Journal of Centre of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand
2 A new host record for Uromyces mucunae on Mucuna sanjappae
Pavan et al 2014.
4 Pathogenic fungi intercepted in introduced transgenics during 2006-2013
Singh et al 2014.
5 First report of powdery mildew of Polyscias cumingiana caused by Pseudoidium sp. in India
Thite and Kore 2014.
1 Powdery Mildew (Erysiphaceae) on Calibrachoa hybrids in Germany and the USA
Brielmaier-Liebetanz et al 2015.
2 Phytopathogenicity of fungi associated with crown rot of Guava (Psidium guajava)
Valentino et al 2015.
3 Diversity and taxonomy of phytopathogenic Cladosporium on Rubiaceae
Bhartiya et al 2015.
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Printed publication policy
Plant Pathology & Quarantine is an open access journal and manuscripts are published online as soon as possible after acceptance. However, to fulfill the requirements of the Botanical Code, and to make paper copies generally available, the journal will print hard copies as follows:
Two printed issues of Plant Pathology & Quarantine will comprise one yearly volume.
Issue 1 will be printed in June.
Issue 2 will be printed in December.