Irena Koczowska

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The effects ofF. culmorum andF. Nivale metabolites on grain viability seedlings growth rate, mitotic activity and aberration frequency were studied. It was stated that metabolites which were contained in studiedFusaria culture filtrates decreased seed viability and inhibited growth rate of triticale, rye and wheat seedlings. The decline of mitotic activity(More)
The infestation of triticale grains by Fusaria and responses of four cultivars on artifical infection of three Fusarium species were studied. Mycelium penetration through kernel tissues and its presence in embryo and endosperm were found. In inoculated spikes reduction of grains number and weight in relation to the control was noted. The most resistant(More)
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