Verticillium


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Verticillium

(ver'ti-sil'ē-ŭm),
A genus of hyphomycetous fungi often found in clinical specimens as contaminants. They are occasionally found in the meatus in cases of otitis externa, but are of doubtful pathogenicity.
[L. verticillus, the whirl of a spindle]
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The authors have reported that they have selected 12 (for use in subsequent breeding programs) somatic hybrid plants which have been detected as resistant to Verticillium. Nevertheless, to our knowledge, no commercial eggplant cultivars that were produced by somatic hybridization of these species are known.
Fungusbenzimidazole interactions: a prerequisite to deploying egg-parasitic fungi Paecilomyces lilacinus and Verticillium chlamydosporium as biocontrol agents against fascioliasis and amphistomiasis in ruminant livestock.
Effects of fungal culture filtrates of Verticillium lecanii (Lecanicillium spp.) hybrid strains on Heterodera glycine eggs and juveniles.
The objective was the identification of new biological control agents against Verticillium wilt of eggplant in China.
canariensis (Foc), or Verticillium dahliae (Vd) which were provided by Laboratory LPGLI of INRA Marrakech, Morocco (Centre Regional de Recherche Agronomique), and maintained in Czapek medium, were disposed in the middle of the Petri dishes.
The effect of bio-organic fertilizer (BOF) on the number of soil microorganism, microbial metabolic activity and disease index of verticillium wilt in three cotton growing seasons were evaluated.
Classic: In our reader survey, the top tomato of any type was dependable 'Roma VF.' Originally released as 'Roma with resistance to fusarium wilt in 1956, breeders improved the variety in 1963 by adding resistance to verticillium wilt.
Among fungal diseases, Verticillium wilt of mango was first reported in Florida [23].
Verticillium chlamydosporium Goddard) e um parasita facultativo de ovos de nematoides e tem sido comumente estudado como agente de controle biologico do nematoide das galhas e de cistos (HIDALGO-DIAZ et al., 2000; KERRY & BOURNE, 2002; LOPES et al., 2007; DALLEMOLE-GIARETTA et al., 2012).
1.5 -- -- -- Fusarium solani -- -- -- -- Verticillium sp.