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1981

Publication Effectiveness of Slurry Treatments in Controlling Individual Endothia parasitica Cankers on American Chestnut
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Publication An Objective Method for Estimating Biocontrol of Hypovirulent and Virulent Cankers
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Publication Pathogenicity and Sporulation of Virulent and Hyprovirulent Strains of Endothia parasitica
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Publication Distribution and Frequency of Vegetative Compatibility Types of Virulent Endothia parasitica Strains Near Parsons, West Virginia
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Publication Saprophytic Survival, Growth and Sporulation of Virulent and Hypovirulent Isolates of Endothia parasitica on Red Maple, Red Oak, and American Chestnut
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Publication Etiology of Endothia parasitica on Scarlet Oak
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Publication Properties of dsRNA and Particulate Components Associated with Hypovirulence
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Publication Purification of Virus-Like Particles from a Hypovirulent Strain of Endothia parasitica, EP-43
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Publication Double-strand RNA from Protoplasts of Endothia parasitica (EP-49)
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Publication A Correlation Between the Presence of Hamamelitannin and Blight Susceptibility in American Chestnut
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Publication Controlled Crosses of Endothia parasitica in the Laboratory
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Publication Worldwide Distribution of Vegetative Compatibility Groups
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Publication Two-year Control Results in Artificially Established Virulent Cankers with Compatible and Incompatible Hypovirulent Strains at Three Locations in West Virginia
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Publication Efficiency of Conversion of Virulent Strains to Hypovirulence in the Host and in the Laboratory
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Publication Pathogenicity, Growth, and Sporulation of Virulent and Hypovirulent Isolates of Endothia parasitica in the Southern Appalachians
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Publication Laboratory and Field Studies of Hypovirulent Strains: EP-60 from Michigan and EP-234 from Tennessee
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Publication Laboratory and Field Studies of Hypovirulent Strains: Isolates from Italy
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Publication Abnormal Strains of Endothia parasitica Associtated with Large Surviving American Chestnut Trees
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Publication Attempts to Produce Antibodies to Synthetic Doublestrand RNA Poly Inosine: Cytosine
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Publication Attempts to Liberate Protoplasts Enzymatically from Virulent Cultures of Endothia parasitica
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Publication Hypovirulence Offers Hope, Not Facts
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Publication Procedures Used to Extract Double-strand RNA
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Publication Latent Hypovirulence Phenomena in Endothia parasitica
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Publication Forest Service American Chestnut Cooperative Research Program
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Publication Periodic Inoculation of Virulent and Hypovirulent Strains of Endothia parasitica at 2-month Intervals
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Publication Histopathological Events During the Develpment of Cankers on Chestnut Species Incited by Virulent (V) and Hypovirulent (H) Strains of Endothia parasitica
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Publication Cankering and Sporulation of Endothia parasitica on Scarlet and Post Oaks
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Publication Proportion of the Endothia parasitica Biomass that is Hypovirulent in Two Surviving American Chestnut Trees
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Publication Implications of Chestnut Blight Incidence in Recently Clearcut and Mature Forests for Biological Control of Blight with Hypovirulent Strains of Endothia parasitica
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Publication Endothia Canker Survey of Chestnut and Oaks in the Mountain Counties of North Carolina
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Publication Dissemination of Endothia parasitica by Birds and Small Mammals
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Publication Insects as Potential Vectors of Hypovirulent Endothia parasitica Strains
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Publication Gall Wasp: Status and Future Studies
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Publication Alternatice (non-hypovirulence) Control Methods
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Publication Evaluation of Chestnut Test Plantings in the Eastern United States
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Publication Role of Double-strand RNA-based Hypovirulence in Recovery of Chestnut from Blight in Italy
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Publication Abstract and Foreward
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Publication Utilization of Hamamelitannin by Endothia parasitica
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Publication Nutritional Comparisons Among Normal and Hypovirulent Isolates of Endothia parasitica
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Publication Vegetative and Sexual Compatibility in Endothia parasitica
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Publication Microscopic Study of the Morphology, Growth Patterns, and INteractions of Endothia parasitica
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Publication Artificial Introduction of Virulent and Hypovirulent Strains of Endothia parasitica Using Large Scratch Wounds
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Publication Mixtures of Hypovirulent Strains of Endothia parasitica: Their Pathogenicity and Ability to Control Cankers on American Chestnut
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