melanose

melanose

[′mel·ə‚nōs]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of grapevine caused by Septoria ampelina ; leaves are infected and fall off.
A fungus disease of citrus trees and fruits caused by Diaporthe citri, characterized by hard, brown, usually gummy elevations on the rind, twigs, and leaves.
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He said dry branches have Melanose and Scab fungus which attack trees during spring season so all dry branches and waste should be disposed off after digging.
The industry investigated using 6% SMB solutions for shrimp immersion for 15 to 20 min, after post collect and so prevents the occurrence of melanose and bacterial growth (SILVA, 1988; BARBIERI & OSTRENSKY, 2002).
Greenhouse evaluation of products that induce host resistance for control of scab, melanose and Alternaria brown spot of citrus.
Independentemente dos locais e anos de avaliacao, os tipos de sintomas que predominaram foram os de falsa melanose e mancha-dura.
Copper hydroxide is applied to control citrus canker, greasy spot, melanose, and alternaria brown spot (Timmer et al.
Para evitar o surgimento da melanose "pos-mortem" no camarão, bem como para outros produtos alimentares sujeitos ao enegrecimento oxienzimático, faz-se necessária a adição de sulfitos.
2], que, quando elevado, pode ser rejeitado pelas exigências do mercado e, quando baixo, perder a qualidade pela melanose.
Nos frutos, os isolamentos foram dirigidos a lesoes dos tipos mancha preta (MP) ou mancha-dura, falsa melanose (FM), mancha-sardenta (MS) mancha-trincada (MT) e mancha- rendilhada (MR).
Generalized melanoses and nonmelanotic pigmentations of the head and neck.
Table 2 Etiology Male Female Post inflammatory 1 14 hyperpigmentation (PIH) Superficial rhytides 1 2 Facial rejuvenation 1 2 Photo melanoses 6 3
De acordo com a Tabela 2, dentre as alteracoes no exame fisico, a dermatologica foi a mais encontrada (53,2%), com destaque para dermatites de contato irritativas e por sensibilidade, melanoses solares e ptiriases versicolor.
The intensity of smoker's melanoses is dose-dependent.