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Cover for Diaporthe citri (melanose of Citrus)

Ascomata perithecioid, embedded singly or in small groups in bark tissue and partly in wood of dead branches, globose, 300-800 µm diameter with long...

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Cover for Stemphylium vesicarium (onion leaf blight)

The aerial mycelium of S. vesicarium is filamentous, sparse and hyaline to brown. The conidiophores are dark, erect flexuous, mostly simple, with...

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Cover for Alternaria japonica (pod spot of radish)

In culture on potato-carrot agar, colonies pale to olive-grey, occasionally becoming darker, mycelium forming a loose, cobweb-like network. Hyphae...

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Cover for Monilinia fructicola (brown rot)

The main differences between M. fructicola and the two related European species Monilinia fructigena and M. laxa are summarized below.Conidial...

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Cover for Persea americana (avocado)

The avocado tree is an evergreen of up to 20 m tall, supported by shallow roots, often propagated through grafting to maintain a predictable quality...

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Cover for Phytophthora citrophthora (brown rot of citrus fruit)

Two descriptions are available: the first is that given by Waterhouse and Waterston (1964) which is also to be found in Holliday (1995); the second...

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Cover for Phytophthora nicotianae (black shank)

MyceliumColonies forming a dense or loose rosette pattern, or with no obvious pattern; dome-shaped or low, spreading, aerial mycelium. Radial growth...

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Cover for Alternaria alternata (alternaria leaf spot)
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Cover for Alternaria brassicae (dark spot of crucifers)

A. brassicae is the longest-spored species of Alternaria found on members of Brassicaceae. The conidia are usually solitary in nature and the species...

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Cover for Pyrus communis (European pear)

Pears are tree fruit belonging to the genus Pyrus (Rosaceae), native to temperate Europe and to temperate and subtropical Asia. Pears are grown in...

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