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Fungi associated with esca disease in grapevine
Cross sections of woody stems of 309 diseased grapevines collected in France showed two kinds of necrosis typical of esca: a) A central light-colored necrosis of soft consistency, consisting of threeExpand
Phenotypic Differences Between vacuma and transposa subpopulations of Botrytis cinerea
One hundred and twenty-one single-spore strains of Botrytis cinerea isolated from Bordeaux vineyards were molecularly characterized as either transposa or vacuma, two subpopulations of B. cinereaExpand
Observation on black dead arm in French vineyards
Summary. Black dead arm was first identified in French vineyards in 1999. It produces symptoms in the vine wood, causing decline and eventually death. Previously, this disease was confused with escaExpand
The Role of Saprotrophy and Virulence in the Population Dynamics of Botrytis cinerea in Vineyards.
ABSTRACT Change in relative frequencies of the three main genetic types of Botrytis cinerea (Group I, Group II vacuma, and Group II transposa) were monitored over time from 1998 to 2000 in threeExpand
Preliminary studies on the biology of Phaeoacremonium
Comparative microflora studies of one-year-old pruned and unpruned canes carried out during dormancy period over three consecutive years showed that Phaeoacremonium chlamydosporum was more frequentlyExpand
Variation in susceptibility of grapevine pruning wound to infection by Eutypa lata in south-western France
Grapevine cultivars Cabernet Sauvignon (susceptible to Eutypa dieback), and Merlot (tolerant), were pruned three times during the dormant season (mid-December, mid-January and mid-February) andExpand
The "Hoja de Malvón" Grape Disease in Argentina
“Hoja de malvon” is the common name of a disease that has been observed in grapevines of Argentina since the beginning of the century. This paper reports the status of this disease in this country.Expand