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al·ter·nar·i·a

 (ôl′tər-nâr′ē-ə, ăl′-)
n.
Any of various asexual fungi in the genus Alternaria, many of which cause blights and spots in plants.

[New Latin Alternāria, genus name, from Latin alternus, alternate; see alternate.]
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Alternaric acid is a natural product produced by the phytopathogenic fungus Alternaria solani which shows good biological activity on a limited spectrum of weeds.
The most abundant pollen types in Islamabad were from eight plant species including, paper mulberry, acacia, eucalyptus, pines, grasses, cannabis, dandelion and alternaria.
According to a report aired on a private news channel, it is said the most abundant pollen types in Islamabad are from eight plant species including, Paper Mulberry, Acacia, Eucalyptus, Pines, Grasses, Cannabis, Dandelion and Alternaria.
The most abundant pollen types in Islamabad are from eight species: paper mulberry, acacia, eucalyptus, pines, grasses, cannabis, dandelion and alternaria.
Islamabad has a high concentration of pollens mostly generated by eight plant species, including paper mulberry, acacia, eucalyptus, pines, grasses, cannabis, dandelion, and alternaria.
(Solanaceae), predisposing the plant to infection by Alternaria (Pleosporales: Pleosporaceae) fungi.
All other INHs which were commonly associated with positive HDMs were obtained including cockroach, Bermuda grass (BDG), rye grass, alder, birch, oak white, olive, acacia, mesquite tree, desert palm pollen, ragweed, chamomile, plantain, Parietaria (wall pellitory), orach, Chenopodium album, alfalfa, animal's epithelium (cat, dog, and horse), camel hair, sheep's wool, Penicillium notatum, Cladosporium herbarum, Aspergillus fumigatus, Alternaria alternata, and latex.
The fungus Alternaria alternata is the causal agent of three citrus diseases, namely, Alternaria brown spot, Alternaria leaf spot, and black rot (Kimati et al., 2005; Woudenberg et al., 2015).
The most important toxins are produced by Aspergillus, Fusarium, Penicillium, and Alternaria. One fungus may produce more than one poison, and currently, there are more than 200 known types of fungal toxins that cause health risks to humans and animals.
En estudios previos realizados en el Laboratorio Escuela de Enfermedades Infecciosas de la Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, se analizo la composicion fungica cultivable del aire espirado por equinos (Bustos et al., 2011) y la micota residente en nasofaringe (Mesplet et al., 2005; Guida et al., 2008) hallandose hongos de diversos generos: Aspergillus sp, Penicillium sp, Cladosporium sp, Alternaria sp y Mucor sp.
Alternaria late blight (ALB) is among the most important and destructive diseases in pistachio, representing a major annual concern for commercial growers in California (Avenot and Michailides 2015).