Levente Kiss
Levente Kiss
University of Southern Queensland; Hungarian Academy of Sciences
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A review of fungal antagonists of powdery mildews and their potential as biocontrol agents
L Kiss
Pest Management Science: formerly Pesticide Science 59 (4), 475-483, 2003
Dual roles of reactive oxygen species and NADPH oxidase RBOHD in an Arabidopsis-Alternaria pathosystem
M Pogány, U von Rad, S Grün, A Dongó, A Pintye, P Simoneau, ...
Plant physiology 151 (3), 1459-1475, 2009
Identification of two powdery mildew fungi, Oidium neolycopersici sp. nov. and O. lycopersici, infecting tomato in different parts of the world
L Kiss, RTA Cook, GS Saenz, JH Cunnington, S Takamatsu, I Pascoe, ...
Mycological Research 105 (6), 684-697, 2001
Biology and biocontrol potential of Ampelomyces mycoparasites, natural antagonists of powdery mildew fungi
L Kiss, JC Russell, O Szentiványi, X Xu, P Jeffries
Biocontrol Science and Technology 14 (7), 635-651, 2004
Limits of nuclear ribosomal DNA internal transcribed spacer (ITS) sequences as species barcodes for Fungi
L Kiss
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (27), E1811-E1811, 2012
Nuclear and chloroplast microsatellites show multiple introductions in the worldwide invasion history of common ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia
M Gaudeul, T Giraud, L Kiss, JA Shykoff
PloS one 6 (3), e17658, 2011
First comprehensive phylogenetic analysis of the genus Erysiphe (Erysiphales, Erysiphaceae) I. The Microsphaera lineage
S Takamatsu, H Ito, Y Shiroya, L Kiss, V Heluta
Mycologia 107 (3), 475-489, 2015
Natural occurrence of ampelomyces intracellular mycoparasites in mycelia of powdery mildew fungi
L Kiss
New Phytologist 140 (4), 709-714, 1998
Early distribution and spread of Ambrosia artemisiifolia in Central and Eastern Europe
P Csontos, M Vitalos, Z Barina, L Kiss
Botanica Helvetica 120 (1), 75-78, 2010
Anthropogenic factors behind the recent population expansion of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) in Eastern Europe: is there a correlation with …
L Kiss, I Béres
Journal of Biogeography 33 (12), 2156-2157, 2006
Distinct invasion sources of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) in Eastern and Western Europe
P Gladieux, T Giraud, L Kiss, BJ Genton, O Jonot, JA Shykoff
Biological Invasions 13 (4), 933-944, 2011
Genetic diversity in Ampelomyces isolates, hyperparasites of powdery mildew fungi, inferred from RFLP analysis of the rDNA ITS region
L Kiss
Mycological Research 101 (9), 1073-1080, 1997
Ampelomyces mycoparasites from apple powdery mildew identified as a distinct group based on single-stranded conformation polymorphism analysis of the rDNA ITS region
O Szentiványi, L Kiss, JC Russell, GM Kovács, K Varga, T Jankovics, ...
Mycological Research 109 (4), 429-438, 2005
Diaporthe diversity and pathogenicity revealed from a broad survey of grapevine diseases in Europe
V Guarnaccia, JZ Groenewald, J Woodhall, J Armengol, T Cinelli, ...
Persoonia: Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi 40, 135, 2018
Ribosomal DNA internal transcribed spacer sequences do not support the species status of Ampelomyces quisqualis, a hyperparasite of powdery mildew fungi
L Kiss, KK Nakasone
Current genetics 33 (5), 362-367, 1998
Molecular phylogeny and evolution of the maple powdery mildew (Sawadaea, Erysiphaceae) inferred from nuclear rDNA sequences
S Hirose, S Tanda, L Kiss, B Grigaliunaite, M Havrylenko, S Takamatsu
Mycological Research 109 (8), 912-922, 2005
Molecular Identification of Oidium neolycopersici as the Causal Agent of the Recent Tomato Powdery Mildew Epidemics in North America
L Kiss, S Takamatsu, JH Cunnington
Plant Disease 89 (5), 491-496, 2005
Overwintering of Ampelomyces mycoparasites on apple trees and other plants infected with powdery mildews
O Szentiványi, L Kiss
Plant pathology 52 (6), 737-746, 2003
Variation in the nrDNA ITS sequences of some powdery mildew species: do routine molecular identification procedures hide valuable information?
GM Kovács, T Jankovics, L Kiss
European Journal of Plant Pathology 131 (1), 135-141, 2011
Why is biocontrol of common ragweed, the most allergenic weed in Eastern Europe, still only a hope
L Kiss
Biological Control: A Global Perspective: Case Studies from around the World …, 2007
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