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- Alternaria is a genus of Deuteromycetes fungi. Alternaria species are known as major plant pathogens. They are also common allergens in humans, growing...
- Alternaria alternata is a fungus which has been recorded causing leaf spot and other diseases on over 380 host species of plant. It is an opportunistic...
- Alternaria leaf spot or Alternaria leaf blight are a group of fungal diseases in plants, that have a variety of hosts. The diseases infects common garden...
- Alternaria solani is a fungal pathogen that produces a disease in tomato and potato plants called early blight. The pathogen produces distinctive "bullseye"...
- Alternaria br****icicola is a fungal necrotrophic plant pathogen that causes black spot disease on a wide range of hosts, particularly in the genus of Br****ica...
- Alternaria helianthi is a fungal plant pathogen causing a disease in sunflowers known as Alternaria blight of sunflower. Alternaria spp. plant pathogens...
- broken resistances. Alternaria diseases are caused by the organisms Alternaria br****icae, Alternaria br****icicola and Alternaria ****onica. Their English...
- Alternaria dianthi, sometimes known as carnation blight, is a fungal pathogen of the genus Dianthus. Alternaria dianthi infections begin as small circular...
- Alternaria br****icae is a plant pathogen able to infect most Br****ica species including important crops such as broccoli, cabbage and oil seed rape. It...
- Alternaria citri is a fungal plant pathogen. Alternaria citri is an ascomycete fungal plant pathogen that causes black rot in citrus plants. Specifically...