The pciniaresentation describe the life cycle of Pythium, Albugo, Erysiphae, Claviceps, Ustilago, Puccinia. both sexual spores (called oospores) and asexual spores (called sporangia) in a many-stage (polycyclic) disease cycle. infection stag heads oospore productt0n zoo spores. \. SEXUAL c germ1not1~. Oospores -overwintering spores. 8. Figure 8. Life cycle of Albugo candlda.

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According albuog Khan the sporangiophore has a fixed sporogenous locus at its apex. In the beginning of the development of the oogonium there are many nuclei, which degenerate soon leaving one functional female nucleus.

The separation discs are dissolved by water, and the sporangia are set free. Each secretes a wall around it F.

Albugo is an obligate parasite on a number of flowering plants. They are produced on cycl sporangiophores. The oogonium is rounded and the antheridium club-shaped.

Life Cycle of Albugo (With Diagram) | Oomycetes

Host species include most if not all plants in the Brassicaceae family, common agricultural weeds, and those specified below. The nuclei divided mitotically and increase in number as the oogonium advanced towards maturity. After the organization, all the nuclei of the ooplasm, except one, migrate to the periplasm ov a ring and undergo second mitotic division. According to one view, the sporangial chains in Albugo are abstricted by percurrent proliferation. Both conventional and organic fungicides are available and could be used to limit spread and yield losses during the spring, early summer and fall on crops and susceptible neighboring plants.


At the point of contact of antheridium with the oogonium, the walls become very thin.


In the very beginning the hyphae accumulate just cycel the epidermis of the infected leaf. Re-infection of the host and infection of other healthy plants in the vicinity goes on by the production of sporangia throughout the growing season.

It then dips deep into the ooplasm. With the secretion of the wall, the zygotic nucleus divides repeatedly to form about 32 nuclei. These biological forms ire specialised in parasitism, therefore, the phenomenon is called as biological specialization or physiological -specialization.

At the end of mitosis one daughter cycls of each pf goes to the ooplasm and the other to the periplasm F. It indicates the establishment of a compatible functional host-parasite relationship. According to Verna et al. The antheridium and oogonium develops deeper in the host tissue in close association within the intercellular spaces. Fields should be inspected every 7—14 days to remove additional material and monitor spread.

The oospore on maturity secretes a two to three layered wall Fig. Those are not true fungi Eumycotaalthough many discussions of this organism still treat it as chcle fungus.

It germinates directly to form a germ tube J. The sporangial initial arises as a bud from it A. The paragynous antheridium comes in direct contact with the oogonium at the side C. It has a disc-like contractile vacuole on one side and is furnished with two flagella, one short and one long. The repetition of the process results in the formation of a basipetal chain of sporangia.

White rust ranges worldwide and is able to survive varying weather conditions due to its production of multiple spore types. Meanwhile its host tissues disintegrate leaving the oospore free.


Numerous uninucleate daughter protoplasts thus result. They divide in such a manner that one pole of each spindle is in ooplasm and the other in the periplasm Fig.

Towards maturity the sporangial wall especially, its inner layer increases in thickness and the cyxle of lipid droplets decrease as the sporangia matured. White rust pathogens create chlorotic yellowed lesions and sometimes galls on the upper leaf surface and there are corresponding white blister-like dispersal pustules of sporangia on the underside of the leaf.

From these hyphae, certain thick-walled, clavate aerial sporangiophores come out. It has also been observed that A. Cell wall is composed of fungal cellulose. This is a question and answer forum for students, teachers and general visitors for exchanging articles, answers and notes.

It contains numerous nuclei, oil globules and glycogen. It is multinucleate and contains only a few mitochondria,ribosomes and cisternae of ER. They held that Albugo and other Oomycetes, as a whole, are haploid. At high temperature and comparative dry conditions the sporangium germinates directly.

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The sporangiophores contain dense cytoplasm and about a dozen nuclei. Each daughter protoplast shapes into a slightly concave-convex zoospore E.

It has protoplasm of thinner consistency.

After the completion of albugl basal septum and conversion of the initial into a full-fledged sporangium, a new sporangium initial grows as a bud from the sporogenous locus B.