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Grouping of Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn with hyphal anastomosis



Grouping of Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn with hyphal anastomosis



Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 38(2): 117-122



Anastomosis among 234 R. solani isolates indicated that 214 fell into 1 of 6 groups and 20 were not assigned to any group. During contact, hyphae of 2 isolates were attracted to each other, hyphae of 1 to another or there was no observable attraction. Anastomosis between hyphae of the same isolate was perfect fusion, that between isolates from the same group imperfect or contact fusion. Imperfect fusion resulted in the death of fused and adjacent cells.

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