Apple scab is a disease of Malus trees, is caused by a fungus. Inaequalis undergoes sexual reproduction in the leaf litter. Potassium bicarbonate is an effective fungicide against apple scab. Researchers hope to use cisgenic techniques to introduce these genes. The software simulates the biological processes of ascospore maturation. The processes are displayed provide information on the course. Spores mature become released in the course of spring. The area represents the amount of ascospore, decreases because the ascopores. The infection agent was adapted to aggressive, rigorous weather conditions during a short, primary infection period. Scab occurs in most apple, is caused by a related fungus.
Disease of Malus trees