2016
DOI: 10.1590/0103-8478cr20150471
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Fusarium oxysporum dispersion by larvae of Cyclocephala modesta, Dyscinetus gagates and Diloboderus abderus in Brazil

Abstract: Fusarium oxysporum dispersion by larvae of Cyclocephala modesta, Dyscinetus gagates and Diloboderus abderus in Brazil.Ciência Rural, v.46, n.6, jun, 2016.

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“…in seed lots is worrying since this fungus is capable of causing the death of seeds and of plants of various species of economic importance (FONSECA-NETO et al, 2016;RAMOS et al, 2014;SALGADO-NETO et al, 2016). Once an area is contaminated with this fungus, its eradication is very difficult -it may remain viable for years in the soil (FONSECA-NETO et al, 2016;SALGADO-NETO et al, 2016). Its presence in a seed lot makes it unviable even when it is present in low levels, due to its high infection potential (RAMOS et al, 2014).…”
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“…in seed lots is worrying since this fungus is capable of causing the death of seeds and of plants of various species of economic importance (FONSECA-NETO et al, 2016;RAMOS et al, 2014;SALGADO-NETO et al, 2016). Once an area is contaminated with this fungus, its eradication is very difficult -it may remain viable for years in the soil (FONSECA-NETO et al, 2016;SALGADO-NETO et al, 2016). Its presence in a seed lot makes it unviable even when it is present in low levels, due to its high infection potential (RAMOS et al, 2014).…”
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“…Similar studies have indicated a symbiotic relationship between F. solani and H. hampei 16 . Larvae of Scarabaiedae such as C. modesta , D. gagates , and D. abderus may spread F. oxysporum inoculum 5 . Fusarium spores are abundant in nature and can be transmitted and dispersed when passing ungerminated through insect alimentary tracts.…”
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“…Insects transmit some plant diseases and can retain the pathogens in the absence of host plants, contributing to the pathogen’s survival 1 . Some microorganisms can multiply, reproduce, and undergo cyclic changes inside an insect vector 1 – 5 .…”
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“…White grubs (C. modesta and D. gagates) have a rhizophagous action that attacks soybean roots and inoculates Fusarium oxysporum Schlechtendahl emend. Snyder and Hansen, 1940 (Hypocreales: Tuberculariaceae) dispersing root rot in soy crops (SALGADO-NETO et al, 2016). The observed differences in the mortality rate are related to the differing periods of the life cycle between the two species.…”
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