Disease. Gummy stem blight. Causes leaf spot, stem canker, black leaf and fruit rot; common name refers to the characteristic gummy exudate. Didymella bryoniae (Auersw.) Rehm [anamorph Phoma cucurbitacearum (Fr.) Sacc.] is the causative agent of gummy stem blight (GSB), a disease affecting. Gummy stem blight of cucurbits produces a variety of symptoms which are referred to as leaf spot, stem canker, vine wilt and black fruit rot. Lesions on leaves.

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Muskmelon seedlings were inoculated with the two genotypes of D. Severities are averaged across the three seedlings subsamples per pot. After secondary spread, it may be possible to identify the seedling initially infected, because it will have died and will be surrounded by symptomatic seedlings Fig. Symptoms can be observed as soon as one week after spore germination on susceptible tissue 1. Allele-specific PCR for the detection of azoxystrobin resistance in Didymella bryoniae.

Temperature and especially moisture are important in the germination, sporulation, and disease progression of D.

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Author Contributions Conceived and designed the experiments: Fungal and Culture Conditions Five D. Therefore, this assay could be useful even for amateur farmers without the need for elaborate laboratory equipment. American Phytopathological Society, St. Seeds from healthy fruits are free of the disease but D. Sometimes they are arranged in rings on the fruit or leaf surface. On squash and pumpkin, old leaf spots may shred or tear Fig.

Under these temperature and light conditions, pycnidia and conidia typical of D. Genomic DNA of D. Careers In Plant Pathology.

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Wild hop also known as white bryony Bryonia alba is susceptible to gummy stem blight; B. Visual detection of Didymella bryoniae in cucurbit seeds using a loop-mediated isothermal amplification assay. In latter periods of growth, the mycelium is an olive to dark green or black color [7]. Conflict of Interest Statement The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.

US Li P. Hosts All commonly cultivated cucurbits members of the botanical family Cucurbitaceae are susceptible to gummy stem blight, although the degree fidymella susceptibility differs among species and horticultural types. Ridymella novel and rapid loop-mediated difymella amplification assay for the specific detection of Verticillium dahliae.

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Didymella bryoniae

Knowledge Bank home Change location. Common Names and Diseases. The most distinctive symptom of black rot is found on butternut squash, which display amber- to bronze-colored lesions with a curlicue pattern of darker, slightly raised lines within the lesions Several PCR primer sets have been developed to identify D. With these advantages, the LAMP method has been widely used for detection bryonlae plant pathogens, such as viruses Bryonise et al.

On most hosts, more than half of the spots start at the margins of leaves or extend to the margins Fig. The potential application of this diagnostic tool will enable early prediction of disease, reducing the risks of epidemics.

Didymella bryoniae

To obtain a pure culture from a single conidium, a 3-mm-square piece is cut from an area of the colony with pycnidia, taking care to avoid other microorganisms if an isolation plate is used as the source. Electrochemical behavior of calcein and the interaction between calcein and DNA. Plants and Tea, Japan LAMP products can easily be visualized by gel electrophoresis or by measuring turbidity caused by a white precipitate of ddidymella pyrophosphate Notomi et al.


All other reagents were analytical grade and were purchased from Sinopharm Chemical Reagent Co.

As reported previously, the pathogen has been found to move from infected source seedlings to adjacent seedlings in transplant greenhouses Keinath, Niessl, Didymosphaeria effusa Niessl Ddiymella melonis Pidopl. Incubate fresh material to allow production of spores within leaf, petiole, and fruit lesions. Sexual and asexual fruiting bodies are visible on the same lesions of the leaves, stem, bryooniae fruits.

Spots on stems often elongate into streaks usually starting at the joints and have an amber exudate of gummy material. Materials and Methods Ethics Statement Our study bryiniae not involve human specimens or tissue samples, or vertebrate animals, embryos or tissues.

DuBose for taking photographs of symptoms on cucurbits. Seven other fungal pathogens of Cucurbitaceae crops were collected from muskmelon, watermelon, and didyme,la from Jiangsu province, and an Ascochyta pinodes isolate was obtained from a pea plant at Zhejiang province. Certain Cucurbita species are resistant to D. Our result again supports the view that a LAMP assay can be widely used to diagnosis plant-pathogenic fungi Denschlag et al.

On pumpkin, a gummy, amber exudate was seen after rain on stem and fruit lesions.

The sensitivity and specificity of the LAMP assay were further analyzed in comparison with those of a conventional polymerase chain reaction PCR. Due to these advantages, the Bryoniiae method is becoming more attractive to a wider range of users.