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Variation in size of Hendersonia conidia on Eucalyptus species

Variation in size of Hendersonia conidia on Eucalyptus species

Transactions of the British Mycological Society 76(1): 169-172

The mean (and range of) length and breadth for H. conidia from 8 E. spp. were determined. This indicated that either some distinct taxa, exclusively or preferentially, infected one or a few E. spp., or there is a single H. sp. that produces conidia of different sizes on the spp. due to a species-specific variation in the host tissue. The conidial sizes obtained in culture corresponded with those from field material.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0007-1536(81)80023-x

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