The behaviour in soil of spores of four species of Cylindrocarpon

@inproceedings{Matturi1964TheBI,
  title={The behaviour in soil of spores of four species of Cylindrocarpon},
  author={S. T. Matturi and H. Stenton},
  year={1964}
}
The behaviour of conidia of four species of Cylindrocarpon Wollenweber when introduced into soils to which they were both native and alien was studied by means of a buried slide technique. Microconidia of all species germinated infrequently without forming chlamydospores but tended, instead, to be transformed directly into micro-chlamydospores. Macroconidia produced chlamydospores at the end of long or short germ tubes or by the thickening of the walls of some of the cells of the parent spore… CONTINUE READING