DOI: 10.11606/t.11.2018.tde-06042018-155130
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Abstract: Aetiology and epidemiology of grapevine anthracnose Grapevine anthracnose is an important disease, responsible for severe yield losses in humid regions around the world. This study aimed to: i: identify the causal agents of grapevine anthracnose in Brazil; ii: characterize Elsinoë ampelina isolates from Brazil and Australia by means of phylogenetic analyses, morphological features and pathogenicity tests; iii: develop an efficient method for conidial production of E. ampelina; iv: develop and validate a standa… Show more

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“…For both pathogenicity tests, the number of lesions per leaf was rated visually and leaf disease severity was quantified based on the percentage of leaf area covered by lesions using a standard area diagram set (Santos, ). Reisolations were performed by incubating symptomatic tissue fragments on PDA at 25°C for 3 weeks, and the pathogen was identified based on cultural and morphological features (Sompong et al., ).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For both pathogenicity tests, the number of lesions per leaf was rated visually and leaf disease severity was quantified based on the percentage of leaf area covered by lesions using a standard area diagram set (Santos, ). Reisolations were performed by incubating symptomatic tissue fragments on PDA at 25°C for 3 weeks, and the pathogen was identified based on cultural and morphological features (Sompong et al., ).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%