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Phenotypic mixing between avian and mammalian RNA tumor viruses: I. Envelope pseudotypes of Rous sarcoma virus.
The Taxonomy of the Brown Rot Fungi (Monilinia spp.) Related to their Extracellular Cell Wall-degrading Enzymes
The AF and PL enzyme patterns from known isolates were used to identify several ‘unknown’ brown rot cultures, including M. laxa isolates from stone fruits in Australia and Stranvaesia undulata, a new host in England.
Ontogenetic diversity of sclerotia of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and related species
Electrophoretic studies of Australasian, North American and European isolates of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and related species.
The results support the findings from previous studies when ontogenetic, electrophoretic and mycelial-interaction criteria were used to group a smaller number of isolates from New South Wales, Australia.
A Taxonomic Study of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and Related Species: Mycelial Interactions
The grouping of the selected isolates by means of reaction types and ‘predatory’ interactions gives support for the separation of S. sclerotiorum into three distinct species.
First record of Sclerotinia laxa Aderh. Ruhl. in New South Wales: differentiation from S. fructicola (Wint.) Rehm. by cultural characteristics and electrophoresis
The electrophoretic patterns for several enzymes clearly distinguished S. laxa from S. fructicola, and these representative reference patterns are useful for species identification.
Observations on growth of selected australian races of wheat stem rust in axenic culture
Polyacrylamide-gel Electrophoresis of Enzymes during Morphogenesis of Sclerotia of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
Suppression of the glycolytic Krebs-cycle pathway and the stimulation of the pentose phosphate pathway seem important during the compaction and maturation of sclerotia.
Antibiotic-resistant mutants identified from nodules of uninoculated soybeans grown in a strongly acidic soil