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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 26 (2013)

Sigurdur Ingvarsson. 2013. Editorial. Icelandic Agricultural Sciences, 26: 2.

Sigurdur H. Richter, Matthías Eydal, Karl Skírnisson and Erling Ólafsson. 2013. Tick species (Ixodida) identified in Iceland.Icelandic Agricultural Sciences, 26: 3-10.

Sigridur Hjartardottir, Vala Fridriksdottir, Eggert Gunnarsson, Jarle Reiersen, Valgerdur Andresdottir, Signy Bjarnadottir, Gudbjorg Jonsdottir and Katrin Astradsdottir. 2013. Comparison of sensitivity of a Campy-Cefex dilution method and PCR in detecting Campylobacter in broilers. Icelandic Agricultural Sciences 26: 11-19.

Bjarni D. Sigurdsson and Bjarni E. Gudleifsson. 2013.Impact of afforestation on earthworm populations in Iceland.Icelandic Agricultural Sciences 26: 21-36.

Aly A. Aly, Ezzat M. Hussein, Amal A. Asran, Ola G.H. El-Hawary, Ahmed A. Mosa and Mohamed H. Mostafa. 2013. Non-differential interaction between isolates of Rhizoctonia solani and flax cultivars. Icelandic Agricultural Sciences 26: 37-44.

Rita Asakaviciute, Vaiva Brazinskiene and Almantas Razukas. 2013. Short Communication: Late blight Phytophtora infestans (Mont.) de Bary resistance evaluation in ten Lithuanian potato cultivars. Icelandic Agricultural Sciences26: 45-48.

Ivar Örn Arnason, Sunna Sigurdardottir, Arni Kristmundsson, Vilhjalmur Svansson and Sigridur Gudmundsdottir. 2013. Evaluation of a semi-nested PCR for detection of Renibacterium salmoninarum in samples from kidney, gill and ovarian fluid of Atlantic salmon broodfish. Icelandic Agricultural Sciences 26: 49-57.

Asa L. Aradottir and Gudrun Oskarsdottir. 2013. The use of native turf transplants for roadside revegetation in a subarctic area. Icelandic Agricultural Sciences 26: 59-67.

Gudmundur Halldórsson, Bjarni D. Sigurdsson, Brynja Hrafnkelsdóttir, Edda S. Oddsdóttir, Ólafur Eggertsson, and Erling Ólafsson. 2013. New arthropod herbivores on trees and shrubs in Iceland and changes in pest dynamics: A review.Icelandic Agricultural Sciences 26: 69-84.