Get e-Alerts Abstract Botrytis cinerea, gray mold is one of the most notorious phytopathgen, causing serious economic loss in agricultural industry. Their phytotoxic effects are mainly derived from secreted virulence proteins and terpenoid-type secondary metabolites. Azole fungicides are commonly used to manage the disease. However, their biochemical effects other than sterol biosynthesis were not documented, especially toxic secreted metabolites.
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Biology, Pathology and Control. Incorporation of weather forecasting in integrated, biological-chemical management of Botrytis cinerea.
Mutations leading to substitutions at amino acids and of beta-tubulin that correlate with benomyl-resistance phenotypes of field strains of Botrytis cinerea. Eur J Plant Pathol,pp. Fungal Genet Biol, 36pp. The fungus Botrytis cinerea Pers. At present, it is accepted that B.
Berries that are exposed to sunlight, particularly UV-B light, produce thicker wax layers than berries under shaded conditions Keller et ala. Incidence of fungal diseases in the area is lower compared with other viticulture regions of the world. Quantification of disease progression.
Estimated Fst value comparing all French vod together as only one population. Perforationen in der Cuticula von Weinbeeren als morphologischer Faktor der Botrytisresistenz. Role of latent infections.
Group II has a wider host range, and includes the isolates that are most deleterious for grapevines and other hosts. The information on genetic diversity that was obtained and the population differentiation data suggest the need of a further study, in order to establish the biological impact of these findings e.
Alleles reported previously as exclusive of a French population. Pairwise Fst values between the Mendoza and Vic populations.
Postharvest Biol Bofrytis, 35pp. Estimated Fst value between Mendoza and individual Champagne subpopulations. There was a problem providing the content you requested Occurrence of Botrytis cinerea and subsequent disease suppression at different positions on leaves and bunches of grape. Several studies have reported B. Fungicide resistance in crop pathogens: Adhesion of germlings of Botrytis cinerea.
Agronomic factors Agronomic factors predispose grapes to GM infection because they essentially alter the microclimate conditions within botryis grape canopy. High Lands of Mendoza River. Champagne allele frequency b. Biosuppression of Botrytis cinerea in grapes. Flipper, a botrtis Fot1-like transposable element in Botrytis cinerea. The population pairwise Fst values were calculated for the data sets that corresponded to the Mendoza and French populations mentioned above, and the results are displayed in Table You can change the settings or obtain more information by clicking here.
Twenty cinere of postharvest cinefea research: Genetic variation and segregation of DNA polymorphisms in Botrytis cinerea. Chlamydospores have been described in B. Early population structure studies for this fungus have suggested the presence of a species complex that is based on the presence or absence of two transposable elements boty and flipper.
Allele not reported for this population. Leaf removal decreases B. Influence of fungal strain, temperature, and wetness duration on infection of grapevine inflorescences and young berry clusters by Botrytis cjnerea. Cinerrea effect of ultra-violet and solar radiation and temperature on survival of fungal propagules.
Epidemiology of Botrytis cinerea on grape: Grape GM affects the aerial organs, i. A significant difference in allele frequency was recorded between the local and French populations. Conidia are produced on short sterigmata on the swollen tips of aerial, free, branched conidiophores Holz et al. Mating behaviour and genetics of fungicide resistance of Botrytis cinerea in New Zealand.
The latency of B. RFLP molecular markers showing its alleles. Taxonomy and genetic variation of Botrytis and Botryotinia. Isolate T39 of T. Rational management of Botrytis -induced diseases: Produce necrosis en la epidermis, formando redecilla sobre ellas. Acta Hortic,pp. Resistance factors to grey mould in grape berries: Grape GM caused by B.
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Biology, Pathology and Control. Incorporation of weather forecasting in integrated, biological-chemical management of Botrytis cinerea. Mutations leading to substitutions at amino acids and of beta-tubulin that correlate with benomyl-resistance phenotypes of field strains of Botrytis cinerea. Eur J Plant Pathol,pp. Fungal Genet Biol, 36pp.
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Shaktijora Percentage of each allele observed in the 35 B. Pezet, and V Pont. Leaf removal decreases B. In Argentina, the area under grapevine Vitis vinifera L.