Cookies on CABI Scientific Outputs

Like most websites we use cookies. This is to ensure that we give you the best experience possible.

 

Continuing to use www.cabi.org  means you agree to our use of cookies. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use.

Results per page:

Search results

Mark: All / None
Abstract

A survey for species of the genus Trichoderma occurring as endophytes of Coffea, and as mycoparasites of coffee rusts (Hemileia), was undertaken in Africa; concentrating on Cameroon and Ethiopia. Ninety-four isolates of Trichoderma were obtained during this study: 76 as endophytes of healthy...

Author(s)
Rodríguez, M. del C. H.; Evans, H. C.; Abreu, L. M. de; Macedo, D. M. de; Ndacnou, M. K.; Bekele, K. B.; Barreto, R. W.
Publisher
Nature Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Scientific Reports, 2021, 11, 3,
Abstract

The genus Cryptococcus is well known for its two species -Cryptococcus neoformans and C. gatii- that are etiological agents of cryptococcosis, an important fungal disease of mammals, including humans, and which is particularly common in immunocompromised patients. Nevertheless, Cryptococcus is a...

Author(s)
Guterres, D. C.; Ndacnou, M. K.; Saavedra-Tobar, L. M.; Salcedo-Sarmiento, S.; Colmán, A. A.; Evans, H. C.; Barreto, R. W.
Publisher
Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, Switzerland
Citation
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, 2021, 52, 4, pp 2205-2214
Abstract

Digitopodium hemileiae was described originally in 1930 as Cladosporium hemileiae; growing as a mycoparasite of the coffee leaf rust (CLR), Hemileia vastatrix, in a sample of diseased leaves of Coffea canephora collected in the Democratic Republic of Congo. No cultures from this material exist....

Author(s)
Colmán, A. A.; Evans, H. C.; Salcedo-Sarmiento, S. S.; Braun, U.; Belachew-Bekele, K.; Barreto, R. W.
Publisher
International Mycological Association, Ashtead, UK
Citation
IMA Fungus, 2021, 12, 1, pp (5 January 2021)
Abstract

Lantana camara is a flowering shrub of the family Verbenaceae, native to the Americas which has become a major invasive weed in the Palaeotropics; affecting both natural and agricultural ecosystems. It has been the focus of classical biological control for over a century but has proven to be a...

Author(s)
Thomas, S. E.; Evans, H. C.; Cortat, G.; Koutsidou, C.; Day, M. D.; Ellison, C. A.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Biological Control, 2021, 160,
Abstract

Since the late 19th century, exotic ladybirds (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) have been used extensively for suppressing herbivorous insects of economic importance. In recent decades, the introduction of non-native biological control (BC) agents has been greatly limited due to the awareness of the...

Author(s)
Rondoni, G.; Borges, I.; Collatz, J.; Conti, E.; Costamagna, A. C.; Dumont, F.; Evans, E. W.; Grez, A. A.; Howe, A. G.; Lucas, E.; Maisonhaute, J. É.; Soares, A. O.; Zaviezo, T.; Cock, M. J. W.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 2021, 169, 1, pp 6-27
Abstract

Impatiens parviflora, commonly known as small balsam, is an invasive plant native to the mountains of central Asia. In September 2013, uredinia and telia of the rust fungus Puccinia komarovii were identified on the abaxial leaf surface of I. parviflora at Northchurch Common, Hertfordshire, UK. The...

Author(s)
Pollard, K. M.; Kurose, D.; Varia, S.; Evans, H. C.; Ellison, C. A.
Publisher
British Society for Plant Pathology, Reading, UK
Citation
New Disease Reports, 2020, 41,
Abstract

Parthenium hysterophorus, commonly known as parthenium weed, is an invasive alien species in Pakistan. There are no specialized natural enemies native to Pakistan that attack the plant species inflicting serious damage and, thereby, keeping it under control. The rust species Puccinia abrupta var. ...

Author(s)
Iqbal, I. M.; Kazam Ali; Evans, H. C.; Abdul Rehman; Seier, M. K.; Asad Shabbir; Weyl, P.
Publisher
Regional Euro-Asian Biological Invasions Centre (REABIC), Helsinki, Finland
Citation
BioInvasions Records, 2020, 9, 1, pp 1-7
Abstract

Witches' broom caused by Moniliophthora perniciosa is the main disease of cacao (Theobroma cacao) in Brazil. The fungus is known to occur on other host families and these populations have been addressed in the literature as biotypes: C (Malvaceae); H (Malpighiaceae); L (Bignoniaceae) and S (...

Author(s)
Lisboa, D. O.; Evans, H. C.; Araújo, J. P. M.; Elias, S. G.; Barreto, R. W.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Fungal Biology, 2020, 124, 12, pp 983-1003
Abstract

Ophiocordyceps species infecting ants are globally distributed, with diversity concentrated in the tropics and decreasing with increasing latitude. Among these myrmecophilous species, the ones exhibiting the ability to manipulate host behavior, the so-called "zombie-ant fungi" of the O....

Author(s)
Araújo, J. P. M.; Evans, H. C.; Fernandes, I. O.; Ishler, M. J.; Hughes, D. P.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Mycologia, 2020, 112, 6, pp 1138-1170
Abstract

Theobroma cacao, the source of chocolate, is affected by destructive diseases wherever it is grown. Some diseases are endemic; however, as cacao was disseminated from the Amazon rain forest to new cultivation sites it encountered new pathogens. Two well-established diseases cause the greatest...

Author(s)
Marelli, J. P.; Guest, D. I.; Bailey, B. A.; Evans, H. C.; Brown, J. K.; Junaid, M.; Barreto, R. W.; Lisboa, D. O.; Puig, A. S.
Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press), St. Paul, USA
Citation
Phytopathology, 2019, 109, 8, pp 1331-1343

Abstract Filter

Author
Language
Organisms
Subject Topics