BSPP Pathogen Information Sheet – (Chalara) Ash Dieback
This resource has been produced by the British Society for Plant Pathology (BSPP). This sheet describes the fungal plant pathogen formerly known as Chalara. Our Pathogen Information Sheets provide accurate descriptions (reviewed by scientists) of named plant diseases, that appear on current GCSE and A-level specifications. These single A4-sheets are designed in a set format covering pathogen description, mode of infection, symptoms, disease spread, control, detection, interesting facts, links to further reading. Each sheet includes a high-quality image of the pathogen/symptoms. . NOTE: although not adopted by the specifications, this disease is now known as Hymenoscyphus fraxineus
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|Tags||Fungus, plant disease, plant health, plant pathology, communicable diseases, Ash Dieback, Chalara, edexcel, OCR (B)|
|Age||14-16, 16-19, FE/HE|
|Last updated||18 May 2017|