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2015 journal article
Infection process of Puccinia psidii in Eucalyptus grandis leaves of different ages
Tropical Plant Pathology, 40(5), 318–325.
By: A. Xavier, A. Silva, L. Guimaraes, K. Matsuoka, C. Hodges & A. Alfenas
2013 journal article
First Report of Cylindrocarpon sp. Associated with Root Rot Disease of Strawberry in North Carolina
Plant Disease, 97(9), 1251–1251.
By: T. Adhikari, C. Hodges & F. Louws
Fungal planet description sheets: 154-213
Persoonia, 31, 188–296.
By: P. Crous, M. Wingfield, J. Guarro, R. Cheewangkoon, M. Bank, W. Swart, A. Stchigel, J. Cano-Lira ...and 8 other authors, including 2 NC State authors, J. Roux, H. Madrid, U. Damm, A. Wood, L. Shuttleworth, C. Hodges, M. Munster, M. Yanez-Morales
2006 journal article
Microthia, Holocryphia and Ursicollum, three new genera on Eucalyptus and Coccoloba for fungi previously known as Cryphonectria
Studies in Mycology, (55), 35–52.
By: M. Gryzenhout, H. Myburg, C. Hodges, B. Wingfield & M. Wingfield
Susceptibility of Catalpa, Chilopsis, and hybrids to powdery mildew and catalpa sphinx larvae
HortScience, 41(7), 1629–1634.
By: R. Olsen, T. Ranney & C. Hodges
2004 journal article
Re-examination of Peltaster firucticola, a member of the apple sooty blotch complex
Mycologia, 96(4), 885–890.
By: S. Williamson, C. Hodges & T. Sutton
2002 journal article
First report of Stigmina lautii in the United States
Plant Disease, 86(6), 699.
By: C. Hodges
2001 journal article
Infection of resistant and susceptible Eucalyptus grandis genotypes by urediniospores of Puccinia psidii
Australasian Plant Pathology, 30(3), 277–281.
By: A. Xavier, A. Alfenas, K. Matsuoka & C. Hodges
1999 journal article
First report of Thyronectria austroamericana canker on Thornless Honey locust in North Carolina
Plant Disease, 83(12), 1177.
By: L. Grand, C. Vernia & C. Hodges
1997 journal article
An evaluation of the rust fungus Gymnoconia nitens as a potential biological control agent for alien Rubus species in Hawaii
Biological Control, 10(3), 151–158.
By: D. Gardner, C. Hodges, E. Killgore & R. Anderson
Etiology of apple sooty blotch disease in North Carolina
Phytopathology, 87(1), 88.
By: E. Johnson, T. Sutton & C. Hodges
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