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quiescent infections

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Brown Rot - June, 1998
... infections. The subsequent invasion of shoots also enables the pathogen to survive in the host for long periods. In some areas, infections of flowers may result in active or quiescent infections that either cause decay of green fruit or become active prior to harvest. Quiescent infections of peach and ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

Brown Rot - July, 1997
... infections. The subsequent invasion of shoots also enables the pathogen to survive in the host for long periods. In some areas, infections of flowers may result in active or quiescent infections that either cause decay of green fruit or become active prior to harvest. Quiescent infections of peach and ...
www.caf.wvu.edu
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anthracnose control of avocado
... infection process of Cg in mango and avocado fruit using strains which produce quiescent infections and/or limited lesions. Major Outcomes: DNA fingerprinting studies found that Cg isolates ... causing pepper spot was not observed to be significantly different from Cg causing quiescent anthracnose infections. A strong link between rootstock, fruit mineral nutrient concentrations, antifungal compounds, ...
www.tpp.uq.edu.au

Botrytis Fruit Rot "Gray Mold" of Strawberry, Raspberry and Blackberry, HYG-3017-94
... a cluster may show blasting (browning and drying) that may extend down the pedicel. Fruit infections usually appear as soft, light brown, rapidly enlarging areas on the fruit. If infected ... parts, often turning the blossoms brown. These blossom infections establish the fungus within the receptacle of the young fruit as a "latent" or "quiescent" infection. The fungus generally remains latent in ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Linda's Orchid Pages - Wilting Flowers
... about it. It is important to know that while high temperature in general favors fungal infections, alas, Pythium ultimum can be active even at rather low temperatures, including in cool greenhouses ... the pseudobulbs even if you have to cut it back. At the base there are quiescent buds from which new growth will emerge. In some cases cutting back the top of ...
www.orchidlady.com