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New Disease Reports - First record of powdery mildew caused by Oidiopsis haplophylli on Tropaeolum majus in Brazil
... mildew, which had the following morphology: internal mycelium septate, branched, hyaline, 3.75-5.0 m diameter; conidiophores arising from the internal mycelium and emerging through stomata, cylindrical, ... to Braun et al. (2002), Erysiphales anamorphs that have branched conidiophores arising from internal mycelium and have dimorphic conidia belong to the form-genus Oidiopsis. The morphology ...
www.bspp.org.uk

Tom Volk's Thansgiving fungi
... Infected fruit may have black spots in the field and collapse soon after harvest from internal rotting. Doesn't that sound yummy? Claviceps purpurea Ergot contamination of cream and milk ( ... Trichoderma viride Green mold disease of mushrooms. Trichoderma is a mold that can infect the mycelium and fruiting bodies of other fungi! Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Sclerotinia stem rot of Soybean, affecting ...
botit.botany.wisc.edu

Spores, Sexual and Asexual Questions
... your answer here Submit Answer 1 Answer 1 Essentially all cells, once separated from the mycelium, have the potential to initiate a new thallus. Therefore, spores are non specialised cells ... conidiospores? Type your answer here Submit Answer 3 Answer 3 Sporangiospores are formed following the internal division of cytoplasm within a sporangium, and they are found in the Chytridiomycota and Zygomycota ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

FAQ - Fungi and Mycorrhizae
... recognized as the yeasts (single-celled thallus, Figure 1), the molds (filamentous thallus called a mycelium consisting of tubular cells in long, branched, thread-like structures called hyphae, Figure 2) and ... obligate symbionts and cannot be cultivated outside the living roots of plants. Their colonization is internal to the root and cannot be seen without staining and microscopy. The common genera ...
res2.agr.gc.ca

Carnivorous Plants
... a tiny crustacean or insect. Numerous, tiny glands inside the bladder absorb most of the internal water and expel it on the outside. As a result, a partial vacuum is produced ... these fungi consists of a mass of intricately branched filaments, collectively referred to as a mycelium. Several predatory species in the genus Dactylaria attack minute nematodes called eelworms, and another fascinating ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

New Disease Reports - First report of powdery mildew (Oidium spp.) on greater celandine (Chelidonium majus) in Hungary
... a more precise identification of the novel powdery mildew anamorph, DNA was extracted from its mycelium, the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of the ribosomal DNA was PCR-amplified, cloned and sequenced ...
www.bspp.org.uk

Crop Diseases in Wheat 2 (Purdue University)
... may be spread apart, infected seed appear dark and have a fishy odor; internal tissues replaced by masses of black fungal spores. Conditions: Disease is favored ... to moderate temperatures and humid conditions. Infections only occur during flowering. Inoculum Survival: Internal seedborne mycelium. Inoculum Dispersal: Airborne spores. Management: Pathogen-free seed, systemic fungicide seed treatment, ...
www.btny.purdue.edu

Comparative Anatomy and Host Response...
... peach cultivars, Candor (susceptible) and Sunhaven (relatively resistant), were inoculated in the greenhouse with mycelium of either Leucostoma cincta or L. persoonii and sampled for histological study and pathogen ... boundaries, thus providing entry sites for the pathogens. Suberization of extant xylem ray parenchyma internal to wounds was observed in all wounded samples, but only in one of nine ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

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... sap rot depending on the tree species involved. External and internal examples of heart rot. Examples of sap rot Heart Rot Top ... and butt rot Examples of signs of slash rot Rhizomorphs Mycelium of a wood decay fungus. This is the vegetative portion ... Swollen butt (left), swollen knots (center), and soft crumbly wood (right). Internal discoloration of decayed wood Stages of wood decay Incipient Wood ...
www.cals.ncsu.edu

annosum_armillaria root rot
... is common, causing soil to adhere to them. The internal portion of roots can also have a wet, pitch-soaked appearance. An internal discoloration is often seen in the lower trunk portion ... is by rhizomorphs from root to root through soil. Spread within a tree is by mycelium and mycelial fans. Long distance dispersal is by windblown basidiospores. Acknowledgements: Several slides were provided ...
www.cals.ncsu.edu
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