melanose

melanose

[′mel·ə‚nōs]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of grapevine caused by Septoria ampelina ; leaves are infected and fall off.
A fungus disease of citrus trees and fruits caused by Diaporthe citri, characterized by hard, brown, usually gummy elevations on the rind, twigs, and leaves.
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Major damage to the citrus fruit in Pakistan is caused by canker, melanose and scab.
Krukenberg, "Beiderseitige angeborene melanose der hornhaut," Klinische Monatsblatter fur Augenheilkunde, vol.
He said dry branches have Melanose and Scab fungus which attack trees during spring season so all dry branches and waste should be disposed off after digging.
The industry investigated using 6% SMB solutions for shrimp immersion for 15 to 20 min, after post collect and so prevents the occurrence of melanose and bacterial growth (SILVA, 1988; BARBIERI & OSTRENSKY, 2002).
Greenhouse evaluation of products that induce host resistance for control of scab, melanose and Alternaria brown spot of citrus.
Independentemente dos locais e anos de avaliacao, os tipos de sintomas que predominaram foram os de falsa melanose e mancha-dura.
Uber eine eigenartige melanose. Wien Klin Wochenschr, 1917, 30, 780-781.
Copper hydroxide is applied to control citrus canker, greasy spot, melanose, and alternaria brown spot (Timmer et al.
A melanose, também conhecida como mancha preta ou black spot, destacase como um dos principais defeitos na apresentação do produto, desvalorizando seu valor comercial e seu aspecto visual, apesar de não denotar contaminação microbiológica ou perda de qualidade nutricional.
Other greenhouse studies have found promise for the use of BTH in citrus against scab (caused by Elsinoe fawcettii Bitancourt & Jenk.), melanose (caused by Diaporthe citri F.A.
Nos frutos, os isolamentos foram dirigidos a lesoes dos tipos mancha preta (MP) ou mancha-dura, falsa melanose (FM), mancha-sardenta (MS) mancha-trincada (MT) e mancha- rendilhada (MR).
Generalized melanoses and nonmelanotic pigmentations of the head and neck.