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Phomopsis

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Phomopsis is a genus of ascomycete fungi in the family Valsaceae.[3]

Species

Species include:

Formerly placed here:

Dead-arm infection

One of the species of this genus, Phomopsis viticola, cause a plant disease called Phomopsis or dead-arm. Usually, infections begin during early growth stages in spring. This affects leaves, fruit, rachises, and shoots of a plant.

This disease causes the formation of lesions on shoots, leaves, and rachises, but also can cause fruit rot.

It causes significant economic damage to grape vines.

Another Phomopsis species, P. juniperovora, infects junipers, and is a particularly important pest of seedlings and juvenile plants in the nursery industry.

See also

References

  1. ^ Saccardo, P.A.; Roumeguère, C. 1884. Reliquiae mycologicae Libertianae. IV. Revue Mycologique Toulouse. 6:26-39
  2. ^ a b Sydow, Hans 1932. Novae fungorum species - XXI. Annales Mycologici. 30:91-117
  3. ^ a b "Phomopsis". NCBI taxonomy. Bethesda, MD: National Center for Biotechnology Information. Retrieved 27 June 2018.

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Phomopsis: Brief Summary

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Phomopsis is a genus of ascomycete fungi in the family Valsaceae.

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