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Cultural variants of fusaria from oil palm habitats



Cultural variants of fusaria from oil palm habitats



Pertanika 11(2): 317-321



Variation in cultural and morphological characteristics occurred in both parent isolates and subcultures of 8 Fusarium spp. isolated from oil palm soils. Based on pigmentation, mycelial characters and conidial measurements, different morphological types from parent isolates within a species were distinguished. Constant subculturing of the parent isolates gave rise to various cultural variants.

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