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Raid, R. N. (1986). The effects of Puccinia polysora on growth and yield of corn.   Ph.D. thesis:

Ramón, M. P. (2003). Effects of fertilizer, pH and biological control on Pythium root rot.   M.S. thesis:

Rauyaree, P. (2003). Molecular basis of pathogenicity by soilborne fungal plant pathogen, Verticillium dahliae.   Ph.D. thesis:

Reese, E. T. (1938). The powdery mildews of northeastern Pennsylvania.   M.S. thesis

Reese, E. T. (1946). Aerobic decomposition of cellulose by micro-organisms at temperatures above 40 0 s C.   Ph.D. thesis:

Reines, M. H. (1951). Some anatomical responses produced in corn by applications of 2,4-D.   M.S. thesis

Renderos, W. E. (1988). The ability of three strains of Bacillus polymyxa and two Bacillus sp. to affect Pythium and Rhizoctonia damping-off and to promote growth of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) seedlings.   M.S. thesis:

Rennard, J. A. (1940). Reaction of some wood-decaying fungi on tannic acid medium.   M.S. thesis

Rex, E. G. (1925). Cabbage Black-leg caused by Phoma.   M.S. thesis

Rhoads, A. S. (1915). The black zones formed by some wood-destroying fungi.   M.S. thesis

Rist, D. L. (1977). The influence of exposure temperature and humidity on the response of pinto beans to SO p2 s, in relation to stomatal conductance and SO p2 s uptake.   M.S. thesis:

Ritter, J. G. (1930). Origin and development of tissues formed in the healing of wounds made by ringing woody stems.   M.S. thesis.

Robertson, J. S. (1979). The effects of late blight, green peach aphid, and redroot pigweed on yield loss of potato.   M.S. thesis:

Rodríguez, R. d. P. (1988). Role of Phoma medicaginis malbr. & roum. var. medicaginis in the etiology of root and crown rot of alfalfa.   Ph.D. thesis:

Rouse, D. I. (1979). Components of horizontal resistance to powdery mildew of wheat as related to disease progress and parasitic fitness.   Ph.D. thesis:

Royer, M. H. (1979). The effect of host resistance on relative parasitic fitness.   M.S. thesis:

Royer, M. H. (1982). An evaluation of the independence of Erysiphe graminis f. sp. tritici virulence genes in natural populations and phenotypic specificity to certain defeated powdery mildew resistance genes.   Ph.D. thesis: