Gavin James Ash
Gavin James Ash
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Low level of genetic diversity in cultivated pigeonpea compared to its wild relatives is revealed by diversity arrays technology
S Yang, W Pang, G Ash, J Harper, J Carling, P Wenzl, E Huttner, X Zong, ...
Theoretical and applied genetics 113 (4), 585-595, 2006
2422006
The characterization and diversity of bacterial endophytes of grapevine
ER West, EJ Cother, CC Steel, GJ Ash
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 56 (3), 209-216, 2010
1072010
The science, art and business of successful bioherbicides
GJ Ash
Biological Control 52 (3), 230-240, 2010
992010
Plant‐parasitic nematodes of potential phytosanitary importance, their main hosts and reported yield losses
SK Singh, M Hodda, GJ Ash
Eppo Bulletin 43 (2), 334-374, 2013
852013
A fast PCR assay to identify Meloidogyne hapla, M. chitwoodi, and M. fallax, and to sensitively differentiate them from each other and from M. incognita in mixtures
C Zijlstra
Fundamental and applied nematology 20 (5), 505-511, 1997
731997
The first genetic map of pigeon pea based on diversity arrays technology (DArT) markers
SY Yang, RK Saxena, PL Kulwal, GJ Ash, A Dubey, JDI Harper, ...
Journal of genetics 90 (1), 103-109, 2011
632011
An investigation of genetic variation in Carthamus lanatus in New South Wales, Australia, using intersimple sequence repeats (ISSR) analysis
GJ Ash, R Raman, NS Crump
Weed Research 43 (3), 208-213, 2003
582003
The genome sequence of the biocontrol fungus Metarhizium anisopliae and comparative genomics of Metarhizium species
JA Pattemore, JK Hane, AH Williams, BAL Wilson, BJ Stodart, GJ Ash
BMC genomics 15 (1), 1-15, 2014
542014
Clarifying the nomenclature in microbial weed control
NS Crump, EJ Cother, GJ Ash
Biocontrol Science and Technology 9 (1), 89-97, 1999
541999
An expert system for the management of Botrytis cinerea in Australian vineyards. I. Development
P Ellison, G Ash, C McDonald
Agricultural Systems 56 (2), 185-207, 1998
531998
Coconut lethal yellowing diseases: a phytoplasma threat to palms of global economic and social significance
GM Gurr, AC Johnson, GJ Ash, BAL Wilson, MM Ero, CA Pilotti, ...
Frontiers in plant science 7, 1521, 2016
482016
Gulypyrones A and B and Phomentrioloxins B and C Produced by Diaporthe gulyae, a Potential Mycoherbicide for Saffron Thistle (Carthamus lanatus)
A Andolfi, A Boari, M Evidente, A Cimmino, M Vurro, G Ash, A Evidente
Journal of natural products 78 (4), 623-629, 2015
442015
Genetic characterization of a novel Phomopsis sp., a putative biocontrol agent for Carthamus lanatus
GJ Ash, B Stodart, S Sakuanrungsirikul, E Anschaw, N Crump, ...
Mycologia 102 (1), 54-61, 2010
412010
Prevalence of sclerotinia stem rot of canola in New South Wales
TL Hind, GJ Ash, GM Murray
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 43 (2), 163-168, 2003
412003
Phomentrioloxin: A Phytotoxic Pentasubstituted Geranylcyclohexentriol Produced by Phomopsis sp., a Potential Mycoherbicide for Carthamus lanatus Biocontrol
A Cimmino, A Andolfi, MC Zonno, C Troise, A Santini, A Tuzi, M Vurro, ...
Journal of natural products 75 (6), 1130-1137, 2012
382012
Survey of Botryosphaeriaceae associated with grapevine decline in the Hunter Valley and Mudgee grape growing regions of New South Wales
Y Qiu, CC Steel, GJ Ash, S Savocchia
Australasian Plant Pathology 40 (1), 1-11, 2011
382011
Aggregate sheath spot and sheath spot of rice
VM Lanoiselet, EJ Cother, GJ Ash
Crop Protection 26 (6), 799-808, 2007
372007
Effects of temperature on the response of some Australian wheat cultivars to Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici
RF Park, GJ Ash, RG Rees
Mycological Research 96 (3), 166-170, 1992
351992
Association of Botryosphaeriaceae grapevine trunk disease fungi with the reproductive structures of Vitis vinifera
N Wunderlich, GJ Ash, CC Steel, H Raman, S Savocchia
Vitis 50 (2), 89-96, 2011
342011
CLIMEX and DYMEX simulations of the potential occurrence of rice blast disease in south-eastern Australia
V Lanoiselet, EJ Cother, GJ Ash
Australasian Plant Pathology 31 (1), 1-7, 2002
342002
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