Study on Seed Mycoflora of Different Varieties of French Bean (Phaseolus Vulgaris L

  title={Study on Seed Mycoflora of Different Varieties of French Bean (Phaseolus Vulgaris L},
  author={Yarielyn Saio and Sahana Dkhar},
Seeds of eight French bean varieties were selected to study the occurrence of seed mycoflora. Isolation was done by Direct Plate method (Warcup, 1950) and Dilution Plate method (Johnson and Curl, 1972) using Rose Bengal Agar medium. A total of 17 genera, 31 fungal species and 2 sterile mycelia were isolated from the seed varieties. The most abundant species were found to be species of Aspergillus, Cladosporium and Pencillium while the least abundant were species of Actinomucor, Eupenicillium… CONTINUE READING


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