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1. Control of fungal diseases of maize (id:42839)

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2. Assessment of Foliar and Root Pathogens of Dry Beans Currently Prevalent In North Dakota (id:IND44207171)

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3. Calcium Chloride and Calcium Silicate Decrease White Mold Intensity on Common Beans (id:IND44207147)

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4. Characterization of Pseudocercospora Griseola Isolates Collected in the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil (id:IND44207104)

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5. An Efficient Protocol for Isolation, Sporulation and Maintenance of Pseudocercospora griseola (id:IND44207117)

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6. Influence of Water Stress and Macrophomina Phaseolina in Growth and Grain Yield of Common Beans under Controlled and Field Conditions (id:IND44207149)

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7. Methods for Macrophomina phaseolina Inoculation in Common Beans (id:IND44207159)

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8. Reaction of Common Bean Cultivars and Elite Lines to Isolates of Pseudocercospora griseola (id:IND44207119)

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9. Response of Twelve Breeding Lines Classified in the Market Class Fabada to White Mold (id:IND44207146)

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10. Response to Gamete Selection for Resistance to White Mold in Common Bean (id:IND44207054)

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11. Scarlet Runner Bean Germplasm Accessions G 35006 and G 35172 Posses Resistance to Multiple Diseases of Common Bean (id:IND44207055)

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12. Use of Multi Site Screening to Identify Partial Resistance to White Mold in Common Bean in 2008 (id:IND44207142)

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13. Variability among Pseudocercospora Griseola Isolates by Anastomosis Among Hyphae (id:IND44207116)

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14. Variability among Pseudocercospora Griseola Isolates by RAPD Markers (id:IND44207109)

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15. AFLP markers associated with macrophomina phaseolina resistance in bean (id:IND44063260)

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16. Breeding beans for resistance to web blight (id:IND44058355)

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17. Characterization of accessions of Phaseolus vulgaris L. for reaction to the fungus Colletotrichum lindemuthianum (id:IND44063194)

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18. Development of a differential set of common bean lines to screen for web blight pathogen virulence (id:IND44058356)

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19. Evolution of screening methods for detection of physiological resistance to white mold in common bean (id:IND44058360)

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20. Gamete selection for improving physiological resistance to white mold in dry bean (id:IND44058803)

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21. Genotyping of common bean cultivars with molecular markers linked to disease resistance genes as support for gene pyramiding process (id:IND44063184)

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22. Improvement in screening for resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in common bean through characterization of the pathogen and utilization of multi-state nurseries (id:IND44058362)

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23. Introgression of QTL for white mold resistance from common and scarlet runner bean (id:IND44063228)

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24. Introgression of anthracnose, angular leaf spot and rust resistance genes in bean cultivars Vermelhinho and Ouro Vermelho (id:IND44063186)

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25. Molecular marker assisted introduction of resistance genes for rust, anthracnose and angular leaf spot into common bean cultivars BRSMG Talisma (id:IND44063185)

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26. One cycle of recurrent selection for physiological resistance to white mold in dry bean (id:IND44058361)

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27. Phenotypical evaluation of resistance sources to common bean angular leaf spot by using races occurring in the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil (id:IND44063209)

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28. Potential of segregating populations of "Carioca" type beans (id:IND44063349)

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29. Progress in characterization and transfer of white mold resistance from runner to common bean (id:IND44058811)

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30. QTL analysis of white mold resistance in an inbred backcross mapping population derived from a wild Mexican bean (id:IND44063235)

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31. Reaction of twenty-two common bean accessions against three local isolates of white mold (id:IND44063232)

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32. Release of 'Santa Fe' pinto bean (id:IND44063789)

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33. Release of 'Zorro' black bean (id:IND44063788)

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34. Response of dry bean genotypes with different levels of resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum to three inoculation methods (id:IND44063233)

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35. Use of multi-site screening to identify parital resistance to white mold in common bean in 2007 (id:IND44063230)

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36. Bulgarian landraces and lines of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) with physiological resistance to white mold (id:IND43940891)

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37. Common bean genotypes resistant to angular leaf spot, rust and anthracnose (id:IND43940865)

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38. Correlations of white mold resistance in snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) among field evaluations, oxalic acid test, and straw test (id:IND43940889)

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39. Developing white mold resistant interspecific breeding lines from the secondary gene pool of common bean (id:IND43940894)

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40. Genetic diversity in Phaeoisariopsis griseola based on ISSR molecular markers (id:IND43940860)

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41. Identification of partial resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in common bean at multiple locations in 2006 (id:IND43940892)

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42. Identification of root rot resistance sources in common bean (id:IND43940896)

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43. Impact of angular leaf spot on grain yield of common bean lines (id:IND43940862)

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44. Intensity of angular leaf spot and anthracnose and anthracnose transmission by seeds of beans cultivated in three cropping systems (id:IND43940863)

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45. Interspecific hybrid derived-lines developed by Herbert Lamprecht: a source of disease resistance for common bean (id:IND43940817)

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46. Introgression of angular leaf spot resistance genes in common bean isolines (id:IND43940864)

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47. Natural incidence of Phytophthora phaseoli in dry bean grown in the highlands of Mexico (id:IND43940899)

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48. Susceptibility of green manure species to two soilborne pathogens of common bean (id:IND43940901)

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49. Tillage, humidity and fertilization effects on bean yield, charcoal rot incidence and pathogenicity of Macrophomina phaseolina (id:IND43940898)

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50. Transfer of angular leaf spot resistance gene from 'Cornell, 49-242' to the carioca cultivar Ruda (id:IND43940859)