VARIATIONS IN A MEMBER OF THE GENUS FUSARIUM GROWN IN CULTURE FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE YEARS

@article{BurkholderVARIATIONSIA,
  title={VARIATIONS IN A MEMBER OF THE GENUS FUSARIUM GROWN IN CULTURE FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE YEARS},
  author={Walter H. Burkholder},
  journal={American Journal of Botany},
  volume={12},
  pages={245-253}
}
Before the pathogene Fusarium martii phaseoli Burkholder was described, three cultures of F. martii Ap. et Wr. were obtained from various sources for comparison. One culture was from Dr. C. D. Sherbakoff, the second from the Wollenweber collection in the Bureau of Plant Industry, and the third from Dr. Johanna Westerdijk at the Centralstelle fur Pilzkulturen. That there were differences among the sub-cultures of these three strains of F. martii was observed, and in the article describing the… 
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