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Hamlen, Ronald Alan. (1965). The hatching response of meloidogyne incognita eggs as affected by "root exudates" produced under different soil moisture stresses. Master's thesis.

Herman, Ethel Lenore. (1936). Heat process method of softening woody stem tissue. Master's thesis.

Hill, Joseph Paul. (1979). The heritability and genetic control of certain attributes of parasitic fitness of Helminthosporium maydis race T. Doctoral thesis.

Siegler, Eugene Alfred. (1918). The histological relations of several rot fungi to the tissues of the apple fruit. Master's thesis.

Murdock, Deborah Jane. (1975). A histopathological examination of Pelargonium infected with tomato ringspot virus. Master's thesis.

Hadley, Bruce Alan. (1973). A histopathological study of Dianthus caryophyllus stem stubs infected with Fusarium roseum 'Graminearum'. Master's thesis.

White, Barbara Lee. (1971). Histopathology of carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus L.) infected with Fusarium oxysporum Schlecht. f.sp. dianthi (Prill. et Del. ) Snyd. et Hans. Master's thesis.

Emberger, Gary. (1978). Histopathology of chrysanthemum, cultivar Yellow Delaware, infected with Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. chrysanthemi. Master's thesis.

Morelli, Laurie T. (1983). The histopathology of stems, leaves and apical meristems of two chrysanthemum cultivars inoculated with Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. chrysanthemi and chrysanthemum stunt viroid. Master's thesis.

Lawrence, Ellen Nan Briskin. (1975). Histopathology of two inbred lines of sweet corn (Zea mays) naturally infected with fusarium moniliforme and fusarium oxysporum. Master's thesis.

Burgoon, Janet Smiley. (1980). Host range of the formae speciales of fusarium oxysporum causing wilt of chrysanthemum. Master's thesis.