Fungi Isolated from Damaged Flue-cured Tobacco.


Species of Aspergillus were the most prevalent fungi isolated from 51 samples of damaged flue-cured tobacco of the 1966 U.S. crop, comprising 57% of the total isolates. Other prevalent fungi were Penicillium (16%), Alternaria (8%), Cladosporium (4%), and Chaetomium (4%). Members of the Aspergillus glaucus group were isolated most frequently from samples… (More)


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@article{Welty1968FungiIF, title={Fungi Isolated from Damaged Flue-cured Tobacco.}, author={R. E. Welty and Greg Lucas}, journal={Applied microbiology}, year={1968}, volume={16 6}, pages={851-4} }