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Latent Infection in Avocado Fruit Due to Colletotrichum gloeosporioides
Year:
1972
Source of publication :
Phytopathology
Authors :
שיפמן-נדל, מינה
;
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Volume :
62
Co-Authors:

N. Binyamini

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From page:
592
To page:
594
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Total pages:
3
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Abstract:

The presence of latent fungal infection in avocado fruit was demonstrated by anatomical studies of artificially inoculated fruit that revealed appressoria of the fungus on the fruit while still on the tree and after picking until softening, and by the appearance, during softening, of decay spots on fruit that had been inoculated as much as 3 months prior to harvest, but did not show any signs of rotting at harvest. The germ tube of the fungal spores penetrated the wax layer, forming appressoria. During fruit softening, the appressoria germinated and hyphae penetrated the peel and pulp of fruit. Latent infection can take place at any stage of fruit development. Wounds need not be present for infection to take place.

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Related Files :
Avocado
Colletotrichum
fungi
Persea americana
plant diseases and disorders
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DOI :
10.1094/Phyto-62-592
Article number:
0
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Publication Type:
מאמר
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Language:
אנגלית
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56968
Last updated date:
02/03/2022 17:27
Creation date:
10/11/2021 15:09
Scientific Publication
Latent Infection in Avocado Fruit Due to Colletotrichum gloeosporioides
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N. Binyamini

Latent Infection in Avocado Fruit Due to Colletotrichum gloeosporioides

The presence of latent fungal infection in avocado fruit was demonstrated by anatomical studies of artificially inoculated fruit that revealed appressoria of the fungus on the fruit while still on the tree and after picking until softening, and by the appearance, during softening, of decay spots on fruit that had been inoculated as much as 3 months prior to harvest, but did not show any signs of rotting at harvest. The germ tube of the fungal spores penetrated the wax layer, forming appressoria. During fruit softening, the appressoria germinated and hyphae penetrated the peel and pulp of fruit. Latent infection can take place at any stage of fruit development. Wounds need not be present for infection to take place.

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