Studies on Photo-Inhibition and Related Phenomena in the Sporulation of Alternaria Tomato (CKE.) Weber

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2014-01-15
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Maeda, Karen
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University of Hawaii at Manoa
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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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