oidium


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o·id·i·um

, pl.

o·id·i·a

(ō-id'ē-ŭm, ō-id'ē-ă),
Formerly used term for arthroconidium.
[Mod. L. dim. of G. ōon, egg]

oidium

(ō-ĭd′ē-əm)
n. pl. oid·ia (-ē-ə)
1. A thin-walled spore produced asexually by fragmentation in certain filamentous fungi.
2. Any of various fungi that cause powdery mildew.

oidium

Uncertain;an obsolete genus of pathogenic fungi that have been reclassified under various other genera.
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Se encontro que Oidium mangiferae estaba ocasionando mildiu polvoriento con mayor proporcion en el cultivar Kent.
MCPL-461) India [5] Curvularia lunata India [68] Curvularia palesens India [69] Curvularia verruculsa India [69] Dreshlera australiensis India [69] Dreshlera hawaiiensis India [69] Erysiphe cichoracearum India [56] Exerohilum rostratum Mexico [70] Fusarium semitectum Mexico [70] Fusarium oxysporum India [71] Fusarium pallidoroseum India [58] Fusarium solani India [71] Lasiodiplodia theobromae India [72] Myrothecium roridum India [73] Oidium parthenii India [57] Phoma sorghina India [74] Rhizoctonia solani India [75] Sclerotinia sclerotiorum India [76, 77] Sclerotium rolfsii India [78] Sphaerotheca fuliginea India [79] Syncephalastrum racemosum India [69]
A partir da observacao das caracteristicas visuais de injuria pela infeccao por Oidium heveae, nos clones de Hevea brasiliensis RRIM600, GT1 e PR255, nao foram detectados sinais de clorose, bem como de enrugamento dos foliolos durante o periodo de ate 192 horas de infeccao.
Em revisao realizada por VOOGT & SONNEVELD (2001), sobre a aplicacao de Si em plantas ornamentais, ha relatos da reducao da toxidez por Mn em poinsettia e reducao da severidade causada por Oidium saintpauliae em violetas.
La enfermedad mas importante es el oidio, Oidium ceratoniae Comes, y la podredumbre de la madera Polyporus sulphureus (Bull.
Shortly afterward he discovered Oidium albicans (Monilia albicans, which is now known as Candida albicans), the cause of thrush in infants.
That is, until phylloxera and oidium destroyed most vineyards on the Portugese island at the turn of the twentieth century.
First reports of the fungus oidium, or powdery mildew, were made around 1819; by the mid 1800s, it was widespread.
Further complicating the lives of vintners in the 1800s was the introduction of the fungus powdery mildew, also known as oidium, as well as phylloxera.