Format. Authors: September 2006; Mycological Progress 5(3):139-1^53; DOI: 10.1007/s11557-006-0509-6. Uncinula on Carpinus species. Burr., E. tuckeri Berk., U. americana Howe and U. spiralis Berk. Verspreiding en ecologie van Meeldauw (Erysiphe necator) Taxonomie/morfologie: Groep: Gemengde morfologische en taxonomische groepsindeling (Standaardlijst 2013 p. 25-26) Ascomyceten, erysiphoïd (meeldauwen) (Aer) NMV soortcode: Soortcode in NMV Standaardlijst 2013 1102030 Large quantities of fungicides are used for its control, accelerating the incidence of fungicide-resistance. [syn. Taxonomy - Erysiphe necator associated ourmia-like virus 10 (SPECIES) ))) Map to UniProtKB (1) Unreviewed (1) TrEMBL. Erysiphe necator / Oïdium. ampelopsidis was found on Parthenocissus spp. Copy number variations (CNVs) are unbalanced changes in the structure of the genome that have been associated with complex traits. Meeldauw, echte meeldauw of witziekte is de meest algemene schimmelinfectie op wijndruiven maar goed preventief te behandelen door het gebruik van spuitzwavel. Erysiphe necator var. Family Erysiphaceae, Erysiphe necator Schw. Powdery mildew, caused by the obligate biotrophic fungus Erysiphe necator, is an economically important disease of grapevines worldwide. THE NCBI Taxonomy database allows browsing of the taxonomy tree, which contains a classification of organisms. Sumst. Taxonomy: The most widely accepted classification follows. Erysiphe necator Name Synonyms Acrosporium tuckeri (Berk.) & Curt; anamorph Oidium tuckeri Berk.]. Erysiphe necator var. Appressoria lobed or multilobled, single or paired. Uncinula necator (Schw.) Pseudoidium tuckeri (Berk.) mycelium amphigenous, also on the fruits, mostly dispersed, almost persistent. Y.S.Paul & J.N.Kapoor Uncinula americana Howe Uncinula ampelopsidis Peck, 1872 Uncinula necator … Wanneer de op het hout overwinterende schimmel rijpe sporen heeft … Where both occur in the same vineyard, group A is rarely found late in the epidemic. The cause of this pattern is unclear, but Miazzi et al. Phylogeny and taxonomy of powdery mildew fungi of Erysiphe sect. Erysiphe necator populations in most of the vineyards sampled in Italy and France are composed of only one group (Miazzi et al., 2008; Montarry et al., 2008, 2009). ampelopsidis (Peck) U.Braun & S.Takam., 2000 Oidium tuckeri Berk. gall.