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Fungal development and plant response in detached onion, onion bulb scales and leaves inoculated with Botrytis allii, B. cinerea, B. fabae and B. squamosa


Plant Pathology 33(3): 401-409
Fungal development and plant response in detached onion, onion bulb scales and leaves inoculated with Botrytis allii, B. cinerea, B. fabae and B. squamosa
Following inoculation with suspensions of 105 conidia/ml distilled water B. squamosa consistently produced spreading lesions in leaves and bulb scales.

Accession: 001202856

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3059.1984.tb01335.x

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