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Respiratory response of Gloeosporium papayae induced by various substances

Respiratory response of Gloeosporium papayae induced by various substances

Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, B 1976; 41(5): 458-461

Among the carbohydrates, xylose, trehalose and arabinose were used as good respiratory substances by the fungus from papaw. Endogenous respiration was greatly stimulated by threonine. All the hormones at lower concs. caused a progressive stimulation of respiration, while at higher concs. they were inhibitory. Of the 10 fungicides, thiovit, cosan, thiram, sultaf and captan were the more effective.

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