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ASPECTS ABOUT FUNGUS RAMULARIA SAMBUCINA ATTACK RAPORTED ON ELDERBERRIES (SMABUCUS NIGRA) BETWEEN 2013-2016

International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference : SGEM, Vol.17, pp.479-484

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  • Title:
    ASPECTS ABOUT FUNGUS RAMULARIA SAMBUCINA ATTACK RAPORTED ON ELDERBERRIES (SMABUCUS NIGRA) BETWEEN 2013-2016
  • Author: Borcean, Adrian ; David, Gheorghe
  • Found In: International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference : SGEM, Vol.17, pp.479-484
  • Subjects: Sambucus Nigra ; Canada ; Missouri ; New York ; Romania ; Ohio ; Parameters ; Fungi ; Fruits ; Food Processing Industry ; Rivers ; Rivers ; Elderberries ; Rivers ; Fruits ; Fungi ; Fruits ; Natural Resources ; Flowers ; Natural Resources
  • Publication Details: Surveying Geology & Mining Ecology Management (SGEM)
  • Language: English
  • Description: On the last four years, we take surveys on the diseases of some plants from natural habitats which, over time, support improvement by plant breeding process One of the locations where we can found such natural resources is the Nera River valley, inside of the National Park, and those is the main reason we are sure that this plants are on their natural habitat. Regarding elderberries shrubs (Sambucus nigra) on the research area, they are well represented as populations along the river sides. It is well known the utility of Sambucus nigra both for pharmaceutical and food industry and also as garden and parks decorative purposes. For this reason it is very well to collect information about infectious pressure of any pathogens that affects the Sambucus nigra plants. From the very beginning we observe the affected leaves and take the initiative to determine the pathogen and its attack parameters. After microscope analyze we determine that the pathogen is fungus Ramularia sambucina and we proceed...
  • Identifier: ISSN: 13142704 ; DOI: 10.5593/sgem2017/61
  • Creation Date: 2017

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