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  • Floral structure and development in the monoecious palm Gaussia attenuata (Arecaceae; Arecoideae). [Journal Article]
    Ann Bot 2014; 114(7):1483-95Castaño F, Stauffer F, … Tregear J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Gaussia attenuata displays a number of floral characters that are likely to be ancestral to the tribe, notably the acervulus flower cluster, which is conserved in the other monoecious genera and also (albeit in a unisexual male form) in the dioecious genera (Wendlandiella and a few species of Chamaedorea). Comparison with earlier data from other genera suggests that large nectariferous pistillodes and early arrest in staminode development might also be regarded as ancestral characters in this tribe.
  • First Report of Anthracnose Caused by Colletotrichum fragariae on Cyclamen in North Carolina. [Journal Article]
    Plant Dis 2011; 95(11):1480Liu B, Munster M, … Louws FJ
  • In November 2009, cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) plants with disease symptoms from a commercial greenhouse operation in the western part of North Carolina were sent to the Plant Diseases and Insect Clinic at North Carolina State University. Symptoms consisted of coalescing reddish and tan necrotic leaf spots with concentric circles. Other symptoms included darkened vascular tissue and decay of the …
  • Strawberry Anthracnose: Histopathology of Colletotrichum acutatum and C. fragariae. [Journal Article]
    Phytopathology 2002; 92(10):1055-63Curry KJ, Abril M, … Smith BJ
  • ABSTRACT Ontogeny of the invasion process by Colletotrichum acutatum and C. fragariae was studied on petioles and stolons of the strawberry cultivar Chandler using light and electron microscopy. The invasion of host tissue by each fungal species was similar; however, each invasion event occurred more rapidly with C. fragariae than with C. acutatum. Following cuticular penetration via an appresso…
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