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Crop Disease and Management

1. History and Importance of Plant Bacteriology
2. General Characters of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria
3. Classification of Phytopathogenic Bacteria
4. Gram Positive, Irregular Rods and Filamentous Bacteria
5. Symptom Caused byPhytopathogenic Bacteria
6. Mode of Entry of Bacteria in Plants
7. Important Phytopathogenic Bacteria
8. Perpetuation of Bacteria
9. Transmission (Dissemination) of Bacteria
10. Management of Bacterial Diseases
11. Definition and Characteristics of Virus
12. History of PlantVirology
13. Economic Importance of Plant Viruses
14. Morphology of Viruses
15. Properties of Plant Virus
16. Distribution and Movement of Viruses in Plant
17. Virus and its Antibody are Brought Together in Several Ways
18. Symptoms of Plant Viruses
19. Definition of Latent Viruses and Masked Symptoms
20. Transmission of PlantViruses
21. Natural Modes of Transmission of Viruses
22. Control of Plant Viruses
23. Mycoplasma like Organisms Or Pleuro Pneumonia like Organisms (PPLO)
24. Characteristics of Mycoplasma like Organisms (MLOs)
25. Mycoplasma like Organism of Plant
26. Symptoms Produced by Mycoplasma like Organisms (MLOs) in Plants
27. Transmission of Mycoplasms like Organisms (MLOs)
28. Disease Caused by Mycoplasma like Organisms (MLOs)
29. General Control Measures of Mycoplasma like Organisms
30. Comparison between Mycoplasma and Virus
31. Non Parasitic Diseases – Definition and General Characteristics
32. Factors Responsible for Non Parasitic Disease
33. Plant Disease Due to Lack of Minerals
34. Flowering Plant of Parasites and Its Classification
35. Complete Stem Parasite - Dodder
36. Complete Root Parasite - Broom Rape
37. Partial Stem Parasite - Loranthus or Bandgul
38. Partial Root Parasite - Striga