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Plant Pathology Daily One Liner Questions 19/05/2018


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Questions Answers
1Father of modern plant pathology ?Antone De Berry
2Bordeaux mixture was developed by ?
3Late blight of potato is caused by ?Phytophthora infestans
4 Bacteria used in biological control ?Pseudomonas Fluorescence
5Most of the plant viruses are ?SS RNA
6Papaya mosaic disease is ?Viral
7Ooze test is done for detecting ?Bacteria
8Carboxin is very effective against ?Smuts disease
9Generally viruses are composed of protein ?Nucleic acid
10Agar agar is produced by ?Nostoc
11The causal organism of black rust of wheat is  ?Puccinia graminis tritici
12White rust of cruciferous is caused by ?Albugo candida
13First transgenic Plant was developed in the world is ?Tobacco
14One of factors causing malformation of mango is ?
15The most effective fungicide​ of the control of powdery mildew ?Sulphur fungicide

Questions Answers
16 Downy mildew fungi belongs of order ?
17The incidence blast disease can be reduces by application of ?Silicon in rice
18Agar agar is obtained from ?Red Sea algae
19Crystallization of virus particles first obtained by ?Stanley 1935
20Smut fungi belongs to the genera ?Ustilaginales
21In rust fungi repeating spores are?Uredospores
22The first plant parasitic bacterium was discovered ?Fire blight of Apple
23The downy mildew of pearl millet is suppressed by ?Cl
24Loose smut pathogen of wheat is ?Internally seed Borne
25Generally viruses are composed of?
Nucleic acid and Protein
26Ergot is a mycelium form called ?Sclerotia
27Gram staining method in bacteria was given by ?Christian gram
28Most dangerous and poisonous mushroom is ?Amanita phalloides
29Purple blotch of onion is caused by ?Alternaria porri
30Portion of pathogen which is transferred to plant and cause disease ?Inoculums

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