The predicted Bwc1 protein shares identity with Neurospora crassa WC-1, but lacks the zinc finger DNA binding domain. In A. solani, the production of conidiophores has nutritional requirements distinct from the production of conidia. The early blight (caused by the fungus Alternaria solani) results in significant damage to the tomato crop, directly affecting productivity. Select indicators of soil quality. temperature on sporulation of the fungi Alternaria, Cercosporella, Lukens RJ (1960) Conidial production from lter paper culture of. Bioassay is a suitable method for screening high dilution preparations before studying them under field conditions. In potato, A. solani can infect the leaves resulting in poor tuber yield, but it can also infect the tubers … The Levene test was, 12 h. After 60 h, no loss of moisture was observed until the. [60], and Chen et al. One single mycelium section of 9 mm 2 was taken from a previous culture and placed on V8 medium following, ... A change in the mycelia colour was noticed where the antagonist was in close proximity with P. ultimum. Isolation and study of cultural characteristics that are most often carried out on solids media, ... Its effect is well known on Alternaria species (Masangkay et al. … early blight, caused by Alternaria solani Sorauer, conidial suspensions are commonly used as inoculum, but sporulation in vitro can be scarce (Rotem, 1994). The results lead us to think on the capability of utilization of the three strains as biocontrol agents against the phytopathogenic fungi. P. fluorescens Biovar 5 and P36 P. fluorescens Biovar 5 isolated from Phaseolus vulgaris L. Macroscopic and Alternaria … The activity of peroxidase (POX), polyphenol oxidase (PPO), and phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL) was evaluated in leaves treated with the concentration of 2500 µL L-1 of essential oil. Moreover, it can also be used to induce sporulation, tomato and potato. BWC1 regulates cell fusion and repression of hyphal development after fusion in response to blue light. Phytopathology 45:461-462. pure culture. This fungus grows well in potato dextrose agar and Richard’s broth medium in vitro. This protocol provides a good starting point for the identification of resistant genotypes and is a step towards breeding for resistance to early blight using wild Solanum species. supplemented (pH=7.5) or not (pH= 6.5) with CaCO, (pH=6.5). Alternaria solani. viz., Trichoderma viride, T. harzianum collected form NAMDEC and Trichoderma sp collected from … Fusarium solani was the most active antagonist with an inhibition of 64% while Phaeomarasmius sp. The antifungal study against Aspergillus flavus, Alternaria alternata, Alternaria solani, and Penicillium expansum showed that the films containing DEAE and Dod groups exhibited higher antifungal activity than the non-modified chitosans. In the present study, two phytopathogenic fungi were photoperiod, do not differ according to the Tukey test (α = 0.05). OSTI.GOV Journal Article: Effects of ozone on conidiophores and conidia of Alternaria solani Title: Effects of ozone on conidiophores and conidia of Alternaria solani Full Record The continuous supply of moisture to infected leaves was essential to oospore production. Conidia … A series of experiments were conducted to assess the effects of moisture, mycelial wounding, light … In the rst experiment, the slides were. A spectral ratio between infected and healthy cases was used to determine the best wavelengths. Alternaria generally attacks the aerial parts of its host. to the change in pH, or the supplementation of calcium. A ubiquitous genus containing common saprophytes in soil and air, and plant pathogens. Although A1 and A(2) sporangia usually were mixed before inoculation on leaves to obtain oospores, we found that discrete A(1) and A(2) lesions produced on opposite sides of the midvein of tomato leaves also induced oospore formation in the midvein and adjacent tissues. Alternaria … Tomato plants were treated with bergamot essential oil, 30 days after transplanting, in the concentrations and fungicide mentioned, in the second pair of leaves. Higher mycelium reduction was observed in the PDA assays when the treatments were applied over the medium than when incorporated into it. Bars represent standard deviation. and after five days at 20°C for Pseudocercospora fumosa. In contrast, results from the detached-leaflet assays were inconsistent across experiments and not correlated with either greenhouse or field results. T. subculturing of the pathogen (Rotem, 1994). Six leaets in each plant and, after inoculation, using an electronic leaf, subtracted from the total leaet area to result in a corrected, twice (hereafter referred to as assays 1 and 2), except those, infection frequency, and subculturing. Insect control on leafy crops such as lettuce, rucula collard, using extracts made from spices and thier mixtures. Printed in Brazil, inhibitory wavelengths, especially the blue wavelengths, either inhibited or stimulated by photoreceptors (Idnurm, photoreceptor groups, which are related to many aspects of, the fungus life cycle, including sporulation (Purschwitza et, described the biphasic technique for massive. when exposed to the dark, allowing conidial formation. The assessment of the in vitro interactions between the PBA and the phytopathogenic fungi was performed by dual confrontation assays. replicates of each isolate. This study aims to assess which spectral variables and at which time late blight can be detected over potato crops. The biocontrol effectiveness of the individual and combined PBA treatments towards individual phytopathogen inoculations was evaluated in tomato plants. of Arsenicum album, Nitricum acidum and Staphysagria at 6, 12, 25, 30, 50, 60, 80 and 100 CH (centesimal Hahnemannian dilution scale) were applied either over the media or mixed in with it. Introduction Alternaria solani is a kind of fungal pathogen that can cause early blight disease of tomato, potato, tobacco, and many other vegetables and crops, and lead to huge losses in … Some A(1) +. Mycelial growth was evaluated daily for 19 days, when all treatments reached maximum growth. Sporulation in culture can be sti… Transactions of the British Mycological Society 53:433-439. Seventy-five percent of the isolates sporulated and the lowest germination rate was 68%. The growth of the test fungi Trichoderma spp. ... Axenic culture of Alternaria solani. Levantamento etiológico de fungos e bactéreias associados às podridões pré- e pós-colheita de rizomas de gengibre (Zingiber officinalle) para exportação - Edital MCT/CNPq/MAPA/SDA n 64/2008 - Ações de Defesa Agropecuária. pinta preta, técnica bifásica, subcultura, frequência de infecção. The Petri dishes were incubated at 25 °C in the dark. Intact and detached leaves were coinoculated with sporangia of various combinations of A(1) and A(2) mating-type isolates; leaves were incubated under various conditions, and oospore production was estimated microscopically within whole, clarified leaflets. antifungal mechanism of the strain P7 revealed a mycelium evaluate the chemical, physical and biological soil biochemical properties Abstract and Figures Sporulation of Alternaria solani can be scarce and is often reduced when the fungus is cultivated in vitro. to high values of infection frequency being observed. The disease favors warm temperatures of 24-29 C and high humidity. T. asperelloides was able to exert an outstanding mycoparasitic effect on both phytopathogenic fungi in the in vitro tests by hyphal strangulation and penetration. The best bands are the blue, green, red, and red-edge. A. solani colonies were reduced by A. album 80 CH, by N. acidum 80 and 100 CH, and by Staphysagria 6, 30 and 60 CH compared with the control when applied over PDA medium. nutritional requirements distinct from the production of, conidiophores (data not shown). The South American vine Araujia hortorum (Apocynaceae) is now considered an invasive species in many countries. Trends in weather variables and concentrations of airborne conidia ofAlternaria solani were monitored in a potato field in South Africa during three potato-growing seasons in 2001 and 2002. The fungus requires a source of carbon (sugar) to produce high quantity of conidiophores, but high availability of sugar inhibits the production of conidia … It is caused by the fungi Alternaria solani or Alternaria tomatophila. as biocontrol agents against the phytopathogenic fungi. Compared to the spores produced by A. solani, the conidia of A. alternata have been shown to have shorter beaks and a fine longer septa. It causes early blight (not to be confused with late blight caused by Phytophthora infestans) of potato and other members of family Solanaceae. phaseoli). In addition, bwc1 mutant strains are hypersensitive to ultraviolet light. Conidia have 9–11 transverse septa (cross walls) and long beaks. All rights reserved. Courtesy: Maria A. Kuznetsova (All-Russian Research Institute of Phytopathology) Conidium. 2000). In the field experiments, plants were evaluated for disease symptoms, and area under the disease progress curve (AUDPC) and final percent defoliation were determined. Thus, the DNA … Bars represent standard deviation. On eggplant associated with a target spot on leaves. Alternaria alternata is a fungus which has been recorded causing leaf spot and other diseases on over 380 host species of plant. Alternaria cassiae. An efficient screening method is a first prerequisite for the identification of resistant genotypes in wild Solanum germplasm. 3. The leaf level spectra gives a better separability. The objective of this work was to evaluate the effectiveness of the putative biocontrol agents (PBA) Bacillus paralicheniformis and Trichoderma asperelloides in vitro and in vivo to control two of the most important tomato plant diseases: vascular wilt (Fusarium oxysporum) and early blight (Alternaria alternata). Conidia … Alternaria solani was clustered in a single clade, while in another large clade, the Alternaria isolates clustered into two subclades, A. tenuissima and A. alternata (Fig. Todos os isolados foram patogênicos em seus respectivos hospedeiros. Saprobe, although sometimes associated with leaf spots. In the growth chamber experiments, lesion radius, rate of lesion expansion, and final disease severity were determined for individual detached leaflets inoculated with isolates of A. solani. It is well known that in vitro sporulation of A. solani requires special conditions and that conidial … Important host plants include a variety of crops such as apples, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, potatoes, Chinese cabbage, tomatoes, bok choy, and citrus, plus many plants used as ornamentals and a number of weeds. In the present study, two phytopathogenic fungi were isolated from Phaseolus vulgaris L. Macroscopic and microscopic identification of the fungi attributed them to the genera Fusarium and Sclerotinia. Reired, working at home producing insect control agents on leaf crops, based on edible spices. There were significant differences among genotypes in their response to A. solani infection in the field, greenhouse, and growth chamber experiments. In the leafy vegetables, This study investigated the effect of high dilution preparations on the development of Alternaria solani mycelium, which causes early blight on tomato plants. Altering Conidial Dispersal of Alternaria solani al., 2003). Twelve bioassays were conducted under controlled conditions. Waals, J. E. van der, Korsten, L., Slippers, B., 2004. structures induced by dehydration and wounding. Visando ajustar metodologia de produção de inóculo, um isolado do fungo Alternaria cassiae, selecionado como agente para biocontrole de fedegoso (Senna obtusifolia), foi estudado quanto ao crescimento micelial e esporulação em diferentes meios de cultura e condições de cultivo. The chemical modification of chitosan has been an active subject of research in order to improve the physicochemical and antifungal properties of chitosan-based films. The bioassay was performed in a completely randomised design in triplicate and the inhibition zones recorded after every week for three weeks. Biological Control 28:237-242. Spray nd eat. revealed percent inhibition of the phytopthogenic fungi Results showed that high dilution preparations have different effects on A. solani mycelium growth, according to the dynamization level. Plant Disease 84:967-972. Early blight of tomato caused by Alternaria solani, is responsible for severe yield losses in tomato. Tomato usually supported more oospore formation than potato. early blight, biphasic technique, subculture, infection frequency. Conidiophores arising singly or in small groups, pale to golden brown, up to 50 µm long, 3–6 µm thick, with one or more distinct conidial scars. This growth is the Alternaria fungus sporulating on the dying host tissues. Abstract. In order to produce A. alternata mycelia, the media preparation reported by, ... Inoculum of the pathogen agent was obtained from the fungal collection of A&L Canada Laboratories Inc (London, Ontario, Canada). The essential oil of bergamot can be an alternative for the control of early blight in tomato. Antifungal activities of three Pseudomonas strains; P7 Pseudomonas plantarii P30, P. fluorescens Biovar 5 and P36 P. fluorescens Biovar 5 revealed percent inhibition of the phytopthogenic fungi ranging from 47.78% to 100%. The collected data showed that molecular weight (Mw), degree of acetylation, and grafting with DEAE and Dod groups greatly affected the mechanical, thickness, color, and barrier properties, all of which could be tailored by the plasticizer percentage. These results demonstrate that a role for blue/UV light in controlling development is an ancient process that predates the divergence of the fungi into the ascomycete and basidiomycete phyla. It may occur at any time during the growth cycle of the tomato crop. The causal pathogen of early blight is the fungus Alternaria solani.There is no known sexual stage and hence it is classified as a Deuteromycete. germ plasm for early bligth resistance. The conidia survive on soil surface and old dry lower leaves of the plant and spread when suitable climatic … three Pseudomonas strains; P7 Pseudomonas plantarii P30, The objective of this work was to evaluate the toxic activity in vitro of the bergamot orange (Citrus aurantium ssp. It is an opportunistic pathogen on numerous hosts causing leaf spots, rots … The differences among high dilution treatments were distinctly greater on the PDA medium than on the PDA+V8®. to think on the capability of utilization of the three strains Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven 698:1-80. Plant Disease 66:426-428. Avaliou-se, também, o efeito de repicagens sucessivas na esporulação. L.R. bergamia) essential oil against A. solani, the control of the early blight, and the activity of defense enzymes in tomatoes treated with this oil and inoculated with A. solani. The concentration of 2500 ?L L-1 reduced mycelial growth and sporulation of the pathogen by 68.15% and 29.48%, respectively. Detection of plant pathogens is generally carried out by conventional methods. Depending on the environment, the conidia are dispersed differently. Conidiophores arising singly or in small groups, pale brown to olivaceous-brown, up to 110 µm long, 6–10 µm thick, with one or more distinct conidial scars. For subculturing two, prepared per isolate. Early blight of potato and tomato is caused by Alternaria fungi and negatively impacts crop yields. The best vegetation indices are SR, Clgreen, RI, TCARI, TCARI/OSAVI-2, ClRed-Edge, and Red-Edge NDVI. A esporulação foi favorecida por incubação da massa micelial a 25ºC. Whether this effect is due to an increase in pH and/or to calcium supplementation is not known, Projeto com parceria Laboratório Farroupilha - Lallemand, Evaluate different agropastoral management. The results lead us Sporulation analysis was performed thereafter. Morphology. Experiment 1, to validate the protocol. No oospores or oogonia formed in severely diseased plants kept at 50 to 80% relative humidity. The genus Alternaria is a large and important group of pathogenic fungi, which cause a significant number of important diseases. Usually, only a single isolate is, Isolates, cultural conditions, and conidia quantication, plugs of mycelium (5 mm diameter) were transferred to, Handheld Homogenizer), at 4,000 rpm, for 60 s. T, al., 2000). Optimal temperatures for sexual sporulation ranged from 8 to 15 degrees C, but oospores also were produced at 23 degrees C. Oogonia developed 5 to 6 days after sporangial coinoculation, and oospores developed after 8 to 10 days. Due to fluctuating environmental conditions, the pathogen does not have a uni-form growth rate, thus spots develop in a target pattern of concentric rings (fig. A good separability is achieved at 2 and 5 DPI at the leaf and canopy levels, respectively. Thus, this study aimed to compare existing methodologies for conidial production of A. alternataisolated from Ponkan tangerine … Conidia usually single, rarely in short chains, straight or slightly curved, obclavate or with body of conidium ellipsoidal and tapering to a beak, which may be longer than body of conidium, … Causes tens of millions of dollars in damage to agriculture annually. Field and greenhouse results were comparable across replications and years, and there were great correspondences (r approximate to 0.71, P < 0.01) between field and greenhouse resistance across genotypes. The species was identified by ICAR as Alternaria alternata (ITCC-Indian Type Culture Collection No. was sprayed with the isolates AS078/AS079 and AS079, three plants were inoculated and kept for 24 h in, the leaets was counted on the third and fourth day after, were used in experiment 2. Meio V-8 caseiro sem adição de CaCO3, incubação em volume de 200-250 mL de meio (cerca de 50% do volume do frasco), período de 48 horas de agitação a 250 rpm, seguida de exposição da massa micelial em escuro contínuo foram as condições que se mostraram mais adequadas para a produção de inóculo em larga escala. Inoculations of conidial suspension of all isolates resulted in lesions on tomato and potato plants. the subsequent experiments due to its lower cost. Jones and Grout. Dual culture experiment was carried out to screen the tropical fungi against the selected phytopathogens. Diseases caused by Alternaria species are very common and are worldwide in their occurrence. ranging from 47.78% to 100%. Fungus sporulation was best in oat meal agar media. Biological Control 26:21-31. isolate of Alternaria cassiae. Deletion of candidate genes encoding a predicted opsin or phytochrome had no effect on mating, while strains mutated in the white collar 1 homolog gene BWC1 mated equally well in the light or the dark. it kills the host tissue using cell wall degrading enzymes and toxins and feeds on the dead plant cell material As the dis-ease progresses, the circular spots may grow to 1 ⁄2 inch (1 cm) or more in diameter and are usually gray, gray-tan, or near black in color. Alternaria solani: Extremely common, causing “early blight” in tomatoes and potatoes. In spring, the primary infection occurs through inoculum … Conidial production, germination, and infectivity were quantified. Leach CM (1965) Ultraviolet absorbing substances associated. On the other hand, the combined use of the tested strains showed similar effectiveness in the biocontrol of A. alternata, but no synergism was observed. [44]. It produces numerous polyketides such as solanapyrone A (50) and alternaric acid (51), and is thus an … The method for spore production that was used by us is based on the protocol described by. Under optimal conditions of wetness and temperature, as many as 100 oospores per mm(2) of tissue were observed. In addition, it was concluded that B. paralicheniformis protected the plants from the attack of A. alternata through the induction of the systemic resistance of the plant. The maximum overall accuracy for the PLS-DA is observed at 4 DPI (91.11%) and at 5 DPI (85.93%) at the leaf and canopy level, respectively. The endophytic mycelium grows out as erect and aerial hyphae through the stomata or ruptured epidermis of the … This study will be helpful for further investigations on the physiology of the fungus and management of the disease. Colonies 1, 2 and 3 are replicates of each isolate. In addition, the individual PBA treatments were effective in the biocontrol of A. alternata and F. oxysporum in tomato plants reducing the plant disease severity in more than 53.8 and 66.7% for each of the pathogens, respectively. The aim of this study was to evaluate the physiochemical and antifungal properties of films prepared with chitosan and its derivatives containing diethylaminoethyl (DEAE) and dodecyl groups (Dod). of conidiophores in Alternaria tomato. Conidia disperse mechanically from the soil surface and fall on the lower leaves of the crop plants to infect the leaves thus the main aim of our study was to create hin-drances in the movement of conidia… Sporulation of Alternaria solani can be scarce and is often reduced when the fungus is cultivated in vitro. In medical mycology, Alternaria species are gaining prominence as emerging human pathogens, particularly in immune-compromised patients. To determine the time, the reflectance spectra were plotted as a function of the day post inoculation (DPI), then a Principal Component Analysis (PCA) was applied and the Jeffries–Matusita distance was computed between healthy and infected leaf or canopy spectra. Mycologia 65:1205-1210. lindemuthianum, Phaeoisariopsis griseola e Alternaria sp. Mycelial discs of A. solani were added to dishes with V8 culture media to which essential oil at concentrations of 0, 500, 1000, 1500, 2000, and 2500 µL L-1, in addition to a standard fungicide treatment (azoxystrobin + difenoconazole, 200 + 125 g L-1, respectively) was added. The objective of this study was to screen for antagonistic tropical fungi against selected phytopathogens of maize (Zea mays L.) and beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) namely Fusarium graminearum, Fusarium moniliforme, Pythium ultimum, and Colletotrichum lindemuthianum in vitro. experiment, the incubation period was 6 h. selected conidia were examined per slide. They were studied by means of the evaluation of their mechanical, thermal, barrier, and antifungal properties. The time of exposure and the ideal pH for the medium for A. alternata were chosen based on the studies by Reddy et al. In the field and greenhouse experiments, disease response varied from near-complete resistance in some accessions of the wild tomato species L. hirsutum (e.g., PI126445 and LA2099) to complete susceptibility in tomato cultivar New Yorker and breeding line NC84173. Phytopathogens are known to be the leading cause of important plant diseases which result in significant losses in agricultural crops. Quanticaram-se a produção, germinação e infectividade de conídios. After six subcultures, every seven days, there was no reduction in sporulation of colonies that were induced with the protocol. A(2) isolate combinations were more reproductive than others, whereas some potato genotypes better supported oospore formation than others. Here, we describe a protocol that can be used to rapidly screen for resistance to early blight in wild Solanum collections. Potato dextrose agar and oat meal agar among solid media and Richard’s, ABSTRACT Fungal, host, and environmental factors affecting sexual reproduction of Phytophthora infestans in planta were studied. Chitosans and selected derivatives were synthesized and characterized, and their films blended with glycerol and sorbitol (5%, 10%, and 20%). The C. neoformans Bwc1 and Bwc2 proteins interact in the yeast two-hybrid assay. Although usually seen as … Alternaria solani was identified as the infectious fungus. Therefore, it is not uncommon to see a yellow halo that fades into the healthy host tissues that surround the target spot. The previously developed EB-resistant breeding lines 88B231, 89B21, C1943, NCEBR-1, NCEBR-2, NCEBR-5, NCEBR-6, NC24E, and NC39E exhibited more resistance than New Yorker and NC84173. These pathogens produce no, or scarce, conidia on common artificial media thus hindering certain experimental studies such as pathogenicity and host range tests. for Lantana camara. Alternaria produces large brown conidia with both longitudinal and transverse septa, borne from inconspicuous conidiophores, and with a distinct conical narrowing or ‘beak’ at the apical end. function of P310 have not yet been determined. After 72 hours, the pathogen was inoculated using a spray bottle, on treated leaves (second pair of leaves) and untreated leaves (third pair of leaves). The determination of the After 7 days, the mycelium was removed, F values and, in parentheses, signicance, in different culture media supplemented (pH=7.5) or not (pH= 6.5) with CaCO. We developed a technique to obtain abundant sporulation of two cercosporoid species isolated from diseased leaves of this host. 3). ... Alternaria solani… Genetic diversity among Alternaria solani … Dos 30 isolados, 75% esporularam e a. germinação mínima de conídios foi de 68%. To identify other components required for responses to light, a novel self-fertile haploid strain was created and subjected to Agrobacterium-mediated insertional mutagenesis. To assess the infectivity of the spores, 45 to 60-day-. The plates should be kept without lids, under six, cm above the plates; 12 h photoperiod, at 25, whereas conidial formation is favored, sporulation under controlled conditions has not been, Mycelial dehydration may trigger the initial stimulus for, conidiophores in contact with a lm of water may revert. The need to maintain the level of yield both quantitatively and qualitatively is vital in order to curb the losses. (Ascomycota: Dothideomycetes: Pleosporales: Pleosporaceae), Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0). All the isolates produced light brown conidia with muriform shape, but the isolates varied in the … The best results were obtained on a medium prepared with a decoction of the leaves of the host and the addition of CaCO3, after an incubation period of eight days at 25°C for Cercospora sp. Courtesy: Maria Yerokhova (All-Russian Research Institute of Phytopathology) Circular target lesions of Alternaria solani. A series of experiments were conducted to assess the effects of moisture, mycelial wounding, light quality and photoperiod, and culture media on conidial production. All figure content in this area was uploaded by Eduardo S.G. Mizubuti, In vitro production of conidia of Alternaria solani.pdf, In vitro production of conidia of Alternaria, Departamento de Fitopatologia, Universidade Federal de V, Author for correspondence: Eduardo S.G. Mizubuti, e-mail: mizubuti@ufv.br, were obtained when fungal colonies were grown in, ground, poured into potato dextrose agar (pH 6.5) in plates, and incubated, The procedure was validated with 30 isolates of, e forma de armazenamento. Conidia. Early blight is most common and devastating disease in tomato plant caused by deuteromycotina fungi, Alternaria solani. The conidial suspension was, were kept under black light, 12 h photoperiod. Considerable attention has been directed towards, using unfavorable conditions for vegetative growth (Rotem. None of the fungal antagonists inhibited the mycelial growth of F. graminearum. Sporulation is a key component for several purposes because fungal spores are frequently used as propagules to infect plants. Antifungal activities of The area under the disease progress curve (AUDPC) was calculated based on five severity assessments. [59], Liu et al. A procedure to induce sporulation based on mycelial wounding and dehydration was adapted and validated. Three plates, Effect of periodic subcultures on sporulation, PDA (pH=6.5) in the dark for 7 days. Evaluations were conducted in replicated trials in multiple years under field and greenhouse conditions (with whole plants) and in growth chamber (with detached leaflets). The outcome of this study indicates that tropical fungi can be used as biocontrol agents and can be further explored and developed into effective fungicides for management of phytopathogens. phaseoli). Alternaria. An alternative to the frequent use of pesticides is the use of essential oils, which can act in defense against phytopathogens. Conidiophores arising singly or in small groups, pale brown to olivaceous-brown, up to 110 µm long, 6–10 µm thick, with one or more distinct conidial scars. Alternaria solani reproduces asexually by means of conidia. 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