2 edition of Morphological studies of the genus Cercospora found in the catalog.
in Urbana, Ill
Written in English
|Statement||with four plates, by Wilhelm Gerhard Solheim|
|Series||Illinois biological monographs -- v. 12, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QK625.C4 S6 1930|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||84|
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host genus or some allied host genera of a single family (Table 2).The reported genus Cercospora was introduced by Fresenius with Cercospora penicillata as the type species. Since then over species were reported and characterized and were compiled in the book Monograph of the Genus Cercospora by Chupp (). He proposed a broad. Nigrospora sphaerica is an airborne filamentous fungus in the phylum Ascomycota. It is found in soil, air, and plants as a leaf pathogen. It can occur as an endophyte where it produces antiviral and antifungal secondary metabolites. Sporulation of N. sphaerica causes its Class: Sordariomycetes.
Angular leaf spot of Phaseolus vulgaris is a serious disease caused by Phaeoisariopsis griseola, in which two major gene pools occur, namely Andean and cateringwhidbey.comce analysis of the SSU region of nrDNA revealed the genus Phaeoisariopsis to be indistinguishable from other hyphomycete anamorph genera associated with Mycosphaerella, namely Pseudocercospora and cateringwhidbey.com by: 1. Habit and Habitat of Cercospora. Cercospora is a very large genus of family Dematiaceae. It includes about form-species. Majority of the species are parasitic and cause leaf spot or tikka disease of economically important plants.
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TheconidiaofCercosporaareofseveraldistinctmorphologicaltypes. Certain species, e.g., C. acalyphae Peck (Fig. 2), have conidiaof which the point of attachment is as. Get this from a library. Morphological studies of the genus Cercospora.
[W G Solheim]. A thorough study of this group of fungi is necessary to determine the ultimate status of the species involved. The type species of Didymaria is D. didyma (Ung.) Schroet. This species (Fig. 16) is a Ramularia with two-celled clavate conidia.
Some features of this site may not work without it. Cercospora (Mycosphaerellaceae) is a large genus of fungi comprising many important plant pathogens. In recent years DNA-based studies have revealed multiple genera of cercosporoid fungi being poly- and paraphyletic.
Among these genera, the genus Cercospora has always been perceived as monophyletic. Around species were primarily described within the genus Cercospora (Pollack, ). In latter studies, species were confirmed to belong to the genus Cercospora, whereas were unrecognizable based on the morphological characters and symptoms, thus were designated as Cercospora apii sensu lato (Crous and Braun, ).
Bakhshi M, Arzanlou M, Babai-Ahari A – Morphological and molecular characterization of Cercospora zebrina from black bindweed in Iran. Plant Pathology & Quaranti ne 2(2), –doi.
The genus Cercospora was erected by Frensious (). Etymologically the generic name means a fungus has obclavate (Tail shaped) spores. The species concept and taxonomy of Cercospora are based upon morphological criteria, primarily the dimensions.
Abstract. Twenty morphological characters of thirty species of Cercospora, collected in the Sudan, were used for a quantitative numerical classification.
This revealed, 80% overall similarity between C. arisaemae on Abutilon sp. and C. gossypina on Gossypium hirsutum, 75% overall similarity between C. cucurbitae on Cucumis sativus and cateringwhidbey.com by: 2. ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the morphology and vegetative structures of cercospora.
Morphology of Cercospora: Cercospora: Common Species: ADVERTISEMENTS: Cercospora arachidicola, C. beticola, C. nicotianae, C. personata and C. apii. Occurrence: It commonly occurs parasitically on many plants of economic importance, and causes the leaf spot disease on. The genus Cercospora represents a group of important plant pathogenic fungi with a wide geographic distribution, being commonly associated with leaf spots on a broad range of plant hosts.
The goal of the present study was to conduct a morphological and molecular phylogenetic analysis. Cercospora cryptomeriicola Sawada on Cryptomeria japonica is transferred to the genus Pseudocercospora, based on the morphological characteristics of the type specimen and newly collected cateringwhidbey.com by: 1.
Dec 01, · The genus Cercospora includes many important plant pathogens that are commonly associated with leaf spot diseases on a wide range of cultivated and wild plant species. Due to the lack of useful morphological features and high levels of intraspecific variation, host plant association has long been a decisive criterion for species delimitation in cateringwhidbey.com by: 4.
Introduction. Cercospora Fresen. and Pseudocercospora Speg. are large genera of mostly plant pathogenic fungi, containing over and species names respectively (cateringwhidbey.com).The delimitation of species within Cercospora and Pseudocercospora, as well as the circumscription of the genera, has changed since their establishment by Fresenius () and Spegazzini (), cateringwhidbey.com by: 5.
Cercospora is a genus of ascomycete fungi. Most species have no known sexual stage, and when the sexual stage is identified, it is in the genus cateringwhidbey.com species of this genus cause plant diseases, and form leaf cateringwhidbey.com is a relatively well-studied genus of fungus, but there are countless species not yet described, and there is still much to learn about the best-known of the cateringwhidbey.com: Dothideomycetes.
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Arcang.) is an important vegetable in Serbia, where it is grown on nearly 8, ha. In August~1, ha of carrot fields were inspected in southern Bačka in North Serbia. In nearly 40% of the fields, severe foliar and stem symptoms characteristic of cercospora leaf spot of carrot, caused by Cercospora carotae (Pass.) Solheim (3), were.
The genus Cercospora contains numerous important plant pathogenic fungi from a diverse range of hosts. Most species of Cercospora are known only from their morphological characters in cateringwhidbey.comgh the genus contains more than 5 names, very few cultures and associated DNA sequence data are Cited by: All the morphological characteristics evaluated for all the Cercospora specimens from C.
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species-level and/ or genus-level specific- ity has been presented Thus, there exists some question as to whether these organisms should be ascribed to species based upon fungal morphology or host range and symptoms.
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