Sustainable disease management in a European context

  • David B. Collinge
  • Lisa Munk
  • B. M. Cooke

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-iv
  2. David B. Collinge, Lisa Munk, B. M. Cooke
    Pages 213-216
  3. David B. Collinge, Ole Søgaard Lund, Hans Thordal-Christensen
    Pages 217-231
  4. Katharina Goellner, Uwe Conrath
    Pages 233-242
  5. Wladimir I. L. Tameling, Frank L. W. Takken
    Pages 243-255
  6. David B. Collinge, Michael K. Jensen, Michael F. Lyngkjaer, Jesper Rung
    Pages 257-266
  7. Nandini P. Shetty, Hans J. Lyngs Jørgensen, Jens Due Jensen, David B. Collinge, H. Shekar Shetty
    Pages 267-280
  8. Lise Nistrup Jørgensen, Egon Noe, Ghita C. Nielsen, Jens Erik Jensen, Jens Erik Ørum, Hans O. Pinnschmidt
    Pages 303-312
  9. Alan J. Slusarenko, Anant Patel, Daniela Portz
    Pages 313-322
  10. J. M. Whipps, S. Sreenivasaprasad, S. Muthumeenakshi, C. W. Rogers, M. P. Challen
    Pages 323-330
  11. Françoise Petter, Anne Sophie Roy, Ian Smith
    Pages 331-337
  12. Christopher R. Thornton
    Pages 347-353
  13. Neil Boonham, Rachel Glover, Jenny Tomlinson, Rick Mumford
    Pages 355-363
  14. Julian J. Smith, Jeff Waage, James W. Woodhall, Sam J. Bishop, Nicola J. Spence
    Pages 365-375
  15. Navreet Kaur, Kenneth Street, Michael Mackay, Nabila Yahiaoui, Beat Keller
    Pages 387-397

About this book


The main theme of the book is sustainable disease management in a European context. Some of the questions addressed are: How does society benefit from plant pathology research? How can new molecular approaches solve relevant problems in disease management? What other fields can we exploit in plant pathology research? What challenges are associated with free trade across the new borders? How can we contribute to solving problems of developing countries? How does plant pathology contribute to food quality and safety? How does globalization/internationalization affect teaching and extension in plant pathology?


Fungi Pathogen Plant Pathology Plant biotechnology and molecular biology Plant breeding Plant disease management Plant-microbe interactions farmers quality

Editors and affiliations

  • David B. Collinge
    • 1
  • Lisa Munk
    • 1
  • B. M. Cooke
    • 2
  1. 1.University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark
  2. 2.University College DublinDublinIreland

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