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Morone chrysops

Morone chrysops is a freshwater fish in the family Moronidae. The species name ‘chrysops’ is Greek for ‘golden eye’. M....

Cover for Xylella fastidiosa

Xylella fastidiosa

Based on its long absence from regions other than the Americas, X. fastidiosa would appear not to be very invasive. Plants harbouring populations...

Cover for Arundo donax

Arundo donax

A. donax is an aggressive species with an ability to reproduce quickly, allowing it to out-compete native plant species, and has...

Cover for Caesalpinia decapetala

Caesalpinia decapetala

C. decapetala is an adaptable, vigorous, scrambling, very prickly shrub, climber or tree with showy yellow flowers. C....

Cover for Artocarpus altilis

Artocarpus altilis

A. altilis is a fast-growing evergreen tree frequently cultivated and naturalized through the tropics (Ragone, 2011). This species...

Cover for Lasiodiplodia theobromae

Lasiodiplodia theobromae

L. theobromae affects a very wide range of crops (see Host Range), particularly at the postharvest stage. As such rots are caused by...

Cover for Penicillium digitatum

Penicillium digitatum

P. digitatum is generally considered the most significant agent of postharvest decay in the majority of citrus species; economic data are not...

Cover for Plasmopara halstedii

Plasmopara halstedii

As the majority, if not all, of systemically infected plants either die prematurely or hardly produce viable seed, they make no contribution to...

Cover for Botryotinia fuckeliana

Botryotinia fuckeliana

B. fuckeliana infects a very wide range of plants including field-grown crops such as grapes and greenhouse-grown vegetables, flowers and fruits....


Alysicarpus vaginalis

A. vaginalis is an annual or perennial herbaceous legume, considered to be of paleotropical origin but introduced throughout the...

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