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- Ploper, Leonardo Daniel, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Canadian journal of plant pathology 2018 v.40 no.3 pp. 423-433
- Glycine max; Macrophomina phaseolina; amplified fragment length polymorphism; breeding; charcoal rot; cluster analysis; disease resistance; farmers; genetic distance; genetic variation; growing season; hosts; microsatellite repeats; pathogens; soybeans; Argentina; United States
- ... Charcoal rot of soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.), caused by Macrophomina phaseolina (Tassi) Goid., is an economically important disease worldwide. In recent years, charcoal rot has become a concern for farmers in north-western Argentina. The present work aimed to (1) evaluate disease incidence of charcoal rot; (2) assess morphological and genetic characteristics of M. phaseolina isolates from soyb ...
- Ploper, Leonardo Daniel, et al. Show all 17 Authors
- Electronic Journal of Biotechnology 2015 v.18 pp. 439-444
- DNA; Phakopsora pachyrhizi; amplified fragment length polymorphism; biotechnology; breeding; fungi; genetic variation; pathogens; phylogeny; soybean rust; soybeans; urediniospores; variance
- ... Asian soybean rust (SBR) caused by Phakopsora pachyrhizi Syd. & Syd., is one of the main diseases affecting soybean and has been reported as one of the most economically important fungal pathogens worldwide. Knowledge of the genetic diversity of this fungus should be considered when developing resistance breeding strategies. We aimed to analyze the genetic diversity of P. pachyrhizi combining simp ...
- Ploper, Leonardo Daniel, et al. Show all 15 Authors
- Phytopathology 2010 v.100 no.1 pp. 58
- Glycine max; soybeans; field crops; Fusarium solani; Fusarium solani f. sp. phaseoli; plant pathogenic fungi; fungal diseases of plants; pathogen identification; disease diagnosis; pathogenicity; phenotype; microbial genetics; phylogeny; diagnostic techniques; nucleotide sequences; sequence analysis; accuracy; genotype; genetic polymorphism; ribosomal DNA; loci; flow cytometry
- ... Sudden death syndrome (SDS) of soybean has become a serious constraint to the production of this crop in North and South America. Phenotypic and multilocus molecular phylogenetic analyses, as well as pathogenicity experiments, have demonstrated that four morphologically and phylogenetically distinct fusaria can induce soybean SDS. Published molecular diagnostic assays for the detection and identif ...