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- Colletotrichum acutatum is a plant pathogen. It is the organism that causes the most destructive fungal disease, anthracnose, of lupin species worldwide...
- Fusarium acutatum is a fungus species of the genus Fusarium. Fusarium acutatum can cause gangrenous necrosis on the feet from diabetic patients. Fusarium...
- ****opyrum cymosum (Trevir.) Meisn. Synonyms Coccoloba cymosa Lour. ****opyrum acutatum Mansf. ex K.Hammer ****opyrum chinense Raf. ****opyrum dibotrys (D.Don) H...
- ****opyrum tatari****, cultivated in the Himalayas Tall buckwheat, ****opyrum acutatum, synonym ****opyrum dibotrys, cultivated for medicinal use and as animal...
- species may have a mutualistic relationship with hosts. Colletotrichum acutatum Colletotrichum agaves Colletotrichum alcornii Colletotrichum arachidis...
- antibiotic by the Italian pharmacologist Giuseppe Brotzu in 1948. Acremonium acutatum Acremonium alabamense Acremonium alcalophilum Acremonium alternatum Acremonium...
- abrotaniforme Helichrysum aciculare Helichrysum a****inatum Helichrysum acutatum : Sticky everlasting Helichrysum adenocarpum : Pink everlasting, red everlasting...
- control Prunus & Populus spp. in parts of Europe and Canada Colletotrichum acutatum, to control Silky hakea Colletotrichum gloeosporioides f. sp. aeschynomene:...
- produced. Cinnamomum a****inatifolium Cinnamomum a****inatissimum Cinnamomum acutatum Cinnamomum africanum Cinnamomum aggregatum Cinnamomum alainii Cinnamomum...
- antifungal activity against the plant pathogenic fungi Colletotrichum acutatum and Botryodiplodia theobromae". Trop. Plant Pathol. 36: 3–13. doi:10...
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