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Thirteen fungi were isolated from mouldy shelled melon seeds. The fungi more frequently isolated included species of Mucor (11.25%), Rhizopus (13.75%), Aspergillus (36.25%), Macrophoma (2.50%), Penicillium (8.75%), Alternaria (5.00%), Fusarium (8.75%), Botrytis (6.25%), Torula (3.75%) and Geotrichum (3.75%). Healthy, shelled melon seeds inoculated with(More)
The fungi most frequently isolated (of 20-100% incidence) from fresh okra, pepper fruits and melon seeds are Botryodiplodia theobromae, Rhizopus stolonifer, Trichoderma harzianum, Mucor mucedo and Fusarium oxysporum. The major mycoflora of the fruits which had been sun-dried for twenty days are comprised of Aspergillus spp and Penicillium spp which(More)
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