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Powdery Mildews and Their Causal Fungi on Some Spice and Medicinal Plants

@inproceedings{Tanda2003PowderyMA,
  title={Powdery Mildews and Their Causal Fungi on Some Spice and Medicinal Plants},
  author={Seinosuke Tanda and Hirose Tomoji},
  year={2003}
}
Taxomic examinations of five powdery mildew fungi found on two new host plants in Japan, rosemary (Rosmarinus o$cinalis, fam. Labiatae) and downy thorn apple (Datura metel, fam. Solanaceae), and on blue gum (Eucalyptus globulus, fam. Myrtaceae) on which the causal fungus is still indeterminate in Japan, were carried out. Between two anamorphic types found on blue gum, the fungus of Euoidium type was identified to be Oidium state of Sphaerotheca aphanis var. aphanis. Another one, Pseudoidium… 
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