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Evaluating the inhibitory activity of synthetic anti-microbial peptides against Ustilago scitaminea, Fusarium verticillioides and Eldana saccharina



Evaluating the inhibitory activity of synthetic anti-microbial peptides against Ustilago scitaminea, Fusarium verticillioides and Eldana saccharina



Proceedings of the 80th Annual Congress of the South African Sugar Technologists' Association, Durban, South Africa, 18-20 July 2006: 307-310



Cultivars of sugarcane that show resistance to Ustilago scitaminea are more often than not susceptible to Eldana saccharina and vice versa. In addition, recent evidence suggests that Fusarium verticillioides, commonly found colonizing stalk tissue surrounding borings, positively influences the survival, growth and fecundity of E. saccharina.

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