Plant Pathology

In plant diseases, the causal agent maybe a fungus, virus, bacterium or a parasitic flowering plant. The progression of symptoms is one of the most vital characteristics related with problems caused by biotic agents. The quantitative aspects of plant infection and colonisation by viruses were mostly addressed during the early period of plant virology. Begomoviruses rank among the top of the most critical plant viruses causing disease of severe results in crops. Wheat flag smut is an example of plant rare diseases; symptoms include poor head development; and long, linear, greyish lesions on the flag leaf.

 

  • Plant virology
  • Food microbiology
  • Clinical bacteriology
  • Crop diseases

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