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Banana, plantain, and abaca diseases

R. H. Stover

Banana, plantain, and abaca diseases

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Published by Commonwealth Mycological Institute in Kew, Eng .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bananas -- Diseases and pests.,
  • Abaca (Plant) -- Diseases and pests.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementby R. H. Stover.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB608.B16 S76
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 316 p.
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5343646M
    ISBN 100851980880
    LC Control Number72197848


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(Robert Harry), Banana, plantain, and abaca diseases. Kew, Eng., Commonwealth Mycological Institute, Banana, plantain and abaca diseases. Abstract The and abaca diseases book changes in cultural and shipping practices in the banana industry in the last 10 yr have led to the need to produce a new and up-to-date appraisal of diseases and their control.

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Banana diseases, including plantains and abaca / C. Banana Wardlaw; Banana, plantain, and abaca diseases, by R. Stover; Diseases of the banana and of the Manila hemp plant, by Plantain. Wardlaw; Report on a plant virus disease survey in the. This book plantain a comprehensive guide to the large number of diseases, disorders and injuries that can cause severe economic losses to banana, and abaca diseases book, abaca and enset crops.

Most of the diseases are described and illustrated in colour, making the book valuable as a diagnostic tool. It also provides information on the fungi, bacteria 5/5(1). Panama disease (or Fusarium wilt) is a plant disease that infects banana plants (Musa spp.).

It is a wilting disease caused by the fungus Fusarium oxysporum f. pathogen is resistant to fungicides and its control is limited to phytosanitary measures. During the s, a first outbreak of Panama disease almost wiped out the commercial Gros Michel banana Causal agents: Fusarium oxysporum cubense.

This book replaces an earlier title, Banana, plantain and abaca diseases by R. Stover,and follows much the same format. Following an introductory chapter on banana and abacá (Musa spp.) and enset (Ensete spp.), fungal diseases of the foliage are described first, followed by those of the root, corm and pseudostem.

Chapters on fungal diseases of fruit, bacterial. This book provides a comprehensive guide to the large number of diseases, disorders and injuries that can cause severe economic Banana to banana, plantain, abaca and enset crops. Most of the diseases are described and illustrated in colour, Banana the book valuable Banana a diagnostic tool.

It also provides information on the fungi, bacteria. Handbook of diseases of banana, abacá and enset Jones, Plantain R. Year: Language: english Pages: / Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

This book provides a comprehensive guide to the large number of diseases, disorders and injuries that can cause severe economic losses to banana, plantain, abaca and enset crops. Most of the diseases are described and illustrated in colour, plantain the book valuable as a diagnostic tool.5/5(1).

This book provides a comprehensive guide to the large number of diseases, disorders and injuries that can cause severe economic losses to banana, plantain, abaca and enset crops. Most of the diseases are described and illustrated in colour, making the book valuable as a diagnostic : Babuviruses: Banana bunchy top virus.

Banana bunchy top disease is one of the most economically important diseases in many banana- and plantain-producing regions in tropical and subtropical Asia, Australia, Europe, and Africa. The disease was first reported in Fiji infollowed by Taiwan (), Egypt (), and Australia in Introduction to banana, abaca and enset there are many other fungal species causing banana or plantain leaf which is currently considered as one of the most destructive banana diseases in.

This volume is a comprehensive reference to the diseases that attack bananas, plantains, and the closely related abaca and enset. It covers fungal, bacterial, viral, and nematode diseases and includes chapters on postharvest diseases, nutritional deficiencies, injury, genetic abnormalities, and breeding for disease resistance.

Banana and plantain are also known to be susceptible to five other viruses of minor significance, such as Abaca mosaic virus, Abaca bunchy top virus, Banana mild mosaic virus, Banana virus X, and Cucumber mosaic virus. Studies over the past years have contributed to important knowledge on disease biology, distribution, and by: BANANA RIPENING: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE Dr.

Scot Nelson Plant Pathologist Stover, R.H. Banana, plantain and abaca diseases. Commonwealth Mycological Institute, Kew, Surrey, England. Nitrogen (N) deficiency Banana fruit diseases and disorders.

SYMPTOMS: Blackening and rotting. Abstract. Banana and plantain (Musa spp.) are grown in more than countries (Anon., ) and are a major source of carbohydrate for more than million people (Swennen et al, ).The progenitors of almost all domesticated Musa are two wild species, Musa acuminata and M.

balbisiana, whose genomes are represented using the letter codes A and B, by: 5. Bananas and plantains are major fruit crops in the tropics and subtropics, making a vital contribution to the economies of many countries. In the last 15 years, substantial changes have occurred in banana production, among them the increased importance of fungal and viral diseases and their serious impact on Cavendish export cultivars, smallholder plantains and.

Banana and plantain (Musa spp.) are among the world's major food crops, and provide a staple food for millions of people in the developing world. By the s, climate is expected to become less suitable for banana production in many tropical lowland areas and more suitable in many sub‐tropical and highland by: Two other viruses known to infect Musa, banana bract mosaic virus (BBMV) and abaca mosaic virus, have not been found in Africa.

The viruses infecting Musa differ in their biology, mode of transmission and epidemiology, and these differences have important practical implications for the control of the diseases caused by these by: 6.

According to Jones, D. Banana, plantain and abaca diseases by R. Stover,and follows much the same format. Following an introductory chapter on banana and abacá (Musa spp.) and enset (Ensete spp.), fungal diseases of the foliage are described first, followed by those of the root, corm and pseudostem.

Valmayor, R. Banana and Plantain R&D in Asia and the Pacific. Proceedings of a regional consultation on banana and plantain R&D networking, November, Manila, INIBAP, Montpellier, France. Google ScholarCited by: The black spot disease has been reported in Florida attacking banana and plantain (3).

To our knowledge, this is the first description of the presence of the disease on field-grown banana in Georgia. In recent years, increasing efforts have been made in Georgia in the search of banana cultivars suitable of commercial production in the coastal.

Plantain (Bot) A treelike perennial herb (Musa paradisiaca) of tropical regions, bearing immense leaves and large clusters of the fruits called Musa.; n Plantain (Bot) Any plant of the genus Plantago, but especially the Plantago major, a low herb with broad spreading radical leaves, and slender spikes of minute is a native of Europe, but now found near the.

Banana and plantain are known to be susceptible to five more other viruses of minor significance, such as Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), Abaca bunchy top virus (ABTV), Banana mild mosaic virus (BMMV), Banana virus X (BVX), and Abaca mosaic virus (AMV).Author: Deepak Som, Preeti juyal, Manjusha Tyagi, Neha Chauhan, Arun Kumar, Chhaya Singh, Shahana Jabi, Nave.

This book offers a comprehensive review of diseases of important tropical and some subtropical fruit crops. The history, distribution, importance, etiology, epidemiology and control of diseases of each host crop are covered, along with brief summaries on the taxonomy, origins and characteristics of each host.

A technical guide book of banana 1. A TECHNICAL GUIDE BOOK OF BANANA AUTHOR: SYED IJLAL AHMED WALEED 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENTS 1 Acknowledgment 2 Abstract 3 World history of banana 4 Amazing botanical fact 5 Growth cycle of banana 6 Agronomic requirements of banana 7 Organic production 8 Varieties of banana on.

The yield response of four popular banana cultivars from southeast Asia to infection with a population of Radopholus similis collected from banana in Davao, Philippines, was investigated in a microplot experiment.

Bunch weight reduction of nematode-infected plants ranged from 25 to 68% for all four southeast Asian banana cultivars and Grand Nain (AAA), the susceptible Cited by: 1. nutrients in bananas can boost health and prevent diseases eating bananas may viral diseases banana selvarajan r 02 10 banana and plantain are important fruit crops grown in the tropical and.

Contributor By: Wilbur Smith Media Publishing PDF ID c The University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) is a federal-state-county partnership dedicated to developing knowledge in agriculture, human and natural resources, and the life sciences, and enhancing and sustaining the quality of human life by making that information accessible.

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Susan Coolidge. Abridged. Roads and Travelling; Somi Builds a. Banana is a monoecious plant having male flowers at the tip of inflorescence and female flowers behind. The fruit of banana or plantain is a product of parthenocarpy and characterised as berry with a leathery outer peel that contains much collenchyma (Daniells et al., ).

The fruits are formed in layers called combs or hands, consisting of. The Australian banana industry faces serious threats from a range of destructive pests and diseases. Strict controls on the movement and planting of bananas help to prevent the spread of serious banana diseases such as Banana Bunchy Top Virus, black Sigatoka and Fusarium wilt (also known as Panama disease).

To protect the industry against theFile Size: 1MB. [email protected] offers two types of news: analytical pieces that put news in context (News and analysis) and a selection of links to online news ().It also has a community blog (Under the peel) and tells stories with photos (In pictures).To find out about schorlaships, calls for proposals, conferences and other opportunities, check out our notice board (Announcements).

Dr Stover was an authority on all diseases that affect this crop, as was testified by his text, Banana, Plantain and Abaca Diseases (Stover, ). This book was the foremost reference on these diseases until the recent publication of Diseases of.

Panama disease, or Fusarium wilt, pdf most serious disease in banana cultivation, is caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. pdf. cubense (FOC) and has led to great economic losses worldwide.

One effective way to combat this disease is by enhancing host plant resistance. The cerato-platanin protein (CPP) family is a group of small secreted cysteine-rich proteins in filamentous fungi. Cited by: 2.