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- Tashiro, Nobuya; Noguchi, Mayumi; Ide, Youichi; Kuchiki, Fumitaka
- Journal of general plant pathology 2013 v.79 no.2 pp. 158-161
- Citrus unshiu; Cladosporium cladosporioides; branching; citrus fruits; fruits; fungi; greenhouses; hyphae; nomen novum
- ... In June 2006, a large number of small black spots containing a branching network of black hyphae developed on shipped Satsuma mandarin fruits grown in greenhouses, which markedly decreased their commercial value. The fungus that was frequently isolated from the damaged fruits was identified as Cladosporium cladosporioides. Inoculation of fruits with the fungus caused the same symptoms, and the fun ...
- Samaniego-Gaxiola, José Alfredo; Balagurusamy, Nagamani
- Journal of general plant pathology 2013 v.79 no.2 pp. 105-109
- Phymatotrichopsis omnivora; agar; fungi; mycelium; propionic acid; sandy soils; sclerotia; volatile fatty acids
- ... Control of plant-pathogenic Phymatotrichopsis omnivora is difficult. In tests of volatile fatty acids (VFAs), mycelia in empty 9-cm Petri dishes with 3 or 6 μL of acetic, butyric, formic or propionic acid did not grow, but 37–67 % grew on potato dextrose agar with 6 μL VFA. Survival of sclerotia was <20 % on water agar with 154 μg/mL of a VFA or 12–40 % in sandy soil with 616 μg/mL. Survivability ...