Aphanomyces


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Aphanomyces

[′af·ə·nə′mī‚sēz]
(mycology)
A genus of fungi in the phycomycetous order Saprolegniales; species cause root rot in plants.
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But the treatment, mefenoxam, is ineffective against the pathogen causing Aphanomyces root rot (ARR) common to Midwestern soils.
Protection against the crayfish plague, Aphanomyces astaci, in the main white-clawed crayfish populations;
Aphanomyces astaci pathogenicity under laboratory and field conditions.
Zoosporicidal activity of a polyflavonoid tannin present in stem bark of the plant has been reported against the phytopathogenic oomycete Aphanomyces cochlioides (Islam et al.
Induction of skin ulcers in atlantic menhaden by injection and water-borne exposure to the zoospores of Aphanomyces invadans.
Studies on the pathogenesis of the disease identified the aquatic fungus Aphanomyces invadans as the cause of the lesions, but showed that it could not affect healthy fish under experimental conditions.
This damage to the skin/scales of fish has been thought to facilitate the invasion of Aphanomyces sp.
Blazer VS, Vogelbein WK, Densmore CL, et al: Aphanomyces as a cause of ulcerative skin lesions of menhaden from Chesapeake Bay tributaries.
The most important feature of diseased fish has been the involvement of the fungal-like organism Aphanomyces spp.
Instead, they focused on the fungi that showed up prominently in the sores, including Aphanomyces.
DK124 is a very winterhardy, high yielding and persistent variety with excellent regrowth and an excellent disease resistance package including high resistance to Aphanomyces root rot.