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Christopher S. Cramer, Neel Kamal, and Narinder Singh

-green, and blue leaf color) with varying levels of resistance to IYSV and tolerance to thrips feeding injury and/or lower preference for thrips. For some of the NMSU breeding lines and cultivars, earlier generations had been previously evaluated ( Mohseni

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Ahmad Shah Mohammadi, Elizabeth T. Maynard, Ricky E. Foster, Daniel S. Egel, and Kevin T. McNamara

immune to beetle feeding has been identified ( Brust and Rane, 1995 ). Brust and Rane (1995) showed that the incidence of bacterial wilt was correlated with beetle feeding injury on 10 cultivars. However, when they injected the bacterial wilt pathogen

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Andrew L. Thomas, Jackie L. Harris, Elijah A. Bergmeier, and R. Keith Striegler

United States, although notable economic damage is often confined to specific soils and environments (e.g., Bird et al., 1994 ; Pokharel et al., 2015 ; Townshend et al., 1975 ). Nematodes can weaken plants and reduce yields through physical feeding

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Parminder S. Multani, Christopher S. Cramer, Robert L. Steiner, and Rebecca Creamer

addition, tolerance to onion thrips feeding injury and onion thrips feeding preference ( Coudriet et al., 1979 ; Hoffmann et al., 1996 ; Jones et al., 1934 ; Molenaar, 1984 ) may contribute to differences in IYSV incidence among onion entries. In the