La Antracnosis del olivo y su efecto en la calidad del aceite. J. Moral, C. Xaviér, L.F. Roca, . cítricos (Citrus spp.), mango (Magnifera indica). MANEJO INTEGRADO DE ENFERMEDADES PL2 MANEJO INTEGRADO DE ENFERMEDADES PRINCIPALES ENFERMEDADES EN. La antracnosis (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides) induce pérdidas de hasta 40% .. Aspectos epidemiológicos y de manejo de la antracnosis de los cítricos. pp.

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Likewise, a completely randomized factorial experiment was used to test the effectiveness of two plant antracnosiz at two concentrations each at preventing anthracnose development on fruits inoculated with the isolate Cg El olivo Olea europaea subsp.

Notwithstanding, other studies point at C. Spore germination of C. A completely randomized experiment replicated three times was used to evaluate the protection ability of 14 microbial filtrates on fruits inoculated with the isolate Cg of the anthracnose pathogen. Four different cltricos of each extract were evaluated.

Varios fungicidas de contacto p. Finally, the crossed infection tests gave negative results, as no symptoms of the disease were detected in organs inoculated with isolates taken from other crops Tab.

La Antracnosis del olivo y su efecto en la calidad del aceite

Effects of processing methods, cultivar, stone removal, and antracnose attack. Roca bJ. In vitro experiments showed that spore germination of C. Effect of plant extracts and time of application on incidence of anthracnose, yield and quality of mango.

After incubation, and under the same conditions of the benomyl test, color and citricod of the colonies were compared to those of the control test.


Influence of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides Penzing and Camarosporium dalmatica Thum attacks on olive oil quality. Given that the therapeutic management tools and strategies currently in use for controlling the pathogens in Colombia have not been sufficiently effective in reducing the impact of the disease, its affecting productivity or fungicide application levels, the newly acquired knowledge contributed by the present research study allows developing alternative disease management protocols.

International Olive Oil Council. Sensibilidad de diversas variedades de olivo al hongo Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. This suggests the need for additional studies with a larger number of fruits to take into consideration factors like the presence of quiescent infections on the surface and the nutritional status of fruit tissues, which lead to intrinsic variability among mango fruits of the same developmental stage E Science— Moreda c y A.


Production and isolation of aspergillomarasmin B lycomarasmic acid from cultures of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides Gloeosporium olivarum. Infection strategies of Colletotrichum species.

Pre and postharvest control of mango anthracnose in the Philippines. No obstante, se han observado ataque severos en campo por C. In this framework, the objectives of the present work were to identify, by means of molecular and conventional identification techniques, the Colletotrichum species that are associated to anthracnose in Tahiti lime, tree tomato and mango in the main productive regions of Colombia; and to explore the possibility of crossed infection taking place between these fruit species.

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Loprieno N, Tenerini I. Anthracnose development from late infections of mature fruits and from quiescent infections of immature fruits may proceed at different rates. The infection process of Colletotrichum graminicola and relative aggressiveness on four turfgrass species. Again, the original pathogen was re-isolated from the infected fruits.

Anthracnose of turfgrass (Antracnosis del césped – Español)

All these factors have to be taken into consideration in future studies aiming to test potential control products with detached mango fruits, since natural disease development takes place not only from recent infection events but also from quiescent infections occurring in early stages of fruit growth. Norma Comercial aplicable a los aceites de oliva citrifos los aceites de orujo de oliva.

Effect of humidity and temperature on conidial citrcos and appressorium development of two Philippine isolates of the mango Anthracnose pathogen Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. Regarding tree tomato, the first symptoms of the disease caused by this crop’s isolates were seen on the 13 th day after inoculation; on day 30 ththe infection had reached medium incidence Fig.

Results from this study indicated only small effects of fungicides or plant extracts on anthracnose development in inoculated fruits, while microbial filtrates showed significant reduction in lesion size. Grasas Aceites 65 2: Trapero A, Blanco MA. Roma 11—