By Sabine Fillinger, Yigal Elad
The fungal genus Botrytis is the focal point of extensive clinical examine around the world. The advanced interactions among this pathogen and the crops it infects and the commercial value of the illnesses attributable to Botrytis (principally gray mildew) on greater than 1400 species of cultivated crops pre- and post-harvest, render this pathogen of specific curiosity to farmers, advisers, scholars and researchers in lots of fields all over the world. This 20-chapter ebook is a accomplished treatise protecting the quickly constructing technology of Botrytis and reflecting the main advancements in stories of this fungus. it's going to function a resource of common details for experts in agriculture and horticulture, and likewise for college kids and scientists drawn to the biology of this attention-grabbing, multifaceted phytopathogenic fungal species.
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Mycologia 104:650–658 Mehli L, Kjellsen TD, Dewey FM et al (2005) A case study from the interaction of strawberry and Botrytis cinerea highlights the benefits of co-monitoring both partners at genomic and mRNA level. New Phytol 168:465–474 Meyer U, Dewey FM (2000) Efficacy of different immunogens for raising monoclonal antibodies to Botrytis cinerea. Mycol Res 104:979–987 Meyer U, Spotts RA, Dewey FM (2000) Detection and quantification of Botrytis cinerea by ELISA in Pear Stems During cold storage.
Grant-Downton Nucleic Acid Sequence as a Phylogenetic Analysis Tool in Botrytis Staats et al. (2005) performed the first molecular phylogenetic analysis using isolates of all the recognized species at the time. Although nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS) sequence had been previously used by Holst-Jensen et al. (1998), its utility was restricted to demonstrating that the genus Botrytis was monophyletic and it could not resolve the relationships between species due to limited phylogenetically informative sequence characters.
2010; Zhou et al. 2010). The full extent of Botrytis diversity as endophytic fungi remains unknown. Indeed, the recently identified B. deweyae (Grant-Downton et al. 2014), which causes a disease of emerging spring foliage of cultivated Hemerocallis (daylily), is suspected to have endophytic origins. Its sudden emergence as a pathogen may be in part due to physiological changes in the host as a result of their recent intense selection and in-breeding in cultivation. 5 Dispersal The common method of dispersal of nearly all species of Botrytis is by transmission of conidia in air currents.
Botrytis – the Fungus, the Pathogen and its Management in Agricultural Systems by Sabine Fillinger, Yigal Elad