Hemileia vastatrix


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Hemileia vastatrix

[‚hem·ə‚lē·yə ′vas·tə‚triks]
(mycology)
A fungus of the order Uredinales which is the causative agent of orange coffee rust.
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In Costa Rica, coffee rust - a leaf blight caused by the fungus Hemileia vastatrix - has moved up to 1,400 metres above sea level.
Caused by the fungus Hemileia vastatrix, the disease defoliates plants and impedes berry formation.
Incubation period of Hemileia vastatrix in coffee plants in Brazil simulated under climate change.
Photosynthetic and antioxidative alterations in coffee leaves caused by Epoxiconazole and pyraclostrobin sprays and Hemileia vastatrix infection.
aprueban el Plan Nacional de Accion de Reduccion de Incidencia y Severidad de la <<Roya Amarilla del Cafeto>>, Hemileia vastatrix, en el Peru.
Fungal diseases are a major challenge in farming, and coffee growers in Latin America must contend with coffee rust - a disease caused by the Hemileia vastatrix, an orange dust that causes the leaves on coffee bushes to fall away, reports Frederic Saliba for Guardian Weekly.
Most species were exclusive to each region, and those in common were species of wide geographical distribution, such as Hemileia vastatrix, Puccinia cnici-oleracei, Puccinia hydrocotyles, Puccinia oxalidis, Uromyces setariae-italicae and Uromyces tenuicutis, among others.
R157 Convolvulaceae Puccinia crassipes R158b Berkeley & Curtis Rubiaceae Puccinia lateritia R159 Berkeley & Curtis Asteraceae Puccinia spegazzinii De Toni R160 Poaceae Uredo chusqueae R161 Pardo-Cardona Rubiaceae Hemileia vastatrix R162 Bekeley & Broome Rubiaceae Maravalia guianensis Ono.
1), Hemileia vastatrix (2), Mycosphaerella fijiensis (1), Penicillium sp.
Local and systemic induction of [beta]-1,3-glucanase and chitinase in coffee leaves protected against Hemileia vastatrix by Bacillus thuringiensis.