Answer Table Plant Pathology



ANSWER TABLE



(#1). a- parenchymatous tissues. (#2). b- Xanthomonas axonopodas pv. citri. (#3). c- when bacteria attacks on stems. (#4). a- xanthomas and other bacteria. (#5). b- citrus canker. (#6). c- both a and b. (#7). d- nematode. (#8). a- semi-root parasite. (#9). d- all of the above. (#10). a- Maharastra.



(#11). b- rice. (#12). b- phytophthora infastans. (#13). c- Nilgiri. (#14). P. nicotianae. (#15). d- both a and b. (#16). d- burning of affected trees. (#17). c- Phyllocnistis citrella. (#18). a- USA. (#19). a- molybdenum. (#20). a- tomato early blight.


(#21). b- P. syringae. (#22). b- soil bacterium. (#23). b- Thioquinolobactin. (#24). a- Pyoverdine. (#25). c- P. tolaasii. (#26). a- Bacteria. (#27). b- Fungus. (#28). a- Bacterial leaf blight. (#29). c- Both a and b. (#29). a- Kufri swarna and kufri thenmalai. (#30). d- Every shoot of plant.


(#31). a- Entyloma Oryzae. (#32). d- all of the above. (#33). c- Occurs in same area year after year. (#34). b- Wheat. (#35). b- Rice. (#36). a- Gibberella fujikuroi. (#37). b- Loose smut. (#38). b- Irish Famine. (#39). c- Potato. (#40). Rice.


(#41). a- Fungus. (#42). d- Vanderplank. (#43). c- 11%. (#44). d- 12%.

45.a
46.c


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