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Principles of Plant Pathology
Topic 1 Oomycota
Topic 2 Ascomycota
Topic 3 Symptoms And Signs
Topic 4 Disease Management
Topic 5 Terminology
Topic 6 Mycology
Jeopardy OomycotaAscomycota Symptoms And Signs Disease Management Terminology Mycology Final Jeopardy! 300
Oomycota for $100 The sexual spore of the Oomycota.
Oomycota for $100 Correct Question: What is an oospore?
Oomycota for $200 One of the two survival spores or structures of the Oomycota.
Oomycota for $200 Correct Question: What is a chlamydospore or oospore.
Oomycota for $300 The motile spore that typically infects the host.
Oomycota for $300 Correct Question: What are zoospores?
Oomycota for $400 The hyphae in the Oomycota lack this structure, resulting in the organisms in this group being referred to as coenocytic.
Oomycota for $400 Correct Question: What are septations?
Oomycota for $500 Present in cell walls of true fungi, cell walls of organisms in the Oomycota do not contain this ingredient
Oomycota for $500 Correct Question: What is chitin?
Ascomycota for $100 Sexual spore produced in asci
Ascomycota for $100 Correct Question: What are ascospores?
Daily Double Question The two structures pictured here that give rise to apothecia.
Daily Double Answer What is a mummy and a sclerotium?
Ascomycota for $300 The overwintering structure for powdery mildew fungi
Ascomycota for $300 Correct Question: What are chasmothecia or cleistothecia?
Ascomycota for $400 The asexual spore responsible for secondary infections in diseases caused by Ascomycota.
Ascomycota for $400 Correct Question: What are condia?
Ascomycota for $500 Type of epidemic caused by the Dutch elm disease and chestnut blight pathogens.
Ascomycota for $500 Correct Question: What is polyetic?
Symptoms and Signs for $100 Yellowing caused by loss of chlorophyll
Symptoms and Signs for $100 Correct Question: What is chlorosis?
Symptoms and Signs for $200 My presence is used in diagnosis of disease
Symptoms and Signs for $200 Correct Question: What are signs?
Symptoms and Signs for $300 A localized area of necrosis.
Symptoms and Signs for $300 Correct Question: What is a lesion?
Symptoms and Signs for $400
Symptoms and Signs for $400 Correct Question: What are galls and teliospores?
Symptoms and Signs for $500 The period of time between infection and symptom development.
Symptoms and Signs for $500 Correct Question: What is incubation period?
Disease Management for $100 A compound that inhibits or kills fungi.
Disease Management for $100 Correct Question: What is a fungicide?
Disease Management for $200 A cultural control practice that uses the planting of different crops over time to reduce pathogen inoculum
Disease Management for $200 Correct Question: What is crop rotation?
Disease Management for $300 Use of one organism to eliminate or control another organism.
Disease Management for $300 Correct Question: What is a biocontrol?
Disease Management for $400 Removal of infected plants to prevent pathogen spread.
Disease Management for $400 Correct Question: What is roguing?
Disease Management for $500 An effective treatment based on virus infection of a pathogen that controlled Chestnut Blight in Europe but not North America.
Disease Management for $500 Correct Question: What is hypovirulence?
Terminology for $100 Death of cells or tissue, usually accompanied by black or brown discoloration.
Terminology for $100 Correct Question: What is necrosis?
Terminology for $200 A living organism able to transmit or disseminate a pathogen leading to a spread of a disease.
Terminology for $200 Correct Question: What is a vector?
Terminology for $300 An organism that can live and multiply only on living cells; sometimes used as a synonym of obligate parasite.
Terminology for $300 Correct Question: What is a biotroph?
Terminology for $400 A site in or on a host plant where infection of host cells can occur.
Terminology for $400 Correct Question: What is an infection court?
Terminology for $500 The percentage of plants affected by a disease within a population.
Terminology for $500 Correct Question: What is disease incidence?
Mycology for $100 A mass of hyphae.
Mycology for $100 Correct Question: What is a colony or mycelium?
Mycology for $200 Genus of pathogen that causes damping-off disease.
Mycology for $200 Correct Question: What is Rhizoctonia?
Mycology for $300 Members of this group of fungus- like organisms cause downy mildew diseases.
Mycology for $300 Correct Question: What are oomycetes?
Mycology for $400 A fungal structure that absorbs nutrients from living cells.
Mycology for $400 Correct Question: What is a haustorium?
Mycology for $500 The sexual stage in the life cycle of a fungus.
Mycology for $500 Correct Question: What is the teleomorph stage?
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Final Jeopardy Question
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