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Resinous canker disease of Cupressaceae caused by Monochaetia unicornis (Cke. & Ell.) Sacc. (II). Physiologic characters of the causal fungus


Resinous canker disease of Cupressaceae caused by Monochaetia unicornis (Cke. & Ell.) Sacc. (II). Physiologic characters of the causal fungus



Bulletin of the Government Forest Experiment Station 280: 57-68



Conidia of the causal fungus germinated well on water agar, the germ tubes normally arising from the 2 outer coloured cells. Germination and growth occurred at 5 - 35 deg C; the opt. temp. for germination was 30 deg and that for growth 25-30 deg. Neither was observed at 0 deg or 40 deg. Conidia germinated at pH 2.1 - 10.6, opt. 3.9 - 8.2. The best growth occurred at pH 3.6 - 4.1.

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