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Scientific Staff - Lorne Stobbs
... Virus was not detected in inoculated plants by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, electron microscopy, or back-inoculation to susceptible tobacco plants. Resistant plants were similar in ... butenyl glucosinolate was higher in inoculated plants than in uninoculated plants, whereas other glucosinolates were unaffected or reduced in concn in inoculated plants. Such alterations in glucosinolate ...
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OSU Nematode Testing Service
... ) Criconemella xenoplax: In pots, non-inoculated seedling roots weighed 2.0 times more (p < 0.01) than those inoculated with 167/100 cc ... hapla: In pots, root and shoot weight of Vitis vinifera vines inoculated with 1000 eggs/100 cc was significantly lower than that of ... plants were 2.2, 1.7, and 1.7 times greater, and root weights were 1.4, 1.6, and 1.2 times higher on control than inoculated plants ...
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OSU Nematode Testing Service
... ON NUMBER OF PLANTS INFECTED COMPARED TO NUMBER OF PLANTS INOCULATED This is expressed as a fraction. If 10 plants were inoculated and 5 were infected, then 5/10 inoculated plants were infected ... White Globe was slightly susceptible, and 25/46 inoculated plants were infected. White Bunching was not susceptible, and 0/52 inoculated plants were infected (Faulkner and McEvoy 1964). Southport White ...
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New Disease Reports - First report of Rhizoctonia solani causing leaf spot of Adhatoda vasica
... of potted plants of A. vasica were spray-inoculated with aqueous suspension of mycelium and sclerotia taken from 7-day-old culture on PDA. Inoculated plants, vis--vis water-sprayed control plants were ... developed symptoms. Although R. solani is known to cause foliar diseases of many plants including medicinal plants (Janardhanan, 2002), this is the first report of R. solani causing leaf spot ...
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New Disease Reports - First report of Verticillium wilt of melon caused by Verticillium dahliae in Tunisia
... Tunisia: necrosis and dropping of leaves Figure 3: Symptoms on severely infected melon plants: whole plants with desiccated leaves Pure colonies of fungi were consistently and readily isolated from ... and interveinal yellowing and necrosis on melon plants 30 days after inoculation. V. dahliae was successfully re-isolated from the stems of the inoculated plants. Occurrence of Verticillium wilt of ...
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New Disease Reports - Basal rot of Alstroemeria spp. caused by Fusarium oxysporum in Argentina
... Figure 4: Stems hollow and constricted at the base (arrows) Figure 5: Uninoculated (left) and inoculated plants (right) of alstroemeria in a pathogenicity test Pathogenicity tests were done with two isolates ... on wounded stems inoculated with F. oxysporum after 15-18 days (Fig. 4) and after 20-25 days in stems from soil infested with F. oxysporum. Uninoculated controls and plants inoculated with ...
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New Disease Reports - First report of stemphylium leaf blight of onion caused by Stemphylium vesicarium in Egypt
... and plants were kept under field conditions until symptoms appeared. Symptoms were similar to those observed in onion plants in commercial fields. The fungus was reisolated from lesions of inoculated plants, but not from tissues of any of the control plants. This experiment was ...
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New Disease Reports - First report of rhododendron powdery mildew on Rhododendron spp. in the Czech Republic
... onto three, healthy R. mollis plants. Five non-inoculated plants served as controls. Inoculated and non-inoculated plants were maintained in a garden where temperature ranged between 18 and 30C. After 12 days, typical powdery mildew symptoms appeared on the leaves of inoculated plants ...
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New Disease Reports - First report of Phytophthora citricola on Mangifera indica in Spain
... ). Ten non-inoculated plants were used as controls. No aerial symptoms were observed but 4 months after inoculation, P. citricola was recovered from necrotic roots of inoculated plants confirming its pathogenicity to mango. In addition, detached mango leaves and stems of mango seedlings (cv. Gomera 3) were inoculated with mycelial plugs ...
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Reduction of bacterial leaf spot severity on radish, lettuce, and tomato plants grown in compost-amended potting mixes
... evaluated. Plants grown in the FCPB mix and inoculated with bacterial leaf spot pathogens were less severely diseased than plants grown in commercial peat mix or vermiculite. In some cases, plants ... steam-treated compost-amended greenhouse soil, and these plants were also less severely diseased. Infected radish and tomato plants grown in these compost-amended substrates also harbored significantly ...
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