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A Dictionary of Plant Pathology

By: Paul Holliday
536 pages, no illustrations
A Dictionary of Plant Pathology
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  • A Dictionary of Plant Pathology ISBN: 9780521594585 Edition: 2 Paperback Jun 2001 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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With over 11000 entries (3000 added for the new edition), this book briefly describes all important pathogens and many minor ones, including fungi from 500 genera, 800 viruses, bacteria, mollicutes, nematodes and viroids. There are notes on pathologists, disease names, crop pathology, fungicide names and terminology.


Acknowledgements; Introduction; For the user; Major texts; Abbreviations and conventions; Dictionary.

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Following a research career which focused on the pathology of the tropical crops cacao, black pepper and rubber, Paul Holliday spent 15 years as an Editor and Information Officer for the International Mycological Institute, Egham. He is also author of Fungus Diseases of Tropical Crops (1980), ISBN 0521 225299.
By: Paul Holliday
536 pages, no illustrations
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'! this dictionary is unique in its kind and completeness and undoubtedly it will be invaluable to all researchers working in applied plant pathology. The layout is pleasant and clear ! this book should be on the bookshelf of all plant pathologists and mycologists working with plant pathogenic organisms.' Liliane E. Petrini, SydowA--a '! this dictionary should be in the possession of everyone involved in plant pathology in any capacity.' D. D. Clarke, Mycologist 'This volume is a welcome and very useful addition to the litereture in phytopathology. It is one of the 'essential' new books that should be in every plant pathologist's library.' Phytopathology News 'There is no comparable book; this one was undertaken to fill the void in the literature. It would be very useful to researchers and students of plant pathology.' E. L. Williams, Choice 'The author has been successful in filling the gap in the literature by writing the first comprehensive dictionary of plant pathology. The work is authoritative, of interest to plant pathologists at all levels, and an essential addition to personal and library reference collections.' Elizabeth B. Davis, ARBA 'It is a pleasure to report the issue of the second edition ! this is a standard reference work.' Mycotaxon 'Now in paperback ! it is a terrific bargain ! an excellent and scholarly production that should certainly find a regular place on the desks, rather than bookshelves of all those interested in plant diseases, their causes and control.' J. M. Duncan, Journal of Experimental Agriculture ' ! the author deserves full credit for his enormous effort to compile such a dictionary. The book can be recommended as a standard reference source for plant pathology institutions and libraries.' Journal of Phytopathology
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