TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «FUSARIUM»
The term «fusarium» is regularly used and occupies the 63.214
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «FUSARIUM»
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: Laboratory Guide to the Identification of the ...
This laboratory guide is an attempt to illustrate the diagnostic characters which are used to separate the most frequently occurring Fusarium species, and to provide a key for their identification.
: Mycotoxins, Taxonomy and Pathogenicity
Specialists from a number of different disciplines have contributed to this book which presents actual basic and applied findings on Fusarium species, on their metabolites and taxonomy, in connection with pathogenicity to cereal plants and ...
: Genomics, Molecular and Cellular Biology
This volume will be essential for everyone working with Fusarium and other filamentous fungi. It is recommended for all biology, agriculture, and medical libraries.
Daren W. Brown, Robert H. Proctor, 2013
: diseases, biology, and taxonomy
Diseases caused by Fusarium and their control; The fungus Fusarium: ecology; The fungus Fusarium: genetics and cytology; The fungus Fusarium: Physiology and histopathology; The fungus Fusarium: Taxonomy.
Paul E. Nelson, T. A. Toussoun, R. James Cook, 1981
mycotoxins: chemistry, genetics and biology
This comprehensive book examines the chemistry, genetics, and biology of Fusarium mycotoxins.
: Paul E. Nelson Memorial Symposium
This book is a collection of papers written by world authorities in Fusarium research as presented at a memorial symposium held in commemoration of the life of Professor Paul E. Nelson.
Brett A. Summerell, American Phytopathological Society, 2001
wilt of banana
Twenty contributors present reports on recent progress in the battle against Fusarium Wilt of Banana and efforts to establish guidelines for future research.
The global Fusarium
initiative for international ...
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Fusarium species present in Uruguayan wheat
and barley grains Fusarium graminearum was the primary species associated
withFHB. It comprised 76% and 60% of all Fusarium species isolated from wheat
T. Ban, Ward, W.R., Janet M. Lewis, 2006
Modes of Action of Non-pathogenic Fusarium
Introduction Fusarium oxysporum is one of the most common soil fungi in
cultivated soil worldwide. It includes a large diversity of strains: most saprophytic,
some parasitic and a few pathogenic, inducing either root rot or tracheomycosis ...
Tam Vu Thi Thanh, Thi-Thanh-Tam Vu, 2005
Epidemiology of Mycotoxin Producing Fungi
Transactions of the British Mycological Society 82: 83-93 Magg T, Melchinger AE,
Klein D and Bonn M (2002) Relationship between European corn borer
resistance and concentration of mycotoxins produced by Fusarium spp. in grains
Xiangming Xu, John A. Bailey, B.M. Cooke, 2003
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «FUSARIUM»
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Ask a Gardener: Tips for keeping your tomato plants healthy
Once the Fusarium spore is in the ground, it will forever stay in the ground. If you want to plant tomatoes, you will have to rotate tomato planting ... «The Bellingham Herald, Jul 15»
Are too many blueberries to blame for sagging stems?
Fusarium or some other root disease is the probable cause. In desperation, five times this spring, at about weekly intervals, I put a shovelful of ... «Almanac Weekly, Jul 15»
Why We Need GMOs to Fight Off the Banana Apocalypse
Now an especially brutal sickness called Fusarium Oxysporum Tropical Race Four (or, colloquially, Banana HIV thanks to its incurable potency) ... «GOOD Magazine, Jul 15»
Here's how you save those tomatoes
It's perhaps the most common problem affecting home-grown tomatoes — nasty wilts such as verticillium and fusarium that build up in the soil ... «WTOP, Jul 15»
OVER THE GARDEN FENCE: Wet weather may be reason for …
There is one other soil-inhabiting fungus that also might be considered in trying to determine cause of reduced crop, and that is fusarium wilt. «The Times, Jul 15»
Treasure Valley groups explore growing pumpkin seed for snacks
In last year's trial, the crop faced pressure from squash bugs, powdery mildew and fusarium and a lot of questions still have to be answered ... «Capital press, Jul 15»
Pattern recognition receptors in microbial keratitis
The most common agents in fungal infection are Fusarium spp. and Aspergillus spp. Compared with bacterial keratitis, fungal keratitis is ... «Nature.com, Jul 15»
Home & Garden: Plants need a fiberous diet for root health
Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, Gaeumannomyces, and other soil-inhabiting fungi that are root rot organisms are common to soil. These soil-inhabiting ... «Grand Junction Free Press, Jul 15»
House Appropriations Committee advances FY 2016 ag spending bill
The bill included report language recognizing that fusarium head blight is a major threat to agriculture and indicating the Committee's support ... «High Plains Journal, Jul 15»
Preserving grain quality when harvesting the 2015 wheat crop
As in many seasons, the single biggest concern relates to a disease called Fusarium head scab. While not considered a severe outbreak this ... «agprofessional.com, Jul 15»