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Cytochrome b gene structure and consequences for resistance to Qo inhibitor fungicides in plant pathogens.
It is predicted that a nucleotide substitution in codon 143 would prevent splicing of the intron, leading to a deficient cytochrome b, which is lethal, and the evolution of resistance to QoI fungicides based on G143A is not likely to evolve in pathogens carrying an intron directly after this codon.
Relatedness Among Agronomically Important Rusts Based on Mitochondrial Cytochrome b Gene and Ribosomal ITS Sequences
The results demonstrate that the amino acid sequence of the mitochondrial cytochrome b is a valid tool to study phylogenic relatedness among plant pathogenic Basidiomycetes and supports taxonomic grouping based on morphological structures and host specificity.
Characterization of the cytochrome b gene fragment of Puccinia species responsible for the binding site of QoI fungicides
Features of Cronartium flaccidum and its hosts in Italy.
Application of selected antagonistic strains against Phytophthora cryptogea on gerbera in closed soilless systems with disinfection by slow sand filtration
Synthesis and fungicidal activity of N-thiazol-4-yl-salicylamides, a new family of anti-oomycete compounds.
Synthesis and fungicidal activity of quinolin-6-yloxyacetamides, a novel class of tubulin polymerization inhibitors.
Selected microbial strains suppress Phytophthora cryptogena in gerbera crops produced in open and closed soilless systems.
Results showed that slow sand filtration with antagonistic micro-organisms operated synergistically to significantly reduce disease incidence.
CHEMICAL, NON-CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF PHYTOPHTHORA CRYPTOGEA ON SOILLESS-GROWN GERBERA