Overall, we identified 878 predicted taxa, with most sequences (49.8%) derived from fish (Actinopteri, Petromyzontidae), Oomycetes
(21.4%), Arthropoda (classes Insecta, Decapoda; 16.6%), and apicomplexan parasites (3.83%).
It is a fungus-like organism classified under Oomycetes
in the kingdom Chromista and order Peronosporales (Nelson, 2001).
Broad-spectrum activity of the volatile phytoanticipin allicin in extracts of garlic (Allium sativum L.) against plant pathogenic bacteria, fungi and Oomycetes
. Physiol Mol Plant Pathol, 2004.
Tambien son descritas como limitaciones en la produccion del aguacate la alternancia en la produccion (MICKELBART et al., 2012), el vigor y, principalmente, la presencia de Phytophthora cinnamomi Rands (CASTRO et al., 2007; SCHAFFER et al., 2013) un pseudohongo de la Clase Oomycetes
y del Reino Chromista (MASSOLA; KRUGNER, 2011), responsable por la pudricion radicular y que afecta el desarrollo, produccion y longevidad de las plantas en los principales paises productores de aguacate (KROON et al., 2012) limitando su cultivo (SCHAFFER et al., 2013; ANDRADE-HOYOS et al., 2015).
First published as Compendium of Raspberry and Blackberry Diseases and Insects, this book compiles information on the identification and management of raspberry and blackberry diseases and pests, focusing on infectious diseases caused by fungi, oomycetes
, bacteria, phytoplasms, and viruses, and pests like nematodes, insects, and mites, with information on symptoms, causal organisms, distribution, diagnostic features and detection methods, and management strategies.
A molecular phylogeny of Phytophthora and related oomycetes
. Fungal Genet Biol 2000.
We also distinguish that organisms traditionally studied as "fungi" belong to three very various distinctive groups: the true fungi in Kingdom Fungi (Eumycota), the Oomycetes
, and the slime molds are included [16-18].
The 12 Bacillus strains were evaluated for these traits associated with indirect growth promotion: antagonism against bacteria and fungi (i.e., true fungi and oomycetes
); proteolytic and chitinolytic enzyme activities; and biosurfactant and siderophore production.
Similarly, fungi and fungi-like micro-organisms, oomycetes
(commonly known as water mould), destroy a third of all food crops around the world which would have fed 600 million people.