PLANT PATHOLOGY – GEORGE N. AGRIOS – Department of Plant Pathology – University of FloridaTo begin with, ?Plant Pathology, 5th edition? provides each instructor with all the significant new developments in each area and gives the instructor choices in the type and amount of general concepts material (Chapters 1?9) and of specific diseases (Chapters 10?16) he/she will cover. Each chapter begins with a fairly detailed, well-organized table of contents that can be used by students and instructors as an outline for the chapter. The instructor can also use it to cover parts ofit in detail in class while some of the topics are covered briefly and others are assigned to the students as further reading. Each student, however, has all the latest material, well organized and beautifully illustrated, available in a way that is self-explanatory and, with the completeglossary provided, can be understood with minimal effort.