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Nigrospora musae n. sp. and its connexion with squirter disease in bananas.

Ethel I. McLennan

Nigrospora musae n. sp. and its connexion with squirter disease in bananas.

by Ethel I. McLennan

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Published by H.J. Green, government printer in Melbourne .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nigrospora musae.,
  • Bananas -- Diseases and pests.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 35-36.

    StatementBy Ethel I. McLennan and Shirley Hoëtte.
    ContributionsHoëtte, Shirley,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB608.B16 M25
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL236736M
    LC Control Numberagr34000542
    OCLC/WorldCa5132159


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Nigrospora musae n. sp. and its connexion with squirter disease in bananas by Ethel I. McLennan Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the flesh of bananas affected with squirter disease [see preceding abstract] the authors constantly found the inter- and intra-cellular hyphae, 3 to 10 µ in diameter, of a Nigrospora. In plate culture on malt agar the fungus formed a water-soaked, staled colony with very characteristic cottony white strands growing towards the lid of the plate and gradually covering the whole surface until Nigrospora musae n.

and its connexion with Add tags for "Nigrospora musae n. and its connexion with "squirter" disease in bananas.". Nigrospora musae. Bananas -- Diseases and pests. Confirm this request. You may have already requested this item. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request :// Nigrospora canescens McLennan & Hoëtte, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research 18 () [MB#] Nigrospora musae n.

and its connexion with “squirter” disease in bananas. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. Page #: ?TableKey=&Rec=   McLennan, Ethel I., and Hoette, Shirley () — Nigrospora musae n.

and its connexion with “squirter” disease in bananas. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (Australia) Bulletin 36p. Google Scholar; Download references   Fig.

16 Nigrospora pyriformis (from ex-type strain CGMCC). a–b. Upper surface and reverse overview of culture 5 d after inoculation on PDA medium; c.

colony on SNA; d–f. conidiophores and conidiogenous cells giving rise to conidia; g–i. conidia. — Scale bars: d–f, i = 20 μm; g–h = 10 μm. - "Phylogenetic reassessment of Nigrospora: Ubiquitous endophytes, plant and human   Fig.

3 Nigrospora arundinacea (from holotype K(M) ). a–c. Overview of the type specimen; d. conidia on Arundo conspicua; e–f. conidiogenous cells; g. conidia. — Scale bars = 10 μm.

- "Phylogenetic reassessment of Nigrospora: Ubiquitous endophytes, plant and human pathogens"   Fig. 10 Nigrospora hainanensis (from ex-type strain CGMCC). a–b. Upper surface and reverse overview of culture 5 d after inoculation on PDA medium; c.

colony on SNA; d–e. conidiogenous cells giving rise to conidia; f–g. setae; h. conidia. — Scale bars = 10 μm. - "Phylogenetic reassessment of Nigrospora: Ubiquitous endophytes, plant and human pathogens"   Fig.

5 Nigrospora bambusae (from ex-type strain LC). a–b. Upper surface and reverse overview of culture 5 d after inoculation on PDA medium; c. colony on SNA; d–f. conidiogenous cells giving rise to conidia; g.

conidia. — Scale bars: d–g = 10 μm. - "Phylogenetic reassessment of Nigrospora: Ubiquitous endophytes, plant and human pathogens"   DOI: /persoonia Corpus ID: Phylogenetic reassessment of Nigrospora: Ubiquitous endophytes, plant and human pathogens @article{WangPhylogeneticRO, title={Phylogenetic reassessment of Nigrospora: Ubiquitous endophytes, plant and human pathogens}, author={Ming-rong Wang and F Liu and P.

Crous and Lei Cai}, journal={Persoonia: Molecular — Nigrospora musæ, n. and its connexion with «squirter» disease in Bananas. (Nouvelle espèce de Nigrospora parasite des Bananes). Rev. of appl. MycologyXIII, p. On sait que Ton désigne sous le nom de a squirter» (R.

A.,p. ) une maladie cryplogamique, qui détermine la pourriture des Bananes mûres: les Phylogenetic reassessment of Nigrospora: Ubiquitous endophytes, plant and human pathogens Article (PDF Available) in Persoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi 39 December with Examples include N.

oryzae causing stem blight on Brassica juncea in India (Sharma et al. ), N. sphaerica causing leaf blight on Camellia sinensis in China (Liu et al. ) and N. musae   McLennan, Ethel I.: Nigrospora musae n.

and its connexion with "squirter" disease in bananas / by Ethel I. McLennan and Shirley Hoëtte. – Melbourne, – 36, I S. – (Bulletin / Commonwealth of Australia, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research ; 75). – Signatur: AUS Etiological agents of crown rot of organic bananas in Dominican Republic Article in Postharvest Biology and Technology October with 71 Reads How we measure 'reads' Among the market diseases described are squirter (Nigrospora sphaericd), anthracnose (Colletotrichum musae), Rhizopus sp.

and Thielaviopsis [Ceratocystis] paradoxa. Plantation diseases include cigar-end (Verticillium theobromae), Deightoniella torulosa, gumming (uncommon and induced by an unidentified 'bacterial sp.) and corky scab (of uncertain cause, possibly initiated by mites).

B.N. Brown. Biology Laboratory, Department of Forestry, Indooroopilly, Queensland, Summary P cinnamomi was isolated from virgin and logged rain. forest at 2 localities in tropical Queensland.

Deaths of a number of commercial timber species have been reported and the fungus was isolated from roots of a number of new host Bananas imported from Guinea were found affected by 'squirter' disease, which is attributed to N. maydis (comb, nov., basionym Sporotrichum maydis, syn.

Trichosporium maydis, N. musae, and N. sphaerica) [cf. 6, ]. Infection spreads from the cut end of the bunch into individual fruits. A new sp., N. vietnamensis, characterized by the small size of the conidia (x μ), was isolated from effect of different temperatures on post-harvest rots of banan a INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGY AND BI OTECHNOLOGY 13 (3): -Ratule, M.T., Division of Plant Industry, pp.

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