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MAFF No.238704
Scientific nameColletotrichum incanum H.C. Yang, J.S. Haudenshield et G.L. Hartman
Reidentified byT. Sato (Updated: Apr 2016)
Deposited asColletotrichum capsici (Sydow) E.J. Butler et Bisby
IdentifierT. Sato
SourceRaphanus sativus L. Daikon Group (= var. longipinnatus L. H. Bailey)
Site on the sourceleaf spot
Isolation dateOct 1998
IsolatorT. Sato
DepositorT. Sato
MediumPotato dextrose agar (hand made) (Potato 200g for decoction, Glucose 20g, Agar 17-20g, Distilled water 1000ml)
HazardPathogenic (plant)
SequenceActin CHS-1 GPDH H3 ITS β-tubulin
PhotoMicrograph Micrograph Micrograph Micrograph Micrograph Micrograph Micrograph Micrograph Plate, face Plate, reverse Plate, face Plate, reverse Symptom, etc. Symptom, etc.
ReferenceMoriwaki, J., Tsukiboshi, T. and Sato, T., Grouping of Colletotrichum species in Japan based on rDNA sequences, Journal of General Plant Pathology, 68(4), 307-320, 2002 [DOI]
Sato, T., Muta, T., Imamura, Y., Nojima, H., Moriwaki, J. and Yaguchi, Y., Anthracnose of Japanese radish caused by Colletotrichum dematium, Journal of General Plant Pathology, 71(5), 380-383, 2005 [DOI]
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Tomioka, K., Moriwaki, J. and Sato, T., Pathogenicity of some Colletotrichum species to petals of Antirrhinum majus, Genetic and Functional Diversity of Agricultural Microorganisms, Kurisaki, J., Kaku, H., Sato, T., Aoki, T. and Nagai, T., National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences, 117-118
Sato, T., Moriwaki, J. and Kaneko, S., Anthracnose fungi with curved conidia, Colletotrichum spp. belonging to ribosomal groups 9-13, and their host ranges in Japan, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly : JARQ, 49(4), 351-362, 2015 [DOI]
Tomioka, K., Sekiguchi, H., Nomiyama, K., Osaki, H., Ito, Y. and Takehara, T., Virulence of a pathogen of radish anthracnose, Colletotrichum dematium, against spinach, 58, P45, 2014 [URL]