Physiological Studies on Halophytophthora vesicula (Straminipilous Fungi) Isolated from Fallen Mangrove Leaves from Mai Po, Hong Kong

@inproceedings{Leao1998PhysiologicalSO,
  title={Physiological Studies on Halophytophthora vesicula (Straminipilous Fungi) Isolated from Fallen Mangrove Leaves from Mai Po, Hong Kong},
  author={Eduardo M. Lea{\~n}o and Lilian Vrijmoed and Ebg Jones},
  year={1998}
}
Fallen leaves of Kandelia candel and Acanthus ilicifolius from the Mai Po Nature Reserve, Hong Kong, were collected and returned to the laboratory for the isolation of marine species of Halophytophthora (Straminipilous fungi). Discs of leaf samples were washed with sterile artificial seawater (ASW) and inoculated into peptone-yeast-extract-glucose-seawater (PYGS) broth supplemented with antibiotics to inhibit bacterial growth. Three isolates (LEM-022 and LEM-036 from Kandelia candel and LEM-031… CONTINUE READING

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