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Laboratory Exercises in Plant Pathology - Identification of Powdery Mildew Fungi
... mildew fungi produce epiphytic mycelium, a few genera produce hyphae that are within the leaf tissue; this is known as endophytic growth. Conidia (asexual spores) are also produced on plant ... polycyclic diseases that can impair photosynthesis, stunt growth, and increase the rate of senescence of host tissue. The diseases they cause may be slight or, in some situations, if left untreated, they ...
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APSnet Education Center - Introductions to the Major Pathogen Groups - Introduction to Parasitic Flowering Plants
... placenta-like saddle. This structure is called a woodrose (Figure 46). When the mistletoe haustorial tissue (composed mainly of parenchyma) decays, the woodrose remains and is often used for decorative art ... , thus many are successfully established on young tree branches. The seeds can only penetrate younger host tissue because of the thickness of the bark. Figure 57. Figure 58. Figure 59. Figure 60 ...
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OSU Nematode Testing Service
... of kinds of nematodes feed only on the outer tissue of the root, others penetrate more deeply, and some completely enter the host. There are different ways they harm the plants. Some ... , or enlarged structures in which the nematodes live, or both. Some produce metabolites which kill host tissue. These activities all result in energy being removed from plants to support nematodes. Some plant ...
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The BSPP - Publications - BSPP News33 Autumn 1998
... by hands-on demonstration and living material of fruit and vegetable rots, fungicide resistance and host resistance to disease. A quiz, based on the exhibition posters and demonstration, was completed ... show how different apple rot fungi use different enzymes to `eat' different components of the host tissue. These workshops were a great success and were heavily oversubscribed. The tables on which ...
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gloss
... fungus. Sorus - A fruiting structure, which consists of a mass of spores in or on host tissue. Species - A unit of classification of closely related individuals resembling one another in certain ... to example) Systemic infection - An infection in which the parasite is found generally throughout the host tissue. T(top) Taxonomy - The science of classification of organisms; it is chiefly a study ...
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Fruit Disease Focus - April, 1998 - Apple Scab
... the growing season depending upon the frequency of infection periods and the susceptibility of host tissue. IV. Monitoring: During the dormant period, no monitoring is required by growers. Consult with ... prevent the spores from germinating or penetrating leaf tissue. To be effective, they must be applied to the surface of susceptible tissue before infection occurs. Occurrence of infection can be ...
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template
... Fungi: Deuteromycota (Fungi Imperfecti) Diagram of a conidium and conidiphores on host tissue. Conidia (gray masses) and conidiophores on diseased plant tissue. To the right is a close-up of the same ... of the pycnidium, showing the conidia inside and the host tissue surrounding them. Surface views of pycnidia on infected pine needles (left) and leaf tissue (right). Note the white spore masses on ...
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Plant Tissue Culture
... Tissue Culture Plant Tissue Culture Presenter: Lydiane (Ann) Kyte Host: Kathy Liu Discussion ... Vidaver, 1988. Glossary of Plant Tissue Culture, Portland, OR. Timber Press, $22.95. Good definitions of tissue culture terms. Kyte, Lydiane and ... Biological Edmond Scientific PhytoTechnology Laboratories This company specializes in plant tissue culture supplies. Downloadable documents (choose MS Word or PDF ...
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New Disease Reports - Capparis spinosa a new host for Sclerotium rolfsii
... rolfsii Reports Search NDR About NDR Editors Author Info Submission Links Capparis spinosa a new host for Sclerotium rolfsii A. Infantino*, N. Pucci, G. Di Giambattista and L. Tomassoli Istituto ... each field affected on between 1-5 branches (Fig. 1), with whitish mycelium and rotting tissue often present at the base of symptomatic shoots. During another survey in September, several plants ...
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Comparative Anatomy and Host Response...
... WV 25430 ABSTRACT (Copyright American Phytopathological Society) Biggs, A. R. 1986. Comparative Anatomy and Host Response of Two Peach Cultivars Inoculated with Leucostoma cincta and L. persoonii. Phytopathology ... and with primary phloem fibers, and the nonsuberized centipetal surface of juvenile callus tissue. The expansion and coalescing of gum ducts caused the rupture of suberized xylem ...
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