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- Le Bihan, Z.; Gaudin, J.; Robledo-Garcia, F.; Cosson, P.; Hastoy, C.; Rolin, D.; Schurdi-Levraud, V.
- Plant disease 2020 v.104 no.2 pp. 584
- Stevia rebaudiana, etc ; Athelia rolfsii; Capsicum annuum; DNA; Sclerotium (genus); aerial parts; agar; chloramphenicol; crops; culture media; disease incidence; drying; glycosides; growth chambers; humidity; leaves; loci; mycelium; pathogenicity; pathogens; pepper; phylogeny; protein subunits; ribosomal RNA; ribosomal proteins; sclerotia; sequence homology; soil; stem rot; stems; steviol; sugars; sweetness; virulent strains; wilting; France; Show all 36 Subjects
- ... Stevia rebaudiana is a perennial species that accumulates steviol glycosides in its leaves. These natural compounds produce an intense sweet taste but are noncaloric and are hence in demand by consumers to reduce daily sugar consumption. The cultivation of S. rebaudiana has recently become popular in France. In August 2017, disease symptoms similar to a sudden wilting were observed in a S. rebaudi ...