Pathogenicity and Host Range of Pathogen Causing Black Raspberry (Rubus coreanus) Anthracnose in Korea

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Uh Seong Jeong ; Ju Hee Kim ; Ki Kwon Lee ; Seong Soo Cheong ; Wang Hyu Lee (2013)
  • Publisher: Hanrimwon Publishing Company
  • Journal: Research in Plant Disease (issn: 1598-2262, eissn: 2233-9191)
  • Subject: Anthracnose | S1-972 | Black raspberry | Pathogenicity | Agriculture (General) | Host range
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | equipment and supplies | bacteria | fungi

The strains of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, C. coccodes, C. acutatum isolated from black raspberry werepathogenic to apple and strawberry after dropping inoculation, but showed weak pathogenicity in hot-pepperand tomato. The anthracnose pathogens of C. gloeosporioides, C. orbiculare, C. acutatum isolated from apple,hot-pepper and pumpkin showed pathogenicity in black raspberry. Moreover, the anthracnose pathogensisolated from apple caused disease symptoms in non-wounded inoculation.
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