La Antracnosis del olivo y su efecto en la calidad del aceite. J. Moral, C. Xaviér, L.F. Roca, . cítricos (Citrus spp.), mango (Magnifera indica). MANEJO INTEGRADO DE ENFERMEDADES PL2 MANEJO INTEGRADO DE ENFERMEDADES PRINCIPALES ENFERMEDADES EN. La antracnosis (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides) induce pérdidas de hasta 40% .. Aspectos epidemiológicos y de manejo de la antracnosis de los cítricos. pp.

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A mediados de los 80’s, C. Biological activity of fungicides. Among the plant extracts, Desfan and Ecoswing had significant dose effects on mycelium growth of the pathogen, with higher effects at the highest dose as detected in the colony growth tests.

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Rahman M, Punja ZK. Both species can be found in citrus, but only C.

Biocontrol mechanisms of Trichoderma strains. Four different concentrations of each extract were evaluated.

Variazioni in ceppi di Gloeosporium olivarum Alm. Genetic variation among Colletotrichum graminicola isolates from four hosts using isozyme analysis.

The analysis of conidial morphology showed that one single colony may contain two different types of spores. Mycelium from such cultures was macerated for DNA extraction and purification, which followed the method proposed by Kelemu et al.

En fitricos realizados entre —, Talhinhas et al. Disease cycle approach to plant disease prediction. Bibliografia seleccionada Backman, P. Olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae is a vector of Colletotrichum sp. Once in the laboratory, petals were chosen to be disinfected in a 0. Colony growth of C. Biodiversity, epidemiology and virulence of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides.


However, the morphology of Colletotrichum colonies varies within and among groups, depending on culture medium, substrate and temperature, among other factors Contreras, Resistencia del acebuche a la Antracnosis del olivo causada por Antracnodis spp.

Once solidified, 5-mm disks of PDA with actively growing mycelium of either isolate of C. Las conidias son hialinas claracon forma de media luna y unicelulares Figura Conglomerate data analysis of these features showed great variability. Pre and postharvest control of mango anthracnose in the Philippines. Olivicoltura 91—5.

En condiciones controladas, la resistencia del olivo a Colletotrichum spp. Presenza di Gloeosporium olivarum Alm. Bacterial leaf scorch BLS of shade trees.

Therefore, data from plant extract experiments are presented as general treatment means of plant extracts.

Effect of olive fruit fly infestation on the quality of olive oil from Chemlali cultivar during ripening. Por lo que cabe esperar que la incidencia de Colletotrichum spp. Benaki5— Evaluation of fungicidal resistance among Colletotrichum gloeosporioides isolates causing mango anthracnose in Agri Export Zone of Andhra Pradesh, India.

Following incubation, microbial biomass was separated by Filtration through cheesecloth, centrifugation g, 20 min and filtration through millipore membrane filters 0.


Several varieties of mango Mangifera indicaL. For the original host infection tests, a completely random experimental design was applied to measure anthracnose symptom manifestation. The Anthracnose, caused by the two complex fungal species Colletotrichum acutatum and C. Kew Bulletin 5791— No obstante, se han observado ataque severos en campo por C. All microbial filtrates, most fungicides and two plant extracts Tabs. Triacylglycerols composition and volatile compounds of virgin olive oil from cv.

Olive germplasm Olea europaea L. Length and width of each conidia were additionally measured.

La Antracnosis del olivo y su efecto en la calidad del aceite

Glomerella cingulata Stoneman Spaulding et V. Zohary D, Spiegel-Roy P. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 3: Two single spore isolates Cg and Cgobtained from “Hilacha” mango fruits harvested in Coello Tolima, Colombia and identified as C. Anthracnose development from late antracnoss of mature fruits and from quiescent infections of immature fruits may proceed at different rates. Infection strategies of Colletotrichum species.

Effect of plant extracts and time of application on incidence of anthracnose, yield and quality of mango.