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Studies on the causal fungus of summer blight of crimson clover - III. Comparison of the causal fungus of summer blight of crimson clover with that of sheath blight of rice plant (Corticium sasakii (Shirai) Matsumoto) and Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn in pathogenicity to rice plant and crimson clover, and types of disease spots formed on the inoculated plants


Studies on the causal fungus of summer blight of crimson clover - III. Comparison of the causal fungus of summer blight of crimson clover with that of sheath blight of rice plant (Corticium sasakii (Shirai) Matsumoto) and Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn in pathogenicity to rice plant and crimson clover, and types of disease spots formed on the inoculated plants



Bulletin of the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine Nihon University 31: 150-165



The crimson clover isolate was more pathogenic to some forage legumes than the rice fungus and less pathogenic to rice; it is considered to be a physiologic str. of C. sasakii.

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