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Crop and Pasture Science, ISSN 1836-0947, 2016, Volume 67, Issue 2, pp. 216 - 224
Ascochyta blight is an important disease of faba bean (Vicia faba L.). Yield losses can be as high as 90% and losses of 35-40% arc common. The line 2911 is one... 
QTL analysis | Ascochyta fabae | Vicia faba | Faba bean | QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI | Ascochyta Mae | AGRICULTURE, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | CANDIDATE GENE | IDENTIFICATION | PCR-BASED MARKER | GROWTH HABIT | LINKAGE MAPS
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Tetrahedron Letters, ISSN 0040-4039, 11/2012, Volume 53, Issue 47, pp. 6372 - 6375
Fusarimine ( ), a novel polyketide-derived isoquinoline alkaloid with a rare -ethyl-4-methyl-7-carboxyisoquinoline carbon skeleton, was isolated from cultures... 
Isoquinoline alkaloid | Azaphilone | Fusarium sp | Fungal metabolite | ASCOCHYTA-FABAE | METABOLITES | CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC | STRUCTURE ELUCIDATION | CULTURED MYCOBIONT | QUINONE | SPONGE | A-C | AMYGDALARIA-PANAEOLA | DERIVATIVES | Fungi | Metabolites | Alkaloids
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Studies in Mycology, ISSN 0166-0616, 09/2015, Volume 82, Issue 82, pp. 137 - 217
The was established in 2009 to accommodate , and , as well as several related phoma-like genera. The family contains numerous plant pathogenic, saprobic and... 
Phoma | Multi-locus phylogeny | Taxonomy | Ascochyta | Didymella | SMALL CONIDIA | ASCOCHYTA-FABAE | FIELD CROPS | SCIENTIFIC NAMES | SECTION PHOMA | PULSE LEGUMES | COMMON PARASITIC FUNGI | RIBOSOMAL DNA | SP-NOV | MYCOLOGY | MONOGRAPH | Ascomycota | Fungi | Genetic aspects | Identification and classification | E. henningsii (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. viburnicola (Oudem.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. bellidis (Neerg.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. glomerata (Corda) Q. Chen & L. Cai | All. piperis (Tassi) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Research Paper | All. zantedeschiae (Dippen.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. musae (P. Joly) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. maydis (Arny & R.R. Nelson) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. heteroderae (Boerema et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Phomatodesaubrietiae (Moesz) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ca. clematidina (Thüm.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. nigricans (P.R. Johnst. & Boerema) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. aliena (Fr.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. rumicicola (Boerema & Loer.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | H. nobilis (Kabát & Bubák) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Paraboeremia Q. Chen & L. Cai | E. draconis (Berk. ex Cooke) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. dimorpha (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | H. novae-verbascicola (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | X. asphodeli ( E. Müll.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | E. huancayense (Turkenst.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. chenopodii (P. Karst. & Har.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. boeremae (Gruyter) Q. Chen & L. Cai | All. tropica (R. Schneid. & Boerema) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neoa. exitialis (Morini) Q. Chen & L. Cai | No. quercina (Syd.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. rhei (Ellis & Everh.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. sancta (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Epicoccumbrasiliense (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. pinodella (L.K. Jones) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. gardeniae (S. Chandra & Tandon) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ca. clematidis-rectae (Petr.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Didymellaacetosellae (A.L. Sm. & Ramsb.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neodidymelliopsiscannabis (Aa & Boerema) Q. Chen & L. Cai | As. medicaginicola var. macrospora (Boerema et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Pa. selaginellae (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. longicolla (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | X. catariae (Cooke & Ellis) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Calophomaaquilegiicola (M. Petrov) Q. Chen & L. Cai | H. poolensis (Taubenh.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Nothophomaanigozanthi (Tassi) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neoascochytadesmazieri (Cavara) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ascochytaherbicola (Wehm.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neoa. paspali (P.R. Johnst.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. dactylidis (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neoa. graminicola (Punith.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. anserina (Marchal) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Allophomalabilis (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | As. phacae (Corbaz) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Heterophomaadonidis (Moesz) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ascochytamedicaginicola var. medicaginicola Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neoa. europaea (Punith) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neodidymelliopsis Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. coffeae-arabicae (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Nothophoma Q. Chen & L. Cai | Allophomanicaraguensis Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. aurea (Gruyter et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ca. complanata (Tode) Q. Chen & L. Cai | No. arachidis-hypogaeae (V.G. Rao) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. americana (Morgan-Jones & J.F. White) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Phomat. nebulosa (Pers.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Microsphaeropsidaceae Q. Chen, L. Cai & Crous | Neoascochyta Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. molleriana (G. Winter) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. pedeiae (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Paraboeremiaadianticola (Aa & Boerema) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Didymellasenecionicola Q. Chen & L. Cai | As. versabilis (Boerema et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. eucalyptica (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. mascrostoma (Mont.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Xenodidymella Q. Chen & L. Cai | Boeremialilacis (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. protuberans (Lév.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Phomaneerlandica Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. negriana (Thüm.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. microchlamydospora (Aveskamp & Verkley) Q. Chen & L. Cai | As. nigripycnidia (Boerema et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Heterophoma Q. Chen & L. Cai | X. humicola (J.C. Gilman & E.V. Abbott) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Stagonosporopsishelianthi Q. Chen & L. Cai | Pa. putaminum (Speg.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ca. vodakii (E. Müll.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. curtisii (Berk.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | No. gossypiicola (Gruyter) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Phomatodes Q. Chen & L. Cai | Allophoma Q. Chen & L. Cai | H. sylvatica (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | No. infossa (Ellis & Everh.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Xenodidymellaapplanata (Niessl) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ca. glaucii (Brunaud) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. calidophila (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neod. polemonii (Cooke) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Calophoma Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neod. xanthina (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | All. minor (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. subglomerata (Boerema et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. subherbarum (Gruyter et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. pomorum (Thüm.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | E. plurivorum (P.R. Johnst.) Q. Chen & L. Cai
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Field Crops Research, ISSN 0378-4290, 2010, Volume 115, Issue 3, pp. 308 - 318
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Field Crops Research, ISSN 0378-4290, 2010, Volume 115, Issue 3, pp. 297 - 307
Faba bean is a major grain legume widely cultivated in many countries for food and feed purposes. A number of aerial fungi, together with soil-borne pathogens... 
Rust | Cercospora leaf spot | Nematodes | Viruses | Chocolate spot | Ascochyta blight | Downy mildew | Foot and root rot complex | Broomrape | ASCOCHYTA-FABAE | AGRONOMY | BROOMRAPE OROBANCHE-CRENATA | VERTICAL RESISTANCE | BOTRYTIS-FABAE | SCREENING TECHNIQUES | CHOCOLATE SPOT DISEASE | MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA | UROMYCES-VICIAE-FABAE | APHANOMYCES-EUTEICHES | SEASON FOOD LEGUMES
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Plant Pathology, ISSN 0032-0862, 06/2017, Volume 66, Issue 5, pp. 743 - 751
Ray blight disease of pyrethrum (Tanacetum cinerariifolium) is caused by Stagonosporopsis tanaceti, with infected seed being a major means of transmission of... 
Stagonosporopsis tanaceti | histopathology | ray blight | seedling | pyrethrum seed | FIELDS | CHRYSANTHEMUM-CINERARIAEFOLIUM | ASCOCHYTA-FABAE | AUSTRALIA | AGRONOMY | MANAGEMENT | INOCULUM | PLANT SCIENCES | RAY BLIGHT DISEASE | TRANSMISSION | PHOMA-LIGULICOLA | TASMANIA | Incubation | Germination | Mortality | Disintegration | Cortex | Epidermis | Infections | Seed treatments | Tissues | Disease control | Bundles | Seedlings | Bundling | Fungi | Cotyledons | Blight | Emergence | Hyphae | Death | Colonization
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Agricultural and Food Science, ISSN 1459-6067, 06/2018, Volume 27, Issue 2, pp. 110 - 123
Multispecies cropping systems contribute to sustainable agriculture with multiple ecosystem services. Effects of intercropping of organically managed maize and... 
Intercrop | Maize | Leaf spot (botrytis fabae, Ascochyta fabae) | Faba bean | Mineral nutrients | YIELD | AGRICULTURE | faba bean | FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | FACILITATION | maize | BOTRYTIS-FABAE | mineral nutrients | VICIA-FABA | CHICKPEA | leaf spot (Botrytis fabae, Ascochyta fabae) | NUTRIENTS | AGRICULTURE, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | intercrop | SOIL | DIVERSITY | NUTRITION
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Crop Protection, ISSN 0261-2194, 04/2012, Volume 34, pp. 65 - 69
Exogenous applications of salicylic acid (SA) and benzothiadiazole (BTH) solutions have been used in faba bean to induce systemic acquired resistance (SAR) to... 
Salicylic acid | Systemic acquired resistance | Orobanche crenata | Benzothiadiazole | Ascochyta fabae | Uromyces viciae-fabae | Vicia faba | AGRONOMY | GRAIN LEGUMES | FOLIAR | PEA | SCREENING TECHNIQUES | TOBACCO | UROMYCES-VICIAE-FABAE | POWDERY MILDEW | CUCUMBER PLANTS | INFECTION | DISEASE RESISTANCE | Phenols | Legumes | Beans | Disease susceptibility | Mimosaceae | Sustainable agriculture
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Euphytica, ISSN 0014-2336, 1/2006, Volume 147, Issue 1, pp. 67 - 80
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FEMS Microbiology Letters, ISSN 0378-1097, 02/2006, Volume 255, Issue 2, pp. 286 - 295
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Euphytica, ISSN 0014-2336, 9/2006, Volume 151, Issue 1, pp. 49 - 61
Genetics of resistance to Ascochyta fabae Speg. in Vicia faba L. was studied with a final objective to develop resistant faba bean varieties to Ascochyta... 
Life Sciences | genetic | diallel analysis | faba bean | Ecology | Plant Physiology | Ascochyta fabae | Vicia faba | Plant Sciences | resistance | Resistance | Genetic | Diallel analysis | Faba bean | AGRONOMY | BLIGHT | IDENTIFICATION | LINES | PLANT SCIENCES | HORTICULTURE | DISEASE | INFECTION | Genetics | Inbreeding
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Euphytica, ISSN 0014-2336, 4/2001, Volume 118, Issue 3, pp. 331 - 337
Resistance to ascochyta blight of lentil (Lens culinaris Medikus),caused by the fungus Ascochyta lentis, is determined by a single recessive gene, ral 2, in... 
Life Sciences | RAPD | ascochyta blight | SCAR | Ecology | Plant Physiology | Ascochyta fabae | Lens culinaris | lentil | Plant Sciences | linkage map | Lentil | Linkage map | Ascochyta blight | AGRONOMY | IDENTIFICATION | PLANT SCIENCES | HORTICULTURE | DNA | GENETIC-MARKERS | Genetics | Genomics
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by Duc, G
Field Crops Research, ISSN 0378-4290, 1997, Volume 53, Issue 1, pp. 99 - 109
This review underlines the wide genetic variability which has been collected, characterized, and sometimes induced through mutagenesis in Vicia faba L. The... 
Vicia faba L | Hybrids | Plant type | Faba bean | Breeding | Autofertility | Genetics | Seed quality | Resistance to biotic-abiotic stresses | ASCOCHYTA-FABAE | AGRONOMY | plant type | autofertility | MALE-STERILITY | hybrids | CHOCOLATE SPOT | POLYMORPHISM | RAPD MARKERS | GERM PLASM | quality | SEEDS | resistance to biotic-abiotic stresses | NITROGEN-FIXATION | genetics | FIELD BEANS | RESISTANCE | breeding
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