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In 2011, parsley basal petiole rot was found in a nursery greenhouse in Hokkaido, Japan. One of the isolates obtained from diseased tissues was identified as Alternaria petroselini based on morphological and molecular characteristics, and was indistinguishable from the A. petroselini reference...

Author(s)
Misawa, T.; Kurose, D.
Publisher
Springer-Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of General Plant Pathology, 2021, 87, 3, pp 196-199
Abstract

Ten Rhizoctonia solani AG-3 isolates obtained from blighted tomato leaves [nine isolates, collected from three regions of Japan (Akita, Okayama, and Fukushima) and the United States] and from soil (one isolate, collected from Australia) were examined for sequence variations in the rDNA-ITS,...

Author(s)
Misawa, T.; Kurose, D.; Shishido, K.; Toda, T.; Kuninaga, S.
Publisher
Springer-Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of General Plant Pathology, 2020, 86, 6, pp 457-467
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In May 2011 and 2012, leaf spots and leaf blight on leek (Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum) seedlings were observed in a greenhouse in Hokkaido, Japan. Leaf spot symptoms appeared as pale brown fusiform lesions on the leaves, c. 1-15 mm in length. Severely damaged leaves showed blight symptoms....

Author(s)
Misawa, T.; Ueno, R.; Kurose, D.; Nakahara, K. S.
Publisher
British Society for Plant Pathology, Reading, UK
Citation
New Disease Reports, 2020, 41,
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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,
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During our routine disease surveys of garlic in Aomori Prefecture, Japan, leaf blight was frequently observed. An isolate was obtained from a diseased leaf in 2017. Conidiophores of the isolate were 15-145 μm long and 4.3-6.5 μm wide, with swellings at the distal ends. Conidia were 25-67×14-28 μm...

Author(s)
Misawa, T.; Kaga, Y.; Kondo, T.; Kurose, D.
Publisher
Society of Plant Protection of North Japan, Iwate, Japan
Citation
Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan, 2019, 70, pp 62-66
Abstract

The Rhizoctonia solani species complex is classified by anastomosis groups (AGs)-1-13 based on the hyphal fusion reaction. Most AGs are further divided into subgroups. However, the AG and subgroup designations of many strains of Japanese R. solani, including pathogens isolated from important crops, ...

Author(s)
Misawa, T.; Kurose, D.
Publisher
Springer-Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of General Plant Pathology, 2019, 85, 4, pp 282-294
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Seventy strains of Ralstonia solanacearum from solanaceous crops in Myanmar were molecularly characterized by rep-PCR DNA fingerprinting. Cluster analysis based on the fingerprints (total 33 fingerprint types) revealed seven main clusters at 80% similarity level. Strains in phylotype I showed 29...

Author(s)
Htet Wai Wai Kyaw; Tsuchiya, K.; Matsumoto, M.; Seint San Aye; Iiyama, K.; Kurose, D.; Horita, M.; Furuya, N.
Publisher
Springer-Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of General Plant Pathology, 2019, 85, 1, pp 33-38
Abstract

The phylloplane yeast Pseudozyma antarctica secretes an esterase, named PaE, and xylanase when cultivated with xylose. We previously observed that the lipophilic layer of Micro-Tom tomato leaves became thinner after the culture filtrate treatment. The leaves developed reduced water-holding ability...

Author(s)
Ueda, H.; Kurose, D.; Kugimiya, S.; Mitsuhara, I.; Yoshida, S.; Tabata, J.; Suzuki, K.; Kitamoto, H.
Publisher
Nature Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Scientific Reports, 2018, 8, 1, pp 16455
Abstract

Black scurf is caused by the development of sclerotia of the fungus Rhizoctonia on tubers of potato (Solanum tuberosum). In August 2016, potato plants (cv. Inca-no-Mezame) with black scurf on their progeny tubers were observed in Hokkaido, Japan. Diseased tubers had dark brown to black sclerotia...

Author(s)
Misawa, T.; Kurose, D.
Publisher
British Society for Plant Pathology, Reading, UK
Citation
New Disease Reports, 2018, 38, pp 24
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These proceedings contain 299 papers presented in the following sessions: (1) Target and agent selection, (2) Opportunities and contraints for classical weed biocontrol in developing countries, (3) Bioherbicides, (4) Novel methods to determine efficacy and environmental safety of agents, (5) Making ...

Author(s)
Hinz, H. L.; Bon, M. C.; Bourdôt, G.; Cristofaro, M.; Desurmont, G.; Kurose, D.; Müller-Schärer, H.; Rafter, M.; Schaffner, U.; Seier, M.; Sforza, R. F. H.; Smith, L.; Stutz, S.; Thomas, S.; Weyl, P.; Winston, R.
Publisher
Organising Committee, XV International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds 2018, Engelberg, Switzerland
Citation
Proceedings of the XV International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds, Engelberg, Switzerland, 26-31 August 2018., 2018, pp xxix + 331 pp.

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