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Background Oilseed rape (OSR; Brassica napus L.) is a highly valued crop for food, feed and industrial use. It is primarily grown in temperate climates, and over recent decades, its area of production and profitability have increased. Concurrently, several diseases negatively impact OSR production. Diseases caused by soil-borne pathogens, pose a ri...
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This reference covers the taxonomy, diversity, bioactivity, and nanotechnology involved in the study of Phoma. It presents the most recent molecular taxonomic approach, secondary metabolites, combating microbial threats and biohazards, and its use in nanotechnology from a basic research to an applied perspective. Expert contributors provide the lat...
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Plant-parasitic nematodes spend much of their lives inside or in contact with host tissue and molecular interactions constantly occur and shape the outcome of parasitism. Eggs of these parasites generally hatch in the soil, and the juveniles must locate and infect an appropriate host before their stored energy is exhausted. Components of host exuda...
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Evolution algebra has emerged as the leading branch of study with many scopes of development and further research. It possesses distinct concepts such as algebraic persistency, algebraic transiency, and algebraic periodicity. These notions lead to hierarchical structures for evolution algebras. A hierarchical structure of evolution algebra is state...
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Аннотация. Хасанов Б.А. Поражаемость грибными болезнями и состав патогенов мягкой и твёрдой пшеницы. Вестник сельскохозяйственной науки Казахстана, 1991, № 10, с. 41-43. Среднеазиатский НИИ фитопатологии (САНИИФ). Целью работы было определить различия в поражаемости надземных органов мягкой и твёрдой пшеницы, а также в составе и частоте всиречаемос...
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An incubation study was carried out in laboratories of Department of Plant Pathology, S.K.N. College of Agriculture, Jobner (Rajasthan) to study the effect of physical parameters on the growth and sclerotia formation of S. sclerotiorum causing stem rot of coriander during rabi season 2015-16. Results revealed that the potato dextrose agar medium wa...
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Аннотация. Хасанов Б.А., Глухова Л.А. Вредоносность пятнистостей ячменя в контролируемых условиях. Вестник сельскохозяйственной науки Казахстана, 1991, № 2, с. 65-67. Среднеазиатский НИИ фитопатологии (САНИИФ). Целью исследований было определить вредоносность возбудителей сетчатой (СП) (Drechslera teres) и тёмно-бурой (ТБП) (Bipolaris sorokiniana)...
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Аннотация. Хасанов Б.А., Мостовой В.А., Выприцкая А.А. Болезни яровой пшеницы в Северном Казахстане. Вестник сельскохозяйственной науки Казахстана, 1990, № 11, с. 37-42. Среднеазиатский НИИ фитопатологии (САНИИФ). В 1986-1989 гг. в маршрутных обследованиях изучали болезни яровой мягкой и твёрдой пшеницы в Кокчетавской, Северо-Казахстанской, Кустан...
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Management of plant disease triggered by phytobacteria is a challenge in phytopathology. Haphazard use of antibiotics and copper-based compounds has led to the emanation of antibiotic-resistant strains and copper-tolerant bacteria. In this present scenario, phage cocktail therapy against phytobacteria is one of the assuring quick fixes for the evol...
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Penyakit jamur akar putih (JAP) yang disebabkan oleh Rigidoporus microporus merupakan penyakit penting pada tanaman karet. Pengendalian penyakit JAP umumnya menggunakan fungisida sintetik yang berdampak buruk terhadap lingkungan dan berbiaya mahal. Salah satu cara pengendalian penyakit tular tanah yang lebih murah dan efisien adalah pemanfaatan mik...
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Phakopsora euvitis is a phytopathological fungal species described in plants of Vitis sp. This study aimed to report the first case of fungal infestation of P. euvitis in the botanical genus Plumeria, Plumeria rubra in Rio Verde, Goiás, Brasil. Leaves showing P. euvitis urediniospore infestation were collected at Instituto Federal Goiano, Rio Verde...
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Maize yields worldwide are limited by foliar diseases that could be fungal, oomycete, bacterial, or viral in origin. Correct disease identification is critical for farmers to apply the correct control measures, such as fungicide sprays. Deep learning has the potential for automated disease classification from images of leaf symptoms. We aimed to de...
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Pistachio (Pistacia vera) is an important Mediterranean crop. In Italy, pistachio is cultivated in the southern regions, of which Sicily is the main production area. Recently, the phytopathological situation of this crop has started to be updated, and new diseases have been discovered, studied, and reported. Botryosphaeriaceae spp. and Leptosillia...
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A research work that lasted for 42 days was conducted to evaluate the hepatoprotective effect, feed cost and chemical composition of Monodora myristica in Aspergillus flavus-infected broiler diets on broiler chickens. It was a 2x3 factorial experiment in a completely randomized design to evaluate the cost implication and the hepatoprotective effect...
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Plant disease visualization simulation belongs to an important research area at the intersection of computer application technology and plant pathology. However, due to the variety of plant diseases and their complex causes, how to achieve realistic, flexible, and universal plant disease simulation is still a problem to be explored in depth. Based...
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Plant diseases are the primary cause of crop losses globally, with an impact on the world economy. To deal with these issues, smart agriculture solutions are evolving that combine the Internet of Things and machine learning for early disease detection and control. Many such systems use vision-based machine learning methods for real-time disease det...
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The fast and continued progress of high-throughput sequencing (HTS) and the drastic reduction of its costs have boosted new and unpredictable developments in the field of plant pathology. The cost of whole-genome sequencing, which, until few years ago, was prohibitive for many projects, is now so affordable that a new branch, phylogenomics, is bein...
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The present review covers reports discussing potential applications of the specificity of Raman techniques in the advancement of digital farming, in line with an assumption of yield maximisation with minimum environmental impact of agriculture. Raman is an optical spectroscopy method which can be used to perform immediate, label-free detection and...
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Chilli L) is world's most popular and versatile vegetable crop from family . It(Capsicum annum Solanaceae is susceptible to wide range of pathogens including viruses, fungus, bacteria and nematodes responsible for losses in quality and quantity. Among viral diseases, Chilli leaf curl is most devastating to this crop. Chilli leaf curl disease caused...
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This presentation discusses preliminary data from next-generation sequencing (NGS) obtained from one single dandelion (Taraxacum officinale L.) host plant displaying symptoms of viral infection. The work focuses mainly on the contribution of NGS to the field of plant virology (virome analysis and virus identification). Four viral species were inden...
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The spread of bacterial pathogens of sugar beet was assessed by visual examination, PCR and microbiological/ phytopathological diagnostics of the collected at 2017 and 2020 plants samples. A high initial degree of damage to sugar beet plants by the causative agent of bacterial spot and blight Pseudomonas syringae pv. aptata has been established, an...
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This Topical Collection aims to provide an overview of the current trends and advances in wood decay mycology from different perspectives; it also encourages the proposition of multi-approach studies consistently focusing on the same object. This Topical Collection therefore aims to collect recent advances in the diversity, abundance, and distribut...
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Four endophytic fungal isolates, naturally associated with Solanum tuberosum L., were evaluated for their antagonistic activity against Rhizoctonia solani and their ability to suppress black scurf disease of potato tubers. To identify the potential implication of antifungal compounds in their inhibitory activity, cell-free culture filtrates were pr...
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A diverse panel of wheat wild relative species was screened for resistance to Fusarium head blight (FHB) by spray inoculation. The great majority of species and accessions were susceptible or highly susceptible to FHB. Accessions of Triticum timopheevii (P95-99.1-1), Agropyron desertorum (9439957), and Elymus vaillantianus (531552) were highly resi...
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Abstract The yerba-mate industry is one of the most important economic activities in Misiones, a province in the northeast of Argentina that is the world’s leading producer and exporter of this crop. White thread blight disease caused by Ceratobasidium niltonzousanum affects the cultivation reducing its quality and productivity. Due to the lack of...
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The all Experiments are based on Microbiology the minute things has been studied under the usage of microscope instrument. Specialized from the subject Botany
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Among pulses, Mungbean is an important pulse crop in the world. It contains huge amount of protein and have high nutritional value. The most important viral diseases of Mungbean are the Mungbean yellow mosaic and urdbean leaf crinkle viruses. Yield and quality of seed is affected by these two diseases. The screening studies were completed in resear...
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Declara el Gobierno de México el 1 de julio como Día Nacional de la Sanidad Vegetal. En este sentido la Sociedad Mexicana de Fitopatología conmemora este dia con el Panel: Impacto de la Sociedad Mexicana de Fitopatología en la protección vegetal de México.
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Abstract. Batyr A. Khasanov, Lyudmila A. Glukhova. Correlation between net- and spot-type symptoms of net blotch and genotypes of barley. Proceedings of the 9th Congress of the Mediterranean Phytopathological Union. September 18-24, 1994. Kuşadasi – Aydin, Türkie. Pages 167-168. Barley net blotch caused by Pyrenophora teres was expressed in fields...
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Advances in high-throughput sequencing methods have boosted the discovery of multistrain viral infections in diverse plant systems. This phenomenon appears to be pervasive for certain viral species. However, our knowledge of the transmission aspects leading to the establishment of such mixed infections is limited. Recently, we reported a mixed infe...
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Introduction Background: Potato is first among root and tuber crops in Ethiopia contributing for food security to more than 5 million households. However, the productivity of potato is constrained by many diseases and bacterial wilt (Ralstonia solanacearum) is among the most production threat in the country. Considering this latent BW assessment wa...
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The compounds involved in the hydroxycinnamic acid amide (HCAA) pathway are an important class of metabolites in plants. Extensive studies have reported that a variety of plant hydroxycinnamamides exhibit pivotal roles in plant-pathogen interactions, such as p-coumaroylagmatine and ferulic acid. The aim of this review is to discuss the emerging fin...
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Plant pathogens are one of the main factors hindering the breeding of cash crops. Pathogens, including oomycetes, fungus, and bacteria, secrete effectors as invasion weapons to successfully invade and propagate in host plants. Here, we review recent advances made in the field of plant-pathogen interaction models and the action mechanisms of phytopa...
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The control of black leaf streak disease (BLSD), caused by Mycosphaerella fijiensis Morelet, through the abusive use of synthetic fungicides, most often poses environmental pollution problems and harms consumers' health. In order to overcome this situation, this study was initiated with a view to comparing the impact of eight (8) essential-oil base...
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The success of the leaf anatomical research depends on how much the tissue or cell characteristics differentiate under the compound microscope. This demands, careful preparation of specimens including sectioning, staining, mounting, and so forth. This is possible only with a feasible and standardized methodology for specimen preparation. In this pa...
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Fusarium wilt is considered one of the most destructive diseases for tomato plants. The novelty of this work was to investigate the antifungal and plant growth-promoting capabilities of some plant growth-promoting fungi (PGPF). Plant growth-promoting fungi (PGPF) improved the plant health and control plant infections. In this study, two fungal stra...
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The sustainable cultivation of apricots is greatly threatened by crop fluctuations due to frost damage during flowering, which cause difficulties for farmers every year. For the past 50 years the use of rootstock and varieties as well as the production system have changed. The fruit trees are now facing new challenges from ecological and plant path...
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Б.А. Хасанов, А.Г. Шеримбетов ТАКСОНОМИЯ РОДА Fusarium И СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ МЕТОДЫ ИДЕНТИФИКАЦИИ ЕГО ВИДОВ (ОБЗОР) Род Fusarium является большим, проблемным и имеет большое значение в сельскохозяйственной фитопатологии, микотоксикологии и медицине, поэтому необходимо наличие надёжных методов идентификации его видов. За время существования этого рода в теч...
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Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla King, Meliaceae) is a forest species of high commercial value and is considered noble in many countries. Fungi are the main plant pathology agents, and can attack roots, leaves, flowers, fruits, woods, and seeds. Studies on diseases caused by fungi that affect S. macrophylla are incipient. There is little information...
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INTRODUÇÃO A queima bacteriana do alho causada por Pseudomonas marginalis pv. marginalis (Brown, 1918) Stevens, 1925 (sin. Pseudomonas fluorescens biótipo II) é caracterizada como uma das principais doenças na cultura (Becker, 2004; Becker, 1991). Os sintomas podem se manifestar em qualquer estádio de desenvolvimento da planta, onde inicialmente as...
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Sclerotiniasclerotiorum, the causal agent for white mold (Sclerotinia stem rot), is a devastating fungal pathogen. Currently, Sclerotinia is most commonly managed using the chemical fungicide which can lead to Sclerotinia resistance development, impacting biodiversity and interfering with key ecosystem services. In this regards, field experiments w...
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Citrus is the most cultivated fruit crop worldwide. The modern citrus industry needs new bioproducts to overcome phytopathological threats, tolerate stresses and increase yield and quality. Mutualistic microbes from roots significantly impact host physiology and health and are a potentially beneficial resource. The bacterial microbiome can be surve...
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Plant viruses cause enormous losses in agricultural production accounting for about 47% of the total overall crop losses caused by plant pathogens. More than 50% of the emerging plant diseases are reported to be caused by viruses, which are inevitable or unmanageable. Therefore, it is essential to devise novel and effective management strategies to...
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The ever‐growing world population, increasingly frequent extreme weather events and conditions, emergence of novel devastating crop pathogens, and the social strive for quality food products represent a huge challenge for current and future agricultural production systems. To address these challenges and find realistic solutions, it is becoming mor...
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Resumen En este trabajo se analizan las representaciones de los riesgos tóxicos del hexaclorociclohexano, un ingrediente activo de plaguicidas de uso común en los campos españoles durante el franquismo. Se hace énfasis en las prácticas que visibilizaron e invisibilizaron dichos riesgos en España entre 1945 y 1975, buscando establecer los actores qu...
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Abstract: Biocontrol, an alternative to chemical control against plant pathogens, may also improve plant health and enhance fruit yield. Tomato production in open fields or greenhouses is constrained by the pathogens Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici race 3 (Fol R3) and F. oxysporum f. sp. radicis-lycopersici (Forl). In this work, we studied th...
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Ganoderma is a large and diverse, cosmopolitan fungal genus in the Basidiomycota, comprises species with prized medicinal properties, valuable biotechnological applications and of significant phytopathological interest. In Europe, the number of Ganoderma species is low compared to North America, East Asia or the tropics. Among the seven accepted Ga...
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Tef leaf rust disease caused by Uromyces eragrostis is the widely distributed tef disease. Currently, an evaluation of different fungicides for the control of tef leaf rust is very crucial to tackle and minimize yield loss caused by this pathogen. Therefore, the activity aimed to identify effective fungicide(s) for the control of tef leaf rust dise...
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The simultaneous occurrence of multiple diseases is an understudied area in plant pathology; however, studies of animal and human diseases have shown that the presence of multiple pathogens can impact virulence, and the course of disease development. Furthermore, they also present an important driver of epidemiological dynamics. Global potato produ...
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Oomycetes form a distinct phylogenetic lineage of fungus-like eukaryotic microorganisms, of which several hundred organisms are considered among the most devastating plant pathogens—especially members of the genus Phytophthora. Phytophthora spp. have a large repertoire of effectors that aid in eliciting a susceptible response in host plants. What i...
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This study concerns the application of different geomatic techniques in forestry sector. An accurate 3D model of a veteran chestnut tree (Castanea sativa Mill.) has been realised integrating point clouds by Mobile Laser Scanner (MLS) and photogrammetry techniques. The surveys were conducted in two seasons (summer time: July 22nd 2021; autumn time:...
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Species of Paramyrothecium that are reported as plant pathogens and cause leaf spot or leaf blight have been reported on many commercial crops worldwide. In 2019, during a survey of fungi causing leaf spots on plants in Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son provinces, northern Thailand, 16 isolates from 14 host species across nine plant families were collect...
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As we start a New year, on behalf of the editorial team, I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation to the following Editors, for their outstanding and continued support to Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection journal. By accepting this additional work into their already busy schedules, and lending us their expertis...
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Plant protection textbook has been written to provide basic information about plant protection, mode of transformation of pathogens, and disease management for undergraduate and postgraduate students. This textbook would be useful for students, teachers and researchers to study and easy to understand the basic concepts of plant protection and plan...
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A peculiar symptom that may develop in grapevines affected by wood pathogens involved in the esca complex of diseases is the leaf stripe symptom, which also gives the name to the Grapevine Leaf Stripe Disease. Multiple studies have revealed strong links between fungal presence, wood symptomatology and expression of the leaf stripe symptom. However,...
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Bell pepper (Capsicum annuum) is prone to attack by a number of diseases, but Southern blight is the most destructive disease caused by Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc. For selection of resistant source, ten varieties of bell pepper were screened out against southern blight in the research area, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Agriculture, Fai...
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The objective of this document is to determine the minimum number of measurement points (or the cardinal of the sample to be collected) necessary to know, with a given precision, if a structure (field crop farming, arboriculture, stockbreeding, forest property) is affected or not by a pathology. We explain the related demonstration, then we display...
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Plant resistance proteins (R proteins) recognize effector proteins secreted by pathogenic microorganisms and trigger an immune response against pathogenic microbial infestation. Accurate identification of plant R proteins is an important research topic in plant pathology. Plant R protein prediction has achieved many research results. Recently, some...
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The microbial ecosystem provides an indigenous system for improving plant growth, health and stress resilience. Plant microbiota, including isolated microbial communities, have been studied to further understand the functional capacities, ecological structure and dynamics of the plant-microbe interaction. Due to climatic changes, there is an urgent...
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Nemato-toxic analysis of several chopped plant leaves against Meloidogyne incognita affecting tomato In vitro and In pots Mohd Ikram*, Mohammad Shariq, Faryad khan, Arshad Khan, Saba Fatima & Mansoor A. Siddiqui Section of Plant Pathology and Nematology, Department of Botany, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh 202002, India; *Corresponding author...
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Background Plant diseases significantly affect the crop, so their identification is very important. Correct identification of these diseases is crucial for establishing a good disease control strategy to avoid time and financial losses. In general, machines can greatly reduce the possibility of human error. In particular, computer vision techniques...
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Resumo Este trabalho aborda a longa história da agricultura do ponto de vista das pragas agrícolas e doenças vegetais. Mostra como os insetos e patógenos coevoluíram com as plantas domesticadas, adequando-se à tendência observada na agricultura desde as suas origens de simplificação dos ecossistemas. Acompanharam os cultivos na unificação biológica...
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Got Best Poster Presentation Award in the 8th International Conference on Plant Pathology: Retrospect and Prospect, organised by Indian Phytopathological society
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Macrophomina phaseolina (Tassi) Goid. is a pathogen with an exceptionally broad host range. It is soil-borne root and stem infecting organism that causes damage by plugging or rotting of vascular tissues in root and lower stems and stalks. Disease incidence is often greatest when maturing plants are stressed by drought and high temperature. The exp...
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The book deals with some scientific concepts; plant ecology, Mycology, plant physiology, tissue cultures, plant hormones, plant taxonomy
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RESUMO O bolor verde, causado pelo fungo Penicillium digitatum, é considerado o maior problema na fase de pós-colheita em laranjas. A aplicação de fungicidas é o método mais utilizado para o manejo da doença, entretanto, tem sido associada à seleção de estirpes resistentes. Neste contexto, o objetivo deste trabalho foi avaliar o efeito de produtos...
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Bacterial spot disease was first reported from South Africa by Ethel M. Doidge in 1920. In the ensuing century after the initial discovery, the pathogen has gained global attention in plant pathology research, providing insights into host–pathogen interactions, pathogen evolution, and effector discovery, such as the first discovery of transcription...
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Dickeya are plant pathogenic bacteria able to provoke disease on a wide range of plants. A type 2 secretion system (T2SS) named Out is necessary for Dickeya virulence. Previous studies showed that the D . dadantii T2SS secretes a wide range of plant cell wall degrading enzymes, including pectinases and a cellulase. However, the full repertoire of e...
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This presentation discusses preliminary data from next-generation sequencing (NGS) obtained from one single tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) host plant displaying symptoms of viral infection. The work focuses mainly on the contribution of NGS to the field of plant virology (virome analysis and virus identification).