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Fusarium odoratissimum(FUSAC4)

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Pseudostem splitting one of the multiple symptoms of Fusarium wilt (Panama Disease)

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

SEM cature of hyphae of Fusarium odoratissimum (Fusarium Tropical Race 4)

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Cavendish plantation severely affected by Fusarium TR4 in the Philippines Burnt spots display places where plants were eliminated.

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Cavendish plantation severely affected by Fusarium TR4 in the Philippines Burnt spots display places where plants were eliminated.

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Cavendish plantation severely affected by Fusarium TR4 in the Philippines Burnt spots display places where plants were eliminated.

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Cavendish plantation severely affected by Fusarium TR4 in the Philippines Burnt spots display places where plants were eliminated.

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Micro Macro conidia under of Fusarium odoratissimum under microscope

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

SEM cature of hyphae of Fusarium odoratissimum (Fusarium Tropical Race 4)

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

SEM cature of hyphae of Fusarium odoratissimum (Fusarium Tropical Race 4)

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

SEM cature of hyphae of Fusarium odoratissimum (Fusarium Tropical Race 4)

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Rhizome displaying Internal symptoms of Fusarium tropical race 4

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Typical chlorosis and wilting caused by Fusarium Tropical Race 4

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Bioassays with Fusarium under greenhouse conditions

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Detail of an infected Cavendish banana plant displaying typical chlorosis

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Detail of the pseudostem of an infected suceptible banana plant.

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Detail of Cavendish banana plant affected by Fusarium odoratissimum in the Philippines

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Detail of Cavendish banana plant affected by Fusarium odoratissimum in the Philippines

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas

Detail of Cavendish banana plant affected by Fusarium odoratissimum in the Philippines

Courtesy: Fernando A. Garcia Bastidas