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Bibliography on downy mildew, Peronosporaceae, of the Gramineae

Charles Gardner Shaw

Bibliography on downy mildew, Peronosporaceae, of the Gramineae

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Published by Washington State University, College of Agriculture Research Center in Pullman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grasses -- Diseases and pests -- Bibliography.,
  • Downy mildew diseases -- Bibliography.,
  • Peronosporaceae -- Bibliography.

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    StatementCharles Gardner Shaw, Rosy J. Chacko, K. M. Safeeulla.
    SeriesBulletin - Washington State University, College of Agriculture Research Center ; 867
    ContributionsChacko, Rosy J., joint author., Safeeulla, K. M., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ5354.P3 G717, SB608.G8 G717
    The Physical Object
    Pagination53 p. ;
    Number of Pages53
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    Open LibraryOL4068530M
    LC Control Number79621886

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Bibliography on downy mildew, Peronosporaceae, of the Gramineae by Charles Gardner Shaw Download PDF EPUB FB2

Downy Mildew Taxonomy. The Phylogeny and Taxonomy of the Peronosporaceae. Species Concepts in Downy Mildews—Or the Philosophy of Lumping Versus Splitting.

The Brassicolous Downy Mildews. The DMPHs. The Downy Mildews with Colored Conidia. The GDMs with Lasting Sporangiophores. Genera of Unresolved Phylogenetic Position. Future Perspectives Cited by: Peronosclerospora species and other downy mildews of the Gramineae.

Abstract The subgenus Peronosclerospora of Sclerospora is raised to generic rank and described. The subgenus Peronosclerospora of Sclerospora is raised to generic rank and described.

The following spp. are transferred to Peronosclerospora: S. dichanthiicola, S. maydis, S. miscanthi, S. philippinensis, S. sacchari, S. spontanea, S. sorghi and S. westonii. sacchari is the type species of the genus. The characters distinguishing Peronosclerospora and Sclerospora are Cited by: Sorghum downy mildew, SDM (Peronosclerospora sorghi) has two crop hosts, sorghum and maize (Zea mays).

It occurs in many tropical and subtropical regions of the world where these crops are grown, including Africa. Pearl millet downy mildew, PMDM (Sclerospora graminicola), infects pearl millet in Africa and Asia. Graduation date: The two most economically important plant pathogens in the Pseudoperonospora (Peronosporaceae) genus are P.

cubensis, causal agent of cucurbit downy mildew, and P. humuli. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

Biology and control of the downy mildews of pearl millet, sorghum and finger millet. Mysore: Downy Mildew Research Laboratory, Manasagangothri, Mysore University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: K M Safeeulla; Downy Mildew Research Laboratory.

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Indeed, a literature search confirms that among scholarly and research papers we researched for this article, not one authority detected the Peronosporaceae of either of the two types of mildew (Oidium-Erysiphe - powdery mildew, or Peronosporaceae - downy mildew) among the various fungi found growing on books, papers, photographs, stamps, or other.

Polymorphic SSR Markers for Plasmopara obducens (Peronosporaceae), the Newly Emergent Downy Mildew Pathogen of Impatiens (Balsaminaceae) November APPLICATIONS IN PLANT SCIENCES 3(11) Coleus (Solenostemon scutellarioides), a herbaceous bedding plant, has been prized by gardeners for its bright colorful foliage since Victorian times, and in recent years has seen a resurgence in popularity in the United States.

Coleus plants exhibiting disease symptoms were observed in New York and Louisiana in and throughout much of the United States by Cited by: 2. So far 19 genera of downy mildews have been described, of which seven are parasitic to grasses.

Here, we introduce a new genus, Baobabopsis, to accommodate two distinctive downy mildews, B. donbarrettii sp. nov., collected on Perotis rara in northern Australia, and B.

enneapogonis sp. nov., collected on Enneapogon spp. in western and central by: 7. Kubicek QB, Kenneth RG () Peronosclerospora globosa, a new downy mildew of Gramineae, attacking cupgrass in Texas. Phytopathology Lane CR, Beales PA, O'Neill TM, McPherson GM, Finlay AR, David J, Constantinescu O, B.

Henricot B (). First report of Impatiens downy mildew (Plasmopara obducens) in the UK. Plant Pathology   This also applies to an enigmatic downy mildew from Eragrostis cilianensis, which exhibits a chimeric appearance, with similarities to Basidiophora, Sclerophthora, and Sclerospora.

In this study, the phylogenetic relationship of lovegrass downy mildew with respect to other genera of the Of the Gramineae book was investigated and the characteristics Cited by: Plasmopara viticola, the causal agent of grapevine downy mildew, is a heterothallic oomycete that overwinters as oospores in leaf litter and soil.

In the spring, oospores germinate to produce macrosporangia, which under wet condition release res are splashed by rain into the canopy, where they swim to and infect through 7–10 days, yellow Class: Oomycota.

Peronosclerospora heteropogoni, the Rajasthan downy mildew of Zea mays, is placed as sister group of the remaining species of Peronosclerospora with high (94 or 85 %) BS support. Interestingly, the two specimens of P.

sorghi from India and Africa are identical in sequence, despite of great distance in space and by: The downy mildew of grapevine is one of the most destructive diseases in viticulture resulting in severe epidemics and enormous economic costs. The causal agent is P.

viticola (Berk. and Curt.) Berl. and de Toni, an obligate biotrophic oomycete of the Peronosporaceae family, which was introduced to Europe from North. So unless your books are bound in grape leaves, the fungal growth found on books and papers is indeed mold, often Aspergillus sp.

(especially on bindings) or other problem molds, but it's not actually mildew (Oidium-Erysiphe - powdery mildew, or Peronosporaceae - downy mildew). Causes of Foxing or Rust Stains in Books or on Paper. Introduction. Phytophthora species are among the most destructive rot-causing pathogens of plants, responsible for several catastrophic events, like the sudden oak death in North America, caused by Ph.

ramorum and the Irish Potato Famine caused by Ph. infestans.These pathogens can be grown on synthetic media and are hemibiotrophic in nature. The downy mildews can Cited by:   Downy mildew of grapes refers to any of several types of oomycete microbes that are obligate parasites of plants.

Downy mildews exclusively belong to Peronosporaceae. In commercial agriculture, they are a particular problem for growers of crucifers, grapes and vegetables that grow on vines.

slide contains vivid descrition of the plant pathogen. Pseudoperonospora cubensis is a species of water mould known for causing downy mildew on cucurbits such as cantaloupe, cucumber, pumpkin, squash and watermelon.

This water mould is an important pathogen of all these crops, especially in areas with high humidity and rainfall, such as the eastern United : Oomycetes. Pathogen.

The Peronospora species causing downy mildew on coleus is an oomycete in the order Peronosporales. Palmateer, et al.

describe the pathogen as having coenocytic mycelium and producing conidia which are slightly brown, ovoid to ellipsoid, mostly nonpapillate, and ranging from to by to µm.

Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Monograph on downy mildew of crucifers." See other formats.

Miyake described the next downy mildew attacking maize, Sclerospora sacchari, in As the name indicates, it was originally described from sugarcane, but Miyake himself demonstrated by inoculation tests that the downy mildew on sugarcane was also able to infect maize.

Thus, he confirmed that a downy mildew he had found on maizeCited by: 3. Abstract. The genus Basidiophora is reviewed and a key to the species provided. Within the genus, Basidiophora entospora Roze & Cornu has the widest host r List of Peronosporaceae reported from the British Isles.

The downy mildew of corn and other Gramineae in Africa and Israel, and the present state of knowledge and by: 8. Mildew. Mildews are whitish fungi that grow on moist surfaces.

Some mildews are parasites growing on the surface of plant foliage or mildews grow on the moistened surfaces of materials made from plant or animal tissues, such as wood, paper, clothing, or leather. The downy mildews are in the fungal family Peronosporaceae. Diseases of Landscape Plants Purdue extension downy Mildew Janna Beckerman Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Purdue University BPW Figure 1.

The different strains of downy mildew can be very host specific, or it can infect many members of the daisy family, including this Rudbeckia. Photo by Janna Beckerman Figure Size: KB. Schikedanz F () Downy mildew on gerbera. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz– Shin HD, Choi YJ () ‘Peronosporaceae of Korea.’ (National Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology: Suwon, Korea) : Silvia María Wolcan.

This book brings together the knowledge from and tools for genetic and genomic research into oomycetes to help solve the problems this pathogen poses to crops and animals. Armed with the information presented here, researchers can use oomycete data to solve practical problems and gain insight into future areas of interest.

Key Features: Offers an up-to-date. Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) is a pseudocereal native to the Andean region of South America and a staple crop for subsistence farmers in the altiplano of Bolivia and Peru.

Downy mildew is the most significant disease of quinoa caused by the pathogen Peronospora farinosa chenopodii Byford. This disease greatly impacts quinoa crops with yield losses up to 99%.Cited by: 4.

Introduction. Of the 13 genera of the Peronosporaceae which are obligate biotrophic parasites of angiosperms and have lasting sporangiophores, three species were reported to be parasitic to grasses.

These are Graminivora graminicola (formerly Bremia graminicola), Viennotia oplismeni (formerly Plasmopara oplismeni) and P. other graminicolous downy mildew Cited by: Telle S, Thines M () Reclassification of an enigmatic downy mildew species on lovegrass (Eragrostis) to the new genus Eraphthora with a key to the genera of the Peronosporaceae.

Mycological Progress Runge F, Thines M () Re-Evaluation of host specificity of the closely related species Pseudoperonospora humuli and P. cubensis. Control of Downy Mildew of Cabbage with Fungicides A.

EDDINS1 INTRODUCTION Downy mildew of cabbage, cauliflower, collards, Chinese cab-bage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, kale and kohlrabi is caused by the fungus Peronospora parasitica (Pers.) ex Fr. It is the most. Abstract This treatise contains information on all aspects of Peronospora parasitica, the cause of downy mildew of crucifers [Brassicaceae].The information is arranged in sections on (1) the disease, its symptoms, geographic distribution, yield losses and disease assessment methods; (2) taxonomy, variability, sporulation, perpetuation and spore germination of P.

parasitica; (3) host. Life cycle of downy mildew An understanding of the pathogen life cycle in a grapevine helps identify when preventative action will provide the most cost-effective level of control. Figure 2. Characteristic oil spot symptoms of Downy Mildew Figure 3. Down-like appearance of sporangia on the underside of a grapevine leaf.

About this book. Knowledge of downy mildew pathogens and diseases has increased significantly in the areas of taxonomy, biology and molecular biology, mechanisms of resistance, population biology and ecology, epidemiology and chemical Range: £ - £   Plasmopara viticola, the downy mildew pathogen, is one of the most important pathogens in European viticulture.

This oomycete infects grapevine leaves via zoospores that encyst at stomata. A primary germ tube then enters the substomatal cavity and develops a tubular network of hyphae that proliferate intercellularly and parasitize the leaf mesophyll cells by Author: Sarah Fröbel, Eva Maria Zyprian.

Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is an ancient crop, mentioned in the Bible and in the Jerusalem the last 60 years, chickpea cultivation and breeding have undergone great advances. Those in cultivation have involved mainly changing the sowing dates and developing disease management for Ascochyta : Shmuel Galili, Hovav Ran, Evgenia Dor, Joseph Hershenhorn, Arye Harel, Orit Amir-Segev, Aharon Bella.

Recently, downy mildew of Salvia species became economically relevant globally, but the taxonomy of the causal agent remains still obscure. The objective of this study was to characterize and distinguish the different Peronospora species associated with downy mildew on sages, based on morphological and molecular by: Audio Books & Poetry Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion BITISM Librivox Free Audiobook Paulines Podcast Antioch's Podcast Nikki Speaks Open 'Til Late.

DOWNY MILDEW DISEASE. P. cubensis is a biotrophic oomycete that causes downy mildew disease in the Cucurbitaceae family.

Other oomycetes of the family Peronosporaceae, including Peronospora and Bremia, cause downy mildew in a variety of plant mildews are primarily foliage blights (P. cubensis infects only the leaves of Cited by: peronosporaceae definition: Proper noun 1.

A taxonomic family within the order Peronospora +‎ -aceae.downy mildew definition: a disease of angiosperms characterized by the appearance of whitish or downy patches of fungus on the surfaces of plant parts, caused by various fungi (family Peronosporaceae).