A comparative study of the black stem fungi on lucerne and red clover and the footrot fungus on pea

@article{Boerema1965ACS,
  title={A comparative study of the black stem fungi on lucerne and red clover and the footrot fungus on pea},
  author={Gerhard H. Boerema and Maria M. J. Dorenbosch and Lidy Leffring},
  journal={Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={1965},
  volume={71},
  pages={79-89}
}
North American (U.S.A., Canada) and Dutch strains of the black stem and footrot organisms were comparedin vitro and some amplifying inoculation experiments were made. It appears that black stem of lucerne is associated in nearly all cases with one relatively uniform pycnidial fungus. From comparison withPhoma herbarum, the type species of the form-genusPhoma, it is concluded that the fungus, although quite different fromP. herbarum, belongs toPhoma and not toAscochyta. The correct name is… CONTINUE READING

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