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Occurrence of Puccinia polysora Underw. in West Africa
A RUST disease of maize has been known in West Africa for many years. Collections prior to 1949 were all of Puccinia sorghi Schw., both uredo- and teleuto-spores. The damage done to the crop wasExpand
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Contributions to the mycoflora of Bermuda. IV.
Our fourth visit to Bermuda covered almost exactly the same period as the previous one (Nov. 24-Dec. 12), and while many of the same forms were re-collected, there were a number of markedExpand
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Contributions to the mycoflora of Bermuda. I.
of the mycological survey of the islands, initiated by The New York Botanical Garden more than a quarter of a century ago, and continued intermittently to the present time. The first expedition, inExpand
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The fungi of Bermuda
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Notes on the Geoglossaceae of Bermuda
The Geoglossaceae are well represented in Bermuda by some four genera and seven or eight species. The following notes are based on collections made over a period of seventy years. The earliestExpand
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Plant diseases and pests.
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Observations on the black-stem disease of Lucerne in Britain.
SUMMARY 1 Black-stem disease of lucerne, which may result in a serious loss of herbage, is recorded in this country for the first time. 2 The disease first appears on the young shoots earlyExpand
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