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Biotransformation of Hg(II) by Cyanobacteria †

Synechococcus leopoldiensis (Racib.) Komarek (UTEX 625) was obtained from the Culture Collection of Algae, University of Texas at Austin. Phormidium

Pak. J. Bot., 39(5): 1817-1832, 2007. - THE DESMID FLORA OF ...

malinvernianum (Racib.) Schmidle var. badense Schmidle, 10- C. norimbergense Reinsch, 11- C. novae-semliae Wille, 12- C. rectangulare Grun., 13- C. regnelli Wille,

Dioscorea batatas ( Dioscorea polystachya )

II Recorded as Phyllosticta dioscoreae Cooke III Recorded as Corticium centrifugum (Lév.) Bres. IV Recorded as Cercospora cylindrata Chupp et Linder V Recorded as Cercospora ubi Racib.

FLORA OF GOA Algae (Freshwater) I Chlorophyta No. List of ...

P. araneosm Racib 6. Selanastraceae 12. Kirchneriella lunar is (Kirchner) , Moebius 13. Ankistrodesmus spiralis var . fasiculatum G. M. Smith 7. Chlorellaceae 14.

Regulated Plant Pest List U.S. Department of Agriculture ...

Regulated Plant Pest List U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service fungus Oncobasidum theobromae Talbot and Keane fungus Oospora oryzetorum Sacc. fungus Peronosclerospora maydis (Racib.)

Pseudocercospora opuntiae sp. nov., the causal organism of ...

pseudoeucalyptor um Crous and Ps . eriodendri (Racib.) U. Braun. The two isolates from Opuntia cluster together (99% bootstrap support) in the Passalora / Dothistroma clade.

of Detached Durian Fruits Caused by Sclerotium rolfsii

Only one microorganism, the fungus RhizopusartocmjJi Racib., was listed as as­ sociated with a fruit rot of durian Oohnston 1960). Recently, a serious fruit rot of durian was reported to be caused by Phytoph­ thorapalmivora Butler (Limand Chan 1986).

Genetic resources of taro ( Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott ...

In exploiting the germplasm for varietal resistance, Hicks (1967) screened for resistance against P. colocasiae Racib. and noted varying levels of resistance among tested accessions.

Methods of Measuring Taro Leaf Blight Severity and Its Effect ...

During 1994-1995, taro cultivars from the American Pacific were tested in Hawai'i (Greenough et al. 1996) and Guam (Wall & Weicko 1998) for resistance to the TLB fungus, Phytophthora colocasiae Racib.

Cultivar Resistance to Taro Leaf Blight Disease in American Samoa

Taro leaf blight is caused by the fungus, Phytophthora colocasiae Racib. It spreads among leaves of the same plant and between plants by rain splash and wind-blown rain (Gregory 1983, Putter 1976).