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- Toribio-Jiménez, J., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Plant disease 2018 v.102 no.11 pp. 2383
- Dysphania; necrosis; herbal tea; cytochrome-c oxidase; genes; greenhouses; orchards; sporangia; ribosomal DNA; Peronospora tabacina; downy mildew; internal transcribed spacers; Nicotiana tabacum; mitochondria; chlorosis; mycelium; pathogens; relative humidity; polymerase chain reaction; pathogenicity; branches; sporulation; leaf blade; condiments; stomata; Dysphania ambrosioides; disease incidence; Mexico
- ... The epazote or Mexican tea (Dysphania ambrosioides) is an important species for Mexico, used in the preparation of tea, as a condiment in the kitchen, and it also has some medicinal uses. In October 2017, the presence of downy mildew was detected in various epazote orchards in Texcoco, Edo. of Mexico. The average disease incidence was 25%. The symptoms on the underside of the leaves were character ...