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COMPETITIVE SAPROPHYTIC ABILITY OF FUSARIUM ROSEUM F.SP. CEREALIS "CULMORUM" IN SOIL = APTITUDE SAPROPHYTE COMPETITIVE DE F.R. F.SP. C. "CULMORUM" DANS LE SOLNYVALL RF; KOMMEDAHL T.1973; PHYTOPATHOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1973; VOL. 63; NO 5; PP. 590-597; BIBL. 19 REF.Serial Issue

FUNGI PATHOGEN OR HOST DOMINANCE IN DISEASEKOMMEDAHL T; WINDELS CE.1979; ECOLOGY OF ROOT PATHOGENS; NLD; AMSTERDAM: ELSEVIER SCIENTIFIC; DA. 1979; VOL. 5; PP. 1-103; BIBL. 21 P.Book Chapter

KERNELS INFECTED WITH FUSARIUM MONILIFORME IN CORN CULTIVARS WITH OPAQUE-2 ENDOSPERM OR MALE-STERILE CYTOPLASM.OOKA JJ; KOMMEDAHL T.1977; PLANT DIS. REPORTER; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 61; NO 3; PP. 162-165; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

RHIZOSPHERE EFFECTS OF PEA SEED TREATMENT WITH PENICILLIUM OXALICUMWINDELS CE; KOMMEDAHL T.1982; PHYTOPATHOLOGY; ISSN 0031-949X; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 72; NO 2; PP. 190-194; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

ROOT-, STALK-, AND EAR-INFECTING FUSARIUM SPECIES ON CORN IN THE USAKOMMEDAHL T; WINDELS CE.1981; FUSARIUM: DISEASES, BIOLOGY, AND TAXONOMY; USA; UNIVERSITY PARK: PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV. PRESS; DA. 1981; PP. 94-103; BIBL. 85 REF.; ISBN 0-271-00293-XBook Chapter

FRISARIUM STALK ROT AND COMMON SMUT IN CORFIELDS OF SOUTHERN MINNESOTA IN 1976.KOMMEDAHL T; WINDELS CE.1977; PLANT DIS. REPORTER; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 61; NO 4; PP. 259-261; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

WIND AND RAIN DISPERSAL OF FUSARIUM MONILIFORME IN CORN FIELDS.OOKA JJ; KOMMEDAHL T.1977; PHYTOPATHOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 67; NO 8; PP. 1023-1026; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

BIOCONTROL OF CORN ROOT INFECTION IN THE FIELD BY SEED TREATMENT WITH ANTAGONISTS = LUTTE BIOLOGIQUE CONTRE L'INFECTION DES RACINES DE MAIS AU CHAMP, PAR LE TRAITEMENT DES SEMENCES AVEC DES ANTAGONISTESKOMMEDAHL T; I PIN CHANG MEW.1975; PHYTOPATHOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 65; NO 3; PP. 296-300; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

OCCURRENCE OF FUSARIUM SPECIES IN ROOTS AND STALKS OF SYMPTOMLESS CORN PLANTS DURING THE GROWING SEASONKOMMEDAHL T; WINDELS CE; STUCKER RE et al.1979; PHYTOPATHOLOGY; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 69; NO 9; PP. 961-966; BIBL. 27 REF.Article

GENOTYPE EFFECT OF CAPTAN-TREATED PEA SEED TO PYTHIUM ULTIMUM.OHH SH; KING TH; KOMMEDAHL T et al.1978; PLANT DIS. REPORTER; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 62; NO 3; PP. 196-199; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

KERNEL CROWN SPOT OF SWEET CORN.REILING TP; KOMMEDAHL T; VIDAVER A et al.1977; PLANT DIS. REPORTER; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 61; NO 10; PP. 827-829; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

ASSOCIATION OF FUSARIUM SPECIES WITH PICNIC BEETLES ON CORN EARS = ASSOCIATION DE F. SPP. ET DE GLISCHROCHILUS QUADRISIGNATUS SUR LES EPIS DE MAISWINDELS CE; WINDELS MB; KOMMEDAHL T et al.1976; PHYTOPATHOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 66; NO 3; PP. 328-331; BIBL. 16REF.Article

COMPARISON OF FUSARIUM POPULATIONS IN GRASSLANDS OF MINNESOTA AND ICELAND = COMPARAISON DES POPULATIONS DE F. DANS LES PRAIRIES DU MINNESOTA ET D'ISLANDEKOMMEDAHL T; WINDELS CE; LANG DS et al.1975; MYCOLOGIA; E.U.; DA. 1975; VOL. 67; NO 1; PP. 38-44; BIBL. 15REF.Article

Rhizosphere competence of Fusarium species colonizing corn rootsOCAMB, C. M; KOMMEDAHL, T.Phytopathology. 1994, Vol 84, Num 2, pp 166-172, issn 0031-949XArticle

Survival of teliospores of Sphacelotheca reiliana in soilMATYAC, C. A; KOMMEDAHL, T.Phytopathology. 1986, Vol 76, Num 5, pp 487-490, issn 0031-949XArticle

Occurence of chlorotic spots on corn seedlings infected with Sphacelotheca reiliana and their use in evaluation of head smut resistanceMATYAC, C. A; KOMMEDAHL, T.Plant disease. 1985, Vol 69, Num 3, pp 251-254, issn 0191-2917Article

Late-season colonization and survival of Fusarium graminearum group II in cornstalks in MinnesotaWINDELS, C. E; KOMMEDAHL, T.Plant disease. 1984, Vol 68, Num 9, pp 791-793, issn 0191-2917Article

ZEARALENONE, DEOXYNIVALENOL, AND T-2 TOXIN ASSOCIATED WITH STALK ROT IN CORNMIROCHA CJ; SCHAUERHAMER B; CHRISTENSEN CM et al.1979; APPL. ENVIRONMENT. MICROBIOL.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 38; NO 3; PP. 557-558; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

Factors affecting the development of head smut caused by Sphacelotheca reiliana on cornMATYAC, C. A; KOMMEDAHL, T.Phytopathology. 1985, Vol 75, Num 5, pp 577-581, issn 0031-949XArticle

Fusarium species stored on silica gel and soil for ten yearsWINDELS, C. E; BURNES, P. M; KOMMEDAHL, T et al.Mycologia. 1993, Vol 85, Num 1, pp 21-23, issn 0027-5514Article

Five-year preservation of Fusarium species on silica gel and soilWINDELS, C. E; BURNES, P. M; KOMMEDAHL, T et al.Phytopathology. 1988, Vol 78, Num 1, pp 107-109, issn 0031-949X, 3 p.Article

Growth of rhizosphere competent an incompetent Fusarium species from corn on carbon substratesOCAMB, C. M; KOMMEDAHL, T.Phytopathology. 1994, Vol 84, Num 5, pp 508-514, issn 0031-949XConference Paper

Occurrence of Fusarium species in symptom-free and overwintered cornstalks in northwestern MinnesotaWINDELS, C. E; KOMMEDAHL, T; STIENSTRA, W. C et al.Plant disease. 1988, Vol 72, Num 11, pp 990-993, issn 0191-2917Article

Prevalence and toxigenicity of Fusarium species from soils of Norway near the Arctic CircleKOMMEDAHL, T; ABBAS, H. K; BURNES, P. M et al.Mycologia. 1988, Vol 80, Num 6, pp 790-794, issn 0027-5514, 5 p.Article

Mycotoxin production by Fusarium oxysporum and Fusarium sporotrichioides isolated from Baccharis spp. from BrazilMIROCHA, C. J; ABBAS, H. K; KOMMEDAHL, T et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 1989, Vol 55, Num 1, pp 254-255, issn 0099-2240Article

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