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- Bayliss, Kirsty L., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Plant disease 2018 v.102 no.4 pp. 720-726
- Eucalyptus regnans; Phoma stem canker disease; Pinus radiata; Plenodomus lingam; animal pathogens; ascospores; biosecurity; culture media; fabrics; jute; metals; plastics; races; temperature; viability; washing; wood
- ... The viability of ascospores of the Phoma stem canker (blackleg) pathogen, Leptosphaeria maculans, was tested on a range of carrier materials, including metals, fabrics, woods, and plastics, and under different temperature conditions of 23 and 4, 36 and 14, and 45 and 15°C day and night, respectively. At 23 and 4°C (day and night, respectively), ascospores remained viable for up to 240 days on Tasm ...