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by Joseph Rotem

ISBN: 0890541523
ISBN13: 978-0890541524
Language: English
Publisher: Amer Phytopathological Society; 1 edition (February 15, 1994)
Pages: 326
Category: Biological Sciences
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The genus Alternaria, alternarioid hyphomycetes, comprise a biologically, ecologically, and morphologically rich group of fungi that has suffered . Rotem J (1994) The genus Alternaria: biology, epidemiology, and pathogenicity. APS, St. PaulGoogle Scholar.

The genus Alternaria, alternarioid hyphomycetes, comprise a biologically, ecologically, and morphologically rich group of fungi that has suffered from taxonomic flux for many years. The taxonomy of these fungi has been predominately based on conidial characters, which includes shape, color, septation, and patterns of secondary sporulation, and to lesser extent on host association, biochemistry, and metabolites.

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Pathogenicity of Alternaria spp. on tomato and potato on field and greenhouse. The Genus Alternaria – Biology, Epidemiology and Pathogenicity. Master Thesis University of Hohenheim. Phytpathological Society.

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Items related to The Genus Alternaria: Biology, Epidemiology, and Pathogenici. This book presents the biological and environmental processes of Alternaria, along with a chapter describing samples of typical diseases. Joseph Rotem The Genus Alternaria: Biology, Epidemiology, and Pathogenicity. ISBN 13: 9780890541524. The Genus Alternaria: Biology, Epidemiology, and Pathogenicity.

Fungi of different species of the Alternaria genus isolated from potato or tomato plants in several Russian regions excreted proteolytic enzymes during the growth in the medium containing thermostable proteins of pea and carrot

Fungi of different species of the Alternaria genus isolated from potato or tomato plants in several Russian regions excreted proteolytic enzymes during the growth in the medium containing thermostable proteins of pea and carrot. The growing of fungi in such medium can be considered as a model system for studying the infection process.

The Genus Alternaria: Biology, Epidemiology, and Pathogenicity. Mary E. Palm, Joseph Rotem. In large commercial fields, the ratio of Alternaria macrospora to A. alternata lesions was 1:0-4 in cv. Pima and 1:19 in cv. Acala. The frequency of A. alternata on Pima and of A. macrospora on Acal. More).

The genus Alternaria was established in 1817 by Nees Not being a taxonomic treatise, this book does not dispute the taxonomic .

The genus Alternaria was established in 1817 by Nees. According to M. B. Ellis (1971, 1976), it contains 44 species. Not being a taxonomic treatise, this book does not dispute the taxonomic position of Alternaria species and employs the epithets most commonly used in the literature. The Genus The Species Identification of Species Tips for Morphological Differentiation of Species Pathogenic Criteria of Identification Formae Speciales, Pathotypes, Races, and Biotypes Nuclear Variability in Alternaria The Taxonomic Dilemma. Predisposing and Age-Conditioned Influences on Susceptibility.

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