Helminthosporium


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Helminthosporium

[hel‚min·thə′spȯr·ē·əm]
(mycology)
A genus of parasitic fungi of the family Dematiaceae having conidiophores which are more or less irregular or bent and bear conidia successively on new growing tips.
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Effect of helminthosporium leaf blight on performance of timely and late-seeded wheat under optimal and stressed levels of soil fertility and moisture.
A system involving incorporating mustard green manures to replace conventional metham sodium treatment in potato fields has provided adequate management of pathogens that cause diseases like Verticillium, Sclerotinia, Helminthosporium, and Meloidogyne [10].
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Carbon-to-nitrogen ratio, carbon concentration, and amino acid composition of growth media influence conidiation of Helminthosporium solani.
The compounds isolated from Phoma exigua were named phomin and dehydrophomin and those from Helminthosporium dematioideum were called cytochalasin A and B, dehydrophomin being identical to cytochalasin A and phomin to cytochalasin B.
Histone deacetylase inhibitor Helminthosporium carbonum (HC)-toxin suppresses the malignant phenotype of neuroblastoma cells.
Further genetic studies of resistance to Helminthosporium turcicum Pass in maize by means of chromosomal translocations.
Eventually, one of many tests showed a possible explanation: an obscure allergy to helminthosporium sativum, a common mold that grows on wheats and grasses, in cool, wet climates.
Effect of sugar content of Poa pratensis on Helminthosporium leaf spot.
His Master's thesis, completed under the direction of Wilmer Garfield Stover, concerned the "Resistance of Inbred Strains and Crosses of Dent Corn to Helminthosporium Leaf Blight.
Known by such names as helminthosporium, aspergillus and stachybotris, these purportedly toxic molds are alleged to cause health impacts ranging from simple clogged sinuses and sore throats, to chronic fatigue syndrome, asthma, pneumonia, vertigo, temporary loss of hearing, migraines, memory loss and other cognitive dysfunction, and hemorrhaging.
Differential effects of anionic forms of selected heavy metal salts in seed treatments on Helminthosporium infection of wheat seedlings.