Short Communication: Rhizoctonia-like fungi isolated from roots of Dendrobium lancifolium var. papuanum and Calanthe triplicata in Papua, Indonesia

@article{Agustini2016ShortCR,
  title={Short Communication: Rhizoctonia-like fungi isolated from roots of Dendrobium lancifolium var. papuanum and Calanthe triplicata in Papua, Indonesia},
  author={Verena Agustini and Supeni Sufaati and Suharno Suharno and Nuttika Suwannasai},
  journal={Biodiversitas},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={377-383}
}
Agustini V, Sufaati S, Suharno, Suwannasai N. 2016. Rhizoctonia-like fungi isolated from roots of Dendrobium lancifolium var. papuanum and Calanthe triplicata in Papua, Indonesia. Biodiversitas 17: 377-383. The aim of this study was to isolate and identifyRhizoctonia-like fungi associated with the roots of the terrestrial orchids Dendrobium lancifolium A. Rich var. papuanum and Calanthe triplicata (Willem) Ames in Papua. The fungi were isolated from the transversal section of the orchid roots… 

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