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W. Patrick Wechter, Chandrasekar Kousik, Melanie McMillan, and Amnon Levi

of cross-species and cross-genus level pathogenic interactions in f. sp. niveum as well as other fusarium isolates collected from different cucurbits in laboratory studies ( Bouhot, 1981 ; Owens, 1955 , 1956 ; Zhou and Everts, 2003 , 2007 ). In

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Rick D. Peters, Tharcisse Barasubiye, and Joanne Driscoll

, the severity of disease development in the storage of concern in this study would indicate that it may need to be considered as part of the spectrum of postharvest pathogens of rutabaga. Fusarium species are ubiquitous in soil and often able to

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Abu Shamim Mohammad Nahiyan and Yoh-ichi Matsubara

attempted ( Pontaroli and Camadro, 2001 ); however, it takes a long time to develop. On the other hand, biological control of fusarium disease was tried by inoculation with non-pathogenic isolates of the fusarium species ( Blok et al., 1997 ; Reid et al

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Fahrettin Goktepe, Teresa Seijo, Zhanao Deng, Brent K. Harbaugh, Natalia A. Peres, and Robert J. McGovern

disease-resistant cultivars is an important goal for many crop species and it has proved to be an effective component for managing Fusarium -induced diseases in numerous crops ( Hartman et al., 1997 ; McGrath et al., 1987 ; Rudd et al., 2001 ). However

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Tomohiro Okada and Yoh-ichi Matsubara

, Fusarium proliferatum (Fp), and Fusarium redolens etc. ( Knaflewski et al., 2008 ; Reid et al., 2002 ; Wong and Jeffries, 2006 ). In Japan, Nahiyan et al. (2011) demonstrated that Foa and Fp are dominant fusarium species in asparagus decline fields

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Benjamín Moreno, Cristián Jacob, Marlene Rosales, Christian Krarup, and Samuel Contreras

a major limitation in watermelon production ( Miguel et al., 2004 ). Yield losses of up to 80% have been reported in watermelon crops affected by this pathogen ( Zhang et al., 2012 ). Fusarium species remain in the soil for years as chlamydospores

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Geoffrey Meru and Cecilia E. McGregor

has been reported for Fusarium species infecting wheat [ Triticum aestivum ( Lv et al., 2014 )] and chickpea [ Cicer arietinum ( Sabbavarapu et al., 2013 )]. The size of the QTL effect identified in the current study underline the challenges

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Jacqueline Joshua and Margaret T. Mmbaga

Fusarium species isolated from the rhizosphere soil were consistent with the identified species according to Nelson et al. (1983) . Results from pathogenicity tests in growth chamber experiments showed that all the previously mentioned fungi were

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Cody L. Smith, Joshua H. Freeman, Nancy Kokalis-Burelle, and William P. Wechter

). Decreased rates of fusarium wilt incidence and increased yields were observed when watermelon scions were grafted on fusarium wilt race 2-resistant hybrid rootstocks ( Keinath and Hassell, 2014 ). Previous research shows interspecific ( C. maxima × C

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Michelle L. Paynter, Joanne De Faveri, and Mark E. Herrington

( Mori et al., 2005 ; Takahashi et al., 2003 ), Mexico ( Dávalos-González et al., 2006 ), Korea ( Nagarajan et al., 2006 ), China ( Zhao et al., 2009 ), Spain ( Arroyo et al., 2009 ), and the United States ( Koike, 2009 ). Fusarium oxysporum species