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- Tsitsigiannis, D. I., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Plant disease 2018 v.102 no.4 pp. 820
- Colletotrichum acutatum; DNA; Olea europaea; acidity; anthers; anthracnose; autumn; branches; calyx; conidia; corolla; cultivars; culture media; death; defoliation; discoloration; disease severity; fruit drop; fruits; fungi; genes; groves; humidity; internal transcribed spacers; leaves; microscopy; necrosis; oils; olives; orchards; pathogenicity; pathogens; peroxide value; photoperiod; pistil; plant rots; polymerase chain reaction; sequence analysis; sodium hypochlorite; spraying; tissues; trees; winter; Greece
- ... Anthracnose is the main disease of olive fruit (Olea europaea L.) that is caused by different species of Colletotrichum spp. primarily belonging to two complexes, C. acutatum sensu lato (s.l.) and C. gloeosporioides s.l. (Cacciola et al. 2012; Damm et al. 2012; Schena et al. 2014). Observations in January 2015 in >20 olive groves in the Aitoloakarnania region (West-Central Greece) showed severe sy ...
- Tsitsigiannis, D. I., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- British poultry science 2016 v.57 no.4 pp. 551-558
- aflatoxin B1; bentonite; breast muscle; broiler chickens; carcass yield; diet; fungi; heart; liver; metabolites; mycotoxicosis; ochratoxin A; rearing; toxicity
- ... Concomitant presence of mycotoxins is more likely to appear than a single mycotoxicosis since many mycotoxigenic fungi grow and produce their toxic metabolites under similar conditions. The present study was designed to evaluate the efficacy of 4 mycotoxin binders to protect meat-type chickens against single and concomitant administration in the feed of two mycotoxins, namely aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) a ...