brown rot


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brown rot

any fungal or bacterial disease of plants where browning and tissue decay occur.
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the biotechnological process of bioincising is a promising approach for improving the uptake of preservatives and wood-modification substances by refractory wood due to the degradation of bordered pits by the white-rot fungi [12,14] Traditionally, wood decomposition by fungi is usually classified into three categories based on micro-morphological and chemical characteristics of decay resulting in different patterns of degradation of the cell wall: soft rot, brown rot and white rot [6,7,13-14].
Specimens of the nondurable wood of Mexican aile (Alnus acuminata) were used as reference to verify the respective white and brown rot fungi's capacity of degrading wood.
Many of the fallen apples are infected with a fungal infection known as brown rot of apples.
He is studying chemical cues or signals that help plants recognize harmful microorganisms such as Pseudomonas solanacearum, a soilborne bacterium that causes brown rot disease in potato crops.
Letter of Announcement: Sample preparation of potato tubers for accredited analysis of light and brown rot and Dickey solani in potato.
Brown rot then spreads to the stems and a grey mould is evident at ground level.
Strength tests on acetylated flakeboards exposed to a brown rot fungus.
Be sure to remove any dead or rotten wood, including spurs with fruit, or brown rot infection.
The UK is expected to receive some 27,000 tonnes, although health inspectors will still be keeping a sharp eye out for brown rot which curtailed shipments last year.
ADRIENNE SAYS: They have been affected by a fungal disease called brown rot.
Brown rot can affect many fruits in the garden but is often worst on apples.