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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Coffee rust, Hemileia vastatrix, is a fungus native to Ethiopia.
En los ultimos anos este cultivo ha sido danado por infestacion de roya, enfermedad provocada por el hongo Hemileia vastatrix Berk.
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.
The leaf rust, an orange-colored fungus (Hemileia vastatrix) known as roya, which has affected large areas where coffee is produced, arrived in Mexico four years ago.
Avaliacao da severidade da ferrugem (Hemileia vastatrix) em cafeeiros (Coffea canephora) cultivados em condicoes de sombreamento.