bean anthracnose

bean anthracnose

[′bēn an′thrak‚nōs]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of the bean caused by Colletotrichum lindemuthianum, producing pink to brown lesions on the pod and seed and dark discolorations on the veins on the lower surface of the leaf.
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Despite Turkey's importance as a bean-producing country and the highly diverse bean germplasm it possesses, studies on bean anthracnose in Turkey are limited.
A IT sounds as if they are suffering bean anthracnose, which is caused by a fungus.
- Mike Caldwell, Westonsuper-Mare, Somerset MOST likely bean anthracnose, caused by a fungus spread by irrigation splash and wet weather.
(1999 and 2000) employed RGAs in the discovery, genomic characterization and evolutionary understanding of the R gene clusters conditioning resistance to bean anthracnose. RGAs provide a marker system that could be used to specifically tag disease resistance traits.
& Magnus) Lams.-Scrib., the cause of bean anthracnose. Black Jack is a more prostrate black bean cultivar with excellent canning quality.
of Guelph Seafarer-backcross-derived navy bean with resistance to the delta race of bean anthracnose, registered in 1983 (Beversdorf and Buzzell 1984).
Seahawk carries the Co-2 gene, which conditions resistance to Races 7 and 65 of bean anthracnose [caused by Colletotrichum lindemuthianum (Sacc.
Furthermore, Balardin and Kelly (1998) proposed pyramiding different resistance genes of Andean and Middle American origins as the long-term approach to control bean anthracnose. Kelly et al.
B90211 is a mid-to-full season, upright, indeterminate (Type II) black bean breeding line with resistance to Races 65 and 73 of bean anthracnose [caused by Colletotrichum lindemuthianum (Sacc.
(1997), aiming to target bean anthracnose resistance genes, demonstrated that the [F.sub.2] individuals derived from the cross of Michelite (susceptible parent) and AB 136 (resistant parent), when tested with primer Z 04, generated a band linked at a distance of 2.8 cM from the resistance gene.
A single-plant selection was made in a space-planted [F.sub.4] nursery in Michigan on the basis of agronomic traits, seed traits, and resistance to Bean Common Mosaic Necrosis Virus (BCMNV, strain NL 3), bean rust [caused by Uromyces appendiculatus (Pers.:Pers.) Unger] and bean anthracnose [caused by Colletotrichum lindemuthianum (Sacc.