2 edition of Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan found in the catalog.
Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan
W. H. Hsieh
Includes bibliographical references (p. 358-361) and indexes.
|Statement||W.H. Hsieh, T.K. Goh.|
|Contributions||Goh, T. K.|
|LC Classifications||QK625.C4 H75 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 376 p. :|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||91127630|
similar fungi from Taiwan p. () Figure I. Cercospora mitterialla Syd. Ann. Mycol. (). Leaf spots angular to irregular, often vcinlimited. becoming confluent. pale brown to tan with a slightly darker border. A ~~~ ~ Figure 1 Pseudocercospora mitlerialla Goh & W.H. Hsieh. A. decoction agar as reported by Kilpatrick and Johnson (6) nor on V- Cercospora kikuchii and other seed borne fungi of soybeans. Phyto-8 juice agar as reported by Roy and Abney (9,10). Abundant pathology sporulation of C. kikuchii occurred in cultures on SSPA exposed to THIRD, K. S., and C. U. MANDAHAR. File Size: 2MB.
This Capnodiales-related article is a can help Wikipedia by expanding itFamily: Mycosphaerellaceae. Cercospora and Passalora. CBS Bio-diversity Series 1, 1– Deighton FC. – Studies on Cercospora and allied genera. VI. Pseudocercospora Speg., Pantospora Cif. and Cercosepto-ria Petr. Mycological Papers , 1– Hsieh WH, Goh TK. – Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan. Maw Chang Book Company, Taipei, Taiwan.
Other articles where Cercospora is discussed: sugar beet: Diseases and pests: near the soil surface, and Cercospora leaf spot, a fungus infection in which the leaves become greenish yellow and root weight and sugar content are reduced, are most serious and can cause great damage if not controlled. Precautions must also be taken against damage by worms, beetles, and nematodes. =Pseudocercospora bixae (Allesch. & F. Noack) Crous, Alfenas & R.W. Barreto, Mycotaxon () [MB#] =Pseudocercospora bixicola Goh & W.H. Hsieh, Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan: 43 () [MB#].
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In Taiwan species are recognized in the genera Cercoseptoria, Cercosporella, Cercosporidium, Miuraea, Mycovellosiella, Passalora, Phaeoisariopsis, Phaeoramularia, Pseudocercospora, Pseudospiropes, Sirosporium, Stenella and Stigmina. Of these 37 are new species and 5 are new combinations.
The fungi are described and illustrated. Keys to common allied genera and host and Cited by: Cercospora musicola Sawada ex Goh & W.H. Hsieh, Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan: () [MB#] 2.
Cercosporella eupatorii Sawada ex Goh & W.H. Hsieh, Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan: 70 () [MB#]. Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan by W. Hsieh; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Cercospora, Fungi, Identification; Places: Taiwan. Mycol. Res. 99 (I): () Printed in Great Britain 31 Cercospora species and similar fungi of South Africa P.
CROUS AND U. BRAUN 1Department of Plant Pathology, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, South Africa ~Martin-Luther-UniversitdiL by: 6. 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 species of this genus cause plant diseases, and form leaf 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 : Dothideomycetes.
Taxonomy and phylogeny of cercosporoid fungi (Mycosphaerellaceae) from China 1 Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan. Maw Chang Book Company. T aipei, Taiwan, Republic of. Cercospora musicola Sawada ex Goh & W.H. Hsieh, Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan: () [MB#] Synonymy: ≡Cercospora musaecola Sawada, Report of the Department of Agriculture Government Research Institute of Formosa () [MB#].
Author： Pseudocercospora liquidambaris (Sawada ex) Goh & Hsieh, Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan. Maw Chang Book Company, Taipei, Taiwan: Description： Leaf spots angular to suborbiucular, mm wide, dark brown, sometimes slightly zonate, usually with a.
Cercospora leaf spot or fruit spot is a fungus that requires moisture and is wind borne. The disease survives in dormant lesions from previous season fruit. Once warm, wet weather starts, the fungus disseminates condida, which are similar to a spore. Stenella gynurae (Sawada & Katsuki) Goh & Hsieh, Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan.
Maw Chang Book Company, Taipei, Taiwan: Cercospora leaf spot disease is caused by a fungus similar to the type that produces edible mushrooms. Unlike mushrooms, however, leaf spot disease fungi. In 1 library. vii, p.: ill. ; 26 cm. Cercospora. Cercospora -- Identification.
Fungi -- Taiwan. As with most fungi, prevention means allowing good aeration around the plants, proper spacing between plants, hygienic conduct such as using only clean seeds, and careful management of moisture and watering.
Damp, humid conditions are the Cercospora’s preferred habitat, so watering at ground level is a must. Treating Cercospora Leaf Spot. Agricultural Bureau: Kew, England) Hsieh WH, Goh TK () Cercospora and similar fungi from Taiwan.
Maw Chang Book Company, Taipei, Taiwan. Mulder JL, Holliday P () Mycosphaerella berkeleyi. Cercospora Leaf Spot of Ligustrum. Pathogen: caused by the fungus Cercospora sp. This is a common disease of Ligustrum species. There are two Cercospora species which cause this leaf spot disease.
A related species, Pseudocercospora causes similar spots. Pathogen cycle: These fungi survive adverse conditions in leaves in the canopy and in. The fungi parasitize taxa of host plants from genera and 47 families, out of which taxa from 94 genera and 29 families have been actually found in Poland.
Fourteen species described in this book belong to Cercospora apii s. Nine quarantine species are. This contribution is the second of a series aimed at revising South African records of cercosporoid fungi. The present study describes six species, proposes one Cited by: 6.
ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about: 1. Genus of Cercospora 2. Mycelium of Cercospora 3. Reproduction. Genus of Cercospora: The form-genus Cercospora includes about 3, form-species.
Majority of them are plant pathogens which cause leaf spot diseases of higher plants of economic value (Fig. Commonly the leaf spot disease is called [ ].
Cercospora apii emend. lat.) is reported for the first time on lettuce (Lactuca sativa) in Australia. The present paper is a continuation of a series of comprehensive taxonomic treatments of cercosporoid fungi (formerly Cercospora s.
lat.), belonging to Mycosphaerellaceae (Ascomycota).This fifth contribution of this series proceeds with treatments of cercosporoid fungi on dicots and comprises species occurring on hosts belonging to the families Anacardiaceae and Annonaceae, which are described Cited by: 5.
This summer’s rainy and humid weather has created a perfect environment for the proliferation of a variety of fungal diseases. In particular, Cercospora is a genus of fungus of which there are over 1, different e there are so many species of this fungus, many different plant species are affected including many garden vegetables and ornamentals.Abstract.
In this second report of the present series, six species ofCercospora described in Japan were transferred to the genusPseudocercospora after detailed reexamination. They arePseudocercospora abeliae, P. chionanthi-retusi, P. corylopsidis, P. ehretiae, P.
naitoi andP. by: 6.