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Codling Moth Prefers Apple to Walnut Dry Creek Labs, Modesto, CA apples. The larvae are then killed when they eat the apples. The apples are not sold, and th Significant Loss of Global Agricultural Production
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Pathogens: Invasive Organisms That Enter and Reproduce Within Plant Body Bacteria Fungi Viruses Generate Plant ‘Diseases’ – Set of Symptoms of Infection (same Disease can be Caused by Different Pathogens
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Plant Diseases ‘Spot’ – Localized Areas of Dead Tissue on Leaves, Fruits, or Flowers. Non-Lethal, Reduces Productivity (bacterial or fungal) Black Leaf Spot
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‘Soft Rots’ – Black, Slimy Bacterial or Fungal Infections Typically Affecting Storage Organs or Fruits
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‘Wilts’ – Bacterial Infection of Vessel Elements Blocks Flow of Water Downstream of Infection Cucumber Beetle Can be Introduced by Chewing Insects
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Smuts & Rusts Fungal Infections by Species within the Family Basidiomycota (same a table mushrooms). Fungal Mycelia Impregnate Host, Fungal Spores Often Produced on Flowers Corn Smut (consider culinary delicacy by some) Apple Rust
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Necroses that Kill Plant within a Single Growing Season. Southern Corn Blight
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course NTSC 107 taught by Professor Peterson during the Spring '11 term at Loyola Chicago.

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