Library - Bibliographies - Canker

1914

Berger, E.W. 1914. Citrus Canker In The Gulf Coast Country, With Notes On The Extent Of Citrus Culture In The Localities Visited. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, May, 1914.27 1-6.

Berger, E.W., H.E. Stevens, and F. Stirling. 1914. Citrus Canker....II. Bulletin 124:27-53.

Edgerton, C.W. 1914. Citrus Canker. Louisiana Bulletin 150:1-10.

1915

Hasse, C.H. 1915. Pseudomonas citri the cause of citrus canker. Journal of Agricultural Research. 4: 97-100, plates.

1916

Doidge, E.M. 1916. The Origin and Cause of Citrus Canker in South Africa. science bulletin 8:3-20.

Edgerton, C.W.and J.B. Garrett. 1916. Citrus Canker. circular 15:1-11.

Newell, W. 1916. Citrus Canker Investigations. quarterly bulletin 1:1-10.

1917

Newell, W. 1917. Citrus Canker. Monthly Bulletin 7:263-268.

1918

Lee, H.A. 1918. Further data on the susceptibility of Rutaceous plants to citrus canker. Journal of Agricultural Research. 15: 661-665, plates.

Peltier, G.L.and D.C. Neal. 1918. Overwintering of the Citrus-Canker Organsim in the Bark Tissue of Hardy Citrus Hybrids. Journal of Agricultural Research. 14: 523-524.

1919

Lee, H.A. 1919. The Susceptibility of a Non-Rutaceous Host to Citrus Canker. Science. 49: 499-500.

1920

Make heavy cut in canker fund. Citrus Industry. 1: 21.

Will fight black fly and citrus canker. Citrus Industry. 1: 3-4.

Fulton, H.R. 1920. Decline of Pseudomonas Citri In The Soil. Journal of Agricultural Research. 19: 207-223.

Lee, C.Y.L. 1920. Action of Some Fungicides On The Citrus Canker Organism. Phillipine Journal of Science. 17: 325-341.

Lee, H.A. 1920. Behavior of the citrus-canker organism in the soil. Journal of Agricultural Research. 19: 189-205, plates.

Peltier, G.L. 1920. Influence of Temperature and Humidity on the Growth of Pseudomonas Citri and its Host Plants and on Infection and Development of the Disease. Journal of Agricultural Research. 20: 447-506.

Peltier, G.L.and W.J. Frederich. 1920. Relative Susceptibility to Citrus-Canker of Different Species and Hybrids of the genus Citrus, Including the Wild Relatives. Journal of Agricultural Research. 19: 339-362.

1921

No outbreak of citrus canker. Citrus Industry. 2: 18.

Louisiana satsuma growers threatened by citrus canker. Citrus Industry. 2: 7.

Keeping citrus canker out of Florida. Citrus Industry. 2: 16.

Lee, H.A. 1921. Citrus Canker control: A progress report of experiements. Philippine Journal of Science. 19: 129-171, plates.

McLean, F.T. 1921. A Study of the structure of the stomata of two species of citrus in relation to citrus canker. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 48: 101-106.

1922

Plant commissioner reports on canker situation. Citrus Industry. 3: 13.

Secretary Wallace favors appropriation. Citrus Industry. 3: 5.

More inspectors may be needed in groves at Davie. Citrus Industry. 3: 5.

Fighting fruit pests. Citrus Industry. 3: 7.

To study citrus canker problems. Citrus Industry. 3: 26.

Lee, H.A. 1922. Relation of the age of citrus tissues to the susceptibility to citrus canker. Philippine Journal of Science. 20: 331-341.

Lee, H.A.and A. Shino. 1922. Citrus canker control experiments in Japan. Philippine Journal of Science. 20: 121-151, plates.

McLean, F.T.and H.A. Lee. 1922. Pressures required to cause stomatal infections with the citru-canker organism. Phil J Sci. 20: 309-321.

McLean, F.T.and H.A. Lee. 1922. Pressures required to cause stomatal infections with the citrus canker organism. Philippine Journal of Science. 20: 309-320.

1923

Florida not alone a sufferer from citrus canker. Citrus Industry. 4: 17.

Farmers' and fruit growers' week. Citrus Industry. 4: 28.

Citrus Canker Report. Citrus Industry. 4: 32.

Floyd, B.F. 1923. Florida State Horticultural Society. Citrus Industry. 4: 8-9.

Stirling, F. 1923. The present status of citrus canker. Citrus Industry. 4: 22, 24.

1924

Peltier, G.L. 1924. Further Studies on the Relative Susceptibility to Citrus Canker of Different Species and Hybrids of the Genus Citrus, Including the Wild Relatives. Journal of Agricultural Research. 28: 227-239.

1929

Doidge, E.M. 1929. Further Citrus Canker Studies. bulletin 51:3-31.

1931

Bertus, L.S. 1931. Spraying Against Canker of Citrus. Tropical Agriculturist, Ceylon. 76: 337-339.

1934

Loucks, K.W. 1934. Citrus Canker and Its Eradication in Florida. report:85. (manuscript not a refereed publication, some pagination variables)

1938

Reid, W.D. 1938. Citrus-canker in New Zealand. NZ J Sci Tech. 20: 55a-62a.

1944

Reid, W.D. 1944. Resistance of Poorman's Orange against Citrus Canker. plant disease bulletin 67:170-173.

1952

Chowdhury, S. 1952. Some observations on citrus canker in Assam. Sci Cult. 18: 246-248.

Hafiz, A. 1952. A Useful Spray For Controlling Citrus Canker, Citrus Wither Tip And Citrus Psylla. The Punjab Fruit Journal. 16: 1-3.

1953

Childs, J.F.L. 1953. Concentric canker and wood rot of citrus associated with fomes applanatus in Florida. Phytopathology. 43: 99-100.

1954

Knorr, L.C. 1954. Juvenile Spot of Citrus. Idia. 82: 2-3.

1955

Phillipe, J. 1955. Comment reconnaitre et controler les principaux ennemis des agrumes au Congo belge. Bull Inf INEAC. 4: 13-25.

1956

Calavan, E.C. 1956. Citrus canker- A bacterial disease caused by Xanthomonas citri:259-262.

1957

Bitancourt, A.A. 1957. O cancro citrico. O Biologico. 23: 101-111.

1958

Camp, A.F. 1958. Citrus Canker in Brazil. Citrus Industry. 20: 9-10,22.

Dye, D.W. 1958. Host Specificity in Xanthomonas. Nature. 182: 1813-1814.

1962

Dye, D.W. 1962. The inadequacy of the usual determinative tests for the identification of Xantomonas SPP. New Zealand Journal of Science and Techology. 5: 393-416.

1964

Knorr, C.L. 1964. A Rind Spot Of Sweet Orange That Mimics Citrus Canker. Citrus Industry. 43: 9-10.

1965

Kitajima, H. 1965. Results of joint tests on controlling effect of some antibiotics against citrus canker. Japan Plant Prot Assoc. 40: 1-23.

1966

Dye, D.W. 1966. A comparative study of some atypical "xanthomonads". New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research. 9: 843-854.

Dye, D.W. 1966. Cultural and biochemical reactions of additional Xantomonas spp. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research. 9: 913-919.

Liu, K.-C. 1966. Studies on the control of citrus canker. Journal of Taiwan agricultural research--Nong ye yan jiu. 15: 49-52.

1968

Cooper, W.C., R. Fenton, and W.H. Henry. 1968. Recovery of Florida citrus trees from freeze injury. International Citrus Symposium (1st : 1968 : Riverside, California), Riverside, California USA, 1969.2 565-569.

Goto, M. 1968. Studies on citrus canker in Japan. International Citrus Symposium (1st : 1968 : Riverside, California), Riverside, California USA, 1969.3 1251-1252.

1969

Koizumi, M. 1969. Ecological Studies on Citrus Canker Caused by Xanthomonas citri. bulletin 9:117-127.

1972

Sinha, M.K., R.C. Batra, and D.K. Uppal. 1972. Role of citrus leaf-miner (Phyllocnistis citrella Stainton), on the prevalence and severity of citrus canker (Xanthomonas citri (Hasse) Dowson). Madras Agricultural Journal. 59: 240-245.

1973

Namekata, T. 1973. Bacteriophages, Cp-1 and Cp-2 behavior to the causal agents of different types of citrus canker. Congreso Mundial de Citricultura (1st : 1973 : Murcia, Spain (City) and Valencia), Murcia and Valencia, Spain, 1974-1977.2 663-664.

Namekata, T.and E. Balmer. 1973. Comparative studies on pathogenicity among causal agents of the three citrus canker. Congreso Mundial de Citricultura (1st : 1973 : Murcia, Spain (City) and Valencia), Murcia and Valencia, Spain, 1974-1977.2 659-662.

Raychaudhuri, S.P., T.K. Nariani, V.C. Lele, and G.R. Singh. 1973. Non-virus diseases of citrus and the citrus die-back complex in India. Congreso Mundial de Citricultura (1st : 1973 : Murcia, Spain (City) and Valencia), Murcia and Valencia, Spain, 1974-1977.2 603-607.

1974

Nonaka, F., S. Yamaguchi, and T. Ota. 1974. A Phytoalexin- like substance isolated from leaves infected with citrus canker and its antifungal action. Proceedings of the Association of Plant Protein.20 97-99.

Padmanabhan, D., P. Vidhyasekaran, and C.K.S. Rajagopalan. 1974. Changes In Phytosynthesis And Carbohydrates Content In Canker And Halo Regions In Xanthomonas Citri Infected Citrus Leaves. Indian Phytopathology. 27: 215-218.

1975

Goto, M., K. Ohta, and N. Okabe. 1975. Studies on Saprophytic Survival of Xanthomonas citri. Annals of Phytopathological Society of Japan. 41: 141-147.

1976

Raj, S.A., N. Ramadoss, and N.J. Ahmed. 1976. Reaction of citrus varieties to canker infection and leaf miner attack:164-166.

1977

Amyx, C.M. 1977. Plant quarantine regulations of citrus. International Citrus Congress (2nd : 1977 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 1977.1 232.

Koizumi, M. 1977. Relation of temperature to the development of citrus canker lesions in the spring. International Citrus Congress (2nd : 1977 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 1977.3 924-928.

Miller, J.W., C.P. Seymour, and H.C. Burnett. 1977. Citrus Canker. circular 180:1-2.

Rossetti, V. 1977. Citrus canker in Latin America: a review. International Citrus Congress (2nd : 1977 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 1977.3 918-924.

Seymour, C.P.and H.C. Burnett. 1977. Citrus canker. Plant Pathology Circular 180.

1978

DuCharme, E.P., R.E. Stall, and C.P. Seymour. 1978. Citrus Canker in Argentina. report:1-59.

Myers, L.H. 1978. The Brazilian citrus industry: an overview:24pp.

1979

Koizumi, M. 1979. Ultrastructural changes in susceptible and resistant plants of citrus following artificial inoculation with Xanthomonas citri (Hasse) Dowson. Ann Phytopath Soc Japan. 45: 635-644.

1981

Arocena, G.and F. Favaro. 1981. The program for control and prevention of citrus bacterial canker disease ( Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri ) in Uruguay. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 409-414.

Civerolo, E.L. 1981. Citrus bacterial canker disease: an overview. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 390-394.

Koizumi, M. 1981. Resistance of citrus plants to bacterial canker disease: a review. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 402-405.

Laville, E.Y.and A.J. Chalandon. 1981. Control of Phytophthora gummosis in citrus with foliar sprays of fosetyl Al, a new systemic fungicide. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 346-349.

Lopez, M.M.and L. Navarro. 1981. A new in vitro inoculation method for citrus canker diagnosis. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 399-402.

Miyakawa, T.and A. Yamaguchi. 1981. Citrus diseases in Japan. Japan Plant Protection Association, Tokyo, Japan.

Rosillo, M.A., S. Rivera Flores, O.d.R.d. Coll, S.R. Flores, and O.d.R. De Coll. 1981. Experimental tests with insects involving the dissemination of the bacterium Xanthomonas citri (Hasse) Dowson. IDIA: 100-118.

Rossetti, V., E. Feichtenberger, and M.L. Silveira. 1981. Citrus canker ( Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri): an analytical bibliography. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 418-419.

Serizawa, S. 1981. Recent studies on the behavior of the causal bacterium of the citrus canker. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 395-397.

Stall, R.E., J.W. Miller, G.M. Marco, and B.I.C. Canteros de Echenique. 1981. Timing of sprays to control cancrosis of grapefruit in Argentina. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 414-417.

Ueda, M., N. Noguchi, and K. Mishima. 1981. Growing navel oranges by covering with vinyl film roof. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 328-331.

Wu, W.C., B.C. Yang, and M.L. Huang. 1981. ØXW116, a temperate phage for Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri . International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 397-399.

Zubrzycki, H.M.and A. Diamante de Zubrzycki. 1981. Resistance to Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri (Hasse) Dowson in oranges ( Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck). International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 405-409.

1982

Rossetti, V., E. Feichtenberger, and M.L. Silveira. 1982. Citrus Canker: An analytical bibliography. Instituto Biologico, Sao Paulo.

1983

Koizumi, M. 1983. Relationship between wound-healing process of citrus leaf tissues and successful infection through wounds by Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri (Hasse) Dye. Ann Phytopath Soc Japan. 49: 352-360.

1984

Quarantine Regulations Make Even Routine Operations Difficult as State Struggles to Halt Disease Spread. Citrograph. 70: 28-29,42.

Dread disease found in Florida citrus nurseries. Citrus Industry. 65: 5,8, 53.

Bach, E.E., M.L.V. Carvalho, J. Rodrigues Neto, V.A. Malavolta Jr., and V. Rossetti. 1984. Efficiency of desinfestant compounds to exclude the citrus canker organism from collecting boxes. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 391-393.

Bach, E.E.and V. Rossetti. 1984. A review of serological studies on Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri in Brazil. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 361-362.

Carvalho, M.L.V., V.A. Malavolta Jr., D.A. Palazzo, V. Rossetti, and E.M.C. Nogueira. 1984. Survival of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri (Hasse) Dye in soil in nonhost plants. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 368-370.

Ferguson, J., T. Schubert, and J. Miller. 1984. Citrus Canker. fruit crops fact sheet 72:4pp.

Ferguson, J.J. 1984. Citrus Canker in Dooryard Plantings. Fact Sheet 73.

García-Peña, J.R.and A. Barreto-Villalobos. 1984. Symptomatology description and fluctuation of the bacterial disease in Mexican lime at Colima, Mexico. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 319-323.

Garza-López, J.G.and V.M. Medina-Urrutia. 1984. Diseases of Mexican lime Citrus aurantifolia (Christm.) Swingle in Mexico. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 311-315.

Jones, D.R. 1984. Citrus Canker: Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri. Plant Quarantine Leaflet 12.

Leite Jr., R.P.and S.K. Mohan. 1984. Evaluation of citrus cultivars for resistance to canker caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri (Hasse) Dye in the State of Parana, Brazil. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 385-389.

Leite, R.P.and S.K. Mohan. 1984. Survival of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri (Hasse) Dye in soil and in association with some gramineous plants. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 365-368.

Malavolta Jr., V.A., M.L.V. Carvalho, J. Rodrigues Neto, V. Rossetti, E.M.C. Nogueira, and D.A. Palazzo. 1984. Reaction of different Citrus and relatives to bacterial cancrosis C ( Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri [Hasse] Dye). International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 363-364.

Medina-Urrutia, V.M. 1984. Spatial distribution patterns of citrus bacteriosis on Mexican lime trees and sample sizes for detecting the disease. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 315-318.

Nishiura, M., I. Ueno, Y. Yamada, T. Yoshida, M. Iwamasa, and T. Kihara. 1984. 'Kiyomi' a new tangor in Japan. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.1 68-70.

Nishiura, M., I. Ueno, Y. Yamada, T. Yoshida, T. Kihara, and M. Iwamasa. 1984. The 'Sweet Spring' hybrid in Japan. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.1 70-72.

Palazzo, D., V.A. Malavolta Jr., E.M.C. Nogueira, and V. Rossetti. 1984. Epidemiological observations on Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri (Hasse) Dye in relation to different citrus species and varieties. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 382-385.

Sánchez-Anguiano, H.M.and F.A. Félix-Castro. 1984. An overview of citrus canker (bacteriosis) on Mexican lime at Tecomán, Colima, Mexico. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 323-324.

Silveira, M.d.L.and C.C. Tamandare Uchoa, 1984. Citrus Canker Bibliography 1981-1984 updating.

Stall, R.E., G.M. Marco, and B.I. Canteros. 1984. Association of Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae with citrus canker in Argentina. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 389-391.

Zubrzycki, H.M.and A. Diamante de Zubrzycki. 1984. Relationship between the amount of inoculum and the infection caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri on citrus seedlings through natural infections in the field. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 379-382.

1985

Canteros de Echenique, B.I., D. Zagory, and R.E. Stall. 1985. A medium for cultivation of the b-strain of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri, Cause of Cancrosis B. in Argentina and Uruguay. Plant Disease. 69: 122-123.

Koizumi, M., 1985. Citrus Canker: The World Situation. In: I. Symposium (Ed., pp. 1.

Lee, R.F. 1985. Citrus Canker: An International Perspective A Symposium in Celebration of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Centennial. report:6pp.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, N., and Forestry.,. 1985. Citrus canker : hearing before the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, second session, October 1, 1984, Orlando, FL. U.S. G.P.O., Washington.

Whiteside, J.O. 1985. Canker Threat: How serious a threat is canker to Florida citrus production. Citrus Industry. 66: 8,10,12-14,16-17.

1986

Kender, W.J. 1986. Citrus Canker: Research on the Detection, Characterization, Biology, and Control. annual report 1985-1986:6-90.

Muraro, R.P. 1986. Observations of Argentina's citrus industry and citrus canker control program with estimations of additional costs to Florida growers under a Florida Citrus Canker Control program. Staff Paper Series Staff Paper 289:46.

Muraro, R.P. 1986. A Review of Argentina's citrus canker control program with cost estimates for a similar program in Florida. bulletin 234:1-38.

Webb, P.G., R.H. Biggs, J.E. Gander, and M.E. Meadows. 1986. In vivo enhancement of citrus canker symptomatology by xanthanan gum interaction. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.99 211-213.

1987

Brown, E.G.and T.S. Schubert. 1987. Use of Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria to Evaluate Surface Disinfectants for Canker Quarantine Treatment of Citrus Fruit. Plant Disease. 71: 319-323.

Brown, G.E. 1987. Effect of experimental bacterial disinfectants applied to oranges on postharvest decay. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.100 20-22.

Ferguson, J.J., T. Schubert, and J. Miller. 1987. Citrus Canker. Fact Sheet FC-72.

Nemec, S. 1987. Fusarium solani association with branch and trunk cankers on citrus weakened by cold weather in Florida. Mycopathologia. 97: 143-150.

Webb, P.G., R.H. Biggs, and J.E. Gander. 1987. Citrus canker--the role of enzymes and xanthan gum in infection and spread of the pathogen. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.100 77-78.

1988

Cook, A.A. 1988. Association of citrus canker pustules with leaf miner tunnels in North Yemen. Plant Disease. 72: 546.

Gottwald, T.R., E.L. Civerolo, S.M. Garnsey, R.H. Brlansky, J.H. Graham, and D.W. Gabriel. 1988. Dynamics and Spatial Distribution of Xanthomonas Campestris pv. citri Group E Strains in Simulated Nursery and New Grove Situations. Plant Disease. 72: 781-787.

Graham, J.H.and T.R. Gottwald. 1988. Citrus Canker and Citrus Bacterial Spot in Florida: Research Findings - Future Considerations. Citrus Industry. 69: 42-45,48-51.

Koizumi, M. 1988. Mechanism of disease development and host resistance of citrus canker. International Symposium of Citrus Canker, Declínio/Blight and Similar Diseases : proceedings, Campinas, SP, Brasil138-144.

Palazzo, D.A., E.M.C. Nogueira, and L.C. Ceravolo. 1988. Citrus canker [Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri (Hasse) Dye]: disease progress in time in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. International Citrus Congress (6th : 1988 : Tel Aviv, Israel), Tel Aviv, Israel, 1989.2 1005-1011.

Timmer, L.W. 1988. Evaluation of bactericides for control of citrus canker in Argentina. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.101 6-9.

1989

Dienelt, M.M.and R.H. Lawson. 1989. Histopathology of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri from Florida and Mexico in wound-inoculated detached leaves of Citrus aurantifolia: transmission electron microscopy. Phytopathology. 79: 336-348.

Graham. 1989. Population dynamics and survival of Xanthomonas campestris in soil in citrus nurseries in Maryland and Argentina. Plant Disease. 73: 423-427.

Graham, J.H., T.R. Gottwald, E.L. Civerolo, and R.G. McGuire. 1989. Population Dynamics and Survival of Xanthomonas Campestris in Soil in Citrus Nurseries in Maryland and Argentina. Plant Disease. 73: 423-426.

Lawson, R.H. 1989. Histopathology of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri from Florida and Mexico in wound-inoculated detached leaves of Citrus aurantifolia: light and scanning electron microscopy. Phytopathology. 79: 329-335.

Nemec, S., D. Myhre, and H. Burnett. 1989. Stress responses in citrus induced with soil applications of urea, ammonium nitrate, and ammonium hydroxide. Proceedings Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida. 48: 111-117.

Timmer, L.W.and J.H. Graham. 1989. Florida citrus canker five years hence. California Grower. 70: 14,16,18.

1990

Brlansky, R.H., R.F. Lee, and E.L. Civerolo. 1990. Detection of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citrumelo and X. citri from citrus using membrane entrapment immunofluorescence. Plant Disease. 74: 863-868.

Egel, D.S., J.H. Graham, and T.D. Riley. 1990. Population Dynamics of Strains of Xanthomonas campestris Differing in Aggressiveness on Swingle Citrumelo and Grapefruit. Phytopathology. 81: 666-671.

Graham, J.H.and T.R. Gottwald. 1990. Susceptibility of citrus, poncirus and their hybrids to citrus bacterial. Citrus Industry. 71: 48-49.

Graham, J.H.and T.R. Gottwald. 1990. Variation in aggressiveness of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citrumelo associated with citrus bacterial spot in Florida citrus nurseries. Phytopathology. 80: 190-196.

Graham, J.H., T.R. Gottwald, and D. Fardelmann. 1990. Cultivar-Specific Interactions for Strains of Xanthomonas-Campestris from Florida That Cause Citrus Canker and Citrus Bacterial Spot. Plant Disease. 74: 753-756.

Graham, J.H., J.S. Hartung, R.E. Stall, and A.R. Chase. 1990. Pathological, restriction-fragment length polymorphism, and fatty acid profile relationships between Xanthomonas campestris from citrus and noncitrus hosts. Phytopathology. 80: 829-836.

Matsumoto, R.and N. Okudai. 1990. Inheritance of Resistance to Bacterial Canker Disease in Citrus. J Jpn Soc Hort Sci. 59: 9-14.

1991

Alvarez, A.M., A.A. Benedict, C.Y. Mizumoto, L.W. Pollard, and E.L. Civerolo. 1991. Analysis of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri and X. c. citrumelo with monoclonal antibodies. Phytopathology. 81: 857-865.

Davis, C.L.and R.H. Brlansky. 1991. Use of immunogold labelling with scanning electron microscopy to identify phytopathogenic bacteria on leaf surfaces. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 57: 3052-3055.

Dutta, S.and R.H. Biggs. 1991. Regulation of Ethylene Biosynthesis in Citrus Leaves Infected with Xanthomonas-Campestris pv. Citri. Physiologia Plantarum. 82: 225-230.

Egel, D.S., J.H. Graham, and R.E. Stall. 1991. Genomic relatedness of Xanthomonas campestris strains causing diseases of citrus. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 57: 2724-2730.

Gottwald, T.R., A.M. Alvarez, J.S. Hartung, and A.A. Benedict. 1991. Diversity of Xanthomonas-Campestris pv. Citrumelo Strains Associated with Epidemics of Citrus Bacterial Spot in Florida Citrus Nurseries - Correlation of Detached Leaf, Monoclonal Antibody, and Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism Assays. Phytopathology. 81: 749-753.

Graham, J.H.and T.R. Gottwald. 1991. Control measures for citrus bacterial spot in nurseries and packinghouses. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.104 169-173.

Graham, J.H.and T.R. Gottwald. 1991. Research Perspectives on Eradication of Citrus Bacterial Diseases in Florida. Plant Disease. 75: 1193-1200.

Stall, R.E.and E.L. Civerolo. 1991. Research relating to the recent outbreak of citrus canker. Annu Rev Phytopathol. 29: 399-420.

Swarup, S., R. Defeyter, R.H. Brlansky, and D.W. Gabriel. 1991. A Pathogenicity Locus from Xanthomonas-Citri Enables Strains from Several Pathovars of X-Campestris to Elicit Cankerlike Lesions on Citrus. Phytopathology. 81: 802-809.

Timmer, L.W., T.R. Gottwald, and S.E. Zitko. 1991. Bacterial Exudation from Lesions of Asiatic Citrus Canker and Citrus Bacterial Spot. Plant Disease. 75: 192-195.

1992

Canteros, B.I. 1992. Changes in the resistance of developing citrus fruit to canker. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 825-827.

Danos, E., R.F. Bonazzola, and C.M. Raya. 1992. Advance in space of epidemic fronts of citrus canker in commercial groves. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 821-824.

Goto, M. 1992. Citrus canker, p. 170-208. In: J. Kumar, H.S. Chaube, U.S. Singh, and A.N. Mukhopadhyay (eds.). Plant-diseases-of-international-importance.-Volume-III.-Diseases-of-fruit-crops. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.

Gottwald, T.R.and J.H. Graham. 1992. A Device for Precise and Nondisruptive Stomatal Inoculation of Leaf Tissue with Bacterial Pathogens. Phytopathology. 82: 930-935.

Gottwald, T.R., J.H. Graham, and S.M. Richie. 1992. Relationship of Leaf Surface Populations of Strains of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citrumelo to Development of Citrus Bacterial Spot and Persistence of Disease Symptoms. Phytopathology. 82: 625-632.

Gottwald, T.R., K.M. Reynolds, C.L. Campbell, and L.W. Timmer. 1992. Spatial and Spatiotemporal Autocorrelation Analysis of Citrus Canker Epidemics in Citrus Nurseries and Groves in Argentina. Phytopathology. 82: 843-851.

Graham, J.H., T.R. Gottwald, T.D. Riley, and D. Achor. 1992. Penetration Through Leaf Stomata and Growth of Strains of Xanthomonas campestris in Citrus Cultivars Varying in Susceptibility to Bacterial Diseases. Phytopathology. 82: 1319-1325.

Graham, J.H., T.R. Gottwald, T.D. Riley, and M.A. Bruce. 1992. Susceptibility of Citrus Fruit to Bacterial Spot and Citrus Canker. Phytopathology. 82: 452-457.

Hernandez, C., S.F. Elena, A. Moya, and R. Flores. 1992. Pear Blister Canker Viroid Is a Member of the Apple Scar Skin Subgroup (Apscaviroids) and Also Has Sequence Homology with Viroids from Other Subgroups. J Gen Virol. 73: 2503-2507.

Jiao, H.J., S.Y. Wang, and E.L. Civerolo. 1992. Lipid Composition of Citrus Leaves from Plants Resistant and Susceptible to Citrus Bacterial Canker. Journal of Phytopathology. 135: 48-56.

Jiao, H.J., S.Y. Wang, and E.L. Civerolo. 1992. Enzymatic Activities of Citrus Leaves from Plants Resistant and Susceptible to Citrus Bacterial Canker Disease. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 32: 465-470.

Magnano di San Lio, G. 1992. Integrated management of bacterial and fungal diseases of citrus in the Mediterranean region. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.3 1273-1277.

Pruvost, O., J.S. Hartung, E.L. Civerolo, C. Dubois, and X. Perrier. 1992. Plasmid DNA Fingerprints Distinguish Pathotypes of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri, the Causal Agent of Citrus Bacterial Canker Disease. Phytopathology. 82: 485-490.

Venkateswarlu, C.and S. Ramapandu. 1992. Compatability of fungicides and bactericide with insecticides in the control of citrus canker and leafminer in acidlime. Indian Journal of Plant Protection. 20: 27-31.

Venkateswarlu, C.and S. Ramapandu. 1992. Relationship between incidence of canker and leafminer in acid lime and sathgudi sweet orange. Indian Phytopathology. 45: 227-228.

1993

1993. Report On The Citrus Canker Compensation Program. report:1-37.

Bach, E.E.and A.P.C. Alba. 1993. Cross-Reactive Antigens Between Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri Pathotypes and Citrus Species. Journal of Phytopathology. 138: 84-88.

Berthier, Y., V. Verdier, J.L. Guesdon, D. Chevrier, J.B. Denis, G. Decoux, and M. Lemattre. 1993. Characterization of Xanthomonas campestris Pathovars by rRNA Gene Restriction Patterns. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 59: 851-859.

Gottwald, T.R., J.H. Graham, E.L. Civerolo, H.C. Barrett, and C.J. Hearn. 1993. Differential Host Range Reaction of Citrus and Citrus Relatives to Citrus Canker and Citrus Bacterial Spot Determined by Leaf Mesophyll Susceptibility. Plant Disease. 77: 1004-1009.

Legard, D.E., C.F. Aquadro, and J.E. Hunter. 1993. DNA Sequence Variation and Phylogenetic Relationships Among Strains of Pseudomonas syringae pv. Syringae Inferred from Restriction Site Maps and Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism. Appl Environ Microbiol. 59: 4180-4188.

Palleroni, N.J., D.C. Hildebrand, M.N. Schroth, and M. Hendson. 1993. Deoxyribonucleic Acid Relatedness of 21 Strains of Xanthomonas Species and Pathovars. J Appl Bacteriol. 75: 441-446.

Wu, W.C., S.T. Lee, H.F. Kuo, and L.Y. Wang. 1993. Use of Phages for Identifying the Citrus Canker Bacterium Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri in Taiwan. Plant Path. 42: 389-395.

Yang, P., L. Vauterin, M. Vancanneyt, J. Swings, and K. Kersters. 1993. Application of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters for the Taxonomic Analysis of the Genus Xanthomonas. Systematic and Applied Microbiology. 16: 47-71.

1994

Leite, R.P., D.S. Egel, and R.E. Staal. 1994. Genetic Analysis of hrp-Related DNA Sequences of Xanthomonas campestris Strains Causing Diseases of Citrus. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 60: 1078-1086.

McManus, P.S.and A.L. Jones. 1994. Role of Wind-Driven Rain, Aerosols, and Contaminated Budwood in Incidence and Spatial Pattern of Fire Blight in an Apple Nursery. Plant Disease. 78: 1059-1066.

Yang, Y.N., R. Defeyter, and D.W. Gabriel. 1994. Host-specific symptoms and increased release of Xanthomonas citri and X- campestris pv malvacearum from leaves are determined by the 102-bp tandem repeats of pthA and avrb6, respectively. Molecular Plant Microbe Interaction. 7: 345-355.

1995

Boher, B., K. Kpemoua, M. Nicole, J. Luisetti, and J.P. Geiger. 1995. Ultrastructure of interactions between cassava and Xanthomonas campestris pv manihotis: Cytochemistry of cellulose and pectin degradation in a susceptible cultivar. Phytopathology. 85: 777-788.

Camann, M.A., A.K. Culbreath, J. Pickering, J.W. Todd, and J.W. Demski. 1995. Spatial and temporal patterns of spotted wilt epidemics in peanut. Phytopathology. 85: 879-885.

El-hamalawi, Z.A., J.A. Menge, and C.J. Adams. 1995. Methods of fosetyl-Al application and phosphonate levels in avocado tissue needed to control stem canker caused by Phytophthora citricola. Plant Disease. 79: 770-778.

Gottwald, T.R.and L.W. Timmer. 1995. The efficacy of windbreaks in reducing the spread of citrus canker caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri. Trop Agr. 72: 194-201.

1996

Hartung, J.S., O.P. Pruvost, I. Villemot, and A. Alvarez. 1996. Rapid and sensitive colorimetric detection of xanthomonas a xonopodis pv citri by immunocapture and a nested-polymerase chain reaction assay. Phytopathology. 86: 95-101.

Koizumi, M., E. Kimijima, T. Tsukamoto, M. Togawa, and S. Masui. 1996. Dispersion of citrus canker bacteria in droplets and prevention with windbreaks. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.1 340-344.

Schubert, T.S., J.W. Miller, and D.W. Gabriel. 1996. Another outbreak of bacterial canker on citrus in Florida. Plant Disease. 80: 1208.

Timmer, L.W. 1996. Miami canker discovery shows need for vigilance. Fla Grow Ranch. 89: .

Timmer, L.W., S.E. Zitko, and T.R. Gottwald. 1996. Population dynamics of Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri on symptomatic and asymptomatic citrus leaves under various environmental conditions. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.1 448-451.

1997

Akhtar, M.A., M.H. Rahber Bhatti, and M. Aslam. 1997. Antimicrobial activity of plant decoction against Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri on detached citrus leaves. Tropical Agriculture. 74: 226-228.

Alizadeh, A., M. Arlat, A. Sarrafi, C.A. Boucher, and G. Barrault. 1997. Restriction fragment length polymorphism analyses of Iranian strains of Xanthomonas campestris from cereals and grasses. Plant Disease. 81: 31-35.

Gonzalez Segnana, L.R., N.V. Villalba, A. Armadans, K. Shohara, and L.W. Timmer. 1997. Incidence of tristeza and other diseases in Paraguay. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, Orlando, FL.110 43-46.

Gottwald, T.R.and J.H. Graham. 1997. The influence of spray adjuvants on exacerbation of citrus bacterial spot. Plant Disease. 81: 1305-1310.

Gottwald, T.R., J.H. Graham, and T.S. Schubert. 1997. Citrus canker in urban Miami: An analysis of spread and prognosis for the future. Citrus Industry. 78: 72-78.

Gottwald, T.R., J.H. Graham, and T.S. Schubert. 1997. An epidemiological analysis of the spread of citrus canker in urban Miami, Florida, and synergistic interaction with the Asian citrus leafminer. Fruits, Paris. 52: 383-390.

Hsu, H., A. Hwang, H.T. Hsu, A.S. Hwang, Y. Chen, and L. Chang. 1997. Citrus breeding - culture and selection of hybrids. Proceedings of a symposium on enhancing competitiveness of fruit industry, Taichung, Taiwan, 20 21 March 1997.No. 38 7-12.

Prasad, M.B.N.V., R. Singh, A. Rekha, and R. Chand. 1997. Evaluation of lemon cultivars and acid lime X lemon hybrids for resistance to Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri. Scientia Horticulturae. 71: 267-272.

Shams Bakhsh, M.and H. Rahimian. 1997. Comparative study on agents of citrus blast and bacterial canker of stone fruits in Mazandaran. Iranian Journal of Plant Pathology. 33: 44-47 (En).

Timmer, L.W. 1997. Give me a break... Florida Grower and Rancher. 90: 16.

1998

Brlansky, R., K. Derrick, R. Lee, P. Timmer, and J. Graham. 1998. Important Diseases of Florida Citrus. Citrus Industry. 79: 20-24.

Chen, Z.and Z.S. Chen. 1998. Control of canker of citrus with copper-ammonium WC. Journal of Zhejiang Forestry College. 15: 108-110.

Costacurta, A., P. Mazzafera, and Y.B. Rosato. 1998. Indole-3-acetic acid biosynthesis by Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri is increased in the presence of plant leaf extracts. FEMS microbiology letters. 159: 215-220.

Gaskalla, R. 1998. Current status of the citrus canker and the Mediterranean fruit fly (Medfly) eradication programs. Florida Agricultural Conference and Trade Show (FACTS), Lakeland, FL, September 29-30, 199816-18.

Gaskalla, R. 1998. Citrus Canker Eradication In Florida With Emphsis On The Current Dade County, Florida Program. Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Service, Lakeland, Florida, 199822-23.

Graham, J.H. 1998. Citrus canker: Control efforts in Brazil; prognosis for Florida. Citrus Industry. 79: 54-57.

Graham, J.H. 1998. Control Efforts In Brazil: Prognosis For Florida. Citrus Industry. 79: 54-57.

Pozzan, M. 1998. Brazilian citrus--Orange production and impact of CVC and other diseases. Florida Agricultural Conference and Trade Show (FACTS), Lakeland, FL13-14.

Roberts, P.D., N.C. Hodge, H. Bouzar, J.B. Jones, R.E. Stall, R.D. Berger, and A.R. Chase. 1998. Relatedness of strains of Xanthomonas fragariae by restriction fragment length polymorphism, DNA-DNA reassociation, and fatty acid analyses. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 64: 3961-3965.

Schubert, T.S.and J.W. Miller. 1998. Bacterial citrus canker. Circular 377 Revised:6 folds.

Schubert, T.S., J.W. Miller, W.N. Dixon, T.R. Gottwald, J.H. Graham, L.H. Hebb, and S.R. Poe. 1998. Bacterial citrus canker and the commercial movement of fresh citrus fruit. mimeo:13pp.

Verniere, C., J.S. Hartung, O.P. Pruvost, E.L. Civerolo, A.M. Alvarez, P. Maestri, and J. Luisetti. 1998. Characterization of phenotypically distinct strains of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri from Southwest Asia. European Journal of Plant Pathology. 104: 477-487.

1999

Banks, D., R. Albibi, J.C. Chen, O. Lamikanra, R.L. Jarret, and B.J. Smith. 1999. Specific detection of Xylella fastidiosa Pierce's disease strains. Current Microbiology. 39: 85-88.

Gaskalla, R. 1999. Citrus Canker in Florida. Newsrelease:2.

Graham, J.H., D.L. Drouillard, D.L. Bannwart, and J.R. Dilley. 1999. Bud failure on Swingle citrumelo in a Florida citrus nursery caused by Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citrumelo. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, Stuart, FL.112 60-68.

Ismail, M.A. 1999. Guidance document for retail and roadside fresh citrus juice producers.

Pruvost, O., T.R. Gottwald, and C. Brocherieux. 1999. The effect of irrigation practices on the spatio-temporal increase of Asiatic citrus canker in simulated nursery plots in Reunion Island. European Journal of Plant Pathology. 105: 23-37.

Schubert, T.S., J.H. Graham, and L.W. Timmer. 1999. 2000 Florida Citrus Pest Management Guide: Citrus Canker.

Schubert, T.S.and J.W. Miller. 1999. Bacterial citrus canker. Citrus and Vegetable Magazine. 63: 6-9.

Stredansky, M.and E. Conti. 1999. Xanthan production by solid state fermentation. Process Biochemistry. 34: 581-587.

Tung, S.Y.and T.H. Kuo. 1999. Requirement for phosphoglucose isomerase of Xanthomonas campestris in pathogenesis of citrus canker. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 65: 5564-5570.

United States Department of Agriculture, F.C.I.C. 1999. Florida fruit tree pilot crop insurance provisions 00-014:5pp.

2000

Almeida, A.G., K. Sayama, and S. Tsuyumu. 2000. Isolation of a protein bound to canker-forming factor from citrus plant. Journal of General Plant Pathology. 66: 138-143.

Balderi, C. 2000. The tropical fruit garden after citrus canker eradication. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, Orlando, FL.113 312-314.

Canteros, B.I., M. Naranjo, and M. Rybak. 2000. Production of fruit free of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri in selected plots in areas of endemic canker in Argentina. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 1136-1137.

Chen, J.C., D. Banks, R.L. Jarret, C.J. Chang, and B.J. Smith. 2000. Use of 16S rDNA sequences as signature characters to identify Xylella fastidiosa. Current Microbiology. 40: 29-33.

Davis, R.I., D.L. Hailstones, S.C. Jacobson, R.H. Eichner, T.G. Gunua, S. Rahamma, and P. Broadbent. 2000. Surveillance for citrus canker disease in New Guinea and northern Australia. Australasian Plant Pathology. 29: 222-222.

Donadio, L.C. 2000. Aspects of IFP for citrus production in Brazil. Proceedings of the international conference on integrated fruit production, . Leuven, Belgium, 27 July-1 August 1998.525 237-241.

El-Guilli, M., H. Benyahia, A. Jrifi, and M. Besri. 2000. Effect of irrigation water salinity on trunk gummosis symptom severity for citrus affected with Phytophthora citrophthora. Fruits. 55: 181-186.

Futch, S.H.and L. Timmer. 2000. A guide to citrus diseases. Citrus Industry. 81: unpaged insert.

Gabriel, D.W., Y.P. Duane, and C. Ramadugu. 2000. The molecular mechanism of citrus canker pathogenicity and a gene engineering approach to control. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 901.

Gottwald, T.R., J.H. Graham, X. Sun, and T. Riley. 2000. The citrus canker epidemic in Florida: dynamics and future prognosis. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 883-889.

Graca, J.V.d.and J.W. Sauls. 2000. Texas citriculture - Past and present. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 451.

Jadeja, K.B., N. Mayani, V.A. Patel, and M.T. Ghodasara. 2000. Chemical control of canker and gummosis of citrus in Gujarat. Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology. 30: 87-88.

Jones, J.B., H. Bouzar, R.E. Stall, E.C. Almira, P.D. Roberts, B.W. Bowen, J. Sudberry, P.M. Strickler, and J. Chun. 2000. Systematic analysis of xanthomonads (Xanthomonas spp.) associated with pepper and tomato lesions. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 50: 1211-1219.

Leite Jr., R.P. 2000. Surviving with citrus canker in Brazil. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 890-896.

Morse, J.G. 2000. Exotic pests affecting California citrus: A global problem with global solutions. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 736.

Omoto, C.and J.R.P. Parra. 2000. Citrus IPM in Brazil: Recent advances and future challenges for an expanding citrus industry. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 736.

Rinaldi, D.A.M.F.and R.P. Leite Jr. 2000. Adaptation of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri population to the presence of copper compounds in nature. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 1064.

Roistacher, C.N. 2000. Essential ingredients for a successful certification program for citrus. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 942-947.

Schubert, T.S., J.H. Graham, and L.W. Timmer. 2000. Canker decontamination procedures and contacts. Citrus and Vegetable Magazine. 64: 21-28.

Schubert, T.S.and J.W. Miller. 2000. Bacterial Citrus Canker. Plant Pathology Circular 377 Second revision:6 fold.

Schubert, T.S., X. Sun, and W.N. Dixon. 2000. Integrating the scientific perspective into the Florida citrus canker efforts in Florida. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 897-900.

Tung, S.Y.and T.T. Kuo. 2000. Isolation and characterization of mutants of the citrus canker pathogen Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri that induce a distinct pattern of disease. Canadian Journal of Botany-Revue Canadienne De Botanique. 78: 1002-1009.

2001

Borengasser, M., T.R. Gottwald, and T. Riley. 2001. Spectral reflectance of citrus canker. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.114 77-79.

Cubero, J., J.H. Graham, T. Gottwald, and T. Riley. 2001. An internal control for the diagnosis of citrus bacterial canker by PCR. Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, Proceedings of the International Conference on Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, 10th, Charlottetown, PE, Canada, July 23-27, 2000409-411.

Cubero, J., J.H. Graham, and T.R. Gottwald. 2001. Quantitative PCR method for diagnosis of citrus bacterial canker. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 67: 2849-2852.

Gottwald, T.R., G. Hughes, J.H. Graham, X. Sun, and T. Riley. 2001. The citrus canker epidemic in Florida: The scientific basis of regulatory eradiction policy for an invasive species. Phytopathology. 91: 30-34.

Gottwald, T.R., G. Hughes, J.H. Graham, X. Sun, and T. Riley. 2001. The citrus canker epidemic in Florida: The scientific basis of regulatory eradication policy for an invasive species. Phytopathology. 91: 30-34.

Mohammadi, M., M.R. Mirzaee, and H. Rahimian. 2001. Physiological and biochemical characteristics of Iranian strains of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri, the causal agent of citrus bacterial canker disease. Journal of Phytopathology-Phytopathologische Zeitschrift. 149: 65-75.

Schubert, T.S., S.A. Rizvi, X.A. Sun, T.R. Gottwald, J.H. Graham, and W.N. Dixon. 2001. Meeting the challenge of eradicating citrus canker in Florida - Again. Plant Disease. 85: 340-356.

Stansly, P.A., J.M. Conner, and J.R. Brushwein. 2001. Management of citrus leafminer in Florida: Could canker change the picture. Citrus & Vegetable Magazine. 66: 20-21.

2002

Cubero, J.and J.H. Graham. 2002. Genetic relationship among worldwide strains of Xanthomonas causing canker in citrus species and design of new primers for their identification by PCR. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 68: 1257-1264.

Gottwald, T.R., X. Sun, T. Riley, J.H. Graham, F. Ferrandino, and E.L. Taylor. 2002. Geo-referenced spatiotemporal analysis of the urban citrus canker epidemic in Florida. Phytopathology. 92: 361-377.

Muraro, R.P., F.M. Roka, and T.H. Spreen. 2002. Grower costs of having citrus canker in Florida with an overview of Argentina's citrus canker control program. Staff Paper Series SP 02-3:21pp.

Pruvost, O., B. Boher, C. Brocherieux, M. Nicole, and F. Chiroleu. 2002. Survival and Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri in leaf lesions under tropical environmental conditions and simulated splash dispersal of inoculum. Phytopathology. 92: 336-346.

2003

Chamberlain, H.L., P.D. Robert, L.W. Timmer, K. Chung, and M. Zekri. 2003. Crop Alert: A citrus canker fact sheet for homeowners PP194:5pp.

Das, A.K.and S. Singh. 2003. Integration of chemicals and cultural practices for management of bacterial canker (Xanthomonas axonopodis pv citri) in acid-lime (Citrus aurantifolia). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 73: 570-571.

Deng, Z.and F.G. Gmitter. 2003. Cloning and characterization of receptor kinase class disease resistance gene candidates in Citrus. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 108: 53-61.

Spreen, T.H., M.L. Zansler, and R.P. Murraro. 2003. The Costs And Value Loss Associated With Florida Citrus Groves Exposed To Citrus Canker. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, Sheraton World Resort, Florida, June 8-10, 2003.116 289-294.

2004

Graham, J.H., T.R. Gottwald, J. Cubero, and D.S. Achor. 2004. Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri: factors affecting successful eradiction of citrus canker. Molecular Plant Pathology. 5: 1-15.

Nembaware, V., C. Seoighe, M. Sayed, and C. Gehring. 2004. A plant natriuretic peptide-like gene in the bacterial pathogen Xanthomonas axonopodis may induce hyper-hydration in the plant host: a hypothesis of molecular mimicry. BMC Evolutionary Biology: 7pp.

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