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Communicable diseases: 10. Examples of viral, bacterial and fungal pathogen communicable diseases in plants

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(10) Examples of viral, bacterial and fungal pathogen communicable diseases in plants

These are described on my 'plant pages'

Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) is a virus that attacks plants, another is potato blight

Examples of fungal pathogen communicable diseases

Rose black spot is fungus that affects rose plants.

Chalara ash dieback is a fungus that infects ash trees.

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Be able to describe examples of pathogens that attack plants in terms of being communicable diseases.



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