|49 articles sorted by:|
|• research topics|
|• host plants|
Phytophthora gonapodyides (H.E. Petersen) Buisman 1927
This oomycete is widely distributed and infects various forest and fruit trees, as well as other woody plants, causing stem canker and decline. For example, oak and apple trees can become infected. It produces irregularly branched hyphae and nonpapillate, ovoid sporangia, around 50 µm long.