Studies on the effects of benomy I on sensitive and tolerant isolates of botrytis cinerea.
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Studies on the effects of benomy I on sensitive and tolerant isolates of botrytis cinerea. by Ahmed El-Motasim Mohamed Abdel Rahman

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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M.Phil thesis. Typescript.

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Pagination77p.
Number of Pages77
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  In , a field survey revealed a widespread occurrence of benomyl tolerance in Botrytis cinerea. When young mycelium discs were transferred to media with different benomyl concentrations, various tolerance groups could be distinguished. Cultures obtained by hyphal tip isolations from these isolates and replicated by means of a multipin replicator showed only two types of response: inhibition Cited by: 3. Abstract. A benomyl-resistant strain (R) ofBotrytis cinerea was isolated from cyclamen that had been sprayed with relatively high doses of Benlate two weeks before. In vitro mycelial growth of this strain was less inhibited on PDA containing μg/ml benomyl (Benlate, 50% W.P.) than that of another, wild isolate ofB. cinerea from cyclamen on PDA with μg/ml of the by: Stability of benomyl homologues and their efficacy against sensitive and benomyl-resistant Botrytis cinerea. Methicillin Sensitive Staphylococcus aureus (MSSA) accounted % of total isolates, whereas MRSA accounted % of all isolates. There are only % of Gram negative organisms isolated among all positive cultures Group A β-haemolytic Streptococci are still sensitive to penicillin and cephalexin. Oral phenoxymethylpenicillin.

Population Biology Identification and Characterization of Benomyl-Resistant and -Sensitive Populations of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides from Statice (Limonium spp.) Marcel Maymon, Aida Zveibil, Shimon Pivonia, Dror Minz, and Stanley Freeman First, second, and fifth authors: Department of Plant Pathology, and fourth author: Institute of Soil, Water, and Environmental Sciences, ARO, The Volcani. Isolate P is more sensitive to benomyl than the isolate P (Fig. 1). Increasing the Table 1. Comparison of the inhibitory activity of benomyl on mycelial radial growth of two isolates of Phytophthora infestans grown on solid potato dextrose by: 1. Botrytis Rot 50g Apply two sprays. Commence during full flower and repeat at pea size. In the case of table grapes continue with a suitable dusting treatment. The BENOMYL treatment will suppress Botrytis-rot. TOBACCO SEEDLINGS Black root rotFile Size: KB. All isolates of C. acutatum, however, were tolerant of benomy!. Mean radial growth of all isolates tested were 2'98, 1'69, 1'29, 0'95 and 02 ern at 0, 1, 10, and flg benomyl ml r! after 9 days. The estimated LD50 for conidial germination of C. acutatum was in excess of flg ml " benomy!.Cited by: 8.

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