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Virulence differences of Fusarium roseum isolates in red clover roots not explained by phytotoxins activity


Canadian Journal of Microbiology 30(12): 1494-1499
Virulence differences of Fusarium roseum isolates in red clover roots not explained by phytotoxins activity
The relationship of toxic fungal metabolites to the virulence of F. roseum 'Acuminatum' and 'Avenaceum' isolates (Gibberella acuminata and G. avenacea respectively) that cause root rot of red clover was investigated.

Accession: 001507708

DOI: 10.1139/m84-238

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