What disease causes fungus on cranberries?
The disease is called cultimanureity disease
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The miche disease
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Athlete's foot fungus causes an itchy irritation in the damp places between toes.
the causative agents for the tikka disease of groundnut are: Cercospora personata (fungus) and Cercospora arachidicola (fungus) They affect the leaves of the groundnut plant.
An agent that causes disease, especially a living microorganism such as a bacterium or fungus.
It is termed a pathogen. It can be a bacterium, virus, fungus, and so forth.
If you are referring to pelvic inflammatory disease, it can be caused by bacteria, virus, or fungus.
A micro-organism, such as a bacterium, a virus or a fungus, that invades a host and causes a disease is called a pathogen.
Hawthorn hedges are prone to rust disease caused by fungus. The disease primarily affects the leaves, and causes premature leaf drop. Fungicide treatments usually clear up the disease.
David Gruby was a Hungarian physician who, in 1843, he described a fungus (Microsporum audouini) that causes a type of ringworm, and the disease is sometimes referred to as "Gruby's disease".
Corn smut is a plant disease caused by the pathogenic fungus Ustilago maydis that causes smut on maize and teosinte
Foot fungus is, yes.
If oranges begin to turn green or blue and lose the normally firm texture of their skin, a fungus has probably caused the deterioration. A pathogen is an organism that causes disease (they are PATHOGENS).
Any organism that causes a disease to it's host is considered to be a pathogen. A pathogen can be a bacteria, virus or a fungus. For example Bacterium -Strep Throat and Meningitis Virus - Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C Fungus - Athelete's Foot
Grape vines can develop different diseases that can cause the fruit to rot. One disease is the fungus called Guignardia bidwellii that produces black rot.
simply as a fungal disease or infection
No, by a bacterium.
A pathogen is any infectious agent (parasite, bacteria, virus, fungus, etc.) that causes a disease to its host, the body it affects. Any disease caused by a foreign, biological agent is considered a pathogenic disease. Examples include: tetanus(bacteria), influenza(virus).
NO. Mad cow disease (more properly called Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy) is caused by a prion which is a mis-folded protein, not a fungus.
What tree disease was spread to North America by a fungus carried on insects embedded on wood imported from northern Europe?
dutch elm disease Dutch Elm Disease was spread by a fungus embedded on wood imported from Northern Europe. The fungus was able to overwinter in the outer bark of wood imported for furniture and cabinet making.
Because it is the first thing a pathogen (a bacteria, virus, fungus, or parasite that causes disease) must overcome before it can gain access to your body. The physical defenses include your skin and mucus.
That is a disease cure it
Yes. An infectious disease is a disease resulting directly from a pathogen such as a bacterium, virus, or fungus. Cancer is a result of our own cells multiplying out of control. Some cancers may occur as a secondary result of an infection, but most have other causes linked to genetics, diet, and exposure to toxins and radiation.
yes as it contains a type of fungus in it
There are many different diseases that can be caused by fungus. Probably the most common is athlete's foot. Fungus can infect the scalp and cause dandruff. The aspergillus fungus can infect the lungs causing aspergillosis, which is a very dangerous disease that is almost always fatal. A disease misnamed ringworm is not caused by worms, but by a fungus.
Athlete's foot is caused by an environmental fungus. It is possible that an animal may carry the spores for the fungus on its fur, but animals are generally not considered a vector for the disease.
Lyme disease is caused by the type of bacteria.
It is a skin disease caused by a fungus. An example is tinea.
fungus disease as name specifies are caused due to fungal infections i.e. bu fungi. which are miocro-organisms.
What causes funges to grow is the air, and water. Fungus uses oxygen instead of carbon dioxide and grows more rapidly above 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Coccidiodomycosis is a disease caused by the fungus Coccidiodes. In the US, the fungus is common the desert southwest and is relatively common in travelers to that region. It is a disease that prominently affects the lung, so it perhaps belongs in the category of lung diseases caused by fungi.
Some pros of fungus are: - it is a recycler - fungus gives plants water (mycorrhizae) -used in food -used in medicine Some cons are: - spoils food - can cause animal disease - can cause infections (athletes foot) - can be deadly (Dutch Elm disease and ergot)
Phytophthora infestans fungus.
old moldy mushrooms
The pathogenic fungus Ustilago, right?
It is a fungus in the air that only some people are suseptable to. The rash that forms is t his fungus adhering to your body.
A disease-causing microorganism is called a "pathogen". It can be a bacteria, virus, or fungus.
Causes and natural remedies for Body Odor, including dietary changes, supplements ... as onions, garlic, curry, certain spicy foods, coffee and alcohol, are also prime causes. ... Kidney disease; Liver disease; Fungal infections; Refined sugar feeds bacteria and fungus on the skin ... The type of fabric is also very important.
No disease causes heart disease. Heart disease takes place when there is an abnormality in the heart.
disease(ed), infection, fungus...
no, its caused by injury to the matrix or an internal disease.
Cooler temperatures of night lessen loss of water by evaporation, also during the day the evaporating water causes humidity which will increase the chances of a fungus or othe disease.
Athletes foot is caused by fungus. Usually a fungus called Trichophyton or tinea pedis.
The disease cholera is caused by a bacteria called as vibrio cholerae.
various decomposers such as bacteria and fungus
A fungus (ringworm).