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Podblight of the lima bean caused by Diaporthe phaseolorum

by Leonard Lee Harter

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lima bean -- Diseases and pests.,
  • Diaporthe phaseolorum.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB608.B3 H3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 473-504, 1 l.
    Number of Pages504
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23703819M
    LC Control Number19017321

    Leonard Lee Harter. The pod blight disease of the lima bean (Phaseolus Lunatus), caused by Diaporthe Phaseolorum C. & E. John William Roberts. The source of apple bitter-rot in ections. Arthur William Sampson. Climatic conditions as related to plant growth. and other physiological activities. Harvard University Sidney Fay Blake. Other fungal diseases on lima beans with similar symptoms are B. exigua var. exigua, pod blight caused by Diaporthe phaseolorum, and leaf spots caused by Phyllosticta sp. and Phomasubcircinata. [17] Predators/hosts. The two-spotted spider mites [18] or Tetranychusurticae lay eggs on lima bean leaves. It prefers lima bean plants as host food.

    Periosteal Reaction. The periosteum is a membrane several cell layers thick that covers almost all of every bone. About the only parts not covered by this membrane are the parts covered by cartilage. Podblight of the lima bean caused by Diaporthe phaseolorum, View Metadata. By: Harter, Leonard Lee, Columbus,Ohio state journal book and job office, Holding Institution: Library of Congress. La pomone française; the cause, symptons[!], and treatment of .

    Chris Jones' prize-winning experiment used lima beans to see how food coloring would affect the growth of plants. Design. His hypothesis was that the addition of dye to the water used would cause variations in the growth of the plants and that the differences in their development would be obvious. The materials used were: One Package lima bean. Lab will consist of the use of prior knowledge from lecture. We will have lab every monday and a lab report will be due that Friday. The format for the lab will be the same, except the formal lab report which there is an example of below.


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Podblight of the lima bean caused by Diaporthe phaseolorum by Leonard Lee Harter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title. Podblight of the lima bean caused by Diaporthe phaseolorum, By. Harter, Leonard Lee, Type. Book Material. Podblight of the lima bean caused by Diaporthe phaseolorum Item Preview Podblight of the lima bean caused by Diaporthe phaseolorum by Harter, Leonard Lee, [from old catalog] Publication date This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

Pages: PODBLIGHT OF THE LIMA BEAN CAUSED BY DIAPORTHE PHASEOLORUM ByL. HARTER, Pathologist, Cotton, Truck, and Forage Crop Disease Investigations, Bureau of Plant Ind'ustry, United States Department ofAgriculture INTRODUCTION TheLimabean (Phaseolus lunatus L~),compared with someof the other truck crops, is relatively unimportant from a commercial.

Pod blight in lima bean plants can cause serious losses in yield. What causes this lima bean disease and what methods of control are there for lime bean blight.

Pod blight is caused by the fungus Diaporthe phaseolorum, which overwinters in infested crop detritus and in infected seeds. Spores are transferred to plants via wind or splashed water. Diaporthe phaseolorum var. sojae is a plant pathogen infecting soybean and peanut.

Diaporthe phaseolorum var. sojae is the perfect form of the causal pathogen of pod and stem blight of soybean. It is a fungal ascomycete that commonly infects seeds, pods, stems, and pathogen is also found in its imperfect state, Phomopsis is a common disease of most soybean growing Family: Diaporthaceae.

In Julya severe outbreak of pod and stem blight was observed on lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus) plants grown in the Cameron Highlands, located in Pahang State, Malaysia. Disease incidence varied from 33 to 75% in different fields. Pods and stems exhibited withered, light brown to reddish brown necrotic areas.

Sub-circular and brown lesions were produced on the leaves. Harter (), reported the occurrence of pod blight of Lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus) along the states of Atlantic and Pacific coasts, caused by Diaporthe phaseolorum. The disease symptoms on pod blight of bean and the asexual and sexual morphs described in Harter () are is also similar to the epitype material.

Pod Blight (fungus – Diaporthe phaseolorum): Pod blight of lima beans is first observed as brown pustules of irregular shape on the leaves. Lesions grow to one-fourth to three-fourths of an inch in diameter. During the latter part of the growing season, the fungus spreads to nearby pods, where it causes a pale watery spot.

Diaporthe pod blight Diaporthe phaseolorum (Cooke & Ellis) Sacc. Downy mildew Phytophthora nicotianae Breda de Haan Downy mildew (of lima) Phytophthora phaseoli Thaxt. Entyloma leaf smut Entyloma petuniae Speg.

Floury leaf spot Ramularia phaseoli (D. Drumm.) Deighton Unknown cause Hypocotyl collar rot Calcium deficiency Nutritional disorders. Books All Categories Amazon Devices Amazon Fashion Amazon Global Store Appliances Automotive Parts & Accessories Baby Beauty & Personal Care Books Computer & Accessories Electronics Gift Cards Grocery & Gourmet Food Health, Household & Baby Care Home & Garden Kitchen & Dining Luggage & Travel Gear Musical Instruments Office Products Pet.

phaseolorum, originally associated with stem and leaf blight of Lima bean, was not found to be associated with soybean. A new species, Diaporthe ueckerae on Cucumis melo, is introduced with. A description is provided for Diaporthe phaseolorum. Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts.

HOSTS: On Phaseolus, Phaseolus lunatus, Ipomoea, Glycine, Allium, Arachis, Capsicum, Hibiscus esculentus, Lupinus, Lespedeza, Strophostyles and Vigna. DISEASE: Stem canker, pod and stem blight of soyabean (Glycine max) and. Symptoms of lima bean seedlings caused by fungal isolates of phenogroup VIII.

and pod blight disease following infection with Diaporthe phaseolorum var and pod blight. Other fungal diseases on lima beans with similar symptoms are B. exigua var. exigua, pod blight caused by Diaporthe phaseolorum, and leaf spots caused by Phyllosticta sp.

and Phoma subcircinata. Predators/hosts. The two-spotted spider mites or Tetranychus urticae lay eggs on lima bean leaves. It prefers lima bean plants as host food source over. Diaporthe pod blight, Phomopsis seed decay, Stem canker, Stem blight.

Scientific name. Phomopsis phaseoli (Desm.) Sacc. (teleomorph: Diaporthe phaseolorum (Cooke et Ellis) Sacc.) Significance. Diaporthe pod blight of beans is caused by the fungus Phomopsis phaseoli (Desm.) Sacc.

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Diaporthe spp. are pathogens of many different plant species and cause seed rot, stem cankers, lesions, and pod blight, but in common beans they are simply endophytes. Therefore, it is remarkable that the two isolates of Diaporthe from seedlot of ‘INTA Rojo’ caused severe disease symptoms in common bean seedlings (Fig 4).

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Podblight of the Lima Bean Caused by Diaporthe Phaseolorum. Leonard Lee Harter. 26 Aug Paperback. Podblight of the lima bean caused by Diaporthe phaseolorum. Lee Harter Leonard. 01 Jan Paperback. Diaporthe w, Gattung der Diaporthales. Redaktion Rolf Sauermost (Projektleiter) Doris Freudig (Redakteurin) Erweiterte Redaktion.

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Central Americans consume the green and dried seeds of the scarlet runner bean (Phaseolus coccineus). Lima or butter beans (Phaseolus lunatus) are eaten fresh, canned, or frozen in the United States. Dried lima beans.Legumes (including soybeans and peanuts) are ranked fifth in terms of annual world grain production, at around million metric tons, after wheat, rice, corn, and barley (Table ; cf.

Table ).stage and named it Diaporthe soiae (Lehman, ). Wehmeyer () found no fundamental morphological differences between D. soiae (Lehman) and D. phaseolorum (Cke. and Ell.) (the cause of pod blight of lima bean) and reduced D. soiae to Diaporthe phaseolorum .