Peer-reviewed Publications

 

 

 

INHS Reports

  • December 62, page 1, "The Lovely Carnation"
  • February 63, page 4, "Current Currants"
  • #18, April 64, page 1, “Report on Elms”
  • #28, February 65, page 3, “Oak Wilt”
  • #30, April 65, page 1, ‘“Common Cold” of Sycamore’
  • #31, May 65, page 2, “Bidrin”
  • #37, November 65, page 2, “Root Rot of Pine”
  • #39, January 66, page 2, “Alpine Currant Anthracnose”
  • #40, February 66, page 2, “A New Sycamore Disease”
  • #41, March 66, page 2, “Dutch Elm Disease”
  • #46, August 66, page 3, “Movement Tester”
  • #49, November 66, page 1, “A New Friend” (Beauveria sp.)
  • #50, December 66, page 2, “Sweet Gum Canker”
  • #52, February 67, page 1, “Pine Problems” (Dothistroma pini)
  • #56, June 67, page 2, “Not Catching” (Sycamore Anthracnose)
  • #57, July 67, page 1, “Diseases by the Score”
  • #59, September 67, page 2, “Which Wilt is Which?”
  • #60, October 67, page 2, “Juniper Blight”
  • #61, November 67, page 1, “Puzzling Killer” (Verticillium Wilt Fungus)
  • #62, December 67, page 2, “Tiny Pushups”
  • #69, July 68, page 1, “Foam Fungus”
  • #72, October 68, page 2, “More About Verticillium Wilt”
  • #73, November 68, page 1, “Pretty Pointsettias” (Root Rot)
  • #74, December 68, page 2, “Fungicide Testing”
  • #77, March 69, page 2, “Offbeat Glads”
  • #80, June 69, page 2, “Moldy Waters”
  • #88, February 70, page 2, “Insight on Dutch Elm Disease”
  • #90, April 70, page 1, “Post-mortem for Twin-city Elms”
  • #92, June 70, page 3, “Verticillium Wilt of Trees”
  • #94, August 79, page 2, “Vinca Blight”
  • #96, October 70, page 2, “Cantankerous Disease”
  • #98, December 70, “Yuletide Fungus” (Dendrosporium lobatum)
  • #112, February 72, “Twig Blight Fight”
  • #114, April 72, page 1, “Fungi and Water Quality”
  • #116, June 72, page 2, “Stress and Tree Diseases”
  • #120, October 72, page 3, “Municipal Control of Dutch Elm Disease”
  • #122, December 72, page 1, “Climate Effects on Gladiolus Corm Rot”
  • #126, April 73, page 2, “How Verticillium Gets into Trees”
  • #136, April 74, page 2, “Walnut Anthracnose Study”
  • #138, page 2, “Elm Diseases”
  • #142, December 74, page 3, “Soil-injection Treatment for Tree Diseases”
  • #148, June 75, page 2, “Fungi in Freshwater Habitats”
  • #155, March 76, page 3, “The Effect of Soil-injected Fungicide on Earthworm Populations”
  • #159, September 76, page 1, “Study of Aquatic Fungi in Illinois”
  • #171, November 77, page 1, “Cristulariella Leaf Spot of Black Walnut”
  • #173, January 78, page 3, “New Aquatic Fungi” (Trichocladium spp.)
  • #187, May 79, page 1, “The Persistence of Benomyl on Walnut Fruit”
  • #189, Sept. 79, page 1, “A Newly Discovered Fungus” (CS-470)
  • #200, October 80, page 2, “Mushrooms and Toadstools”
  • #203, January 81, page 3, “Cutting-rot Susceptibility”
  • #210, October 81, page 1, “New Pine Disease”
  • #213, January 82, page 2, “Drought and Spruce Canker”
  • #217, May 82, page 2, “Alfalfa Weevil Fungal Infection”
  • #230, October 83, page 2, “Stresses Affect Illinois Trees”
  • #233, January 84, page 1, “Monographic Study of Torula”
  • #234, February 84, page 2, “Fungal Pathogens of Insects in Alfalfa”
  • #247, May 85, page 1, “An Epizootic in the Alfalfa?” (Erynia phytonomi),
  • #251, November 85, page 2, “Enzymes Versus Fungi”
  • #253, January 86, page 1, “Mushrooms and Spring Fever”
  • #256, April 86, page 1, “The Fly Agaric Mushroom”
  • #268, June 87, page 1, “Mycology of Cypress Swamps”
  • #275, March 88, page 1, “Shitake Production Combines Economics & Conservation”
  • #280, October 88, page 2, “Systemic Chemical Control of the Sycamore Anthracnose Disease”
  • #287, May 89, page 3, “Biological Control Agent of the Corn Rootworm” (Beauveria bassiana)
  • #292 & #293, page 4, “Biodiversity of Illinois Collections—Fungi”
  • #306, April 91, “An Interesting Loculoascomycete”
  • #314, March-April 92, page 8, “Identification of Fungi”
  • #318, November/December 92, page 8, “Slime Molds”
  • #322, July/August 93, page 8, “Verticillium Wilt of Maple Trees”
  • #343, January/February 97, page 4, “Soybean Disease Diagnostics Going High Tech” (Phialophora gregata)
  • #358, July/August 99, page 3, “A New Form of an Old Pathogen” (Phialophora gregata)
  • #388, Summer 06, page 2, “Inventory of the Pyromycetes of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park”
  • #389, Autumn 06, page 6, “Jack-O-Lantern Mushroom” (Species Spotlight)
  • #389, Autumn 06, page 7, “Make a Mushroom Spore Print” (The Naturalist’s Apprentice)