Tag: detection

PHOMOPSIS BLIGHT OF Solanum melongena – BRINJAL/EGGPLANT | PLANT CELL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

Brinjal is a very important vegetable that is grown all over the world. It is a member of the Solanaceae family. Phomopsis blight, also known as fruit rot, is one of the diseases that affects it. Phomopsis vexans, a dangerous fungus, is to blame. One of the most important biotic factors limiting brinjal production is Phomopsis blight. It is considered a serious illness because it renders brinjal fruit unmarketable and inedible, reducing their economic, nutritional, and health benefits. This cancer causes a 40–70% reduction in production. Phomopsis vexans attacks the stem and causes wilting, as well as causing soft rot in the fruit. At any stage of development, this pathogen can affect all parts of the plant. The nature of the pathogen, symptoms and signs, epidemiology, detection and diagnosis, and management of Phomopsis blight of brinjal are all covered in this review.


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PAPAYA RING SPOT VIRUS – ITS STRUCTURE, TYPE, EPIDEMIOLOGYAND DETECTION: A REVIEW |Journal of Biology and Nature

Ring Spot Virus of papaya, one of the dangerous diseases of this crop, causes 10-100% crop damage in almost all papaya growing countries. This virus is (+) ve sense single stranded RNA virus and currently its types are type-P (PRSV-P) and type-W (PRSV-W). In this review article recent status of this virus regarding its structural complexity, transmission, proper and quick detection in laboratory and eco-friendly management have been accounted. As transgenic approach is not ethically recommended and approved in several ways, other approaches to control this disease are described in this article. It is expected that gathering of this knowledge of Ring Spot virus and its intensity in papaya crop will help for framing a proper model of this disease management.

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