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Climate change is expected to increase the frequency and duration of drought in many parts of New Zealand. This may affect the natural lifecycles of plant pathogens, influence host predisposition to infection or disease expression, shift the natural ranges of the pathogens, and alter the rate of...
Many fungi live in close association with insects, and some are specifically vectored by them. One of the best examples is found in the so-called Ophiostomatoid fungi, including species of Ceratocystis and other genera in the Ceratocystidaceae. Our understanding of vectorship in these fungi is...
Colletotrichum gloeosporionides is the causative agent of a major disease affecting Psidium guajava fruits from fructescence to post-harvest. A polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based method for the detection of C. gloeosporioides was developed in this study. A set of two primers (CGF and CGR)...
Bakanae occurs throughout rice growing regions of the world including Asia, Africa, America and Europe. So far the pathogen causing bakanae on rice has been widely known as F. fujikuroi in the Korean peninsula. However, previous studies have shown that Fusarium species within the Gibberella...
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