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- Khaliq, Ihsanul; St. J. Hardy, Giles E.; McDougall, Keith L.; Burgess, Treena I.
- Fungal biology 2019 v.123 no.1 pp. 29-41
- Eucalyptus; Phytophthora cactorum; Phytophthora cryptogea; Proteaceae; ecosystems; flora; host range; mountains; national parks; new species; pathogenicity; pathogens; plant health; rhizosphere; roots; soil; surveys; temperature; vegetation; New South Wales; Tasmania
- ... Plant deaths had been observed in the sub-alpine and alpine areas of Australia. Although no detailed aetiology was established, patches of dying vegetation and progressive thinning of canopy suggested the involvement of root pathogens. Baiting of roots and associated rhizosphere soil from surveys conducted in mountainous regions New South Wales and Tasmania resulted in the isolation of eight Phyto ...
- Wei, Zhang; Yu, Du
- Fungal biology 2019 v.123 no.1 pp. 42-50
- Verticillium wilt; community structure; continuous cropping; cotton; cotton industry; disease occurrence; fungal communities; high-throughput nucleotide sequencing; pathogens; rhizosphere; soil; soil fungi; China
- ... The large-scale long-term plantation of cotton in the Xinjiang region has been accompanied by a regular and wide outbreak of soil-borne fungal diseases such as verticillium wilt, which significantly damaged the local cotton industry. High-throughput sequencing data showed that the cotton field cultivation management measures pose a significant influence upon the original ecological soil fungal com ...