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Can North American rose hybridizers safely use pollen from PNRSV infected roses
... the exact quote from Sweet's paper (except for parts referring to other plants)): "PNRSV was sap-inoculated directly from the infected ..... Rosa spp. and from .... to herbaceous hosts ... See footnote (5). The ability to transfer, mechanically, the virus through pollen to indicator plants was reported in 1994. H. Baumgartnerova, Institute of Experimental Phytopathology and Entomology, Slovak ...
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Chenopodium quinoa
... Faro, Isluga and Temuco (Seeds of Change). Seedlings of these plus “greenhouse quinoa" were inoculated with brome mosaic, tobacco mosaic, beet soilborne mosaic and tobacco streak viruses. Symptoms ... often have high ELISA and minipurification backgrounds. Inoculating a common host and testing young plants by ELISA or minipurification should improve reliability of detection. Conclusions C. quinoa is ...
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Soybean viruses
... other states are beginning to find AMV in apparently symptomless plants. Tobacco Streak TSV (Ilarvirus) protein cannot be detected by ... brown plants with small pods (see symptoms). Virus could not be detected by minipurification from field tissue, but minipurified samples were inoculated ... than TSV or AMV. The virus gives brown lesions on inoculated cowpea leaves and kills the upper part of the plant ...
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Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology, Volume 27, Number 2, April – June 2005
... Bactéries et phytoplasmes Reduction of bacterial leaf spot severity on radish, lettuce, and tomato plants grown in compost-amended potting mixes J.H. Aldahmani, P.A. Abbasi, F. Sahin, ... cell biology / Biochimie et biologie cellulaire Volatile metabolites from the headspace of onion bulbs inoculated with postharvest pathogens as a tool for disease discrimination A. Vikram, H. Hamzehzarghani, and ...
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OREP - Use of natural fruit volatiles for reduction of postharvest rot of stonefruits and pears
... (drewd@agr.gc.ca) [Help on PDF] Executive Summary: Volatile compounds are ubiquitous in plants, giving fruits their characteristic aroma and flavour. There is increasing evidence that these volatile ... . The highly effective volatiles selected in the in vitro trials were then tested on inoculated fruits. Peaches, nectarines, pears, plums and cherries were tested, but time constraints prevented all ...
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Potato viruses - DIVERSITY
... over England. Healthy potato plants, inoculated with the virus of Leaf Roll by aphids which had fed on diseased plants, became affected in all of ... true seeds. By planting infected tubers the disease was continued. The plants were stunted, their leaves rolled up into trumpet shapes, and ... by them. Then it was found that if a potato was inoculated with a certain mild strain of X, inoculation ten days ...
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Ulmus x 'Cathedral'
... Ulmus x 'Cathedral' Michigan State University Extension Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - 00001488 11/12/99 Ulmus x 'Cathedral' Hardiness Zones: 4 to ... Nurseries. The tree is a result of a cross of Japanese and Siberian Elm. When inoculated with Dutch Elm Disease the tree has proven to be resistant. The fall foliage color ...
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Wattle Grow - Bradyrhizobium, Acacia product
... bacterium called Bradyrhizobium improves their chances of survival and increases their growth rates. Many plants grow in 'symbiotic' relationships where the plant grows with another organism, like bacteria. The ... in north-central Victoria. These trials have shown that direct seeding of wattle seed inoculated, or covered, with Bradyrhizobium has establishment rates 2 to 5 times better than untreated ...
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APSnet Feature - Flora W. Patterson: The First Woman Mycologist at the USDA
... Many of these specimens were microfungi on exotic tropical plants growing in the USDA greenhouses, newly discovered pathogens on crop plants, or fungi found during inspection of agricultural commodities ... to control pineapple rot caused by Thielaviopsis paradoxa (12) (Fig. 10). Fig. 10. Pineapples inoculated with Thielaviopsis paradoxa, cause of pineapple rot. Fruit on right sprayed with spores ...
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APSnet Feature - Return of an Old Problem:Fusarium Head Blight of Small Grains
... , means Fusarium "of the grasses". FG is also a superb colonizer of compromised or weakened plants of all sorts. FG has been recorded from dozens of crops and it is a ... of the priorities of the "US National Wheat and Barley Scab Initiative." Resistance Fig. 7. Inoculated wheat heads illustrating the expression of "Type II" resistance. Resistance to FHB and its genetics ...
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