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Antonio Trapero Casas
Antonio Trapero Casas
Catedrático de Universidad
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Fungal wilt and root rot diseases of chickpea in southern Spain
A Trapero Casas, RM Jiménez Díaz
American Phytopathological Society, 1985
2771985
Phytophthora disease of Quercus ilex in south‐western Spain
ME Sánchez, P Caetano, J Ferraz, A Trapero
Forest Pathology 32 (1), 5-18, 2002
2372002
Development of Didymella rabiei, the teleomorph of Ascochyta rabiei, on chickpea straw
A Trapero-Casas, WJ Kaiser
Phytopathology 82 (11), 1261-1266, 1992
1741992
Influence of temperature, wetness period, plant age, and inoculum concentration on infection and development of Ascochyta blight of chickpea.
A Trapero-Casas, WJ Kaiser
Phytopathology 82 (5), 589-596, 1992
1601992
Occurrence and etiology of death of young olive trees in southern Spain
MES Hernández, AR Davila, AP De Algaba, MAB Lopez, AT Casas
European Journal of plant pathology 104, 347-357, 1998
1541998
Races of Fusarium Oxysporum F. Sp. Ciceri Infecting Chickpeas in Southern Spain
RM Jimenez-Diaz, A Trapero-Casas, JC de La Colina
Vascular Wilt Diseases of Plants: Basic Studies and Control, 515-520, 1989
1481989
Characterization and pathogenicity of Botryosphaeriaceae species collected from olive and other hosts in Spain and California
J Moral, C Muñoz-Díez, N González, A Trapero, TJ Michailides
Phytopathology 100 (12), 1340-1351, 2010
1392010
Enfermedades
A Trapero, MA Blanco
El cultivo de olivo. Coedición Junta de Andalucía/Mundi-Prensa, Madrid, 595-656, 2008
1232008
Influence of Fruit Maturity, Cultivar Susceptibility, and Inoculation Method on Infection of Olive Fruit by Colletotrichum acutatum
J Moral, K Bouhmidi, A Trapero
Plant disease 92 (10), 1421-1426, 2008
1042008
New Pythium Taxa Causing Root Rot on Mediterranean Quercus Species in South‐west Spain and Portugal
MA Romero, JE Sánchez, JJ Jiménez, L Belbahri, A Trapero, F Lefort, ...
Journal of Phytopathology 155 (5), 289-295, 2007
1032007
Elucidation of the disease cycle of olive anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum acutatum
J Moral, R de Oliveira, A Trapero
Phytopathology 99 (5), 548-556, 2009
1002009
Botryosphaeria and Related Taxa Causing Oak Canker in Southwestern Spain
ME Sánchez, J Venegas, MA Romero, AJL Phillips, A Trapero
Plant disease 87 (12), 1515-1521, 2003
1002003
Airborne ascospores ofDidymella rabiei as a major primary inoculum for Ascochyta blight epidemics in chickpea crops in southern Spain
A Trapero-Casas, JA Navas-Cortés, RM Jimenez-Diaz
European Journal of Plant Pathology 102, 237-245, 1996
991996
Identification of fungal species associated with branch dieback of olive and resistance of table cultivars to Neofusicoccum mediterraneum and Botryosphaeria dothidea
J Moral, C Agusti-Brisach, M Perez-Rodriguez, C Xavier, MC Raya, ...
Plant Disease 101 (2), 306-316, 2017
852017
Field resistance to Verticillium wilt in selected olive cultivars grown in two naturally infested soils
C Trapero, N Serrano, O Arquero, C Del Río, A Trapero, ...
Plant Disease 97 (5), 668-674, 2013
832013
Assessing the Susceptibility of Olive Cultivars to Anthracnose Caused by Colletotrichum acutatum
J Moral, A Trapero
Plant Disease 93 (10), 1028-1036, 2009
832009
Evolution and sustainability of the olive production systems
R Fernández-Escobar, R De la Rosa, L Leon, JA Gomez, L Testi, F Orgaz, ...
Options Mediterraneennes 106, 11-42, 2013
812013
Control of Pythium seed rot and preemergence damping-off of chickpea in the US Pacific Northwest and Spain
DM Trapero Casas, A., Kaiser, W.J., Ingram
Plant Disease, 563, 1990
81*1990
Effect of temperature, wetness duration, and planting density on olive anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum spp.
J Moral, J Jurado-Bello, MI Sánchez, R de Oliveira, A Trapero
Phytopathology 102 (10), 974-981, 2012
762012
Ecology and epidemiology of diseases of nut crops and olives caused by Botryosphaeriaceae fungi in California and Spain
J Moral, D Morgan, A Trapero, TJ Michailides
Plant Disease 103 (8), 1809-1827, 2019
752019
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