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Species of Penicillium causing decay of stored fruits and vegetables in Israel
Year:
1974
Authors :
ברקאי-גולן, רבקה
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Volume :
54
Co-Authors:
Barkai-Golan, R., Division of Fruit and Vegetable Storage, Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel
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From page:
141
To page:
145
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Total pages:
5
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Abstract:
Penicillia species were isolated from postharvest decays of fruits of pear, apple, grapes, strawberry, melon, pepper, eggplant and tomato, after 3-5 days' shelf-life following cold storage. Penicillium cyclopium was the most common species in storage and was isolated from all fruits except eggplants. Next in frequency were P. expansum, P. puberulum, P. viridicatum and P. brevi-compactum, naturally occurring on various types of stored fruits. P. expansum, P. stecki and P. cyaneo-fulyum showed the highest pathogenic potential, being capable of infecting all inoculated tested fruits. P. cyclopium, P. puberulum, P. viridicatum, P. crustosum and P. granulatum were also among the non-selective species, capable of infecting all fruits except eggplant or pepper. P. citrinum, P. purpurogenum, P. frequentans, P. chrysogenum, P. stolonifer, and P. italicum constitute a category characterized by both limited natural distribution and selective pathogonicity after artificial fruit inoculations. Fruit tissues of pears, grapes and tomatoes were found the most suitable for colonization and development of the Penicillia, whereas those of eggplant and pepper were most resistant to infection. © 1974 Dr. W. Junk B.V.
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DOI :
10.1007/BF02055983
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Publication Type:
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Language:
אנגלית
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31343
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Species of Penicillium causing decay of stored fruits and vegetables in Israel
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Barkai-Golan, R., Division of Fruit and Vegetable Storage, Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel
Species of Penicillium causing decay of stored fruits and vegetables in Israel
Penicillia species were isolated from postharvest decays of fruits of pear, apple, grapes, strawberry, melon, pepper, eggplant and tomato, after 3-5 days' shelf-life following cold storage. Penicillium cyclopium was the most common species in storage and was isolated from all fruits except eggplants. Next in frequency were P. expansum, P. puberulum, P. viridicatum and P. brevi-compactum, naturally occurring on various types of stored fruits. P. expansum, P. stecki and P. cyaneo-fulyum showed the highest pathogenic potential, being capable of infecting all inoculated tested fruits. P. cyclopium, P. puberulum, P. viridicatum, P. crustosum and P. granulatum were also among the non-selective species, capable of infecting all fruits except eggplant or pepper. P. citrinum, P. purpurogenum, P. frequentans, P. chrysogenum, P. stolonifer, and P. italicum constitute a category characterized by both limited natural distribution and selective pathogonicity after artificial fruit inoculations. Fruit tissues of pears, grapes and tomatoes were found the most suitable for colonization and development of the Penicillia, whereas those of eggplant and pepper were most resistant to infection. © 1974 Dr. W. Junk B.V.
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