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Ascochyta blight of chickpea

Ismail Kusmenoglu

Ascochyta blight of chickpea

inheritance and relationship to seed size, morphological traits and isozyme variation

by Ismail Kusmenoglu

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chickpea ascochyta blight.,
  • Chickpea -- Diseases and pests.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ismail Kusmenoglu.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 81 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16861771M

    Ascochyta blights occur throughout the world and can be of significant economic importance. Three fungi contribute to the ascochyta blight disease complex of pea (Pisum sativum).Ascochyta pinodes (sexual stage: Mycosphaerella pinodes) causes Mycosphaerella blight. Ascochyta pinodella (synonym: Phoma medicaginis var. pinodella) causes Ascochyta foot rot, and Ascochyta pisi causes Ascochyta Causal agents: Ascochyta pinodes, Ascochyta . Arx] in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). This study determined the effect of cultivars varying in plant architecture and plant population density (PPD) on the severity of ascochyta blight.

    accessions for resistance to Ascochyta blight. Plant Disease previous season's screening nursery. During some seasons, the debris was A world collection of 9, desi and 3, kabuli germ plasm accessions of chickpea (Citer supplemented by inoculation with spores. Didymella rabiei, commonly called chickpea ascochyta blight fungus is a fungal plant pathogen of chickpea. Didymella rabiei is the teleomorph of Ascochyta rabiei, which is the anamorph, but both names are the same species. Names. The specific epithet rabiei refers to rabbia Class: Dothideomycetes.

    Get this from a library! Ascochyta blight and winter sowing of chickpeas: proceedings of the Workshop on Ascochyta Blight and Winter Sowing of Chickpeas. [Mohan C Saxena; K B Singh; International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas.;]. Cause Ascochyta rabiei, a fungus carried in and on seed and in infested crop ion and blight develop rapidly on susceptible cultivars in the presence of free moisture (rain and dew). Symptoms Leaf and stem lesions initially are chlorotic, usually necrotic, and numerous. Developing lesions tend to coalesce and cause blight (death) of all aboveground plant parts.


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Ascochyta blight of chickpea by Ismail Kusmenoglu Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ascochyta blights consistently affect large areas of grain legume production (pea, lentil, chickpea and faba bean) in all countries where they are cultivated.

These diseases are capable of causing large yield losses under conducive environmental : Hardcover. Ascochyta blights consistently affect large areas of grain legume production (pea, lentil, chickpea and faba bean) in all countries where they are cultivated.

These diseases are capable of causing large yield losses under conducive environmental conditions. This book considers the state of the art. Introduction Ascochyta blights consistently affect large areas of grain legume production (pea, lentil, chickpea and faba bean) in all countries where they are cultivated.

These diseases are capable of causing large yield losses under conducive environmental conditions. Ascochyta blight is the most serious chickpea disease worldwide.

Integrating genetic resistance, crop rotation and fungicide application is the best way to manage the disease. Introduction The chickpea (Cicer arietinum), also known as the garbanzo bean, is an annual grain legume crop that ranks among the world’s three most important pulses (seedFile Size: 2MB.

Ascochyta blight is the major disease attacking chickpea (Cicer arietinum) around the world. Since its first time report of isolation in Argentina inthe pathogen has caused severe economic.

NSW DPI • Managing ascochyta blight in chickpeas in page 5 Chickpea variety characteristics Variety Plant height Lodging resistance seed weight (g) Maturity North Yield as a % of PBA HatTrick – South Yield as a % of PBA Slasher – East t/ha West t/ha East t/ha West t/ha Desi types.

Management NDSU Extension Service North Dakota State University Fargo, North Dakota June Figure 1. Ascochyta lesions on chickpea pods, leaves and stems. (Photo by Kiersten Wise) Ascochyta blight is the most problematic disease of chickpea in North Dakota and a severe disease in most chickpea growing regions of the world.

CompleteFile Size: KB. The aim of this study was to construct a genetic linkage map and analysis of quantitative trait loci (QTLs) for Ascochyta blight resistance in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.), as well as quantify the contribution of each QTL to observed phenotypic by: 4.

Ascochyta blight is the most economically significant disease of chickpeas. The disease can spread rapidly, wiping out a field in as little as a single day if conditions are right. PA #01 Chickpea: Ascochyta Blight Management Kevin Moore1, Mal Ryley2, Gordon Cumming3, Leigh Jenkins1 1 NSW Department Primary Industries, 2 Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, 3 Pulse Australia.

Background Ascochyta blight, caused by the fungus Ascochyta rabiei (recently renamed Phoma rabiei), is a serious disease ofFile Size: KB. Ascochyta rabiei (teleomorph Didymella rabiei) is a directly penetrating, necrotrophic fungus that infects all aboveground parts of chickpea (Cicer arietinum).Cited by: Ascochyta blight is the most important disease of chickpea worldwide and has been recorded in nearly all producing countries.

Recent epidemics in the United States (s) and Australia (s) caused major industry disruptions, reflected by a sharp decline in the area sown. Ascochyta blight (caused by Ascochyta rabiei [Pass] Labr.) is a devastating and widespread disease of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.).

Studies of the genetics of resistance to blight have generated inconsistent reports due to year to year and between location variation in screening trial results.

Although chickpeas are reported to be susceptible to more than 25 well-documented pathogens, Ascochyta blight is among the most serious diseases of chickpea worldwide (12,25).

The disease was first described in from the North-West Frontier Province of India, an area now part of Pakistan (4). Ascochyta blight Didymella rabiei (Anamorph: Ascochyta rabiei) Symptoms: Symptoms may appear at any time after plant emergence. First, gray circular spots appear on leaves and pods that later turn dark brown with black borders.

Black dots (pycnidia) are also present in advanced lesions in concentric rings. Ascochyta blight (AB) caused by Ascochyta rabiei (Pass.) Labr. is an important and widespread disease of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) worldwide.

The disease is particularly severe under cool and humid weather conditions. Breeding for host resistance is an efficient means to combat this by: Ascochyta blight in chickpeas is caused by the pathogen Ascochyta rabiei which is a different, and much more aggressive pathogen than the Ascochyta blight that affects lentils (Ascochyta lentis) or peas (Ascochyta pisi (leaf and pod spot).

Disease ycle and Symptoms. The pathogen overwinters on infected chickpea crop residue and seed. Management of ascochyta blight in chickpeas in Australia.

Introduction. Ascochyta blight (more commonly known as “black spot disease”) is one of the most severe diseases of field peas, and it is distributed worldwide, including almost all of the major pea-growing areas (Bretag et al., ).Yield losses caused by ascochyta blight in peas have been estimated to be at least 10% and up to 60% each year in Australia (Bretag et al., ), 40% in Cited by: 5.

Ascochyta Blight of Chickpeas Howard F. Schwartz, David H. Gent, Martha Mikkelson, and Jack Riesselman Identification and Life Cycle Ascochyta blight of chickpea is caused by the fungus Ascochyta rabiei. The pathogen only infects chickpea, but related pathogens also attack lentil and pea.

Ascochyta blight. Ascochyta blight, a fungal disease caused by Ascochyta rabiei (Pass.) Labrousse, is the major constraint for chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.).

Ascochyta blight caused by Ascochyta rabiei (Pass.) Labr. is one of the major disease of chickpea worldwide.Ascochyta blight in chickpeas An outbreak of ascochyta blight was observed in the chickpea trial at Hart from late July (Table 2). The highest level of infection was observed in the untreated plots with % of all plants infected (Table 2).

Not surprisingly, this high infection resulted in a lower grain yield of t/ha compared toFile Size: KB.Ascochyta blight of chickpeas is caused by the fungal pathogen Phoma rabiei (formerly known as Ascochyta rabiei) which is specific to chickpeas.

In recent years this disease has become the most important disease in chickpeas.