- Tricyclazole is a
systematic fungicide, absorbed rapidly by the roots and foliage and
translocated in the xylem and apoplast within the plant.
- The minimum inhibition
concentration (MIC) of hyphal melanization was adopted to detect the
sensitivity of M. grisea to tricyclazole.
- Kitzin P-resistant and
carbendazim-resistant mutants were recovered both through chemical
taming and UV irradiation, but none of tricyclazole-resistant mutant
- Monosporascus cannonballus
causes root rot and vine decline in muskmelons and watermelons.
- Tricyclazole in
potato-dextrose agar (PDA) cultures blocked melanin biosynthesis by
the wild types but had little effect on hexaketide production by the
- Triazoles compounds contain
a ring composed of two carbon atoms and three nitrogen atoms.
- A systemic fungicide,
RH-124(4-n-butyl-1, 2, 4-triazole, BT), has been introduced as an
experimental fungicide, possessing high selective activity against
brown rust of wheat.
- Tricyclazole has excellent
systemic properties in rice and is highly effective in field, but
requires high concentration of fungicide to inhibit growth in vitro
of Pyricularia oryzae.
- Grain yield and grain
milling quality as affected by blast diseases (Pyricularia grisea)
were observed in fields where two systems of cultural practices were
- Fungicide (tricyclazole)
sprayed different times at the panicle emergence stage in the old
practice plots to control neck blast, but was not effective, while
in recommended practices fungicide sprays to control neck blast was
effective with less severity of neck blast.
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