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Plant Pathology Glossary
... cells and tissues that results from continuous irritation by a pathogenic agent or environmental factor which leads to the development of symptoms; - abnormal functioning of physiological ... of a compact mass of hyphae and capable of surviving under unfavourable environmental conditions. Under favourable conditions the sclerotium can produces sexual or asexual fruiting bodies. Secondary Inoculum ...
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Plant Pathology: Infection Process: Disease Development
... important in determining its ability to infect resistant hosts or to survive changed environmental conditions. Adaptability is determined by the pathogen's genetic flexibility and reproductive efficiency. ... against a particular plant will generally not cause serious disease unless the environmental conditions are favourable. This includes the aerial environment and the soil (edaphic) environment. ...
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Plant Pathology: Disease Management: Biological Control
... fungus by another (hyperparasitism or mycoparasitism) is well documented and is affected by environmental factors, including nutrient availability. Formulations of some parasitic species of fungi are ... efficacy under the range of environmental conditions likely to occur in the field. This problem can only be overcome by better understanding the environmental parameters that limit biological control. ...
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Mycology - Growth and Development - Introduction
... Changes Over Time Summary Questions Growth of Hyphae and Development of Fungi Introduction Growth Phases Environmental Conditions Sporulation Summary Questions Formation of Complex Structures Introduction Linear Organs 3-Dimensional Organs Summary Questions ...
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Mycology - Reproduction and Dispersal - Introduction
... a tiny proportion need germinate and establish a colony to maintain the population. Whenever conditions favour germination and establishment, the size of the population can increase explosively. Some ... of interlinked compartments, which expand and contract, fuse and shatter, according to the environmental conditions. Thus over time, these fungi are largely invariant. Other fungi have short life ...
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Mycology - Structure and Function - Sclerotia and Stromata
... They remain dormant or quiescent during the stressful period and then germinate when conditions are more favourable. Sclerotia of Rhizoctonia solani. A number of different types ... TOP Germination Sclerotia on agar. Germination of sclerotia is usually associated with improved environmental conditions, usually adequate moisture and temperature. The fungus Polyporus mylittae appears to germinate ...
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Mycology - Growth and Development - Hyphal Elongation
... Changes Over Time Summary Questions Growth of Hyphae and Development of Fungi Introduction Growth Phases Environmental Conditions Sporulation Summary Questions Formation of Complex Structures Introduction Linear Organs 3-Dimensional Organs Summary Questions ...
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