Cercospora


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Cercospora

[sər′käs·pə·rə]
(mycology)
A genus of imperfect fungi having dark, elongate, multiseptate spores.
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Reaction to Cercospora leaf spot and leaf blight (Xanthomonas sesami) was somewhat similar among most of the genotypes with a mean of about 4.0 on 0-9 scale.
punicae, Macrophomina phaseolina, Cercospora capsici, and Sclerotium rolfsii was evaluated using a dual culture technique.
Selected rates of pyraclostrobin have superior activity against the peanut leafspots, caused by Cercospora arachidicola and C.
Brown eye spot (BE) caused by the fungus Cercospora coffeicola Berkeley & Cooke, is one of the main diseases of coffee trees (Coffea arabica L.), causing reduced yield and quality of the beverage (LIMA et al., 2012).
The insects that may attack beets are flea beetles, leaf miners, aphids, Cercospora leaf spot, scab and root rot.
Over the past year, Turkey saw its sugar beet production fall by 12 percent due to unfavorable weather conditions and a plant disease known as cercospora. Local sugar beet production falls short of meeting the industrial demand in Turkey and the country had to increase imports, the state-run Turkish Sugar Authority President HE-snE- Tekin said in a meeting with food makers in ystanbul on Tuesday.
(2004) verificaram a atividade antifungica do extrato aquoso de Momordica charantia, ao inibir 35% o crescimento micelial de Cercospora calendulae a 10.000 [micro][g.mL.sup.-1] em calendula (Calendula officinalis L.).
Inducao de resistencia em cafeeiro contra Cercospora coffeicola por eliciadores abioticos e extratos vegetais [Induction of resistance in coffee plants against Cercospora coffeicola using abiotic elicitors and plant extracts].
Cercospora parthenophilia, a leaf spot pathogen isolated from parthenium at Kurukshetra, has shown several characteristics that make it a potential biological control agent of this weed in India such as wide natural distribution; it sporulates well on Czapek dox agar (a simple and cheap culture medium), within ten days, and can thus be mass produced in a short time and at low cost; it has narrow host range and capable of limiting populations of the weed under experimental conditions [56].