Cercosporella


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Synonyms for Cercosporella

form genus of imperfect fungi lacking pigment in the spores and conidiophores

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CERCOSPORELLA RUBI AND ROSETTE DISEASE OF BLACKBERRY
Cercosporella rubi is present in rosette infected blackberry floral buds at the time of floral initiation and persists until flowers become senescent.
Rosette--or double blossom--one of the most severe fungal diseases of blackberries grown in the southeastern United States, is caused by the fungus Cercosporella rubi.
1:15 THE HOST-PATHOGEN RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CERCOSPORELLA RUBI AND BLACKBERRY CULTIVAR 'SHAWNEE' (RUBUS SP.
Cercosporella rubi is present from the time floral differentiation is initiated until mature flowers become senescent.
2:30 A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE FUNGUS CERCOSPORELLA RUBI IN BLACKBERRY (RUBUS SP.