Influence of Connecticut temperatures on the relative pathogenicity of Maine and Connecticut verticillium isolates View Full Text


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1962-07

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L. V. Edgington

ABSTRACT

The differential influence of temperature on growth of microsclerotial (M) and dark mycelial (D) types ofVerticillium albo-atrum Reinke and Berth is evidently responsible for the predominance of the M type in Connecticut. The D type, typical of Maine and other northern regions, is repressed in growth by temperatures of 83 F. No disease resulted from inoculation with a typical D isolate in the Connecticut field, whereas plants inoculated with an M isolate, typical of Connecticut, were sufficiently diseased to cause a significant reduction in yield. The temperatures in July and August, particularly the average maximum temperatures of 80 F to 85 F, apparently prevent the D type from causing disease in Connecticut. More... »

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261-265

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