Journal of Plant Pathology Research


  Dr. Petersen Dan
  University of Cincinnati, USA

Journal of Plant Pathology Research

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Research Article Pages 24-29

Long-Term Preservation of Cultures of Phytophthora Species Causing Black Pod Disease on Cacao

Authors: Amoako Attah I, Kumi Asare E and Yahaya Bukari H

Abstract: Theobroma cacao L. (cacao) is the main raw material in the production of chocolate which is enjoyed worldwide. One of the most important diseases affecting cacao is Phytophthora pod rot and losses up to 100% have been reported. Significant amount of research work is conducted annually on the pathogen but preserving Phytophthora species in culture to support research is always problematic. In our study, we assessed suitability of six storage media namely

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Research Article Pages 17-23

Physiological Races of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum from South and Central Ethiopia

Authors: Abebe Gezahegn, Alemayehu Chala and Getachew Ayana

Abstract: Bean anthracnose (Colletotrichum lindemuthianum) is one of the major diseases of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) in Ethiopia causing up to 63% yield loss. The current study was initiated with the objective to identify races of C. lindemuthianum prevailing in major bean producing areas in south and central Ethiopia. Thirty isolates of C. lindemuthianum, collected from Damot Gale, Halaba Special, Adama, Boset, Hawassa Zuria and Boricha woredas in 2017

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Short Communication Pages 14-16

Detection and Characterization of Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) Infecting Turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) in Malaysia

Authors: B Muhammad, LL Kong, WH Lau and G Vadamalai

Abstract: Turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) is among the herbs cultivated in Malaysia, and it is of agricultural, medicinal and socioeconomic importance. Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) has been reported in vegetables, ornamental crops and weed hosts in Malaysia, thus, denoting the long existence of the pathogen in the agroecosystem of the country. Ten samples of turmeric, consist of seven plants showing mosaic, yellowing and chlorosis, and three non-symptomatic samples (Figure 1), were collected from a commercial farm in the state of Selangor in Peninsular Malaysia. Double antibody sandwich Enzymelinked immune sorbent assay (DAS-ELISA) using CMV-specific antibody by grinding the diseased leaf tissues in PBS pH 7.0 1:5 (w/v) was carried out according to the manufacturer’s

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