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Degradation of wool by saprotrohic fungi
Strains of Acremonium roseum and Chaetomium globosum were tested for their ability to attack the protein components of wool by culturing the fungi in basal medium containing wool and monitoringExpand
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Greenhouse studies on the Cercospora leaf spot of banana
A method for obtaining Cercospora leaf spot of banana under greenhouse conditions through the use of incubation chambers equipped with misting machines is described. Under continuous mist, conidia onExpand
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Fungi from decomposing Spartina alterniflora
Spartina alterniflora, the dominant plant species of the tidal salt marshes on the east coast of the United States, contributes significantly to estuarine primary productivity. Energy stored by theExpand
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Some helicosporous fungi from Hawaii
Fourteen helicosporous fungi collected in Hawaii are reported and selected species illustrated. Helicoma machaerinae which appears to occur as a biotrophic parasite on the sedge MachaerinaExpand
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Soil fungi from Costa Rica and Panama.
Although soil fungi from many areas of the world have been extensively studied (7), there have been relatively few investigations of the soil mycobiota in Central America. The most extensive work isExpand
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Production of Secondary Conidia by Helicoma Proliferans
1. Gerdemann, J. W., and J. M. Trappe. 1974. The Endogonaceae in the Pacific Northwest. Mycologia Mem. 5: 1-76. 2. Lundeberg, G. 1970. Utilization of various nitrogen sources, in particular boundExpand
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Effect of high CO2 and low O2 tensions on the soil microbiota.
The influence of high pCO2 and low pO2 on the microbiota derived from four tropical soils and on microorganisms in pure culture was investigated. Incubation under atmospheres containing more than 90%Expand
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Effect of Environmental Factors on Spore Germination, Spore Survival, and Growth of Gloeosporium Musarum
SUMMARYOptimum temperature for growth, sporulation and conidial germination in G. musarum was in the range of 27–30°. The rate of germination was somewhat slower in light than in the dark, but unde...
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