN 978-84-8476-161-7; 2 pounds; Item No. 61614; $69

Nuevo Dicconario Ilustrado de Micología

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System Requirements: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows NT, Vista, and Windows 7 *Multi User Version is limited to a single facility and may not be networked.

hese versatile CDs serve as disease diagnostic and teaching tools and include images of infectious diseases caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses, phytoplasmas, and nematodes and noninfectious diseases caused by physiological disorders, nutrient deficiencies, herbicide injuries, and more. Search for images by host plant, pathogen, disease name, and a number of key words. Use the slide show feature to develop personalized presentations for lectures, seminars, and exhibits. Disease images may be magnified, printed, and exported. The authorities for scientific names of ALL fungal and bacterial pathogens are included for each CD. Easily add to PowerPointTM Presentations! Simply save images to your computer desktop and paste into your PowerPointTM presentation.

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Diseases of cereal Grains image cD

2001; 712 color images; ISBN 0-89054-266-X; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 4266X; $79 Multi User Version: Item No. 4266XM; $295

Diseases of Orchard Fruit and nut crops image cD

2002; 500 color images; ISBN 0-89054-294-5; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 42945; $79 Multi User Version: Item No. 42945M; $295

Diseases of legumes image cD

2001; 786 color images; ISBN 0-89054-265-1; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 42651; $79 Multi User Version: Item No. 42651M; $295

Diseases of Root and Tuber crops image cD

2002; 777 color images; ISBN 0-89054-289-9; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 42899; $79 Multi User Version: Item No. 42899M; $295

Diseases of Tropical Fruits, citrus, and Sugarcane image cD

2001; 550 color images; ISBN 0-89054-272-4; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 42724; $79 Multi User Version: Item No. 42724M: $295

Fundamental Fungi

image collection & Teaching Resource cD

2002; 400 color images; ISBN 0-89054-295-3; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 42953; $99 Multi User Version: Item No. 42953M; $295

Diseases of Woody Ornamentals and Trees image cD

2003; 716 color images; ISBN 0-89054-307-0; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 43070; $79 Multi User Version: Item No. 43070M; $295

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Principles of Plant Virology

Genome, Pathogenicity, Virus ecology

By S. Astier, J. Albouy, Y. Maury, C. Robaglia, and H. Lecoq

Principles of Plant Virology: Genome, Pathogenicity, Virus Ecology presents the specific collaborations and the defensive and counter-defensive interactions that govern the virus intercellular cycle and plant infection. It describes the relationship between the virus and the agroenvironment and presents recent developments in diagnosis and control methods. It also provides detailed information on plant virus evolution and taxonomy.

2007; 6.25" x 9.5" softcover; 472 pages; 3 pounds; Item No. 85033; $75

Tobacco Mosaic Virus

One Hundred Years of contributions to Virology

Edited by Karen-Beth G. Scholthof, John G. Shaw, and Milton Zaitlin "The editors, Karen-Beth Scholthof, John Shaw, and Milton Zaitlin, have assembled a distinctive contribution to the history of virology."

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1999; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 264 pages; 60 black and white photographs; ISBN 0-89054-236-8; 3 pounds; Item No. 42368; $53

Viruses and Virus Diseases of Poaceae (Gramineae)

Edited by Hervé Lapierre and Pierre A. Signoret "Provides a comprehensive review and annotation of virus diseases affecting grasses."

--Dr. Barry Jacobsen, Professor, Montana State University

This extensive 857-page book is significant because it is the definitive resource on viruses that infect the plant species that make up the most important food crops in the world. Poaceae (Gramineae) include barley, maize, rice, rye, sorghum, sugarcane, triticale, wheat, forage, ornamental, and lawn.

2004; softcover; 857 pages; 32 color pages; 240 black and white photos and figures; 45 tables; 4 pounds; Item No. 10889; $159

Plant Virus Disease control

Edited by A. Hadidi, R. K. Khetarpal, and H. Koganezawa "...fills a long-standing gap in our libraries...I fully recommend this unique and excellent resource for everybody involved in, or interested in, plant viruses and their diseases."

--Trends in Plant Science

1998; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 704 pages; 35 black and white illustrations; 28 black and white photographs; ISBN 0-89054-191-4; (5 pounds); Item No. 41914; $109

Virus and Viruslike Diseases of Pome Fruits and Simulating noninfectious Disorders

Edited By Paul R. Fridlund This book comprises research and information found on virus diseases that affect apple, pear, and quince fruits. It includes descriptions and characteristics of diseases, viruslike diseases, and noninfectious problems (air pollution injury, genetic disorders, herbicide damage, and nutritional disorders).

1989; 6" x 9" spiral bound; 336 pages; 121 color photos and 51 black and white photos; 2 pounds; Item No. SP0003; $38

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Plant nematodes of agricultural importance

a color Handbook

By John Bridge and James L. Starr

This comprehensive color handbook is about soil and plant nematodes that are parasitic to crop plants. In order to diagnose these damaging nematodes, associating them with crop damage is dependent on determining the symptoms of their effects on plants or plant growth. These microscopic soil and plant nematodes are generally not visible to the naked eye. Symptoms seen above ground are poor growth and yield of the plants, but the specific nematode can be seen only by examining the plant organs including the roots, rhizomes, bulbs, corns, and tubers. The book aims to help people working with these crops to identify and improve the diagnosis of nematodes of agricultural importance. Each nematode is described, and specific information is provided on its distribution, symptoms and diagnosis, damage and economic importance, management, and identification. An introductory chapter on biology and parasitism provides an excellent primer on the varying types of parasitic nematodes and their mechanisms for attacking crops.

2007; 7.7" x 10.3"; hardcover; 152 pages; 212 color photographs; 2 pounds; Item No. 36734; $65.95

Pratylenchus (nematoda: Pratylenchidea)

By Pablo Castillo and Nicola Vovlas

Diagnosis, Biology, Pathogenicity and Management

Root-lesion nematodes of the genus Pratylenchus are recognized worldwide as one of the major constraints of crops of primary economic importance. Pratylenchus spp. comprise approximately 70 nominal species of worldwide distribution that parasitize a wide variety of plants. This extensive diagnostic reference consists of 10 chapters presenting summarized and specialized information demonstrating the importance of the Pratylenchus species in agricultural crops and their world distribution.

2007; softcover; 530 pages; 119 black and white figures; 3 pounds; Item No. 55640; $233

entomopathogenic nematodes

By K. Nguyen and D. J. Hunt

Systematics, Phylogeny and Bacterial Symbionts

"This book is a must-have for all those who want to describe new species of either Steinernema or Heterorhabditis...The book provides monumental information to help identify these entomopathogenic nematodes and use them as biocontrol agents."

--International Journal of Nematology

Entomopathogenic Nematodes: Systematics, Phylogeny and Bacterial Symbionts deals with morphology, taxonomy, and systematics of entomopathogenic nematodes (EPN) in the families Steinernematidae and Heterorhabditidae and bacteria associated with these nematodes.

2007; softcover; 816 pages; 256 figures; 75 tables; 6 pounds; Item No. 52939; $233

Diagnosing Plant Diseases caused by nematodes

By Malcolm C. Shurtleff and Charles W. Averre III "For those who need to diagnose plant problems caused by nematodes, this book provizdes in one concise reference the methods, procedures, and descriptions they are likely to need."

--University of Georgia, Nematology Newsletter

2000; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 189 pages; 38 color photographs; 83 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-254-6; 2 pounds; Item No. 42546; $79

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Perennial Reference Guide

By Karleen Shafer and Nicole Lloyd

Perennial Reference Guide is an all-inclusive source for designing with perennials. The authors have put creative and practical lists together to help establish sustainable landscapes. It provides selections as guidelines for design, site preparation, and landscape uses. These lists provide information for selecting plants for deer resistance, juglone tolerance, architectural accent, drought tolerance, quick color selection, foliage color choices, flower forms, companion plants, erosion control, garden themes, and many more. This reference book is a practical tool for landscape designers, architects, contractors, consultants, students, and garden enthusiasts.

2007; 5.5" x 8.5" spiral bound; 346 pages; 2 pounds; Item No. 46825; $25

Diseases of annuals and Perennials

a Ball Guide: identification and control

By A. R. Chase, Margery L. Daughtrey, and Gary W. Simone

This in-depth book on annual and perennial diseases emphasizes identification of problems with more than 490 fullcolor photos. The book presents real-life examples of foliar diseases, root and stem diseases, virus and mycoplasma diseases, and other problems that mimic diseases. Eleven reference tables provide succinct information, including nonchemical control methods for diseases, scientific and common names for 166 annuals and perennials, and a guide to plants most susceptible to foliar disease, root and stem disease, and mycoplasma diseases.

1995; 5.7" x 8.9" softcover; 208 pages; 1 pound; Item No. 52089; $54

Ball Field Guide to Diseases of Greenhouse Ornamentals

By Margery L. Daughtrey and A. R. Chase

This guide is designed to help greenhouse growers with the challenge of correctly identifying problems that develop in greenhouse foliage and flower crops. 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.

1992; 3.6" x 8.6" softcover; 224 pages; 1 pound; Item No. 79636; $59

Managing Diseases in Greenhouse crops

By William R. Jarvis "A practical state-of-the-art overview of integrated disease management. . . I highly recommend this book to anyone growing plants in greenhouses."

--IPM Practitioner

This resource is a guide to controlling diseases and disorders through proper management of structure, equipment, environment, and procedures.

1992; 6" x 9" hardcover; 288 pages; 27 color photographs; 41 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-122-1; 2 pounds; Item No. 41221; $89

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Diseases of Woody Ornamentals and Trees in nurseries

"This book is unique in respect to a great number of ornamental plants treated and extremely valuable information concerning diagnosis and control of all kinds of diseases that may occur in nurseries."

--Journal of Plant Protection Research

Use the expert guidance in this manual to maintain and grow healthy nursery plant stock. Coverage includes diagnosis and control of more than 65 ornamental crops (shrubs, ground covers, and shade trees) grown in nurseries throughout the United States. A summary of timely control measures is given for each disease that provide an in-depth guide to integrated disease management including cultural control, sanitation, resistance, fungicides, and bactericides as well as information on control of various pathogen groups. Readers are helped further by 160 color plates illustrating disease symptoms, tissue culture techniques to eliminate pathogens from propagation stock, a state-by-state list of disease occurrences to make you aware of local problems, and an explanation of the role of plant diagnostic clinics in assisting nurseries in disease diagnosis.

2001; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 516 pages; 160 color photographs; ISBN 0-89054-264-3; 4 pounds; Item No. 42643; $89

Shade Tree Wilt Diseases

Edited by Cynthia L. Ash "...a generally heartbreaking collection of papers which flow so well as to tell a story...students and others involved in higher education and/or research would find `Shade Tree Wilt Diseases' informative and interesting."

--E-Streams

Extensive coverage of oak wilt and Dutch elm disease is provided, as well as information on other important diseases associated with the vascular tissue of woody plants including Verticillium wilt, bacterial leaf scorch, pine wilt, watermark disease, and yellows disease. To make identification easier, common symptoms are presented in 36 color photographs. Hard-to-find information on less common wilt diseases is also available. A chapter examining anatomy and physiology provides an overview for understanding wilt diseases.

2001; 6" x 9" softcover; 265 pages; 36 color photographs; 81 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-277-5; 2 pounds; Item No. 42775; $79

Turfgrass Patch Diseases

Edited by Bruce B. Clarke and Ann B. Gould "Required reading for all turf pathologists."

--New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research

caused by ectotrophic Root-infecting Fungi

This book presents information on the biology, taxonomy, epidemiology, and detection of these fungi, as well as management strategies for destructive patch diseases.

1993; 6" x 9" softcover; 161 pages; 70 color photographs; 6 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-154-X; 1 pound; Item No. 4154X; $39

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Diseases and Pests of Sugarbeet DVD, Volume 2

Edited by Prof. Dr. Joseph-Alexander Verreet and Dr. Holger Klink

This DVD uses three-dimensional computer animations and commentaries to depict the complete life cycles of pathogens as well as means of control. 2.1 Rhizomania (12:00 min) The film illustrates the life-cycle of the virus vector P. betae, thus leading to a better understanding of the development of rhizomania and, consequently, means of controlling it. Information on new high-yield rhizomania-resistant varieties of sugarbeet is presented. 2.2 Root Rot ­ Biologic Strategies of Root-Rotting Pathogens (9:50 min) The various biologic strategies are illustrated in detail, followed by sequences focusing on agronomic disease management methods, including plant resistance.

2006; DVD; 2 videos; ISBN 0-89054-340-2; 1 pound; Item No. 43402; $199

Diseases and Pests of Sugarbeet DVD, Volume 1

Edited by Prof. Dr. Joseph-Alexander Verreet and Dr. Holger Klink

1.1 Cercospora beticola & Ramularia beticola (9:15 min) The disease cycles of these pathogenic fungi are illustrated in photo-like 3D animations and real-image video sequences. Particularly, the modes of infection as well as pathogen spread are shown. The use of epidemiological threshold values as a decision-making aid for the selective application of fungicides is explained. 1.2 The Beet Cyst Nematode Heterodera schachtii (12:30 min) This movie depicts the complete life cycle of this pathogen - from the hatching of juveniles, infection of sugarbeet roots, and induction of feeding cell systems (syncytia) to the development of adult males and females, followed by fertilization and cyst formation.

2004; DVD; 2 videos; ISBN 0-89054-325-9; 1 pound; Item No. 43259; $199 Diseases and Pests of Sugarbeet DVD Volume 1 & 2 presents each digital movie in 21 languages: English, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.

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Dutch elm Disease and the american elm

The Risks and Benefits of Monoculture DVD

By Darin M. Eastburn, Cleora J. D'Arcy, and Lisa A. McKee

This educational video is the perfect supplement to classes teaching the history and biology of Dutch elm disease, a major epidemic in the United States from the 1930s through the 1960s that is still killing thousands of American elms today.

2000; DVD; 35 minutes; ISBN 0-89054-338-0; 1 pound; Item No. 43380; $89

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The Biology of Fungal Pathogens Video Series

Fungal Pathogens and Diseases of cereals

Edited by Prof. Dr. Joseph-Alexander Verreet and Dr. Holger Klink

Vol. 4

There are two video segments in Volume 4: 4.1 eyespot Disease of Small Grains

(13:00 minutes)

Vol. 3

4.2 Bunt and Smut Diseases of cereals

(10:00 minutes)

There is one video segment in Volume 3: 3.1 Barley leaf Spots Fungal Disease or Stress Response?

(14:00 minutes)

DVD: 2006; BILINGUAL (English/German); ISBN 0-89054-350-X; 1 pound; Item No. 43504; $199

DVD: 2004; DVD; BILINGUAL (English/ German); ISBN 0-89054-326-7; 1 pound; Item No. 43267; $199

There are two video segments in Volume 2: 2.1 leaf Rust and Other Rusts of cereals

(15:30 minutes) Vol. 2

2.2 Fusarium Diseases of Wheat (10:50 minutes)

1.1 Septoria Blotch of Wheat (8:30 minutes) 1.2 Tan Spot of Wheat and Vol. 1 net Blotch of Barley

(8:30 minutes)

There are three video segments in Volume 1:

DVD: 2003; ISBN 0-89054-305-4; 1 pound; Item No. 43054; $199 VHS: 2003; 2 videotapes; ISBN 0-89054-306-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 43062; ON SALE $33 (Regular price $99)

1.3 Powdery Mildew

(10:50 minutes)

DVD: 2002; ISBN 0-89054-292-9; 1 pound; Item No. 42929; $199 VHS: 2002; 3 videotapes; ISBN 0-89054-293-7; 2 pounds; Item No. 42937; ON SALE $33 (Regular price $99)

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The Western corn Rootworm

Diabrotica virgifera virgifera DVD Video (14:30 minutes)

Written and directed by Dr. Rolf P. Stumm Edited by Ulrich Kuhlmann, Joachim Moeser, and Stefan Vidal

In economic terms, one of the most important pests of maize is the western corn rootworm Diabrotica virgifera virgifera, a native of Central America. In the Corn Belt of the USA, it has caused severe yield losses for decades. Now it is also spreading in Europe. In a combination of fascinating macro sequences and 3D animations, this educational film impressively illustrates the life cycle of this pest. The overwintering eggs start to hatch into larvae in late spring at about the time that the maize crop is in the 4- to 6- leaf stage of development. The larvae feed for 3­4 weeks on maize roots, during which time they pass through three instar stages. At maturity, the third larval instars turn into pupae, which are inactive for a week or two. The pupae then turn into adult beetles, which emerge from the soil about the time the maize begins to flower. The adult beetles feed on maize foliage, pollen, and silks. They can be active for up to 12 weeks, during which time they feed, mate, and deposit their eggs. Languages available on this DVD are English, Bosnian, Croatian, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Romanian, Russian, and Slovak.

2005; DVD; ISBN 0-89254-331-3; 1 pound; Item No. 43313; $199

Winner of the 21st International Film Festival AGROFILM "MAGNA MATER"

air Pollution, People, and Plants

By Sagar V. Krupa "...presents a balanced view of the state of pollution research and global pollution today."

--Economic Botany

1997; 6" x 9" hardcover; 206 pages; 27 color photographs; 31 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-175-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 41752; $55

exercises in Plant Disease epidemiology

Edited by Leonard J. Francl and Deborah A. Neher "...provides a much needed source of student exercises on the epidemiology of plant diseases which can also function as a reference book for other population biology studies."

--Biological Agriculture and Horticulture

1997; 8.5" x 11" spiral-bound; 242 pages; 67 black and white illustrations; also includes 4 diskettes; ISBN 0-89054-224-4; 2 pounds; Item No. 42244; $89

Plant Diseases Their Biology and Social impact

By Gail L. Schumann

For use in general biology and introductory plant pathology courses, this textbook teaches basic plant and microbial biology while explaining phytopathology and its cultural relevance.

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1991; 6" x 9" hardcover; 407 pages; 271 photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-116-7; 2 pounds; Item No. 41167; $52

late Blight and the irish Potato Famine DVD

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

Designed for college and advanced high school students, this 25-minute video is a useful supplement for instructors who wish to demonstrate the social and economic impact wrought by this destructive disease more than 150 years ago.

1996; DVD; 25 minutes; ISBN 0-89054-337-2; 1 pound; Item No. 43372; $89

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The aphid

a Virus Vector DVD (13 minutes)

Edited by Prof. Dr. Urs Wyss, Dr. Gunnar Mölck, and Dr. Gert Petersen

In a combination of fascinating macro sequences and 3D animations, this educational film impressively illustrates the life cycle of aphids, their behavior on winter and summer hosts, and their feeding habits. The different behavior patterns during feeding probes and prolonged feeding, which influence the mode of virus transmission (non-persistent, persistent), are presented in clear, lucidly explained video sequences. A helpful insert listing additional references on the interactions between plant viruses and their aphid vectors during the process of virus transmission is included.

2008; ISBN 978-0-8954-373-3; 1 pound; Item No. 43733; $199

Population Genetics of Plant Pathogens cD

By Bruce A. McDonald

In this menu-driven course, clear explanations are provided for the five evolutionary forces (mutation, genetic drift, gene flow, reproduction system, and selection) and many examples are presented illustrating how these forces operate alone and in combination to determine the genetic structure of populations of plant pathogens.

2004; CD compatible with MAC and PC; 1 pound; ISBN 0-89054-321-6 Single User Version: Item No. 43216; $58 Single User 5-PACK Version: Item No. 43216PK5; $150

a Story of Plant Pathology

Past to Present cD

A Story of Plant Pathology: Past to Present CD is a colorfully illustrated story describing the origin, relevance, and science of plant pathology. The story unfolds as told by Anton deBary, the father of plant pathology. This presentation is voice narrated in either English or Spanish. The CD includes student worksheets, answer sheets, a teacher's guide, and an answer key for classroom or kiosk displays.

2008; CD compatible with Mac or PC; 1 pound; Item No. PPSCD; $17

APS's big gig is headed to Nashville

There's something special on the playlist in Nashville this summer! Plant pathology's most talented players and rising stars will come together august 7-11, 2010, to cover hot topics in a variety of formats, including special sessions, technical sessions, and posters. Visit http://meeting.apsnet.org for details.

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introduction to Fungi, Third edition

By John Webster and Roland W. S. Weber "I can only wish this book, written by an eminent teacher of mycology, a very wide distribution."

--Nova Hedwigia

"... highly recommended."

--Mycological Research

Introduction to Fungi, Third Edition has been completely rewritten, drawing directly on the authors' research and teaching experience. The text takes account of the rapid and exciting progress that has been made in the taxonomy, cell and molecular biology, biochemistry, pathology, and ecology of the fungi. The book is richly illustrated throughout with specially prepared drawings and photographs, based on living material. Illustrated life cycles are provided, and technical terms are clearly explained. Extensive reference is made to recent literature and developments. This comprehensive textbook is suitable from students and researchers in biology, mycology, microbiology, horticulture, agriculture, plant pathology, medicine, and biotechnology.

2007; 7.5" x 9.75" softcover; 841 pages; 326 line figures; 149 halftones; 12 plates; 28 tables; 5 pounds; Item No. 14830; $89

Fungal Pathogenesis in Plants and crops

By P. Vidhyasekaran

Molecular Biology and Host Defense Mechanisms, Second edition

Completely revised and expanded, Fungal Pathogenesis in Plants and Crops: Molecular Biology and Host Defense Mechanisms, Second Edition offers fresh insight into the interplay of signaling systems in plant and pathogen interactions. The book delineates the battle between plant and fungal pathogen and the complex signaling systems involved. It includes chapters on the role of disease resistance genes in signal perception and emission as well as cell death signaling in disease susceptibility and resistance. Revised material on phytoalexins, toxins, and signal perception and transduction in fungal pathogenesis and the addition of 17 families of pathogenesis-related proteins and antifungal proteins round out this mainstay resource.

2007; 7" x 10" hardcover; 509 pages; 4 pounds; Item No. 98674; $175.95

compendium of Soil Fungi, Second edition

By Klaus H. Domsch, Walter Gams, and Traute-Heidi Anderson Second Edition, taxonomically revised by Walter Gams

This book is a unique compilation of the widely spread literature on the most ommon soil fungi in both temperate and tropical regions, many of which are of industrial, phytopathological, and medical importance. It includes short monographs on about 400 species, providing an exhaustive treatment of the ecology, taxonomy and physiology of individual species. The data for these have been derived from over 7,500 publications, which are cited in the extensive reference list.

2007; 8.5" x 12" hardcover; 672 pages; 7 pounds; Item No. 67692; $259

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By John F. Leslie and Brett A. Summerell

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The Fusarium laboratory Manual

"The Fusarium Laboratory Manual is a milestone in the study of the genus Fusarium and will help bridge the gap between morphological and phylogenetic taxonomy. It will be used by everybody dealing with Fusarium in the Third Millennium."

--W. F. O. Marasas, Medical Research Council, South Africa

The Fusarium Laboratory Manual provides an overview of the biology of Fusarium and the techniques involved in the isolation, identification, and characterization of individual species and the populations in which they occur. It is the first time that genetic, morphological, and molecular approaches have been incorporated into a volume devoted to Fusarium identification. This spiral-bound book is designed as a laboratory manual and a guide to techniques and species likely to be encountered. This manual includes descriptions of 70 species, both new and old; practical "how-to" protocols for genetic, morphological, and molecular identification techniques; recipes for many commonly used media; techniques that will work for common field and molecular applications; references and a complete index. Each species description includes a diagram of sexual stages; common synonyms; reported geographic and host distribution; media to examine and key characters; and taxonomy, pathology, and ecology.

2006; 8.5" x 11" spiral-bound softcover; 400 pages; 88 illustrations; 3 pounds; Item No. 19198; $135

The identification of Fungi

By Frank M. Dugan

an illustrated introduction with Keys, Glossary, and Guide to literature

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"...strongly recommend this book to all specialists working with plant pathogenic fungi and consider that it should be in all agricultural and biological science libraries."

-- Journal of Plant Protection Research

"...well organized and easy-to-read book, useful for people who are just starting to learn and get interested in fungi and for mycology teachers...the guide to literature related to fungal biology/ecology and each fungal taxonomic group makes this book also useful for more advanced mycologists."

--Inoculum

This comprehensive manual gives readers the skills to identify fungi. It covers all groups of fungi and fungus-like organisms and includes over 500 diagrams and line drawings. Descriptions of major groups (phylogenetic and artificial), simplified keys to family, and an illustrated glossary enable placement of common fungi into the appropriate taxonomic category. Text and glossary are coordinated to introduce fundamentals of mycological terminology. Over 30 pages of references are provided for literature on identification of cultures and specimens, and references are also given for contemporary phylogenetic research on each major taxonomic group. The manual is ideal for graduate or undergraduate students and will be a useful resource for general mycology courses. It will also serve as an excellent ancillary reference for courses in plant pathology, medical mycology, or microbiology. Technicians, extension agents, clinicians, air quality specialists, microbiologists, or any others needing a comprehensive introduction will also find this manual a useful addition to their bookshelves. contents

Introduction; Characters of the major groups: "Lower" fungi; Zygomycota; Ascomycota (ascomycetes); Basidiomycota (basidiomycetes); Deuteromycetes (mitosporic fungi); Life cycles; Hosts, substrata and environments; Illustrated glossary of fungal structures; Publishers and distributors of mycological literature; Literature cited; Index

2006; 8.5" x 11" spiral-bound softcover; 184 pages; 520 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-336-4; 2 pounds; Item No. 43364; $65

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Mycology Vol. 1

Mycology Vol. 2

lower Fungi and Fungus-like Organisms DVD

Higher Fungi DVD

Edited by John Webster with Roland W. S. Weber "I think this will be of great interest to those who teach plant pathology, mycology, and biology. For a teacher, it is very flexible in switching back and forth between clear drawings and real life images and video. Even in the video, you have the option to jump back and forth between sections allowing you to control how much class time you use to show something to your students."

--Professor Emerita Rose Gergerich, Former Editor-in-Chief, APS PRESS

APS PRESS is proud to offer this revised edition of John Webster's original masterpiece. This much-anticipated revised and updated DVD set includes hundreds of fascinating video sequences and images! Mycology Vol. 1 shows representative examples of the "Lower Fungi" (Chytridiomycota and Zygomycota). Also included are several intriguing groups of organisms such as slime molds, the Oomycota, and plasmodiophorids, which are not taxonomically related to the fungi but are nonetheless widely studied by mycologists. Mycology Vol 1. contains about 160 film scenes illustrating the structure, development, and reproduction of lower fungi and fungus-like organisms. The video clips are supplemented with still images that show organization forms as well as plant disease symptoms caused by pathogenic fungi. The film sequences include spoken narrative describing the activity on the screen. Mycology Vol. 2 includes typical representatives of the two divisions of the "Higher Fungi" ­ the Ascomycota and Basidiomycota. The video clips, painstakingly prepared and including many spectacular time-lapse sequences, demonstrate the timeless beauty and fascination of these organisms. A well-structured menu facilitates easy access to all sequences and images at the click of a button. This DVD may also be used with a bar code scanner to facilitate stand-alone student assignments for specific modules on a lab PC. Instructors will enjoy the fast direct access to all menus and modules on this DVD.

Technical data: DVD, color; System Requirements: Standard Multimedia PC with Windows 2000/XP, DirectX 7 or higher, DVD drive, Pentium III 500 MHz, at least 128 MB RAM Volume 1: 2006; ISBN 978-3-88222-085-8; 1 pound; Item No. 20858; $139 Volume 2: 2007; ISBN 978-3-88222-086-5; 1 pound; Item No 20865; $139

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By H. L. Barnett and Barry B. Hunter

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illustrated Genera of imperfect Fungi, Fourth edition

"Thumbs up! Now we can stop hunting through used bookstores for replacement copies!"

--Plant Diagnostics Quarterly

This is an update of the classic reference that mycologists and others interested in imperfect fungi have relied upon for decades. Its practical use in the identification of imperfect fungi makes it an essential tool. Partial contents

Introduction; Major Groupings of Imperfect Fungi and Their Importance in the Biosphere; Cytological and Morphological Features of Imperfect Fungi; Factors Affecting Growth and Sporulation of Imperfect Fungi; Part I. Physiology; Part II. Taxonomy and Identification; References; Glossary; Index to Genera

1998; 8.5" x 11" spiral-bound; 240 pages; 24 black and white photographs; 69 illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-192-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 41922; $48

illustrated Genera of Rust Fungi, Third edition

By George B. Cummins and Yasuyuki Hiratsuka "...an excellent monograph...without any doubt this book will be welcomed by plant pathologists and mycologists all over the world and should be present in all botanical and agricultural libraries."

--Journal of Plant Protection Research

Partial contents

Introduction: What are the rust fungi?; Relationship of rust fungi to other groups of fungi; Phylogeny of the rust fungi; Economic importance of the rust fungi; Symptoms caused by rust fungi; Host­rust relationship; Collection, identification, and preservation of rust fungi; Literature cited; Morphology, Life Cycles, and Cytology of Rust Fungi: Definitions and morphology of spore states: Spermogonium; Aecium; Uredinium; Telium; Basidium. Spore morphology: Surface sculpture of spores; Germ pores. Hyphae and haustoria; Life cycle variations; Abnormal life cycles; The concept of correlated species and Tranzschel's Law; Cytology and nuclear cycles; Literature cited; Classification of Rust Fungi: Families of rust fungi: Key to families; Descriptions of families. Literature cited; Anamorph Genera of Rust Fungi: Key to anamorph genera; Descriptions of anamorph genera; Literature cited; Holomorph Genera of Rust Fungi: Keys to holomorph genera, by family; Descriptions and Illustrations of Holomorph Genera; Appendix 1. Reference Materials (with some annotations): General references on rust fungi; Descriptive manuals and regional flora; Appendix 2. Authors of Names of Rust Fungi and Suggested Abbreviation; Glossary; List of Genera; Index

2003; 8.5" x 11" spiral bound; 240 pages; 53 color illustrations; 134 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-304-6; 2 pounds; Item No. 43046; $65

illustrated Genera of Smut Fungi, Second edition

By Kálmán Vánky M. D., Ph.D. "This will now be the first point of call for all unsure of the genus..."

--Mycotaxon

Illustrated Genera of Smut Fungi, 2nd Edition provides clear, concise, and up-to-date information on these important plant parasitic micro fungi. Completely rewritten and greatly expanded, the second edition explores the 77 recognized, and 12 doubtful or recently excluded, genera of smut fungi. With 182 new illustrations and 40 chapters more than the first edition, this comprehensive resource helps anyone interested in smut fungi to easily find and classify smut specimens into genera with a high degree of accuracy. Includes 250 new species, 25 new genera, and 9 new families. This reference will prove invaluable for all interested in mycology, phytopathology, taxonomy, and botany. Partial contents

The classification of smut fungi; Results and problems of the classification of smut fungi; Host plants of the smut fungi; Septal pore and host-parasite interaction in smut fungi; Classification of smut fungi and allied taxa; Synonyms, excluded genera, anamorphs; Key to the genera of smut fungi (including the Microbotryales); Glossary; Abbreviations; Descriptions and illustrations of genera (77 accepted genera covered); Doubtful or excluded genera (12 genera covered); Regional floras; Descriptive manuals, phylogeny, classification, general literature; References; Index of fungus names

2002; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 252 pages; 98 figures containing 422 illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-297-X; 2 pounds; Item No. 4297X; $69

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Taxonomy and Pathology of Cylindrocladium (Calonectria) and allied Genera

By Pedro W. Crous "...will become a standard reference on the subject for a long time to come...an excellent piece of work...I wholeheartedly recommend it to everybody having to deal with these fungi."

--Sydowia

The Genus Alternaria

By Joseph Rotem

Biology, epidemiology, and Pathogenicity

"Full of practical information. . . Provides in a concise form interesting information on specific subjects such as sporulation, survival strategies, and dispersal."

--Sydowia

This book presents the biological and environmental processes of Alternaria, along with a chapter describing samples of typical diseases.

1994; 6" x 9" hardcover; 326 pages; 44 black and white figures; ISBN 0-89054-152-3; 2 pounds; Item No. 41523; $95

Cylindrocladium species are associated with various hosts and induce symptoms ranging from leaf spots to cutting and pod rot. These fungi affect an array of plants including rhododendron, conifers, eucalyptus, ginkgo biloba, macadamia, peanuts, papaya, soybeans, and various other plants. This book covers more than 50 species of Cylindrocladium and includes discussions of baiting and isolation, pathogenicity, diseases and symptoms, disease control, morphological methods and features, cultures, molecular and other techniques for species identification, phylogeny based on sequence data, treatment of species, and much more.

2002; 7" x 10" softcover; 294 pages; 320 black and white illustrations and photographs; ISBN 0-89054-290-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 42902; $69

apple Scab

Biology, epidemiology, and Management

By William E. MacHardy

More than a review of research findings,this 570-page treatise presents insights, identifies conflicts in published studies, discusses fungicides and IPM techniques, and synthesizes concepts in the biology, epidemiology, and management of this disease.

1996; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 570 pages; 38 color photographs; ISBN 0-89054-206-6; 4 pounds; Item No. 42066; $95

endophytic Fungi in Grasses and Woody Plants

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Systematics, ecology, and evolution

Edited by Scott C. Redlin and Lori M. Carris "This work is vital for all who work with fungi associated with vascular plants."

--Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society

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This volume brings together the most extensive set of information on endophytic fungi available in a single source. The book includes descriptions of endophytic relationships, definitions of major concepts, and reports on recent studies. It also reviews methods of isolation, sampling, identification, and analysis.

1996; 6" x 9" softcover; 231 pages; 15 black and white photographs; 20 tables; 1 line drawing; 1 map; 15 figures; ISBN 0-89054-213-9; 1 pound; Item No. 42139; $47

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By Miguel Ulloa and Richard T. Hanlin

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illustrated Dictionary of Mycology

"I am convinced that Illustrated Dictionary of Mycology will soon be part of the standard books in taxonomical mycology. It will be useful, however, also to adjacent fields, such as plant or forest pathology, as well as to anyone who wants to know what is what in fungi."

--Sydowia, An International Journal of Mycology

Illustrated Dictionary of Mycology contains definitions and etymological derivations of over 3,800 mycology terms. It features abundant illustrations or photographs inserted near appropriate terms. Each entry is accompanied by a reference to one or more fungal species related to the particular term. A taxonomic outline is provided to help those unfamiliar with the grouping of any particular genus and includes several broader biological terms encountered in mycological literature.

2000; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 448 pages; 1,322 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-257-0; 4 pounds; Item No. 42570; $99

nuevo Dicconario ilustrado de Micología

By Miguel Ulloa and Richard T. Hanlin "Without any question, this is the most comprehensive and up-to-date compendium/dictionary on plant pathogenic fungi. As such, its copies should be in each agricultural and natural sciences library as well as on the desk of every person engaged in research on plant diseases caused by fungi and their prevention and control."

--Journal of Plant Protection Research

"...monumental work, not only for its size and weight, but also for its content and meticulous editing. Illustrations are excellent, both for their quality and as the precise figure for the term being defined. For both native and non-native Spanish speakers, the utility is unquestionable..."

--Mycotaxon

Based on the best-selling Illustrated Dictionary of Mycology, this Spanish dictionary has been updated and expanded to include definitions and etymological derivations of almost 5,000 mycological terms. More than 1,750 illustrations and photographs help clarify the definitions of many of the terms. Each term in Spanish includes its equivalent term in English, helping to standardize the mycological terminology in both languages and giving this resource bilingual functionality.

2006; 8.5" x 11"; hardcover; 684 pages; 637 halftone drawings; 1,129 black and white photographs; ISBN 0-89054-341-0; 6 pounds; Item No. 43410; $99

Alternaria

an identification Manual

By Emory G. Simmons

Alternaria: An Identification Manual fills a very large void in the scientific literature and will become the standard reference for those needing access to Alternaria literature and taxonomic information. This beautiful tome is a compilation of a lifetime's work on Alternaria and related genera. It will help research and regulatory scientists facilitate routine identification. The book begins by introducing the taxonomy, nomenclature, and classification of Alternaria including the author's own classification viewpoint for the manual. Similar genera are discussed and differentiated from Alternaria. Additionally, basic protocols are recommended, and an important section on cautions, conventions, usages, and nomenclature is provided. At the end of this section, an outline of the keying system is presented. Chapters two through six are the main body of the manual that include the 276 species that are accepted, keyed, described, and illustrated. Descriptions are in a standard format and include colony development and appearance, sporulation patterns, conidiophore and conidium morphology, and comparison with similar taxa. A full-page drawing is provided for each species illustrating diagnostic characters. At the end of the book is a comprehensive list of nearly 1,200 names historically associated with Alternaria since 1796, their current taxonomic placement, a host-substrate index, a general index, and an extensive literature cited section.

2007; 8.5" x 12" hardcover; 775 pages; 290 line drawings; 6 pounds; Item No. 51687; $289

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Mycorrhizas

anatomy and cell Biology

By R. L. Peterson, H. B. Massicotte, and L. H. Melville

Mycorrhizas increase nutrient uptake from the soil, assist in the biocontrol of pathogenic fungi and nematodes, and have a positive effect on the establishment of plant communities. This beautifully illustrated book presents a summary of all the mycorrhizal types from a morphological and anatomical perspective.

2004; softcover; 176 pages; 271 images; 2 pounds; Item No. 90877; $75

Mycorrhizas

anatomy and cell Biology images cD

By R. L. Peterson, H. B. Massicotte, L. H. Melville, and F. Phillips

This companion CD for Mycorrhizas: Anatomy and Cell Biology presents a visual description of all mycorrhiza categories and includes detailed structural information obtained by light microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, and laser scanning confocal microscopy. This supplementary resource of images can be uploaded into presentations for teaching and seminars.

2006; CD compatible with PC; 271 images; 1 pound Single User Version: Item No. 94042; $25 · Multi User Version: Item No. 94042M; $75

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Fusarium Head Blight of Wheat and Barley

Edited by Kurt J. Leonard and William R. Bushnell

Fusarium Head Blight of Wheat and Barley provides a comprehensive record of current knowledge on the nature of Fusarium head blight, the damage it causes, and current research on how to control it.

2003; 6" x 9" hardcover; 530 pages; 39 color illustrations; 36 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-302-X; 4 pounds; Item No. 4302X; $89

Fusarium

Paul e. nelson Memorial Symposium

Edited by Brett A. Summerell, John F. Leslie, David Backhouse, Wayne L. Bryden, and Lester W. Burgess "...reasonably priced and I would strongly recommend it to anyone with a serious interest in Fusarium."

--Mycologist

Your knowledge of one of the most economically important groups of fungi causing diseases on a wide variety of plants is incomplete without this important title.

2001; 6" x 9" hardcover; 408 pages; 94 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-268-6; 2 pounds; Item No. 42686; $59

The advance of the Fungi

By E. C. Large, with new introductory material by Karen-Beth Scholthof, Paul D. Peterson, and Clay S. Griffith "Early in my career, I found this book to be the most inspirational and informative of the `popular' books in plant pathology. Later, I came to appreciate E. C. Large for his significant accomplishment in epidemiological research."

--William Fry, Ph.D., Cornell University

2003; 5.5" x 8.5" softcover; 510 pages; 64 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-308-9; 2 pounds; Item No. 43089; $69

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By Richard T. Hanlin

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illustrated Genera of ascomycetes, Volume i

This book allows the reader to easily identify ascomycetes, one of the largest groups of fungi to cause diseases of plants. Data are provided on genera of anamorphs, habitat, and representative species for each genus. Partial contents

Introduction: Key to Genera; Descriptions and Illustrations of Genera; Hyalosporae; Allantosporae; Phaeosporae; Hyalodidymae; Phaeodidymae; Scolecosporae; Hyalophragmiae; Phaeophragmiae; Hyalodictyae; Phaeodictyae; References; Index to Genera and Species

1990; 6" x 9" spiral-bound; 263 pages; 107 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-107-8; 1 pound; Item No. 41078; $43

illustrated Genera of ascomycetes, Volume ii

By Richard T. Hanlin

A key to 100 genera of ascomycetes not included in Volume I is provided in Volume II, followed by descriptions and illustrations of each genus. New illustrations and photographs created especially for Volume II are helpful tools in ascomycete taxonomy and classification. They provide users with a visual reference with which to compare their own specimens. Partial contents

Preface; Introduction; Key to Genera; Descriptions and Illustrations of Genera; Hyalosporae; Allantosporae; Phaeosporae; Hyalodidymae; Phaeodidymae; Scolecosporae; References; Index

1998; 6" x 9" spiral-bound; 268 pages; 3 black and white photographs; 100 illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-198-1; 1 pound; Item No. 41981; $43

combined Keys to illustrated Genera of ascomycetes i & ii

By Richard T. Hanlin

This is a compilation of the 200 genera covered in Illustrated Genera of Ascomycetes, Volumes I and II. Other aids to identification in the text include synoptic lists that group the genera according to fungal characteristics, including

ascomal morphology, shape, color, cell number of the ascospores, and substrate; alphabetical ordering of genera within defined categories; cross-referencing of names included in two or more sections of a particular list; and a glossary of terms used in the descriptions of the genera. The keys are divided into four parts based on the number of cells in the ascospore: Amerosporae, Didymosporae, Phragmosporae, and Dictyosporae. The keys are also reversible, making it easy to retrace the steps that lead to a particular genus. contents

Preface; Introduction; Keys to Genera; Amerosporae; Didymosporae; Phragmosporae; Dictyosporae; Synoptic lists of genera; Corrections and Additions to Volume I; Genera arranged in alphabetical order; Diagrams; Spore terminology; Spore shapes; Tissue types; Glossary; References; Index to Genera and Species

1998; 6" x 9" softcover; 119 pages; 3 illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-199-X; 1 pound; Item No. 4199X; $39

The Powdery Mildews

a comprehensive Treatise

Edited by Richard R. Bélanger, William R. Bushnell, Aleid J. Dik, and Timothy L. W. Carver "This is certainly the most detailed and authoritative overview of these fungi yet to have appeared, especially with regard to species on crop plants. All chapters are well-referenced and illustrated, and this text will surely be the vade macum of those having to confront powdery mildew diseases anywhere in the world for many years to come."

--Mycological Research

2002; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 292 pages; 119 black and white and color illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-291-0; 2 pounds; Item No. 42910; $85

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Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs

By Pedro W. Crous and Uwe Braun

1. names published in Cercospora and Passalora

"The energetic duo of Pedro Crous and Uwe Braun are to be commended for this outstanding compilation and useful contribution toward understanding this important and prolific group of plant pathogenic fungi."

--Inoculum

2003; 7" x 9.75" hardcover, 571 pages; 31 figures; 3 pounds; Item No. 51496; $139

Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs

2. conspectus of Mycosphaerella

By André Aptroot

In this conspectus, a revision of species described in Mycosphaerella and Sphaerella is presented. Listed by epithet, each name is briefly reviewed including full citation, synonyms, the citation for the type specimen, and a decision about the deposition of that taxon based on an examination of the type specimen. The genus Stigmidium is expanded in this second edition to encompass fungicolous species and internal parasites of algae, and includes the genus Mycophycias.

2006; 8.25" x 11.5" softcover; 231 pages; 989 figures, 2; 3 pounds; Item No. 51601; $89

Hypocreales of the Southeastern United States

an identification Guide

By Gary J. Samuels, Amy Y. Rossman, Priscila Chaverri, Barrie E. Overton, and Kadri Põldmaa "...this book is valuable for many mycologists working on a comprehensive account of fungal biodiversity in various countries."

--Inoculum

Hypocreales of the Southeastern United States: An Identification Guide is an extensive manual that covers over 100 species and 20 different genera. It includes a diagnostic description for each species, their known geographic regions of distribution, helpful notes about the species, and relevant literature.

2006; 8.25" x 11.5" coated softcover with spiral binding; 145 pages; 588 color images; 2 pounds; Item No. 51595; $123

an illustrated Guide to the coprophilous ascomycetes of australia

By Ann Bell

This book is a great introduction to the world of dung fungi and guide to their identification. It is beautifully illustrated with 115 black and white and color drawings and photos.

2005; 8.25" x 11.5" spiral bound softcover; 173 pages; 115 plates; 2 pounds; Item No. 51580; $97

a Revision of the Species Described in Phyllosticta

By H. A. Van der Aa and S. Vanev Edited by A. Aptroot, R. C. Summerbell, and G. J. Verkley

The genus name Phyllosticta has been used in several senses that had led to incorrect naming of certain species. A Revision of the Species Described in Phyllosticta guides the user to the correct name that communicates information about the organism including bibliographic details of type, substrate, and origin.

2002; 6.75" x 9.5" softcover; 510 pages; 3 pounds; Item No. 51472; $95

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Fungi on Plants and Plant Products in the United States

By D. F. Farr, G. F. Bills, G. P. Chamuris, and A. Y. Rossman "Without question this index is the most important, practical, and valuable resource to appear for mycologists/plant pathologists in several decades."

--Brittonia

Fungicide Resistance in north america

Edited by C. J. Delp "An essential resource for all those concerned with fungicide resistance research..."

--New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science

1988; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 133 pages; 26 black and white illustrations; 50 tables; ISBN 0-89054-095-0; 1 pound; Item No. 40950; $34

1989; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 1,252 pages; ISBN 0-89054-099-3; 8 pounds; Item No. 40993; $99

Leptographium Species

Tree Pathogens, insect associates, and agents of Blue-Stain

By Karin Jacobs and Michael J. Wingfield "This is an outstanding monograph..."

--Forest Science

Methods for Research on Soilborne Phytopathogenic Fungi

Edited by L. L. Singleton, J. D. Mihail, and C. M. Rush "No doubt this manual will be an essential reference for plant pathology teaching laboratories and for those engaged in research on root pathogenic fungi."

--Mycologia

The first single-source of taxonomic information on Leptographium species, the destructive fungi which causes sapstain in timber. Includes detailed illustrations, comprehensive descriptions, and keys to the species.

2001; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 224 pages; 156 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-278-3; 2 pounds; Item No. 42783; $69

A compilation of some of the most comprehensive methodology available to those working with soilborne fungal pathogens.

1992; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 266 pages; 9 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-127-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 41272; $43

current advances in Mycorrhizae Research

Edited by Gopi K. Podila and David D. Douds

The application of molecular genetic, biochemical, and physiological analyses to these symbiotic fungi are covered in this book, making this a must-have selection for anyone interested mycorrhizae research and its effects on plant health.

2000; 6" x 9" softcover; 214 pages; 51 illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-245-7; 2 pounds; Item No. 42457; $42

Ceratocystis and Ophiostoma

Taxonomy, ecology, and Pathogenicity

Edited by Michael J. Wingfield, Keith A. Seifert, and Joan F. Webber "This contribution will be appreciated by anybody involved with this fascinating fungal group and will encourage other mycologists to start to work on these fungi."

--Sydowia

Mycorrhizae and Plant Health

Edited by F. L. Pfleger and R. G. Linderman "Would be appropriate for use by researchers and...extension specialists."

--Journal of Small Fruit and Viticulture

This volume covers a variety of plant diseases from conifer diseases to sapstain of commercial lumber.

1993; 8.5" x 11" softcover; 304 pages; 80 black and white photographs and illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-156-6; 2 pounds; Item No. 41566; $47

This book emphasizes the key role mycorrhizae play in sustainable systems of agricultural and forest production. Includes a discussion of ectomycorrhizae that occur on several major families of trees being managed for wood products.

1994; 6" x 9" softcover; 360 pages; ISBN 0-89054-158-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 41582; $42

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Taming the Truffle

The History, lore, and Science of the Ultimate Mushroom

By Ian R. Hall, Gordon T. Brown, and Alessandra Zambonelli "You should buy this book....It is pretty amazingly thoughtful and comprehensive and will surely become dirt-stained and probably also soiled by your truffle pig as you develop your empire. Really."

-- Kathie Hodge, Cornell Mushroom Blog

Phytophthora Diseases Worldwide

By Donald C. Erwin and Olaf K. Ribeiro "One of the most comprehensive and invaluable sourcebooks ever written on Phytophthora and the diseases it causes."

--D. Michael Benson, North Carolina State University

This volume features a wide range of effective techniques for identifying, diagnosing, and controlling Phytophthora diseases. It also offers the most complete treatment of Phytophthora available, including descriptions of all species in the genus.

1996; 8.5" x 11" hardcover; 592 pages; 62 color photographs; 82 black and white photographs; 52 line drawings; 94 tables; ISBN 0-89054-212-0; 4 pounds; Item No. 42120; $159

Taming the Truffle: The History, Lore, and Science of the Ultimate Mushroom includes the latest research and coverage of the leading truffle areas. The authors leaven their enthusiasm and expertise with wry humor, exploring the history and newest techniques. They describe in detail the commercial species and their host plans, natural habitats, cultivation and maintenance, pests and diseases, and harvesting with pigs, dogs, truffle flies, and even the electronic nose.

2007; 6" x 9" hardcover; 304 pages; 158 color photos; 11 drawings; 5 maps; 2 pounds; Item No. 28600; $29.95

Mycology Reference cards

By Robert K. Noyd

Keep this easy-to-use set of eight Mycology Reference Cards (covering over 220 mycology terms) nearby as a helpful teaching tool and study aid. On every card, each order features an illustration, a list of representative genera, and a list of key characteristics in the areas of ecology, structure, morphology, reproduction, life cycle, genetics, cell ultrastructure, pathology, and biochemistry.

2000; 8 cards; 8.5" x 11" laminated, 3-hole punched cards; 120 illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-261-9; 1 pound; Item No. 42619; $33

Fusarium Mycotoxins

By Anne E. Desjardins

chemistry, Genetics, and Biology

"...highlights new species and newly discovered mycotoxins and really brings to life major advances in the field...the book is well organized, which makes the presentation simple and elegant for such a comprehensive and important topic. Tables and pictures of chemical structures and known metabolic pathways bring the topic to life."

--Inoculum

Colletotrichum

Host Specificity, Pathology, and Host-Pathogen interaction

Edited by Dov Prusky, Stanley Freeman, and Martin Dickman "The book will be essential reading for researchers, graduate students, teachers of plant pathology, extension workers, diagnosticians, in fact anyone who wants a single source of reference of Collectotrichum."

--Plant Pathology

"The general design of the book makes it an ideal reference text with a comprehensive bibliography and thorough index and as such would be ideal for any library..."

--Plant Pathology

This comprehensive book examines the chemistry, genetics, and biology of Fusarium mycotoxins. It covers major and minor mycotoxins and other biologically active metabolites that can be harmful to both human and animal health. Descriptions of Fusarium species assist in visual identification of species, while complete profiles will help assess risk as well give a background on geographic trends.

2006; 6" x 9" hardcover; 260 pages; 27 black and white images; ISBN 0-89054-335-6; 2 pounds; Item No. 43356; $89

2000; 6" x 9" softcover; 393 pages; 69 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-258-9; 2 pounds; Item No. 42589; $59

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Third edition

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Manual of environmental Microbiology

Edited by Christon J. Hurst, Ronald L. Crawford, Jay L. Garland, David A. Lipson, Aaron L. Mills, and Linda D. Stetzenbach

Thoroughly updated and revised, this third edition assembles in a single volume the most definitive information on microbes in air, water, and soil and their impact on human health and welfare. Manual of Environmental Microbiology, 3rd Edition is the only book to offer a comprehensive analysis of these critical environments. In accessible, clear prose, this manual describes the natural activities and fate of microorganisms in the environment. This wealth of information is divided into 101 chapters, each written by experts. Five general areas detailed throughout this volume are basic principles of environmental microbiology, general analytical methodologies, detection of microbial activity, the impact of microbial activity on the environment, and detection and control of pathogens in the environment. The Manual of Environmental Microbiology, 3rd Edition is an indispensable reference for environmental microbiologists, microbial ecologists, and environmental engineers, as well as those interested in human diseases, water and wastewater treatment, and biotechnology.

2007; 8.6" x 10.9" hardcover; 316 pages; 128 tables; 147 figures est.; 9 pounds; Item No. 13796; $165

Bacterial Wilt Disease and the Ralstonia solanacearum Species complex

Edited by Caitilyn Allen, Philippe Prior, and A. C. Hayward "This volume certainly provides a wealth of information on one of the most serious bacterial plant diseases with worldwide distribution and great economic impact. It can be recommended to everybody active in research on R. solancearum or concerned with the spread of bacterial wilt disease ..."

-- Journal of Phytopathology

This book covers topics ranging from the basic biology of the host-pathogen interaction to applied research, designed to immediately address disease losses in the field. The book opens with two key reviews. One presents a thoughtful analysis of international collaborations on bacterial wilt research in the context of a review of literature published on the topic. The second is a global assessment of the current impact of bacterial wilt. Other topics covered in this resource include epidemiology, disease management, breeding and deployment, host plant response and disease management, pathogen genetics, R. solanacearum in banana and plantains, and diversity and detection. Experts provide overviews focusing on the pressing research needs in each area. These overview chapters are intended to give the reader the best current understanding of the topic and to suggest promising directions for future research.

2005; 6" x 9" hardcover; 528 pages; 51 images; ISBN 0-89054-329-1; 3 pounds; Item No. 43291; $79

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Genomic and Genetic analysis of Plant Parasitism and Defense

Edited by Shinji Tsuyumu, Jan E. Leach, Tomonori Shiraishi, and Thomas Wolpert "I strongly recommend this book to plant pathology specialists as it excellently proves how greatly applied genetics contributes to better understanding of pathogenicity and resistance processes in viral, bacterial, and fungal infections of cultivated plants."

--Journal of Plant Protection Research

This book presents research on the application of genomics to the investigation of plant-microbe interactions. The wide range of pathogens covered as well as examples of exciting new technologies are sure to be of interest to plant pathologists, microbiologists, agronomists, plant biologists, or anyone interested in plant-microbe interactions.

2005 6" x 9" hardcover; 316 pages; 55 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-323-2; 2 pounds; Item No. 43232; $79

Delivery and Perception of Pathogen Signals in Plants

By Noel T. Keen, Shigeyuki Mayama, Jan E. Leach, and Shinji Tsuyumu "I recommend this book for all phytopathologists and researchers in plant biotechnology."

--Journal of Plant Protection Research

Summarizing the 8th Japan-U.S. seminar on plant-pathogen interactions, this book presents valuable research on plant-microbe interactions.

2001; 6" x 9" hardcover; 280 pages; 39 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-259-7; 2 pounds; Item No. 42597; $59

Phyllosphere Microbiology

Edited by Steven E. Lindow, Eva I. Hecht-Poinar, and Vern J. Elliott "...an excellent resource for evaluating and understanding current and past research. The chapters are well written and concise and generally provide solid review information for the subject matter."

--Ecology

Phyllosphere Microbiology focuses on five main areas: the physical and chemical environment of plants; interactions between epiphytes and their hosts; interactions among microbes on plant surfaces; the contribution of plant surface microbes to agricultural practices and food safety; and modeling of interactions and movement of microbes on plant surfaces.

2002; 7" x 10" hardcover; 408 pages; 83 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-286-4; 3 pounds; Item No. 42864; $69

The Hypersensitive Reaction in Plants to Pathogens

a Resistance Phenomenon

By R. N. Goodman and A. J. Novacky

Examines fungus-, virus-, and bacteria-induced hypersensitive reactions. The historical aspects, biochemicalphysiological, ultrastructural, and specific genetic factors implicated in the induction and development of these reactions are also discussed.

1994; 6" x 9" softcover; 256 pages; 77 black and white illustrations; ISBN 0-89054-165-5; 1 pound; Item No. 41655; $47

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Advance of the Fungi...............................................................................................................................51 Advances in Potato Pest Biology and Management .................................................................................26 Agrobacterium tumefaciens: From Plant Pathology to Biotechnology ......................................................25 Air, Pollution, People, and Plants ............................................................................................................43 Alternaria: An Identification Manual .......................................................................................................50 Aphid: A Virus Vector Video DVD ..............................................................................................................44 Apple Scab: Biology, Epidemiology, and Management............................................................................49 Assess 2.0: Image Analysis Software for Plant Disease Quantification ......................................................17 Bacterial Wilt Disease and the Ralstonia solanacearum Species Complex ................................................56 Ball Field Guide to Diseases of Greenhouse Ornamentals ........................................................................38 Biological Pollution: An Emerging Global Menace ...................................................................................26 Biology and Management of the Soybean Cyst Nematode ......................................................................26 Biology of Fungal Pathogens, Vol. 1 - 4 DVD and Vol. 1-2 VHS .................................................................42 Biology of Fungal Pathogens, Vol. 5 DVD .................................................................................................11 Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Vol. 6 - 7 CD.................................................................................16 Blue Mold of Tobacco...............................................................................................................................24 Cellular and Molecular Biology of Filamentous Fungi .............................................................................13 Ceratocystis and Ophiostoma: Taxonomy, Ecology, and Pathogenicity......................................................54 Cercospora Leaf Spot of Sugar Beet and Related Species ..........................................................................2 Citrus Health Management .....................................................................................................................27 Citrus tristeza virus Complex and Tristeza Diseases ....................................................................................4 Colletotrichum: Host Specificity, Pathology, and Host-Pathogen Interaction...........................................55 Colour Atlas of Cucurbit Diseases .............................................................................................................22 Colour Atlas of Diseases of Lettuce and Related Salad Crops....................................................................22 Colour Atlas of Postharvest Quality of Fruits and Vegetables ...................................................................15 Compendium of Apple and Pear Diseases........................................................................ 31 (Spanish p 34) Compendium of Barley Diseases, 2nd Ed. ................................................................................................31 Compendium of Bean Diseases, 2nd Ed. Book and Image CD ..................................................................30 Compendium of Beet Diseases and Pests, 2nd Ed. Book and Image CD....................................................12 Compendium of Blueberry and Cranberry Diseases .................................................................................31 Compendium of Brassica Diseases Book and Image CD ...........................................................................30 Compendium of Chickpea and Lentil Diseases and Pests Book and Image CD ...........................................5 Compendium of Chrysanthemum Diseases .............................................................................................31 Compendium of Citrus Diseases, 2nd Ed. ......................................................................... 31 (Spanish p 34) Compendium of Conifer Diseases .................................................................................... 32 (Spanish p 34) Compendium of Corn Diseases, 3rd Ed............................................................................. 32 (Spanish p 34) Compendium of Cotton Diseases,2nd Ed. ................................................................................................32 Compendium of Cucurbit Diseases .................................................................................. 32 (Spanish p 34) Compendium of Flowering Potted Plant Diseases ........................................................... 32 (Spanish p 34) Compendium of Grape Diseases ...................................................................................... 32 (Spanish p 34) Compendium of Hop Diseases and Pests Book and Image CD ..................................................................10 Compendium of Lettuce Diseases.................................................................................... 32 (Spanish p 34) Compendium of Nut Crop Diseases in Temperate Zones ..........................................................................32 Compendium of Onion and Garlic Diseases and Pests, 2nd Ed. Book and Image CD .................................30 Compendium of Ornamental Foliage Plant Diseases ...............................................................................32 Compendium of Ornamental Palm Diseases and Disorders Book and Image CD ......................................30 Compendium of Pea Diseases and Pests, 2nd Ed......................................................................................30 Compendium of Peanut Diseases, 2nd Ed. ...............................................................................................32 Compendium of Pepper Diseases ............................................................................................................32 Compendium of Potato Diseases, 2nd Ed.................................................................................................33 Compendium of Raspberry and Blackberry Diseases and Insects ........................................................... 33 Compendium of Rhododendron and Azalea Diseases..............................................................................33 Compendium of Rice Diseases .................................................................................................................33 Compendium of Rose Diseases and Pests, 2nd Ed. Book and Image CD ...................................................31 Compendium of Soil Fungi, 2nd Ed. ........................................................................................................45 Compendium of Sorghum Diseases, 2nd Ed. ...........................................................................................33 Compendium of Soybean Diseases, 4th Ed. .............................................................................................33 Compendium of Stone Fruit Diseases .............................................................................. 33 (Spanish p 34) Compendium of Strawberry Diseases, 2nd Ed. ........................................................................................33 Compendium of Sweet Potato Diseases...................................................................................................33 Compendium of Tobacco Diseases ...........................................................................................................33 Compendium of Tomato Diseases ............................................................................................................33 Compendium of Tropical Fruit Diseases ...................................................................................................34 Compendium of Turfgrass Diseases, 3rd Ed. Book and Image CD .............................................................31 Compendium of Umbelliferous Crop Diseases .........................................................................................34 Compendium of Wheat Diseases and Pests, 3rd Ed. Book and Image CD ...................................................1 Corn: Chemistry and Technology .............................................................................................................23 Crown Gall: Advances in Understanding Interkingdom Gene Transfer .....................................................57 Current Advances in Mycorrhizae Research..............................................................................................54 Delivery and Perception of Pathogen Signals in Plants ............................................................................57 Diagnosing Plant Diseases Caused by Nematodes ...................................................................................37 Disease Control in Crops: Biological and Environmentally-Friendly Approaches ......................................14 Diseases and Pests of Sugarbeet, Vol. 1 - 2 Video DVD .............................................................................41 Diseases of Annuals and Perennials.........................................................................................................38 Diseases of Cereal Grains Image CD .........................................................................................................35 Diseases of Fruit Crops in Australia .........................................................................................................14 Diseases of Herbaceous Perennials Book and Image CD ............................................................................9 Diseases of Legumes Image CD ...............................................................................................................35 Diseases of Orchard Fruit and Nut Crops Image CD ..................................................................................35 Diseases of Small Grain Cereal Crops: A Colour Handbook .......................................................................22 Diseases of Root and Tuber Crops Image CD.............................................................................................35 Diseases of Tropical Fruit, Citrus, and Sugarcane Image CD......................................................................35 Diseases of Woody Ornamentals and Trees Image CD .............................................................................35 Diseases of Woody Ornamentals and Trees in Nurseries.......................................................................... 39 Dry Bean Production and Pest Management ...........................................................................................28 Dutch Elm Disease and the American Elm Video DVD ..............................................................................41 Ecology and Management of Soilborne Plant Pathogens ........................................................................24 Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management .......................................................................27 Endophytic Fungi in Grasses and Woody Plants: Systematics, Ecology and Evolution ..............................49 Entomopathogenic Nematodes: Systematics, Phylogeny and Bacterial Symbionts .................................37 Essential Plant Pathology Textbook and Companion DVD, 2nd Ed. .................................................. Cover ii Exercises in Plant Disease Epidemiology..................................................................................................43 Fire Blight: The Foundation of Phytobacteriology ....................................................................................54 Food, Crop Pests, and the Environment ...................................................................................................24 Forest Decline Concepts...........................................................................................................................43 Forest Pathology: From Genes to Landscapes ..........................................................................................25 Formative Years of Plant Pathology in the United States .........................................................................54 Fundamental Fungi: Image Collection and Teaching Resource CD ...........................................................35 Fungal Biodiversity ...................................................................................................................................3 Fungal Pathogensis in Plants and Crops, 2nd Ed. ....................................................................................45 Fungi in the Ancient World ......................................................................................................................20 Fungi on Plants and Plant Products in the United States .........................................................................54 Fungicide Resistance in North America ...................................................................................................54 Fusarium Head Blight of Wheat and Barley .............................................................................................51 Fusarium Laboratory Manual ..................................................................................................................46 Fusarium Mycotoxins: Chemistry, Genetics, and Biology .........................................................................55

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Nelson Memorial Symposium ......................................................................................51 Genomic and Genetic Analysis of Plant Parasitism and Defense ..............................................................57 Genus Alternaria: Biology, Epidemiology and Pathogenicity ...................................................................49 Glossary of Plant-Pathological Terms ......................................................................................................26 Handbook of Corn Insects........................................................................................................................28 Handbook of Forage and Rangeland Insects ...........................................................................................29 Handbook of Plant Nutrition ...................................................................................................................25 Handbook of Small Grain Insects.............................................................................................................29 Handbook of Turfgrass Insect Pests .........................................................................................................28 Herbaceous Perennial Plants, 3rd Ed. ......................................................................................................15 Hypersensitive Reaction in Plants to Pathogens ......................................................................................57 Hypocreales of the Southeastern United States: An Identification Guide.................................................53 Identification of the Fungi: An Illustrated Introduction with Keys Glossary, and Guide to the Literature .46 Illustrated Dictionary of Mycology ..........................................................................................................50 Illustrated Genera of Ascomycetes Vols. I and II Combined Keys ..............................................................52 Illustrated Genera of Ascomycetes Vol. 1 .................................................................................................52 Illustrated Genera of Ascomycetes Vol. 2 .................................................................................................52 Illustrated Genera of Imperfect Fungi, 4th Ed..........................................................................................48 Illustrated Genera of Rust Fungi, 3rd Ed. .................................................................................................48 Illustrated Genera of Smut Fungi, 2nd Ed. ...............................................................................................48 Illustrated Guide to the Coperophilous Ascomycetes of Australia ...........................................................53 Induced Plant Defenses Against Pathogens and Herbivores ....................................................................23 Insect Pests of Small Grains .....................................................................................................................28 Introduction to Fungi ..............................................................................................................................45 Laboratory Guide for the Identification of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, 3rd Ed. .........................................25 Late Blight and the Irish Potato Famine Video DVD .................................................................................43 Learning Plant Pathology Exercises CD ....................................................................................................22 Leptographium Species: Tree Pathogens, Insect Associates and Agents of Blue-Stain ..............................54 Maize Diseases: A Reference Source for Seed Technologists.....................................................................23 Managing Diseases in Greenhouse Crops ................................................................................................38 Manual of Assessment Keys for Plant Diseases ........................................................................................24 Manual of Environmental Microbiology ..................................................................................................56 Methods for Research on Soilborne Phytopathogenic Fungi ...................................................................54 Microbial Safety of Fresh Produce ...........................................................................................................13 Microfungi occurring on Proteaceae in the fynbos ...................................................................................20 Mineral Nutrition and Plant Disease........................................................................................................21 Molecular Aspects of Plant Disease Resistance ........................................................................................11 Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions Journal ....................................................................60 and Cover iii Mycology Reference Cards .......................................................................................................................55 Mycology Lower Fungi Vol. 1 and Higher Fungi Vol. 2 Video DVD .............................................................47 Mycorrhizas: Anatomy and Cell Biology Book and Image CD ...................................................................51 Mycorrihzae and Plant Health .................................................................................................................54 Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs: 1. Names Published in Cercospora and Passalora .............................53 Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs: 2. Conspectus of Mycosphaerella......................................................53 Mycotoxins in Grain .................................................................................................................................26 Nature and Practice of Biological Control of Plant Pathogens ..................................................................23 Nuevo Diccionario Ilustrado de Micologia................................................................................................50 Nutrient Deficiencies and Toxicities in Crop Plants ...................................................................................23 Parasitic Flowering Plants .......................................................................................................................15 Pathogens Infecting Insects and Mites of Citrus .......................................................................................2 Peanut Health Management ...................................................................................................................27 Perennial Reference Guide ......................................................................................................................38 Pests of Fruit Crops: A Color Handbook ....................................................................................................22 Phyllosphere Microbiology ......................................................................................................................57 Phytopathology Journal ......................................................................................................60 and Cover iii Phytophthora Diseases Worldwide ..........................................................................................................55 Phytophthora: Identifying Species by Morphology and DNA Fingerprints ...............................................19 Pictorial Atlas of Soil and Seed Fungi: Morphologies of Cultured Fungi and Key to Species, 3rd Ed. ..........2 Pioneering Women in Plant Pathology ....................................................................................................20 Plant Bacteriology ....................................................................................................................................7 Plant Disease Journal ..........................................................................................................60 and Cover iii Plant Diseases Caused by Bacteria: An Image Database and Educational Resource ...................................3 Plant Disease Clinic and Field Diagnosis of Abiotic Diseases ....................................................................24 Plant Diseases: Their Biology and Social Impact ......................................................................................43 Plant Management Network 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