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Potential of Fusarium mangiferae as an etiological agent of mango malformation.

@article{Iqbal2010PotentialOF,
  title={Potential of Fusarium mangiferae as an etiological agent of mango malformation.},
  author={Zafar Iqbal and Muhammad Aslam Pervez and Basharat Ali Saleem and Salman Ahmad and Altaf Ahmad Dasti and Ahmad Saleem},
  journal={Pakistan Journal of Botany},
  year={2010},
  volume={42},
  pages={409-415}
}
Taxonomy of the causal fungus of mango malformation (MM) disease has passed through different phases. The fungus at first named as F. moniliforme was elevated to species level as F. subglutinans. Two new species viz. Fusarium mangiferae and F. sterilihyphosum Britz. found responsible for causing MM have been characterized in South Africa in the year 2002. Presence of F. mangiferae in Asian clade emphasized the need to confirm the specific species in the mango orchards of Pakistan. The assay of… Expand

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