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Lees, A. K., D. E. L. Cooke, J. A. Stewart, L. Sullivan, N. A. Williams, and S. F. Carnegie. "Phytophthora infestans population changes: implications." In Proceedings of the Eleventh EuroBlight Workshop, Hamar, Norway, 28-31 October 2008. PPO-Special Report no.13, July 2009, edited by H. T. A. M. Schepers, 55-60., 2009.
Elliot, M. Phytophthora ramorum and P. kernoviae; the most serious threat yet to the UK's native forests and historic gardens. Botanical Society of Scotland, 2011.
Schlenzig, A. "Phytophthora ramorum in Scotland - is it all over?" In Proceedings of the Sudden Oak Death Third Science Symposium, 443-446. Santa Rosa, CA, USA: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 2008.
Schlenzig, A., and J. Chard. "Phytophthora ramorum (Sudden Oak Death)." In Scottish Agricultural Science Agency Scientific Review 2000-2003, 49. Edinburgh: Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, 2005.
Schlenzig, A. "Phytophthora ramorum: The situation in Scotland." EPPO Bulletin 36, no. 2 (2006): 380-382.
Schlenzig, A., R. Campbell, and J. Chard. "Phytophthora species infecting hardy ornamentals in nurseries and the managed environment in Scotland." Journal of Phytopathology 163, no. 7-8 (2015): 686-689.
Cooke, D, B V. Purse, K Searle, A. Schlenzig, M Elliot, P Jennings, J Squires, and E Randall. Phytophthora: understanding the threat to horticulture, forestry and natural ecosystems in Scotland., 2013.
Winfield, P. J., and F. N. Green. "The Pisum cultivar database." Pisum Newsletter 17 (1985): 90-93.
Chard, J. "Plant health." In Proceedings of the Symposium Crop Production under Cool Long Days. Edinburgh: Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, 2000.
Alexander, Crinan, James Armitage, Christopher Brickell, Allen Coombes, N. Green, Matthew Jebb, Sabina Knees, Anthony Lord, Victoria Matthews, Diana Miller et al. Plant names : a guide for horticulturists, nurserymen, gardeners and students, Edited by Crinan Alexander. [Edinburgh]: [Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh], 2007.
Note on cover: "Written by the Horticultural Taxonomy Group - Hortax"
O'Donnell, K. "Plant pathogen diagnostics: present status and future developments." Potato Research 42, no. 3-4 (1999): 437-447.
Lacomme, C. Plant Pathology : Techniques and Protocols In Methods in Molecular Biology. Vol. 1302. New York: Springer, 2015.
Horgan, G. W., M. Talbot, and J. C. Davey. "Plant variety colour assessment using a still video camera." Plant Varieties & Seeds 6, no. 1 (1995): 47-53.
Molnar, A., T. Csorba, L. Lakatos, E. Varallay, C. Lacomme, and J. Burgyan. "Plant virus derived siRNAs predominantly originate from highly structured single-stranded viral RNAs." Journal of Virology 79, no. 12 (2005): 7812-7818.
Burns, R., and E. George. Plant Virus Testing Reagents., 2006.PDF icon Plant Virus Testing Reagents.pdf (76.23 KB)
Lacomme, C., G. P. Pogue, T. M. A. Wilson, and S. Santa Cruz. "Plant viruses as gene expression vectors." In Genetically Engineered Viruses: Development and Applications, edited by C. J. A. Ring and E. D. Blair, 59-105 . Oxford: BIOS Scientific, 2001.
Carnegie, S. F. "Polyscytalum pustulans (Owen & Wakef.) M. B. Ellis." In European Handbook of Plant Diseases, edited by I. M. Smith, J. Dunez, R. A. Lelliot, D. H. Phillips and S. A. Archer, 408-409. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific, 1988.
Butler, L. H., F. R. Hay, R. H. Ellis, and R. D. Smith. "Post-abscission, pre-dispersal seeds of Digitalis purpurea remain in a developmental state that is not terminated by desiccation ex planta." Annals of Botany 103, no. 5 (2009): 785-794.
King, L., A. Fox, I. Browning, and J. Pickup. "Poster - aphid transmission of potato viruses PVYO and PVYN." In EAPR Virology 2004, Abstracts of the 12th European Association for Potato Research Virology Section Meeting, 18. Rennes, France, 13-19 June 2004, 2004.
Saddler, G. S., J. G. Bryan, J. Danial, J. G. Elphinstone, R. C. McHugh, N. M. Parkinson, P. van de Graaf, and M. O. Winfield. "Potato brown rot: a threat to Scottish seed potatoes?" In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2008, 193-198. Dundee, 2008.
Reid, A., L. Hof, D. Esselink, and B. Vosman. "Potato cultivar genome analysis." In Plant Pathology : Techniques and Protocols, edited by R. Burns, 295-308. Vol. 508. Methods in Molecular Biology 508. New York, N.Y.: Humana, 2009.
Hockland, S., J. Pickup, and S. Turner. "Potato cyst nematode - a plant health perspective for Great Britain and Northern Ireland." Aspects of Applied Biology 59 (2000): 11-18.
Pickup, J., K. Davie, V. Blok, L Kuhfuss, A Kleczkowski, B McDougall, H Kettle, A. Roberts, and D Ewing. "The potato cyst nematode epidemic - where are we now and where are we heading?" In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2020, 193-198. Dundee, 2020.
S Eves-van den Akker, P Cock, V. Blok, A. Reid, J. Pickup, M Blaxter, P Urwin, J. Jones, and E Anderson. "The potato cyst nematode: National distribution of mitotypes." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2016, 235-237. Dundee, 2016.
Reid, A., D. M. Kenyon, F. F. Evans, J. Pickup, V. C. Blok, A. Paterson, and M. S. Phillips. "Potato cyst nematode: new legislation, new technology." In SOL 2009. Delhi, India, 2009.

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