Phyllosphere mycobiota on garden pond plants

@inproceedings{Kowalik2012PhyllosphereMO,
  title={Phyllosphere mycobiota on garden pond plants},
  author={Maria Kowalik},
  year={2012}
}
Investigations were conducted on calamus, common cattail, soft rush, yellow iris and white water lily plants in twenty ponds in Malopolska and Podkarpacie Regions. Mycobiota existing in the phyllosphere caused discolouring and necroses of leaves and shoots. 88 species of mycobiota were identified and isolated from the diseased tissues. Dominant were Alternaria alternata, Epicoccum nigrum and Isaria farinosa . Fungi of genera: Aspergillus, Botrytis, Chaetomium, Cladosporium, Fusarium… 

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