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Morphology, Molecular Phylogeny and Pathogenicity of Colletotrichum panacicola Causing Anthracnose of Korean Ginseng
Results suggest that C. panacicola is an independent taxon distin-zguishable from C. gloeosporioides and other morphologically similar Colletotrichum species.
Occurrence of Stem-end Rot on Mango Fruits Caused by Lasiodiplodia theobromae in Korea
Two fungal isolates obtained from lesions on mango fruits were identified as Lasiodiplodia theobromae (Pat.)Griffon & Maubl and corresponded to previous description for the species (Alves et al., 2008).
Induced Systemic Resistance by Bacillus vallismortis EXTN-1 Suppressed Bacterial Wilt in Tomato Caused by Ralstonia solanacearum
It is confirmed that EXTN-1 has the ability for reducing the pathogen spread in tomato, and the strain could be effectively used as a potential biocontrol agent against bacterial wilt.
Leaf Spot and Stem Rot on Wilford Swallowwort Caused by Stemphylium lycopersici in Korea
Three fungal isolates obtained from the diseased leaves and stems were identified as Stemphylium lycopersici, based on morphological, cultural, and molecular characteristics and pathogenicity.
Occurrence of Anthracnose on Highbush Blueberry Caused by Colletotrichum Species in Korea
This is the first report that C. acutatum causes anthracnose in the highbush blueberry in Korea and it is reported that only C. gloeosporioides has been reported as causing anthracNose in blueberries.
Monitoring for the Resistance to Prochloraz of Fusarium Species Causing Bakanae Disease in Korea
To investigate the changes of the resistance to prochloraz of Fusarium species causing bakanae disease, Fusarium isolates were collected from various regions in Korea, and pathogenicity tests were
Baseline Sensitivity and Monitoring for the Resistance to Benomyl of Fusarium Species Causing Bakanae Disease in Korea
To examine the changes in resistance to benomyl of Fusarium species causing bakanae disease, Fusarium isolates were collected in Korea, and pathogenicity tests were performed using rice seeds in
Diversity and Pathogenicity of Fusarium Species Associated with Grain Mold of Sorghum
This study is the first report of sorghum grain mold caused by Fusarium species in Korea and the isolates were confirmed to be identical with related species of NCBI GenBank.
Analysis of Genetic and Pathogenic Diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum Causing Potato Bacterial Wilt in Korea
The results imply the potential prevalence of greater RSSC diversity in terms of host range than would be predicted based on phylogenetic analysis, and imply the first report of tomato-nonpathogenic potato strains.
Prediction of Host-Specific Genes by Pan-Genome Analyses of the Korean Ralstonia solanacearum Species Complex
The sequenced genomes of 25 Korean RSSC strains were analyzed to identify host-specific genes and effectors that may be responsible for virulence functions in RSSC in silico and the expected characters of those genes suggest that the host range of RSSC is determined by the comprehensive actions of various virulence factors, including effectors, secretion systems, and metabolic enzymes.