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Botrytis Cinerea

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Botrytis Cinerea
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    • Botrytis cinerea (anamorph of Botryotinia fuckeliana) is a filamentous ascomycete that causes grey mould on grapevine...

    Catherine Albertiniet al. A Botrytis cinerea Putative 3-keto Reductase Gene ( ERG27 ) that is Ho...

    • Botrytis cinerea is an ubiquitous pathogen which causes severe losses in many fruit, vegetable and ornamental crops. The pathogen infects leaves, stems, flowers and fruits. The complexity of diseases caused by B. cinerea in greenhouses makes this pathogen one of the most important diseases of vegetable crops in greenhouse in many countries. In general, epidemics occur in cool and humid conditions, which favour infection and may also predispose the host to become susceptible...

    Yigal Eladet al. Botrytis cinerea in greenhouse vegetables: chemical, cultural, physiol...

    • Botrytis cinerea is a non-specific necrotrophic pathogen that attacks more than 200 plant species. In contrast to biotrophs, the necrotrophs obtain their nutrients by first killing the host cells. Many studies have shown that infection of plants by necrosis-causing pathogens induces a systemic acquired resistance (SAR), which provides protection against successive infections by a range of pathogenic organisms...

    Eri. M. Govrinet al. Infection of Arabidopsis with a necrotrophic pathogen, Botrytis cinere...

    • Botrytis cinerea is a mold responsible for fruit rot in many fruit plants. Grapes are susceptible to this fungus. Generally it causes bunch rot commonly known as botrytis rot or grey rot. It also creates conditions favorable for the growth of other spoilage organisms. Botrytis and a mix of other microorganisms including yeast, mold, and bacteria are involved in miscellaneous fruit rots. Under certain ideal microclimatic conditions the fungus causes noble rot, which is responsible for the production of some of the world's finest sweet white wines...

    Murli Dharmadhikari. Botrytis cinerea in Winemaking

    • Botrytis cinerea is a ubiquitous fungus capable of infecting a wide range of plants, fruits, and ornamentals at any stage of their development (15, 30)...

    A. Giotiet al. A Botrytis cinerea Emopamil Binding Domain Protein, Required for Full ...

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