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Soil fungistasis: role of spore exudates in the inhibition of nutrient-independent propagules



Soil fungistasis: role of spore exudates in the inhibition of nutrient-independent propagules



Journal of General Microbiology 90(1): 140-146



Suppression of germination of conidia of Cochliobolus victoriae was similar during incubation on sand being leached with water and on sand leached with salt solution. Conidia of C. victoriae, Thielaviopsis basicola and Curvularia lunata and sclerotia of Sclerotium cepivorum, exuded more 14C label during leaching with phosphate buffer than on buffer saturated sand without leaching.

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Accession: 000194703

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DOI: 10.1099/00221287-90-1-140


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