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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Indian Phytopathology offers online first publication upon acceptance

Indian Phytopathology has instituted a feature called Online First Look. Within a few days of acceptance, papers by authors who choose to participate will be posted online. The papers have been peer reviewed and then revised as necessary by the authors but have not been copyedited, formatted, or assigned to an issue.


The date on which each paper is posted is considered the publication date. This paper has been peer reviewed and accepted for publication but has not yet been copyedited or proofread. The final published version may differ

 

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Posted: 2011-05-19
 
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Vol 69, No 3 (2016): Indian Phytopathology

Table of Contents

Awards and Honours

H.B. SINGH
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S.C. DUBEY
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M.K. NAIK
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Research Articles

ADITI SHARMA, A.K GUPTA*, DINESH SINGH, KISHORE KHOSLA and RISHI MAHAJAN
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P.P. GHOSH, S. DUTTA*, MATIYAR RAHAMAN KHAN and A. CHATTOPADYAY
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RITU BALA*, A. SHARMA, LENIKA KASHYAP, BINDU RANA, N.S. BAINS and I. SHARMA
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BHAGYASHALI V. HUDGE*, PRAMOD P. DESAI and G.D. DESHPANDE
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R. RAMESH*, G. ACHARI, T. ASOLKAR, M. DSOUZA and N.P. SINGH
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RAMAKANT GHARATE, NARENDRA SINGH* and S.M. CHAUDHARI
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K. MAHENDRA, P. BAISWAR*, S. CHANDRA, B.U. CHOUDHURY, D. MAJUMDER, T. RAJESH and D.M. FIRAKE
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A. KUMAR* and J.N. SHARMA
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SHRUTI KIRTI*, RUCHI SHARMA, BHAWNA DIPTA, ROHIT PAWAR, RAJESH KAUSHAL and NARENDER K. BHARAT
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MONICA SHARMA*, P.C. SHARMA, KIRTI KAUNDAL and HIMANSHU SHARMA
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NADIA ASHRAF, MOHD. YAQUB BHAT*, A.H. WANI, JAHINGIR A. KOKA and SHAZIA PARVEEN
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R. THAVA PRAKASA PANDIAN, M. RAJA, A. KUMAR and PRATIBHA SHARMA*
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POOJA KAPOOR*, ABHISHEK KATOCH, NAIYA SHARMA, PREM NATH SHARMA and SUBHASH DHANCHOLIA
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Short Communications

Response of rabi maize against common rust incited by Puccinia sorghi
V.K. MALIK* and R.S. CHAUHAN
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Inheritance of resistance in urdbean (Vigna mungo) to anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum truncatum
SHAYLA BINDRA*, R.K. MITTAL, V.K. SOOD and P.N. SHARMA
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Evaluation of different fungicides for effective management of Blumeriella leaf spot of cherry in Kashmir valley
KAMRAN AHMED KHAN*, SAJAD UN NABI and NISSAR AHMAD KHAN
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A new record of Fusarium oxysporum causing stem lodging, inflorescence and capsule rot in large cardamom
R. GOPI*, R.K. AVASTHE, H. KALITA, ASHISH YADAV, CHANDAN KAPOOR and CHANDA POUDYAL
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First report of leaf spot disease of culinary melon caused by Colletotrichum fructicola in India
S. NARMADHAVATHY*, KAMALA NAYAR, C. GOKULAPALAN and D. GEETHA
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