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  1. Morphology, cultural characteristics, and a PCR-based test using Cercospora zeae-maydis and C. zeina-specific primer sets identified all single-conidial cultures as C. zeina
  2. Cercospora zeina is the causal agent of grey leaf spot disease of maize in southern Africa. Download. Related Papers. Quantitative phenotyping of grey leaf spot disease in maize using real-time PCR. By J. Korsman. Species of Cercospora associated with grey leaf spot of maize. By Uwe Braun
  3. Cercospora zeina, one of the two fungal species that cause the disease, is prevalent in southern Africa, China, Brazil and the eastern corn belt of the USA. Identification of QTL for GLS resistance in subtropical germplasm is important to support breeding programmes in developing countries where C. zeina limits production of this staple food crop
  4. Morphology, cultural characteristics, and a PCR-based test using Cercospora zeae-maydis and C. zeina -specific primer sets identified all single-conidial cultures as C. zeina
  5. Grey Leaf Spot (GLS) is a fungal disease of Zea mays (maize) that is caused by Cercospora zeina. It thrives in sub-tropical climates and causes devastating crop losses of up to 60% in southern Africa where maize is grown as a staple food source
  6. Gray leaf spot of maize (Zea mays L.) is an important foliar disease in many parts of China. The causal organism of gray leaf spot in China is generally regarded as Cercospora zeae-maydis (3)
  7. ant in eastern USA and southern Africa. Spores, surviving in the remains of previous crops, are rain-splashe

It is caused by two Cercospora sp. pathogens, C. zeae-maydis and C. zeina. Grey leaf spot outbreaks are most often the result of low sunlight, poor airflow due to overcrowding, bad soil nutrition, and poor soil drainage of corn cultures (5,11) The genomes of Cercospora zeina, Fusarium pininemorale, Hawksworthiomyces lignivorus, Huntiella decipiens, and Ophiostoma ips are presented in this genome announcement. Three of these genomes are from plant pathogens and otherwise economically important fungal species

Corn is the only species that can be affected by Cercospora zeae-maydis.There are two populations of Cercospora zeae-maydis, distinguished by molecular analysis, growth rate, geographic distribution, and cercosporin toxin production. Cercospora zeae-maydis differs from its cousin group Cercospora zeina sp. nov. in that it has faster growth rate in artificial media, the ability to produce the. Gray leaf spot (GLS), caused by the sibling species Cercospora zeina or Cercospora zeae-maydis, is cited as one of the most important diseases threatening global maize production. C. zeina fails to produce cercosporin in vitro and, in most cases, causes large coalescing lesions during maize infectio

Cercospora zeina is a foliar pathogen responsible for maize grey leaf spot in southern Africa that negatively impacts maize production. Plants use a variety of chemical and structural mechanisms to defend themselves against invading pathogens such as C. zeina, including the production of secondary metabolites with antimicrobial properties Cercospora zeina: culture/stock collections: Global Catalogue of Microorganisms: Cercospora zeina Crous & U. Braun: taxonomy/phylogenetic: MycoBank: 2 records from this provider: organism-specific: WebScipio - eukaryotic gene identification: 2 records from provider: organism-specific: diArk - a resource for eukaryotic genome researc Cercospora zeina is a causal pathogen of gray leaf spot (GLS) disease of maize in Africa. This fungal pathogen exhibits a high genetic diversity in South Africa. However, little is known about the pathogen's population structure in the rest of Africa

Abstract Background: Cercospora zeina is a foliar pathogen responsible for maize grey leaf spot in southern Africa that negatively impacts maize production Cercospora zeina Maize (Zea mays) is one of the most important staple food crops, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. In the last three decades, Gray Leaf Spot (GLS) has become a widespread foliar disease of maize globally (Latterell & Rossi 1983, Ward et al. 1999, Meisel et al. 2009, Berger et al. 2014). Sinc Cercospora zeae-maydis is a haploid, ascomycete fungus that causes gray leaf spot disease of corn (Zea mays). This disease was first discovered in Illinois, USA, during 1925 but has increased greatly in occurrence and severity during the past 20 years and now is an economic threat in many corn-production areas worldwide

Mapping QTL conferring resistance in maize to gray leaf

Cercospora zeina: Taxonomy navigation › Cercospora. Terminal (leaf) node. Common name i-Synonym i-Other names i ›CBS 118820 ›CPC 11995 ›CPC 11995 (ex-type) Rank i: SPECIES: Lineage i › cellular organisms ›. Population genetic structure and migration patterns of the maize pathogenic fungus, Cercospora zeina in East and Southern Africa. Fungal genetics and biology, 149, . doi: 10.1016/j.fgb.2021.103527 Chicago Nsibo, David L., Irene Barnes, Dennis O Omondi, Mathews M Dida, and Dave K Berger Cercospora zeina, one of the two fungal species that cause the disease, is prevalent in southern Africa, China, Brazil and the eastern corn belt of the USA. Identification of QTL for GLS resistance in subtropical germplasm is important to support breeding programmes in developing countries where C.zeina limits production of this staple food crop Cercospora zeina Maize (Zea mays) is one of the most important staple food crops, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. In the last three decades, Gray Leaf Spot (GLS) has become a widespread foliar disease of maize globally (Latterell & Rossi 1983, Ward et al. 1999, Meisel et al. 2009, Berger et al.

Cercospora zeina is the causal agent of grey leaf spot

The aim of our study was to identify the causal agent of grey leaf spot disease of maize in southern Africa. Single-conidial cultures were recovered from maize leaves with typical disease symptoms sampled from several fields in South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Morphology, cultural characteristics, and a PCR-based test using Cercospora zeae-maydis and C. zeina-specific primer sets identified. Cercospora zeina was shown to take up externally applied dsRNA. Two dsRNA constructs were created which targeted either the GFP gene within a transgenic C. zeina fungus, or growth and pathogenicity genes within a wild type C. zeina. The GFP fluorescence was observed after the fungus was treated with the GFP targetin Gray Leaf Spot (GLS) is a destructive foliar disease caused by two closely-related fungal species Cercospora zeae-maydis and Cercospora zeina, which have different distributions in North America. C. zeae-maydis is thought to be found throughout North America compared to C. zeina, which appears to be restricted to the eastern Corn Belt.When plants are infected by either species, GLS first. Cercospora zeina elicits identical disease symptoms but does not produce cercosporin in culture, suggesting that cercosporin is not essential for pathogenicity or virulence. To address the role of cercosporin in pathogenesis, we initiated a project to identify, characterize, and disrupt genes associated with cercosporin biosynthesis Observed in a maize field near Eldoret, Kenya, July 2014. Host plant is Maize.. From Wikipedia: Grey leaf spot (GLS) is a foliar fungal disease that affects maize, also known as corn.There are two fungal pathogens that cause GLS, which are Cercospora zeae-maydis and Cercospora zeina.[1

First Report of Gray Leaf Spot of Maize Caused by

In October 2011, symptoms similar to grey leaf spot were observed on 77% of maize plants at 25 locations (about 3000 ha) of Yunnan Province, China, and the disease could cause yield losses of 35-50%. The symptoms of leaf spot were different from those caused by C. zeae-maydis. The lesions on leaves were oblong, pale grey to pale brown, and confined by leaf veins that eventually coalesced Induction and detection of toxin in Cercospora zeina and Cercospora sorghi f. sp. maydis Erika S. M. Koshikumo 1, Eduardo Alves & Renzo G. Von Pinho1 ABSTRACT Cercosporin is a phytotoxin with toxic activity against large number of organism, it is produced by hypha in the culture medium

Cercospora Species, Morphology & Leaf Spot Symptoms Mold

Cercospora berteroae (GCA_002933655) Cercospora beticola (GCA_002742065) Cercospora zeina str. CMW25467 (GCA_002844615) Chaetomium globosum CBS 148.51 (GCA_000143365) Chaetomium thermophilum var. thermophilum DSM 1495 (GCA_000221225) Choanephora cucurbitarum str. KUS-F28377 (GCA_001683725) Cladophialophora bantiana CBS 173.52 (GCA_000835475 G ray leaf spot (GLS), caused by two species (Cercospora zeae-maydis and C. zeina) is a major disease that affects maize (Zea mays L.) production globally (Ward et al., 1999; Katwal et al., 2013; Liu et al., 2016).Originally, the causal agent of GLS was reported as Cercospora zeae-maydis with two variants (Wang et al., 1998), but later studies recognized the variants as two distinct species. Stability of pathogen populations characterised by slow temporal variation is important for durability of disease management systems in any agroecology. Temporal variation in population structure is attributed to factors related to ecology, biology and life history, and varies among organisms and ecosystems. The objective of this study was to investigate genetic variability of Cercospora zein.

Preferred name: Cercospora zeina ; Authority: (Crous) Braun ; Common names. Name Language; gray leaf spot of maize: English: Propose photo. Taxonomy. Kingdom Fungi ( 1FUNGK ) Phylum Ascomycota ( 1ASCOP ) Subphylum Pezizomycotina ( 1PEZIQ ) Class Dothideomycetes ( 1DOTHC ). made by Stergiopoulos et al. (2010) was that several Cercospora species, such as C. beticola, C. apii, C. nicotianae and C. zeina, contain a homologue of AVR4, a well-studied fungal effector and a virulence factor of Cladosporium fulvum (Cf), on its host tomato (van Esse et al., 2007). Cf-AVR4 was demonstrated to bind chiti Since the 1980s, Cercospora zeina, a causal agent of gray leaf spot of maize, has become endemic in South Africa, and is responsible for substantial yield reductions. To assess genetic diversity and population structure of C. zeina in South Africa, 369 isolates were collected from commercial maize farms in three provinces (KwaZulu-Natal. This article is from BMC Genetics, volume 15.AbstractBackground: Gray leaf spot (GLS) is a globally important foliar disease of maize. Cercospora zeina, one of..

The genomes of Cercospora zeina, Fusarium pininemorale, Hawksworthiomyces lignivorus, Huntiella decipiens, and Ophiostoma ips are presented in this genome announcement planted at Baynesfield, South Africa, where Cercospora zeina is the causal agent of GLS disease (Meisel et al., 2009). Typical symptoms of GLS disease were observed, with some RILs exhibiting more extreme (transgressive) phenotypes than the resistant (CML444) and susceptible (SC Malawi) parental lines (Figure 1). GLS disease score

Cercospora zeina References: Complementation of CTB7 in the Maize Pathogen Cercospora zeina Overcomes the Lack of In Vitro Cercosporin Production. Swart V et al., Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. (2017) PMID:2853507 Grey leaf spot (Cercospora zeina)Northern leaf blight (Exserohilum turcicum)Rust (Puccinia sorghi) 1.6L/ha550ml/100L water: Grey leaf spot (Cercospora zeae-maydis)Rust (Puccinia sorghi)Northern leaf blight (Setosphaeria turcica) .8L/ha

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Ajellomyces capsulata; Ajellomyces dermatitidis; Alternaria alternata; Alternaria brassicicola; Alternaria citri; Alternaria iridicola; Apiognomonia errabund Cercospora zeina (CERCZN) Cercospora zinniae (CERCZI) Cercospora zonata (CERCZO) Contact EPPO; EPPO Website; EPPO Data Services; EPPO Codes categories; Sitemap;.

Cercospora agavicola Ayala-Escobar was proposed as a new species of Cercospora using multilocus sequencing [12]. Cercospora acaciae-mangii Crous, Pongpanich and M.J. Wingf. and Cercospora zeae -maydis Tehon and E.Y. Daniels was distinguished from C. apii s . lat . and C. zeina Crous and U. Braun, respectively, based o Gray leaf spot (GLS), caused by the sibling species Cercospora zeina or Cercospora zeae-maydis, is cited as one of the most important diseases threatening global maize production. C. zeina fails to produce cercosporin in vitro and, in most cases, causes large coalescing lesions during maize infection, a symptom generally absent from cercosporin-deficient mutants in other Cercospora spp Since the 1980s, Cercospora zeina, a causal agent of gray leaf spot (GLS) of maize, has become endemic in South Africa, and is responsible for substantial yield reductions. To assess genetic diversity and population structure of C. zeina in South Africa, 369 isolates were collected from commercial maize farms in three provinces (KwaZulu-Natal. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions ® (MPMI) publishes fundamental and advanced applied research on the genetics, genomics, molecular biology, biochemistry, and biophysics of pathological, symbiotic, and associative interactions of microbes, insects, nematodes, or parasitic plants with plants Gray leaf spot (GLS) caused by Cercospora zeae-maydis and C. zeina is an extremely devastating leaf disease that limits maize production annually. The use of GLS-resistant maize hybrids is the most cost-effective approach for reducing losses. Resistance to GLS is quantitatively inherited in maize (Zea mays L.) and further sources of resistance.

Gray leaf spot (GLS) is an important foliar disease of maize. This disease, caused by Cercospora zeina, is prevalent in both smallholder and commercial maize farms in South Africa Summer Science Program in Biochemistry - Characterization of the Cdc14 phosphatase homolog from Cercospora zeina. Listed in Dataset

Enter one or more queries in the top text box and one or more subject sequences in the lower text box. Then use the BLAST button at the bottom of the page to align your sequences. To get the CDS annotation in the output, use only the NCBI accession or gi number for either the query or subject. Reformat the results and check 'CDS feature' to. Gray Leaf Spot (GLS causal agents Cercospora zeae-maydis and Cercospora zeina) is one of the most important foliar diseases of maize in all areas where the crop is being cultivated Media in category Cercospora The following 28 files are in this category, out of 28 total. Cercospora handelii 400x, Rhododendron ponticum (1).jpg 800 × 600; 99 K Cercospora zeina, is the causal agent of grey leaf spot (GLS) disease of maize plants in Southern Africa. The disease is of great economic importance as annual yield losses of up to 65% are experienced by South African farmers. The White Collar-1 protein (WC-1) has been characterised in Neurospora crassa and found to entrain the fungal.

Rey M.W.,Ramaiya P.,Nelson B.A.,Brody-Karpin S.D.,Zaretsky E.J.,Tang M.,Lopez de Leon A.,Xiang H.,Gusti V.,Clausen I.G.,Olsen P.B.,Rasmussen M.D.,Andersen J.T. Cercospora zeae-maydis and C. zeina cause the foliar disease gray leaf spot of maize..3 1.4. Cercospora zeae-maydis produces the phytotoxic, secondary metabolite cercosporin..5 1.5. Management of gray leaf spot remains difficult, and sources of genetic resistance ar Abstract. Gray leaf spot (GLS), caused by Cercospora zeae-maydis and Cercospora zeina, is one of the most important diseases of maize worldwide.The pathogen has a necrotrophic lifestyle and no major genes are known for GLS. Quantitative resistance, although poorly understood, is important for GLS management Host and Symptoms.Corn is the only species that can be affected by Cercospora zeae-maydis.There are two populations of Cercospora zeae-maydis, distinguished by molecular analysis, growth rate, geographic distribution, and cercosporin toxin production.Cercospora Zeae-Maydis differs from its cousin group Cercospera zeina sp. nov in that it has faster growth rate in artificial media, the ability. Furthermore, Cercospora zeae-maydis (Group 1) can be distinguished from C. zeina sp. nov. (Group II) by its faster growth rate on artificial media, the ability to produce cercosporin, longer conidiophores, and broadly fusiform conidia. A PCR-based test that distinguishes the two species was developed using species-specific primers designed from.

Cercospora zeae-maydis

Grey leaf spot disease (GLS), Cercospora zeae-maydis, which has previously been attributed to diverse pathogen species in other countries, has become a serious biotic constraint to production of maize (Zea mays L.) in Kenya. It is necessary to determine the distribution and aetiology of the disease across all the maize production agro-ecologie Cercospora clade in an isolated, basal position adjacent to C. zeae-maydis Tehon & E.Y. Daniels and C. zeina Crous & U. Braun (unpublished phylogenetic tree prepared by the CBS, Utrecht, the Netherlands, based on a culture derived from material collected i One interesting observation made by Stergiopoulos et al. was that several Cercospora species, such as C. beticola, C. apii, C. nicotianae and C. zeina, contain a homologue of AVR4, a well-studied fungal effector and a virulence factor of Cladosporium fulvum (Cf), on its host tomato (van Esse et al., 2007) The molecular phylogenetic analysis revealed that the majority of Cercospora species lack host specificity, and only C. zinniicola, C. zeina, C. zeae-maydis, C. cocciniae, and C. mikaniicola were found to be host-specific. Closely related species of Cercospora could not be distinguished using molecular analyses of ITS, EF, and CAL gene regions

RNA-Seq analysis of resistant and susceptible sub-tropical

in the Cercospora species C. beticola, C. zeina, C. apii, and C. nicotianae. PCRs performed with primer combinations Avr4_ Cerc_F1 and Avr4_Cerc_R1 (Table S3) resulted in the amplifi-cation of a single fragment of ∼270 bp from all four Cercospora species. Subsequent sequence analysis showed that the translate Infection process in resistant and susceptible maize (Zea mays L.) genotypes to Cercospora zeae-maydis (type II) | H.J.F. Lyimo, R.C. Pratt, R.S.O.W. Mnyuku.

The causal agent of GLS was generally regarded as Cercospora zeae-maydis. However, recent studies demonstrated that two distinct species, C. zeae-maydis (previously Group I) in the Americas and C. zeina, (referred previously as C. zeae-maydis Group II) in Southern Africa, U.S.A. and Brazil. GLS in Nigeria was first observed in 1996 and C. zeae. TY - JOUR DP - National Agricultural Library DB - PubAg JO - Fungal genetics and biology TI - Population genetic structure and migration patterns of the maize pathogenic fungus, Cercospora zeina in East and Southern Africa A1 - Nsibo, David L. A4 - Nsibo, David L. A4 - Barnes, Irene A4 - Omondi, Dennis O. A4 - Dida, Mathews M. A4 - Berger, Dave K. EP - 2021 v.149 KW - Cercospora zeae-maydis KW. Cercospora species and C. fulvum, as compared to the phyloge-netic distance between M. fijiensis and C. fulvum. All putative Avr4 homologs from the four Cercospora species are predicted to have an N-terminal SP of 19 aa, followed by a 116 aa (C. beticola, C. apii) or a 115 aa (C. nicotianae, C. zeina) mature protein tha Pathosystems currently under study include grey leaf spot in maize (GLS) caused by Cercospora zeina, and northern corn leaf blight (NCLB) in maize and sorghum caused by Exserohilum turcicum.. Grey leaf spot in Africa is caused by the fungal pathogen Cercospora zeina.This widespread and destructive pathogen causes millions of rands worth of loss to maize yields every year

2013). The genus Cercospora is now considered a holomorphic genus in its own right (Groenewald et al. 2013), with some spe-cies exhibiting the ability to form mycosphaerella-like sexual morphs (Corlett 1991, Crous et al. 2004b). In recent years, multi-gene DNA sequence datasets have proven useful for Cercospora species identification (Crous e Cercospora zeina is the causal agent of grey leaf spot disease of maize in southern Africa more. by Dave Klopper. The aim of our study was to identify the causal agent of grey leaf spot disease of maize in southern Africa. Single-conidial cultures were recovered from maize leaves with typical disease symptoms sampled from several fields in South.. Furthermore, Cercospora zeae-maydis (Group I) can be distinguished from C. zeina sp. nov. (Group II) by its faster growth rate on artificial media, the ability to produce cercosporin, longer conidiophores, and broadly fusiform conidia. A PCR-based test that distinguishes the two species was developed using species-specific primers designed from.

wild-type strains of C. zeae-maydis or C. zeina. This report represents the first documented circadian rhythm among Dothideomycete fungi and provides a new opportunity to dissect the molecular basis of circadian rhythms among filamentous fungi. Key words: blue-light regulation, Cercospora spe cies, conidiation, light entrainment, periodicity Two distinct species of Cercospora, C. zeae-maydis and C. zeina cause the Gray Leaf Spot disease of corn . The two species have both distinct and overlapping distributions and cause similar symptoms. Only C. zeae-maydis, however, has been shown to synthesize cercosporin Developed by the University of Georgia, Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Healt Restriction digests of the internal transcribed spacer region of rDNA detected the presence of the same two Cercospora species described on maize in the United States, namely C. zeae-maydis and the recently described species, C. zeina. Genetic variability among isolates was assessed by ana-lysing 104 amplified fragment length polymorphism loci ORCAE is an online genome annotation resource offering users the necessary tools and information to validate and correct gene annotations. The system is build on the wiki philosophy, all modifications to a certain gene are stored and can be found back in the annotation history of that gene

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Cercospora zeina [gbpln]: 2 Culex restuans cypovirus [gbvrl]: 1 Crow polyomavirus [gbvrl]: 6 Caldicellulosiruptor saccharolyticus DSM 8903 [gbbct]: 2680 Corallina officinalis [gbpln]: 7 Cyanophage S-CBP2 [gbphg]: 1 Casuarina glauca [gbpln]: 12 Cryptophlebia leucotreta granulovirus [gbvrl]: 129 Canine oral papillomavirus [gbvrl]: 1 Cercospora zeina is the causal agent of grey leaf spot disease of maize in southern Africa European Journal of Plant Pathology 124, 577-583, DOI: 10.1007/s10658-009-9443-1 2009 Phytophthora infestans-triggered response of growth- and defense-related genes in potato cultivars with different levels of resistance under the influence of nitrogen. Gray leaf spot (GLS) caused by Cercospora zeae-maydis or Cercospora zeina is one of the devastating maize foliar diseases worldwide. Identification of GLS-resistant quantitative trait loci (QTL)/genes plays an urgent role in improving GLS.. Population genetic structure and migration patterns of the maize pathogenic fungus, Cercospora zeina in East and Southern Africa. DL Nsibo, I Barnes, DO Omondi, MM Dida, DK Berger. Fungal Genetics and Biology 149, 103527, 2021. 2021

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Cercospora zeae-maydis (Cercospora zeina) Le maïs est l'unique espèce de plantes qui peut être affectée par Cercospora zeae-maydis. Il existe deux populations de Cercospora zeae-maydis qui se distinguent par l'analyse moléculaire, le taux de croissance, la répartition géographique et la production de cercosporine (toxine) Draft genome of Cercospora zeina, Fusarium pininemorale, Hawksworthiomyces lignivorus, Huntiella decipiens and Ophiostoma ips BD Wingfield, DK Berger, ET Steenkamp, HJ Lim, TA Duong, BH Bluhm, IMA fungus 8 (2), 385-396 , 201 Abstract Cercospora leaf spot caused by Cercospora beticola is a significant threat to the production of sugar and table beet worldwide. A de novo genome assembly of C. beticola was used to develop eight polymorphic and reproducible microsatellite markers for population genetic analyses. These markers were used, along with five previously described microsatellite loci to genotype two C. Statistics on protein trees. The protein tree pipeline is described at the following page . This page provides a summary of the Ensembl phylogenetic analysis of protein families. The following views are available: Gene tree nodes, and the inference of speciation / duplication events Cercospora leaf blight (CLB), primarily caused by Cercospora cf. flagellaris , is one of the most important diseases of soybean ( Glycine max L. Merr.) in Louisiana. The pathogen produces cercosporin, a non-specific toxin and an important virulence factor. So far, there are no commercial cultivars with CLB resistance, and the pathogen has developed substantial resistance to the frequently used.

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Cercospora (le nom Cercospora vient du fait que les conidies de ces champignons, formé de 4 ou 5 logettes, présente un sommet effilé en une queue, qui se dit κέρκος, kérkos en grec ancien) est un genre de champignons ascomycètes.Diverses espèces de ce genre sont les agents de maladies des plantes, se manifestant souvent sous forme de taches foliaires Por Marcelo Carmona y Francisco Sautua Las principales patologías foliares que afectan al maíz, y que son objeto de control químico, son la roya común (Puccinia sorghi), el tizón o helmintosporiosis común (Exserohilum turcicum) y la cercosporiosis o mancha gris o rectangular (Cercospora zeina, C. zeae-maydis)

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