Chaninun Pornsuriya

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The causal agent of leaf spot disease of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) seedling nurseries in Thailand was identified as Curvularia oryzae. The fungus was isolated from leaves with disease symptoms, characterized by morphological properties, and pathogenicity tested. The identity of the phytopathogenic fungus was confirmed through polymerase chain reaction(More)
In July 2016, wet rot was observed on leaves of Brassica chinensis in a private greenhouse in Hatyai city, Songkhla province, Thailand. The fungal pathogen infected young and expanded leaves. The fungus was identified by morphological characterization and molecular analysis as Choanephora cucurbitarum. Pathogenicity test revealed that C. cucurbitarum could(More)
Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is an annual vegetable that is widely cultivated in hydroponic systems in Thailand. In 2016, a leaf spot disease was commonly found on hydroponically-grown lettuce plants in glasshouses in Songkhla province, southern Thailand. The morphology of the fungus that was consistently isolated from the leaf spots was identical to that(More)
In Thailand, since 2013, sudden decline of bullet wood (Mimusops elengi) has been noted. The causal agent of this disease was identified based on both morphological and molecular properties as Ceratocystis manginecans. A portion of its ITS, β-tubulin and TEF1-α genes were amplified by PCR with the universal primer pairs PN3/PN16, βt1a/βt1b and(More)
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