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THE ISOLATION OF THE FUNGUS THAT CAUSES CITRUS

@inproceedings{Wolf2010THEIO,
  title={THE ISOLATION OF THE FUNGUS THAT CAUSES CITRUS},
  author={F. A. Wolf},
  year={2010}
}
  • F. A. Wolf
  • Published 2010
  • Citrus melanose* is characterized by the presence of small, pustular lesions that look like drops of caramelized sugar on leaves, twigs, and fruits. These lesions are initiated while the parts are still young, and at maturity they may occur as isolated dots or may be arranged in streaks, rings, or extensive irregular patches. The fungus that causes melanose possesses two stages, a pycnidial one, Phomopsis citri {2)y^ described in 1912, and an ascigerous one, Diaporthe citri {10)j described in… CONTINUE READING
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