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Incidence of base rot and wilt, sanitary severity and influence about seed pathology by cultivars of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
The cultivar BRS Pérola© showed the lowest incidence of wilt and sanitary severity in the reproductive and vegetative cycles and Cramberry (OTG)© showed low physiological potential in germination and vigor tests.
Chemical and biological managment of white mold (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) disease in irrigated common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) cultivation
- Jefferson Lucas de Araujo Silva, Rafaela Souza Alves Fonseca, Anderson Rodrigues Rietjens, Natanael Marcos Lemes, Milton Luiz da Paz Lima
- 15 November 2018
The combined chemical and biological treatment was an effective white mold management strategy that increased yield and decreased disease incidence in common beans.
SYMPTOMATOLOGY, HOSTS, AND PATHOGENICITY OF Corynespora cassiicola
- Alicionon de Oliveira Caetano, Rayane Louise Candida Diniz, Natanael Marcos Lemes, Anderson Rodrigues Rietjens, Milton Luiz da Paz Lima
- BiologyJOURNAL OF NEOTROPICAL AGRICULTURE
- 5 July 2018
The objective of this work was to identify, to verify the symptomatology, pathogenicity and hosts of C. cassiicola causal agent of tomato fruit rot, and identify the isolate as C. cassetteicola, as fungi causalAgent of rot fruit by tomato.
IDENTIFICATION AND FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURES OF Cercospora sesami INCIDENT IN GERGELIM LEAVES (Sesamum indicum)
Based on morphological and morphometric characteristics, the isolate found in Urutai - GO was identified as C. sesami, and the great variability in the data of conidiophore length, conidiophile width and conidium width were noted.
THERMAL VARIATION FOR GROWTH OF ZOOSPORES OF Albugo spp.
- Rafaela Souza Alves Fonseca, P. R. Neves, Natanael Marcos Lemes, J. Decloquement, Milton Luiz da Paz Lima
- 16 April 2018
The thermal shock time that promoted the highest amount of released zoospores was observed for the purslane- Albugo portulacae and “onze horas”- A. portulinacae pathosystem, demonstrating a differential behavior per host in the release of Zoospores.