Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 1044 (Scandiani et al.)

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M. Scandiani, D. Ruberti, K. O'Donnell, T. Aoki, R. Pioli, L. Giorda, A. Luque and M. Biasoli (2004)
Recent outbreak of soybean sudden death syndrome caused by Fusarium virguliforme and F. tucumaniae in Argentina
Plant Disease 88 (9), 1044-1044
Abstract: Sudden death syndrome of soybean has been observed in Argentina since 1992 and attributed to Fusarium solani f. sp. glycines since 2003. Eight isolates of soybean sudden death syndrome were examined with phylogenetic analyses and pathogenicity tests. Morphological analyses demonstrated that three of the isolates were F. virguliforme and five were F. tucumaniae. Pathogenicity of all 8 isolates was demonstrated by inoculation and re-isolation and they all produced sudden death symptoms.
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Database assignments for author(s): Takayuki Aoki

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population dynamics/ epidemiology


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