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First report of leaf spot of Smilax china caused by Alternaria longipes in China

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Title: First report of leaf spot of Smilax china caused by Alternaria longipes in China
Author: Long, Y.; Hsiang, T.; Huang, J.
Abstract: Smilax china is a small perennial plant belonging to the Liliaceae frequently ound in the warm temperate mountainous or hilly regions across astern Asia. It is a commonly used Chinese herbal medicine. Leaf spot of . china as been found to be a destructive disease in Tongcheng County, ubei, China, where this plant is extensively cultivated. Symptoms were bserved on infected leaves and fruits from 2006 to 2008 in a plantation stablished in 2002. Up to 70% of the plants in the areas surveyed showed evere leaf spot symptoms each year.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/2400
Date: 2009
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Related Publications: Long, Y., Hsiang, T., and Huang, J. "First report of leaf spot of Smilax china caused by Alternaria longipes in China." Plant Pathology 58 (2009): 800


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