Morphology, phylogeny and pathogenicity of Botryosphaeria and Neofusicoccum species associated with drupe rot of olives in southern Italy

@inproceedings{Lazzizera2008MorphologyPA,
  title={Morphology, phylogeny and pathogenicity of Botryosphaeria and Neofusicoccum species associated with drupe rot of olives in southern Italy},
  author={Corrado Lazzizera and Salvatore Frisullo and Artur Alves and Alan J. L. Phillips},
  year={2008}
}
Species of Botryosphaeria and Neofusicoccum are well known as pathogens of woody hosts. In this study the species that occur on rotting olive drupes in the main production areas of southern Italy were studied. Species were identified from the morphology of their conidial states in culture and from sequence data of the ITS rDNA operon and partial sequence of the translation elongation factor 1α gene. Botryosphaeria and Neofusicoccum species were isolated from more than 60% of the affected drupes… CONTINUE READING
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