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Mycology - Structure and Function - Spores
... spores. Very different types of spores are formed following asexual or sexual processes. LINK Where the spore is genetically similar to its parent, and is formed following ...
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Spores, Sexual and Asexual Questions
... are formed following the internal division of cytoplasm within a sporangium, and they are found in the Chytridiomycota and Zygomycota. Conidiospores are formed following the extrusion of cytoplasm surrounded by new wall material. Conidia are ...
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Black Knot
... , plums and mayday trees. Rough, elongated, hard black swellings are commonly found on twigs and branches. Spores are formed in mature black knots and are released in the spring and spread by wind and rain ... fall, the branch will be noticeably swollen but may not be black in colour. The following spring the swelling continues to enlarge eventually forming a large black mass. The recommended method ...
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Fungal Diseases
... is a not-for-profit charity based in the UK which was formed in 1991. The Trust's objectives are the following: To advance education particularly amongst physicians and scientists about mycology, fungal ... most Colorado rose diseases. Foliar fungal diseases are spread by air or water-borne spores that survive on leaf debris. Nine diseases and their control are described in this fact sheet. http://www ...
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Red Stele Root Rot of Strawberry, HYG-3014-95
... are formed ... following junebearing varieties are reported to be resistant to Red Stele: Allstar; Delite; Earliglow; Guardian; Lester; Midway; Redchief; Scott; Sparkle; Sunrise and Surecrop. The everbearing varieties are ...
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Rust of Apple, HYG-3024-92
... sporehorns are formed on the galls in the spring and spores (teliospores) are produced. Each teliospore germinates and produces four to eight sporidia or basidiosproes. As sporehorns begin to dry, the sporidia are ... the twig. A young, pea-size, greenish-brown gall develops. The gall enlarges the following year, but does not produce sporehorns with teliospores until the second spring. The complete ...
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Vegetable Crops - pt 4
... Extreme hot or cold temperatures and dry weather will slow the disease progress. The following practices should control white rust: 1) destroy crop residue; 2) cultivate fields prior ... plants. Stromata are formed in the leaves and these overwinter in the fallen foliage. When weather conditions favor fungal development, growth resumes. Spores are formed from this tissue and they are carried by wind ...
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Pecan
... and within a few days spores are formed at the surface. They are spread by wind and rain to developing leaves and nutlets. If weather conditions are favorable, the spores germinate and enter the ... are visible in the spots. When severe, infected leaflets are killed, causing leaf shed in late summer or early fall. Premature shedding adds to the reduced plant vigor. Fungicides applied following ...
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Ornamental Pathology Facts
... . The underside of the fruiting structure has tiny pores in which the spores are formed. New shelves form on the wood the following summer and autumn. Fruiting occurs long after most of the damage ... and on petioles. Cankers that form on twigs and trees can be defoliated prematurely. The spores formed on ash blow to and infect Spartina (cordgrass) in salt marshes where the fungus overwinters ...
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Ornamental Pathology Facts
... bark is slightly depressed and cracked in areas on trees with dying limbs. Infected trees are very prone to wind breakage. Massive clusters of bright, sulfur-yellow to salmon to bright ... . The underside of the fruiting structure has tiny pores in which the spores are formed. New shelves form on the wood the following summer and autumn. Fruiting occurs long after most of the damage ...
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