Phoma

Phoma

(fō'mă),
A genus of rapidly growing fungi that are common laboratory contaminants and common plant pathogens; rare cause of infection in immunosuppressed patients.

Phoma

A genus of aeroallergenic fungi of the family Deuteromycetes, which may induce a specific form of hypersensitivity pneumonitis (shower-curtain disease).
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Most commonly fungal pathogens involved in causing necrotic spots are Alternaria, Phoma, Phomopsis, Edenia, Cercospora, Colletotrichum (anthracnose) and Myrothecium.
Response of different intermediate-day onion hybrids to natural infestation by Phoma terrestris and Fusarium oxysporum f.
2012b), and 'Maradol' and 'Sao Mateus', together with 'JS12-N', also reduced the severity of phoma spot (VIVAS et al.
Fertilizantes foliares no manejo da mancha de phoma do cafeeiro.
En ramas Sphaceloma mangifera, Colletotrichum gloeosporioide presentaron los mas altos porcentajes de ocurrencia seguidos de Pestalotiopsis mangiferae y Phoma mangifera (Cuadro 1).
Other constituents included members of the Ascomycota, Aspergillus, Epicoccum, and Phoma taxae.