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Studies on benomyl tolerant and sensitive strains of botrytis cinerea.

Mohamad Musa bin Md Jamil

Studies on benomyl tolerant and sensitive strains of botrytis cinerea.

by Mohamad Musa bin Md Jamil

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Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1979.

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Resistance of Botrytis cinerea to benomyl and iprodione in vineyards and greenhouses after exposure to the fungicides alone or mixed with captan. Plant Disease Plant Disease Smith, D. and A. Onions, Strains of Aur. pullulans and Rh. glutinis were among antagonists applied to apple trees in the field late in the growing season (Leibinger et al. ). The yeasts reduced the size and number of lesions on wounded apples caused by the postharvest pathogens Penicillium (Pen.) expansum, B. cinerea, and Pezicula malicorticis. Population sizes of.

Comprehensive depiction of novel heavy metal tolerant and EPS producing bioluminescent Vibrio alginolyticus PBR1 and V. rotiferianus PBL1 confined from marine organisms. Studies in Mycology. indicator of enhanced biocontrol capacity-An example using two Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strains and Botrytis cinerea infection of tomatoes. Among studies published in the period between and on these plant pathogens and pests, the percentage dedicated to biological control was substantial, but unequally distributed (Table 1). It was notably higher for studies on soil-borne (% ± % as average ± standard error) than for those on air-borne diseases (% ± %). 1.


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Studies on benomyl tolerant and sensitive strains of botrytis cinerea by Mohamad Musa bin Md Jamil Download PDF EPUB FB2

Isolation and cultivation of Botrytis strains. Botrytis strains were isolated from infected plant tissue by streaking out conidia onto potato dextrose agar (PDA) augmented with mg penicillin G and mg streptomycin sulfate L −1 (Weber and Hahn, ) or HA agar (10 g malt extract, 4 g glucose, 4 g yeast extract, 15 g agar per liter, pH ) augmented with 5 mg tannic acid L −1, to Cited by: Botrytis cinerea is a major plant pathogen, causing gray mold rot in a variety of cultures.

Repeated fungicide applications are common but have resulted in the development of fungal populations with resistance to one or more fungicides. In this study, we have monitored fungicide resistance frequencies and the occurrence of multiple resistance in Botrytis isolates from raspberries, strawberries Cited by: Sensitive Strain Aspergillus Nidulans Botrytis Cinerea Cucumber Seedling Tolerant Strain These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 2. Tolerance to benomyl in Botrytis cinerea and Fusarium oxysporum Article (PDF Available) in European Journal of Plant Pathology January with 28 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Jocelyne Bach's 35 research works with citations and 4, reads, including: Role of sterol 3-ketoreductase sensitivity in susceptibility to the fungicide fenhexamid in Botrytis cinerea and. Growth and infection behavior of B. cinerea MR and sensitive field strains. Mean values of 19 MR isolates and 20 sensitive isolates are shown.

(A) Radial growth on malt extract medium. (B,C) Inhibition of radial growth in the presence of 1 M NaCl (B) or 10 mM H 2 O 2 (C). (D) Lesion development on detached tomato leaves. Yarden, O., & Katan, T. Mutation leading to substitutions at aminoacids and of beta-tubulin that correlate with benomyl-resistance phenotypes of field strains of Botrytis cinerea.

Phytopathology, 83, – CrossRef Google Scholar. After nitrosoguanidine- or UV-mutagenesis, 3 different benzimidazole-tolerant phenotypes were isolated on media containing benomyl or a mixture of carbendazim and diethofencarb from wild-type strains of B. cinerea and U. maydis [U. zeae]. Mutants of B.

cinerea with moderate (MBr) or low (LBr) tolerance of benzimidazoles and high tolerance of diethofencarb (Dr) were isolated in low frequency (7. resistant to carbendazim, benomyl and thiophanate methyl (Jones and Ehert, ).

Gutter et al. () reported that strains of green and blue molds of citrus (Penicillium digitatum and P. italicum) were tolerant to benzimidazole times than wild sensitive types. Leroux and Besselat () observed that strains of Botrytis cinerea.

benomyl in USA. Strain of Sclerotinina fruticosa tolerated PPM benomyl (Whan, ).This benomyl tolerant fungus also caused infection to peach fruits treated with PPM ing to Dekker () the strains of Botrytis cinerea and Penicillium corymbiferrum from glass house ornamentals and Cercospora spp.

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Botrytis cinerea sensu lato and perhaps also sensu stricto has a very wide host range; MacFarlane (), for example, lists hosts from records in the Review of Applied Mycology, Anderson () more than hosts from Alaska including 3 genera of Pteridophytes and a species of the Bryophyte Lunularia, Baker () 36 hosts, mostly ornamental crops from California, Heald & Dana () In V.

nashicola, B. cinerea and Gibberella fujikuroi, the binding of 14C-carbendazim to tubulin-like proteins was much lower in benzimidazole-resistant isolates than in benzimidazole sensitive isolates, suggesting that a decreasing affinity of the fungicide to the target protein is.

Penicillium spore germination is also stimulated by the addition of oil derived from the rind of orange, lemon, grapefruit or other citrus fruits (French et al., ).

Fig. 1 displays the stimulating effect of various concentrations of oil produced from an orange rind on the germination rate of P. digitatum conidia. In the presence of ppm oil, 15% of the spore population had germinated. Use of promising bacterial strains for controlling anthracnose on leaf and fruit of mango caused by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides.

Walailak J. Sci. Technol. 1 (2): Google Scholar. Yoon C.S., Ju E-H., Yeoung Y.R., Kim B.S. Survey of fungicide resistance for chemical control of Botrytis cinerea on paprika. Plant Pathol. A "text book" colony morphology of Penicillium is as follows: The surface might at first appear white then becoming very powdery, turning bluish-green with a white border.

The occurrence of benomyl-tolerant strains of Penicillium expansum and Botrytis cinerea in the mid-Columbia region of Oregon and Washington. Plant Dis. Reptr. Some of the strains of B.

cinerea were not amplified by primers designed for the DNA marker (Rigotti et al. They did not amplify the DNA fragments of this group of strains under standard conditions. In a later investigation, new improved specific primers capable of amplifying the DNAs of all strains of B.

cinerea were developed. Botrytis cinerea Most genetic studies in Botrytis have been carried out on B. cinerea. The two single ascospore mating type tester strains SAS56 and SAS provide a common focus in many studies. Nevertheless, a hand lens is often adequate for assessing culture densities of ciliates, and a binocular stereomicroscope can used for general observations of strains in culture.

Culture vessels The choice of culture vessel is dependent on a number of parameters, i.e. type of media, strain of organism and how frequently the protozoa. Vegetable Diseases. A Colour Handbook Steven T. Koike Plant Pathology Farm Advisor, Monterey County, University of California Cooperative Extension.

Abstract book - 3rd International Conference on Microbial Diversity Microbial Diversity THE CHALLENGE OF COMPLEXITY MD Edited by: Gianluigi Cardinali University of Perugia Laura Corte University of Perugia Luca Roscini University of Perugia Sergio Casella University of Padova Luca Cocolin University of Torino Erasmo Neviani University of Parma SIMTREA, Società Italiana di.The peach is one of the most important global tree crops within the economically important Rosaceae family.

The crop is threatened by numerous pests and diseases, especially fungal pathogens, in the field, in transit, and in the store. More than 50% of the global post-harvest loss has been ascribed to brown rot disease, especially in peach late-ripening varieties. In recent years, the disease.This book is organized around the indication that allelochemicals can be employed for biological control of plant pathogens and plant diseases.

Specifically, this volume focuses on (i) discovery and development of natural product based fungicides for agriculture, (ii) direct use of allelochemicals as well as indirect effects through cover crops.