Indian Phytopathology

Indian Phytopathology a leading plant pathology research journal deals with the disciplines of Mycology, Fungal Pathology, Bacteriology, Virology, Phytopathology and Nematology. The journal is published quarterly in March, June, September, and December. The society has published the journal for over 64 years. The journal has national as well as global reach.

ISSN : 0367-973X (Print version)

ISSN : 2248-9800 (Electronic version )

 

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Posted: 2011-05-19
 
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Vol 67, No 3 (2014): Indian Phytopathology

Table of Contents

Review Articles

Brown spot of rice: an overview PDF
S. SUNDER, RAM SINGH* and RASHMI AGARWAL

Research Articles

Molecular validation for blast and sheath blight resistance in improved rice genotypes and landraces PDF
A.K. DUBEY, R.T.P. PANDIAN, H. RAJASHEKARA, A. KHANNA, R.K. ELLUR, P. SHARMA, A. KUMAR, A.K. SINGH, S. GOPALAKRISHNAN, R. RATHOUR and U.D. SINGH*
Morphological and molecular characterization of Ustilaginoidea virens isolates causing false smut of rice in India PDF
MATHEW S. BAITE*, R.K. SHARMA, T. PRAMEELA DEVI, PRATIBHA SHARMA and DEEBA KAMIL
Integrated management of post flowering stalk rot of maize caused by Fusarium verticillioides PDF
M.K. KHOKHAR*, S.S. SHARMA and RENU GUPTA
Protein and isozyme patterns of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri isolates causing chickpea wilt PDF
N.B. PAWAR* and S.S. MANE
Integration of soil solarization with soil amendments, botanicals and microbial pesticides for the management of soil-borne diseases of strawberry PDF
HARENDER RAJ
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal association in some commonly occurring economically important plants of Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India PDF
BIDISHA SHARMA and D.K. JHA*
Defense gene induction in Camelina sativa upon Alternaria brassicae challenge PDF
NAYANAKANTHA, N.M. CHAMIL, SANDHYA RAWAT, SAJAD ALI and ANITA GROVER*
Pathogenic and genetic variability in Alternaria brassicae infecting rapeseed-mustard and evaluation of resistance sources PDF
ARUN KUMAR, ABHISHEK KATOCH, PREM NATH SHARMA, VEDNA KUMARI and ASHOK KUMAR*
Diversity analysis of Erysiphe pisi populations causing pea powdery mildew in Himachal Pradesh PDF
D.K. BANYAL*, AMAR SINGH, SACHIN UPMANYU, JAYA CHAUDHARY and P.N. SHARMA
Integrated disease management module for management of downy mildew of cucumber PDF
SACHIN GUPTA*, RAGHU NATH UPADHYAY, SATESH KUMAR and V.K. RAZDAN
Efficacy of fungicides alone and in combination with insecticides on foliar diseases of onion (Allium cepa) in rabi season PDF
R.C. GUPTA* and R.P. GUPTA
Antifungal activity of essential oils and plant extracts against Corticium salmonicolor, the incitant of pink canker in apple PDF
DURGA PRASHAD*, VED RAM, I.M. SHARMA and SUSHMA SHARMA
Role of weather on Alternaria leaf spot development in crucifers PDF
R. SELVAMANI*, R.T.P. PANDIAN and PRATIBHA SHARMA
RAPD based DNA fingerprinting of toxigenic and non-toxigenic strains of Aspergillus flavus isolated from different habitats PDF
AJOY KUMAR CHOUDHARY*, PRIYANKA KUMARI and RASHMI AGGARWAL
The potential of leaf extract of Barleria lupulina for detoxification of aflatoxins PDF
K. KANNAN and R. VELAZHAHAN*
‘Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia’ related strains affecting two important medicinal plants (Cymbopogan citratus and Tylophora asthmatica) in India PDF
MADHUPRIYA, RENU MAURYA and G.P. RAO*

Short Communications

Management of spot blotch of wheat caused by Bipolaris sorokiniana in wheat using fungicides PDF
D.P. SINGH*, ATUL KUMAR, I.S. SOLANKI, S.P. SINGH, J. VERMA, SUNITA MAHAPATRA, S.S. VAISH, S.K. MUKHOPADHYAY and S. DUTTA
Degeneration of potato cultivars in North Gujarat PDF
NARENDRA SINGH*, M.N. MAHESHWARI and S.M. CHAUDHARI
Resistance potential of newly released urdbean genotypes against Mungbean yellow mosaic India virus PDF
ASHUTOSH KUMAR, A.K. PARIHAR*, G.P. DIXIT and SANJEEV GUPTA
Occurrence of anthracnose on coloured capsicum under protected conditions PDF
MEENU GUPTA* and S.K. GUPTA

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