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Effect of temperature and some substrate on teliospore germination of sugarcane smut and inoculation methods on infection by Ustilago scitaminea



Effect of temperature and some substrate on teliospore germination of sugarcane smut and inoculation methods on infection by Ustilago scitaminea



Kasetsart Journal 17(2): 45-52



Teliospore germinated at 15-40 degrees C and mycelial growth occurred at 15-35 degrees , with 25 degrees as opt. for both. Teliospores germinated within 3.50, 6.10, 4.00 and 4.50 h after incubation in extracts of sugarcane bud, soil, sugarcane leaf and sugarcane root, respectively. After 6 h the highest percentage germination was in bud extrait.

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