Parasitic diseases and plant pathogens
Plant pathogens that are caused by pathogenic microorganisms. These organisms include fungi, bacteria, and viruses. About 85% of all plant diseases are caused by fungi. At one time fungi were considered to be types of plants. Indeed, mycology, the scientific study of fungi, is still done today in botany departments. However, in modern biology, fungi are not considered plants. They are placed in their own Kingdom (Mycota, for the serious biologists out there), with equivalent status to the familiar Animal and Plant Kingdoms.
Most phytopathogenic fungi belong to the Ascomycetes and the Basidiomycetes.
The fungi reproduce both sexually and asexually via the production of spores and other structures. Spores may be spread long distances by air or water, or they may be soil borne. Many soil inhabiting fungi are capable of living saprotrophic ally, carrying out the part of their life cycle in the soil. These are known as facultative saprotrophs
- Plant pathogenic bacteria
- Plant pathogenic fungi
- Plant pathogenic viruses
- Plant disease resistance
- Pests that effect plant health
- Parasitic Plants
- Evolution of parasites
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- Aqua culture parasites and risk of human health.
- Helminthology of parasites.
- Medical entomology and fisheries biology.
- Medical parasitology and parasitic infections.
- Molecular biology of parasites and sexually transmitted infections
- Plant parasitic nematodes.
- Structural and marine parasitology.
- Bacterial STDs
- Fungal STD
- Agriculture and veterinary parasitology.
- Approaches to control parasitic diseases, STD and hiv
- Ecological and Systematic Parasitology
- Experimental Immunoparasitology
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
- Introduction to parasitology and Stds
- New strategy for STDs prevention and control
- parasite ecology and population genetics
- Parasitic diseases and plant pathogens
- Parasitic STD
- Plant microbe symbiosis
- Protozoan Parasites
- Protozoology of parasitology
- Sexually transmitted parasites.
- Sexually transmitted parasitic diseases
- Significance of parasitology
- Tropical Parasitology
- Tuberculosis &Malaria-Diagnosis, prevention
- Vaccines for Hepatitis A & Hepatitis B
- Vaccines; drugs development and control measures
- Vector-borne Diseases- rapid diagnosis of Ebola & zika virus
- Viral STDs
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