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Studies on Photo-Inhibition and Related Phenomena in the Sporulation of Alternaria Tomato (CKE.) Weber
|Title:||Studies on Photo-Inhibition and Related Phenomena in the Sporulation of Alternaria Tomato (CKE.) Weber|
|Issue Date:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Among the major groups of organisms (bacteria, fungi, nematodes and viruses) causing plant diseases, fungi are by far the most prevalent as pathogens. One characteristic of a successful pathogen is abundant pro duction of viable propagules. Reproduction (sporulation) of fungi whether sexual or asexual results in the production of spores whose minute dimen sions and resistant nature enable far ranging dispersal. Sampling studies have demonstrated the ubiquitous occurrence of fungal spores. Fundamental knowledge of reproductive processes in fungi will contribute to understand ing and eventual control of fungal diseases.|
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