Podosphaera fusca

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Podosphaera fusca
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Leaf damage from P. fusca
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Phylum: Ascomycota
Class: Leotiomycetes
Subclass: Leotiomycetidae
Order: Erysiphales
Family: Erysiphaceae
Genus: Podosphaera
Species: P. fusca
Binomial name
Podosphaera fusca
(Fr.) U. Braun & Shishkoff, (2000)
Synonyms

Erysiphe erigerontis-canadensis Lév., (1843)
Erysiphe fusca Fr., (1829)
Sphaerotheca elsholtziae Z.Y. Zhao, (1981)
Sphaerotheca erigerontis-canadensis (Lév.) L. Junell, (1966)
Sphaerotheca fusca (Fr.) S. Blumer, (1933)
Sphaerotheca melampyri L. Junell, (1966)
Sphaerotheca phtheirospermi Henn. & Shirai, (1900)

Podosphaera fusca is a fungus that parasitically infects plants (a phytopathogen). It is one cause of powdery mildew in melons and gourds.[1]

Some sources suggest that P. fusca should be considered synonymous with P. xanthii,[1] while others maintain they are separate species in the Magnicellulata subsection of the Sphaerotheca section of the Podosphaera genus, as of 2011, based on the size of chasmothecia, and on the thin-walled portion of the asci (oculus).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Pérez-García, A.; Romero, D.; Fernández-Ortuño, D.; López-Ruiz, F.; De Vicente, A.; Torés Montosa, Juan Antonio (March 2009). "The powdery mildew fungus Podosphaera fusca (synonym Podosphaera xanthii), a constant threat to cucurbits". Molecular Plant Pathology 10 (2): 153–160. doi:10.1111/j.1364-3703.2008.00527.x.  First published online 9 December 2008, doi:10.1111/j.1364-3703.2008.00527.x.
  2. ^ Bojorques Ramos, Cosme; Maruthachalam, Karunakaran; McCreight, James D.; Garcia Estrada, Raymundo S. (2010–2011). "Podosphaera xanthii but not Golovinomyces cichoracearum infects Cucurbits in a Greenhouse at Salinas, California" (PDF). Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative Report. 33–34 (24–28): 24–26. Retrieved 10 August 2015. 

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