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Ramularia collo-cygni--An Emerging Pathogen of Barley Crops.
Ramularia collo-cygni is the biotic factor responsible for the disease Ramularia leaf spot (RLS) of barley (Hordeum vulgare). Despite having been described over 100 years ago and being considered aExpand
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Hyperspectral and Thermal Imaging of Oilseed Rape (Brassica napus) Response to Fungal Species of the Genus Alternaria
In this paper, thermal (8-13 µm) and hyperspectral imaging in visible and near infrared (VNIR) and short wavelength infrared (SWIR) ranges were used to elaborate a method of early detection of bioticExpand
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Warm and dry weather accelerates and elongates Cladosporium spore seasons in Poland
Temperature is the environmental factor that systematically changes for decades and, as in plants and animals, can significantly affect the growth and development of fungi, including the abundance ofExpand
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Fluctuation range of the concentration of airborne Alternaria conidiospores sampled at different geographical locations in Poland (2010–2011)
Knowledge of seasonal and diurnal fluctuations of allergenic and phytopathogenic fungal spores in the air and the determination of the influence of weather and environmental parameters on sporeExpand
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Characterization of two coexisting pathogen populations of Leptosphaeria spp., the cause of stem canker of brassicas
Stem canker of brassicas, also known as blackleg is the most damaging disease of many Brassicaceae. The disease is caused by Leptosphaeria maculans (Desm.) Ces et de Not. and L. biglobosa sp. nov.,Expand
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Analyses of air samples for ascospores ofLeptosphaeria maculans andL.biglobosa by light microscopy and molecular techniques
Spores of many fungal pathogens are dispersed by wind. Detection of these airborne inocula is important in forecasting both the onset and the risk of epiphytotics. Species-specific primers targetedExpand
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Advanced statistical models commonly applied in aerobiology cannot accurately predict the exposure of people to Ganoderma spore-related allergies
Abstract The genus Ganoderma commonly comprises wood decay fungal species that actively produce a large number of spores liberated from basidiocarps thereby contributing significantly to fungal airExpand
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Back-trajectory modelling and DNA-based species-specific detection methods allow tracking of fungal spore transport in air masses.
Recent advances in molecular detection of living organisms facilitate the introduction of novel methods to studies of the transport of fungal spores over large distances. Monitoring the migration ofExpand
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Pseudothecial maturation and ascospore release of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa in south-east Poland
Stem canker of brassicas is a severe disease of oilseed rape in Australia, Canada and Europe, including Poland. The disease is caused by Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa - two pathogensExpand
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