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  1. Saha SS, Sinhababu SP, Sukul NC, (1983) The effect of nematode infestation on mulberry plants and their effect on feeding silkworm Bombx mori L. Nematologia, 29:483-467.
  2. Saito H, Suwa S, Oana Z Matuo H, (1978). The site of conidia formation of causal fusaria of Fusarium blight of mulberry tree. J. Seric. Sci. Japan, 47(6): 455-460.
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  5. Sato M, (1983) Search for pant leaves containing phage inducers effective to Pseudomonas syringae  pv. mori, the causal agent of bacterial blight of mulberry. J. Seric. Sci. Japan, 52(4): 361-362.
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  10. Sharma DD (1999) Effect of culture filtrates of biocontrol agents on larval mortality of Meloidogyne incognita in comparison with Rugby 10G.  Indian J. Seric.38 (2): 152-154.
  11. Sharma DD, (1993) Nematicidal effect of culture filtrates of' biocontrol agents on hatching of Meloidogyne incognita eggs in comparison with Rugby 10G and neem oil cake. Int. J. Tropical Plant Diseases, 16: 239-242.
  12. Sharma DD, (1998) Distribution of nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) population in affected mulberry gardens, Int. J. Tropical Plant Diseases, 16: 73-79.
  13. Sharma DD, (1999) Root knot disease of mulberry and its management. Indian farming. August 1999. pp. 20-21.
  14. Sharma DD, Avanish KC, Chowdary NB, Mala VR, Qadri SMH, (2010) Comparative study for rhizosphere and rhizoplane microflora in healthy and diseased mulberry (Morus spp.) gardens. Indian J. Seric., 49(2); 203-207.
  15. Sharma DD, Baqual MF, Gupta VP,  Chandrashekar DS, (2000) A survey on the occurrence of bacterial blight disease complex in mulberry. Ind. J. Seric. 39(2): 113-116.
  16. Sharma DD, Chandrashekar DS, Gunasekhar V, Rekha M,  Sarkar A, (2001) Comparative efficacy of different control measures against root  knot nematode disease of mulberry. Indian J. Seric. 40 (2): 151-157.
  17. Sharma DD, Chandrashekar DS, Srikantaswamy K, Govindaiah (1998) On-farm evaluation of cultural and chemical methods for the control of root knot nematode disease of mulberry. Indian J. Seric., (37)1: 61-63.
  18. Sharma DD, Chowdary NB, Nishitha Naik  V, Mala VR, (2008) Systemic diseases of mulberry- a review.  Sericologia, 48(4): 327-339.
  19. Sharma DD, Chowdary NB, Nishttha Naik V, Mala VR, Dandin SB, (2005)  Blight diseases of mulberry (Morus spp.)-a review. Sericologia, 45(3): 231-245.
  20. Sharma DD, Divia Baby, Naik VN, Mala VR, (2009) Effect of oil cakes and pesticides on rhizosphere and rhizoplane microflora in mulberry (Morus spp.). Sericologia, 49(1): 95-105.
  21. Sharma DD, Govindaiah,  Das PK, Philip T, Choudhury PC, Datta RK, (1994) Influence of bacterial biofertilizers under graded levels of nitrogen on the incidence of major mulberry diseases Indian J. Seric., 33(1): 31-35.
  22. Sharma DD, Govindaiah,  Mishra RK, Choudhury PC, Bajpai AK, Datta RK, (1993) influence of various agronomical practices and inputs on the incidence of mulberry diseases in chawki garden. Indian J. Seric., 32 ( 2): 150- 155.
  23. Sharma DD, Govindaiah, (1991). Comparative in vitro toxicity of fungicides against Pseudomonas mori (Boyer and Lambert) Stevens causing bacterial blight of mulberry.  Indian J Seric. 30 (2): 139-140.
  24. Sharma DD, Govindaiah, (1993) Significance of host range, speciation and pathotypes in control of root gall nematode in mulberry. Indian Silk, May, 1993. pp 12-15.
  25. Sharma DD, Govindaiah, (1995) Effect of Sebufos 10G against Meloidogyne incognita in mulberry. Indian J. Seric., 34(1): 6-9.
  26. Sharma DD, Gupta VP, Baqual MF, Chandrashekar DS, (2001) Efficacy of plant extracts against Pseudomonas syringae pv. mori and Xanthomonas campestris pv. mori causing bacterial blight in mulberry. Indian J. seric 40(1); 109-111.
  27. Sharma DD, Gupta VP, Chandrashekar DS, (1999) Compatibility of certain biocontrol agents with chemical pesticides and fertilizers.  Indian J. Seric., 38(1):,79-82.
  28. Sharma DD, Mala VR, Das PK, Dandin SB, (2008) Effect of composts enriched with useful/ antagonistic microbes on suppression of nursery diseases in mulberry. Sericologia, 48 (1): 101-108.
  29. Sharma DD, Nishitha Naik V, Chowdary NB Mala VR, Kamble CK, (2009) management of mulberry diseases through eco-friendly approaches- a review. Sericologia, 49(2): 123-138.
  30. Sharma DD, Nishitha Naik V, Pratheesh Kumar PM, Dayakar yadav BR, (2012) Prevalence of blight diseases in mulberry and their management. Agri Gold Swarna Sadyam, 15(8): 43-44.
  31. Sharma DD, Philip T, Govindaiah, (1996) Variability among five isolates of Fusarium solani causing root rot of mulberry.  Indian Phytopath., 49 (3):300-302.
  32. Sharma DD, Sarkar A, (1998) Incidence and intensity of species/ races of root knot nematode associated with mulberry under different farming systems and soil types in Mysore region, Karnataka state, India.  Indian J. Seric. 37 (2): 137-141.
  33. Sharma DD, Singhal BK, Sengupta K, (1990) Fusarium pallidoroseum (Cooke) Saac.- A new pathogen causing leaf blight in mulberry (Morus alba L.).  Indian J. Seric 29(2): 291-292.
  34. Sharma DDGovindaiah, (1991) Comparative in vitro toxicity of fungicides against Pseudomonas mori (Boyer & Lambert) Stevens - causing bacterial blight of mulberry.  Indian J. Seric.,  30(2): 139-140
  35. Sharma DDNishitha Naik VChowdary NBMala VR, (2003) Soilborne diseases of mulberry and their management - a review.  Int. J. Indust. Entomol., 7(4): 93-106.
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  37. Shikata H, Mitsueda T, (1978) A method for isolating the white root rot pathogen, Rosellinia necatrix  Berl.  in soil.  J. Seric. Sci. Japan,47(6): 519-526.
  38. Shimani T, Takahashi K, (1992) Development of selective medium for the isolation of Helicobasidium mompa. Acta seric. Entomol., 6:1-12.
  39. Shirata A,  Kubomura Y, Itoi, S, (1973) Mycelial growth, sporulation and conidiospore germination of mulberry anthracnose fungus, Thyrostroma mori (NOMURA) von HOHNEL and inoculation to mulberry stems with mycelium.  J. Seric. Sci. Japan. 42(2): 164-172.
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  51. Sikdar AK, Krishnaswami S, (1980) Assessment of leaf yield loss of the two mulberry varieties due to leaf spot disease. Ind. J. Seric. 19: 9-12.
  52. Sikdar AK, Shenoi MM, (1980) Control of leaf spot disease of mulberry by systemic fungicides. Indian Phytopath., 33(1): 38-41.
  53. Sikdar AK, Govindaiah, Madhava Rao YR, Jolly MS, Giridhar K, (1986) Control of root-knot nematode disease of mulberry by Temik 10G and Oil Cakes.  Indian J. Seric., 25(1): 33-35.
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  65. Sukumar J, Ramalingam A, (1987) Studies on the phylloplane microflora of mulberry. II. Influence of leaf age and season on the incidence of yeasts. Sericologia 27(1): 77-86.
  66. Sukurnar J, Padma SD, Bongale  VD, (2003) Occurrence of streptomycin resistant pathogenic strains of Pseudomonas mori in mulberry gardens of Karnataka. Agric. Sci. Digest., 23 (2) : 140 – 142.
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