Volume 13 - 2023
10. Characterization of infection patterns of common bean rust (Uromyces appendiculatus) under different management practices
Bhandari S, Srivastava A (2023)
8. Validation of a generic model for predicting garlic rust
Mallmann G et al. (2023)
6. First report of Pyrrhoderma noxium from rice in northern Thailand
Absalan S et al. (2023)
5. Biological characteristics of Diplodia sapinea f. sp. cupressi infecting Cupressus sempervirens L. in Tunisia
Hlaiem S, Ben Jamâa ML (2023)
4. Chemical control of Septoria lycopersici in vitro as first screening for fungicide efficacy studies
Monteiro FP et al. (2023)
3. Grain mould fungi of sorghum caryopses in Benishangul Gumuz, Ethiopia
Kebede M et al. (2023)
2. Distribution of foliicolous fungi in diverse forest types of Maharashtra State of India
Dubey R, Pandey AD (2023)
Volume 4 - 2014 - Issue 2
Authors: Gautam AK
Recieved: 21 February 2014, Accepted: 24 February 2016, Published: 31 December 1969
Fusicladium ahmadii on Pyrus pashia collected from Himachal Pradesh, India is illustrated and described in the present paper with special notes on its morphology and taxonomy. The description of fungus is given along with images of conidiogenous cells and conidia. As per literature consulted, this is the first report of Fusicladium ahmadii from India and probably second from world.
Keywords: Fusicladium ahmadii –hyphomycetes – Himachal Pradesh – India – new record –Pyrus pashia
Authors: Pavan H, Swaroopsingh G, Ravishankar P
Recieved: 28 March 2014, Accepted: 02 May 2014, Published: 05 September 2014
The rust was recorded for the first time on Mucuna sanjappae Aitawade & S. R. Yadav. Present paper reports M. sanjappae as new host record for Uromyces mucunae Rabenh.
Keywords: Mucuna sanjappae, new host record, rust, Uromyces mucuna
3. Molecular and Morphological Identification of Xiphinema hunaniense on the Juniperus chinensis Imported from Thailand
Authors: Long H, Ling XY, Li FR, Li YN, Zheng Y
Recieved: 12 December 2013, Accepted: 19 December 2013, Published: 25 September 2014
A population of was collected from the roots of Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis). The and morphometrical traits of the collected females were in agreement with these of describedin the original references, except for a few differences, such as the tail length and “c ” ratio. The sequences searching and alignment and phylogenetic analysis, which were based on the DNA sequence of D2-D3 expansion regions of 28S rDNA gene, further suggested that the species of this isolated nematode is. hunaniense. In China, it is the first time that X. hunaniense was intercepted from this new host imported from Tailand.
Keywords: Alien nematode – Xiphinema hunaniense– Chinese juniper– morphology– phylogenetic analysis
Authors: Singh B, Chand D, Maurya AK, Sharma R and Agarwal PC
Recieved: 16 August 2014, Accepted: 16 August 2014, Published: 30 November 2014
National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR) New Delhi is the nodal agency for introduction of exotic germplasm including transgenics for research purpose in India. A range of transgenic crops have been developed across the world which are either herbicide-tolerant or insect resistant, or tolerant to drought/ stress or offering nutritional benefits, etc. India is also undertaking research in developing transgenics in different crops. During 2006-2013, a total of 4557 transgenic seed samples of various crops were introduced from different countries. Seed health testing of these samples for quarantine clearance resulted in the detection of eight pathogenic fungi viz., Alternaria padwickii in Oryza sativa; Bipolaris maydis in Zea mays; B. oryzae and B. sorokiniana in O. sativa; Fusarium verticillioides in Arabidopsis thaliana, Brassica spp., Gossypium hirsutum, Solanum esculentum, O. sativa and Z. mays; F. oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum in G. hirsutum; Phoma sorghinain O. sativa and Arabidopsis thaliana; Rhizoctonia solani inO. sativa andZea mays. All the 740 samples found infected were salvaged before their release to the indentors.
Keywords: biosecurity–exotic pathogenic fungi – quarantine – seed health
Authors: Thite SV, Kore BA
Recieved: 05 September 2014, Accepted: 18 September 2014, Published: 30 November 2014
In January 2014, leaves of Polyscias cumingiana (=P. crispata)with typical symptoms of powdery mildew were collected in the Botanical garden of Yashavantrao Chavan Institute of Science, Satara (MS), India. Based on its morphological characters, the pathogen was identified as Pseudoidiumsp.(Erysiphe sp.). This is the first report of powdery mildew on P. cumingiana in India.
Keywords: Erysiphales – Erysiphe sp. – Araliaceae – Asia