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Botrytis cinerea, the anamorph of Botryotinia fuckeliana, attacks a wide range of plant
species, causing grey mould on many economically important crops such as vegetables,
ornamentals, herbs, bulbs and fruits. We examined selenate in an effort to obtain genetic
markers suitable for epidemiological and ecological studies of B. cinerea. The major questions
concerned were the rate of inoculum dispersal, the relative contribution of internal and external
inoculum sources to B. cinerea epidemics in greenhouses, and the survival of the fungus. The
objectives of the present study were: (i) to characterize field strains of B. cinerea with respect to
resistance/sensitivity to benzimidazole and dicarboximide fungicides; (ii) to recover and to
characterize selenate-resistant sulfate-non-utilizing mutants; and (iii) to estimate the spreading
and survival of B. cinerea under different climatic conditions using strains marked with
resistance to selenate and fungicides.

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הספר "אוצר וולקני"
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Use of marked strains for study Botrytis cinerea spreading and survival

Botrytis cinerea, the anamorph of Botryotinia fuckeliana, attacks a wide range of plant
species, causing grey mould on many economically important crops such as vegetables,
ornamentals, herbs, bulbs and fruits. We examined selenate in an effort to obtain genetic
markers suitable for epidemiological and ecological studies of B. cinerea. The major questions
concerned were the rate of inoculum dispersal, the relative contribution of internal and external
inoculum sources to B. cinerea epidemics in greenhouses, and the survival of the fungus. The
objectives of the present study were: (i) to characterize field strains of B. cinerea with respect to
resistance/sensitivity to benzimidazole and dicarboximide fungicides; (ii) to recover and to
characterize selenate-resistant sulfate-non-utilizing mutants; and (iii) to estimate the spreading
and survival of B. cinerea under different climatic conditions using strains marked with
resistance to selenate and fungicides.

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