2 edition of Studies in phyllosticta. found in the catalog.
Studies in phyllosticta.
H. A. van der Aa
|Statement||by H.A. van der Aa.|
|Series||Studies in mycology -- no.5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||110|
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Phyllosticta is a geographically widespread genus of plant pathogenic fungi with a diverse host range. This study redefines Phyllosticta, and shows that it clusters sister to the Botryosphaeriaceae (Botryosphaeriales, Dothideomycetes), for which the older family name Phyllostictaceae is resurrected.
In moving to a unit nomenclature for fungi, the generic name Phyllosticta was chosen over Cited by: Most studies on endophytes of tropical plants center around one or a few individual hosts and they address the existence of endophytes in a tropical plant community (Kumaresan and Suryanarayanan, ; Suryanarayanan et al., ).
Among the genera, the coelomycete genus Phyllosticta was often present (Suryanarayanan et al., ). Phyllosticta is an important coelomycetous plant pathogenic genus known to cause leaf spots and various fruit diseases worldwide on a large range of hosts.
Species recognition in Phyllosticta has historically been based on morphology, culture characters and host association. Although there have been several taxonomic revisions and enumerations of species, there is still considerable confusion Cited by: Typification and phylogenetic study of Phyllosticta ampelicida and P.
vaccinii Article (PDF Available) in Mycologia (4) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Phyllosticta capitalensis is an endophyte and weak plant pathogen with a worldwide distribution presently known from 70 plant families. This study isolated P. capitalensis from different host.
Citrus black spot is a fungal disease caused by Guignardia Ascomycete fungus affects citrus plants throughout subtropical climates, causing a reduction in both fruit quantity and quality. Symptoms include both fruit and leaf lesions, the latter being critical to inter-tree dispersal.
Strict regulation and management is necessary to control this disease since there are currently Causal agents: Phyllosticta citricarpa.
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Phyllostictaceae. From Wikispecies. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Taxonavigation A phylogenetic re-evaluation of Phyllosticta (Botryosphaeriales).
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Abstract. As the first report of monographic studies of the genus Phyllosticta in Japan, four new species, Phyllosticta disanthi on Disanthus cercidifolius, P.
hoveniicola on Hovenia dulcis, P. ligustricola on Ligustrum obtusifolium, and Phyllosticta alliacea on Allium fistulosum, are described and illustrated.A new teleomorphic state of P. alliorum, Guignardia alliacea, is by: 7. Phyllosticta platani is a fungal plant pathogen infecting plane trees.
It is found in Eastern North America and Europe. References. External links. Index Fungorum; USDA ARS Fungal Database This Dothideomycetes-related article is a stub.
You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This plant disease Family: Botryosphaeriaceae. Distribution Top of page. Previous records of Guignardia on citrus in some countries may involve the non-pathogenic species Guignardia countries, states and provinces listed are locations where G.
citricarpa is known to be present or where substantial evidence exists that black spot occurs. citricarpa has additionally been reported from Mexico and Japan (Stringari et al.
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For these studies, as noted in EFSA PLH Panel, there was no robust method to distinguish between P. citricarpa and Phyllosticta capitalensis. Kiely () trapped ascospores consistently throughout spring, summer and autumn, and noted that their numbers did not appear to correlate with periods of rainfall and concluded that dew provided.
This book provides a complete list of all known species that can be accepted in the genus Phyllosticta sensu stricto, and also includes a second list in which doubtful and excluded species as well as many subspecific taxa are described, and, wherever possible, reclassified according to modern criteria.
These two lists are based on data acquired from original literature and on examination of Cited by: Pathogenicity and ultrastructural studies of the mode of penetration by Phyllosticta plantaginis in ribwort leaves.
Author(s): Zimowska, B. Author Affiliation: Department of Plant Pathology and Mycology, University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Leszczyńskiego 7, Lublin, by: 1.
The Phyllosticta species occurring on citrus can most effectively be distinguished from P. citricarpa by means of multilocus DNA sequence data.
Recent studies also demonstrated P. citricarpa to be heterothallic, and reported successful mating in the laboratory. Phyllosticta lesion on holly leaf. Image Credit Matthew Orwat The high humidity experienced in the Florida Panhandle during July and August has provided perfect conditions for fungal disease development on the leaves of a variety of ornamental species.Studies in mycology 68(1): DOI: /sim full article (PDF) Reference page.
For more multimedia, look at Phyllosticta korthalsellae on Wikimedia Commons.Clearly, pycnidia present a degree of complexity and diversity making it difficult to define easily distinguishable developmental types and to deduce their possible sequence of evolution.
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