Characterizing Beltrania pseudorhombica the causal agent of pistachio leaf and fruit spot in Arizona

@article{Lichtemberg2019CharacterizingBP,
  title={Characterizing Beltrania pseudorhombica the causal agent of pistachio leaf and fruit spot in Arizona},
  author={P. S. F. Lichtemberg and J. Moral and J. Sherman and M. Nouri and J. Lake and D. Felts and T. Michailides},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2019},
  volume={154},
  pages={849-854}
}
In 2016 and 2017, we have constantly recovered a fungus with typical biconical (diamond shaped) conidia from pistachio fruit (cv. Kerman) received from Cochise County, Arizona, United States. Morphological and molecular characterization identified the isolates as Beltrania pseudorhombica, a member of the Beltraniaceae family that is an uncommon plant pathogen. In in-vitro tests, B. pseudorhombica showed temperatures of 26.9 °C and 31.1 °C as the optimal for the mycelial growth and conidial… Expand

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