Fusarium cf. avenaceum HY046-07
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Fusarium, a large genus of filamentous fungi, is widely distributed in soil and plants. Fusarium is a prolific source of novel… Expand Eight new lactones (δ-chloro-, δ-bromo- and δ-iodo-γ-lactones), each with a methylcyclohexane ring, were obtained by chemical… Expand Container nurseries in northeastern Poland annually provide several million tree seedlings used for afforestation of post… Expand Foot rot is an important limiting factor in pea production in Germany (Pflughoft, 2008). The disease is caused by a pathogen… Expand Resistance to both thiabendazole (TBZ) and thiophanate-methyl (TPM) was observed in Canadian isolates ofFusarium sambucinum… Expand In this paper the latest studies dealing with genetic variation and mycotoxins ofF. avenaceum and related species are reviewed… Expand Potatoes are commonly grown in rotation with cereal and forage crops. Storage trials were conducted in Prince Edward Island… Expand SummaryVarious haulm treatments and harvest times differentially influenced the incidence of storage rots in potato tubers… Expand SummaryFungi borne on or in ryegrass (Lolium spp.) seeds or invading ryegrass seedlings grown on field soils were isolated and… Expand Twenty-five isolates of F. acuminatum, 38 of F. avenaceum, 1 of F. culmorum, 31 of F. oxysporum and 56 of F. sambucinum were… Expand