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Growth and sporulation in vitro of Cercospora apii, Cercospora arachidicola, Cercospora kikuchii, and other species of Cercospora.
Sporulation of C. kikuchii was maintained throughout a 15-month study by selective subculturing; however, conidial production decreased over time. Expand
The identification, induction of perithecia, and pathogenicity of Gibberella (Fusarium) tricincta n.sp.
In vitro inoculation of detached English ivy leaves with ascospores or conidia of the pathogen reproduced the leaf spotting originally observed; however, pathogenicity was very limited under the conditions studied. Expand
Calonectria avesiculata sp.nov.
Calonectria avesiculata T. S. Schubert, N. E. El-Gholl, S. A. Alfieri Jr., et C. L. Schoulties sp.nov. is described from leaf spots on Ilex vomitoria Ait. in Florida.
Factors influencing zoospore production by Phytophthora cinnamomi in axenic cultui
Factors and procedures found to increase the quantity and consistency of axenic zoospore production in a selected isolate of Phytophthora cinnamomi were use of single-zoospore cultures of uniform size and the addition of a purified sporangium stimulatory substance. Expand
A simple chemically, defined medium for the growth of Aphanomyces euteiches and some other oomycetes
Replacement of the medium with a solution of known ionic composition caused the fungal colonies to produce and release zoospores and to produce oospores. Expand