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Fungicide: Quiz

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Question 1: When used as the sole product in ________ to control potato blight (Phytophthora infestans) resistance developed within one growing season.
Northern IrelandWalesIrelandIrish people

Question 2: For example ________ leaf blotch remains resistant to azoles years after they were no longer used for control of the disease.
PotatoSugar beetMaizeSugarcane

Question 3: In qualitative or discrete resistance a ________ (normally to a single gene) produces a race of a fungus with a high degree of resistance.
SpeciationMutationEvolutionPopulation genetics

Question 4: Fungicides are ________ or biological organisms used to kill or inhibit fungi or fungal spores.
Chemical compoundElectrochemistryChemistryInorganic chemistry

Question 5: Other active ingredients in fungicides include neem oil, rosemary oil, jojoba oil, and the bacterium ________.
ShigellaBacteriaGram-positive bacteriaBacillus subtilis

Question 6: ________ (powdered dried kelp is fed to cattle to protect them from fungi in grass)
KelpMacrocystis pyriferaAlgaeMacrocystis

Question 7: It is better to use an ________ approach to disease control, rather than relying on fungicides alone.
Integrated pest managementBiological pest controlPesticideOrganic farming

Question 8: However in countries like the ________ where it was only ever marketed as a mixture resistance problems developed more slowly.
United KingdomCanadaWalesEngland

Question 9: Fungi can cause serious damage in ________, resulting in critical losses of yield, quality and profit.
Sustainable agricultureIntensive farmingOrganic farmingAgriculture

Question 10: The most common active ingredient is ________, present at 0.08% in weaker concentrates, and as high as 0.5% for more potent fungicides.
ArsenicOxygenSulfurCarbon







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