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Can origin of fungal colonies on dilution and soil plates be determined using nonanoic acid?

Can origin of fungal colonies on dilution and soil plates be determined using nonanoic acid?

Transactions of the British Mycological Society 84(2): 344-349

In in vitro tests on the effect of nonanoic acid (NA) on germination of Trichoderma sp. conidia and on growth from agar disc inocula and hyphal fragments of T. and Rhizoctonia sp., agar inocula of both spp. were least sensitive. Hyphal fragments of R. and T. conidia were most sensitive and both failed to initiate new growth in the presence of 2.5 mM-NA. Growth from hyphal fragments of T. was inhibited slightly at 2.5 mM-NA and completely at 5 mM.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0007-1536(85)80089-9

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