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  Singapore Journal of Scientific Research is a quarterly, peer-reviewed international research journal that addresses both applied and theoretical issues. The scope of the journal encompasses research articles, original research reports, reviews, short communications and scientific commentaries in the fields of applied and theoretical sciences, biology, chemistry, physics, zoology, medical studies, environmental sciences, mathematics, statistics, geology, engineering, agricultural engineering, computer science, social sciences, natural sciences, technological sciences, linguistics, medicine, industrial and all other applied and theoretical sciences.

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Arulpragasam, P.V. and A. Balasuriya, 1991. A new wood rot in tea (Camellia sinensi-s). Tea Bull., 11: 23-26.
Arulpragasam, P.V. and A. Balasuriya, 1995. Common Diseases of Tea. In: Field Guide Book, Sivapalan, P., N.C. Gnanapragasam and A. Kathiravetpillai (Eds.)., Tea Research Institute, Sri Lanka, pp: 88-100.
Balasuriya, A. and J. Kalaichelvan, 2000. Is there potential in natural tea-phylloplane microorganisms in the control of blister blight leaf disease of tea (Camellia sinensis)?. Planter, Incorporated Soc. Planters, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 76: 409-417.
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Balasuriya, A. and N.K.B. Adikaram, 1998. Wood rot in Sri Lankan tea (Camellia sinensis): The cause, nature of tissue damage and yield loss. Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of Plant Pathology, August 9-16th 1998, Edinburgh, Scotland, -.
Balasuriya, A. and N.K.B. Adikaram, 2002. Extent of bush damage and resultant yield losses of a tea clone, susceptible to stem blight, caused by Nemania diffusa (Syn. Hypoxylon vestitum). Sri Lanka J. Tea Sci. Tea Res. Inst. Sri Lanka, Talawakelle, 67: 21-31.
Balasuriya, A. and N.K.B. Adikaram, 2009. Some spatial, temporal and spatio-temporal considerations of wood decay of tea (Camellia sinensis), caused by Nemania diffusa (Syn. Hypoxylon vestitum). Crop. Prot. Elsivier, 28: 273-279.
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Balasuriya, A., 2008. Common Diseases of Tea and their Management (Revised). In: Handbook on Tea, Zoysa, A.K.N. (Ed.)., Tea Research Institute, Sri Lanka, pp: 173-209.
Balasuriya, A., 1982. Diseases of foliage plants. Phyta, Department Botany, Univ. Peradeniya, 2: 8-14.
Balasuriya, A., 2001. Control of blister blight leaf disease of tea in Sri Lanka; historical overview, milestones and future directions. Bull. UPASI Tea Res. Found., 54: 146-158.
Balasuriya, A., 2004. Lessons learnt, contributions made to Plant Pathology; Managing Blister blight disease of tea (Camellia sinensis) in Sri Lanka. Proceedings of the 60th Annual Session, December 17-22, Part II-Inaugaral Address and Presidential Addresses, Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Science, Colombo, pp: 45-62.
Balasuriya, A., 2006. Role of natural vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza in the sustenance of plantation agriculture with special reference to tea (Camellia sinensis). Proceedings of the International Conference on Humid Tropical Ecosystems: Changes, Challenges and Opportunities, December 4-9th, Kandy, Sri Lanka, -.
Balasuriya, A., 2009. Significance of biocontrol agents in disease management for sustainable agriculture, with special reference to Tea (Camellia sinensis). In: Role of Biocontrol Agents for Disease Management in Sustainable Agriculture, Ponmurugan, P. and M.A. Deepa (Eds.)., Research India Publications, B-2/84, Ground Floor, Rohini Sector-16, Delhi-110085, India, 1-11.
Balasuriya, A., G.D. Wimaladasa and A.R. Ratnayake, 2000. Effect of applica-t-ion of NPK fer-tiliz-ers on the natural incidence of vesicular arbusc-ular mycorrh-iza in the rhizosphere soils and feeder roots of Tea (Camellia sinensi-s). Sri Lanka J. Tea Sci., 66: 61-68.
Balasuriya, A., P.V. Arulpragasam and R.M.A. Ratnayake, 1991. Mycorrhiza in Tea. Tea Bull., 11: 3-12.
Balasuriya, A., R.M.D.T. Pallemulla and A. Somarathna, 2002. New problem fungus in Tea?. Tea Bull. Tea Res. Inst. Sri Lanka, Talawakelle, 17: 1-7.
Balasuriya, A., R.M.D.T. Pallemulla and R.M.A. Ratnayake, 1999. Influence of mycorrhiza, systemic fungicide (Tebuconazole) and added P on phosphorous utilization by Tea (Camellia sinensis). Proceedings of the 55th Annual Sessions, Part I-Abstracts. Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Science, December 1999, Colombo, -.
Balasuriya, A., R.M.D.T. Pallemulla and R.M.A. Ratnayake, 2002. An improved measure of the intensity of blister blight in the field. Sri Lanka J. Tea Sci. Tea Res. Inst. Sri Lanka, Talawakelle, 67: 13-20.
Cooray, B.A.P. and A. Balasuriya, 2002. Antagonism of three naturally occurring fungi against major tea root diseases of Sri Lanka and their sensitivity to recommended systemic fungicides. Proceedings of the 58th Annual Sessions, December 2002, Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Science, Colombo, -.
Costa, D.M.D.E, R.M.S.P. Ratnayake and A. Balasuriya, 2005. Microbial population dynamics of the phyllosphere of tea (Camellia sinensis) and its influence on Exobasidium vexans, the blister blight pathogen. Sri Lankan J. Agric. Sci., 42: 94-104.
Dissanayake, N.C., W.A.D.P. Wanigasundera, A. Balasuriya and M.K.S.L.D. Amaratunge, 2009. A field assessment of factors affecting Horse Hair Blight (Marasmius equicrinis) in tea in ratanapura district. J. Agric. Sci., Sabaragamuwa Univ. Sri Lanka, 4: 59-66.
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Edirisinghe, C., A. Balasuriya and D.C. Abeysinghe, 2003. The extent, severity and the major contributory factors that influence the Horse Hair Blight (Marasmius equicrinis) of tea in galle district of Sri Lanka. Proceedings of 3rd Agricultural Symposium, June 16th, Faculty of Agriculture and Plantation Management, Wayamba University of Sri Lanka, pp: 39-44.
Samarakoon, S.A.M.C., A. Balasuriya, R.G.A.S. Rajapaksha and W.A.R.T. Wickramarachchi, 2012. Molecular detection and partial characterization of Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus in Sri Lanka. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 15: 863-870.
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Sirisena, U.G.A.I., A. Balasuriya, P.A. Weerasinghe and J.W.K.K. Jayasundara, 2007. Microbial status of tea (Camellia sinensis) during different stages of processing in up country. Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Sessions, December 2007, Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Science, Colombo, -.