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2010Colonization Type of Gibberella Zeae in Sorghum BicolorBurgess, Lester; Smith-White, Jillian; Quazi, S A J; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Sciences DisciplineColonization Type of Gibberella Zeae in Sorghum Bicolor, Journal of Plant Pathology, vol.92, 1,pp 261-265
2010An emended description of Fusarium brevicatenulatum and F. pseudoanthophilum based on isolates recovered from millet in KenyaBurgess, Lester; Smith-White, Jillian; Amata, R; Bullock, Suzanne; Liew, E. C. Y.; Summerell, Brett A; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Sciences DisciplineAn emended description of Fusarium brevicatenulatum and F. pseudoanthophilum based on isolates recovered from millet in Kenya, Fungal Diversity, vol.43, 1,pp 11-25
2004Gibberella Gaditjirrii (Fusarium Gaditjirrii) Sp. Nov., A New Species Rom Tropical Grasses In AustraliaBurgess, Lester; Liew, Edward; Phan, Hien; Smith-White, Jillian; Bullock, Suzanne; Clarkson, John R.; Summerell, Brett A; Sciences Discipline; School Land Water & Crop Scien; Agriculture Faculty Admin; Sciences DisciplineGibberella Gaditjirrii (Fusarium Gaditjirrii) Sp. Nov., A New Species Rom Tropical Grasses In Australia, Studies in Mycology, vol.50,(23),2004,pp 261-272
2002Molecular detection and differentiation of Australian Armillaria speciesBurgess, Lester; Rinzin, Chimmi; Smith-White, Jillian; Gunn, Linda V.; Porter, Carolyn; Summerell, Brett A; Sciences Discipline; Centre Regional Ed - Orange; Sciences DisciplineMolecular detection and differentiation of Australian Armillaria species, Australasian Plant Pathology, vol.31,(1),2002,pp 75-79
2009Sorghum is a suitable break crop to minimise Fusarium pseudograminearum in any location regardless of climatic differences, whereas Gibberella zeae is location and climate specificBurgess, Lester; Smith-White, Jillian; Quazi, S A J; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Sciences DisciplineSorghum is a suitable break crop to minimise Fusarium pseudograminearum in any location regardless of climatic differences, whereas Gibberella zeae is location and climate specific, Australasian Plant Pathology, vol.38, 1, 2009,pp 91-99