citrus scab

citrus scab

[′si·trəs ‚skab]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of citrus plants caused by Sphaceloma rosarum, producing scablike lesions on all plant parts.
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Chung, Molecular and biochemical characterizations of elsinochrome toxins produced by Elsinoe fawcettii causing citrus scab.
Chung, Elsinoe fawcettii and Elsinoe australis: the fungal pathogens causing citrus scab.
Argentine citrus-producing areas are known to be home for Medfly, citrus canker, black spot, citrus scab and other exotic pests,'' said Pierre Tada, president of Limoneira.