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1978

Proceedings of the American Chestnut Symposium. Morgantown, West Virginia. January 4-5, 1978.

Publication Foreword & Acknowledgment
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Publication The Devastation of American Chestnut by Blight
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Publication Selecting and Breeding Blight Resistant Chestnut Trees
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Publication Breeding of American Chestnut
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Publication Prospects for Vegetative Propagation in the Genus Castanea
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Publication The Use of Ionizing Radiation to Develop a Blight Resistant American Chestnut, Castanea dentata, Through induced Mutations
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Publication Chinese Chestnut Production in the Southeastern United States: Practice, Problems, and Possible Solutions
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Publication Death of a Chestnut: The Host Pathogen Interaction
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Publication New Challenges in Chestnut Research
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Publication Biological Control of Chestnut Blight in France
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Publication The Present Status of Chestnut Blight in Italy
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Publication American Experience with Hypovirulence in Endothia parasitica
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Publication Chestnut Breeding in the United States Department of Agriculture
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Publication The West Virginia Department of Agriculture American Chestnut Program
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Publication Endothia Species as Pathogens of Chestnut and Oak
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Publication An Evaluation of the Fungal Genus Endothia
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Publication Virulence of Endothia Parasitica Isolated from Surviving American Chestnut Trees
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Publication The Role of Oxalic Acid in the Pathogenesis of Endothia parasitica
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Publication Chestnut Callus-Cultures: Tannin Content and Colonization by Endothia parasitica
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Publication Effect of Some Compounds of American and Chinese Chestnut Inner Bark on the Growth of Endothia parasitica
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Publication Blight Development and Methyl-2-Benzimidazole Carbamate Levels in Bark Tissues of American Chestnut Trees Following Soil Injection of Benomyl
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Publication A Preliminary Report on a Method of Biological Control of the Chestnut Blight Not Involving the Use of a Hypovirulent Strain of Endothia parasitica
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Publication Insects of American Chestnut: Possible Importance and Conservation Concern
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Publication Oriental Chestnut Gall Wasp: New Nut Pest in North America
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Publication Research Carried Out in France Into Diseases of the Chestnut Tree
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Publication Some Observations On the "Hypovirulence" of Chestnut Blight in Italy
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Publication Pathogenicity and Sporulation of Normal and Diseased Strains of Endothia parasitica in American Chestnut
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Publication Testing Endothia parasitica Strains for Vegetative Incompatibility
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Publication Frequency of Vegetative Compatibility Types of Endothia parasitica in Two Areas of West Virginia
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Publication The Segregation of an Italian Virulent Isolate of Endothia parasitica Into H and V Types
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Publication Double-stranded RNA and Virus-like Particles in Endothia parasitica
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Publication Control of Endothia parasitica Cankers on American Chestnut Sprouts with Hypovirulent Stains
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Publication Pennsylvania Chestnut Blight Studies
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Publication Interactions of Virulent and Hypovirulent Strains of Endothia parasitica on American Chestnuts in North Carolina
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Publication Epidemiology of Hypovirulence
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Publication Epilogue
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