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The ability of American and African Colletotrichum isolates to cause coffee berry disease symptoms and the association of some isolates with Glomerella cingulata

by Gielink, A.J; Vermeulen, H.
Publisher: 1983Subject(s): COFFEA ARABICA | COLLETOTRICHUM | GLOMERELLA | ENFERMEDADES FUNGOSAS | INOCULACION | AMERICA LATINA | COLLETOTRICHUM COFFEANUM | GLOMERELLA CINGULATA | COFFEA ARABICA | COLLETOTRICHUM | GLOMERELLA | FUNGAL DISEASES | INOCULATION | LATIN AMERICA | COLLETOTRICHUM COFFEANUM | GLOMERELLA CINGULATA | COFFEA ARABICA | COLLETOTRICHUM | GLOMERELLA | MALADIE FONGIQUE | INOCULATION | AMERIQUE LATINE | COLLETOTRICHUM COFFEANUM | GLOMERELLA CINGULATA In: Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology (Países Bajos) v. 89(4) p. 188-190Summary: Colletotrichum isolates derived from Latin American coffee fruits was tested under laboratory and greenhouse conditions. The results, which were negative, indicate that coffee berry diseases does not occur in the Western Hemisphere. Occasionally, perithecia of Glomerella cingulata were found on material inoculated with Colletotrichum isolates. Further research on this association may lead to a better understanding of the genetic diversity of Colletotrichum coffeanum. (ATA 10(2):50116. 1985)
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Colletotrichum isolates derived from Latin American coffee fruits was tested under laboratory and greenhouse conditions. The results, which were negative, indicate that coffee berry diseases does not occur in the Western Hemisphere. Occasionally, perithecia of Glomerella cingulata were found on material inoculated with Colletotrichum isolates. Further research on this association may lead to a better understanding of the genetic diversity of Colletotrichum coffeanum. (ATA 10(2):50116. 1985)

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