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1 FRAC-Brasil activities

2 FRAC Brasil 1999 – Official start in Jaguariúna, São Paulo 1999 – Official start in Jaguariúna, São Paulo First Board Committee: First Board Committee: –Chairperson: Eric Guicherit (Novartis) –Vice Chairperson: Alberto Marçon (Du Pont) –Secretary: Sergio Paiva (Zeneca) –Treasury: Alexandre Frateschi (Dow)

3 FRAC Brasil 2009–20011 Board Committee –C–C–C–Chairperson: Carlos Medeiros (Basf) –V–V–V–Vice Chairperson: Rafael Pereira (Bayer) –S–S–S–Secretary: Elisa Basso (Syngenta) –T–T–T–Treasury: Olavo Correa (DowAgroSciences)

4 Membership R&D members from 12 companies (SINDAG members) R&D members from 12 companies (SINDAG members) –Arysta –Basf –Bayer –Cheminova –DowAgroSciences –DuPont –FMC –IharaBras –Milenia –NuFarm –Sipcam-Isagro –Syngenta

5 “Modus operandi” Meetings: two official per year (during Regional and National Plant Pathology Congress) Meetings: two official per year (during Regional and National Plant Pathology Congress) –approve activities and projects –approve/decision on expenses –each member has 2 representatives but only one votes per Company Board committee: eligible every 2 years (in August) Board committee: eligible every 2 years (in August) Annual fee: paid by members to support group activities (website, courses, books, etc.) Annual fee: paid by members to support group activities (website, courses, books, etc.) Projects: paid by FRAC-Brasil (25%) and Companies (75%). Projects: paid by FRAC-Brasil (25%) and Companies (75%).

6 Educational Projects Training sessions for technicians, dealers, undergraduate and graduate students; Training sessions for technicians, dealers, undergraduate and graduate students; Presentations on Research Institutions; Presentations on Research Institutions; Web Site (www.frac-brasil.org.br); Web Site (www.frac-brasil.org.br); FRAC International's Monograph (1, 2 and 3): translation to Portuguese finalized and in diagramming phase; FRAC International's Monograph (1, 2 and 3): translation to Portuguese finalized and in diagramming phase; Print of Mode of Actions FRAC International Poster's and distribution to Plant Pathologist Researchers: ongoing. Print of Mode of Actions FRAC International Poster's and distribution to Plant Pathologist Researchers: ongoing.

7 Monitoring sensitivity of Ramularia areola from cotton to QoIs, triazoles and benzimidazoles Status: Collaborators: Collaborators: –The Committee agreed that will be interesting looking for another researcher. Coordinators: Coordinators: –Elisa Basso (Syngenta) –Reginaldo Sene (Cheminova)

8 Monitoring sensitivity of Puccinia triticina from wheat to QoI and triazoles Status: ongoing Collaborators Collaborators –Erlei Melo Reis: Universidade de Passo Fundo (UPF) –Amarilis: OR Melhoramento de Sementes Ltda. Coordinators: Coordinators: –Alisson Celmer (Milenia) –Marssal Tamagnone (Sipcam Isagro) New results is being discussed New results is being discussed

9 Monitoring sensitivity of Phakopsora pachyrhizi from soybean to QoI and triazoles products Collaborators: Collaborators: –The Committee agreed that was interesting change the researchers. –FRAC-Brasil is finalizing agreements with the researchers. They will be announced soon. Coordinators: Coordinators: –Carlos Medeiros (Basf) –Christian Scherb (Nufarm) –Rafael Pereira (Bayer)

10 Results: Erlei Melo Reis: University of Passo Fundo (UPF) Erlei Melo Reis: University of Passo Fundo (UPF) season: 8 samples: season: 8 samples: –RS: Passo Fundo; GO: Jataí; Santa Helena; Rio Verde; SP: Holambra; Paulínia; MS: Chapadão do Sul; MT: Rondonópolis season: 19 samples season: 19 samples –BA: Luis Eduardo Magalhães (2); GO: Senador Canedo; Goiânia (2); MS: Dourados; Ponta Porã (2); MT: Campo Verde (2); Chapadão do Céu; Diamantina; Tangará da Serra; PR: Arapoti, Campo Mourão (2); Londrina, Ponta Grossa; SP: Holambra Sensibility Monitoring of Phakopsora pachyrhizi from soybean to QoI and triazoles products

11 Effect of substrata on germination of urediniospores and on length of germ tube of Phakopsora pachyrhizi (time of exhibition 6h; dark: 22°C)

12 Effect of temperature on urediniosporos germination of Phakopsora pachyrhizi (time of exhibition 6h; dark; agar- water)

13 Effect of temperature on urediniospores length of germ tube of Phakopsora pachyrhizi (time of exhibition 6h; dark; agar-water)

14 Effect of time of exhibition on germination of urediniospores of Phakopsora pachyrhizi (agar-water; dark; 22°C)

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16 Effect of time of exhibition on length of germ tube of Phakopsora pachyrhizi (agar-water; dark; 22°C)

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18 Effect of photoperiod and length of germ tube of Phakopsora pachyrhizi (agar-water; dark; 22°C; D=dark; L = light)

19 Effect of photoperiod and length of germ tube of Phakopsora pachyrhizi (ágar-water; dark; 22°C; D=dark; L = light)

20 Inhibitory concentration (mgL-1) of QoI fungicides to reduce 50% of uredospores of Phakopsora pachyrhizi, in vitro, (agar – water) 22°; time of exhibition 6h; absence of light.

21 Inhibitory concentration (mgL-1) of QoI fungicides to reduce 50% of growth of germ tubes from urediniospores of Phakopsora pachyrhizi in vitro (ágar – water) 22°; time of exhibition 6h; absence of light).

22 Inhibitory concentration (mgL-1) of QoI fungicides to reduce 50% of growth of number of lesions per cm 2 from Phakopsora pachyrhizi, sensitive isolate, in detached soybean leafs.

23 Inhibitory concentration (mgL-1) of QoI fungicides to reduce 50% of growth of number of pustules per cm2 from Phakopsora pachyrhizi, sensitive isolate, in detached soybean leafs.

24 Inhibitory concentration (mgL-1) of triazoles fungicides to reduce 50% of growth of number of lesions per cm 2 from Phakopsora pachyrhizi, sensitive isolate, in detached soybean leafs.

25 Inhibitory concentration (mgL-1) of triazoles fungicides to reduce 50% of growth of number of pustules per cm2 from Phakopsora pachyrhizi, sensitive isolate, in detached soybean leafs.

26 Sensibility Monitoring of Phakopsora pachyrhizi from soybean to QoI and triazoles products Results: Ricardo Balardin: University of Santa Maria (UFSM) Ricardo Balardin: University of Santa Maria (UFSM) season: 5 samples season: 5 samples – –SP: Est. Experimental Holambra; Paulínia (2) – –MT: Rondonópolis; Lucas do Rio Verde season: 12 samples season: 12 samples –BA: Luis Eduardo Magalhães (2) –GO: Chapadão do Céu; Goiânia; Senador Canedo –MS: Dourados –MT: Campo Verde; Lucas do Rio Verde –PR: Arapoti; Londrina; Ponta Grossa –SP: Holambra

27 Fungicides and letal dose capable to reduce 50% of uredias. Santa Maria 2009.

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