Ustilago tritici is a basidiomyceteous fungus that affects wheat. It is also known as loose wheat smut.
Green mold, caused by Penicillium digitatum in Orange
More than 150 Women Health Workers benefited under this workshop
This sample was collected from stagnated water in the pot.
Black spot is caused by the fungus, Diplocarpon rosae. It is one of the most common diseases found everywhere roses are planted. The disease does not kill the plant outright, but over time, the loss of leaves can weaken the plant making it more susceptible to other stresses and winter damage.
Anabaena Azollae is a small filamentous phototrophic cyanobacteria generally seen as a multicellular organism with two distinct, interdependent cell types. The first is a small, circular, photoautotrophic “vegetative” cell that performs oxygenic photosynthesis and is typically blue green in color. The second is a heterocyst; a larger, paler, more homogenous cell produced by Anabaena to…
Alternaria is a genus of ascomycete fungi. Alternaria species are known as major plant pathogens. They are also common allergens in humans, growing indoors and causing hay fever or hypersensitivity reactions that sometimes lead to asthma. Alternaria is a ubiquitous fungal genus with numerous species that cause pre- and post-harvest damage to agricultural products including…
One day Foldscope workshop on “Role of Foldscope Microscopy in minimising the risk of zoonotic diseases, field level diagnosis of plant diseases and ensure the personal hygiene of Nicobarese tribal farmers” was organised in collaboration with ICAR – Central Island Agricultural Research Institute, Port Blair. The said event was organised on 20.03.2019 at Harminder Bay,…
Mucor is a filamentous fungus found in soil, plants, decaying fruits and vegetables. As well as being ubiquitous in nature and a common laboratory contaminant, Mucor spp. may cause infections in man, frogs, amphibians, cattle, and swine.