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Colony interactions and hyphal interference between Septoria nodorum and phylloplane fungi



Colony interactions and hyphal interference between Septoria nodorum and phylloplane fungi



Transactions of the British Mycological Society 66(1): 57-64



Interactions between dual cultures of S. nodorum and several other ceral phylloplane fungi were studied in vitro to determine their antagonistic ability and their tolerance of antagonism. No fungi tested were outstandingly successful antagonists and interference reactions between opposed hyphae rarely occurred. L. nodorum caused the hyphae of some test fungi to fail to plasmolyse and others to burst.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0007-1536(76)80092-7


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