angular leaf spot


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angular leaf spot

[′aŋ·gyə·lər ′lēf ‚spät]
(plant pathology)
A bacterial disease of plants characterized by angular spots on leaves and caused by Pseudomonas lachrymans in cucumbers and Xanthomonas malvacearum in cotton.
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Aggregating in an only plant, resistance to angular leaf spot and to white mold, would be a fact of extreme importance for obtaining a new cultivar, and also for increasing the grain yield.
The plant material used was the parents and selected progenies through a program of recurrent selection for resistance to angular leaf spot and carioca grain type.
The only bacterial disease affecting domestic strawberries, angular leaf spot is found throughout the United States - including in California and Florida, major U.
INR7 angular leaf spot lachrymans/ and anthracnose; angular leaf pesticide standard spot; used plants Colletotrichum treated with BTH orbicularel Burkholderia anthracnose gladioli IN26 INR7 + IN26 INR7 + ME1 + GB03 Bacillus pumilus disease severity and INR-7 yield averaged across methyl bromide treated and nontreated field trials Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens ME1 Bacillus pumilus GB03 INR7 + ME1 Tomato Pseudomonas INR7 + GB03 disease severity; syringae pv.
griseola races, G 10474 should find wide application in managing angular leaf spot of common bean.
2002) revealed that the cultivar AND 227 has four angular leaf spot resistance genes designated Phg-[1.
Pathogenic variation in, sources of, and breeding for resistance to Phaeoisariopsis griseola causing angular leaf spot in common bean.
8] genotypes from intraracial (GV 10625) versus interracial (DC 10622, GV 10624, GV 10626, and GV 10627) bean populations, and checks for angular leaf spot, bean common mosaic, common bacterial blight, and infection, leaf chlorosis, and pod deformation caused by bean golden mosaic evaluated at CIAT, Cali, Colombia, in 1998.
When cultivars Algarrobo and 223, both susceptible to angular leaf spot, were crossed with a resistant cultivar, 0258, a segregation ratio of 3 resistant: 1 susceptible plant was observed, indicating monogenic, dominant resistance (Cardona-Alvarez, 1962).
The objective of this work was to characterize the resistance to angular leaf spot in MAR-2 in an [F.
Carioca resists two fungal diseases: angular leaf spot (ALS), caused by Phaeoisariopsis griseola (Sacc.
Uredinia composed of fascicles of sporogenous cells that emerge through stomata becoming suprastomatal, mainly hypophyllous, numerous, often aggregated in angular spots surrounded by veins corresponding to pale, angular leaf spots on the upper leaf surface, 0.