Botrytis cinerea, a mould on vines

Botrytis cinerea, a mould on vines

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Credit: PHILIPPE GONTIER/EURELIOS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Botrytis cinerea. Gloved hands hold a petri dish containing the grey mould Botrytis cinerea, a fungus which attacks grapevines. Healthy leaves from a grapevine are seen. This grey mould is economically important in that it can destroy grape harvests and wine production. It is also a scourge affecting greenhouse crops such as tomatoes and soft fruits (strawberries and raspberries). Stored crops such as onions may also be spoiled. Research into new mechanisms to control this fungus by plant resistance is being conducted. Photographed at the Institute of the Vine and Wine, University of Bourgogne, France.

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Keywords: botrytis, botrytis cinerea, causing vine spoilage, economically importan, eumycota, fungal, fungi, fungus, grape fungus, grape mould, grey mould, mold, mould, mouldy, mycology, nature, petri dish, plant disease, vine fungus, wine

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