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Re-consideration of Peronospora farinosa infecting Spinacia oleracea as distinct species, Peronospora effusa.
Downy mildew is probably the most widespread and potentially destructive global disease of spinach (Spinacia oleracea). The causal agent of downy mildew disease on various plants of Chenopodiaceae,Expand
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Novel Neosartorya species isolated from soil in Korea.
Phenotypic and genotypic characters of strains of Neosartorya spinosa and related taxa were analysed. N. spinosa, Neosartorya botucatensis and Neosartorya paulistensis had identical partialExpand
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Multi-locus tree and species tree approaches toward resolving a complex clade of downy mildews (Straminipila, Oomycota), including pathogens of beet and spinach.
Accurate species determination of plant pathogens is a prerequisite for their control and quarantine, and further for assessing their potential threat to crops. The family PeronosporaceaeExpand
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Gerronema nemorale (Basidiomycota, Agaricomycetes): anatomic-morphological, cultivational, enzymatic and molecular characteristics and its first records in the Republic of Korea
The basidiomycetous agaric Gerronema nemorale Har. Takah. was collected at several localities in the Republic of Korea (South Korea). A macroand microscopic description and cultivationalExpand
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Occurrence of White Smut Caused by Entyloma cosmi on Cosmos bipinnatus in Korea
In July 2011, hundreds of garden cosmos (Cosmos bipinnatus) were found to be infected with a white smut in Namyangju. Further surveys in central Korea showed that the disease occurred in all the nineExpand
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An unnamed Hyaloperonospora sp. causing downy mildew on arugula (rocket) in Korea.
Arugula or rocket (Eruca vesicaria ssp. sativa) is a leafy vegetable for salad use worldwide. In March 2009, plants showing typical symptoms of downy mildew were found in plastic greenhouses inExpand
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Downy mildew outbreak on Chrysanthemum boreale caused by Paraperonospora minor
was first noticed in Pyeongchangcounty and since then in flower beds and gardens of other regions in Korea.The disease was most severe during the monsoon season, but was alsocommonly found in autumn,Expand
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