Monilinia fructicola


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Monilinia fructicola

[‚mō·nə‚lin·ē·ə ‚fru̇k·ti′kō·lə]
(mycology)
A fungal pathogen in the class Discomycetes that causes brown rot of stone fruits.
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Antifungal effect of gaseous nitric oxide on mycelium growth, sporulation and spore germination of the postharvest horticulture pathogens, Aspergillus niger, Monilinia fructicola and Penicillium italicum.
Brown rot is caused by the fungus Monilinia fructicola.
Evaluation of commercial essential oil samples on the growth of postharvest pathogen Monilinia fructicola (G.
In Monilinia fructicola, which causes brown rot in fruit, spores wafting onto blossoms in spring can grow and produce asexual spores that spread to new blossoms, twigs or fruits and create more asexual spores.
Bostock RM, Wilcox SM, Wang G, Adaskaveg JE (1999) Suppression of Monilinia fructicola cutinase production by peach fruit surface phenolic acids.
Three of these completely stopped the growth of two major fruit rot fungi that attack peaches, Monilinia fructicola and Botrytis cinerea.
Monilinia fructicola ocasiona danos em flores, ramos e frutos em pre e pos-colheita, incluindo as duas fases de maior susceptibilidade da cultura, que sao a floracao e a maturacao de frutos (BYRDE & WILLETTS, 1977).